By now, you must have heard the fighter jets and helicopters patrolling Singapore’s airspace the past few days. It’s all in preparation for next week’s biggest event, the Trump-Kim summit. The meeting between the two leaders will take place at the Capella Hotel in Sentosa. Stay far away if you don’t want to be stuck in endless bag searches and police cordons. There are other ways to commemorate the historic meeting.
Homegrown burger joint Wolf Burgers has created “The Burger for World Peace” just in time for the summit. Its ingredients are apt: Bulgogi beef, kimchi mayo, and American cheddar in between a brioche burger bun. If you’re craving something more localised, OSG Bar + Kitchen has a Trump Kim-Chi nasi lemak, which combines dry-aged beef with kimchi.
The Singapore Mint is also hopping onto the bandwagon by launching a limited run of three commemorative medallions inscribed with “World Peace”. You can get the nickel-plated version at S$36, or go big with the gold-plated medallion, which will set you back S$1,380.
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