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By Trinity Sun
- February 16, 2021

New Unique Things to Do This Week (Feb 22-28)

Food & Drink . Singapore

Looking for even more things to do after the Chinese New Year weekend? The fun’s only beginning with more unique things to discover in Singapore. We’ve compiled a list of new and unique things you should definitely check out!

7 Eleven x Coca Cola Concept Store

coca cola store in singapore
The Coca Cola concept store in Singapore | @thesweetlypot

Did you know that there’s a two-storey Coca Cola store in singapore? In collaboration with 7-Eleven, Coca Cola launched its first concept store in Singapore just last year! You’ll be surrounded by all things Coca Cola; limited edition bottles, claw machines and aesthetic photo spots! You can get special Coca Cola flavours at this store, and even sit down with a can or two and play foosball. If you’re in the area, why not spend an afternoon here?

Address: The House of Eden, Raffles Place, 4 Robinson Rd

Opening Hours: Monday–Sunday  7am–11pm

Yum Sing

food at yum sing
Enjoy a cocktail and local delights at Yum Sing | © Yum Sing

If you’ve ever wanted to experience old-world Singapore, look no further than this 60s themed joint! Yum Sing serves up delicious hawker fare and encourages you to embrace your Singaporean heritage. From its decor to the food, everything here will bring back nostalgic memories of old Singapore. You can even order themed drinks based on local favourites! It’s certainly a unique cafe worth visiting if you want a trip down memory lane. 

Address: #01-06/07 Clarke Quay, Block B, 3 River Valley Road

Opening Hours: Monday–Sunday  4pm–10.30pm

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 Live Turtle & Tortoise Museum

Turtles in the pond | © Live Turtle & Tortoise Museum

The funny antics of turtles wandering freely through the Live Turtle & Tortoise Museum park will definitely amuse you. You can even pet and feed some of them!. If you're lucky, you’ll be able to witness the hatching of baby turtles. The large ponds in the park are populated by numerous fishes, soft shell and yellow box turtles. It’s an educational experience for the whole family!

Address: ORTO #01, 81 Lor Chencharu

Opening Hours: Wednesday–Monday  10am–6pm

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Molang x Kumoya Popup Cafe

interior of molang x kumoya cafe
Interior of Molang x Kumoya pop-up cafe | © Kumoya

Kumoya Singapore is back with a refreshed concept, and this time they’ve transformed their cafe into a pop-up Molang themed cafe! The dishes are Molang themed as well, making it an absolutely adorable treat! Try the Up, up and away Happy Creamy Salmon Rice (S$23.90), which features Molang shaped rice decorated with crunchy vegetables. If you love Molang and eating cute food, this is the cafe for you!

Address: Kumoya @ Jalan Klapa, 8 Jalan Klapa

Opening Hours: Tuesday–Sunday  12pm–9.30pm 

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