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1. Songkran Festival 2024

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Experience a taste of the Songkran festivities right here in Singapore at Thai Supermarket’s first-ever Songkran Festival! For just 2 days this weekend, there’s going to be happenings like Thai massages, traditional dance performances, Muay Thai demonstrations, authentic street food and even a giant human claw machine!

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Look out for tantalising food deals from just $3 on mini boat noodles, banana fritters, fried chicken skin, mango sticky rice, Yaowarat buns and more; plus a free cup of Chang beer for the first 100 redemptions! Register for the event here and be the first 50 to show up and you’ll get a free foodie bag, no spending required!


Songkran Festival 2024

Dates: 13th-14th April 2024

Address: 12 Kallang Ave, #01-20 Aperia Mall, Singapore 339511

Opening Hours: 10am-10pm daily



2. The Car Expo

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Car enthusiasts are in for a treat, as Singapore’s largest car show is coming back to Expo this weekend from 13th to 14th April 2024! Admission to the event is free, and you’ll find a plethora of exclusive car deals, accessories, services and more!

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The Car Expo is a mega one-stop destination for all your automotive needs and interested car owners can also shop for new or pre-owned cars, along with exclusive new car launches. Some participating brands include BMW, BYD, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, ORA, Hyundai, Lexus and more. What’s more the first 1000 visitors daily will receive a limited-edition portable neck fan, no spending required! 


The Car Expo

Dates: 13th-14th April 2024

Address: Singapore EXPO Hall 4 & 5, 1 Expo Dr, Singapore 486150

Opening Hours: 10am-8pm daily



3. SGP: Dare To Be Different Exhibition


Get your #F1 racing fix this weekend! Check out what the good folks at the all new Gallery26 have put together for their inaugural exhibition — SGP: Dare To Be Different 🏁 Dive into the evolution of the #F1NightRace and discover the meticulous planning and engineering marvels behind the creation of the Marina Bay Street Circuit. Details ⬇️ 📍Blk 26 Dempsey Road 📆 Tuesday – Sunday ⏰ 11am – 6pm 🎟 Free admission for all #exhibitions #motorsport #Singapore #exploresg #f1

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The F1 Grand Prix in Singapore is not happening for a couple months, but it’s never too early to start getting geared up for the race season isn’t it? You can now visit the SGP: Dare To Be Different exhibition to discover the history of how the Marina Bay Street Circuit was created!

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Housed at the new Gallery 26 in Dempsey, admission to the F1 exhibition is free. Race enthusiasts can browse signed race gear by some of your favourite drivers, relive snapshots of some of the best race moments, touch a bit of the actual racetrack, check out the livery and more. 


SGP: Dare To Be Different Exhibition

Dates: Now till 30th September 2024

Address: 26 Dempsey Rd, #01-03, Singapore 249686

Opening Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 11am-6pm 



4. Sentosa Sensoryscape


Discover Singapore’s newest gem, @Sentosa Sensoryscape, an attraction that dazzles both by day and night. Explore interactive gardens designed to awaken your senses, offering an immersive experience that is also perfect for photo opportunities.   #SentosaIsland #SentosaSensoryscape #DiscoverSentosa #DiscoveryNeverEnds #LetYourSensesWander

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This is arguably one of the most popular and visually stunning new attractions in Singapore, with its immersive day-to-night multi-sensory experience complete with light, scent, sound and touch! Spanning a whopping 30,000 sqm, Sensoryscape connects Resorts World Sentosa to the beaches on the island, making for a scenic walk filled with mesmerising digital light art installations and more.

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There are 6 sensory gardens as well as 7 unique digital light art installations, along with AR features at the Scented Sphere and Symphony Streams. One of the highlights of Sensoryscape is definitely Symphony Streams, one of the most IG-worthy parts of the attraction where you stand surrounded by interactive light projections of vibrant marine life for a super surreal and awe-inspiring experience. 


Sentosa Sensoryscape

Address: 3 Siloso Rd, 098977

Opening Hours: 24 Hours




5. Digicam Depository Claw Machine

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Want to win yourself a free digicam? Head down to the Digicam Depository’s claw machine event this weekend and you might just win yourself a camera for free! There are over 30 free cameras up for grabs from the claw machine, including digicams and camcorders.

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There’s no spending required at all to play: all you need is to follow @digicam.depository on Instagram or tag them on your story to redeem a free token to play! Prizes in the claw machine are restocked daily, and you can stand to win attractive prizes including camera accessories, camera cases, store credits and more!


