Happy National Day, Singapore!
2019 not only marks the 54th year of Singapore’s independence, but also marks 200 years since Sir Stamford Raffles’ arrival in Singapore. Be on the lookout for the mobile column as it passes through the streets of Singapore. And, as expected, there are plenty of National Day activities in the heartlands and in the city! No reason not to get out to soak in the festivities when there’s also a glorious 4-day weekend.
From theatre shows and choral performances, $6 deals, a travel fair, plays to the beloved Singapore Night Festival, 31 days of the month will fly by real quick.
Scroll our gallery and find out what you can expect this month!
Yes the dinner is on Sept 17, but we’re highlighting this now because you’d need to get yourself a ticket stat, if you are a foodie and you don’t want to miss out on one of the greatest events on the culinary calendar. Held at Capella Hotel Singapore, this year’s gala dinner is all about the biggest buzz word in the industry these days: sustainability. Not only do you get to be one of the first to know which establishments will be honoured with a coveted Michelin star (or two or three), you also get to enjoy a delicious six-course dinner created by internationally renowned chefs from Michelin-starred establishments around the world.
And in line with the theme, the chefs — who include Guillaume Galliot (whose restaurant Caprice has three Michelin stars in the Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2019), Sebastien Lepinoy (whose Les Amis has two Michelin stars in the Michelin Guide Singapore 2018) and Arisara ‘Paper’ Chongphanitkul (whose Saawaan has one Michelin star in the Michelin Guide Bangkok, Phuket Phang-Nga 2019) — will use ingredients from trusted suppliers and organisations that practice ethical and sustainable farming and be mindful about reducing food wastage as well. The event starts at 6pm and tickets cost $599 nett per seat. You can buy them here.
If you love choral music and a good bout of competition, the International Choral Festival is an event you won’t want to miss. The musical extravaganza brings together top teams from around the world, including countries such as Czech Republic, South Africa and Indonesia. The four-day competition culminates in the final Grand Prix Concert on Aug 1 at the Esplanade Concert Hall, where you’ll be treated to a night of melodic voices as they battle it out for the prize of S$10,000. Tickets cost $29 each via Apactix.
12th International Choral Festival Orientale Concentus 2019
Esplanade Concert Hall, 1 Esplanade Dr, 038981
From 1st August to 18th August 2019, look out for a pop-art themed exhibition ‘InstaKindness with Singa’ In commemoration for Singapore’s 54th birthday, as well as the Singapore Bicentennial this year, the Singapore Kindness Movement will also partner with Raffles City Shopping Centre for Arts in the City: We Love SINGApore – an exhibition of 200 Singa figurines painted by various local artists and celebrities, such as President Halimah Yacob and television personality Fann Wong, located at the ground floor of the mall.
InstaKindness with Singa Exhibition
1 – 18 August
Raffles City Shopping Centre Level 3, Outside PS Cafe 252 North Bridge Rd, 179103
Beloved open-air cinema event Films At The Fort is back for its 7th run with a slate of films that will entertain, inspire and challenge your mind. From a heart-thumping thriller based on real life events surrounding the siege of the Taj Hotel by terrorists in Mumbai, to a romantic comedy-cum-political satire about an unlikely romance between a powerful diplomat (Charlize Theron) and a free-spirited journalist (Seth Rogen), to a compelling drama about the notorious serial killer Ted Bundy (Zac Efron), there are classics, new releases and thought-provoking documentaries that will satisfy a whole range of movie tastes.
Held at the natural amphitheatre of Fort Canning Park, the movies start at 7.45pm but doors open at 5pm, so get yourself a glass of wine and some munchies from the folks from The Providore, which will be onsite, and chill with your friends before the movie begins. Tickets are $31.80 (excluding GST) and you can get them here.
Films At The Fort
1 – 18 August
Fort Canning Park, River Valley Rd, 179037
Love your sake? You’d love it even more when it’s sipped alongside a perfect meal. Restaurant-bar Tippling Club and renowned sake purveyor Mead Asia have created a new Tippling Sake, a Hakugakusen Wine Cell that is brewed using traditional brewing methods that have been married with modern data management for an ideal flavour and fragrance.
