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Saturdays @ACM
Saturdays @ACM
OUTBOUND

OUTBOUND

OUTBOUND is a new initiative that reimagines transitional spaces and key entrances at the Gallery Through a series of unique artwork commissions, developed in collaboration with leading artists from around the world. Ongoing (All Day) | National Gallery Singapore @Various … Continue reading

ExxonMobil Campus Concerts Season 2/2021

ExxonMobil Campus Concerts Season 2/2021

Join us this season to explore new worlds through ExxonMobil Campus Concerts As we take you on a journey across artforms and new ways of thinking. Monday, 25 January – Friday, 9 April 2021 | Various Locations | Free/Free with … Continue reading

Guided Highlight Tours at Malay Heritage Centre

Guided Highlight Tours at Malay Heritage Centre

The Malay Heritage Centre showcases the history, culture and contributions of the Malay community within the context of Singapore’s history and multi-cultural society. The six permanent galleries are home to a collection of interesting artefacts that support its focus on … Continue reading

French Guided Tour at Asian Civilisations Museum

French Guided Tour at Asian Civilisations Museum

Asian Civilisations Museum focuses on the historical connections between Asian cultures and explores art that blends these different ideas, different religions, languages, and creative forms. French guided tour, 3rd Thursday every month | 11 am |  30 – 45 min | … Continue reading

Art & History Tour at Gillman Barracks

Art & History Tour at Gillman Barracks

Uncover exciting contemporary art whilst getting an introduction to the history of Gillman Barracks. An opportunity to appreciate artworks by established and emerging local and international artists, learn about their practices, techniques, and what inspires them. This tour will visit … Continue reading

One Hour Permanent Gallery Tour at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall

One Hour Permanent Gallery Tour at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall

The Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, also known as Wan Qing Yuan, reopened to the general public on October 10, 2011, after undergoing a year’s renovation under the National Heritage Board. This reopening coincides with the centennial anniversary of … Continue reading

Wan Qing Festival of Spring 2021

Wan Qing Festival of Spring 2021

Usher in the Year of the Ox at the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall’s Lunar New Year celebrations! Wan Qing Festival of Spring 2021 presents an exciting line-up of family-friendly offerings such as lion dance and festive drum workshops, … Continue reading

LIGHT TO NIGHT FESTIVAL

LIGHT TO NIGHT FESTIVAL

The Light to Night Festival returns in January 2021! This festival will be celebrated across five Civic District cultural institutions! Light to Night illuminates and excites the Civic District once again in 2021, this time offering a redefined, hybrid experience. 22 … Continue reading

Friday with Friends!

Friday with Friends!

Join us for a series of free Friday evening talks offering fascinating insights into diverse topics. Due to the current restrictions these events are held online via Zoom. Please register for each event individually by using the link provided below. Friday, … Continue reading

Urang Banjar: Heritage and Culture of the Banjar in Singapore

Urang Banjar: Heritage and Culture of the Banjar in Singapore

Urang Banjar: Heritage and Culture of the Banjar in Singapore is the fifth installment in MHC’s ‘Se-Nusantara’ series of community co-curated exhibitions and programs on the ethnic-cultural and diversity of the Malay community in Singapore. This year, the exhibition focuses … Continue reading

Red Dot Marina Bay Art And Design Guide

Red Dot Marina Bay Art And Design Guide

Marina Bay Art & Design Guide Singapore’s Marina Bay waterfront is surrounded by attractions and best explored on foot or by bicycle. Red Dot Marina Bay Art & Design Guide lists the best attractions noteworthy for their art and design … Continue reading

Family Fun at the National Museum

Family Fun at the National Museum

Here at the National Museum of Singapore, there are many exciting ways for the whole family from children to grandparents alike to discover Singapore’s rich history together. Join us for a full day of family programmes on the dates listed … Continue reading

Public Art at Esplanade

Public Art at Esplanade

By presenting both permanent and site-specific contemporary visual arts in the public spaces around Esplanade, we consciously engineer opportunities for visitors to experience such works as they are walking to and through the center. These artworks complement the main festivals … Continue reading

International Days at Science Centre Singapore

International Days at Science Centre Singapore

Raise Awareness, Inspire Solutions Science Centre Singapore is committed to promoting interest, learning, and creativity in science and technology through an imaginative and enjoyable experience. Various Dates | Online The International Days at Science Centre Singapore is a new initiative … Continue reading

