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Pop-up lifestyle and art markets to check out
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Pop-up lifestyle and art markets to check out

Flea markets are old hat – check these ones out for artisanal products, affordable art and locally made knick-knacks

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Where to buy mooncakes in Singapore 2016
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Where to buy mooncakes in Singapore 2016

Mid-Autumn Festival rolls around on September 15 this year and you don’t want to waste your calories on a mediocre mooncake. Here, we pick eight places to get the best mooncakes to indulge in.

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Best modern Chinese restaurants in Singapore
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Best modern Chinese restaurants in Singapore

Traditional Chinese grub is taking a leaf out of the hipster manual, and Joyce Huang points you to the best restaurants you wouldn’t spot your ah ma in

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Pokémon Go: Best places in Singapore to catch Pokémon
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Pokémon Go: Best places in Singapore to catch Pokémon

In the Time Out Singapore Pokémon Go challenge, nine staffers were sent to popular hotspots around town to see who’s the best Pokémon Master of us all – here’s what happened

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Things to do during the haze in Singapore
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Things to do during the haze in Singapore

Haze season is back in Singapore. Here's what you can do to weather it out

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What's on in Singapore this week

Cita Seni
Art

Cita Seni

Take a second glance at Singapore’s HDB void decks through an exhibition of sketches by Dr Ho Chee Lick, including a talk by Dr Suriani Suratman. Both of these senior lecturers at the National University of Singapore will illuminate on the the significant cultural, social and political impact that the void deck has had on everyday Singaporean lives.

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Nat Geo Live: Albert Lin
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Nat Geo Live: Albert Lin

After sold-out shows here in 2015, National Geographic Live returns with a new focus on ancient history. The live-speaker series sees explorers, researchers and more share their own stories about exploring the earth and beyond. In this edition, Albert Lin discusses his use of technology and crowdsourcing to expand on his exploration of Genghis Khan’s tomb.

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The Temporal Blooming of a Flower Upon the Earth
Art

The Temporal Blooming of a Flower Upon the Earth

Homegrown artist Akai Chew explores the traditional theatre form of getai as urban architecture. Influenced by the photography style of Bernd and Hilla Becher, Chew presents the getai stage as an architectural drawing, illustrating the idea of the Chinese theatre form being a space for urban interaction.

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Sunju Hargun
Nightlife

Sunju Hargun

Well-regarded in the Thai DJ scene, Sunju Hargun has graduated from clubs to the festival circuit. He’s brought his brand of house and techno to the likes of Kolour In The Park and 808 Festival, playing alongside high-profile DJs such as Jamie Jones and Richie Hawtin. His one-night-only gig in Singapore will be supported by Zig Zach.

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From the Stacks: Highlights of the National Library
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From the Stacks: Highlights of the National Library

Unearthing memories is gold – particularly when they’re chronicled and preserved for all to see. For the first time, handwritten letters by Sir Stamford Raffles join over 100 rare artefacts from the 18th century in a major exhibition at the National Library. Also expect a series of maps, photographs and documents tracing Singapore’s history, including its time under the Japanese Occupation (Syonan-To, anyone?). For something lighter, admire an ornate Qur’an printed in Kampong Glam in 1869, and famed Singaporean author Ellice Handy’s My Favourite Recipes (1952).

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Singapore International Festival of Arts 2016

Singapore International Festival of Arts 2016

Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA) returns, bringing international shows from dance to theatre to musical performances to our shores. Running on the theme of potentialities, explorations are made into tradition, modern archives and contemporary technology – including Ron Arad’s 720°, Tropical Traumas: A Series Of Cinematographic Choreographies. Shows are held at various venues including the School of the Arts (SOTA), Malay Heritage Centre, and the National Gallery Singapore. 

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Salted and Hung
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Salted and Hung

A carnivore’s salami party

Time Out says
  • 4 out of 5 stars
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Shoukouwa Sushi Restaurant
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Shoukouwa Sushi Restaurant

Delicate, but not deft, nigiri

Time Out says
  • 3 out of 5 stars
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Burger Joint
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Burger Joint

New York stacks served 'til late

Time Out says
  • 4 out of 5 stars
Users say
  • 5 out of 5 stars
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Saint Pierre
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Saint Pierre

The full works experience at Fullerton

Time Out says
  • 4 out of 5 stars
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Miss Lok
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Miss Lok

Hip spot to nip in for a dip

Time Out says
  • 2 out of 5 stars
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The best of Singapore

The most romantic restaurants in Singapore
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The most romantic restaurants in Singapore

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Best cake shops in Singapore
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Best cake shops in Singapore

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The best healthy restaurants in Singapore
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The best healthy restaurants in Singapore

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The best ramen dishes in Singapore
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The best ramen dishes in Singapore

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Best burgers of 2015
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Best burgers of 2015

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Best cheap eats in Singapore
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Best cheap eats in Singapore

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Food and drink
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Food and drink

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Sightseeing
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Sightseeing

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Arts and culture
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Arts and culture

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Fitness, spa and beauty
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Fitness, spa and beauty

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