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  • Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebrations 2021

    Street Light-Up 23 Jan – 12 Mar 2021 : 7pm – 12mn (Daily) (Along New Bridge Road, Eu Tong Sen Street and South Bridge Road)

    This year\\\’s Street Light-Up will feature sculptured lanterns of oxen, pomelos, pineapples, blossom trees, gold coins and ingots, and more, combining traditions with modern design that will enthral visitors.

    Chinese New Year Short Films 29 Jan – 28 Feb 2021 (Chinatown Festivals Facebook and Instagram pages)

    Enjoy three specially produced short films featuring renowned Chinatown merchants such as Bee Cheng Hiang, Kele and Spring Court. The short films will bring the audience through a journey on the preparation of various Chinese New Year delicacies and how these delicacies came to be associated with the festival and its traditions.

    29 Jan: Spring Court

    14 Feb: Bee Cheng Hiang

    28 Feb: Kele

    Chinatown Chinese New Year 2021 Online Activities 24 Jan – 28 Feb 2021 (Chinatown Festivals Facebook and Instagram pages)

    A series of online activities and giveaways to learn about and celebrate Chinese New Year and its traditions. There will also be Pineapple Tart Making Virtual Workshop with Kele (24 Jan) and an online photo collage activity in early February for some family-bonding fun! Stay tuned to the Chinatown Festivals Facebook and Instagram for details on the photo collage activity. Note: The Pineapple Tart Making Virtual Workshop is now full.

    360 Virtual Tour and Heritage Trail Late January/ Early February – (Chinatown Festivals website –

    The Chinatown 360 Virtual Tour is back for a second edition, featuring the Chinatown Chinese New Year Street Light-Up as we celebrate the Year of the Ox. In addition, you can also enjoy the virtual Heritage Trail within the 360 Virtual Tour, where our volunteer guides will bring you through various points of interests in Chinatown while sharing the culture and heritage of this historic precinct.

  • It’s time to Jalan Jalan with Chingay!

    The highly anticipated annual Chingay Parade will return as a spectacular digital showcase in 2021! Anchoring the digital Chingay 2021 programme is the concept of co-creation with the community campaign, ‘Jalan Jalan with Chingay’, which showcases the diverse local and community talents, and unveils the ‘hidden gems’ amongst us.

    By sharing your creative works through activities like ‘We’ve Got Talent!’ or virtually designing a Chingay float and costumes that signifies hope or reflects our unique multiculturalism, to singing as one community, you can stand a chance to win attractive prizes such as a 3D2N staycation, Lazada e-vouchers worth S$4,000 and a whopping cash prize of (up to) S$16,500!

    More information about the ‘Jalan Jalan with Chingay’ activities and contests are available below.

    D:2 Dance Competition Vol. 1 If you love to dance, D:2 Dance Competition Vol. 1 is the platform for you to express your creativity by fusing Singapore’s local dance cultures in the form of dance genre and styles! Submit your dance videos at by 20 Dec 2020 and stand a chance to win a total cash prize of S$16,500!

    Sing With Me! Let your voice be heard at Chingay 2021 as we sing to the song \\\’As I Believe\\\’ as one community – signifying our hope and strong belief of a brighter future together. Submit a video of yourself singing alone or with your family and friends crooning to ‘As I Believe’ at by 31 Dec 2020, and stand a chance to win 3D2N staycation and attraction tickets (worth more than S$2,000), or get featured in the Chingay 2021 Special Webcast/Telecast on 20 Feb 2021

    We’ve Got Talent! Jumping on the TikTok trend lately? Why not use those talents and submit a one-minute recording of yourself and your friends doing something creative – from dancing to singing, or even pulling a jaw-dropping (but safe) stunt? Share your submissions on Facebook or Instagram with the hashtags #ChingaySG2021 #WeGotTalent2021. Profiles submitting these entries must follow and tag @PAssion Chingay Club on Facebook or @ChingaySingapore on Instagram! Lucky winners will walk away with a 3D2N staycation (worth S$1,000) and Lazada e-vouchers (worth S$4,000). Submit by 31 Dec 2020 for a chance to get featured in the live webcast/telecast on 20 February 2021!