To celebrate the occasion, they have arranged for a six-course degustation menu, which includes Omelette Uni with Wasabi Sabayon, Pigeon with XO Cabbage and Shitake Dashi, and Medai Gunkan Maki, with each dish paired with an appropriate sake, which will be presented by Takeshi Yasumoto, the chief brewer of Fukui Brewery. From 6pm onwards at the Tippling Club, 38 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088461, it costs $290++ per person. To make your reservations, call 6475 2217, or email email@example.com.
Six-Course Sake Pairing Dinner
Tippling Club, 38 Tg Pagar Rd, 088461
Let storytellers whisk you away with stories close to home at libary@harbourfront in the month of August in their Stories Come Alive Room!
Stories From Home at Library@Harbourfront
1 – 8 August
1 & 8 August (5:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.), 2 August (3 p.m. to 4 p.m.), 6 August (5 p.m. to 6 p.m.), 7 August (4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.)
Library@Harbourfront, 1 Harbourfront Walk, #03-05 VivoCity, 098585
Already dreaming of your year-end trip? It’s time to take action. If you missed the first NATAS Fair in February, be sure to check out the upcoming one in August at Singapore EXPO. Be it exotic locales such as Mongolia, Bhutan, and Morocco or popular cities such as Seoul, Tokyo and Bali, this highly-anticipated mega travel fair will give irresistible holiday packages, promotions and travel deals that will give you a good bang for your buck. A whopping hundred booths will be there –including top airlines and cruises, travel agencies, tourism organisations and travel operators — to help you plan your dream holiday.
Bonus: NATAS is giving away more than 1,500 goodie bags worth $50 each at the travel fair to celebrate its 40th anniversary. The bag will include travel vouchers, beauty products, snacks and more, from brands such as Singapore Airlines, Korea Tourism Organisation, and Astalift. Simply like the NATAS Facebook page and download the Privilegez app to collect your goodie bag. At Singapore EXPO Halls 5 & 6, more information here.
NATAS Fair 2019
2 – 4 August
Singapore Expo, Halls 5 & 6, 1 Expo Dr, 486150
Gardens by the Bay will be holding free performances at its outdoor gardens this August as part of its National Day celebrations!
In its Legends of Singapore series, two local fables, The Scourge of the Swordfish and The Friendly Snake are brought to life with music, puppets and actors.
The Scourge of the Swordfish will tell the tale of how Bukit Merah got its name. Find out what happens when a quiet fishing village comes under attack by ferocious swordfish, and how it takes an ingenious idea to save the villagers from these fierce creatures of the sea.
The Friendly Snake will explore the development of a friendship between a little girl and a snake living in a tree. As their friendship grows, the village’s livestock begins to mysteriously disappear. Could it be the snake?
Both performances are free, so bring your LOs down to Gardens by the Bay this National Day!
Legends of Singapore
2 – 4 August, 16 – 18 August
Varying times, see website above
Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, 018953
From the 2nd of August to the 25th of August, Cluny Court will be having their Great Summer Sale! Come and score some great deals from these stores:
Groovy Gifts & Gorgeous Gifts (#02-02/03)
Morning June (#02-06)
CHANGE Lingerie (#02-08)
Sugar K Organic Peel Bar (#02-10)
Rosalie Pompon (#02-11)
Alfie Browns (#02-12)
Treasure Links (#02-14)
Hanna Lee Accessories (#02-15)
Lyaya by FJ (#02-16)
The Big Blow (#02-21)
Hopla! Kids Shoe Shop (#02-23)
PARIS & ME (#02-24)
Lemongrass & Aubergine (#02-26)
Big Blue Trunk (#02-27)
The Linens Company (#02-28)
Mo Li Hua Vintage Watches & Jewelry (#02-29)
The Children’s Showcase (#02-35)
Head in-store to discover the promotions offered.
Great Summer Sale at Cluny Court
2 – 25 August
10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Level 2 Cluny Court, 501 Bukit Timah Road, 259760
“Singapore Noodles” could be one of the most ubiquitous dishes served across the world today. Since 2015, food researcher and writer Sheere Ng has been investigating the dish in cities such as New York, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong and Singapore.
She will share her findings on the migrations and cross-cultural culinary exchanges that possibly led to the creation of Singapore Noodles, and how its significance has differed across communities, places and times.
Limited spaces are available for this ticketed event. Tickets are $5 each, which you may purchase here.
Singapore Noodles: “A Cross-Cultural Mutated Freak of Nature”?
