DBS Marina Regatta : Food Village by SAVOUR
Amidst the long weekend in Singapore where most people would take the opportunity to head for a short holiday, I was thinking I could easily head to my weekend event without having to push my way around in the crowd, boy was I wrong,
Today I am covering an event at the Marina Bay Promontory where DBS is having returning for the fourth consecutive year and this year they are igniting the BAY, held in conjunction with the 28th Sea Games, This year they made it big and spanning over three weekends. 30th May to 14th June with over 100 teams participating in the biggest Dragon Boat race in Singapore and maybe Asia
As the venue sponsor, DBS also made available a number of activities ahead of the DBS Marina Regatta, which starts this weekend. Youth athletes, their supporters and the public got a sneak peek of what event-goers can expect over the next three weekends including the DBS Food Village by Savour and the artisanal flea market.
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Among the highlights of this year’s Regatta is the inaugural DBS Food Village by Savour, promising a gastronomic treat with a tantalising selection of culinary favourites from restaurants such as celebrity Chef Emmanuel Stroobant’s Brussels Sprouts and Picotin Express, in addition to popular outlets Oriole Coffee + Bar, Kinki, and Table at 7.
Thrill seekers can challenge themselves with an eclectic mix of fun-filled, high-octane extreme sports such as a 7.2 metre high rock wall and a 30 metre long flying fox, A dedicated kids zone and many other activities to fill.
Members of the public can also help to raise funds towards supporting inclusive sports by taking part in Paddle for Good, where they will form teams and paddle alongside persons with disabilities (PwDs). For every one kilometre paddled, DBS will donate SGD 100 to organisations that will use the funds to organise sports activities for PwDs. Donations will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the Care and Share movement led by Community Chest.
Other event highlights include Cosplay, dance and cheerleading performances, urban art at the DBS Art Park, and lots of family fun such as Doodle for Google at the Family & Kids Zone. For more information, visit www.dbsmarinaregatta.com.
I do recommend heading down to the Promontory for the next two following weekends to chill out with testosterone filled hunk, babes and even supporters like this one from Spanish Armada
By Bus: Bus Stops at One Raffles Quay – Bus Service 10. 10E, 57, 70, 75, 100, 107, 128, 130, 131, 162, 167, 186, 196, 196E, 700, 970, NR1, NR6.
Bus Stop at Marina Boulevard – Bus Service 97, 97E
Bayfront (CE1) Exit E (8min walk)
Raffles PLace (NS2, EW14) Exit F (5min walk)