15 best things to do in Singapore in November
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52 Weeks of #ExcitingSG: Week 39 with Tan Kheng Hua
News 52 Weeks of #ExcitingSG: Week 39 with Tan Kheng Hua

Welcome to Time Out Singapore's 52 Weeks of #ExcitingSG – our commitment to showing you the best of what's going on in the city this week. Every Monday, a...

Mega indoor playground SuperPark from Finland opens in Singapore
News Mega indoor playground SuperPark from Finland opens in Singapore

Who says only kids get to have fun all day at the playground? Everyone's welcome to bounce, prance and run around SuperPark Singapore, an all-in-one indoor...

Harry Potter's Wizarding World is coming to Changi Airport
News Harry Potter's Wizarding World is coming to Changi Airport

Potterheads rejoice! The magical and magnificent Wizarding World of Harry Potter is descending upon Changi Airport this festive season from November 16 to...

Neon-lit Pikachus invade Sentosa this December
News Neon-lit Pikachus invade Sentosa this December

The Pikachu Night Parade takes a trip outside Japan for the first time – and to our shores, quite literally. Sentosa is hosting nine dancing Pikachus, in...

Instagram spotlight: what our readers are 'gramming this month
News Instagram spotlight: what our readers are 'gramming this month

Have you checked out a cool art exhibition? Or dined at a new fancy restaurant in town? Each month, we get our readers to share their favourite experiences...

52 Weeks of #ExcitingSG: Week 38 with Michael Chiang
News 52 Weeks of #ExcitingSG: Week 38 with Michael Chiang

Welcome to Time Out Singapore's 52 Weeks of #ExcitingSG – our commitment to showing you the best of what's going on in the city this week. Every Monday, a...

Time Out Singapore November Issue: Singapore Spirit
News Time Out Singapore November Issue: Singapore Spirit

As the end of the year approaches, it’s time to let loose and live a little. Lucky for us, we don’t have to go far to find a place to unwind. Singapore is...

52 Weeks of #ExcitingSG: Week 37 with Yeow Kai Chai
News 52 Weeks of #ExcitingSG: Week 37 with Yeow Kai Chai

Welcome to Time Out Singapore's 52 Weeks of #ExcitingSG – our commitment to showing you the best of what's going on in the city this week. Every Monday, a...

McDonald's turns up the heat with the new Red Hot Spicy Peppers burger
News McDonald's turns up the heat with the new Red Hot Spicy Peppers burger

What is life with no spice? The iconic and fiery McSpicy burger from McDonald's has already proven to be a national favourite but the popular fast-food chain...

Instagram spotlight: what our readers are 'gramming this month
News Instagram spotlight: what our readers are 'gramming this month

Have you checked out a cool art exhibition? Or dined at a new fancy restaurant in town? Each month, we get our readers to share their favourite experiences...

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Embark on an adventure with The Little Prince at the Singapore Philatelic Museum
Things to do Embark on an adventure with The Little Prince at the Singapore Philatelic Museum

A tale that remains as old as time, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince is still as captivating today as when it first debuted 75 years ago. A global favourite, this best-selling French tale about a little cosmonaut who leaves the comfort of his tiny planet to explore the universe, including his odyssey on Earth, is one to be celebrated. As part of its 75th anniversary, the Singapore Philatelic Museum shines its spotlight on the origins of the charming classic as well as Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s life from now until March 2019. The heart of The Little Prince: Behind the Story exhibition showcases stamps, rare philatelic materials, the author’s personal belongings, illustrations, books, and sculptures by French artist Arnaud Nazare-Aga. Open daily from 10am to 7pm, visitors and fans alike are invited to embark on their very own journey by immersing themselves in the fascinating world of early airmail where pilots risked their lives to deliver letters and parcels, including that of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s experience as a mail pilot. Fix your eyes on rare artefacts including mail covers personally signed by the author himself, as well as a thermal flask and a fragment of the plane he navigated which crashed in the Libyan desert, resulting in a near-death encounter. For an interesting take on the exhibition, join The Little Prince In The Dark tours on Saturdays in November and December to explore unique tactile sculptures in a dark room setting. Conducted by vi

New restaurants, cafés and bars to check out in November
Restaurants New restaurants, cafés and bars to check out in November

There are new restaurants, cafés and bars opening up pretty much every day in Singapore and menus are constantly changing. This month, we've got a restaurant serving Basque cuisine, Michelin bib-gourmand worthy chicken rice and more. RECOMMENDED The 50 best restaurants in Singapore and the 50 best cafés in Singapore

The ultimate Christmas gift guide 2018
Shopping The ultimate Christmas gift guide 2018

December means it's time to play Secret Santa. Check out our gift ideas – we've got something for everybody, from your arty-farty best friend to your tech-loving baby brother. A word of warning, you might end up shopping for yourself. But hey, the more we give, the more we receive, right? RECOMMENDED: The ultimate guide to Christmas in Singapore and the best shops in Singapore for Christmas decorations

