Places to Be & Things to Do This Weekend: June Edition

NOTE: we can’t guarantee zero queues, though…
6 June 2022

NOTE: we can’t guarantee zero queues, though…

i Light Singapore 2022

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Prepare to be wowed by the inquisitive and intriguing light art installations at the 2022 edition of i Light Singapore. Moving forward, each edition of the festival will be based around a colour from the light spectrum, a reflection of the diverse world around us. This year’s thematic colour is violet, which signifies creativity. Check out different interpretations and contemporary light art installations by local and international artists for a night of wonder.

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Enjoy great vibes, music, and food at Gastrobeats 2022, happening from the 3rd to 26 of this month. Munch on chilli crab praffles (that’s prata and waffles combined for you) and asian-fusion fried chicken bowls while tuning in to live performances by a lineup of musicians. This year’s event has something special, too: Culinary Masters, which features innovative fusion and avant-garde takes on street foods by MasterChef personalities. 

Address: Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018972

Public Garden

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Happening this weekend in June, the Public Garden Consumer Trade Show will be held at its usual spot, at the Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre. In case you didn’t know, Public Garden is where independent artists and brands across Asia convene, and is the place to find hidden gems and one-of-a-kind handmade pieces. If you’re in search for a gift for a special someone, or just want to treat yourself to something cool, Public Garden’s the place to be on the 11th and 12th this month. 

Address: Suntec Convention Hall 404, Level 4, Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039593

Pink Dot 2022

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The annual Pink Dot gathering will be taking place on Saturday, 18th June, so clear your calendars and set your alarms. Whether you’ll be heading there to watch live performances, or to get connected to LGBT+ groups and helpful resources, show your support to the cause and be a part of the movement by showing up to Hong Lim Park, or by participating in the Pink Dot 14 Light Up from your own home. 

Address: New Bridge Rd, Singapore 059299

Madu The Bakery

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Farrer Park has a newly-opened brunch spot in its midst, and it’s none other than Madu the Bakery. The cafe features a menu of decadent sweet and savoury bakes, as well as coffee and other drink options, a perfect combo for a lazy weekend afternoon. If you want to take the weekend off and enjoy some great bakes from the comfort of your pillow fort at home, that’s fine too: the bakery offers delivery too, so you can enjoy their signature Umami Mushroom bun, all while never moving a muscle. 

Address: 421 Racecourse Road, Singapore 218668

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