From A Game Of Thrones Dinner To A Batman Exhibit, These 5 Events Will Have You Geeking Out

Comic-Con may not be here in Singapore, but that doesn’t mean that we have to live boring lives.

We found a few places and events for you to geek out at because let’s admit it, geek culture is the best culture.

So put on your superhero tees and let’s go!

1. Game Of Thrones-Themed Dinner

Who else thinks Season 8 of Game Of Thrones cannot come soon enough?

Since it’s going to be a while before we can get our hands on new episodes of the HBO series, here’s something to satiate your desire for all things GoT in the meantime.

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The Bay Hotel is presenting a halal buffet inspired by the fantasy series. Aptly called “The Feast Of Fire And Ice“, this buffet will fill you up on a spread fit for kings and queens, and a whole lot of geeky GoT references.

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Look out for Walder Frey’s Chicken Waldorf SaladRed Wedding Cake, Three-Eyed Raven mocktail, and freshly-shucked Drogon’s Fire Oysters that are covered with spices and torched.

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Once dinner is done, head over to Bay Hotel’s rooftop bar, Propeller, and sip on Mother of Dragons champagne ($18), a drink containing dragon fruit balls (of course), that comes served with wisps of smoke.

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The buffet will be available from December 22 onwards, and is priced at $58 for lunch and $78 for dinner.

The Feast Of Fire And Ice
Venue: 
Rumah Rasa, Bay Hotel, 50 Telok Blangah Road, Harbourfront
Date: 22 Dec 2017
Opening Hours: Daily, 12pm – 10.30pm
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2. Justice League Exhibit

DC Fans, gird your loins.

VivoCity is currently hosting the only built-to-scale model of Batman’s Knightcrawler until 3 December.

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The Knightcrawler is a monster of a tank owned by Bruce Wayne, that debuted in the Justice League movie. The current replica at Vivocity, stands at an impressive 3.4m tall and 14m wide and is exclusively displayed in Singapore.

The replica took a year to conceptualise and 36 hours to assemble on-site at VivoCity’s Atrium.

From now till 3 December, just present a receipt of any purchase at the Justice League roadshow, or a minimum $30 receipt from any outlet in VivoCity for an up-close and personal photo opportunity with the multi-terrain tank.

There will also be life-sized figures of the Justice League characters, an interactive photo booth, and an extensive range of Justice League movie merchandise.

Venue: VivoCity, 1 Harbourfront Walk, Singapore, 098585
Date: 14 Nov – 3 Dec 2017
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3. Star Wars Invades Grab

Attention all Star Wars fans, Grab has partnered up with The Walt Disney Company South-East Asia for their newest campaign!

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Open the Grab app, choose your side (The Resistance or The First Order), and the app will be re-skinned for 5 weeks. The Grab cars on the map will be changed to look like TIE fighters or A-Wing Fighter Jets, depending on the side you choose.

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Grab users on the winning side can stand a chance to win an all-expenses paid trip for 2 to Rancho Obi-Wan, the world’s largest privately-owned Star Wars memorabilia museum located in San Francisco.

That’s not all, all Grab users will also stand to win tickets to a private movie screening of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and also exclusive movie premiums.

Details can be found below.

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So hurry pick your side and start riding with Grab today!

4. Superhero-themed Cyclothon

Happening on 18 – 19 November, OCBC Cycle 2017 has 3 riding categories, but one of them is particularly interesting.

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Specifically, The Straits Times Ride. This Superhero-themed 23km ride encourages cyclists to dress up as their favourite DC or Marvel heroes and heroines!

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You can even pimp your bicycle with superhero elements, but remember, no capes.

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Nobody wants to see capes getting caught in wheels.

What’s more, the rider with the best superhero costume gets to walk away with the Casio EXILIM EX-FR100 Action Cam (worth $629)!

So gather your friends and family and assemble your own superhero squad for this 23km ride that takes you past scenic landmarks and views of the Singapore city skyline!

Sweat it out, hero-style at OCBC Cycle 2017. You can register for your spot in the ride here!

OCBC Cycle 2017
Venue: Singapore Sports Hub
Date: 18 – 19 Nov
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5. Stranger Things-esque Arcade Bar

If you watch Stranger Things, then this new bar at Clarke Quay might remind of you a certain arcade in Hawkins.

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Opened on 15 November, Level Up is a bar with vibrant mood lighting, that combines retro arcade games and drinking games with live entertainment from local musicians.

Located at Clarke Quay, this arcade bar might not have Dragon’s Lair or Dig Dug, but you’ll still be able to find many classic retro arcade games.

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If you’re feeling hungry, Level Up also serves up casual bar bites with an Asian twist as well a wide range of drinks.

The bar comfortably fits 250 people and can be booked for corporate events as well.

Level Up
Address: 3A River Valley Road, #02-04, Clarke Quay, Singapore, 179020
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu: 2pm – 2am; Fri – Sat: 2pm – 3am, Sun: 2pm – 11pm
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