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. ...
From exciting aerial displays, to dining amid an immersive theatre performances inspired by a mish-mash of cultural influences, this weekend has a wide range or experiences for everyone. Singapore Airshow 2018 The biggest thing happening this weekend is undoubtedly the Singapore Airshow. For two days, Asia’s largest airshow opens its doors to the public. With breathtaking aerobatic performances, and static aircraft displays including commercial business jets and airplanes, visitors have much to see. ...
The last weekend of 2017 promises to take partying to a whole new level, with events at locations like the ArtScience Museum, along with an expanded visual display for the annual Marina Bay Countdown.
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.
Still recovering from the long weekend? Well, the Chinese New Year (CNY) festivities have only just got started with Huayi Chinese Festival of Arts and Gardens by the Bay’s Spring Surprise the highlights of this coming weekend, along with a shophouse hip-hop party and a flea market.
Catch Morrissey live in concert, view a South African-themed floral display at Gardens by the Bay, watch dance performances at the da:ns festival, plus more stuff you can do for this weekend.
Things to do, films to see and top events to check out for the weekend of 22 to 24 July in Singapore.