Kids Water Playground at Singapore Sports Hub

Kids Water Playground at Singapore Sports Hub

The Singapore Sports Hub is where all things fun and exciting come together And amidst the running tracks, skate parks and indoor climbing courses lies a children’s wonderland. Daily | 8 am – 10 pm | Singapore Sports Hub @Kids … Continue reading

Visual Notes: Actions and Imaginings

Visual Notes: Actions and Imaginings

For the second phase of Visual Notes: Actions and Imaginings, the prep-room project sees a continued examination of modern/contemporary artist Jimmy Ong’s practice, delving into the liquid identities the artist and his constructed personas inhabit. Daily until 26 June 2021 | Free admission | NUS … Continue reading

Wishful Images: When Microhistories Take Form

Wishful Images: When Microhistories Take Form

Wishful Images: When Microhistories Take Form explores the impact of contemporary geopolitical realities recapitulated under the Asian Cold War through a re-historicization of the past into the present. Daily until 25 December 2021 | Free Entry | NUS Museum Together … Continue reading

tropics, a many (con)sequence

tropics, a many (con)sequence

tropics, a many (con)sequence locates Kent Chan’s film Seni as the exhibition’s locus, inquiring on the tropical imaginary that continues to frame aesthetics and artistic identities.  Ongoing until, 26 June 2021 | Free with registration | NUS Museum Converging on cinematic languages and … Continue reading

Home Truly

Home Truly

Home, Truly: Growing Up with Singapore, 1950s to the Present The National Museum of Singapore presents Home, Truly: Growing Up With Singapore, the 1950s to the Present in collaboration with The Straits Times, as part of the newspaper’s 175th anniversary. … Continue reading

Tourism Calender in Singapore

Tourism Calender in Singapore

A complete guide to Festivals & Events in Singapore, including all links for more information and sorted by month they usually take place. Due to covid-19, 2021 is gonna be a bit different, so please make sure to always check … Continue reading

The Learning Forest

The Learning Forest

The Learning Forest is located in the new Tyersall-Gallop Core of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. It is designed to integrate with the existing 6-hectare Rain Forest to form an enlarged forest habitat. The Learning Forest features a network of boardwalks … Continue reading

Singapore Botanic Gardens Seed Bank

Singapore Botanic Gardens Seed Bank

Opened on 13 July 2019, the Singapore Botanic Gardens Seed Bank is a conservation, research and education facility in the Singapore Botanic Gardens, that focuses on conserving plant species by preserving the seeds and germplasm of plants in Southeast Asia. … Continue reading

SBG Heritage Museum

SBG Heritage Museum

The 240sqm SBG Heritage Museum is located in Holttum Hall, which is next to Botany Centre in the Tanglin Core of the Gardens. Built in 1921 to serve as the Director of the Gardens’ office and laboratory, the two-storey building … Continue reading

CDL Green Gallery

CDL Green Gallery

Developed and donated by CDL, the 314sqm CDL Green Gallery is a new eco-friendly building sited on Holttum Lawn. It is conceptualized as an extension of the Heritage Museum and will feature botanical- or greening-related exhibits that will be changed … Continue reading

Healing Garden

Healing Garden

The Healing Garden showcases over 400 varieties of plants used medicinally. It is laid out thematically relating to component parts of the body such as head, respiratory and reproductive systems. Spread over 2.5 hectares, this garden is designed as a … Continue reading

Community Fun Daily

Community Fun Daily

Stay active and make use of our free outdoor facilities such as our outdoor basketball courts, beach volleyball courts, giant outdoor chess set, and lawn bowls. Daily  7 am – 10 pm SPORTS HUB HARD COURTS Perfect for outdoor basketball … Continue reading

Shopping in Marina Bay

Shopping in Marina Bay

Here is our shopping guide to Marina Bay, a must-visit destination with a huge array of retail options waiting to be discovered. Esplanade Mall Over at the arts and cultural center of Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, browse modern jewelry … Continue reading

Aliwal Tracks

Aliwal Tracks

December 2020 – March 2021 | Aliwal Art Centre  Aliwal Tracks is a video web series programme that invites viewers to explore the nuanced sounds around Kampong Gelam. Featuring online programmes including virtual exhibition, behind-the-scenes videos and digital performances, meander … Continue reading