    Let’s Build A Float! As Chingay 2021 is going digital, there won’t be any physical floats. Build your own Chingay float on the Chingay website and jazz it up using your favourite apps or software! All submissions are to be made via Facebook or Instagram with the hashtags #ChingaySG2021 #ChingayFloat included in the post. Remember to follow and tag @PAssion Chingay Club on Facebook or @ChingaySingapore on Instagram! Lucky winners will walk away with a 3D2N staycation (worth S$1,000). Submit by 31 Dec 2020 for a chance to be featured in the live webcast/telecast on 20 February 2021!

    Sew (So) Stylo! Love fashion and playing dress-up? Create a stylish Chingay costume on the Chingay website or use the printable materials provided to do so! All submissions are to be made via Facebook or Instagram with the hashtags #ChingaySG2021 #SewStylo included in the post – don’t forget to follow and tag @PAssion Chingay Club on Facebook or @ChingaySingapore on Instagram while you’re at it. Lucky winners will walk away with a 3D2N staycation (worth S$1,000). Submit by 31 Dec 2020 for a chance to be featured in the live webcast/telecast on 20 February 2021!

  • Chingay 2021 Webcast and Telecast

    The highly anticipated annual Chingay Parade will return as a spectacular digital showcase in 2021!

    Featuring captivating performances through a blend of old and new cultural performances, traditional and emerging art forms, the 49th edition of Chingay promises a feast for the eyes with exhilarating laser shows, and provides a platform for community engagement with its engaging co-creative programmes.

    Themed ‘Light of Hope’ – Singapore’s inaugural digital Chingay will be aired live on television, online and social media channels on 20 February 2021, 8pm – 9pm. In its new digital format, audiences will now be able to tune in from anywhere and everywhere for the first time in 49 years.

    Chingay 2021 continues to be a platform to showcase and promote the dynamism of Singapore’s unique multiculturalism. Over 2,000 performers and 150 organisations will join hands with PA to delight audiences with a new, refreshed digital programme that seeks to elevate the Chingay viewing experience.

    Anchoring the Digital Chingay 2021 programme is the concept of co-creation. A community engagement campaign entitled ‘Jalan Jalan with Chingay’ will showcase the rich diversity of local and community talents, and unveil the ‘hidden gems’ amongst us. Selected submissions from the following programmes will be featured as part of the Digital Chingay 2021 line-up.

  • A Big Fat Greek Christmas

    Celebrate a traditional Greek festive by the famed Singapore River, as the Taverna dishes out an exclusive a la carte Festive menu this December.

    Whet your appetite with a plate of Stuffed Mushroom with classic Halloumi cheese ($18++) on a spread of salad including delicious cherry tomatoes, pomegranate and lettuce. Get your seasonal fix with drool-worthy roasted turkey (35++) with aromatic pine nut, cranberry sauce and natural gravy, accompanied by traditional roasted pork with rice and herb stuffing. Seafood alternative for the main features all-time favourite – grilled salmon with nutty quinoa salad served with creamy lemon sauce. For a wholesome winter flavour, diners can opt for a classic choice of Christmas Log Cake (16++) and a comforting cup of Winter Spiced Latte ($8++), created especially for the season.

    The festive a la carte menu is exclusively available from 1st to 25th December. Make sure to book in advance to reserve the best waterfront seating!

  • The Forbidden House

    Step back in time to 19th-century Riverhouse this Halloween and wend your way through the gated archways and eerie courtyard where you will encounter the spooktacular gastronomy affair.

    [Halloween Photo Contest] Stand a chance to win attractive dining vouchers when you ghouled-up for the night!

    1. Follow and Tag @yinbarsingapore / @mimirestaurantsg / @zorbatavernasg
    2. Ensure that your profile is set to public
    3. Post the shot of your Halloween costume at any of the participating outlets and tag us
    4. Get your friends to follow and tag as well to increase your chances of winning!

