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Where to go with your fam­ily this month.

If your kids are ob­sessed with di­nosaurs,

they will roar with de­light at a trip to Univer­sal Stu­dios Sin­ga­pore. Till Aug 22, they can learn to train a ve­loci­rap­tor (pic­tured), see the T-Rex at a new live ac­tion show, and in­ter­act with a tricer­atops and other mighty di­nos with the magic of augmented re­al­ity. These spe­cial ac­tiv­i­ties are held in con­junc­tion with the movie re­lease of Juras­sic World: Fallen King­dom. Visit www.rwsen­tosa.com.

Ex­plore new avours at Can­tonese ne din­ing restau­rant Man Fu Yuan,

where its ex­ec­u­tive chef Eric Neo has put a spin on clas­sics with fu­sion cre­ations. Think pan-fried foie gras with suck­ling pig in crepe and Mon­go­lian-style grain-fed Aus­tralian beef prime rib. A must-try is the tiger prawn ver­mi­celli (pic­tured) with broth dis­tilled from the prawns and Chi­nese hua tiao wine – al­most like a bisque sans the cream. These dishes are from its new chef’s sig­na­ture col­lec­tion. Call 6825-1008 or visit https://man­fuyuan.sg.

Skip break­fast and lunch

– you’ll need it to in­dulge in Mar­riott Cafe’s deca­dent Durian High Tea Buf­fet. Savour Mao Shan Wang and D24 va­ri­eties made into lip-smack­ing desserts such as durian bread and but­ter pud­ding with co­conut sauce, gluti­nous rice with durian and co­conut cream, and durian mousse cake. That’s all in ad­di­tion to the huge buf­fet spread there, which in­cludes over 50 Sin­ga­porean and in­ter­na­tional dishes. It runs un­til July 31 from 3pm. Pay $45++ (adults) and $27++ (kids aged five to 12) on week­days; $48++ and $30++, re­spec­tively, on weekends. Call 6831-4605 or visit www.sin­ga­pore­mar­riott. com/din­ing.

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