As the final week of the January rolls around, some fun new events have emerged. If you find yourself with nothing to do over the festive holiday period, why not give some of these exciting events a go.
Asian Civilisations Museum, Raffles Place
Until 19 February 2017, 10am
A brand new exhibition has washed up on our shores, giving an insight into our early history of trade and the globalisation of Asian countries. Port Cities: Multicultural Emporiums of Asia is now open till mid-February at the Asian Civilisations Museum and entry is free for Singaporeans and PR. The exhibit showcases over 180 rare artefacts from eight countries.
Free of charge for Singaporean/PR
$23 for visitors
Art for Healing and Art of Healing
Brahm Centre, Irrawaddy Rd, Ren Ci Community Hospital, #03-09
Saturday, 4th February, 4.00pm
Join Dr Foo Keong Tatt as he explains how art has the capability of healing as well as the art of healing itself. Dr Foo is a consultant at Singapore General Hospital as well as a clinical professor at the National University of Singapore. With his vast medical knowledge and experience, he aims to educate people on the various methods of healing.
Free of charge, but registration is required.
30th January, 6.30pm (happens every Monday)
Get fit with a scenic backdrop with the Sentosa Boardwalk Night run now open for everyone. Happening every Monday, join fellow runners as they take on three different race routes spanning 3km, 5km and 7km. With the cool winds and pretty Sentosa lights, your run is set to be a real pleasant one. Check out their website for further details. Sign up here.