    Contest ends on 31st October 2020 at 11:59 pm and the winners will be contacted via PM on 3 November 2020.

    Enjoy the special treats this October!
    ***Red Pepper Padre***
    Spicing up your Halloween with a kick
    Detail: Enjoy the night and sip on the spine-tingling cocktail – Red Pepper Padre as you descend the darkness.
    Date: From 1st October – 31 October
    Outlet: Zorba, Mimi, Yin
    ***Witch Fingers***
    Delicious ghastly little orange nibbles
    Detail: Sink your teeth into the fang-tastic Witch Fingers, that will sure to be a treat for your monstrous craving.
    Date: From 12 October – 31 October
    Outlet: Mimi, Yin
    ***Jack-O’-Lantern Soup***
    Detail: Vampire-Repellent Roasted Pumpkin & Garlic Soup. Start your witching hours right with the frightfully tasty and creamy soup.
    Date: From 12 October – 31 October
    Outlet: Zorba
    Your safety is important to us.
    Our teams are taking stringent measures to maintain the highest standards of health and hygiene at all times, in line with the SG health authorities & CDC’s global protocols – so you can enjoy the dining experience at ease.
    We are currently providing the following measures:
    – Health and Travel Declaration Forms for all guests and colleagues
    – Temperature check for all guests, staff, suppliers and vendors, on a daily basis
    – Hand sanitizer in the dining outlets
    – Increase in frequency of cleaning and disinfection of all operating facilities and tables
    -Safe distancing between each table with no more than 5 guests seated
    – Educating guests and staff on a daily basis.
  • The Great Indian Food Festival 2020

    Indian Restaurants Association Singapore (the “Organiser”) welcomes and celebrates Deepavali with the second iteration of The Great Indian Food Festival (the “Festival”) from 9th to 23rd November 2020.

    Supported by the Singapore Tourism Board, The Great Indian Food Festival showcases and promotes the diversity and appreciation for Indian cuisine. Incorporating elements of eat, play and learn, the Festival hopes to share joy with the community through the sharing of food and imparting of knowledge and skills.

    This year, the Festival brings celebration closer to home through online events and home delivery. It also places a greater spotlight on local businesses at some of the 12 partnering restaurants around Little India.

    Three main highlights of The Great Indian Food Festival are:

    HIGHLIGHT 1 – Celebrate with Treats by Chef Milind Sovani at Home

    One of the key highlights of the Festival is the official Deepavali snack boxes from Gayatri, specially curated by Chef Milind Sovani. The boxes pay tribute to the classics of Deepavali treats with a healthier modern twist handcrafted to precision.

    There are two Deepavali snack boxes available:

    1. The Festival Gift Box: 3 varieties, total 9 pieces of handcrafted sweets including Chef Milind’s signature sweet treat using fresh Alphonso mangos with a twist of white chocolate. Retailing at SGD28 Nett.
    2. Deepawali Luxury Collection: 5 varieties of sweets – total 18 pieces of handcrafted sweets, and 3 types of savour including Kaju Katli, India’s most iconic milk-based, toasted cashew nut sweet layered with thin slivers, and Roasted Almonds, oven roasted almonds dusted with in-house masala mix. Retailing at SGD 84 Nett.

    Call 6294 6294 Or Whatsapp 9424 2070 to order

    HIGHLIGHT 2 – Embark on a Discovery Food Trail of Local Indian Restaurants

    Taste unique dishes available only during Deepavali. Enjoy promotional items and learn more about spices and the history of Little India with partnering restaurants that form The Great Indian Food Festival food trail.

    Highlights of some of the participating restaurants include:

    1. Ananda Bhavan – Special truffle masala dosa, available only at the restaurant.
    2. Gayatri Restaurant – The Great Indian Food Festival official snack boxes.
    3. Jaggi’s – Guess and understand spices used in Indian cuisine in the restaurant’s spice challenge.
    4. Komala Vilas – Travel back in time and learn about one of Singapore’s oldest Indian vegetarian restaurants.
    5. Madras New Woodlands – Featured promotional dishes: Slider | Appam | Bhatura
    6. Muthu’s Curry – Spicy food challenge! Featuring 3 curries with spice level from 1 to 3.

