A common misconception about Singapore is that we have less interesting travel spots to offer compared to our…larger neighbours. However, what we lack in size, we more than make up for with quirky, fulfilling sites and activities per square metre. At GoBear’s invitation, I’ve set out to prove our humble Little Red Dot is indeed more than shiny new buildings and shopping malls, to bring you 5 snubbed travel wonders to include in your itinerary!
It’s the last weekend of DBS Marina Regatta 2018 at The Promontory @ Marina Bay and, despite the turbulent weather over the past couple of weeks, the crowds have surely not let up!
While the annual dragon boat race, obstacle courses, and nautical activities are the first thing that comes to everyone’s mind, there are tons of other activities for every kind of festival goer. Here are 6 fun-filled, wholesome activities for everyone at DBS Marina Regatta 2018: Blaze the Bay!
Let’s be honest – how many of us would associate a bank with activities like food tastings and coffee appreciation classes? I’m guessing not a lot.
In its continued mission to support local businesses and deliver quality content and experiences to millennials in Singapore, DBS Bank has launched TwentyThirty, an online hub for young adults to seek tips on navigating adulthood, financial decisions, and living a healthy and fulfilling lifestyle. Besides serving as a one-stop hub for text and video content, TwentyThirty has also begun engaging its community of 20-30 year olds with free experiences and workshops, some of them held at DBS’ Millennial Branch in Plaza Singapura.
Here are a couple of businesses DBS Bank partners with, and how you can be a part of TwentyThirty!
One of my goals for this year was to try something new, so when A Better Florist invited me to their first flower arrangement classes, I couldn’t say no.
Founded in January 2015, A Better Florist is an online flower delivery service that has recently expanded to flower and bouquet arrangement classes, run by their team of in-house florists.
Singapore’s only pop-up urban beach, the DBS Marina Regatta, will be back at the Marina Promontory from 1 to 4 June.
Spanning 21 000 square feet – or 1.5 Olympic pools – with 151 tonnes of sand, this year’s pop-up urban beach is set to be twice as big as last year’s. With up to 2 000 pax capacity, there’s little doubt that this waterfront extravaganza is gonna be huge.
So here’s a list of what to check out at the upcoming DBS Marina Regatta!
Whether you’re an ardent fan of animation or a casual viewer, the Ghibli Museum in Mitaka is an attraction that can’t be missed if you’re visiting Tokyo.
Unlike most attractions, though, it isn’t a place you can simply stroll in when the mood takes you. Admission is strictly by advanced booking at certain times before your desired date and time.
Here’s how you can get your hands on the coveted tickets!
[Update 6 May 2017 – More information about how to use Paylah! as well as stalls to watch.]
Missed the Singapore edition of Artbox, held at Marina Bayfront a couple of weeks ago? You’re in luck, because DBS is back with another bazaar, Paylah! Palooza this weekend!
I’m a big supporter of local F&B and lifestyle vendors, and an even bigger lover of bazaars, so here are 5 reasons you should check out Paylah! Palooza.