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Downtown East kicks-off the Year of the Tiger with new experiences, new openings and programmes!

This season, the charming zodiac animals in shimmering lights set the backdrop of Downtown East. But that's not all that you have to look forward to at this lifestyle destination.

Skip into the Year of the Tiger with sumptuous reunion dinners, enjoy artsy activities with your kids, celebrate Valentine's Day with a Couples' Staycation, and ladies, there's a new gym in town just for you.

Redraw Your World by Cartoon Network

Venue: Downtown East, Open Plaza 1
Date: 4 - 6 & 11 - 13 Feb 2022
TIme: 4 pm - 8 pm (Fridays) & 11 am - 8 pm (Weekends) 

Cartoon Network surprised viewers around the world on 8 Jan with a reenergised channel experience called “Redraw Your World.” To celebrate the launch of the new brand chapter, you are invited to join a flurry of event experiences where you and your kids will be able to unleash imagination to create unique art pieces, giving you the opportunity to see the world through the eyes of your kids!

Do note that the event will run by sessions with limited capacities. Entry will be on a first-come, first served basis. 

Fuss-free Reunion Dinners

If cooking up a storm isn't your thing, don't worry. You can feast on a hearty Chinese reunion dinner at E!Hub and E!Avenue. Here are some of the restaurants where you can get fuss-free reunion dinners to feast on with your family: 

Chong Qing Xiao Mu Deng Traditional Hot Pot

Address: E!Hub #02-125
8625 5388

Chong Qing Xiao Mu Deng Traditional Hot Pot offers a Reunion Dinner Special. Enjoy a hotpot buffet and BBQ at only $32.80 per pax. Price excludes soup base, service charge and GST.

Fragrant Garden

Address: E!Avenue #02-318–#02-320
6970 4970

At Fragrant Garden, you can choose from two set menus. Priced from $368++ to $468++, the menu features auspicious dishes traditionally consumed on the eve of Lunar New Year.

Ding Guo Guo Hot Pot

Address: E!Avenue #02-303
6284 0667

Ding Guo Guo Hot Pot offers a variety of specially curated set menus that comes with a free Norwegian Salmon yusheng. Includes soup, seafood, meat, mains and also premium ingredients like 8-Head Abalone, Japan Wagyu Beef and Japanese Shirbuta Pork Belly. Prices range from $218++ to $288++.

Chinese New Year Gifts

Spend a minimum of $68 for NTUC Plus! members or $88 for Plus! members to redeem a pack of Red Packets and a set of travel size Tiger Balm Ointments. Available till 31 Jan 2022, while stocks last. 

Couples' Staycation Package

It’s a double celebration in February with Valentine’s Day. Downtown East has curated a special Couples’ Staycation Package that checks all the boxes for a romantic yet Instaworthy and fun vacay.

Book a special 2D1N Couples’ staycation package from 7 Feb to 28 Feb at $388, and enjoy over $500 worth of perks, which includes two Wild Wild Wet Day Passes and a Couples Art Session by Fara Design Studio. 

To make your experience more romantic and memorable, you can dine under the stars right next to your container hotel, with two menus to choose from.

To dine under the starry sky, call 8952 0535 to place your reservation at least 48hrs prior to your arrival.

First Women-only Rock Climbing Gym

The Lunar New Year also welcomes the recently-opened Ark Liv fitness gym. Ladies are free to work-out solo or with your gal pals at this friendly female-only gym. There’s even a rock climbing wall located in the gym – the first women-only rock climbing facility in Singapore – besides the wide range of cardio and weight stack machines.

The fitness gym also features ensuite bathrooms and vanity area.

Student Deals

Enjoy a weekday Wild Wild Wet Day Pass for only $20! It comes with a set meal from Ola Beach Club (worth $27).You can also top up $30 for six months season pass and other perks. This deal is available till 31 Mar 2022.

Image credits Downtown East 

 


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This article is prepared by

Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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