Attend the Sakura Festival at Gardens by the Bay or Visit an Exclusive Nyetimber Pop-Up This Week
1/4 Sakura Matsuri
What Cherry blossom season is in full swing this week right here in Singapore at Gardens By The Bay. With more than 20 varieties of these beautiful blooms on display, visitors will find themselves dreaming of springtime and trying out other unique activities such as a traditional tea ceremony and taiko drum performance, all without the need to hop on a plane to Japan.
When Till March 29
What This theatre production is comprised of three acts, each inspired by works from Singapore female authors, and it explores moments of clarity that allows tough decision making and conflict navigation to take place, interwoven with instances of joy experienced in life.
Spectacle is also presented as part of this year's #BuySingLit festival, Singapore's annual literary festival that shines a light on and celebrates local narratives.
When March 12 till March 15
3/4 The Nyetimber Secret Garden at 1880
What After garnering a fantastic response from the public, the Nyetimber secret garden at 1880's terrace will extend its stay till the end of the month for thirsty tipplers to enjoy the brand's classic cuvee and rosé. The pop-up, which was inspired by the lush florals of the quaint English countryside, provides an exquisite way to enjoy an elegant evening, complete with a special pairing menu of small plates curated by 1880's head chef, Colin Buchan.
When Till March 31
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4/4 The Genteel Horn of Mr Han
What Join the Singapore Symphony Orchestra's principal horn musician, Han Chang Chou, in an 80-minute classical journey through Mozart's Horn Concerto No. 2 at Victoria Concert Hall.
Han, who will be retiring from the orchestra this season, will be accompanied by Singaporean conductor Darrell Ang in this musical performance, which will take the audience through works from Italian-born French baroque composer Jean-Baptiste Lully to German composer Richard Strauss.
When March 13