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Local Tip Simply spend S$20 and above at The Shoppes, Artscience Museum or purchase 2 tickets at the Sands or Grand Theaters and enjoy 6 hours of free parking Mon to Thu (Please redeem before 5pm).
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When Indians celebrate, the streets of Little India burst with bright colours, busy stalls, tasty foods and wonderful traditions. Deepavali, also...more »
With the Singapore Food Festival having just ended, we’re still very hungry and always ready to chow down into Singapore’s best local food. But if you've only had one meal to try in Singapore,...more »
Singapore is such a vibrant place to visit! This July not only you can refresh your look at the Great Singapore Sale, taste some fantastic food at...more »
Looking for a spooky fun time for this Halloween weekend? Check this! 1/ Universal Studio presents Halloween Horror Nights. 2/ On Sentosa Island as well, the whole of Fort Siloso will be turned into a horror village during the Sentosa Spooktacular 2014. 3/ No need to mention Clarke Quay, which will be invaded by the most terrifying... more »
Equator Art Projects is pleased to present the first solo exhibition by Indonesian artist, Bambang ‘Toko’ Witjaksono, in Singapore. For his upcoming show, Bambang Toko has produced a new series of work experimenting with the techniques of traditional batik making. A well-recognised figure in contemporary Indonesian art, Bambang Toko... more »
Equator Art Projects is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Singapore artist, Willy Tay. For his first solo show after a long period of rarely exhibiting, Tay has produced five new works that will be displayed in the Project Room. These paintings reveal the gradual evolution of his style and new approaches to this medium. For this new... more »
The Singapore Book Publishers Association (SBPA) holds every year the well-established Rights Fair and a popular Publishing Symposium during the Singapore Writers Festival. The Publishing Symposium is an excellent opportunity for aspiring and confirmed authors to master their writing skills with some of the interesting panels such as... more »
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