Singapore Pinacothèque de Paris
After months of preparations, the Singapore Pinacothèque de Paris – the local outpost of Paris' largest private fine arts museum – is finally opening its doors to visitiors on May 30.
Best places to bring your kids to in Singapore
Introducing the top places around town you can bring the little people to, whether they’re princesses-in-waiting, budding scientists or if you just need them out of your hair
Two Singapore restaurants make it to the World's Best Restaurants list
Ahead of next week's World's 50 Best Restaurants announcement, the awards' organisers have released the 51-100 list to the public – and two Singapore-based restaurants are on it.
Three ice cream flavours to try at Neh Neh Pop
The playfully named Neh Neh Pop, which takes over Overdoughs’ spot in front of Shen’s Artichoke restaurant, dishes out mutant ice cream combinations packed full of add-ins and made fresh in-house every day.
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.
What's on this week
Myth of Cleopatra
The new Singapore Pinacothèque de Paris museum makes its debut with an exhibition showing over 200 Cleopatra-inspired works, alongside its permanent collection.
Whoo! Everyone’s favourite retro party, Mambo Jambo, is back on this public holiday eve, so you know what you gotta do – time to brush up on your ‘dance moves’, throw on your finest threads and get ready to boogie the night away.
Pangdemonium’s staging of Nina Raine’s 2012 Drama Desk Award winner for Outstanding Play explores the complexities of communicating with the ones you love through a dysfunctional family. The comedy of miscommunication stars Adrian Pang, Ethel Yap, Gavin Yap among others. Find out more about the characters here.
Great Peranakans – Fifty Remarkable Lives
A collection of stories and over a 100 personal objects celebrates the achievements and contributions of 50 great Peranakans who have shaped Singaporean life and culture in the areas of art, business, education and public service. Learn more about three of the portraits featured in the exhibition here.