Spending February In Singapore !

So it’s the first week of February in our sunny island and as usual, it’s time for us to update you on this month’s events, activities, some nice dining out places & lots more. Check it out only here on Spotlight!


Catch Kumar, one of TOS’s Hometown Heroes, as he showcases his razor-sharp wit and killer heels in this weekly gig. The notorious comic makes fun of his audience from 11pm onwards every Monday at Hardrock Cafe. Catch Enigma Live as they pump out hip and happening music afterwards.

Cost: $15 for the first drink.
Hard Rock Cafe Orchard (HPL House #05-01)
50 Cuscaden Road 249724
Nearby Stations: Orchard
Bus Lines: 7, 36, 105, 111, 123, 132, 174, 502
Telephone: 6795 7454

Valentines’ is coming! One awesome way to look pretty, sweet and apt for your special day would be to shop at H&M !! Flower power! Get your spring valentine looks with H & M’s latest collection now available instores! Head down to Orchard Building or ION Orchard Singapore today & find more at www.hm.com/sg/springlooks


Blind Dates? Mmhh, not quite! Sick and tired of friends and relatives setting you up with anyone and everyone of the opposite sex? Find a partner (or make some cool friends) the old-fashioned way – by meeting new people and having a good time over drinks. Informal and discreet, this night is sponsored by online dating service “Lovestruck.com” – all that’s required of you is a simple red straw in your drink to indicate your relationship status. If you’re single and ready to mingle, why not? Get there early to enjoy Loof’s Beat The Clock! Admission is free.


Krishna: The Dance Musical will be showcased at the Esplanade Theatre on 08 Feb 2013 at 7.30pm. Awesome music, film and dance that leaps from classical/folk Indian dance to bombastic Bollywood combine in a sell-out dance fantasy musical about the life and times of legendary Hindu deity Krishna. By acclaimed dancer Padmashri Shobana and her team of 14 dancers.  Admission price from $40.00 to $100.00. Purchase your tickets at here !


Get on the ice! It may be hot outside, but the Skating Rink at Marina Bay Sands is cool and fun – the ideal rink to try out Michelle Kwan-inspired triple axels and chassés (after all, she did fly in to christen it). Personal skates aren’t allowed, but make sure you bring a pair of socks. It’s $7 for admission, $3 for skates and – gasp! – $6 for foot-warmers, so save your shekels for a post-skate hot chocolate. Canal Level, The Shoppes at MBS, 10 Bayfront Ave (6688 8868, www.marinabaysands.com). Daily 10am-5pm, 6-10pm.


For all you ladies out there who are keen to learn the tricks of what make up can do, join the Certificate in Personal Makeup Artistry course at Cosmoprof, one of the top make-up schools in Singapore. It will teach you essential core skills in creating a professional, polished makeup and enhancing your best features. It’s a month long course of 5 lessons each priced at $481.50 (including 7% GST). Log onto www.cosmoprof.com.sg for more info.


Expect to see 10 storey-high steel cranes come to life in this waterfront spectacle by Emmy Award-winner Jeremey Railton every night at Resorts World. Inspired by the birds’ courtship dance ritual, the free 10-minute nightly performance can be seen from as far as VivoCity and uses stunning light and water effects, pyrotechnics and digital art. The water ‘wings’ of the cranes span 25m so you could imagine the amount of water used per show – it’s enough to last a person 50 years!


Embrace lovely Thai food this Feb at Bangkok Jam! The modern space – with its timber and brick decor, and campy soundtrack of Bananarama and Rick Astley – gives little hint of its Thai provenance. But the breezy menu, dotted with snapshots of Bangkok, dishes out quickly cooked and delicious staples. Start with a pomelo salad tossed with chilli and dried shrimp or the fried discs of fish cakes sprinkled with fried basil leaves. Tender chunks of curry-marinated chicken are charcoaled in pandan leaves, while the sweet, thick gravy of the massaman curry has tender chunks of beef and potato. Wash it all down with a tall glass of chilled lemongrass tea.

Great World City: Mon-Fri 11am-3pm, 6-10pm; Sat & Sun 11.30am-10pm
Wheelock Place: Daily noon-10pm, public holiday noon-10pm

Main courses from $6.90 to $14.90


Have a Fantastic February, folks !


Picture credit : TimeOut, Cosmoprof and H&M.

Post Author: Ritwika

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