    To participate, download the map and digital passport of the food trail at*

    HIGHLIGHT 3 – Facebook Live Demo with Chef Milind Sovani

    Tune in to Chef Milind Sovani’s Facebook Live stream at where he will share tips to preparing Indian cuisine and insights into the symbolism of food during Deepavali. He will also demonstrate his celebrated recipes in this rare online opportunity. Happening at 11.30am on 21 and 28 November 2020. Log in to for further details.

    COVID-19 Safe Distancing:

    While it is important to foster a sense of community and connection with one another, the Organiser strongly advocates strict adherence to group size and safe distancing measures.

  • Jurong Point Thanks Shoppers for 25 Great Years with Irresistible Deals!

    Jurong Point is giving back to loyal customers to commemorate our 25th year – with irresistible deals for everyone! To share our joy as your trusted shopping destination, Jurong Point gives back with instant cash savings, discounts and prizes to satisfy the foodie, fashionista and homemaker in you.

    Mark your calendars from 7 September to 8 November 2020 and embark on an exclusive shopping itinerary sealed with attractive offers. Shoppers can go on a Belly Adventure with F&B deals ranging from $2.50 tasty treats to exclusive $25 menus at restaurants like Maki San and Soup Restaurant; 25 cent deals for mall-wide savings for UNIQLO or Jurong Point vouchers, and unwind and recharge from $25 with pampering sessions for yourself to feel your best.

    Please see a snapshot of the incredible offers available:

    25% off Jurong Point e-cash Vouchers


    Spend and save even more with $125 Jurong Point e-cash vouchers at $100 from 12 October to 8 November 2020 with a minimum spend of $50 in two same-day receipts
    Lucky Draw for a chance to win more than $20,000 worth of prizesStand a chance to win more than $20,000 worth of prizes with a minimum spend of $25 in a single same-day receipt, with a grand prize of an OSIM Massage Chair and an uAlpine Smart Air Purifier worth $8198
    Embark on a 25-themed Bargain HuntWith deals as low as 25 cents, you may never expect the gems you can find around Jurong Point – from adding a sparkle to your wardrobe, complementing your beauty routine, to completing home essentials
  • C3 Anime Festival Asia Singapore 2019 (#C3AFASG19)

    From the latest Japanese Anime titles to celebrity cosplayers from Japan and the region, expect only the best J-Culture experience and brace yourself for new surprises at C3 Anime Festival Asia Singapore 2019 (#C3AFASG19).

    With premiere screenings, day stage programmes, competitions and dedicated experiential zones, the three-day festival from 29 November to 1 December 2019 will be a celebration of the latest and best curated content and experiences for anime fans and Japanese pop culture enthusiasts.

    Festival-goers can expect new experiential elements, from the inaugural AFA Film Festival, to an all-new AFA Play zone that brings together the best of analog and digital games and competitions related to J-Culture. The highly popular I LOVE ANISONG Anime Music Festival returns with new artiste collaborations and energetic performances to wow every music lover. Collectors can look forward to exclusive merchandise in the Exhibition Hall, hear direct from behind-the-scenes special creators of blockbuster titles, and enjoy a delicious treat at the Food Street before diving back into the action.

    How to get there
    Nearest MRT: Esplanade/ City Hall

  • Pet Street Gang

    Pet Street Gang festival is here to create a special all rounded experience for festival goers! Be it strolling down the lanes of both pet and human merchandises, doing pilate exercise with your pets, learning from experienced experts on pet care, food and nutrition care, workshops; and at the same time savour a fantastic variety of food which ranges from Asian to Western meals, varieties of cocktails, beer, wine, this gives no excuse for all to come together to meet new friends, spending time with family at a place of beauty!

