Dakota Crescent is almost gone, and its elderly residents are giving tours
They have some pretty interesting stories to tell.
Beerfest Asia is back this June
Craft beers and dude-bros galore.
Do Singaporeans prefer ice cream to art?
The answer might be unfolding at Gillman Barracks
9 of the best dessert places in Singapore
There is always room for these sweet treats.
Catch this award-winning play about the inner workings of the human brain. It tells the tale of two protagonists, psychology student Connie and slacker Tristan, mixedboth participants in a clinical experiment for a new drug who find themselves increasingly attracted to each other while being kept from the outside world during the trial. The original […]
The Future of Us exhibition
Tapping into the subject of how Singaporeans can live, work and play in the future, this multi-sensorial mixed-media showcase includes exhibits, dialogues and performances ranging from architecture, food, city-planning, art, entrepreneurship and social work. You can reserve your preferred dates and timeslots to attend this exhibition.
Singapore Airshow 2016
Get your adrenaline pumping at Asia’s largest aerospace and defence event. This aviation show features aerobatic flying displays, the latest on aerospace technologies and innovations, meet-the-pilot sessions and a line-up of family-friendly activities.
Race through Gardens by the Bay, Tanjong Rhu Promenade and East Coast Park with views of the waterfront at this marathon with 5km, 10km and 21km categories. For less serious participants, the 5km fun run will have volunteers and families of runners armed with water pistols for some wholesome fun.
Russell Peters – Almost Famous World Tour
The Canadianbased funnyman is back with more sidesplitting material, this time taking on subjects like cell phones, dating and his uncle who’s never been punched in the mouth. Famous for his fast improvisational style, he entertained 18,000 fans catching his routine over two nights when he performed here in 2012
Chingay Parade 2016
A Singaporean Lunar New Year tradition, Asia’s largest float parade and street performance celebrates the city’s multi-cultural diversity. Colorful floats, stilt walkers, dancers, wushu masters and Chinese lion dance troupes take the streets in this annual fiesta, called “the art of costume and masquerade” in the Hokkien dialect