Saturday, October 28, 2017

The Downtown Line 3 Open House


The Downtown Line is Singapore’s latest and also the longest underground MRT line serving residents from the Bukit Panjang district and the Expo area in Changi all the way to the city area. The third stage of the Downtown Line just opened in late October giving residents in the eastern part of Singapore an alternative to the Aging East West Line. To kick off the opening, the Land Transport Authority organised an open house for the new Line. Here’s a closer look.

Saturday, September 30, 2017

Highlights Of The 2017 Geylang Ramadan Bazaar


The 2017 Geylang Ramadan Bazaar may be long over but all the wonderful memories like the vibrancy of the event, the delicious food and drinks on offer and the range of merchandise one sale definitely cannot be forgotten. And to top it all off, the annual Hari Raya Light Up along Changi Road. Missed the whole thing? No worries, here's what you've missed.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Experiencing The Army Open House 2017 In The City


This year is a special year for National Servicemen as we celebrate 50 years of National Service, or NS50 for short. Throughout the year, there are plenty of events and activities organised by Singapore's defence and home affairs ministries to commemorate this special event. One of which was the Singapore Army's Army Open House 2017 (AOH). Here, we will go through with you what you might have missed at this interesting event.

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Artbox Singapore 2017 & Remembering Our Founders Gallery


April 2017 was a month that's full of exciting stuff in the Marina Bay area. There's Artbox, a Thai-themed flea market and festival along with the 'Remembering Our Founders' temporary exhibition held at Gardens By The Bay. Best of all, they're both free! Missed these two exciting happenings? No worries, here's more on the scoop.

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Sentosa CNY Celebrations 2017


When it comes to major public holidays, Sentosa leaves no stones unturned. With only their recent Christmas 2016 celebrations just concluded in the beginning of January, another month of celebrations await. This time round, it's to celebrate the prosperous Chinese New Year with their range of free activities that can be found throughout the Sentosa Island. Here's more on the scoop.

Monday, August 28, 2017

All About iLight 2017


The iLight Festival is one of the biggest art and light festivals of the year. Held every March, the annual festival is now bigger and bolder with a whole new range of never-before-seen light installations and additional side events running concurrently. Missed it? No worries, here are some of the highlights of this year's edition of the iLight Festival.

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Tuas West Extension Open House 2017


Another year, another MRT line. This time round, it will be the Tuas West Extension (TWE), a short extension on the western end of the East West Line. The extension opened on Sunday 18 June 2017 with a small open house held on Friday afternoon on the 16th of June organised by Singapore's Land Transport Authority and train operator, SMRT. Here are the highlights of the TWE Open House.

Sunday, May 14, 2017

The Best of iLight 2016


Art installations are aplenty in Singapore. They are great to look at, they have interesting stories behind them and they're created by talented artists from Singapore and around the world. Sure there are many art installations in Singapore but why not take it up a notch by using sustainable light sources to create them. At iLight, there are plenty of such artworks and here are some highlights from the festival if you've missed them.

Sunday, April 16, 2017

The National Museum: 5 Years On


Established in the 1840s, the National Museum has always been the go-to place to learn more about Singapore’s history. Ever since our last major visit in 2011, the historical museum has gone through many changes from the newly renovated Singapore History Gallery to the reopening of the iconic Glass Rotunda. Here are some of the new stuff you might want to check out.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Christmas & New Year In The Singapore City 2016/2017


Every end of year, tons of exciting events to celebrate Christmas and to mark the beginning of a new year are held islandwide. It’s considered one of the most festive periods in Singapore and shortly afterwards, there’s Chinese New Year, another widely celebrated holiday. Here are some events that you might have missed during the year-end season.

Monday, January 9, 2017

Visiting The Historical Tanjong Pagar Railway Station


On 1st July 2011, the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station or TPRS, ceased operations closing the chapter on one of Singapore’s most historical landmarks. Since its closure, many have reminiscing the memories of the railway station. Thanks to the public open houses held during public holidays, here are some photos of the now disused station.

Monday, January 2, 2017

Orchard Road Christmas Light Up 2016


It’s the most wonderful time of the year and yes that’s right, I’m talking about Christmas and that means another round of the annual Orchard Road Christmas Light Up. With lovely glittering lights hanging above the streets and beautiful Christmas trees and decorations located along the pavements, it’s a sight worth seeing. Here’s more on the scoop.
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