  • AIA Glow Festival

    The world’s most energising wellness and music festival is coming to Singapore.

    In the day, enjoy invigorating yoga flow sessions led by world-class Yogis, wellness and fitness masterclasses curated by Pure Yoga, and indulge in a feel good feast at our marketplace.

    As the sun sets, AIA Glow is transformed into a music festival featuring the hottest international artists and some of the biggest local acts in the city. The AIA Glow Festival is a health and wellness event for the 21st century. It is not about spiritual healing, it is not a retreat.

    We want to create a experience that brings together the most celebrated things in life – health and wellness, food, music and community.

    It is a journey.

    Turn your positive glow from the fitness and wellness activities and wholesome treats and bites into something that radiates from you into the people around you.

    As the sun sets, you’ll see how everything will begin to glow with you as the party atmosphere turns up into a musical feast that feeds your mind, body and soul.

  • ZoukOut 2018

    ZoukOut is Asia’s only dusk ‘til dawn beach party. This dance festival started in 2000 and has been one of Singapore’s highly anticipated annual events since. 

    This year the festival will be headlined by Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, currently ranked No. 2 on the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll. Joining them are none other than Galantis, W&W and recently announced Australia’s Timmy Trumpet, legendary producer Jeffrey Sutorius, and electro house gargantuan, KSHMR.

  • Food & Music Festival ~ Let’s Go Jalan Jalan!

    An inter-generation mega Food & Music Festival taking place at Singapore Turf Club @ Kranji (Carpark B, Next to Kranji MRT) from 16-18 November!

    If you are a food and/or music lover, expect to see more than 100 food and merchanise booths, one will find a vast diversity of tastes in food which will range from the traditional food type like Muah Chee, Peranakan Laska and Chilli Crab to the instagrammable food choice like fried ice cream, salted egg fries and fruity drinks amongst the young!

    The music line-up comprises of various local talents ranges from the established musicians to the young and budding ones! Other activities include pony petting, Go kart rides, Best Dressed Retro Pop Contest, Pyrography, Daily lucky draw and kite painting corner!

    A fantastic festival not to be missed!

  • Singapore Female Festival 2018

    This year’s Singapore Female Festival is themed “Create, Nurture and Transform”. A woman in each stage of her life needs different power to live a happy and successful life. And the Festival is here to help create sparks and empower the women of today.

    Event highlights include Exhibition & Showcase, Festival Village, Forum & Dialogue, Bridal Fashion Runway, Make-up & Hair Show, and Photography Showcase.

    Those love to sweat it out can have fun with Bollywood-style fitness through Bolly Dazz, Latin dance fitness through Zumba, K-pop inspired workout though K-Kardio, or plain old still boxing.

    The festival boasts of top women speakers to inspire modern women. The line-up includes Mrs Universe Singapore 2016 Lynette Tan, LifeSparks Studio founder Charlotte Mizuki, Rock the Naked Truth founder Cheryl Tay, author Lilian Ong, award-winning writer Pauline Loh, and many more.

  • Singapore Toy, Game & Comic Convention 2018

    Singapore Toy, Game & Comic Convention 2018 (STGCC) is celebrating their 10th anniversary on 8 & 9 September, 2018. This is expected to be their biggest event that brings together the best of East and West pop culture. Participants can have fun while dressed as their favorite superhero or video game character!

    The Championships of Cosplay is one of the highlights of STGCC. The winner will represent Singapore at the Crown Championships of Cosplay finals at C2E2 2019 in Chicago, USA.

    Kids will have their time to shine at the Kids’ Cosplay Parade! Your child can come as a princess, warrior, superhero, or villain! The Kids’ Cosplay Parade is open to kids aged 5 to 12 years old. No registration fees needed!

  • Singapore Theatre Festival 2018

    Singapore Theatre Festival is a thrilling theatrical event in which contemporary Singaporean theatre is celebrated through new and original local works.

