Rise against racism by joining the Orange Ribbon Walk! Participants will walk 3.8 kilometres along Singapore’s famous landmarks as the sun sets over Marina Bay. Orange Ribbon Walk is organized by OnePeople.sg.
Run for Beer 2017 is Singapore’s Hoppiest Run! The inaugural edition of this event celebrates friendship, bonding and active living through the common love for beer. It is the city’s largest beer-related running event held at Clarke Quay’s Fountain Square.
It will take runners through a breezy 3.2km route along the Singapore River, showcasing some of Singapore’s iconic landmarks such as the Raffles Landing Site, Boat Quay and Cavenagh Bridge. The route’s finish line will bring runners back to Clarke Quay where they will be ‘rewarded’ with beer and exclusive F&B discounts at various merchant partners.
The Fountain Square will also feature a host of post-run activities that include live band performances, stage games and more.
Early Bird (till 24/09/2017)
– Individual (to win 1 beer): $45/pax
– Individual (to win 2 beers): $48/pax
– Group of 4 or more (to win 1 beer): $35/pax
– Group of 4 or more (to win 2 beers): $38/pax
Regular (25/09/2017 to 17/10/2017)
– Individual (to win 1 beer): $55/pax
– Individual (to win 2 beers): $58/pax
– Group of 4 or more (to win 1 beer): $45/pax
– Group of 4 or more (to win 2 beers): $48/pax
NOTE: You can run, jog, walk, crawl, roll, hop, skip or jump. Actually, do whatever you like. Just complete the route to get your beer. The event is non-competitive and neither is the drinking.
EVENT WEBSITE: http://runforbeer.com.sg/
Go hungry and have your fill of the delicious dishes! The Yummy Food Expo showcases an abundance of mouthwatering food choices (more than 1000 dishes) from over 150 F&B manufacturers and suppliers. Great for family bonding and group food tripping! Admission is free.
Dreamworks Day Singapore is the first ever Dreamworks Day event in Asia. Bring the whole family and meet your favorite Dreamworks characters like Shrek, Po the Kung Fu Panda, and the cast of Madagascar. The merriment starts with a fun run and features a Dreamworks Carnival. Freebies await all fun run registrants!
Carnival by the Straits promises a lot of fun and enjoyment for the whole family! Go on the fun rides, get splashed in the water activities, indulge in the variety of food choices, or join the parent and child look-alike contest! Bring your shades and sunblock and make the most of the sun, sea, and sand!
The DBS Marina Regatta is dubbed as Singapore’s Biggest water sports festival. Highlights include dragon boat races, Battle Bay water obstacle, outdoor yoga, flea markets, and ULTRA countdown party. Get in for free and indulge in the abundance of food and drinks offered by local partners.
Experience an exhibition of the largest collection of Disneyana toys and memorabilia at the MINT Museum of Toys. This month is the last chance for you to heighten your sense of imagination with the huge collection of vintage toys from over 40 countries around the world. You’d witness an artistic display of famous character toys like Tin Tin and Astroboy displayed across the basement, rooftop and four thematic levels of the museum.
Let the inner scientist in your kid shine through at the KidsSTOP. The KidsSTOP event caters to children aged 18 months to 8 years and seeks to improve the skills of inquiry, investigation and innovation in kids. This enlightening event, which is managed by Science Centre Singapore, uses interactive play to show children the wonders of Science, Engineering, Technology and Maths.
At KidsSTOP your kid(s) can engage in safe learning and fun spot activities. Your kids will enjoy workshops and courses carried out using the latest technological toys. They’ll also enjoy an Oceans’ Buddies Exhibit by Pilot Pen to show them the importance of marine conservation.
Fans of Japanese food should not miss out on this yummy event – a chance to taste an authentic piece of Hokkaido cuisine right in Singapore.
You will surely fall in love with the seafood dishes offered there such as King crab bento, Jumbo king crab croquettes, grilled scallops and squids, and salmon belly. End your fair dining experience on a sweet note with Melon soft ice cream, Matcha milk cream puff, Pikata roll or Chocolate roll.
If you visit this winter fair on 1 and 2 January 2017, you will have chance to buy Fukubukuro Lucky Bags at $150 each, which is worth $300.
Silent Disco Asia will be holding their New Year’s Eve party at Kult Kafe, a fantastic outdoor space situated within the grounds of an old colonial building positioned on the top of Emily Hill. They offer a sumptuous selection of drinks including a range of imported beers and ales.
If you’ve not attended a Silent Disco party yet, then this is what to expect: Imagine a room full of dancing party-goers, all wearing individual wireless headsets that are glowing brightly in either red, green or blue – raving to music that only they can hear and with the dance floor transformed into an immersive and interactive light installation controlled by you.
At a Silent Disco Asia party there are three DJs, all playing different styles of music. Party-goers are able to flick between the different channels on their individual headsets. There could be disco grooves on the green channel, house music on the blue channel, and rock music on the red channel – it’s up to you to decide what tunes you want to bounce to.
– Mega Early Bird (with 1 drink): S$25
– Early Bird (with 1 drink): S$35
– Standard ticket (with 1 drink): S$45
Purchase ticket online at http://silentnye2016.peatix.com/