Twilight: Flea & Feast – Halal Food Fest Returns With Rainbow Bagels And Edible Glitter Slime

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Twilight: Flea & Feast Returns To Suntec Convention Centre This Weekend

You’ll probably want to mark this down on your calendars.

Twilight: Flea & Feast – will be back at Suntec Convention Centre this coming weekend from Friday to Sunday (2-4 Feb).

This sequel’s already better than the movie
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Expect scrumptious F&B options from over 40 outlets, with everything from rainbow bagels, to dendeng tacos and spicy pulled beef hotdogs.

There’ll also be unique retail offerings like whimsical rainbow slime, extra spicy sambal, and two immense balloon pits great for the children.

With so much on offer, here’s a sneak peak at what’s in store for all weekend adventurers who shouldn’t miss this zhng-ed out flea market.

Dendeng Tacos, Pulled Beef Hotdogs & Rainbow Bagels

Eating is without a doubt every Singaporean’s favourite pastime. So obviously, we have to talk about food first.

Twilight: Flea & Feast will house vendors hawking modern twists on local fares.  Think food that not only tastes incredible, but looks incredibly appetizing as well.

We’ve compiled a delectable list of food vendors you won’t want to miss at the weekend event.

Dendeng Tacos – Dendeng DuoSource
Dendeng Duo will bring the Hari Raya right to you, with their Dendeng (Malay BBQ Meat) Tacos, made specially for all you dendeng-lovers.
Rainbow Bagel Burgers – WORD. CafeOh my WORD.
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You’ve probably tried bagels, but we bet you’ve never tried rainbow bagel burgers from WORD. Cafe. We think cheese should officially be added as one of the colours of the rainbow too.
Spicy Mac N’ Cheese – Naughty BoyzSource
A warm, oozing bowl of Mac N’ Cheese is a hearty remedy for any bad day.  Naughty Boyz’s take on Mac N’ Cheese will definitely add a little spicy kick to your life.
Spicy Pulled Beef Hotdog – Street SubmarineSource
Toppings are king when it comes to hotdogs, so Street Submarine’s tender and spicy pulled beef hotdogs are sure to redefine the very meaning of zhng.
Tako Balls – SAIKŌSource

A classic favourite at any flea market are Takoyaki Balls. SAIKŌ cranks it up a notch, with fascinating flavour combinations like takoyaki with dashi broth or miso butter, starring onsen egg (poached eggs) if you so desire.

Of course, we’re barely scratching the surface of the types of food available. We recommend that you pack an extra stomach, just in case.

A hundred flea market stalls with unique offerings

Let’s not forget that other than the mouth-watering food stalls, Twilight: Flea & Feast will host over a hundred flea market stalls.

Expect to find a variety of things to see, explore and, if you find a sweet deal, buy! The event is after all, a flea market, who knows what you might find.

Sparkly Rainbow Edible Slime – Slime EnchantersSource

So you’ve heard about the bizarre slime craze that hit Instagram a while ago. Slime Enchanters By The Nadyas have gone a step further to make, actual edible slime.

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Just look at that glittery magical mess of satisfying goodness. If you’ve ever wished to tasting a literal rainbow, this is probably your best chance.

Chilli Crab Sambal – Super Shiok Sambal

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Super Shiok Sambal is the satisfying sambal your family never knew they needed — with a slight seafood twist.

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A kitchen staple in many Singaporean homes, you’ll probably be able to eat this Chilli Crab version with anything too.

Giant Jenga Blocks and Balloon Pits

Forget regular sized board games, Twilight: Flea & Feast will be literally upsizing classic childhood games like Jenga and good ol’ Tic Tac Toe.

Oversized Tic Tac Toe
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After all, bigger is always better – and more fun – ain’t it?

Imagine your table side Jenga blocks, now towering above you.

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You might wanna stay out of the way before the tower comes tumbling down.

In the first edition of Twilight: Flea & Feast that took place in the final days of 2017, the event featured a balloon pit for the young and the young at heart.

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What could be better than a balloon pit you might ask? Two balloon pits.

Yes, these large balloon pits will give Pennywise the clown, a run for his money. Great news for adults as they now won’t feel as guilty for taking up space meant for kids.

Free movie screenings under the ‘stars’

No two words go better together than “free” and “movie”.

Catch popular blockbusters while stretching out on a comfy, though artificial, grass lawn.

If you’re bored of popcorn, just head over to all the F&B outlets to grab other yummy snacks to enjoy with your movie.

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Best of all, mini tables will be available for choping to place your snacks while you watch.

This year, they’ll be screening Disney classics like Finding Nemo, High School Musical, Toy Story and Inside Out.

Image courtesy of Twilight: Flea & Feast

Really, regardless of age, no one would pass on an opportunity to watch High School Musical.

Live busking performances

The perfect way to wind down after a long day of feasting and watching a movie, is to kickback and enjoy live busking performances.

Twilight: Flea & Feast will feature various talented buskers as well as performers from the Orita Sinclair School Of Design and Music.

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We’re sure the warm atmosphere created by these talented buskers will definitely be the cherry on top of your perfect day out.

One weekend only

Here’s all you need to know about the 3-day event.

Duration: 2-4 Feb 2018, 10am – 10pm
Venue: Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre (Halls 401 and 402)
Price: FREE Admission

Website: www.twilight.com.sg
Facebook: facebook.com/twilightfeast
Instagram: @twilightfeast

With the wide array of food stalls, hundreds of retails outlets, free movies and live performances, Twilight: Flea & Feast is a one-stop event for all your weekend hangout needs.

Since the event only lasts one weekend, and admission is completely flea free, we’ll see you there.

Featured image from Disney Channel, Finding Nemo, Instagram, Xavier Lur.

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