Updated: 6 days ago
Cheesecake cha-cha to clay capers, this week was a wild ride of taste, mess, and relaxation! 🍰🎨💦
In this week's "Weekly Highlights," discover a mix of mouth-watering cheesecakes, artistic pottery pursuits, and tranquil float pod experiences that offer a snapshot of unique indulgences and creative adventures.
Sweeten up your day with some Cheesecake!
In this week's chuckle-worthy chronicle of home-based hustles, @della takes the spotlight with a dessert declaration that could make taste buds do the cha-cha. "Hihi, we have Chilled Strawberry & Cream Cheesecake today. Super Creamy cream cheese with diced strawberries filling. Fresh, Taste Amazing, and Aromatic digestive biscuit base." Can taste buds swoon?
Just ask @hampiness who couldn't help but chime in with a succinct "Yumm..😋". Not to be outdone, @calishulk unleashes the quintessential "😍" emoji, sealing the deal on this emoji-laden escapade. It's all fun, flavours, and virtual foodie fandom in this week's Home-based business rendezvous.
Get down and dirty
The Clay People Ceramics Art Studio
1003 Toa Payoh Industrial Park, #07-1527, Singapore 319075
Opens: Mon - Fri 11:00am - 10:00pm | Sat & Sun 9:00am - 10:00pm
Our intrepid explorer, @mjoycel, took the plunge into what might appear as a clay cakewalk but, hold up, it's a slippery slope! "This is one of those where it seems easy but trust me is difficult," confessed @mjoycel, dishing out the real deal on The Clay People's artistic escapades. Sniffed out via the virtual treasure map of Instagram and the ever-vibrant #ChinatownSingapore, this class proved to be an unconventional jackpot.
Armed with clay and humor, the teacher led the way. "Had a great time and teacher is both very knowledgeable and he makes class more fun with his humour," spilled @mjoycel. And speaking of applause-worthy antics, in popped @specialminion with the one-size-fits-all reaction: "👏." Truly worthy of some applause.
Grab a scrumptious meal at a traditional cafe
Great Nanyang Heritage Cafe 大南洋
5 Craig Rd, Singapore 089665
Opens: Mon - Sun 7:30am - 8:30pm
Here’s a nostalgic feast at Nanyang Heritage Cafe that even your grandma would approve of! @bbjiaksimi invites all fellow taste adventurers to join in: "Come explore old school Nanyang flavours with me at Greater Nanyang Heritage Cafe! Their Hainanese Chicken Chop is my favourite dish esp its butter sauce! Cutlet was well fried too, the batter reminded me of the old school chicken wings!" Can you hear those flavours harmonizing in your mouth yet? 🍗✨
And just as the story unfolds, @jerryneo appears, making plans for an epic lunchtime quest but alas, a twist of fate strikes with a tinge of tragedy: "Wah the chicken cutlet sold out already 😢." The saga of the sold-out chicken cutlet strikes a chord in all our foodie hearts! 😭
Float in a pod
Palm Ave Float Club (Kampong Bugis)
66 Kampong Bugis, #05-01, Singapore 338987
Opens: Mon - Wed 11:00am - 8:00pm | Fri - Sun 9:00am - 9:00pm | Closed on Thursdays
Brace yourselves for a wild, buoyant ride. Our intrepid thrill-seeker @maokat embarked on a watery escapade, declaring, "Tried this at Palm Ave Float Club. Would recommend if you need some relaxation, like away from the city kind of relax. Won’t reco for those who are claustrophobic. 😊" Yes, folks, it's time to spill the beans on the latest aquatic trend: floating in a pod! Grab your swimsuits and your sense of adventure because Palm Ave Float Club is your ticket to relaxation central—unless, of course, you're claustrophobic, in which case, maybe pack a life jacket of reassurance. 💦🛁
And that's a wrap on this week's whirlwind of happenings! Remember, life's a buffet – so go ahead and fill your plate with cheesecake dreams, creative escapades, and pod-powered relaxation. Until next time, stay curious and keep scooping up those unforgettable moments! 🍰🎨💦
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