Here's a selection of editor's picks on what to do in Singapore this week.
|Monday, 15 February|
Commemorate the 65th anniversary of the end of World War II with this thematic exhibition which showcases a collection of stamps, letters, postcards, postal notices and other philatelic materials.
Until 30 June, at the Singapore Philatelic Museum. Tickets at $5.
Spanning Imbiah Lookout and Merlion Walk, the festive grounds will be buzzing with roving entertainers so head on down for some family fun!
Until 21 February, at Sentosa. Free event admission.
Best known for “The New World”, the theme tune to the infamous Transmission party, Markus is ready to set the dance floor on fire with his other hits 'Without You Near', 'Daydream' and 'Perfect'.
Monday only, at Zouk.
|Tuesday, 16 February|
Take advantage of this opportunity to re-examine your roots and better appreciate our Singapore heritage with free admissions to all galleries.
Tuesday only, at the National Museum. Free.
If Valentine’s Day proved lucky for you, come down to ETERNITY to partake in their latest celebration of art in fashion and weddings.
Tuesday only, at the ION Orchard. Free.
Hot off 2 sold out concerts in Hong Kong, Stefanie comes home to Resorts World™ Sentosa to perform hits like “天黑黑” (Cloudy Day), “遇见” (A Fleeting Moment), “我不难过” (I Am Not Sad)“ and more.
Tuesday only, at Resorts World Sentosa. Tickets from $88 to $198.
|Wednesday, 17 February|
A series of student recitals to be presented by the Diploma and BA (Hons) students from the Music Department of NAFA. Escape from the urban rush - hour pressures with 45 minutes of inspiring classical music in the heart of downtown Singapore.
Wednesday only, at NAFA. Free.
Witness the evolvement of Kathak through the four dances; Bhajan, Holi, Mogul and Contemporary. The dance, usually performed by the nomadic bards, will usually depict the mythological and moral tales of the scriptures through hand gestures and facial expressions.
Wednesday only, at NUS. Free.
Don’t miss the magnificent 28-foot tall revolving lantern at the Sky Park, after you spend some of those crisp new notes at the arts and crafts booth loading up on exquisite Chinese artifacts and crafts.
Until 28 February, at Vivocity. Free.
|Thursday, 18 February|
It's a rare opportunity to be able to watch the keepers work with tigers during conditioning and training sessions. A must if you love animals.
Until 28 February, at the Singapore Zoo. Tickets at $28.
Let the rockers Graey, Mr Black and Kid Villain rock up your night with bangin’ bassline tunes that combine new wave and disco influences.
Thursday only, at Home Club. Free and happy hour all night.
Join in Loof’s birthday celebrations as it turns 4 at the ultimate retro funfair. Expect a dizzying assault of your senses with bright colors, lights, smells and sounds as you stuff your face with funfair staples like cotton candy and popcorn.
Thursday only, at Loof.. Free admission.
|Friday, 19 February|
For the first time ever, Chingay will be introducing a carnival to ramp up the fun factor. Parade-goers can grab snacks and photo opportunities with anime and movie characters.
Until Saturday, at the Marina Promenade. Free admission.
Join Patrick in conversation with Singapore Literature Prize winner Suchen Christine Lim for what promises to be a lively discussion of loves, lives and family affairs. Patrick will also be reading from his works, including his most recent books, Notes From An Exhibition and The Whole Day Through.
Friday only, at the Arts House. Free with registration.
If deep, groovy and soulful house is your cup of tea, remember to swing by.
Friday only, at Zouk.