Now that the PSI’s hovering below 100, it’s time to visit some nearby island attractions.
And it comes with a complete syllabus, to boot.
Learn all about Singapore's Malay heritage at this festival in November.
Warning: do not read on an empty stomach.
Brunch, booze and bites abound at this newly revamped space.
Online retailer and rooftop hipsters Lepark co-organize this “Chatuchak style” flea market that brings together over 100 independent retailers from Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and Singapore. Bring along lots of cash to splash on clothes, accessories and art. The Getai people will do a roster of DJs and live bands.
Rugby fans can spectate the Societe Generale Singapore Cricket Club International Rugby 7s (SCC 7s) with teams clashing for the Ablitt Cup. The standing champion, Borneo Eagles will face international squads of South Africa, France, Sri Lanka, Papua New Guinea and United Kingdom.
Appreciate the produce of Indian herbs and spices at one of the few Halal-certified theatre kitchen in Singapore. Chow down on Indian chats, naans and rotis, dips and curries, tandoori meats and dhum briyani. Chef de cuisine Kishore Solanki presents ragar patties (curried dried peas), and Bengali machi curry and briyani with tender bone-in mutton […]
The 5th edition of the annual showcase features rare drinks and events every Friday and Saturday in the month of November. The drinks include Dom Pérignon, Royal Salute, Macallan, Hennessy, Johnnie Walker and Martell.
The National Arts Council brings together publishers and publishing experts from around the world in a joint venture between the Frankfurt Book Fair and Singapore Book Publishers Association. Writers will get the opportunities to pitch projects to agents and publishers, and writers are able to get input and advice from the experts. Seminars and workshops […]