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1. Proof of Personhood Exhibition

Image Credit: Singapore Art Museum

Explore what it means to be human in an age of Artificial Intelligence (AI) with Singapore Art Museum’s (SAM) new Proof of Personhood: Identity and Authenticity in the Face of Artificial Intelligence exhibition. The exhibition features works in various mediums: video, installations, audio and more, aiming to challenge visitors’ perception of what’s real and what’s not.


Fake it till you make it 🤪 These days, the similarities between what’s real and created through technology are uncanny. So how do we consider a piece of art made using DeepFake technology authentic? Explore questions of authenticity with a painter, a pop star and a young Tamil artist in 𝘉𝘦𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘏𝘶𝘮𝘢𝘯—in an age where machines can convincingly simulate human appearance and behaviour. – Reflect on what it means to be “human” in 𝘗𝘳𝘰𝘰𝘧 𝘰𝘧 𝘗𝘦𝘳𝘴𝘰𝘯𝘩𝘰𝘰𝘥– on view from now till 25 Feb 2024 on Level 3, Gallery 3 at Tanjong Pagar Distripark. Admission is free for all! Find out more at #SingaporeArtMuseum #ProofOfPersonhood #singaporetiktok #museum #exhibition #singaporeartexhibition #fyp #tiktoksg #singaporeweekend #Art #arttok #museumtok #trending — 📷 1-3: Installation views of Christopher Kulendran Thomas & Annika Kuhlmann’s 𝘉𝘦𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘏𝘶𝘮𝘢𝘯 (2019, 2022).

♬ Pretty (Sped Up) – MEYY

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Experience the power of AI and deepfake through novel works featuring “Taylor Swift”, hyperrealistic 3D human heads, realistic rehearsed autographs of Justin Bieber and many more. Watch how human identity and authenticity becomes increasingly blurred amidst an AI-powered world, and how one can grapple with such issues.


Proof of Personhood Exhibition 

Dates: Now till 25th February 2024

Address: Level 3, Gallery 3, SAM at Tanjong Pagar Distripark, 39 Keppel Rd, #01-02, Singapore 089065

Opening Hours: 10am-7pm daily




2. New Eden Exhibition

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The New Eden: Science Fiction Mythologies Transformed exhibition sheds light on the imaginary and alternative world of sci-fi through an Asian lens. The exhibition features thought-provoking works by a total of 24 female Asian artists and collectives. Explore themes like mysticism, hybridity, transcendence and otherworldly utopia as you view the artists’ dream worlds, futuristic visions and fantastical realities.

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Highlights from the exhibition include a massive full mirror “mountain” that’s meant to depict the fabled heavenly realm of Shangri-La, an iconic video feature by Mariko Mori featuring a female cyborg, an immersive red “shrine” and many more. 


New Eden Exhibition

Dates: 21st October 2023 onwards

Address: ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974

Opening Hours: 10am-7pm daily




3. See Me, See You Part 2

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After the success of the first See Me, See You exhibition at National Gallery, the exhibition has made a comeback with a second part to the history of early video installation in Southeast Asia. Explore works by various local and regional artists from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and more with unique video-centric art pieces and installations.

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Key works to look out for include steel branches jutting out from slabs of concrete, a modern rendition of ancient shadow puppetry,  a giant circular cloth inscribed with text, a piece featuring piles of dried leaves and more. 


See Me, See You Part 2

Dates: Now till 4th February 2024

Address: National Gallery Singapore, The Ngee Ann Kongsi Concourse Gallery, Level B1, City Hall Wing, Singapore 178957

Opening Hours: 10am-7pm daily




4. Chrysanthemum Charm

Image Credit: Gardens by the Bay

Experience a slice of the idyllic Mongolia with the new Chrysanthemum Charm floral display at Gardens by the Bay! Inspired by the charming open grasslands of Mongolia’s iconic steppes, the floral display features some 80 chrysanthemum varieties, plus 10 new varieties that are making their debut for the first time in Southeast Asia.

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Witness the vast beauty of Mongolian landscapes through lush and sprawling blooms like dianthus, asters, scabiosa and more. There will also be picture-worthy moments with a life-sized installation of an authentic Mongolian “yurt”, with specially curated interior that showcase the traditional nomadic lifestyle of Mongolians. 


Chrysanthemum Charm

Dates: Now till 13th November 2023

Address: Gardens by the Bay, Flower Dome, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953

Opening Hours: 9am-9pm daily




5. LKY: The Experience

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With over 20 immersive and interactive themed rooms to explore, the LKY: The Experience takes you through the life and legacy of Singapore’s founding father on his 100th year anniversary. Expect tons of IG-worthy moments and game zones like retro-inspired “living rooms”, a rainbow slide, ball pit and more.


