Running out of ideas for your weekly inspiration? We’ve got you covered. Celebrate the 2021 Mid-Autumn festival with performances at Esplanade, enjoy a Hello-Kitty themed shabu-shabu experience, and much more.
Here’s our weekly curated list of things to do around Singapore.
Join Esplanade’s Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations for a fun-filled time with traditional performances, cultural workshops, and more. Take part in a self-guided tour and discover the story behind the Mid-Autumn Festival, and seize the opportunity to listen to the melodious sounds from a Chinese Orchestra. Apart from activities happening in Esplanade, visitors can also tune in to enjoy Esplanade’s online channel for more engaging workshops and interactive games.
Date: 17 September–3 October 2021
Address: 1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore 038981
The Rescue Project
Donate your clothes for a good cause at The Rescue Project, a sustainable fashion pop-up where you can drop off old clothes and give them a new lease of life by purchasing pre-loved outfits. Simply book a slot to donate your used clothes and drop them off at the mall at no cost. Putting off decluttering? Now you can Marie Kondo anything in your closet that doesn’t bring joy,while supporting a good cause at the same time!
Date: 15–24 September 2021
Address: Orchard Central, #04-07, 181 Orchard Road, Singapore 238896
KUMOYA X Hello Kitty
Hello Kitty fans will love KUMOYA’s new dining concept, a pastel swathed Hello Kitty-themed restaurant serving up shabu-shabu and other Japanese delicacies. Try the mini shabu-shabu, the restaurant’s signature item, featuring a Hello Kitty shaped soup base and delicious treats to choose from. Even the food in the restaurant is designed after Hello Kitty, and you might find them too adorable to eat.
Be sure to check out the merch store in the restaurant, where you can pick up exclusive Hello Kitty merchandise. If you spend a minimum of $200 during your visit, you’ll also be able to dine in the restaurant’s private Hello Kitty dining room adorned with plushies and lanterns. Do make a reservation before you visit, as the restaurant can get crowded during peak hours.
Address: Kumoya @ Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Road, #04-08, Singapore 238896
Opening Hours: Monday–Sunday from 11am–9:30pm
Orchestral Manoeuvres: See Sound. Feel Sound. Be Sound.
Immerse yourself in a unique auditory experience at Orchestral Manoeuvres, a new exhibition in the ArtScience museum featuring early Sound Art projects from internationally acclaimed artists. Revolving around the theme of sound, this exhibition invites visitors to explore what we hear in our daily lives, and how music changes the way we live. An intriguing look into the abstract world of sound and silence, Orchestral Manoeuvres is an unforgettable experience.
Address: 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday from 10am–7pm
Contact: 6688 8888