Located on the second level of Tanglin Shopping Centre, the #INYAFACE exhibition features works by emerging and established pop and street artists including Anthea Missy, Banksy, Booda Brand, Mr. Brainwash and Tinker Brothers. Ever wondered why Mona Lisa is smiling? Or if Mickey Mouse shoots blanks? Perhaps, was Queen Victoria thinking of England? All these questions and more will be answered when you stop by this pop-up.
Delve into the history and cultural significance of the much-loved Wan Qing Dumpling Festival as it returns in the first weekend of June with exciting activities. Have loads of fun at the dumpling making sessions and craft workshops, and enjoy dramatised storytellings and an evening of traditional and contemporary music performances. Held in conjunction with this year's Children's Season, look forward to other family-friendly things to do too. This includes an array of hands-on activities like drawing classes and treasure hunts within the museum's galleries.
Experience Japan without having to catch a flight. Resort World’s Sentosa is debuting a Japanese festival featuring everything from food to cultural heritage. Guzzle down tasty treats such as award-winning donburis from Furusato Matsuri Tokyo, catch the Koenji Awa-Odori Dance and Akita Kanto, learn about lesser travelled cities like Nara, Kagoshima and Gunma, and end it all off with screenings of movies produced by Shochiku Films.
Explore your artistic side at this family-friendly art festival held in Singapore's largest arts enclave, Goodman Arts Centre. Themed 'Music, Dance and Play', this one-day festival has over 20 different workshops ranging from music jamming programmes and interactive dance performances to storytelling sessions and chime-making workshops. There are also music and dance performances to enjoy in between workshops and an art and food marketplace to grab some bits, bobs and bites.
Two words that'll win over any Singaporean's heart: flash sale. Hong Kong-based flash sale platform OnTheList is hosting a shopping event on the second floor of Hengda Building from May 29 to June 1. Bag items from Hong Kong luxury fashion label Shanghai Tang, French natural skincare brand Caudalie, and French tea house Kusmi Tea with prices slashed by up to 70 percent. The brainchild of Delphine Lefay and Diego Dultzin Lacoste, OnTheList is a members-only flash sale platform that gives you exclusive access to a plethora of international luxury brands at a discount for a limited period. Championing sustainable shopping, OnTheList also teams up with these brands to offer past-season fashion, lifestyle, skincare and home decor items, among others, to minimise product excess. Start June right by sprucing up your wardrobe with mandarin-collared shirts, suits, cheongsams and even an oriental print jacket from Shanghai Tang. Stock up your skincare collection with Caudalie’s plant-based, paraben-free products that are suitable for all skin types. Wrap up your shopping with a variety of tea blends from flavoured to herbal from Kusmi Tea. You don’t have to sip it hot either – the brand offers iced teas to beat the heat. Can’t wait to shop? Get on onthelist.sg and register to receive your personal member ID to access the sale. While you’re at it, sign up for its newsletter to get first dibs on the next event. Time Out in partnership with OnTheList
Take your loved ones to this year's Hari Raya Open House for a weekend of fun-filled activites, such as free craft workshops, cooking demonstrations, live music, and dance performances. Enjoy movie nights under the stars with the whole fam too, where a range of comedy films and Malay classics are screened.
Keen on being a Little Hajj Traveller? Take part in this fun family activity where you'll venture around Kampong Gelam with your shopping list as you prepare for your Hajj journey on the steamships. While you're at it, learn more about this sacred journey through stories, as well as Kampong Gelam's origins as a thriving port town.
Awaiting you this Children's Season is a line-up of activities for the kids and families. Go on a Heritage Hunt around the Little India precinct, and create your own craft masterpiece at the drop-in activities. Then, pique your curiosity, creativity and learning at interactive storytelling sessions and performances.
Brace yourselves for the heat – and a grease feast – as you flock to the annual food market to binge on Ramly burgers, otah-otah and other sinful street snacks (err, lobster rolls and white rabbit drink, anybody?). You can also find a mix of traditional Malay fare, accessories and lifestyle items to bag. Keep an eye out for 50 Instagram-worthy light installations inspired by the Malay culture and heritage, including those resembling a mosque in a garden of blooms, a kampung house and a gendang, a traditional Malay drum. There's also plenty of activities held in conjunction with the market, such as a series of motivational talks, appearances by local and international artistes, and a heritage race, where participants can learn more about Hari Raya celebrations as they dash around the precinct. The bazaar spans around the Wisma Geylang Serai market, Joo Chiat Complex and along Haig Road, from May 3 to June 5. The light-up runs until May 16 at Geylang Serai, along Sims Avenue and Changi Road.
Learn science the fun way through a series of activities and experiments. I Am A Young Scientist is an exploration of the different fields in science. It includes four different workshops for your little ones to get schooled – I Am A Young Ecologist, I Am A Young Chemist, I Am A Young Geneticist, and I Am A Young Physicist. Fit for those aged 10 to 12 years old, test out different fields of sciences suited to their liking and complete 15 stars to earn a Young Scientist badge.