The dreaded haze is back. It plagues us every year, but that should not stop you from going out and enjoying your weekend before the start of a fresh, new week. Forget strolling through the open Marina Bay area on a hunt for rare Pokémon.
Instead, retreat to the great indoors!
You can still have a relaxing weekend with spa treatments, or head to one of the Singapore museums. If a calm and quiet afternoon is not what you are looking for, then go ice-skating, or have a splashing good time at an indoor water playground! Here are some Things To Do In Singapore This Weekend To Avoid The Haze.
In the blink of an eye, we are diving into the final quarter of 2016. September is almost here and we hope you are pumped up for the line-up of exciting events for the month.
Treat yourselves to a spectacular night at the Singapore F1 Night Race, stuff yourselves silly during Mid-Autumn Festival, learn to craft a lantern, catch your favourite idols Jay Chou and The Simple Plan live, and/or party like there’s no tomorrow at Ultra Music Festival Singapore etc.
Here are 9 Events to Check out in Singapore in September.
This August sees Singapore turning 51 years old, Charlie Puth performing in Singapore for just a night, and a series of performances taking place in conjunction with Singapore International Festival of Arts.
Get your calendar ready, because we are just about to share with you several highlights this August that you would be interested in.
From the annual Durian Festival, Universal Studios Singapore’s Soak Out Water Party to the last leg of The Great Singapore Sale, here are 7 Exciting Events That Are Taking Place in Singapore This August 2016.
Are you obsessed about cosplay, are an avid foodie or history buff, or a green advocate? If you have answered ‘yes’ to at least one of the above, then it is time to mark down several dates in your calendar for the month of July.
July is a busy month for everyone in Singapore, but thankfully there is a one-day public holiday to allow us to unwind, recharge and feast over great food.
From Geylang Serai Bazaar, Singapore Food Festival to Shine Festival, here are 9 Events That Are Taking Place in Singapore This July 2016 to check out.
Can you believe we are almost done with half of 2016? Where did all the time go?!
Before you start complaining about the lack of activities and events in Singapore, we are here to prove you wrong. It doesn’t matter if you are a native Singaporean, short-term expatriate or a first-time visitor. Singapore – however tiny – has endless stuff going on monthly!
From Beer Fest Asia, Singapore Coffee Festival to Great Singapore Sale, here are 9 Events That Are Taking Place in Singapore This June 2016 that you will not want to miss.
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Do you find yourself in a vicious cycle of complaining about the lack of activities to do each weekend in Singapore and then ending up doing the same old boring movie-and-dinner dates?
Well, there are actually many activities happening in our tiny city every month. We may or may not know about them, but Singapore is actually pretty darn happening in many ways.
From The Music Run to World Gourmet Summit, here are 10 Events That Are Taking Place in Singapore This April 2016. Most events will require a ticket in advance. April won’t be so boring after all!
Have you already spent a bomb this Valentine’s Day on the present(s) for your lover? Then you now need to think of activities that will not cost an arm or a leg.
Singapore is a country filled with amazing things that you can do for free. And these activities and places can be pretty romantic, too.
If your ideal Valentine’s Day is a simple day out to spend quality time with your loved one, here is a list of 10 Free Things to Do This Valentine’s Day 2016. Take a fun hike or visit a museum, as long as you are with someone you enjoy company with, you know your day will be splendid.
Valentine’s Day is coming and if you are always looking for ways to break your usual dating routine(s) with your partner, we might just have the answer for you. Truth to be told, it can be easier than you think. Whenever you see a fun activity that your friends shared on their social media, or from a drama serial, or anything at all – note them down on your mobile phone.
Another easy method is just to recall the things you used to love to do (before life caught up on you). Was it singing karaoke with your buddies? Having a friendly match of snooker? Or simply staying at home playing board games? Revisit them.
There are so many possibilities and even more ways to keep the love alive. Here, we share with you some Valentine’s Day Date Ideas – 9 Fun Activities & Thrilling Things to Do in Singapore.