Singapore's biggest and most exciting shopping event returns with a host of unbeatable deals to entice anyone from casual browsers to diehard shoppers. Also in store are exciting events, fantastic prizes and rewards, late night shopping and other offers, including dining and wellness.
View over 1,500 unique pieces of art works from up-and-coming artists in Russia from our hotel-in-a-garden. With a host of fringe activities like live painting, talks, a themed auction and lucky draw all under one roof, this festival is a good chance to spot some artistic gems.
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From 11 to 20 July 2014, take a walk down memory lane with some of the popular SFF events from the past with a modern twist. Come by with your family and friends for a delectable experience and celebrate the richness of Singapore’s local food landscape. First launched in 1994, this annual food festival showcases Singapore’s rich and colourful culinary offerings, and celebrates the evolution from humble hawker beginnings to a city that prides itself on its unique hawker heritage, talented chefs, as well as innovative dining creations and concepts. This year, you can look forward to events ranging from a food street featuring 20 rarely found Chinese dialect dishes to a roving peranakan food truck to novel dining experiences by the beach!
Dress up in white and join in this massive outdoor picnic. Into its 26th anniversary, Diner en Blanc recalls the elegance and glamour of court society. Thousands of people, all dressed in white, conduct themselves with the greatest etiquette and decorum at this mass "chic picnic". At the very last moment, guests who have registered will be notified of the secret picnic location. Look forward to a truly magical and memorable experience like no other.
Two weekends of graceful ballet await as one of Singapore's top nocturnal outdoor performances makes an anticipated return. Now in its 19th year, it will feature a medley of classical and contemporary ballets by award-winning choreographers. Dance aficionados can look forward to a world premiere by Natalie Weir as well as works by George Balanchine, Val Caniparoli, Edwaard Liang and Edmund Stripe.
Discover local cultures and traditions, travel back to times of glory or relive recent achievements as you immerse yourself in these annual celebrations that pay tribute to Singapore's heritage. For the first time ever, Singapore HeritageFest will also take you on a journey into the history of some of our surrounding islands and lighthouses.
Culture vultures should not miss this year's exciting Singapore International Festival of Arts, headed by local theatre luminary Ong Keng Sen. Expect some of the biggest names in the international arts scene, such as film composer Michael Nyman, cutting-edge German theatre company the Berliner Ensemble and New York-based The Wooster Group, best known for their experimental theatre.
The Singapore Garden Festival returns this year at Gardens by the Bay and is set to impress with even more spectacular garden and floral displays. Expect to see creations by local and top designers from renowned garden shows around the world, an exquisite display of the rich and diverse heritage of orchids as well as over 70 stalls selling plants, gardening wares and other memorabilia.
See Singapore's heritage district in a whole new light as the Bras Basah and Bugis precinct comes alive with spectacular outdoor light installations as part of this bustling nocturnal festival. Featuring a breathtaking variety of music, dance, art and aerial performances in addition to late night openings at the participating venues, this is one excellent reason to stay out late.
Commemorate one of the most important festivals on the Chinese calendar as it kicks off with a rousing street parade, multi-cultural performances, fireworks and a glittering light-up display. Soak in the sights and sounds of Chinatown through a traditional lantern walk, and sweeten your holiday with traditional treats such as mooncakes and fine tea from the bustling street bazaar.