You can save on that flight ticket to Taiwan as Shilin Night Market is coming to Singapore for the very first time this April!
It's the last weekend of the year and to make it count, head out and have a blast at these exciting events instead. Here are 7 events to usher in 2019.
Taking place over two weekends in January at Downtown East, Eatbox is described by its organisers as a “boutique edition of Artbox”.
We’ve already seen two instalments of Twilight: Flea & Feast this year, but it looks like the indoor bazaar will be making a third appearance in 2018.
Previously known as Pop Up Night, the inaugural Island Lights 2018 returns just in time for the year-end festivities.
Changi Airport is bringing the Wizarding World to you starting from 16 November 2018 up until February 2019. A Harry Potter-themed Christmas? Wicked!
In support of URA's Kampong Glam Heritage Day Out on 24th November, Arab street will be closed to host a series of activities fit for the entire family.
Like its predecessor, admission is completely free, and it'll run from 4pm - 11pm every single day.
Whether you’re new to the scene or a seasoned sneakerhead, the Street Superior Festival 2018 is the place to be this weekend.
The cavalcade of characters that is the spectacular production by The Great Moscow Circus is finally in Singapore for the first time in over a decade.
This October and November, gear up for Singapore River Festival 2018 (SRF) as it kicks off its fourth edition that’s bound to be bigger and better.
i Light Marina Bay festival will return with a special i Light Singapore - Bicentennial Edition from 28 January to 24 February - biggest edition since 2010.
Step into the Neon Jungle after dark and spot the wildlife Illuminated in the urban oasis. Enjoy a host of exciting programmes at Gardens By The Bay this October.
Mark your calendars for 7 - 9 December as GTFO! (Get The Fun Out) Festival is bringing a massive obstacle course, food and live music to Sentosa.
Tanjong Pagar Urban Park will transform into a “Japanese Train. Japan Rail Café will be hosting a train-themed event called Autumn in the Train.
“Let’s Go Jalan Jalan!” is a food and music festival that brings all the most iconic things about Singapore – both new and old – to one place.
There’s going to be an overwhelming number of things to do, so we’ve once again rounded up five things that you should totally put on your to-do list
Another Thai-inspired flea market called CMYK: The Shade Of Young Enterprise is making their way to our shores.
The festival will return for its 10th edition this October, showcasing six independent films over nine days.