The Royal Thai Embassy is bringing back Singapore’s favourite Thai Festival – The Thai Festival 2015 is back on 3-6 September 2015! Enjoy your favourite Thai food, Thai fruits and Thai products, as well as cultural performances including Muay Thai, and Thai cooking show.
YOGA. MUSIC. DANCE. Gather your tribe for a day of mindful movement and be amongst activated souls. Come and learn from a wonderful line up of local and regional yoga instructors in a full day of movement workshops on land and water.
A secluded tropical garden in the city, a spectacular and colourful showcase and the largest display of orchids in the world. Whatever is personally enchanting, you will come to find it at the National Orchid Garden.
Singaporean can look forward to six official long weekends (with holidays either falling on a Friday or Monday). Furthermore, since Hari Raya Puasa and National Day fall on a Wednesday and a Tuesday respectively. By taking some days off before or after these holidays, you can add two more unofficial long weekends.
Should you have Roti Prata from Casuarina Curry Restaurant (Casuarina Road) with Teh Tarik (hot milk tea beverage) or Yuan Chun Lor Mee (Amoy Street Food Centre) with Kopi C (hot coffee with evaporated milk)? Song Zhou Carrot Cake (Bedok Interchange Food Centre) with Teh O Kosong (tea without milk, unsweetened) sounds like a good idea too? But wait, Nusa & Tara’s Lontong (ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre) is an excellent choice too. If only you can have it all and more?
Singapore first UNESCO World Heritage site has lined up a fun-filled Jubilee Weekend celebration from 7 to 9 August including music performances, free movie screenings, and activities such as traditional games and crafts to mark Singapore’s 50th birthday.