The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: May 12-14

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May 12, 2017 | BY Aditi Rane

From wines to a weekend by the beach.


An impromptu weekend by the beach

When May 12 to 14

What If you feel mum deserves something a little more extravagant this year, or if the mid-year blues are starting to get to you, perhaps a quick getaway might be the answer. YTL Hotels is celebrating the launch of its exclusive direct portal and is giving away a complimentary 3rd night's stay in an of their four beach-side resorts. Perfect for a weekend retreat filled with sun and fun.

Simply book the Singapore Residents’ Package at Pangkor Laut Resort, Gaya Island Resort, Tanjong Jara Resort or Spa Village Resort Tembok, Bali (12th - 14th May only). Click here to book with discount code ‘YTLHOTELS’ and travel by 31 March 2018.

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: May 12-14

Late nights with sharks

When May 13

What Singapore’s newest museum presents its first ART AFTER DARK event featuring performances and DJ sets by Charlie Lim, Jasmine Sokko, and DJ Haili Bin and more. With an environmentally focused art exhibition at its heart, Parkview Group’s advocacy arm Parkview Arts Action harnesses the power of art to impact public perception and understanding of pressing environmental issues.

For more information, click here.


Immerse yourself in the world of Phantom

When May 12 to 13

What Look forward to heart-stirring performances by Broadway and West End Stars, and a gala evening starring three phenomenal phantoms from Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera. This limited event will be at MES Theatre at MediaCorp.

To book your tickets, click here.

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: May 12-14
Photo: Courtesy of Mahota Food Pte Ltd

Try out 'organic' wines

When May 13

What The Mahota Winery's Merlot Cabernet 2015 will be celebrating their launch in Singapore at the Organic World of Wines event. The evening will comprise of wine tasting of the latest Merlot Cab from an organic vineyard and winery. 

For more information, click here.


History lessons brought to life

When May 12 to 14 

What This weekend marks the end of the Singapore Heritage Festival. Why not consider taking a tour and spend an afternoon exploring landmarks imbued with history? Or perhaps, listen to speakers sharing their personal narratives and nostalgic anecdotes on places in Singapore. Whether it's reliving former glories or shedding light on the unseen, the festival promises to deliver in an engaging and compelling manner.

For more information, click here.

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