Plans for this weekend?
Dine at the BEST (the gourmets said so!) restaurants in Singapore, witness the city sparkle at the biggest light festival of the year, and more.
Bring along your picnic mats this weekend to The Foothills at Fort Canning for a movie under the stars. What’s screening: Forever Fever, a local production about a disco bug in Singapore in the 70’s. The movie is free, but feel free to donate to the Clown Doctors Singapore to support their visits to paediatric and geriatric hospital patients.
4 March 2017, 7.30-10pm
The Foothills, 70 River Valley Rd, Singapore 179037
NEXT: Drum to the scrum →
Support your favourite young players as Singapore’s home team battle it out with teams from Japan and South Africa at the super-charged Super Rugby 2017. Get your tickets here. Kids go free with paying adults!
4 March 2017, 6.55-8pm
National Stadium, Singapore Sports Hub, Singapore 397629
NEXT: Browse through our favourite farmer’s market →
The Open Farm Community Social Market returns with a new edition, with freshly farmed local produce, sweet treats from makers and bakers, honest skincare from artisan brands and more. Plus, yoga classes on the outdoor lawn, gardening workshops, and a new Garden Grown cocktail menu.
4-5 March 2017, 11am-5pm
Open Farm Community, 130E Minden Rd, Singapore 248819
NEXT: Relive the old times →
Orgasmic breathing is a tantric breathing practice to activate the body’s natural love drug and explore a more sensual side of yourself. Interested? Give yourself a kick of oxytocin at this orgasmic breathing experience with Satya Andersen himself, founder of Orgasmic Breathing.
5 March 2017, 3-5pm
Urban Spirit, #03-01, 4 Lorong Telok, Singapore 049017
NEXT: Dine at the definitive BEST restaurants in Singapore →
This year, 9 restaurants in Singapore made it to the prestigious list of Asia’s 50 best restaurants, with the best-achieving restaurant crowned second place (Guess which!). From fine dining French to jazzy Japanese-European, check them out here and reserve a table before they get too popular!
NEXT: Have a belated Pancake Day →
Missed Shrove Tuesday this week? Weekends are reason enough to treat yourself to an indulgent brunch. What else would you want to wake up to? Check out our top picks for the best pancakes in Singapore here. Warning: will induce severe cafe cravings.
NEXT: Adopt, don’t shop! →
These animals need a forever home! Come down to the adoption outreach by Paws N Help, an advocate of social acceptance and care for pet dogs and cats born with physical deformities or health deficiencies, and you might just find yourself falling in love with one of these furry friends.
5 March 2017, 1pm-6pm
Mitchville Pets Resort, 16 Seletar West Farmway 1, Singapore 798132
NEXT: Explore Singapore’s newest, largest nature park →
And by “largest”, we mean it spans across 81 hectares. That’s larger than 110 soccer fields! The sprawling Chestnut Nature Park, newly opened just last week, has biking and hiking trails, remnants of old kampung (olden day village) dwellings, local bird species and more. Talk about Singapore being a “Green City”! Find out more here.
NEXT: Witness Singapore’s cityscape light up with art →
One of the highlights of March in Singapore, this year’s edition of iLight Marina Bay opens this weekend, with 20 artworks by international and local artists lighting up the city skyline. Find out more about the heart-fluttering installations here. Plus, over at the event space, feast at the food village, unleash your inner child at the carnival experience, and dance to live music acts.
3-26 March 2017
Marina Bay Waterfront
NEXT: Watch a movie by Singapore’s most iconic hillside →
By Pinky Chng, February 2017
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