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.