As the Father’s Day weekend nears, the search hastens for the best activities you can do with dad on this special day. With dining-in restrictions only lifting a day after (on June 21 tentatively, to be exact), the best option might be to celebrate the occasion from the comfort and safety of your abode.
Fathers may sometimes be enigmas to shop for, but quality time is quite possibly the best gift for them. Whether you’re a dutiful child searching for activities to do with dad or a dad looking to spend time with your young one, this list of experiences is sure to keep the whole family occupied and delighted—dads especially, of course.
1. For the dads who enjoy cooking
If your dad is an avid home cook, sign him up for this virtual cooking class hosted by Swiss luxury manufacturer V-Zug. Learn how to prepare a mouthwatering menu with an elevated twist from V-Zug ambassadors chef Ming Tan and chef Ryan Clift.
Two distinct masterclass sessions are available, with one occurring in the afternoon and one in the evening. Each chef will host their respective sessions with different menus; Tan will be presenting an Asian-style menu while Clift will deliver his signature contemporary European cuisine. Pastry chef Joe Leong will be joining both sessions to deliver insightful baking tips when it comes to dessert.
It's also hassle-free when it comes to stocking up ingredients for these classes; each class will come with a set of premium produce packed and delivered to your doorstep before the session begins.
Bookings are made on a first-come-first-serve basis. To register or find out more, email firstname.lastname@example.org