DateFyx Guide for 24 Nov - 26 Nov 2017

Happy Friday!

The countdown has begun. It’s 30 days to Christmas! This is the time for family gatherings, family traditions and family fun.

“Families are like fudge. Mostly sweet with a few nuts.”

This festive season, to please the sweets and the nuts, we are extending 4 of our DateFyx experiences to families. A completely hassle-free picnic when none of you needs to  clean up. Or a yacht cruise, where the family sails together, but everyone gets to pick an activity they like – kayaking, snorkeling, fishing, walking around the tropical island or simply watching the sun go down. All this while the crew prepares a delectable BBQ for a memorable family dinner. Kids growing up too fast? Capture the moments with a family photography session. Or, indulge in some messy clay fun, while letting the creative juices flow, with a tour of the legendary Dragon Kiln. Love these ideas? Gift one of these to your friends or family with DateFyx vouchers.   

EVENTS THIS WEEKEND

TWILIGHT ENCOUNTERS

Unleash your emotions and laugh, cry, and fall in love with French cinema as curtains rise for the French Film Festival 2017! 
Feast your eyes on the stellar and diverse line-up of 16 compelling films comprising of top box office hits.

SUMMER BREEZE & FESTIVE SPARKLE

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Celebrate the festive season with a tropical fiesta at Tanjong Pagar Park, festooned with deck chairs to chill out on. Think food, music, bouncy castles, hammocks on the streets and more...   

SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Singapore International Film Festival’s 2017 line-up is chock full of movies about artists of all stripes. We picked out five films at the festival that demonstrate the power of art and artists, in all their subjective, outspoken, anti-establishment glory.

WHISKY LIVE 2017

Sample over 150 expressions of whiskies from 50 different brands, have a sip of rare liquor, attend masterclasses conducted by experts, and join in on its cocktail and food trail that showcases international delights and other spirits such as rum and gin.

FOODIE ADVENTURES / SINGAPORE SIGNATURE DISHES

Enjoy learning about Singapore's food traditions & history in our cultural cuisine tours, organised in partnership with One Farrer Hotel. 

NINAGAWA MACBETH

NINAGAWA Macbeth, the iconic samurai classic that brought the late theatre titan Yukio Ninagawa international recognition, returns to Singapore after 25 years. 
Described as “achingly beautiful” and “a thing of wonder,” this transposes Shakespeare’s tragic play about a power-hungry general to the war-torn world of 16th century Azuchi-Momoyama Japan.