Are you running out of ideas on how to spend your weekend? Head down to ArtScience museum now for a fun-filled weekend with your family and friends. I’m sure we all know about the interesting exhibitions ongoing at ArtScience Museum but have you guys visited the museum’s very own cafe – Fab Cafe? Located right at the entrance of the museum, the waft of freshly brewed coffee in the air will surely grab your attention.
FAB actually refers to the fabrication revolution that is taking the world by storm. The word is incorporates both FABulous and FABrication, inspiring the new generation to let their creative juices flow without constraints placed by current societal standards. Fab Cafe not only provides a great dining experience, but an open platform to support innovative individuals and their creative efforts. This also explains the FAB Servcices available, from digital fabrication to laser cutting, this cafe will surely provide an experience like no other.
The laser cutting services allows you to design your own files and express your creativity without restraints. On top of this, Fab Cafe also offers a MAC FAB Service which allows you to customize your own Apple devices. What are you waiting for? Head down now to get your Apple devices engraved. Last but definitely not the least, Fab also offers 3D Printing Services to allow users to create 3D objects from digital data. Do note that these custom services are by appointment only so don’t forget to make an appointment prior before heading down.
If you’re feeling hungry, grab japanese curry rice bowl ($12) for a simple yet filling meal. The fragrant curry rice bowl comes with tender chicken meat and soft-boiled onsen egg – the mainstays of a hearty meal. This rice bowl also comes in a vegetarian option.
Or if you simply want afternoon tea, then grab the Yuzu Cheesecake ($7.50) and a cup of coffee ($6) and you’re good to go! And if you’re a big fan of the coffee, FAB Cafe offers ‘Fab Fuel’, essentially packaged roasted beans. These packages come in 250g, 500g, and 1kg sizes and prices range from $20, $35, and 60$ respectively.
After filling up your tummies, head inside to view the interesting exhibitions. Check out ArtScience’s website for updates on the different ongoing exhibitions to ensure you don’t miss out on anything cool. I’m sure we are all familiar with the Future World exhibition since instagram was practically flooded with photos from that event. If you missed out on that, fret not because the exhibition is still ongoing! For similar experiences, definitely keep updated with ArtScience’s latest exhibitions.
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