Where to get the best fried chicken in Singapore
Restaurants Where to get the best fried chicken in Singapore

There are many ways to fry a chicken. Lucky for us, Singapore’s foreign talent policy is open enough to accommodate so many different sorts of fried chicken on our shores. From the classic fresh-from-the-grease bucket fare to the Japanese karaage, all around the world people have been doing fried chicken in their own different ways. Do we tolerate it? More than that, we embrace it fully with our hearts and stomachs. RECOMMENDED: The best burgers in Singapore and the best pizza joints in Singapore

Where to shop for eco-friendly products in Singapore
Shopping Where to shop for eco-friendly products in Singapore

Singapore's progress towards a zero-waste, plastic-free life is going beyond the the ban of plastic straws and spilling over into groceries, beauty and even fashion finds. Here are some local brands to check out for a meaningful way to shop.  RECOMMENDED: The best sustainable dining restaurants in Singapore and 8 easy steps to live more sustainably in Singapore

The best sandwich shops in Singapore
Restaurants The best sandwich shops in Singapore

Sandwiches don't have to be the boring, brown bag affair no more – who knew two slices of bread could be made better with the help of a couple of other ingredients? From thick sandwiches chock full of meat and all kinds of delicious sauces to jazzed up avocado toasties, here's the sandwich shops that will keep you happy (and full) during lunch time.  RECOMMENDED: The best burgers in Singapore and juice bars in Singapore

The best free things to do in Singapore
Things to do The best free things to do in Singapore

It's that time of the year where all of us are scrimping and saving to afford to go on a year-end vacation. But that doesn't mean you can't have any fun. From enjoying ticketless performances, art exhibitions and offbeat attractions to exploring Singapore's great outdoors and dining for free, here's how to live it up the city gratuitously. RECOMMENDED: 101 best things to do in Singapore and the top 10 things to do this month  

The best home decor and furniture stores in Singapore
Shopping The best home decor and furniture stores in Singapore

Whether you're a first-time homeowner eager to do up your new BTO or just looking to inject some new life into your current dig, look no further than these home decor and furniture store for some seriously lust-worthy homewares. RECOMMENDED:  6 cool indie stores in Singapore and best heritage shops in Singapore

The ultimate guide to Singapore Writers Festival 2018
Things to do The ultimate guide to Singapore Writers Festival 2018

Spread across 10 days from November 2 to 11, the multilingual – and multicultural – Singapore Writers Festival pays homage to the world’s acclaimed authors, poets, graphic novelists and philosophers with programmes based on a wide spectrum of topics. Ignite thought-provoking conversations through panel discussions, immersive workshops, live performances, film screenings and more. Literary giants such as Irvine Welsh, Kiran Desai, David Sedaris, Simon Armitage and more are set to make an appearance. Whether you're an ultimate bookworm, a literary lover or simply have an appreciation for words, here are some of the unmissable highlights of the Singapore Writers Festival. RECOMMENDED: 5 must-read books written by local authors and 8 best bookstores in Singapore

The best shops for flowers, indoor plants and gardening supplies
Shopping The best shops for flowers, indoor plants and gardening supplies

If you feel like your home or living space feels a little empty or cold, it's probably because you lack some house plants. There's nothing that a couple or ferns or the beautiful fiddle leaf fig can't fix. Green up your space with a potted plant or two from one of these places.  RECOMMENDED: The best farms in Singapore and 8 easy steps to live more sustainably in Singapore

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What's on in Singapore this week

The Great Grill Out by Guinness

Things to do

The Great Grill Out by Guinness
Singapore International Film Festival

Film

Singapore International Film Festival
Sentosa Island Lights

Things to do

Sentosa Island Lights
The Little Prince with Dialogue in the Dark

Museums

The Little Prince with Dialogue in the Dark
Romeo & Juliet

Dance

Romeo & Juliet
A $ingapore Carol

Theatre

A $ingapore Carol
Franz Ferdinand

Music

Franz Ferdinand
Love & Light Festival

Things to do

Love & Light Festival
Les Petits Chanteurs de Saint Marc – An Evening Of Disney Delights And Season’s Greetings

Kids

Les Petits Chanteurs de Saint Marc – An Evening Of Disney Delights And Season’s Greetings
WomenChangemakers #5

Things to do

WomenChangemakers #5
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Find me a date

Find me a date: Pui Ying and Brandon
Sex and dating Find me a date: Pui Ying and Brandon

These city kids ditched Tinder and let us play matchmaker. Here’s a blow-by-blow account of their blind date

Find me a date: Erin and Keefe
Sex and dating Find me a date: Erin and Keefe

These city kids ditched Tinder and let us play matchmaker. Here’s a blow-by-blow account of their blind date

Find me a date: Persephone and Sam
Sex and dating Find me a date: Persephone and Sam

These city kids ditched Tinder and let us play matchmaker. Here’s a blow-by-blow of their blind date

