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    FUN-TASTIC FORTUNE AWAITS YOU ON SENTOSA THIS CHINESE NEW YEAR! - Photos

    FUN-TASTIC FORTUNE AWAITS YOU ON SENTOSA THIS CHINESE NEW YEAR! - Photos

    Revel in the festive spirit this Chinese New Year as FUN-Tastic Fortune awaits you at Sentosa from 19 January! Featuring over $50,000 worth of prizes, towering Snoopy installations with exciting augmented reality features, as well as a slew of other exhilarating activities, Chinese New Year festivities in The State of Fun are set to hit a new high! o Location: Sentosa Boardwalk, Beach Plaza & Merlion Plaza Bridge o Date: 19 January to 4 March o Time: 10.00am – 8.00pm
    Gattopardo's Sicilian Valentine's Day dinner - Photos

    Gattopardo's Sicilian Valentine's Day dinner - Photos

    Gattopardo's Valentine's Day menu is full of Sicilian goodness and celebrates the arrival of spring. Be delighted by Chef Lino Sauro's newest dishes of the season, as the menu features the freshest seafood available on the market - blue fin tuna, oysters, caviar and the highly sought after Patagonian Toothfish, from the Atlantic. Treat your loved one (and yourself) to an exquisite Sicilian gourmet experience, and enjoy an early bird discount of 15% when you book before 31st January.
    Madame Marvel: Marvel Super Heroes 4D opens at Madame Tussauds Singapore

    Madame Marvel: Marvel Super Heroes 4D opens at Madame Tussauds Singapore

    inSing checks out the shiny new additions to the wax museum
    LIST OF SINGAPORE EVENTS
    Jan 2018

    17 Volcanoes

    Oct 5, 2017 - Jan 27, 2018
    FREE

    17 Volcanoes is shaped around a series of expeditions from Singapore to Java that track the itinerary of Explorer Franz Junghuhn to 17 of his favourite volcanoes. The expeditions are made by a small group of artists, scholars and professionals operating within the fields of humanities, science, urbanism and architecture, passing through densely populated areas and volcanic areas, questioning the traditional opposition between the urban and the land.

    Free

    From The Ashes: Reviving Myanmar Celadon Ceramics

    Mar 8, 2017 - Jan 31, 2018
    FREE

    The exhibition introduces the experiments with celabon, a low temperature ash glaze pottery. They are displayed alongside celadon ware, which was an export product of Lower Myanmar in the 15th century. Also an ash glaze ware but fired at a higher temperature, its discovery at historical kiln sites inspired a revival of the tradition in the pottery community.

    Free

    prep-room | BUAYA: The Making Of A Non-Myth

    Oct 5, 2017 - May 19, 2018
    FREE

    Buaya: The Making of a Non-Myth is an evolving body of works around ideas on the saltwater crocodile in Singapore. This edition continues Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum conservator Kate Pocklington's ongoing research around present and historic records of this reptile's population and circulation in the human habitat of Singapore. Image: Buaya Stones 54-69 | Rochor - Kallang, Kate Pocklington, 2017.

    Free
    Feb 2018

    Lee Kong Chian Chinese Art Collection

    Jan 1, 2014 - Dec 31, 2018
    FREE

    The Chinese Art collection consists of bronzes, ceramics and paintings, gathered to represent the expansive history of Chinese art. The nucleus of this collection was established and developed at the Nanyang University in the 1970s with significant expansion in the 1980s under the newly inaugurated National University of Singapore (NUS).

    Free

    “Who Wants to Remember a War?” War Drawings and Posters from the Ambassador Dato’ N. Parameswaran Collection

    Jul 1, 2016 - Jul 7, 2018
    FREE

    This exhibition of art works produced during the period of the Indochinese and Vietnam Wars (1945-1975) draws from the one of the largest privately held collections of the genre. The works were collected by Dato’ N. Parameswaran during his appointment as Ambassador of Malaysia to Vietnam, stationed in Hanoi, between 1990 – 1993. These were the middle years of Doi Moi, the period of Vietnamese economic reforms begun in 1986 that aimed at bringing about socialist market liberalisation.

    Free

    Archaeology Library

    Jan 1, 2014 - Dec 31, 2018
    FREE

    Bringing together finds from past and newer excavations from Fort Canning (Singapore) to Changsha (China), these finds from the pre-colonial and colonial periods sample the materials produced and used in Singapore and beyond. Further, as part of an evolving body of artefacts, they provide a glimpse into the dynamics between material culture and history, and its making.

    Free