1. Make a Christmas memory with Tiffany & Co. and ION Orchard!

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Photo: Courtesy of Tiffany & Co.

The gigantic Tiffany Blue box located at the base of the tree houses an interactive photo booth that allows you to take a photo and a six seconds video with loved ones — or yourself, if you are so inclined — against a sparkling New York Skyline. It’s a fun and free activity that sees you leaving with a photo collected from the American jeweller’s ION boutique nearby. Plus, you can visit www.atiffanyholiday.com.sg to view the video and share it on your Facebook and Instagram accounts from there.

Until 2 January 2017, at ION Orchard

2. Eat your way through a street food market or catch a gig at Gallery Light to Night

Photo: National Gallery of Singapore

For the next two weekends, the National Gallery is celebrating its first anniversary with a slew of installations, night tours and performances.

From 25 to 27 November 2016, 2 to 4 December, National Gallery of Singapore 

3. Get inspired by milestones in space travel at NASA: A Human Adventure

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Photo: Marina Bay Sands

Over 200 artifacts in the exhibition document man’s historic journeys to space (and back).

Until March 2017, Marina Bay Sands 

4. Head down to Neon Lights to see Sigur Rós and Foals

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Fort Canning park will host the two-day music and art festival for the second time.
From 26 to 27 November 2016, Fort Canning Park

5. Enjoy a movie or masterclass at SGIFF

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Photo: SGIFF

Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky will be speaking on Friday afternoon, while discussion panels featuring Jack Neo and filmmakers from Peru and Bolivia are due to be held on Sunday.

Until 4 December, various locations islandwide

By Ryan Sng & Dana Koh