    Since 2006, Singapore Theatre Festival has presented 33 productions in collaboration with local theatre companies and artists. The festival takes pride in working with undiscovered, emerging and established playwrights like Alfian Sa’at, Eleanor Wong, Huzir Sulaiman, Chong Tze Chien, Ovidia Yu, Joel Tan, and Thomas Lim to bring the very best of Singapore theatre to more audience.


    • Press Gang: S$50 – S$75
    • Supervision: S$50
    • Building a Character: S$45
    • When the Cold Wind Blows: S$45
    • F.E.: S$45
    • One Metre Square: Voices from Sungei Road: S$50 – S$75
    • Faghag: S$50
    • An Actress Prepares: S$45
  • StoryFest 2018

    StoryFest 2018 is an international storytelling festival held in Singapore for the second year in a row. The event features various performances with the following highlights: “Beowulf” by The Telling Theatre, “The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives” by Maimouna Jallow, and “The Illusion of Truth” by Mara Menzies.

    Performances that are suitable for family audience include “Legend of the Nordic Gods” by Jesper la Cour Andersen of Denmark, Magic, “Mystery & Mayhem!” by Mara Menzies of Kenya, and “Story! Story! Story Come!” by Maimouna Jallow of Nairobi.

    There are also workshops and master classes for aspiring storytellers. Free activities like Story Cloth Making and the Story House, which encourage story sharing, listening, and conversations, are just perfect for kids.


  • Singapore International Jazz Festival & The Late Show 2018

    The Singapore International Jazz Festival is back for its fifth year! It is dubbed as one of Asia’s leading music festivals that should not be missed by jazz lovers in Singapore. The festival will feature 30 hours of live music by 12 world-renowned artists. Performances will be conducted across two stages at the Marina Bay Sands.

    Party-goers can enjoy the music until dawn with a more intimate concert set-up at The Late Show on April 6 and 7.


    • The Main Stage on 6 April: Weish; Gogo Penguin; Parov Stelar
    • The Main Stage on 7 April: The Teng Ensemble; Tompi; Lalah Hathaway; Jamie Cullum
    • The Main Stage on 8 April: The Jazz Association Sg Orchestra Led By Jeremy Monteiro; House Of The Gypsies (From The Gypsy Kings Alumni); Brand New Heavies; And Incognito Featuring Omar And Leee Joh
    • The Late Show on 6 April: Tim De Cotta; Soul Ii Soul; Estelle; Drem (Dj)
    • The Late Show on 7 April: Mas1a; Ms. Lauryn Hill; Dj Nu-Mark; Jnr Tirso (Dj)
  • True Colours Festival

    Show your support for artists with disabilities at the True Colours Festival in Singapore! Everyone is welcome to visit the festival grounds at the OCBC Square to enjoy food, drinks, film screenings, and interactive experience.

    The festival is highlighted with a 3-night concert that gathers the world’s most incredible performing artists with disabilities. The amazing line-up includes Australian jazz crooner Tony Dee, violinist Adrian Anantawan from Canada, Malaysian rock group Caliph Buskers, international street dance crew ILL-Abilities, Singaporean pianist Dr Azariah Tan, celebrated ballet dancers Ma Li & Zhai Xiaowei from China, and France’s Got Talent 2016 second runner up Aliénette Coldfire from the Philippines.

  • i Light Marina Bay 2018

    Be dazzled with this year’s i Light Marina Bay! This amazing lights show is considered as Asia’s leading sustainable light art festival with 22 light art installations by local and international artists. The event aims to promote sustainable habits in daily living. There are also fringe activities for festival goers to enjoy. Admission is free!

  • Garden Beats Festival 2018

    Garden Beats is an electronic picnic festival that offers a multi-sensory experience of music, food, and fun games. The main stage is where you can dance all the day to the mixes by international and local DJ’s like Youngr Live, Pomo Live, andhim, Hernandez Bros, and .gif.

    If you feel hungry, head to the culinary fields where you can find pop-up stalls of Singapore’s hippest restaurants. Let out your inner child and have some fun through a quick game of lawn bowling or croquet at the play fields.

