Christmas Wonderland at Gardens By The Bay – Singapore’s biggest yuletide fair - is probably the most talked about attraction in Singapore this Christmas.
Christmas Wonderland is for everyone – young and old, lovers and friends. The Garden lights up in full glory when night falls, and it is a picturesque sight that is nothing short of stunning. It is little wonder everyone is putting this on their Christmas to-do list.
It runs from 27 November 2015 to 03 January 2016, and is open from 4pm to midnight daily. If you are planning a trip, here is a simple guide on What To Expect At Christmas Wonderland at Gardens By The Bay.
Want to enjoy a day out in the sun without paying admission fees to some of our most popular outdoor attractions in Singapore?
Although frequently listed and singled to be the most expensive city in the world, a day (or two, or three!) on a shoestring budget is completely possible. Many of these attractions are conveniently located in close proximities to MRT stations, with some right smack in the heart of the city.
There are also, in fact, many overlooked and forgotten (and hidden) gems in our Garden City. Here are 11 free outdoor activities in Singapore to consider that will not cost you a single cent (well, maybe just transportation, food and drinks)!
End your year off right with fun-filled activities, without having to spend a bomb or to squeeze with insane crowds at wild parties or parades. Yes, it is actually possible to enjoy this year’s year-end festivities, without having to deal with all of that.
How, you might ask? There are so many activities happening in the next two months, but we hand-picked five of our favourites that will cater to just about anybody! Some activities are great for families, some are just right for a romantic date out with your special someone.
Here are 5 Fun & Festive Activities You Can Do This Year-End 2015.
Because the nights ain’t all about alcohol and partying.
While most people might think there’s nothing much to do in Singapore – apart from hitting the clubs or watering holes – after dark, we beg to differ.
There will always be something healthy and non-toxic to enjoy after dark. Here, we have 9 Night Activites You Can Do in Singapore.
Whenever I meet people and tell them I used to write the food pages for a magazine, they assume that I’m a fervent foodie who spends every Friday evening at a hip new diner and every Saturday afternoon having brunch and coffee at a just-opened cafe. The truth is, I’m as boring as they come. Also, I am as cheap as they come. I don’t believe in spending money when I want to hang out outside, so here, I’m going to tell you about 9 things you can do for free in Singapore.
If you truly love someone, every day should be like Valentine’s Day.
It’s great to be in love, there are so many sweet things that you can do with your partner: surprise her with a candlelight dinner during a weekend; snuggle in bed on a cold rainy day; send silly messages to each other throughout the day; buy a flower for her even though there’s no special occasion.
Guys, you do not need a reason to be romantic. You should always do things to make her feel special; she is, after-all the most important person in your life. Everyone likes list posts, so here are some romantic ideas/things to do with your partner.