Save this and definitely get tickets @LKY: THE EXPERIENCE #visitsingapore #singapore #lkyexperience

♬ In the Bosom – Sweet After Tears

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Aside from immersing yourself in the various aesthetics and activities, visitors to the experience will also get to learn more about LKY’s life: from personal stories, intimate anecdotes and even a peek into his love life as well! Tickets to the experience start from $18 per person.


LKY: The Experience

Dates: Now till 31st December 2023

Address: 11 Prinsep Link, Singapore 187949

Opening Hours: 10am-8pm daily




6. Lazarus Island

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The “Tiny Houses” staycation experience on Lazarus Island just got an upgrade, with brand new facilities and activities you can explore while on the island! The island will offer new water sports and activities like stand-up paddling, kayaking and floating yoga boards. Get your food and other island necessities at the newly-opened convenience store SOL by BDC, including ready-to-eat meals, snacks, groceries, grill items and more.

By the end of the year, visitors to the island can also look forward to 9 new “glamping” units offering a unique beachside camping staycation experience by Into The Woods. For more details on the staycation experience on Lazarus Island’s “Tiny Houses”, check out our full article here


Tiny Away Escape @ Lazarus Island

Address: Lazarus Island, Singapore 098593



7. Momiji Matsuri

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The popular Japanese food fair by Isetan is back at NEX this October, this time bringing you a plethora of autumn specialties! Look forward to seasonal delicacies and treats: from savoury street snacks like okonomiyaki, seafood skewers, ramen, fried chicken, takoyaki, croquettes, wagyu baos and more.

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The sweets are also not to be missed, with limited-edition shine muscat crepes, premium jellies, assorted warabimochi, strawberry milk, strawberry shaved ice, sweet potato Kumamon and Danish takoyaki, just to name a couple. 


Momiji Matsuri

Dates: Now till 29th October 2023

Address: NEX Atrium, Level 1, Serangoon Central, 23, Singapore 556083

Opening Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 10.30am-9pm; Friday-Saturday, 10.30am-9.30pm



8. Funko Pop! Pop-Up Store

Image Credits: Changi Airport Group

The iconic Funko has just unveiled a new 200 sq ft experiential pop-up space in Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal 2—the very first ever in Southeast Asia! The Funko series is popular for their quirky and exaggerated features, extra large bobbleheads and eyes, and disproportionately small bodies.

Image Credits: Changi Airport Group

Fans can expect IG-worthy photo moments with giant life-sized Funko statues of Batman, Groot and Harry Potter—all of which are making their official debut exclusively at the pop-up store. The pop-up will feature plenty of merchandise and Funko Pop! boxes of your favourite characters, and also a brand new micro-sized collectible line, Bitty Pop!


Funko Pop! Pop-Up Store

Dates: Now till 29th February 2024

Address: Changi Airport Terminal 2, Level 3 (public area), 60 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819643

Opening Hours: 10am-10pm daily




9. Mamma Mia!

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Catch one of the most iconic smash hit musicals in person at Marina Bay Sands this October 2023! The internationally-acclaimed musical tells the hilarious and touching tale of a mother, daughter and her 3 possible fathers.

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Get ready to laugh and cry, and jam out to hit songs by ABBA. The musical runs for approximately 150 minutes (with a 20-minute intermission), and ticket prices start from $68++ per person. For more details and ticketing, see here.


Mamma Mia!

Dates: Now till 5th November 2023

Address: Sands Theatre, 4 Bayfront Ave, B1, Singapore 018973

Opening Hours: Various




10. IKEA Photobooth

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The viral IKEA photobooth has landed in Singapore, where you can snap cheeky photos, customise with stickers and print them for as low as just 50 cents each! There are 3 different photo sizes you can choose from: 

10cm x 15cm – $0.50

13cm x 18cm – $1

21cm x 30cm – $2


here’s another reason why you should run to IKEA. their photobooth is finally here in Singapore, for just 50 cents a photo and you can even get a photo frame for it too! go have fun with your friends but the queues can get a bit long ah cause the processing time takes awhile! #IKEA #whattoplay #photobooth

♬ Who Says – Max Tacut

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Simply snap your photos, customise them with your favourite frame(s) and stickers, choose your desired photo size, make payment by card and print! You can choose to take pictures directly at the photobooth, or even upload your own via the QR code. 


IKEA Alexandra

Address: 317 Alexandra Rd, Level 1, Singapore 159965

Opening Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 10am-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 10am-11pm