Even though they may be slightly annoying, find out which Singapore stereotype you are.
This is a supersized reboot with a live band of Singapore's top musicians.
How many #basic traits do you check off?
Swap high street for some sleek one-of-a-kind designs
Biking and running marathons may have hogged the headlines lately, but why ground yourself when you can hit the water instead?
The show-stopping pop songstress is the first name to headline the hipster music fest.
From bike flicks to indie documentaries on Tibet to first films by local directors, it's a pretty diverse lot.
SG50 aside, August is set to be a month full of cool events like film festivals and tons of concerts.
You'll be able to snag letterpress cards, fancy ice cream and locally-made knick knacks here.
The event's main draw might be the light installation at the facade of the National Museum, but that's not the only highlight.
Even though it's delayed, expect four months full of everything art.
The swanky mall is welcoming new international brands and offers a number of mouth-watering options for all types of foodies.
Marina Square is getting in the party spirit with special dishes created for Singapore's 50th birthday.
There's fancy french fare, homey Singaporean food and a theatrical cocktail bar to look forward to ahead of its November opening.