Digicam Depository

Dates: Now till 14th April 2024

Address: 43 Haji Lane, Level 2

Opening Hours: 12pm-9pm daily



6. Little Shop of Horrors

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Ready for a horror-filled comedy rock musical here in Singapore? The smash-hit Broadway musical Little Shop of Horrors has been thrilling theatre junkies all over the world for over 30 years, and they’ll be making a stop in Singapore from now till 28th April 2024!

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The musical tells the harrowing and hilariously ridiculous fantasy tale of a carnivorous plant that wants to take over the world and the inevitable chaos that ensues. The musical is held at the SOTA Drama Theatre and tickets start from $38 per person. 


Little Shop of Horrors

Dates: Now till 28th April 2024

Address: 1 Zubir Said Dr, Singapore 227968




7. Maxwell Farmers Market

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If you’ve never been to a farmer’s market in Singapore, here’s your chance: the next one’s happening at Maxwell and features a plethora of local and homegrown produce. The Maxwell Farmer’s Market will be happening across 2 days this weekend and will have fresh produce, an art corner, craft cocktails and more.

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Enjoy curated goods from local farmers, craftsmen, artisanal producers, plus food and tipples from Sago, Low Tide, Huggs, Lavi Tacos and more. The event is free to enter and is also pet-friendly, so feel free to bring your furry ones for a fun day out!


Maxwell Farmers Market

Dates: 13th-14th April 2024

Address: 30 Maxwell Rd, 

Opening Hours: 11am-5pm daily



8. Goddess Exhibition

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Celebrate the brave, bold and beautiful superstars of the past and present at this new goddess-inspired exhibition at ArtScience Museum. Goddess champions some of the cinematic achievements made by women in Hollywood, Hong Kong, Bollywood and beyond.

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Some of the extraordinary women spotlighted in the exhibition include Michelle Yeoh, Anna Tsuchiya, Marilyn Monroe, Laverne Cox, Zhang Ziyi and more. Find exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, never-before-seen sketches and original costumes as well as part of the exhibition. Tickets start from $20 per person. 



Dates: Now till 11th August 2024

Address: ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974

Opening Hours: 10am-7pm daily




9. Sakura 2024

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Sakura season is back, and if you’re not travelling overseas to see the cherry blossoms in full bloom, you can still experience a taste of it right here at Gardens by the Bay’s inaugural sakura display at the Flower Dome!

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This year’s floral display features not only the gorgeous sakura trees, where will also be whimsical paper cranes decorating the ceiling, a replica of the iconic Japanese torii gates for photo ops, plus a model of the golden Kinkakuji Temple, one of Kyoto’s most recognisable structures. Tickets to Flower Dome start from $12 per person.


Sakura 2024

Dates: Now till 21st April 

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

Opening Hours: 9am-9pm daily




10. Axe Factor

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Looking to let off some steam? Head down to Singapore’s first axe-throwing range, Axe Factor, with their newly-opened outlet at Sentosa! If you’re not familiar with the popular sport, axe throwing is a trendy and also effective way to decompress: simply by throwing axes at wooden targets in a safe and controlled environment.

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If you’re new to axe throwing, make sure to wear closed-toe covered shoes. Participants under 18 years old are also required to have their parents/guardian sign an indemnity form. Sessions at Axe Factor are priced from $38 per person for an hour. 


Axe Factor

Address: 2 Gunner Ln, #02-04/05 Mess Hall Sentosa, Blk 17, Singapore 099567

Opening Hours: 12pm-10pm daily




11. Naruto: The Gallery

[FIRST LOOK] The highly anticipated Naruto: The Gallery is finally here in Singapore, and here’s what to expect for your visit! Naruto: The Gallery Dates: 28th March-30th June 2024 Address: Universal Studios Singapore

♬ Naruto Main Theme – Jae Meng

Dattebayo! The highly anticipated Naruto: The Gallery is finally here in Singapore, the exhibition’s first-ever debut outside of Japan! Relive the origin story of Naruto and his friends through 6 zones, with character artworks, storyboards, and even a realistic diorama of the Konohagakure village.

There will also be an immersive mini theatre, photobooth, retail store and even a café where you can order Naruto’s favourite Ichiraku Ramen ($22), Sasuke’s Fireball Meatballs ($8), Sakura Blossom Burger ($17), Tenten Dumplings ($8) and more. 


Naruto: The Gallery

Dates: Now till 30th June 2024

Address: Universal Studios Singapore, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269