2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
National Museum of Singapore The Salon, Level 1, 93 Stamford Rd, 178897
Known for its affordable sporting equipment and sportswear, Decathlon is partnering with GetActive! Singapore to host a 7km race along Kallang River in the vicinity of the Sportshub and the Singapore Indoor Stadium. The race will start at the Decathlon Singapore Lab at 230 Stadium Boulevard, so get your running shoes ready, channel your inner athlete and enjoy the view while you work up a good sweat. In addition, Decathlon won’t be giving a medal of completion as they aim to be “the most eco-friendly race”. Race registration starts from $30 for a single person via Decathlon’s website.
Decathlon x Get Active Race
Decathlon Singapore Lab, 230 Stadium Blvd, 397799
To celebrate the joyous occasion of its 6th anniversary and Singapore’s birthday, Carlton City Hotel Singapore at Gopeng Street is having amazing deals for just $6. Enjoy a freshly grilled sausage platter from the live station for $6 on Aug 6; house pour spirits for $6 (U.P. $10) on Aug 7, a limited edition National Day cocktail – the Red Jewel — a concoction of Bacardi, Cranberry Juice, Perilla Juice, Triple Sec and Popcorn Syrup — for $6 on Aug 9 (U.P. $10 for the rest of August) and house beers (half pint) or house wine by the glass for $6 on Aug 11 (U.P. $11). The deals are available at Carlton City Hotel Singapore’s lobby bar The Trading Floor, contemporary restaurant Plate and its rooftop Graffiti Sky Bar, from 3pm to 9pm. A great and wallet-friendly way to toast to the nation’s 54th year of independence, we say. For more info, visit here.
6 – 11 August,
Carlton City Hotel Singapore, 1 Gopeng St, 078862
Mental illness is not a buzzword, but a real condition that can afflict anyone. Born out of an interview with 20 actors who had or are going through mental health issues, Acting Mad was created to shed light into the misunderstood condition and debunk the surrounding stigma. The production team’s goal is simple: “Can sharing our stories, and creating theatre, be a form of solace and support?” We’d like to hope so. The show is free-seating and tickets cost $28 each via Sistic.
The Orange Production – Acting Mad
7 – 11 August
The Necessary Stage Black Box Theatre, 278 Marine Parade Rd, 449282
Set at Wild Rice’s new theatre space in the revamped Funan shopping mall, Supervision follows the life of Teck, a 71-year-old grumpy retiree, as he is cared by his daughter Jenny and domestic worker Yanti. This play created by Thomas Lim aims to look at the realities of an ageing population and it asks questions such as: Would you give up the things you enjoy in exchange for a few more years? Does working in someone else’s home mean giving up your right to privacy? And to what lengths would you go in order to watch over someone you love? Tickets cost upwards of $40 each via Sistic.
8 – 18 August
The Ngee Ann Kongsi Theatre @ Wild Rice, Funan Level 4, 107 North Bridge, 179105
Visit the kid-sized City and celebrate Singapore’s 54th birthday! Turn up the heat as you dance to the latest KPop hits with ActiveSG, or get crafty and design your very own parachute with MuzArt.
Purchase your tickets here.
Get Active at KidZania Singapore
8 – 9 August
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
KidZania Singapore, Palawan Kidz City 31 Beach View #01-01/02, 098008
After many successful runs, KidZania Singapore’s popular outdoor roadshow, KidZania Go! is back and now headed to Our Tampines Hub! What’s more, all Kid visitors can look forward and try out two exclusive role-play activities by Maybank and Sunshine.
Plus, check out these sweet promotions you can snag during the event!
- Receive a FREE Adult ticket and two 6R-sized photo vouchers (worth
S$85) when you purchase 2 Kid tickets at S$124
- Enjoy S$54 OFF KidZania Singapore Annual Pass (U.P. S$288) and
receive a goodie bag worth S$88
- S$100 OFF when you sign up for a Birthday Party Package
KidZania Go! to Our Tampines Hub (Gate 1)
8 – 10 August
11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Our Tampines Hub, 1 Tampines Walk, 528523
Gear up for Singapore’s 54th birthday! This year’s NDP, held at the Padang, will feature highlights such as a special bicentennial segment that features eight floats, the inaugural participation of the Singapore Armed Forces and Home Team Volunteer contingent at the parade and ceremony, the return of the mobile column with new features, and the debut of the Republic of Singapore Air Force’s multi-role tanker transport in the aerial display. Read more about the parade and what you can expect here!
