Take a break from your festive shopping at ION Sky on level 56, where you can rest your feet and enjoy a multimedia project light show of Koi fishes swimming through a stream amidst a cherry blossom forest.
Part of the mall’s festive theme of carp fishes this Lunar New Year, visitors can catch this special themed show from 10am to 10pm daily during the respective dates. To access ION Sky, visitors will have to spend a minimum of $20 at the mall for complimentary entry.
Chinese New Year Light Projection Show
25 January – 19 February
2 Orchard Turn, Level 56, 238801
To enhance visitor experience, these two museums will be undergoing refurbishments to its infrastructure and offerings starting March.
The Singapore Philatelic Museum will be closed to the public from March 18 and is due to re-open at the end of 2020, while the Peranakan Museum will be closed from April 1 and slated to be open again in mid-2021.
So why not head on over this weekend before it’s too late?
Singapore Philatelic Museum
23-B Coleman St, 179807
39 Armenian St, 179941
Known for being one of the largest shopping and entertainment extravaganzas in Singapore, the Singapore International Indian Expo is back for its 9th edition with Colours of India.
Expect a wide variety of activities, entertainment and promotions at this vibrant four-day long event, such as dance performances and booths selling jewellery, traditional costumes and more. Admission is free. Visit their website for more information.
Colours of India
1 Raffles Boulevard, Suntec City, 039593
CÉ LA VI enlivens Singapore’s nightlife scene with some of the biggest acts in the business. On Friday, 25 January, CÉ LA VI Club Lounge will host influential and world-renowned DJ, Bob Sinclar. A memorable night of seamless electronic beats and heart-thumping sounds await revellers.
Bob Sinclar at CÉ LA VI
10 p.m. – 11.30 p.m.
1 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay Sands Tower 3, 018971
Listen up, fitness aficionados. Challenge yourself with the Spartan Race, known to be the world’s best obstacle race course. Specially designed to pull you out of your comfort zone, this race isn’t your everyday marathon — you’re expected to push your limits with stadion-like activities, such as running, climbing, crawling through walls, terrain and other challenging obstacles.
Ticket prices start from $158 to $175, and finishers will receive a medal, a trifecta medal edge piece, a race t-shirt, a sling bag, a cap and free professional photos. Click here for more information.
7.30 a.m. – 2.30 p.m.
1 Stadium Drive, 397629
Known for receiving a standing ovation from the audience and judges for his thrilling water tank escape in 2008’s Australia’s Got Talent, Phoenix is coming to Singapore to blow your socks off with a mind-boggling award-winning live show.
Called ‘Psyche!’, this performance uses micro-expression training, psychological tricks, body language reading, lie detection and visual effects to trick your minds. Also, you’ll be treated with his astonishing water escape that will come with spectacular finale at the end of the show. Tickets are from $48 to $140 (VIP) for adults and from $40.80 to $119 (VIP) for children. Visit Apactix to get them now.
Psyche! By Mentalist and Mind Reader Phoenix
6.30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
17 Stamford Rd, 178907
Unless you live under a rock, you must have, at one time, jived to the infectious ditty of Beautiful Girls (2007), sung by Jamaican-American reggae singer and songwriter, Sean Kingston. You’ll now be able to hear this song live, as Kingston is making a special guest appearance at nightclub Bang Bang this January for an exclusive showcase. Expect other tunes such as Fire Burning (2009) from his second studio album at this one-night-only event.
Ticket sales at door costs $45. If you’d wish to make table reservations, limited advance tickets will be available here. Do take note that entry is strictly before 12.30am for online ticket holders.
Sean Kingston Exclusive Showcase
10 p.m. – 11.30 p.m.
7 Raffles Blvd, Marina Square, 039595
There will be an incredible range of food on offer including: an Aussie BBQ from The Butcher, The Travelling Cow food truck, cold pressed juices from SG Organic, delicious vegan options from Kult Kafe, tasty classics from Jamie’s Italian, ice cold coffee thanks to Perk Coffee, and SO MUCH MORE!
Be sure to bring your own esky and settle in a spot under the big shaded tent to enjoy the best of Aussie tunes from our favourite Aussie band, No Worries.
We’ll keep the kids entertained all day long with a variety of bouncy castles, dunk tanks and slip ‘n’ slides (don’t forget the sun-screen and swimmers!). Face painting and sporting games will also keep the kids busy.
Designed for both adults and kids, Maketh Project and Coopita will be hosting sustainable project workshops.
Interested in joining an ANZA sport, social group, or finding out more? Come and visit the ANZA team at the ANZA tent.
Great Australia Day BBQ 2019
2 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Australian International School, 1 Lor Chuan, 556818
By Mizah Salik, 21 January 2019
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