From 27 September to 31 October, Singapore’s largest and most iconic Halloween event, USS Halloween Horror Nights, is back for its eighth edition.
Every year before Christmas, Orchard Road will decked out in the prettiest of lights and glittery decor thanks to Christmas on a Great Street.
Come 21 September 2018, gather your friends and family and head over to Gillman Barracks for a night of good food and great fun!
Southeast Asia's biggest sand festival, Sentosa Sandsation, is set to return bigger and better from 1 - 16 September in a never-before seen MARVEL Edition.
From 27 August to 3 September 2018, Tiong Bahru Bakery will be handing out free croissants and coffee from their turquoise kiosk outside ION Orchard.
All Singapore residents will get free entry into Sentosa as the island gears up for the Sentosa Sandsation: MARVEL Edition!
Neon Lights has been one of the biggest events on the local live music calendar. Crowds have thronged to this festival to enjoy the biggest names in the world of indie music.
Well, if you're looking for something new and exciting, there are plenty of places to go in Singapore that offers a thrilling experience.
Happening over 2 weekends, 17 to 19 August and 24 to 25 August 2018, the MOX Parade will be taking over the space at SOTA level 1!
The food festival spans 2 days, 31 August to 1 September 2018, at The Lawn @ Marina Bay and most importantly, ENTRY IS FREE!
With so much to eat, drink, do and listen to, the bites & vibes pop-up block party looks set to be a great way to spend Sunday!
Another National Day might have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean that the celebrations have to stop.
What if we tell you that you could abseil off a block of HDB flats safely and without breaking any laws?
POPsicle 2018 is Singapore's first ever meme-themed party, featuring a lineup of resident DJs from Singapore's hottest clubs.
Happening from 17 to 25 August 2018, the Singapore Night Festival returns for its 11th edition, once again taking over the Bras Basah.Bugis precinct. Over a span of 9 days, the area transforms into a midsummer celebration, with dance performances and art installations for festival-goers.
If classic shots of Singapore's skyline and landmarks aren't your thing, keep reading. So we're here to save your Instagram feed from being #basic. We found a couple of Instagram-worthy places along the Downtown Line so you can up your photography game.
There’s going to be another lunar eclipse happening! However, with Singapore being a well-developed city, our light pollution is intense, so it might be hard to find a good spot to get a good look and photo. So here are some places that might be dark enough to enjoy the lunar eclipse in all its scarlet glory.
Running low on data? Bout to hit your data limit for the month? From now till mid September 2018, DBS is offering FREE Wi-Fi service on board 16 buses as part of the #DBSturns50 celebrations! All you have to do is spot the DBS print on the 16 buses.
Are you a cinephile? Do you "curate" movies to watch? If there's nothing currently showing in the cinemas that interests you, how about going to a pop up cinema? Organised by Funzing and Popcorn, the Popcorn Pop Up Cinema takes place on multiple days in a week, at multiple locations, each playing a different movie.
If you've participated in the OCBC Cycle, then you might want to test yourself with this upcoming cycling event, the Downtown Race 2018. Happening on 19 August 2018, the Downtown Race will take place in a carpark! That's right, it's uphill all the way, sweetie.