Don’t fret if you didn’t manage to get a ticket. Catch the live screening at SAFRA Jurong, Mount Faber, Punggol, Tampines and Toa Payoh, watch the fireworks at the Esplanade waterfront, or catch the mobile column at Bishan, Geylang Serai, Jurong East, Punggol and Woodlands at about 6.45pm on Aug 10.
You can also celebrate Singapore’s 54th birthday across different venues on Aug 9. From an array of family activities at One Tampines Hub to performances by local artists at Sentosa, we are set to go all out in celebrating Singapore’s independence day. More info here.
National Day Parade 2019
Grew up listening to Westlife’s If I Let You Go, Queen of My Heart and Unbreakable and know the lyrics to all of its catchy songs? We won’t judge. We’re just saying you should pencil this into your calendar, stat. Irish pop boy band Westlife will be coming to Singapore to celebrate its 20th anniversary (where did all the time go?) with a one-night only concert at the National Stadium. Bring along your girlfriends and get set to bask in the past as Nicky Byrne, Kian Egan, Mark Feehily, and Shane Filan serenade you with their smooth-as-silk vocals. Tickets cost upwards of $108 each via Sportshubtix.
Westlife – The Twenty Tour
National Stadium, 1 Stadium Dr, 397629
Local comedian Hossan Leong is turning the big 5-0 this year and he’s inviting you to celebrate with him at his show at the Drama Centre Theatre. Known for his comedic takes on current affairs and local culture, Hossan will be treating the audience to a night of laughs as he sings and quips about living through six tourism slogans, three recessions, two international airports and one government. Hossan has also mentioned via his social media that this production will be his last one-man standup show. Tickets cost upwards of $55 via Sistic.
Hossan-AH 50! Love You LEONG Time!
14 – 31 August
Drama Centre Theatre, #03-01 National Library Building, 100 Victoria St, 188064
Singapore’s favourite online marketplace Carousell turns seven this year and to celebrate, it’s presenting the best of Carousell with over three hundred specially curated booths selling lifestyle knick-knacks like retro games, unique crafts, clothes, and more. Booths will be organised according to theme, including style and craft, photo spots, workshops, games and more.
This annual marketplace allows buyers, sellers and the public to interact and form communities and interest groups through a host of interactive activities open to all. You and your squad can also take photos at the Instagrammable zones or participate in a lucky draw where you can win up to $500 or exclusive Carousell merchandise.
More information here.
16 – 18 August (16 Aug, 5pm – 9pm, 17 – 18 Aug, 12pm – 9pm)
Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Halls A & B, 10 Bayfront Ave, 018956
In support of SG Bicentennial, the Temple of Fine Arts (TFA) is staging “Hrdaya – Heartstrings” on 16th & 17th August 2019, at the SOTA Drama Theatre. Hrdaya is an original music score conceived and presented by TFA, and explores the emotions and thoughts of Sir Stamford Raffles as he stood on the Island 200 years ago, to the Singapore of today and its inhabitants.
In addition to live orchestra presenting original music, Hrdaya will also feature the delivery of poetry woven into its narrative, abridged from the works of notable poets from all across the world. Live puppetry will accompany one of the musical compositions. Hrdaya will also carry original works of paintings at the foyer of the theatre.
Find out more here!
200 Years Later: A Raffles Renaissance Through Indian Music
16 – 17 August
7.30 p.m. (16 August), 3 p.m. and 7.30p.m.
SOTA Drama Theatre, 1 Zubir Said Dr, 227968
Trevor Noah is a South African comedian known for his satirical news program The Daily Show on American cable channel Comedy Central as well as his razor-sharp wit honed through stand-up comedy tours. His autobiographical book, Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood, is a bestseller and is currently in the works of becoming a movie starring Lupita Nyong’o. Both of his shows are sold out (the second was added after the first saw tickets snapped up within hours), but if you are one of the lucky few who got one, you can expect a night of hilarious quips, spot-on impressions and critical commentary. Tickets cost upwards of $98 via Sistic.
Trevor Noah Loud & Clear Tour 2019
The Star Theatre, 1 Vista Exchange Green, #04-01, 138617
This one’s for the alternative music lovers. The 18th edition of Baybeats, one of the biggest music festivals in Singapore and the region, presents a fist-pumping, head-banging lineup of local and international acts spanning genres from folk to pop, punk to hip-hop, electro to post-rock, and more. These include LEW, a Singaporean folk singer-songwriter, Stopgap, a local indie rock band, and Reality Club, an Indonesian alternative/indie band, among many others. Discover a new crop of emerging bands and artists around the region, as well as budding bands from the Baybeats Budding Bands mentorship programme making their debut at the festival.