Singapore, Very Old Tree

Singapore, Very Old Tree

Ageing gracefully through decades, trees create a sense of collective identity across generations. Against our changing landscape of modern skyscrapers and high-rise buildings, they stand steadfast as living memoirs of Singapore’s shared heritage. Ongoing Daily | 10 am – 7 … Continue reading

Singapore History Gallery

Singapore History Gallery

The Singapore History Gallery’s updated narrative charts the development of the island as it was known through the years as Singapura, a Crown Colony, Syonan-To, and finally, Singapore. Ongoing | Daily from 10 am – 7 pm | Free admission … Continue reading

Museum From Home

Museum From Home

SAM has joined the global #MuseumFromHome movement. See, read, listen, and explore art and programs from home. Ongoing | Singapore Art Museum Experience Experience SAM’s virtual galleries on Google Arts and Culture. We invite you to see our artworks, visit … Continue reading

The Path I Pursue by Ho Ho Ying

The Path I Pursue by Ho Ho Ying

Driven by self-reflection, spontaneity and freedom of gesture, Ho Ho Ying championed the path towards abstraction in Singapore in the 1960s. For over five decades, his art and writings have been integral to furthering the development and discourses of art. … Continue reading

In Order

In Order

In Order investigates the concepts of cyclical and linear time and the notion of temporality as intrinsic to understanding life and existence. When the COVID-19 pandemic struck and disrupted daily life, Fiona Seow began developing new routines to establish a … Continue reading

Online Exhibition in Singapore

Online Exhibition in Singapore

Online Exhibition by National Library From the Stacks: Highlights of the National Library Discover early Singapore from a fresh perspective through over 100 highlights from the National Library’s collection of rare publications, manuscripts, documents, maps, photographs and more at this … Continue reading

Memories of Two Cities

Memories of Two Cities

Singapore has a long history that dates back more than 700 years ago. After the founding of a British trading post on the island in 1819, Singapore developed into a thriving entrepot characterised by cultural diversity. The Singapore component of … Continue reading

The News Gallery: Beyond Headlines

The News Gallery: Beyond Headlines

Explore the fascinating yet bewildering world of news media at our permanent exhibition The News Gallery: Beyond Headlines. Discover stories of Singapore newspapers in the National Library’s collection dating from the 1820s and learn about significant episodes from Singapore’s history … Continue reading

Chance Encounters

Chance Encounters

Consistent with Yeo Shih Yun’s long-standing fascination with spontaneous gestures, random occurrences, and use of unconventional tools, the seven ink drawings in Chance Encounters were created according to a set of rules devised by the artist. Friday – Sunday | … Continue reading

Diver(sea)ty

Diver(sea)ty

In his practice, the works of Mulyana are driven by global and environmental crises, articulating his concerns with daily life and current issues. Friday – Sunday | 11 December 2020 – 2 May 2021 | All-day | Esplanade Concourse | … Continue reading

Visions of the Future

Visions of the Future

Visions of the Future is a curated showcase of seven designs by emerging Singaporean designers. Each design has been hand-selected for its visionary approach to current issues, with key focuses of the showcase looking at the improvement of health and … Continue reading

An Old New World: Digital Edition

An Old New World: Digital Edition

The exhibition offers two modes of navigation – guided and self-exploratory. In the former, you will be taken on a specially curated exploration of featured artefacts and the surrounding showcases while listening to narrations by Curators Daniel Tham and Iskander … Continue reading

Moving Memories

Moving Memories

Moving Memories, 2017 Presented by the National Museum of Singapore Moving Memories presents seven of Yip Yew Chong’s life-sized murals which seek to express the romance of “places and moments… that blend sights, sounds, smell and tastes”. Ongoing | 10 am … Continue reading

‘Sub/merged’ by Finbarr Fallon

‘Sub/merged’ by Finbarr Fallon

SAM Hoarding Commission: ‘Sub/merged’ by Finbarr Fallon In Sub/merged, artist Finbarr Fallon responds to the site of Singapore Art Museum, located in Singapore’s Bras Basah.Bugis Precinct. He draws inspiration from the history of the area to imagine a subterranean city of … Continue reading

CosmicWander

CosmicWander

How do we perceive the world today in all its seen, unseen, and imagined dimensions? Does the body continue to play the role of a medium to connect with our surroundings and an archive for personal/collective memories, or has it … Continue reading

