For more details, visit the here. Date: 8 to 24 February 2019 Time: 10am — 10pm Venue: Vivocity Atrium Level 1 For more information, visit. For more information, visit the here. Marvel at mega-sized colourful lanterns, eclectic live performances, street food, carnival games and every day. Pore over 240 objects from the Raffles Collection from the British Museum — a glimpse of Southeast Asian history that most intrigued Raffles and the British. Held across two locations — National Gallery and ArtScience Museum — catch 150 artworks based on the popular philosophy of minimalism duh.
Let us know if there are any events or things to do that you think should be featured. We're in 2019 proper now, and if you're still dreading heading back to the daily grind, don't — there are plenty happening this weekend to look forward to. Stirring to life after dusk, the Night Safari offers an elusive look at beasts and critters that are soundly snoozing during regular zoo hours. Nothing sucks the living joy out of a perfect day than having to be in a place filled with tourists. We like The Naked Finn for beautifully grilled seafood and bespoke cocktails. Visitors can join a 30-minute experiential tour, where they will be taken on an immersive journey which introduces Singapore's hidden stories and off-the-beaten track experiences, narrated through augmented reality, interactive project mapping, bespoke installation and doodle art. In partnership with SplashRunway Designs, guests can enjoy a 1.
Stroll through Gardens by the Bay The gigantic waterfront garden has a cool, futuristic feel and plenty of exotic plants, making it a wonderful spot for a leisurely walk. Look out for scheduled shows on their website. Things to do this weekend or today! Grab a coffee or a bite at Old Habits boutique cafe while you're at it. The Necessary Stage's most celebrated play — Off Centre — is making a comeback. Also, I am as cheap as they come. Things to do Where to watch Chinese New Year fireworks in Singapore The stunning sights of giant lanterns, vibrant traditional Chinese decor and lion dance performances in Singapore can mean one thing: Chinese New Year.
For more information, visit the here. Singapore is also a good mix and old and new with preserved historical sites and modern towering skyscrapers—all on the same island. You'll find many familiar faces among the cast that is set to bring you on a big adventure promising plenty of laughs, tears and drama. Seven iconic monuments in the civic district are wearing story-telling art skins every evening for Light to Night. Sneak Peek for Next Weekend 1 MapleBear comes to West Coast! Get those creative juices flowing Kids aged seven to 12 years can sign up to workshops at The Artground and learn to tell stories using different mediums — from books to photography and even advertising.
It follows the unlikely friendship between Saloma and Vinod and their experiences dealing with their personal conflicts and social prejudices against mental health. Inspired by nature, life cycles, and the infinite movement of particles, the artworks showcased in this gallery tell stories that resonate deep within the human essence. Work is expected to finish on both in 2020. Shop for local designers While high street labels are aplenty in Singers, fashionistas have a decent choice of local designers to get their hands on too. Aside from just print advertisements, the exhibition at the National Library also includes interactive multimedia stations for you to experience life as a consumer in early Singapore. Our annual urban art event comprises two editions this year. Debuted in 1993, the Haresh Sharma play helmed by Alvin Tan spotlights how mental illness is regarded in Singapore, and is still as relevant today as it was 25 years ago.
Art Light to Night Festival 2019: Traces and Echoes The Civic District comes to life once more with vibrant artworks and performances during Light to Night Festival 2019. While visitors are free to trek through the dimly lit park on foot, the guided tram is a wildly popular option for its unique insight into the nocturnal habits of the animals — you might even spot some friendly ones roaming freely as you trundle past. Royale—known for their extremely affordable buffet spreads—has now launched their newest Weekend High Tea Buffet showcasing tea time delights spanning from local delights to Western favourites. Whatever your budget, Agoda has the for you to choose from! Check out all the as well as the highlights of! Board at jetties along Clarke Quay. Fancy staring at them over a fancy dinner? For more information and a map, visit the official website.
Aside from historical sights, Chinatown is teeming with cool bars and restaurants to try — check out Ann Siang Hill and Club Street for some of the best spots. Trust us, you won't leave empty-handed. World-class golf aside, this event is also known for its great parties that indulge guests in great food and music. Players who make it out of the game will receive a limited-edition gift. The boat ride is best done after sunset for an incredible view of twinkling city lights and the laser show. Board a ferry at Marina South Pier, 31 Marina Coastal Drive. Singapore is dottedÂ with plenty of kid-friendly things to do, see and enjoy with the whole fam.
For a change, catch some amazing award-winning movies from this region that are bound to intrigue, amuse and provoke you. Savour Indian desserts from the famous Moghul Sweet Shop in Little India Arcade, visit temples or find out your fortune from a street-side parrot astrologer. He depicts the human appetite through grotesque elements with black humour. Take a ferry to the island and join the effort this weekend for a two-hour long not more clean up followed by dinner and drinks at Changi village jetty. This year, the annual festival features a special edition to kickstart the Singapore Bicentennial commemoration with pieces that explore our history. Check out our quick picks.
Oh and be sure to catch performances by local talents like State of Resonance, Bear The Remedy, Limerence and Disband. Merlion The Singapore River For more information, visit the here. Photography: Aditi Gaitonde Fernandes All weekend The Civic District and Marina Bay area is bustling with interesting things to do. Kids in tow will love the Kidzworld area, which has a water playground, an obstacle course, farmyard animals and more. Keep an eye on pop-up gig series like The Diarists Sessions too — they often spotlight new and rising talents. One of the highest view points in Singapore, Mount Faber boasts of views of the southern part of Singapore. Come join us at the Singapore Experience Lab, a showcase of Singapore's past, present and future tourism products in the comfort of a conserved shophouse.