If you're still hooked on the game since its inception years ago (no shame about this), get hyped up for the first ever Pokémon GO! Safari Zone event from April 18 to 22. The island of Sentosa will be a playground to catch rare and exclusive Pokémon such as the region-exclusive Tropius, shiny Shuckle, Unown and more. Before you get started on your full day of fun and hunting, interested players need to ballot for their chance to catch regional-exclusive Pokémon on safarizone.sentosa.com.sg from March 5 to March 7. Successful applicants will receive a QR code that serves as a ticket to the event at a later date. And even if you don't have a QR code, you can still enjoy catching Pokémon via normal gameplay.
Join an exciting panel of experts from H&M, Fashion Pulpit, Fashion Revolution and MATTER Prints to hear about sustainable and ethical fashion, and what it means for you and your organisation. Bring your pre-loved clothes as there'll be a clothing swap on that day, as well as your own reusable mug or tumbler as free drinks will be served to those with their own.
Tap into your innermost thoughts as you gaze at the captivating paintings of six artists – Zhao Xiao Hai, Zhang Wen, Zheng Yuan Wu, Du Xue, Xu Jing Wen and Lynn Lim. These pieces explore the concept of absence, and the artistic philosophy of negative spaces which are instrumental in highlighting the abstractions and emotions within the piece. The negative spaces also create room for intrigue, mystery and the unseen.
How well do you really know about Sir Stamford Raffles? Delve deeper into life of the founder of modern Singapore at the Asian Civilisations Museum. Pore over 240 objects from the collections of 14 international institutions and lenders, and get a glimpse of Southeast Asian history that most intrigued Raffles and the British.
Bring presents and join in the biggest birthday bash in town. Universal Studios Singapore invites all to party, play and learn with all new interactive shows and exhibits featuring adorable Sesame Street characters such as Elmo, Cookie Monster and more. USS is also launching a series of Sesame Street collectible pins for free with a minimum spend in the theme park. In addition, guests are welcome to enjoy the world-class attractions with extended park hours on selected nights.
Raise a toast to 50 years of diplomatic ties between Singapore and Poland with a line-up of family-friendly activities and promos. The festival kicks off with the Polish Weekend @ OTH from April 12 to 14 at Our Tampines Hub. Bring the whole fam down for colourful Polish folk dances, free movie screening of award-winning Breaking the Limits, cultural performances, nifty craft workshops, family-friendly recreational fun and an exceptional Polish Market showcasing traditional Polish food, eco-beauty products, amber and natural stone jewellery, crafts and many more. The festival concludes on April 28 with a closing party at 1-Altitude, complete with booming beats spun by Poland’s DJ Alexander Wierbiłowicz and Singapore’s very own DJ Mr Has.
Expect a showcase of over 60 films from the region and two panel discussions at the seventh edition of the Singapore Chinese Film Festival. Opening this year's festival is Still Human, a Hong Kong production by up and rising director, Oliver Chan, which focuses on the intertwined lives of a paralysed man and a jaded Filipino domestic worker. Other highlights include Heather Tsui's Long Time No Sea, Tracy Dong's In Character, Lina Wang's A First Farewell and Chang Yi's A Dog's Life. For full details on locations and timings of each show, check out the website.
Gather the family for a cracking good time at Jurong Bird Park this whole month of April. This Easter, the bird park transforms into an eggs-hibition full of supersized Gudetama figurines and a toweing 5-metre Gudetama inflatable. Fans can also meet and greet the adorable egg character and get crafty with a myriad of activities. Go on an egg-citing Easter egg hunt at the park's Waterfall aviary and you might just walk away with exclusive collectibles.
Changi Airport is about to get whimsical. See the world's best airport transform into the riotously colourful world of tokidoki. Great for the entire fam, kids can run riot at the giant inflatable playground decked with the world's largest Unicorno slide. There's also the first-ever show flat adorned with all things tokidoki, limited edition merch to collect and exclusive meet-and-greet-sessions with two adorable tokidoki characters, Sandy and Donutella.
Marvel at a selection of impressive paintings by award-winning artist Joanne Pang. The solo exhibition showcases the artist's explorations on the relationship between the natural creases of cloth, paint, and state of mind. While Pang mainly uses Chinese ink as paint, she incorporates the use of lipstick, wax pencil and graphite to add depth and texture to her pieces.