An Unnatural History at Singapore Art Museum

An Unnatural History at Singapore Art Museum

The Singapore Art Museum at 8Q resides in the former Catholic High School. This site-specific mural draws on imagination and heritage to question the histories surrounding the area, and reflect on the museum’s role as a re-teller of official narratives. … Continue reading

Connecting People and Plants Exhibition

Connecting People and Plants Exhibition

Connecting Plants and People : A Century and More of Gardening Contributions Go on a journey through Singapore’s gardening history. For over a century, the Singapore Botanic Gardens, among others, has contributed to nurturing a gardening nation. Key among the … Continue reading

My Town

My Town

PIP is new to your town and hopes you can show him around. What does your town look like? Who are your friends? Let’s draw them out! Monday – Sunday, 28 December 2020 – 28 March 2021 | 11 am … Continue reading

World Of Plants at Garden by the Bay

World Of Plants at Garden by the Bay

Explore A Beautiful Botanical World That’s Intriguing And Always Full Of Surprises Discover something new around every corner at the World of Plants. Venture into this realm of lush greenery and learn all about the spectacular myriad of tropical plants … Continue reading

Sun Pavilion at Garden by the Bay

Sun Pavilion at Garden by the Bay

Be Transported To Some Of The World’s Most Dynamic Drylands And Deserts. Take a walk through the Sun Pavilion and marvel at the amazing desert-like landscapes. With over 1,000 desert plants comprising some 100 different species and varieties, the Sun … Continue reading

THE CANYON at Garden by the Bay

THE CANYON at Garden by the Bay

Come Marvel at Rocks of Wonder at the Canyon Bigger, ‘boulder’, and more beautiful. Here’s your opportunity to discover The Canyon, the Gardens’ newest attraction featuring the largest collection of sculptural rocks along a 400-meter-long dragon-shaped trail. Open daily | … Continue reading

Heritage Gardens at Garden by the Bay

Heritage Gardens at Garden by the Bay

Bringing the history of Singapore to life through the fascinating story of plants. Learn about Singapore’s diverse history and culture, told through the fascinating story of plants in the Heritage Gardens. Walk around the four themed gardens and discover how … Continue reading

Family Fridays

Family Fridays

ArtScience Museum has resumed selected on-site programmes, including hands-on workshops, public guided tours and ArtScience on Screen. In light of the safe management measures, the capacity for each programme is limited. Please refer to the respective programme page for more … Continue reading

Workshop Planet or Plastic?

Workshop Planet or Plastic?

Planet or Plastic? Make Your Own Tut: Drop-in Sessions A hands-on workshop that encourages young visitors to create their own version of everybody’s favourite sea turtle, Tut. They will get creative and explore ways to upcycle discarded materials by giving … Continue reading

Bay East Garden

Bay East Garden

Welcome to a world of serenity at bay east garden by the waterfront Step into a picturesque world where beautiful pavilions, lush wide-open lawns and elegant palm trees await. With glorious views of the Marina Bay skyline, Bay East Garden … Continue reading

Serene Garden

Serene Garden

A FUSION OF BOTANY AND CULTURE ON THE EQUATOR Gardens by the Bay’s new outdoor garden attraction, Serene Garden, is a unique horticultural garden inspired by the minimalist concept of Japanese zen gardens. A tranquil 2-hectare space located just a … Continue reading

Guided Tours Every Saturday at Botanic Garden

Guided Tours Every Saturday at Botanic Garden

Our volunteers conduct different tours each weekend (held on Saturdays, except on the 5th Saturday of the month). These walking tours are free so pick one and bring your family and friends for a fun and educational day out! Please … Continue reading

U Sports Running interests group

U Sports Running interests group

Every Wednesday | 7.15 pm (Please arrive at 7 pm for registration) 1st & 3rd Wednesday | Novena Velocity (Outdoor Court) 2nd & 3rd Wednesday | One Marina Boulevard Sessions are free for all and workouts to range from basic … Continue reading

Get Fit with U Sports – Free bi-monthly online events

Get Fit with U Sports – Free bi-monthly online events

Introducing Get Fit with U Sports where members get access to bi-monthly fitness sessions and on-the-spot advice by our Fitness Professionals. Workout at the comfort of your home and safely during Covid-19. What great about it? It is absolutely FREE! … Continue reading

