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Hurray, it’s a three day weekend for all of us and you know what that means, more fun, more activities! There’s really no excuse to stay home when you’ve got one extra day to recuperate. So don’t be lazy, put on your dancing shoes and indulge in an evening of salsa dancing before heading to a riverboat party and finally enjoying some larger-than-life sandcastles in Sentosa.

Ready? Let’s go.


Sunrise on the Bandwagon Riverboat


Partying on a riverboat? Count us in. After a successful first edition with over 400 party-goers, Sunrise on the Bandwagon Riverboat is back in action on Sept 1, 2017. Teaming up with The Council, the night will be filled with a stellar line-up of local and international DJs that will party with you all night on the Mississippi Riverboat.

The decks are split into three, with each featuring different DJs such as techno and house mavens Troja, Jonathan Kusumu and many more. Whenever you’re hungry, there will be Mexican food by Santa Fe Tex-Mex Grill offered all night. Be warned, you need to get there early because the party is going to be jam-packed. Tickets at the door are going at $55.

Where: 31 Marina Coastal Drive, Berth 1, Marina South Pier, S(018988)

When: Fri Sept 1, 2017 10pm onwards


Sentosa Sandsation 2017


Come this Friday, Sentosa will be home to Southeast Asia’s biggest sand festival. You can expect 30 larger-than-life sandcastles that spans over five metres in height. Intricately-carved, these sand sculptures will spread over 2,400 square metres of exhibition space on Siloso Beach. So grab your beach towel and head on town to Sentosa.



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Where: Sentosa Siloso Beach, 51 Imbiah Walk, S(099538)

When: Fri Sept 1 – Sept 17, 2017 10am-9pm


Yayoi Kusama Closing Party – The Last Dot


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The much talked-about Yayoi Kusama exhibition is closing and we are definitely not happy about it. But all good things come to an end. In light of that, National Gallery Singapore is teaming up with Gallery & Co to put together a closing ceremony – The Final Dot.

Starting at 8pm sharp, you’d be able to dance in silence within the polka-dotted exhibition ground. Hosted by Silent Disco Asia, this will be your final chance to immerse yourself in the eccentric yet beautiful world of Yayoi Kusama’s. Get your tickets here.

Where: National Gallery Singapore, 1 Saint Andrew’s Road, #01-01 S(178957)

When: Sat Sept 2, 2017 8pm-2am


Soul Food Mahanakorn Takeover


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Are you craving for some Thai comfort food? Then keep your Sunday free for Soul Food Mahanakorn Takeover at Meat Smith. This time, chef Jarrett Wrisley from Bangkok is taking over the kitchen for one night only.

Expect a chockful of reinvented Thai food like the Chiang Mai Sausage, Crispy Pork Knuckles, Smoked Duck Larb and more. Using only the freshest ingredients, all his plates are made in-house. So you know you’re in for a treat.

Where: Meat Smith 167-169 Telok Ayer Street, S(068620)

When: Sun Sept 3, 3017 7pm


Latino Night


Interested in salsa beats? Then head on over to Post Bar at Fullerton Hotel and groove along. Featuring a three-piece band, the party starts from 7pm and everyone gets a welcome drink. So, grab your gal pals and come dressed in salsa-friendly clothes for the evening.

Where: Post Bar, Fullerton Hotel, 1 Fullerton Square, S(049178)

When: Sat Sept 2, 2017