  • Rang Barsay – Festival of Colours

    Celebrate the Hindu Holi spring festival at Rang Barsay in Sentosa! This annual event is dubbed as the biggest Holi color party in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Join the fun in a day of food and music to celebrate the Hindu festival of love and colors. 7,000 revelers are expected to attend so it’s surely going to be a big rocking beach party!

  • St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival Singapore 2018

    St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival promises a full day of music, food, drinks, fun, and good vibes at The Meadow – the perfect venue with the iconic Marina Bay Sands at the background. The 2018 line-up of artists includes international acts Amy Shark, Billie Eilish, Bonobo, AlexTBH, Heals and many more. They will be joined by Singapore’s very own Amateur Takes Control, Masia, Obedient Wives Club, Tim de Cotta, and The Lion City Boy.

  • Pongal Harvest Festival

    Pongal is a traditional Indian harvest festival that is also celebrated in Singapore. It is the farmers’ way of giving thanks to Surya, the Sun God and giver of life. During the festival, Little India becomes a hub of activities that celebrates Indian culture. Look out for bargains at the mini village along Campbell Lane or cultural performances and street light-up at Kinta Road.

  • Pets Jingle

    This holiday season, enjoy Christmas together with your beloved pets at the largest pets lifestyle festival in Singapore. Pets Jingle features product booths, stage programmes, and healthcare seminars for both humans and pets. There will also be a special Christmas Tree light up to commemorate departed pets.

  • ZoukOut 2017

    ZoukOut is dubbed as Asia’s biggest dance music festival. Join thousands of revelers in this 2-night dusk ‘til dawn beach party at Sentosa! This year’s line-up includes Amelie Lens, Axwell and Ingrosso, Claptone, DJ Snake, Flume, and many, many, more.

  • Christmas Wonderland 2017

    Christmas Wonderland 2017 is the 4th edition of the grandest yuletide fair in Singapore. For 26 days in December, an area of 57,000 sq. m. at Gardens by the Bay is transformed into a magical festival of lights, food, and fun for the whole family.
    Highlights include the Festive Market, snow playground and ice rink, Luminarie light sculpture display, Santa’s Grotto, plus thrilling carnival rides.

  • Let’s Go Jalan Jalan 2017

    Let’s Go Jalan Jalan is a food and music festival that showcases live entertainment and more than 100 varieties of food. Festival goers can indulge in local favorites like Tutu Kueh, Mee Siam, and Goreng Pisang. Other attractions include a heritage trail, live culinary workshop, and fun games.

    Free shuttle service is provided from Seah Im Carpark and Labrador Park MRT Station (Exit A).

  • The Giving Family Festival

    The Giving Family Festival is organized by TOUCH Community Services for the benefit of more than 28,000 individuals in need. Families and friends can enjoy fun games, exhilarating rides, live workshops, and shopping for treats and goodies! It’s a great way to spend the weekend while supporting a worthy cause.

  • Halloween Horror Nights 7

    Halloween Horror Nights is arguably the most popular Halloween event in Singapore. Once again, Universal Studios will be transformed into a big horror park. This year, Halloween Horror Nights will feature icons that represent the 7 deadly sins. Thrill seekers can amp up their horrifying experience through 5 haunted houses, 2 scare zones, 2 world-class shows, and the first ever Zombie Laser Tag.

  • O.P.E.N. Picnic

    O.P.E.N. Picnic is a pop-up culinary showcase spearheaded by Lebanese chef, Kamal Mouzawak. Four chefs from Beirut will present their Lebanese culinary innovations for Singapore foodies. Bring your picnic mats and take part in this fun food exchange with your family and friends.

  • Gateway Theatre Opening Festival

    The much-awaited opening of the Gateway Theatre in Singapore is finally here! This 3-day festival is filled with various art performances, stand-up comedy, local films, and workshops. Highlights include a live performance by The Steve McQueens, comedy by couple Rishi and Sharul, and dance show by T.H.E. Dance Company.


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