Not sure where to go this week? We’ve got you covered! There’s even more things to do in Singapore coming up, and you’re sure to find something to spark your interest in this list. Here’s our weekly round up of some of the new and unique things to see and do in Singapore:
Shiok Shiok Night Market
A Bangkok-themed night market in the heart of Orchard Road, Shiok Shiok Night Market gives us the taste of Bangkok without having to leave Singapore! From mookata to fresh grills, there’s something for every Thai food lover here! Not to mention, the night market is open from 4pm to 3am daily, so you can definitely get a late-night meal if you’re in the area. What’s more, Shiok Shiok Night Market is here to stay, making it one of Orchard Road’s new hidden gems. The next time you’re out late in town, why not stop by and grab a bite?
Address: Next to Concorde Hotel Singapore, 100 Orchard Road, Singapore 238840
Opening Hours: Monday–Sunday 4pm–3am
The Sea Show (SG Maritime Gallery)
Looking for somewhere to bring the kids? The Sea Show, created in conjunction with EYEYAH! and the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) is a visually stimulating and thought-provoking experience for kids to learn about the ocean. Featuring the work of artists, visual thinkers, and illustrators from 13 countries, the exhibition celebrates the wonders of travellers and explorers, ships, and cargoes while recognising some of the threats to ocean life. The exhibition runs from now until 13 July, so don’t miss it!
Date: Now–13 July 2021
Address: Singapore Maritime Gallery, 31 Marina Coastal Drive, Level 2, Singapore 018988
Opening Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 9am–6pm
Rewritten: The World Ahead of Us
A brand new commission by the Public Art Trust, Rewritten presents 14 text-based public artworks by Singapore artists in response to an uncertain world ahead of us since the onset of COVID-19. Distributed across eight parks spanning east to west, the artworks resemble visual poetry unfurling across the island, awaiting discovery. Come on a reflective inner journey across the island and embark on your own personal encounter with art.
Date: Now–6 June 2021
Opening Hours: 24 hours daily
Bringing the flavours of Hokkaido to Singapore, Baristart Coffee started out in June 2015 as a simple coffee stand. Today, Baristart Coffee has evolved into a lifestyle café serving up a full-range menu. From coffee to desserts and savouries, Baristart Coffee prides itself on its use of pure Hokkaido dairy that is both rich and creamy with a tinge of sweetness. With adorable concoctions and Insta-worthy latte art, there’s plenty to love about this café!
Baristart Coffee Sentosa
Address: 40 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 098996
Opening Hours: Monday–Friday 10am–5pm
Baristart Coffee Tras Street
Address: 65 Tras Street, Singapore 079004
Opening Hours: Monday–Sunday 9am–9pm
Lego BricksWorld Suntec City
Singapore’s largest LEGO store, Bricks World at Suntec City boasts over 2088 square feet of LEGO goodness. With a LEGO mosaic merlion wall and augmented reality features, this is the place to go if you’re looking for cool LEGO swag! You can also get exclusive merchandise at the store, as well as build your own mini-figure. If you’re a fan of LEGO, this is the ultimate essential store to go to!
Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard #01-305, West Wing, 038983
Opening Hours: Monday–Sunday 10.30am–9.30pm
A group exhibition featuring 14 local and international contemporary artists, Transcendental explores the human form and condition through the timeless and ever-evolving style of figurative painting. These beautifully distorted and exaggerated representations that exist within these painted universes retain strong references to the world we live in. Paintings evolve into familiar yet warped artistic versions of curated spaces, each holding lived stories, immortalised by artists. Transcendental provokes the viewer to question their stories and challenge the reality in which they live in.
Date: Now–25 April 2021
Address: 61 Aliwal Street, Singapore 199937
Opening Hours: Tuesday–Saturday 12pm–7pm