Watch outdoor screenings of movie classics at The National Museum
Bring along your picnic basket and you’ve got the perfect romantic date plan. As part of The National Museum’s Under The Banyan Tree series, some of your favourite movie classics will be screened in a relaxing open-air setting. One of the films to look out for would be 1964’s Mary Poppins, with a twist – this print of the film has been customised with on-screen lyrics so everyone can sing along. How supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! This series will be kicked off with Thunderbirds Are Go!, the big screen adaptation of the cult British puppet television series.

Admission is free.
Screenings run from 23 April to 26 July.
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Check out the flea market at St James Power Station
St. James Power Station is hosting FashBash’s annual flea market, boasting 85 indoor stalls and 40 car boot stalls around the building. It features both men’s and women’s fashion so feel free to bring your guy along and help him pick out some fashionable new clothes without breaking the bank.

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See Life of Imitation, award-winning exhibit by Ming Wong
Ming Wong’s award-winning Life of Imitation premiered at the Singapore Pavilion in the 53rd Venice Biennale last year and won a Special Mention from the jury. His exhibition will now be showcased on home turf with new designs and additional exhibits. Learn about the Golden Age of Singapore cinema in the 50s and 60s through video re-interpretations, documentaries and cinema posters. For a more in depth exploration into the artist’s works, join guest curator Tang Fu Kuen on his tour on 7 May. Registration is required.

The exhibition runs from 22 April to 22 August at the Singapore Art Museum.
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See Kelly Clarkson live in concert
We all cheered along with the roaring crowd on our television sets when she was crowned the first American Idol and we knew the words to A Moment Like This by heart. All-American girl-next-door turned worldwide superstar Kelly Clarkson has sold over 50 million albums and won 2 Grammys, but still remains the girl we want to be best friends with. You and your girlfriends can rock out to hits like Since U Been Gone and My Life Would Suck Without You as her powerhouse vocals fill the Singapore Indoor Stadium next week.

Date: Tuesday, 27 April
Tickets available at from $60 to $170.





Vote for the Triumph Inspiration Award 2010 and win
12 national finalists from Raffles Design Institute have come up with lingerie designs created around the theme ‘Shape Sensation’ for this year’s Triumph Inspiration Award. Judged by a panel from the fields of design, fashion and media. The winner would represent Singapore in the international final at London. Vote for your favourite design at and you could win a pair of tickets to the national final at AMORE LIVING fitness and spa club at City Square Mall, as well as a $20 Triumph product voucher.






Visit Hershey’s Chocolate World to buy the world’s largest Hershey’s bar
Take a trip down to Resorts World Sentosa to pick up some sweet treats at South East Asia’s very first Hershey’s Chocolate World. From Jolly Ranchers to Reese’s Pieces to plain old Hershey’s Kisses, this is a store that has everything a candy lover could want. Make sure you bring your friends along so they can help you cart home the world’s largest Hershey’s bar, weighing a staggering 2.26 kg. All kinds of Hershey’s memorabilia like keychains and mugs can be found here to help you proudly proclaim your love for all things chocolate.






Party at the closing of the World Gourmet Summit
Dance, drink and make merry while indulging in a gourmet barbecue paired with Paulaner Beer right on Siloso beach at the Sapphire Pavilion. As this is the closing of the 14th World Gourmet Summit, you can expect nothing less than the best food at this celebration. Tickets are selling out fast, so act quickly to reserve your spot on the Sentosa sand.

Date and time: 24 April, 7 to 11pm
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