Free things to do in Sentosa

Free things to do in Sentosa

Sentosa is a sunny island in Singapore, home to exciting events, themed attractions, award-winning spas, lush rainforests, golden sandy beaches, and resort-style hotels. Here the list Free things you can do while you in Sentosa. Chill at Siloso Beach Get … Continue reading

Let’s Celebrate 2021 with Mediacorp Singapore

Let’s Celebrate 2021 with Mediacorp Singapore

  Thursday, 31 December 2020 | 5 pm | Live Fryday, 1 January 2021 | 10.30 pm | Encore Ring in the new year on an upbeat note and join us in jubilation from the comfort and safety of home … Continue reading

Marina Bay Singapore Countdown 2021

Marina Bay Singapore Countdown 2021

This year, Singapore’s iconic countdown event, Marina Bay Singapore Countdown (MBSC) 2021, takes on a different format to bring people from all walks of life together to reflect on 2020 and to celebrate our hopes and aspirations for the coming … Continue reading

Tours, Trails and Nature walks in Sentosa

Tours, Trails and Nature walks in Sentosa

Discover exclusive insights and hidden stories of Sentosa at these tours, trails, and nature walks What comes to mind when one mentions Sentosa? The beaches, and attractions. But did you know that this tiny island is also rich in history … Continue reading

A Magical Nordic Christmas

A Magical Nordic Christmas

Saturday and Sunday, 5 – 6, 12 – 13, 19 – 20 December 2020 | Journey East, Tan Boon Liat Building, 315 Outram Road, #03-02 Singapore, Singapore 169074 A delectable smörgåsbord of gourmet & artisanal delights from the Nordics make … Continue reading

Eco and Conservation in Sentosa

Eco and Conservation in Sentosa

These are just some of the sustainability initiatives that are implemented by Sentosa and its Island Partners. Sentosa has always worked towards developing itself in a sustainable manner. Despite development works over the years, the original tranquil and green environment … Continue reading

Adventure Attractions in Sentosa

Adventure Attractions in Sentosa

Adventure Cove Waterpark Thrills and spills await at Adventure Cove Waterpark! A family-friendly playground kitted out with 14 rides and attractions. Opening Hours Daily 10 am – 6 pm Tikets $30 – $38 Location 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269 Website | … Continue reading

Churches in Singapore

Churches in Singapore

Armenian Church Singapore The Armenian Apostolic Church of St. Gregory the Illuminator is the first Christian church built in Singapore in 1835.  Designed by Irish architect, George D. Coleman, it is considered as one of his masterpieces. 60 Hill St, … Continue reading

Instagrammable Spots in Sentosa

Instagrammable Spots in Sentosa

Here are the most Instagram-worthy spots in The State of Fun. AJ Hackett Yup, you can bungee jump off a tower in Sentosa. At AJ Hackett you can drop, swoop and scream off a Giant Swing, or jump off a … Continue reading

Mosques in Singapore

Mosques in Singapore

Masjid Jamae (Chulia Masque) As early as 1826, Jamae Mosque has already existed, a testimony to the large number of Tamil Muslims in Chinatown. 218, South Bridge Road, Singapore 058767 Website | Email Masjid Sultan Masjid sultan was built in … Continue reading

Synagoges in singapore

Synagoges in singapore

Chesed El Synagogue The Chesed El, means Grace of God, synagogue is one of two synagogues win Singapore. It is located at Oxley Rise in the River Valley Planning Area, within the Central Area of Singapore. 2 Oxley Rise, Singapore … Continue reading

Free Attractions at Changi Airport

Free Attractions at Changi Airport

A Million Times at Changi T2, Public, Level 2 Together with its 1,008 stepper motors, the artwork is an interplay between the fundamental character of an analog clock and the beauty of synchronized movement. It reinvents the presentation of time—a core … Continue reading

Free Things to do at Marina Bay

Free Things to do at Marina Bay

Benjamin Sheares Bridge The Benjamin Sheares Bridge is the longest bridge in Singapore, spanning 1.8 km, and the tallest, at 29 meters. It is named after Dr. Benjamin Henry Sheares, the second president of the Republic, who died four months … Continue reading

