Sniff your way around Singapore
AllSense is organising eight Scent Walks around the country from June 3 to 10 and inviting you to participate. Each free guided tour lasts about an hour and covers 1km in areas like Chinatown, Little India, Marina Bay, East Coast Park, Sentosa and Kampong Glam.
Our pick of each month's best new restaurants, cafés and bars
Interview: Louis Ho
The Singapore Art Museum’s new exhibition tackles the theme of utopia. We find out more from the co-curator
Three new bar bites to try
With cocktail bars upping their grub standards, we recommend a few new dishes to enjoy with a good cocktail by your side
What's on this week
Nadir Mehadji: City Lights
The locally based French photographer continues his late-night journeys into the backstreets to present a more complete series of his discoveries.
Arnaud Nazare-Aga: The Little Prince
Thirteen lacquered white sculptures by the French artist – all of which are inspired by the illustrations of Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s The Little Prince – are showcased in the dark. Part of Voilah! French Festival Singapore.
The Gingerbread Man
Filled with catchy songs and a colourful cast of characters, this I Theatre production begins when a Little Old Man and a Little Old Woman accidentally create a gingerbread man who turns out to be more of a handful than they had anticipated. A delicious mayhem, of course, ensues.
Waswo X Waswo: A Day in the Country
Waswo X. Waswo, comprising of Rajesh Soni and R. Vijay, takes viewers into the rural landscapes of India through photographs and hand-coloured portraits.
After Utopia: Revisiting The Ideal in Asian Contemporary Art
Split into four themes, SAM’s latest exhibition taps our desire to find or create perfect worlds. Read our interview with 'After Utopia' co-curater Louis Ho.
I Know You Got Soul
Twelve American artists from the postinternet era, including Hugo McCloud, Kika Karadi and Travess Smalley, display their contemporary art pieces in a variety of new media and techniques.