This year also sees the iconic Powerhouse Stage getting a new lease of life at the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre. As one of the festival’s main stages, the Powerhouse stage has made its appearance every year since 2007. Head to Esplanade’s website for more information.
23 – 25 August
Esplanade, 1 Esplanade Dr, 038981
Have your cameras at the ready! The Singapore Night Festival returns for its 12th edition with a plethora of activities and interactive light installations around the Bras Basah and Bugis precincts, at the heart of Singapore’s arts and heritage district.
For two weekends, after sundown, you get to feast your eyes on the light displays on the facades of buildings such as the National Museum of Singapore, Singapore Art Museum and the Peranakan Museum, as well as revel in a massive street party filled with magic demonstrations, musical, dance, aerial and street performances by local and international talents, film screenings and more. One of them is Argentinian performing group Fuerza Bruta, who will be performing at Cathay Green.
This artistic extravaganza is free for all. Don’t miss this opportunity to see Singapore’s arts and cultural heritage in a new light! Head to Singapore Night Festival website for more information.
Singapore Night Festival
23 – 31 August
Bras Basah and Bugis District
Find out more about the impact of disposable single-use plastics on our environment at this talk by community group Plastic-Lite SG, and learn simple actions we can take to reduce our environmental footprint. Plus, learn how to turn plastic or foil food packaging into a useful zippered pouch in a fun craft workshop!
Participants are encouraged to bring your own plastic/foil snack or confectionery packaging for the workshop. All other craft materials will be provided.
Limited spaces available. $10 per ticket includes presentation, craft workshop and light refreshments. Visit plastics-talk.peatix.com for registration.
The Reality Behind the Convenience: Environmental Awareness Talk and Craft Workshop
2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
National Museum of Singapore The Salon, Level 1, 93 Stamford Rd, 178897
Don’t miss out on this year’s Shape Run 2019! Not only is it the leading all-women’s race in Singapore, but since its inception in 2006, Shape Run has seen over 107,000 participants take part in the 10KM, 5KM, and 1.8KM family run categories.
Attracting all levels of runners from all walks of life, Shape Run offers an inspiring and empowering #WeRunTheWorld environment – which includes expert-led running workshops and training runs with motivating female pacers – pushes participants to put their best foot forward and hit their running goals. Coupled with impeccable organisation, on-trend sponsors, exciting fringe activities, high-value goodie bags and uplifting vibes, Shape Run remains a sought-after running event, year after year.
Bring your kids to Cluny Court’s monthly storytelling session this August! Come and find out about the story of The Greedy Frog, a big frog who drank up all the water – until the rivers and ponds and lakes were dry. Find out from our Young Storyteller what happened to the animals.
Suitable for kids aged 5 to 7 years old.
Monthly Storytelling @ Cluny Court
12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Level 2 Cluny Court, 501 Bukit Timah Road, 259760
Known for her signature high-pitched “Hiiiii”, Alaska, a drag queen whose real name is Justin Honard, shot to fame when she competed in American competition show RuPaul’s Drag Race. She placed second in the fifth season and went on to win the second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars. Now, Alaska is showcasing her charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent in her performance in Singapore. Here’s hoping that Alaska will perform originals from her multiple music albums and entertain us with lip syncs to pop music favourites. The show is R18 and tickets cost upwards of $98 each via Sistic.
Alaska – Live in Singapore
Shine Auditorium, 100 Beach Rd, Shaw Tower, 189702
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the El Primero, Swiss luxury watchmaker Zenith has prepared an interactive pop-up exhibition at Ngee Ann City Civic Plaza to enthrall horophiles, timepiece collectors and casual onlookers alike. Not only will you be presented with the story behind the El Primero, the world’s first automatic chronograph movement, you also get to learn more about Zenith’s watchmaking world. Expect 3D displays and props as well as a tour of a 3D setup of a secret attic in the Zenith manufacture that reportedly housed all the tools that watchmaker Charles needed to manufacture El Primero. The façade of the marquee, which will house the exhibition, will also be transformed to resemble that of the Zenith manufacture in Le Locle, Switzerland. You’ll also get to try on a range of watches from the current Zenith collection at its open concept watch bar.
