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We challenge you to get excited about Singapore in 2018


Now that the pineapple tart crumbs have settled, Time Out Singapore is launching its biggest editorial campaign to date. We're kicking off the Year of the Dog with 52 weeks of excitement: a year-long commitment by us to get you inspired by what Singapore has to offer, every single week.

And we won't be alone, each week special guests take over this space to wax lyrical about what excites them most about the city. We've got musicians, artists, DJs, chefs and more all hungry to share what they love about Singapore.

It doesn't stop there – we want you to come along with us. When Time Out International surveyed more than 15,000 people living in 32 cities around the world, we found out that Singapore was almost at the bottom, showing that Singaporeans don't enjoy living here all that much and find city life pretty bland. As a team dedicated to showcasing the best the city has to offer, the Time Out Singapore team was shocked, horrified and dismayed – so we devised this plan to challenge you to fall back in love with the city.

We want you to commit to doing something exciting in Singapore at least once a week.




Not sure where to start? Our 50 guest writers show you how. They'll be showcasing at least one thing that gets them excited about the city each week – and the best part is that this thing has to be free, or at least cheap so anyone can do it, regardless of your taste, lifestyle or budget. All you have to do is make the time.


We want you to share your #ExcitingSG experiences too. Take the pledge to participate in one exciting activity each week with the hashtag, or use it to highlight your favourite Singaporean experiences. We’ll be checking it every week, and reaching out to people who use it with gifts of gratitude for supporting our city.

Welcome to Time Out Singapore's 52 weeks of #ExcitingSG.

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