Islands of Singapore

Islands of Singapore

Brani Island Pulau Brani is an island located off the southern coast of Singapore, near Keppel Harbour. The island is situated between the main island of Singapore and the resort island of Sentosa and is linked to the mainland via … Continue reading

Beaches in Singapore

Beaches in Singapore

Castle Beach Castle Beach, as a social enterprise, was conceived in 2004 with the passion of sharing the joys of family bonding through sandcastle building. It was further developed to include the less fortunate, the less privileged, and the physically … Continue reading

Buddhist Temples in Singapore

Buddhist Temples in Singapore

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum is a Buddhist temple and museum complex located in the Chinatown district of Singapore. 288 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058840 | Daily from 8 am – 5 … Continue reading

Hindu  Temples in Singapore

Hindu  Temples in Singapore

Ramakrishna Mission Ramakrishna Mission Singapore is a branch of the Ramakrishna Order of India, worldwide spiritual and welfare organization. Like the other branches in Asia-Oceania, North & South America, Europe and Africa, the Center is a self-sustaining unit that looks to … Continue reading

Charity-, Non Profit Organisations & NGOs in Singapore

Charity-, Non Profit Organisations & NGOs in Singapore

Singapore Charity Portal The Charities Unit, also known as the office of the Commissioner of Charities (COC), was set up on 1 July 2006, as part of the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS).  Following the recommendations of the Inter-Ministry … Continue reading

Virtual Tours – 6 Museums to visit from home!

Virtual Tours – 6 Museums to visit from home!

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple (Click Image for a virtual tour) INLAND REVENUE AUTHORITY OF SINGAPORE GALLERY (IRAS GALLERY) (Click Image for a virtual tour) POLICE HERITAGE CENTRE (Click Image for a virtual tour) ISTANA HERITAGE GALLERY ((Click Image for a … Continue reading

List of Parks in Singapore

List of Parks in Singapore

Admiralty Park Located in Woodlands, Admiralty Park is the largest park in the north. It is situated on hilly terrain with Sungei Cina river running through it, and houses the largest nature area within an urban park. 31 Riverside Road, … Continue reading

Heritage Roads

Heritage Roads

Arcadia Road Just a short drive away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre lies Arcadia Road, a scenic avenue lined with mature Rain trees. Enjoy a calming drive as you navigate through Arcadia Road’s green tunnel. Slow … Continue reading

National Monuments in Singapore

National Monuments in Singapore

Anderson Bridge (1910) Anderson Bridge is a vehicular bridge that spans across the Singapore River. It is located near the river’s mouth in the Downtown Core Planning Area of Singapore’s Central Area. Fullerton Rd, Singapore 049212 Bowyer Block Amidst the … Continue reading

Places of Worship in Singapore

Places of Worship in Singapore

Churches Armenian Church Singapore The Armenian Apostolic Church of St. Gregory the Illuminator is the first Christian church built in Singapore in 1835.  Designed by Irish architect, George D. Coleman, it is considered as one of his masterpieces. 60 Hill … Continue reading

Baba House

Baba House

Built around 1895, 157 Neil Road is a three-storey townhouse located in Singapore’s historic district of Blair Plain. Once the ancestral home of a Peranakan Chinese family, namely the Wee family, the property was acquired by the National University of … Continue reading

ART RETREAT

ART RETREAT

Founded by Indonesian collector Kwee Swie Teng in 2003, Art Retreat is Singapore ‘s first private museum with a significant collection of modern art by some of the most renowned artists of the region. Situated at the bustling Ubi Industrial … Continue reading

Artisan’s Garden

Artisan’s Garden

The Artisan’s Garden was once the site of the craftsmen’s workshop and living quarters in the 14th century. Craftsmen who enjoyed royal patronage lived and worked here, making fine goods for the residents on this hill. This ancient artisans’ workshop … Continue reading

Therapeutic Gardens in Singapore

Therapeutic Gardens in Singapore

Therapeutic Gardens are outdoor gardens designed to meet the physical, psychological and social needs of park users, incorporating design principles derived from scientific evidence. Together with therapeutic horticulture programmes involving plants and nature, visitors can experience a range of health benefits … Continue reading

Wartime Artists of Vietnam: Drawings and Posters from the Ambassador Dato’ N. Parameswaran Collection

Wartime Artists of Vietnam: Drawings and Posters from the Ambassador Dato’ N. Parameswaran Collection