Admission is free and no registration is required.
Zenith’s A Star Through Time
28 August – 1 September
Ngee Ann City, 391 Orchard Rd, 238873
When a family elder passes and the family gathers to mourn, how do the living deal with the loss and the ensuing rites and rituals? Focusing on a family as they hold a seven-day wake at the void deck, Eat Duck by local theatre company Checkpoint Theatre delves into the nature of love and loss and unravels the meaning of being family. The play is written by playwright Zenda Tan and directed by Claire Wong. The show is free-seating and tickets cost $45 each via Sistic.
Eat Duck by Checkpoint Theatre
29 August – 8 September
SOTA (School of the Arts) Studio Theatre, 1 Zubir Said Dr, 227968
Ever wondered how dinosaurs used to roam the earth? Now you can get a glimpse with the Walking with Dinosaurs production created based on a BBC television series. The $20 million production uses animatronic technology to recreate the movements of these creatures. In fact, the company even stays abreast with the latest research and tweaks the production accordingly, down to the feathering detail. Relive the Jurassic Park fantasy at this family-friendly show with 18 dinosaurs including Tyrannosaurus Rex, Stegosaurus and Brachiosaurus. If you’d missed the first show when it was here in 2010, now’s your chance to catch it. Tickets cost upwards of $78 each via Sportshubtix.
Walking with Dinosaurs
29 August – 5 September
Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk, 397691
A free-spirited Romani woman Carmen gets caught between a jealous corporal Don José and a flirtatious bullfighter Escamillo — in other words, it’s a recipe for a perfect disaster. Created by French composer Georges Bizet, Carmen is one of the most popular operas in the canon and is known for its realistic character portrayal and equally gripping music and orchestration. While the show is sung in French, there will be English and Mandarin subtitles available. Tickets cost upwards of $35 each via Sistic.
29 August – 1 September
Esplanade Theatre, 1 Esplanade Dr, 038981
Using dance as the medium, In Your Shadow aims to investigate the gender roles and expectations that women bear. Two stories are told here. The first, Man. Untold., looks into the many standards imposed on women, from how she behaves to the way she looks. The second, The Last Walk for Water, retells the story of a young Ethiopian girl, Letikiros Hailu, who kills herself after spilling the water she had walked eight hours to fetch. The show is free-seating and costs $25 per person via Sistic.
In Your Shadow
30 – 31 August
Esplanade Theatre Studio, 1 Esplanade Dr, 038981
Stretch your limits this month with an array of unique workshops at Pure Yoga this month – ranging from an immersive 11-day challenge to a soothing and healing sound therapy workshop.
- 11 Day Yoga Challenge with Kristin Khor (12 – 22 August)
This 11-day challenge by Pure Teacher Kristin covers a range of carefully crafted sessions and topics that allow participants to go beyond just the asana and enjoy the benefits of a more holistic yoga programme.
- Chakra & Sound Healing Therapy CET with Stanley Lim (16 – 25 August)
Join Pure Teacher Stanley in this 50-hour intensive as he seeks to share the immense benefits of Sound Healing Therapy which includes alleviating stress, reducing pain, improving sleep patterns, and achieving a heightened sense of concentration and alertness.
This weekend series by Pure Teacher Daria is designed to increase mobility, range of motion and reduce tension across the body. Each session focuses on a different area of the body and uses important elements of developing flexibility.
- Hot 26 Immersion with Missy & Noy (31 August – 1 September)
In this workshop, Pure Teachers Missy and Noy will deconstruct the 26-posture series with a strong emphasis on alignment and benefits. Each lecture session will break down the classic hot sequence pose by pose with demonstrations, hands-on adjustments, and a strong emphasis on physical benefits of each posture
Pure Yoga Workshops
12 August – 1 September
Multiple locations, see each event for details.
In collaboration with Ce La Vi and Marina Bay Sands, party it up this August at Silent Disco Asia! Held at the Marina Bay Sands Observation Deck, this unique, once-in-a-lifetime party will be like no other. Snag your tickets quick and head skywards for what promises to be an amazing and memorable event!
Get more information and buy your tickets here.
Silent Disco Asia
10 Bayfront Ave, 018956
By Ho Guo Xiong, Joy Fang, Joyce Chua and Melodi Ghui, July 2019
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