These ballerinas on the streets of Singapore will make you smile
We talk to the photographer, Danny Santos, about the difficulties of shooting in busy traffic.
10 boozy, foodie (mostly affordable) parties you can’t miss in Singapore
Drag queens, a Thai-Mexican mash-up, a Rail Corridor party and more.
This weekend in Singapore: brunch with drag queens, Brazilian dance parties and laser tag
There's something for arty types, too.
6 late night spas in Singapore
The best places for wee-hour facials, massages and mani-pedis.
Singapore Restaurant Week
The 12th edition of Singapore Restaurant Week starts from Mar 19-26 and will take place across more than 100 restaurants around town. This year, the event revolves around the theme “Feasts of the Ocean”, comprising contemporary seafood dishes using seasonal ingredients, with the current line up of newer establishments like Fort by Maison Ikkoku, Forest, Sushi Meida, Dehesa and Portico Prime offering these items as part […]
Each year, this event gets bigger and bigger, with many LGBTQIA people decked out in pink to picnic, watch performances and cheer on their heroes.
Shakespeare in the Park – Romeo and Juliet
SRT is bringing Shakespeare in the Park back for another year, this time, with one of the Bard’s most popular plays, Romeo and Juliet, albeit set in a modern dystopia. You know the story; the Montagues and Capulets are feuding families, and the playboy Romeo falls in love with the Capulet, Juliet. Chaos ensues, with […]
Of Monsters and Men
This headlining band joins the ranks of Death Cab for Cutie at Woah Fest, and is known for the earworm, “Little Talks.” The Icelandic quintet may also play other fan favourites like “Empire,” “Dirty Paws” and “Wolves Without Teeth.”
Tame Impala will be playing in Singapore. So head down and dance to tracks from their latest album, Currents, though we’d be shocked if they didn’t do “Let It Happen,” “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards” and “Elephant.”
Gills N Shells
A bistro specializing in Western-inspired seafood plates at Hotel Boss