If you're a lover of food, this is definitely a place you need to head to.
Marina Bay Sands, that fancy building in Singapore, is set to play host to the equally fancy Epicurean Market 2017
- a food and wine fest that is sure to appease your inner foodie.
Taking place from 11 to 13 August, guests will be treated to a grand culinary tour at over 20 restaurants, ranging from Michelin-starred signature bites to farm-fresh produce to rare whiskies and spirits.
And if you look hard enough, maybe you'll find someone serving fancy nasi lemak
Also, guests to the Epicurean Market will also be showered with lots and lots of food. You'll be treated to a free signature dish
from well-known participating outlets such as Adrift, Bread Street Kitchen, CUT by Wolfgang Puck, db Bistro & Oyster Bar and LAVO, just to name a few.
Besides just devouring the food there (who doesn't like eating, right?), you'll also get to learn how to cook like a professional chef.
World-renowned chefs such as two-Michelin starred chef Tetsuya Wakuda (Waku Ghin), Nancy Silverton (Mozza), David Myers (Adrift), David Thompson (Long Chim), Hide Yamamoto and Javed Ahamad (Punjab Grill) will be providing master classes on food, wine, and spirits - for free!
Tickets are priced at S$39 (RM123)
. Yeah, we know it's not cheap, but for that price, you'll get a three-day pass where you can access masterclasses and late night festivities that feature live DJ sets and cocktails from renowned mixologists.
Sounds like a pretty good deal to us.
For more information, head on over to Marina Bay Sands' official website