Father’s Day is this Sunday (21 June)! Here are 5 fun activities to take part in with Daddy Dearest.
Instead of taking your dad out for yet another dinner or buying him yet another wallet/necktie he doesn’t need, why not do something completely different this year?
For the spiffy dad …
Whether your dad is a happy hirsute or prefers the clean-shaven look, he will enjoy the pampering grooming experience at We Need A Hero. From now till 30 June, We Need A Hero is offering a Father’s Day promotion for a grooming package consisting of a Basic Shave, Haircut, and a Geo. F. Trumper Shaving Cream, all for just $85 (Usual Price: $120).
We Need A Hero is located at 57 Eng Hoon Street, #01–86, Tel: 6222 5590.
For the culinary dad …
Ok, so maybe this involves a bit of eating. But you get to prepare your own food! At Brettschneider’s Baking & Cooking School, you and Dad can try your hand at preparing everything from classic Singaporean dishes to baking Italian flatbreads and pizzas from scratch.
For more information on the various workshops available at Brettschneider’s Baking & Cooking School, click here.
For the stressed-out dad …
Spa treatments aren’t just for Mum; your dad deserves a spa day out for all the hard work he puts in. For a truly indulgent spa experience, book him into Espa at Resorts World Sentosa. They have a slew of slew of treatments designed specially for men, such as the “Age Rebel Facial” or the “Gentlemen’s Revitaliser” massage.
Other Father’s Day spa promotions to look out for include St Gregory Spa at Pan Pacific Hotel — they’re offering discounts for facial treatments for gentlemen as well as for all Thalion Men’s products — and Estheva Spa. At Estheva, your dad can take his pick from either an anti-aging facial or a rejuvenating facial, and have a complimentary 15-minute Calming Therapy included with his treatment.
For the nature-loving dad …
Take a walk on the wild side with Pop this Father’s Day at Coney Island Park. This 50-hectare nature park is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, including a staggering 80 species of birds. From June 2016, guided nature walks have been made available to the public. Click here to find out more.
For the fun-loving dad …
Is your dad a comic genius like Mike Myers? Or perhaps he’s more like Shrek the Orge, who describes himself as an onion (you have to peel back the layers to get to know him better). Whatever it is, we’re certain he’ll enjoy the lighthearted and laugh-a-minute Shrek The Musical. Get your tickets here.
14 Dec 2016