Looking forward to the long weekend? Easter brunches aside, keep yourself entertained with the many activities and events occurring this week. Sing and dance the night away as you party like never before at Asia’s biggest music festival, and eat to your heart’s desire at Taiwan’s most popular street fair.

Floral Fantasy at Gardens by the Bay

Add some one-of-the-kind to your social media feed at Floral Fantasy, the latest themed exhibition at Gardens by the Bay, which combines flowers, artistry and technology as to induce an illusive and whimsical experience on visitors. Featuring 4 garden landscapes, each depicting a distinctive concept, there’s even a 4D ride – ‘Flight of the Dragonfly’ taking place at the new Fantasy Theatre that’s sure to be a highlight for any thrill-seeker.

Surround yourself with nature from 14 April 2019 at Gardens by the Bay from 9am to 9pm daily. See the event page here for more details.


Instead of after-work drinks, why not witness emerging talents from LASALLE College of the Arts? The graduating students from Musical Theatre, and Technical and Production Management will be performing Aida – an award-winning musical rock opera narrating an epic tale of love, loyalty and betrayal based in Ancient Egypt. Featuring a diverse cast, immerse yourself to the light-hearted dancing, staging and singing with music from the legendary Elton John and lyrics written by Tim Rice.

Experience the theatrical event from 16 to 20 April 2019 at The Singapore Airlines Theatre, Basement 1 from 7.30pm to 10.30pm. Tickets are priced from $10, available here. See the event page here for more details.

Mambo Jambo with Jeremy Boon & Leonard T

While Mambo Jambo was created to attract those looking to break their virgin party experience, it now serves as a popular haven for party animals and is a classic in the Singapore nightlife scene. Promising a night filled with memories and nostalgia, be sure to dress to impress, and let your hair down as you sing and dance till dawn to tracks from resident DJ Jeremy Boon and local artist Leonard T.

Feel the Mambo No. 5 on 18 April 2019 at Zouk Singapore from 10pm to 4am. Tickets are priced at $45 (men) and $35 (female). See the event page here for more details.

Skechers Sundown Festival 2019

Show your support for our local and other Asian artists at Asia’s largest music festival – Sundown Festival. Presented by Skechers, the festival not only showcases a round-up of well-known musicians such as Charlie Lim, DJ Soda, Henry Fong and TOKiMONSTA, but it also puts food and art on display as to celebrate and foster Asian cultures. You could browse through the various art installations, film screenings, bazaar, food and entertainment while experiencing an immersive music wonderland.

Dive into your inner Indie soul from 19 to 21 April 2019 at Siloso Beach, Sentosa. See the event page here for more details. 

Shilin Night Market Singapore

You won’t have to travel to Taiwan to get a taste of authentic Taiwanese food as one of the country’s largest and most famous night markets is coming to town. Taking place for the very first time and organised by the team behind Artbox Singapore, you will find a new definition of eat, shop, play and fun as you explore a myriad of Taiwanese and local street delicacies, creative eats, pop-up artisan stores, arcade games and movie screenings. Get a taste of Taiwan infused with Singaporean components, so for foodies seeking to discover new experiences, this is right up your alley.

Be a local tourist from 19 to 21 April 2019, and 26 to 28 April 2019 at The Grounds@Kranji, Singapore Turf Club Carpark B from 3pm to 11pm. See the event page here for more details.