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Halloween is the only time of the year when you can get away with cheesy costumes and cringe-worthy pranks. It is also the perfect time to bring out your horror movie collection and binge-watch with a couple of friends!
But throughout the recent years, Halloween is a festivity that Singaporeans are growing to love more and more.
We get to be treated to yearly scare-fests, on top of the Trick-And-Treat adventures in neighbourhoods. Be it full-on hair-raising experience or something more toned-down that the kids will love, here are 3 Spook-Tacular Events Around Singapore For Halloween 2016.
October sees a series of exciting festivals and occasions which Singapore will be partaking in. It does not matter if you are a horror junkie, sports enthusiast or beer lover, for there is definitely something here for everyone.
From Singapore’s largest comic convention GameStart 2016, Singapore’s biggest glow-in-the-dark five-kilometre marathon to the long-awaited BNP Paribas WTA Finals, here is our monthly guide: Seven Events That Are Taking Place In Singapore This Coming October.
There has always been a debate over the difference between farm-bred and wild-caught fishes. The former, while much more readily available and affordable, has a higher chance of being contaminated, hence more prone to getting disease. The latter live in their natural habitats out in the open waters, and is hence a lot healthier. We can go on and on about the benefits of wild-caught fishes, but we will leave that for another day. While I am always happy to order wild-caught fishes when I dine out, restaurants in Singapore hardly place an emphasis on it and hence stick to using conventional farm-bred ones.
This is why I am so happy to introduce Quayside Fish Bar & Bistro as it is really a heaven for seafood lovers. Located at the charming Quayside Isle at the luxurious Sentosa Cove enclave, Quayside Fish Bar & Bistro has daily fresh imports of wild-caught seafood and fish from different parts of the world.
Appetising starters include Hokkaido Scallops Crudo (S$19), freshly shucked oysters, and the beautifully-plated Torched Holloumi Cheese (S$18). The pastas (S$28) are too delicious to a fault, and nobody can resist the Baked Half Boston Lobster (S$54). But the highlight of the menu – and something that you must order – is the qsfb’s Fresh Seafood Platter (S$150).