Find me a date: Chantelle and Jiten
Sex and dating Find me a date: Chantelle and Jiten

These city kids ditched Tinder and let us play matchmaker. Here’s a blow-by-blow of their blind date

Find me a date: Rei and Luke
Sex and dating Find me a date: Rei and Luke

These city kids ditched Tinder and let us play matchmaker. Here’s a blow-by-blow of their blind date

Find me a date: Tiffany and Ivan
Sex and dating Find me a date: Tiffany and Ivan

These city kids ditched Tinder and let us play matchmaker. Here’s a blow-by-blow of their blind date

Find me a date: Joshua and Kelly
Sex and dating Find me a date: Joshua and Kelly

These city kids ditched Tinder and let us play matchmaker. Here’s a blow-by-blow account of their blind date

Find me a date: War War and Jon
Sex and dating Find me a date: War War and Jon

These city kids ditched Tinder and let us play matchmaker. Here’s a blow-by-blow account of their blind date

Find me a date: Fiona and Gamal
Sex and dating Find me a date: Fiona and Gamal

We set Fiona and Gamal, two self-professed foodies, up on a blind date. Find out how this epicurean adventure went

Find me a date: where are they now?
Sex and dating Find me a date: where are they now?

Ever wondered how the previous participants of our monthly Find Me a Date column are doing? Well, so have we

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The best of Singapore

50 reasons why we love Singapore
50 reasons why we love Singapore

The best free things to do in Singapore
Things to do The best free things to do in Singapore

The 50 best restaurants in Singapore
Restaurants The 50 best restaurants in Singapore

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Bars and pubs The 50 best bars in Singapore

The best hotels in Singapore
Hotels The best hotels in Singapore

Your 24-hour Singapore food tour
Restaurants Your 24-hour Singapore food tour

The best places for kids in Singapore
Kids The best places for kids in Singapore

The best museums in Singapore
Things to do The best museums in Singapore

The best spas in Singapore
Health and beauty The best spas in Singapore

The best shops in Singapore
Shopping The best shops in Singapore

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The best restaurants and bars in Singapore

50 best cafés in Singapore
Restaurants 50 best cafés in Singapore

The vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Singapore
Restaurants The vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Singapore

Michelin-starred restaurants in Singapore
Restaurants Michelin-starred restaurants in Singapore

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Bars and pubs The best bars in Singapore

The best coffee in Singapore
Restaurants The best coffee in Singapore

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

The best cafés in Singapore
Restaurants The best cafés in Singapore

The best cheap eats in Singapore
Restaurants The best cheap eats in Singapore

The best ice cream shops in Singapore
Restaurants The best ice cream shops in Singapore

The best cake shops in Singapore
Restaurants The best cake shops in Singapore

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Neighbourhood guides

Little India
Things to do Little India

It’s a given that Little India is colourful, vibrant and a hive of activity – but it’s also changing and gentrifying. There’s never a dull moment on this stretch, here are some of our favourite spots. RECOMMENDED: Where to eat in Little India

Bukit Timah
Things to do Bukit Timah

Making the most of its verdant beauty and space, the Bukit Timah stretch has always had a buzz about it. And now with the new Downtown line, this 25-kilometre long stretch has finally become accessible to all. These are just a few of its gems. RECOMMENDED: Guide to MacRitchie and Guide to Coronation

Bugis
Things to do Bugis

What was once Singapore’s sleaze central has smartened up big time thanks to classy new developments like Andaz. While the area is evolving into a mini CBD, it hasn’t gone all business-like just yet. With its mix old-and-new, here are some of our new (and old) favourite haunts. Still can't get enough of what this colourful neighbourhood has to offer? Check out the best cafes in Bugis or go on a bar crawl guide in Bugis when it gets dark out. 

Ann Siang Road and Club Street
Things to do Ann Siang Road and Club Street

Ann Siang Road is home to restored shophouses that house clan associations, restaurants, bars and niche boutiques.

Geylang
Things to do Geylang

Singapore's infamous redlight district is the place to go your craving for the king of fruits and good food at any hour of the night.

Coronation
Things to do Coronation

Located within Bukit Timah, the area is home to the Singapore Botanic Gardens, and plenty of restaurants, cafés and shops.

Seletar
Things to do Seletar

Head to this ulu neighbourhood and check out the revamped Seletar Aerospace Park – chilling to live music or do some plane-spotting.

MacRitchie
Things to do MacRitchie

Hike up Windsor Nature Park and fuel up on prata, burgers, coffee and more at this stretch on Upper Thomson Road.

Holland Village
Things to do Holland Village

Named after Hugh Holland (a popular Dutch architect and actor) this laidback neighbourhood is popular with both locals and expats.

Bedok
Things to do Bedok

Travel to the east for this neighbourhood that’s brimming with cafés, playgrounds and endless sporting activities.

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Food and drink
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Sightseeing
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Nightlife
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Arts and culture
Art Arts and culture

Shopping
Shopping Shopping

Health, wellness and beauty
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