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28-Jan-2023 to 29-Jan-2023

SGD 60

Vengaboys Singapore 2023 will take place from 10pm on 28 January 2023 at Marquee Night Club, Marina Bay Sands. The award-winning Dutch Eurodance group will present some of 90s greatest dance hits such ...

03-Feb-2023 to 04-Feb-2023


Chingay 2023, the annual street parade that celebrates multiculturalism in Singapore, will take place on 3 & 4 February 2023 at the F1 Pit Building. Apart from showcasing the iconic Chingay floats and ...

04-Feb-2023 to 12-Feb-2023

SGD 49

Glow Festival 2023, Asia's leading wellness event, is finally back after a 3-year hiatus! To be held at Marina Bay Sands from 4 - 12 February 2023, a specially curated programme of 45-minute wellness ...

04-Feb-2023 @ 8:00pm

SGD 48

Eric Moo Concert 2023 (红尘来去梦太傻演唱会2023) will be held on the 4 February 2023 at Resort World Sentosa. The seasoned singer-songwriter is expected to perform classic songs from 4 decad ...

Singapore Food Reviews

The Square @ Furama presents a line-up of international culinary creations that bring out the best flavours of the East and the West. Keeping the kitchen abuzz at any one time is an entourage of experienced culinary chefs.
Nakhon Kitchen offers affordable and authentic Thai food that comprises of Northeastern Thailand’s Issan cuisine and Bangkok’s street food. Its signatures include spiced minced pork salad, hot & sour pork soup, Thai style fried kway teow & basil pork rice.
Kei Kaisendon is a restaurant that specialises in Japanese rice bowls, from seafood don, unagi don to teriyaki chicken don. The chain also offers other popular side dishes like grilled salmon head, unagi, gyoza, yakitori etc.
D’Laksa was found by a food enthusiast born in Penang who has a genuine love towards Malaysia’s famous local dish - the 'Asam Laksa'. This sparked a new idea on starting his own company where he can share his love for food with everyone.
Malaysia Boleh! aims to satisfy the Singaporean’s craving for authentic Malaysian street hawker fare by gathering some of the best street hawker fare in the whole of Malaysia under one roof.
Paper Rice offers Mekong specialties such as Hand Pulled Spring Chicken, Deep Fried Seabass with Spicy Tamarind Sauce, pho bowls from North, Central & South Vietnam, as well as traditional Vietnamese drip coffee & egg coffee originating from Hanoi.