OD on superfood at Haakon café at Holland Village.
The latest player in the superfood scene makes #cleaneating deliciously easy: We’re loving the Pink Pitaya & Chia Bowl, Spirulina Strong smoothie and Smashed Avocado & Feta Toast.
Dance to your own tune at Silent Disco Asia this Saturday, 2 July at Kult Kafé.
All you got to do is slide on the illuminated headphones, pick from three different genres of music to rave it out to, and shuffle on over onto the dance floor.
Get eye-opening insight into the lives of artists from the around the world at The O.P.E.N.
Let The O.P.E.N, an 18-day pre-festival leading up to the Singapore International Festival of the Arts, open your mind and eyes to the struggles and triumphs of humanity, faced by artists around the world. Everyday till 9 July, sifa.sg/theopen
Check into W!ld Rice’s Hotel at Lasalle College of the Arts as part of the 2016 Singapore Theatre Festival.
Set in what looks like one of Singapore’s grandest hotels, this theatrical showcase highlights the many characters that pass through its doors (from Japanese soldiers, international starlets and transsexual sex works, to the spirits that never leave), and the eclectic stories that have emerged from their stays over the decades. From 30 June to 24 July, wildrice.com.sg
Get into the hipster and Hari Raya festivities at the Geylang Bazaar.
It’s the last weekend to feast on this smorgasbord of gula Melaka-drizzled pandan churros, deng deng (dried meat) tacos; rainbow bagels and macaron ice cream sandwiches; and the good ol’ Ramly Burger—but be sure to pick the stall (out of dozens) that give those buns a good toasting!
Connect with Singapore’s young, vibrant creatives and performers at the Shine Festival 2016, which takes over Orchard Road this weekend.
Expect a 60-stall Art Market; urban dance and sports showcases; a film screening of 7 Letters and sharing session by Boo Junfeng; and music performances by our girl, Tabitha Nauser, who will taking to the ION Orchard stage with local acts Shiggay Shay and Gentle Bones, and Jay Park on Saturday.
By Dana Koh