What to do this weekend (May 10)

Sentosa’s First Penang Buffet by the Sea
He’s cooked for luminaries and runs a famous restaurant out of his home in Penang with his wife. Chef Qua Hun Siam will make his way to Singapore to cook up classic dishes like assam laksa, fried porridge and lor bak (or ngoh hiang as we call it here) which are all made using family recipes. It doesn’t get more authentic than this. The location also offers a great view of the fireworks from the nightly performance Songs of the Sea.
 Date and time: Now to May 20; 6pm - 11pm on Mon - Thurs, 4 - 11pm on Fri - Sun
Venue: Tastes of Asia, Sentosa
Price: $42.90++ per adult, $19.90++ per child. Log on to http://www.sentosa.com.sg/en/ for more.

What to do this weekend (May 10)

 

Sexual Attitude Restructuring
Uncover surprising secrets about yourself and your own sexuality at this course. Singapore’s only “sexologist” Martha Lee will help participants, through videos and discussions, to better understand not only the reason for their own beliefs, but also the sexual behaviours of others.
Date and time: May 12 & 13, 9- 5pm
Venue: TBA
Price: $350. Log on to http://www.eroscoaching.com/2012/02/sexual-attitude-restructuring/ for more.

What to do this weekend (May 10)

 

Help Anna Yoga Series
What better way to fight violence against women than to join a peaceful session of yoga? Hom Yoga and UN Women Singapore have collaborated on the Help Anna series, designed to raise awareness about the pervasive issue which cuts across race, socioeconomic status and nationalities.
Date and time: May 12, 9am - 12pm
Venue: Singapore  Botanic Gardens
Price: $40 for non-members, $35 for members. Log on to http://www.homyoga.sg/news/help-anna-yoga-series-violence-against-women.html for more.

What to do this weekend (May 10)

Kelis Live at Avalon
Expect lots of swagger this weekend as rapper/singer Kelis performs. Of course, her hit song Milkshake will be on the cards (can you believe it’s been eight years since the song was first released?) and other sassy tunes which will keep the crowding grooving.
Date and time: May 12, 7.30pm
Venue: Avalon, South Crystal Pavillion, Marina Bay Sands
Price: $38 - $48 from Ticketbooth.
 What to do this weekend (May 10)

Malay Digest: Public Lecture Series II – Session 3: The National Language
It’s a heartwarming sight to see when we hear our parents or grandparents conversing with other Singaporeans (regardless of race) in Malay, a reminder that the language used to be the lingua franca for an older generation. This session will shed more light on Malay’s role in our country’s history and nation-building.
Date and time: May 13, 2 - 3pm
Venue: Central Public Library
Price: Free. Log on to http://golibrary.nlb.gov.sg/Programmes/Arts/41546/The_National_Language.aspx or e-mail NHB_MHC_Programmes@nhb.gov.sg for more info.

 

What to do this weekend (May 10)

 

The Zwiesel Home Party
How does the idea of an intimate gathering at your home, put together by professionals, sound? All you have to do is choose the theme, provide a venue and invite 12 to 15 of your favourite friends and the folks at luxury glassware company Zwiesel Kristallglas will take care of the rest. Your guests will also be able to purchase Zwiesel products at a special price.
To apply to host a Zwiesel Party, contact Gabriel Wong at mktg@zwiesel-kristallglas.com.

 

What to do this weekend (May 10)

 

The Moving Body Grand Opening Weekend
Always been interested in trying out Gyrotonics (a workout system to improve flexibility and strength) or Pilates but never got around to doing it? Then this is the perfect opportunity as The Moving Body, which offers the above as well as physiotherapy sessions, celebrates the opening of its new centre with free trial sessions.
Date and time: May 11 - 12, 8am - 8pm
Venue: The Moving Body, #03-09 Guthrie House
Price: Free. Call 6469 3870/ 8128 9062 to reserve your time slots. Log on to http://www.themovingbody.com.sg/ for more.

 

What to do this weekend (May 10)

Wine Dinner at 7Adam
The contemporary gallery-restaurant is hosting its first wine dinner featuring four vintage wines from New Zealand vineyard Surveyor Thompson. The menu complements the rich vinos, with dishes like soba pasta with king prawn, flambe sake and caviar and apple tart with vanilla ice cream.
Date and time: May 12, 7.30pm
Venue: 7 Adam Park
Price: $147++ per person. Please call 6467 0777 or e-mail enquiries@7adam.com for reservations.
 

What to do this weekend (May 10)

 

Tabehodai all-you-can-eat Weekend Brunches
“All you can eat”, “japanese food” and “brunch” might be the three most delicious terms used in a sentence. Two adjacent Japanese restaurants will be offering weekend brunches with different twists -- Tajimaya Yakiniku & Shochu Bar ($44.90++ per adult, $24.90++ for children below 12) has an array of premium meats like US Angus Beef and salmon cooked on smokeless grills (so you don’t have to worry about smelling like oil and smoke after) while the lShabuya Shabu Shabu’s buffet ($39.90++ per adult, $19.90 for children below 12) will feature Japanese hotpot and fresh sashimi.
This offer is available on weekends and public holidays from 11am to 4pm. Tajimaya Yakiniku & Shochu Bar and Shabuya Shabu Shabu are at #01-102/103 VivoCity, tel: 6377 0070/6377 0060. Log on to http://www.tajimaya.com.sg/ or http://www.shabuya.com.sg/ for more.