Each installation explores a topic Singapore youths like us care about, and the more you interact with them, the more they‘ll reveal.
This National Gallery Singapore exhibition lets you journey through time and hear the stories within City Hall's historical walls.
We all know Deliveroo for delivering our favourite eats right to our doorstep, but they’ve since pushed the envelope to go from online to offline.
Taking underground music to a whole new level is The Kave HQ. This underground watering hole hosts music performances somewhere in the woods of Bukit Timah.
Axe Factor at The Grandstand is Singapore's first indoor axe throwing range with up to 10 lanes equipped with with real axes for you to master your skills.
Tucked away in a former office space and hidden away from the city is Chez Vous: HideAway – which bills itself as Singapore’s most Instagrammable salon.
Private dining experiences are emerging here once more. It’s not difficult to understand why as Singaporeans would prefer home cooking instead.
Conveniently located 5 minutes from Tanjong Pagar MRT, Boulder Movement is the one and only climbing gym that is located in the CBD.
Like its predecessor, admission is completely free, and it'll run from 4pm - 11pm every single day.
If you're able to block off a couple of hours in your day, check into these Japanese spas and onsens instead to zen out and pamper yourself!
Reprovisions - a newly opened zero-waste bulk store in Jurong Point. Customers are expected to bring their own reusable package to bag their items
From online to offline, habitat by honestbee - the world's first tech-integrated multi-sensory grocery and dining destination of its kind.
From March 2019 onwards, Singaporeans and travellers can look forward to the opening of Pokemon Centre at Jewel Changi Airport.
Nestled within the quaint neighbourhood of Ann Siang Hill, White Label Records is a hip record store by day and transforms into a bar by night.
For the uninitiated, it's is a social initiative that allows you to experience the life of a visually impaired person.
Come November, you’ll have chance to be a kid again because SuperPark is coming to town. Offering more than 20 activities, there’s something for everyone.
I grabbed a couple of my colleagues to attend a class at Kapap Academy which teaches a form of Israeli hand-to-hand combat developed for the military.
Holey Moley — a half mini golf, half bar concept from Australia — is making its way to Singapore at the end of the year.
Canteen 398 has been sitting on the chopping board for development since 2012 as Seletar is being developed into an aerospace hub.
If you’re tired of looking for love in the usual places, then this singles-only event by comedy club The Merry Lion just might be the wingman you need.