Exhibition until 26 June 2021 @c – Free admission The exhibition takes as its preamble a line from the poem A Soldier Speaks of His Generation (1973): “…our generation has never slept”. Expressing the profundity of war experience and its … Continue reading

Indians in Singapore – Past & Present

Indians in Singapore – Past & Present

Indian Heritage Centre’s permanent galleries (located at levels 4 and 3) feature five themes which are arranged chronologically to span 1st century CE to the 21st century. The galleries present, through artefact and interactive displays, the history of interactions between … Continue reading

List of all Museums in Singapore

List of all Museums in Singapore

Singapore offers a variety of (national) museums, heritage institutions & galleries. All About City brought together a comprehensive list of art spaces, which are considered a must visit for locals, expats & visitors in town! Aliwal Arts Centre Aliwal Arts … Continue reading

Sentosa’s Walking Trails

Sentosa’s Walking Trails

Imbiah Trail | 2.3km (30 – 40 minutes) The Imbiah Trail allows you experience a more tranquil side of Sentosa. Immerse yourself into nature and greenery as you venture into this trail. Pay close attention to the wildlife around you, … Continue reading

New Balance Run Club: Thursdays @ Suntec City

New Balance Run Club: Thursdays @ Suntec City

EVERY THURSDAY from 7 pm to 9 pm @Suntec City Mall, New Balance Lighthouse Store Activity: Free-and-easy run with seasoned runners

FAMILY RUN TO BOND

FAMILY RUN TO BOND

Lets get together and Run every Sunday evening! Every Sunday, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM | Bedok Reservoir Park For a healthier self and family. Meeting place: workout place near Wawawa, bristo.

           

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Escape Velocity V

Escape Velocity V

January 21, 2021 at 10-00 AM - , ,
City Hall Wing, Level B1, The Ngee Ann Kongsi Concourse Gallery, National Gallery Singapore

What does it mean to listen to nature in a time of ecological crisis? Artist Zai Tang poses this question in Escape Velocity V, an immersive sound installation that evokes places in Singapore where wildlife is threatened by hyper-development. 21 … Continue reading

Voices of Singapore

Voices of Singapore

January 1, 2021 at 10-00 AM - , ,
National Museum, Level 2, Voices of Singapore Gallery, 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897

The Singaporean identity is inherently plural. In the 1970s, race, culture and language were formalized and enshrined into categories that were at once distinct and discrete. By the mid-1980s, these characterisations were debated and articulated in many different ways by … Continue reading

Growing Up

Growing Up

January 1, 2021 at 10-00 AM - , ,
National Galery, Level 2, Growing Up Gallery

The 1950s and 1960s were a tumultuous period of change for Singapore. From self-governance (1959) to its merger with Malaya (1963) and then to independence (1965), it was a time when Singapore was beset with uncertainties and challenges as it … Continue reading

Surviving Syonan

Surviving Syonan

January 1, 2021 at 10-00 AM - , ,
National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897

On 15 February 1942, the British surrendered Singapore to the Imperial Japanese Army, marking the start of the darkest chapter in Singapore’s history. This gallery shines the spotlight on how the people of Singapore coped with daily life and responded … Continue reading

Story of the Forest

Story of the Forest

January 1, 2021 at 10-00 AM - , ,
National Museum of Singapore, Level 2, Glass Rotunda, 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897

Created by the renowned Japanese digital art collective teamLab, Story of the Forest is an immersive installation that transforms 69 drawings from the William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings into three-dimensional animations. The artwork touches on various histories, that … Continue reading

Modern Colony

Modern Colony

January 1, 2021 at 10-00 AM - , ,
National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897

Set in a 1920s black-and-white bungalow, this gallery showcases the cosmopolitan nature of Singapore as a British Crown colony in the 1920s and 1930s. With more educational opportunities for girls and the arrival of female immigrants from China in the … Continue reading

Georgette Chen: At Home in the World

Georgette Chen: At Home in the World

November 27, 2020 at 10-00 AM - , , ,
National Gallery Singapore, City Hall Wing, Level 4 Gallery, 1 St. Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957

Uncover the fascinating story of Georgette Chen (1906−1993) Whose exceptional life experiences as a professional female artist living and working around the world shaped her practice and left a lasting legacy in the development of visual arts in Singapore. Ongoing … Continue reading

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