Stock up on inexpensive drinks and snacks – some fruits, chocolate, corn chips and dip – at the supermarket for a picnic, and pack your computer speakers and i Pod to set the mood.
Isn’t it amazing how this tiny fishing village has grown into a bustling, urban hub peppered with skyscrapers all around in just half a century?
Well, here’s your chance to show your detractors that knowledge is power (as is free beer) at these challenging trivia nights and quizzes you can find at these pubs in Singapore.
Just don’t even Ditch the oh-so-common instruments and pick up the ukulele!
Think afternoon picnic in the great outdoors with a side of groovy earworms.
Pack your own munchies and head to Singapore Botanic Gardens for free music concerts on their Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage, or seek respite within the urban jungle at Esplanade Outdoor Theatre, where local emerging artists take to the stage on weekends.
Or the exact year the Sopwith Camel was introduced to the Royal Airforce?
According to a US study, unimaginative dates is one of the top three reasons cited by women on why they stop seeing a guy after the first night out.But in the meantime, while waiting for these huge banger-thons, you can always let loose in one of the many clubs in Singapore.The guy who invented karaoke is a genius – but he’s also who you should go after when your friends sound like strangled cats.You’ll split your sides with his crass, brutally-honest jokes! If you’ve dreamt of becoming the masterchef of your kitchen, book a sesh or two with Palate Sensations, one of the most established cooking schools in Singapore with over a decade of experience.Brandished with a 2,000sqft open kitchen, up to 75 participants can cook up a storm in one session – perfect for team bonding sessions.
It even offers classes proficient in regional cuisine – learn how to cook Peranakan, Indonesian, Thai and even Vietnamese – so if you’re a tourist visiting this part of the region, you can take a slice of Southeast Asia home… Telling people you know something unique (and really cool) is not only an awesome conversation starter, but it also gives your street cred a boost. If you have regular house parties, why not pick up basic bartending skills at Drink Dings?