Razer, Zouk Group and Bigo Live are joining forces to bring closed-door DJ sets played at Zouk Singapore to ravers.
SINGAPORE — From the threat of communism in the 1960s to the schism in East-West values, these are among the broad themes of works by local artists reflecting Singapore’s evolving social and political landscape over the decades at an upcoming exhibition.
With a matter of days to go until the royal wedding, we’re on the hunt for the most atmospheric places to ring in the history-making day.Instead of streaming the May 19 nuptials from your laptop in bed, why not inject some pomp and pageantry of your own into the momentous occasion?With over 1,800 street parties estimated to take place across the country and with pubs keeping their doors open for longer in celebration, the nation is certainly spoilt for choice.From afternoon tea fit for a Queen over at The Shard’s Shangri-La hotel to a live screening courtesy of Radio Rooftop, these are the best places to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s first kiss.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: From Ralph and Russo to Alexander McQueen: The names tipped to design Meghan Markle’s wedding dress From condoms to life size cutouts: Weird and wonderful royal merchandise to shop now Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding: The date, details and all the latest news
Festive fun arrives this Chinese New Year weekend as everyone gets ready to welcome the Year of the Dog, with annual favourite River Hongbao and Open House programmes at the Istana and Singapore Art Museum. For those looking for something different, nightclub AVRY is hosting music producer Clinton Sparks. River Hongbao 2018 Welcome the Year of the Dog with an 11-day festival jointly organised by Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations, Singapore Press Holdings, Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Singapore Tourism Board and People’s Association. ...
We all know that the year is officially approaching its end when Singapore’s shopping district becomes adorned with mesmerising Christmas lights and decorations. This year is no different. From 12 November to 1 January, the Christmas light-up along Orchard Road begins from 3pm each day, which is much earlier than previous years. This is so that visitors can catch the lights during the day as well as night. The official light-up will happen on 11 November at 6:30pm.
This year’s Halloween Horror Nights 7 at the Universal Studios Singapore features a zombie laser tag experience among its new lineup of shows, scare zones and haunted houses. It utilises brainwave technology and requires participants to wear headbands that sense “concentration levels” in order to help them unlock clues during their quest. This year’s HHN7 will take place on selected nights from 29 September to 29 October Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
The season of colourful lanterns and mooncakes is here. From 23 September to 19 October, Chinatown will be adorned with over 1,000 handcrafted lanterns in light of the Mid-Autumn Festival, which takes place on 4 October.
The season of colourful lanterns and mooncakes is here. From 23 September to 19 October, Chinatown will be adorned with over 1,000 handcrafted lanterns in light of the Mid-Autumn Festival, which takes place on 4 October. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
It’s a well-known fact that Singapore never sleeps, but given the lineup of events of this weekend, it seems the city doesn’t even rest, either.
Just when you’ve barely recovered from the events last week, this weekend brings some of the best artistes, activities and events to Singapore. Buckle up for some Muay Thai action, sing your hearts out along with Guns N’ Roses, or celebrate the festival of colours as you dance to hip Bollywood tunes by the beach.
Park Bo-gum, the leading man from popular South Korean period drama “Love in the Moonlight” (also known as “Moonlight Drawn by the Clouds”), interviewed fans during his first press conference in Singapore, held on Friday (17 Feb). The reporters present also had the opportunity to ask the Korean heartthrob some questions, including which local dishes he had already tried and enjoyed and what he thinks is his most attractive feature.
Whether you’re a couple looking to spend some quality time together or a bunch of friends looking for some entertainment, this weekend has something in store for you. Indie film aficionados, boxing fanatics, history buffs and avid runners will also be well served.
The work week may have just started, but the scent of the upcoming weekend is already around the corner. Promising to be a blast of a year, the inaugural weekend of 2017 kicks of the preparations for the upcoming Chinese New Year, with several events lined up to welcome the year of the Rooster. The arts scene in Singapore also amps up with the Fringe Festival boasting several events over two weeks.
Shop for new gadgets at Comex, join party goers at Ultra Singapore or embrace your inner geek at the Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention; you’re spoilt for choice in terms of the variety of stuff you can do during this long weekend.