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What to Do in Singapore this Weekend For FREE (Stay At Home Edition) on 25 – 26 April 2020!

REJOICE – the weekend is here! Meanwhile, if you were wondering what to do this weekend? Here’s the SG Lifestyle Team’s weekly round-up of STAY AT HOME ACTIVITIES that you can do at home for free (well, mostly free) during this circuit breaker (CB) period as we wait for the current COVID-19 situation to improve.

Advisory Notice: Stay Home and Stay Safe during this period:
🏠 Stay Home, Stay Safe
😷 Wear a surgical mask and see a doctor promptly if you are sick! ⁣⁣
👐 Wash your hands regularly and properly using soap and water! ⁣⁣


1) Try Out DIY Recipes: IKEA Meatballs

All the fast food joints are spilling the beans on some of their iconic dishes. Last week we shared Mcdonald’s Sausage and Egg McMuffin and this week, we will be sharing how to make IKEA’s meatballs in the comfort of home! This is the recipe shared by IKEA UK, but actually there is a recipe book published by IKEA Singapore which uses different ingredients HERE!

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Ingredients needed:

250 g minced beef
250 g minced pork
1 egg
2–3 dl cream (or milk) and water
2½ tbsp fine chopped onion
½ dl unsweetened rusk flour
2 boiled potatoes, cold
4–5 tbsp butter, margarine or oil
salt
white pepper
(allspice)

Heat the onion until golden in a couple of tablespoons of lightly browned butter. Mash the potatoes and moisten the rusk flour in a little water. Mix all the ingredients into a smooth farce and flavour generously with salt, white pepper and (optional) fine crushed allspice. Shape the farce into round balls and transfer to a floured chopping board, then fry them quite slowly in plenty of butter.

For the full recipe, read HERE!


2) Workout to Fitness Videos: Kulture Studio’s Bouncefit At Home Episode #1!

Who says that you can’t keep fit while being stuck at home? Here’s SG Lifestyle’s pick for the week – Kulture Studio’s Bouncefit At Home Episode #1!


3) Virtual Museum Visit: An Old New World Exhibition at the National Museum of Singapore

Embark on a online digital experience at An Old New World Exhibition at the National Museum of Singapore! Move around the exhibition, get up close to artefacts, and hear from our curator – all with a simple click of your mouse! Uncover two centuries of international exploration, trade and intrigue, and understand the broader forces at play that culminated in the events of 1819. Explore it HERE!

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4) Learn How to Draw Disney Characters with Step by Step Tutorials!

Ever wondered how to draw your favourite Disney characters like Mickey, Minnie and all his friends (and Elsa of course)? Here’s a step by step drawing tutorial uploaded on this Facebook album HERE!

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5) Watch Animal Livestream: Tembe Elephant Park: Elephants, rhinoceros and buffalo

Watching animal livestreams are a good time waster as well. Here’s one that features Tembe Elephant Oark, a Big Five game reserve in South Africa that has been protecting elephants since 1983. If you’re lucky, you can spot some of the largest elephants in Africa as well as other wild animals such as lions, leopards and buffalos. Watch it HERE!

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6) Play: Animal Crossing Pocket Camp

Really, really want to play Animal Crossing taking over the world but don’t own a Nintendo Switch or related console? Well, did you know that there is a FREE version of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp available on mobile (Google Play Store / App Store). Oh and this editor is currently playing it right now.

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7) Help #SaveFNBSG

There are many ways to help #SaveFNBSG during this period. Why not opt to make someone’s day by gifting them a giftcard to their favourite restaurant (or get one for yourself!) HERE and HERE! Or you can always just give a free share/shout out on your socials/with your friends & family when you spot a good deal or offer. You can also join this Facebook group (Hawkers United – Dabao 2020) showcasing a list of Hawker Food that you can dabao in Singapore during this CB period. Share the love – it’s FREE 🙂


8) Participate in Hitcheed Online Wedding Fair

Love will not be cancelled – loving that tagline. As such, if you are planning for a wedding soon and feeling bumped out that you can’t participate in any wedding fairs, do you know that Hitcheed will be holding their online wedding fair this weekend on Zoom for FREE? RSVP here!

P.s get the chance to win up to $5k cashback, hotel staycations, restaurant vouchers and exclusive promotions from over 50 wedding vendors!

hitcheed online wedding fair
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We hope you enjoy this week’s round-up of weekend activities to do in Singapore FOR FREE (Stay at Home Edition)!

More importantly – stay safe and don’t say we NEVER share! 

Psst… Need even more ideas on what to do? Read last week’s post:

What to Do in Singapore this Weekend For FREE (Stay At Home Edition) on 18 – 19 April 2020!

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