Your ultimate guide to Singapore

Discover the best Singapore events, things to do, restaurants, music, film, art, theatre, nightlife and more...

Film

Yangtze Cinema

Before the lights go out on Yangtze Cinema for good, Benjamin Lim braves the infamous movie hall for one last steamy flick

Read more
Blog

Bjorn says: Stop analysing, start enjoying

Time Out Singapore’s chef columnist, Bjorn Shen of Artichoke, wants us to enjoy, not analyse our food.

Read more
Blog

Five facts about Hamleys

British toy empire Hamleys just opened the doors to their flagship outlet in Singapore. If you’ve been to London, chances are you’ve been completely enthralled by Hamleys, feeling like a kid again as you prance down the aisles. It’s time to rediscover that magic here.

Read more

Five new bar talents

Five new bar talents in town have refreshed their cocktail menus. Natasha Hong pays them a visit

Read more
Film

The seven filmmakers of '7 Letters'

Seven homegrown filmmakers come together to weave tales inspired by our city and its people. We speak to them about their filmic tributes

Read more

What's on this week

Film

7 Letters

A collaboration between some of Singapore’s most illustrious film directors, 7 Letters is a milestone film project that strings together seven short pieces capturing the lives and stories of everyday Singaporeans, featuring works by Boo Junfeng, Eric Khoo, K Rajagopal, Jack Neo, Tan Pin Pin, Royston Tan and Kelvin Tong. 7 Letters will be the first film to premiere at the refurbished Capitol Theatre. Out of six screenings, three will be reserved for the elderly, film and arts students and the underprivileged. All proceeds from the gala screenings will go to seven charities, including the Alzheimer’s Disease Association and Transient Workers Count Too. Tickets are not priced – instead, viewers are encouraged to make a donation at the screenings. Tickets for the Jul 24-26 screening are sold out. Additional screenings have been added for Aug 8-10 at Gallery Theatre, The National Museum of Singapore. Tickets for the additional screenings can only be bought on Aug 1-2 at the front desk of The National Museum of Singapore.

Read more

Sammi Cheng

Catch the Cantonese singer in action at her Touch Mi world tour. The multitalented chanteuse will entertain crowds with old favourites like ‘Chotto Matte’ and ‘Can’t Give You Up’.

Read more
Art

K Sajeev Lal: From Singapore with Love

Sajeev Photo Studio specialises in taking portraits of young male foreign workers, to use as comp cards to find wives in South Asia.

Read more
Art

Loke Hong Seng: A Social Portrait of Singapore

The local photographer captures the development of Singapore between 1963 and 1985 – including the fight for independence to modernisation – in his solo exhibition, showcasing photos that have never been displayed before.

Read more

The LKY Musical

This brand new production follows the life of Lee Kuan Yew, from his Raffles College days to Singapore’s independence, along the way detailing the struggles he faced on the political battleground. The musical stars Adrian Pang in the titular role and Sharon Au as Kwa Geok Choo.  Read our interview with Benjamin Chow, the actor who plays Lim Chin Siong, a left-wing politician detained as part of the vicious Operation Coldstore.

Read more
Read more

The best of Singapore

The best Singapore Slings

Read more

The best churros in Singapore

Read more
Things to do

Best views in Singapore

Read more
Restaurants

The best tea rooms in Singapore

Read more

The best restaurants for communal dining

Read more
Restaurants

The best brunch in Singapore

Read more

101 things to do in Singapore

Things to do

Food and drink

Read more
Things to do

Sightseeing

Read more
Bars and pubs

Nightlife

Read more
Things to do

Arts and culture

Read more
Things to do

Shopping

Read more
Things to do

Fitness, spa and beauty

Read more