Introducing our mega list of all the exciting things to do in May 2019. Talk about choice paralysis.
If you can’t fathom the fact that we’re fast approaching May, get over it ‘cos we’re diving right into it. We’ve had a surplus of highlights last month, from the local takeover at Jewel Changi Airport to the hoopla around the largest nightclub in town, Marquee Singapore. Now prepare yourself for another month of cool events and unforgettable experiences.
HoneyTalks: What’s your personal brand?
At our next HoneyTalks, we’re talking about how to present your best self. Join us for a power lunch, an intimate chat and a networking session with three amazing women – broadcaster and speaker Simone Heng, publicity queen Sandra Cameron and impeccable events organiser, Olga Iserlis. And, in true Honeycombers style, we’ll be hosting this mini-mentoring and networking session over a two-course lunch with wine at Lady M New York cake boutique at Scotts Square. Clear your diary from 11.30am – 2pm on Wednesday 29 May and book tickets for our next HoneyTalks.
HoneyTalks: Whats’ your personal brand?, 29 May, 11.30am – 2pm, Lady M New York, 6 Scotts Rd, #01-06/07, Singapore 228209
Shop: Clearance sale at OliveAnkara
This is not a drill: OliveAnkara’s moving! It’s their last month at the quaint showroom space in Tiong Bahru. With deals going up to 50% off, it’s going to be the biggest one yet. Look out for more exciting discounts on the online boutique.
OliveAnkara, Opening hours: Monday-Friday 6pm-8pm; Saturday-Sunday 11am-6pm, 57 Eng Hoon St, #03-82 Tiong Bahru, Singapore 160057
Experience: Gardens by the Bay’s Scentsational Orchids
Wake up and smell the…orchids. You read that right – imagine getting notes of citrus, coconut and aromatic spices from our national flower. Gardens by the Bay is shining a spotlight on a small group of orchids with its new Scentsational Orchids display. Discover 1500 orchids of over 58 species and varieties with various scents including coconut, cloves, cinnamon and mint. The display is split into four scented categories – delicate floral, sweet floral, spicy floral, and intense floral – so take your time with it. Don’t leave without getting a whiff of the five fragrance boxes featuring scents like pepper, tom yum, and bubble gum…
Gardens by the Bay’s Scentsational Orchids, till 22 Sept, 9am-9pm, Cloud Forest, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Geylang Serai Bazaar 2019
Ramadan season is back and this time, the Geylang Serai Bazaar is working extra hard to bring you an authentic experience. For starters, 60% of the stalls will be serving up delish traditional Malay and Indian Muslim grub. Plus, all food vendors are halal-certified, Muslim-owned or fulfil a halal criteria set by consultants. Wanna try some traditional food? Hop over to over Geylang Serai Bazaar guide!
Geylang Serai Bazaar 2019, 3 May-5 June, 32 Onan Road, Singapore 424484
Art: The Singapore Pavilion
17 May – 30 June
An acrylic cloud, interactive installations and a multi-sensory projection of lights, sounds, images and scents? Count us in. After a successful run at the 16th Venice Biennale, the No More Free Space? Singapore Pavilion brings it home for a month-long pop-up. Discover how the ideas of innovative architectural designs come to life while borrowing natural resources like light, air and water, in 12 Singapore-based projects.
The Singapore Pavilion, 9am-9pm, National Design Centre, 111 Middle Road, Singapore 188969
Feast: LobsterFest at Lime Restaurant
24 May – 30 June
Lobster lovers, you’d want to sit down for this. The annual LobsterFest at Lime is back and they’ve clawed out a massive menu featuring Asian-inspired flavours. Tuck into four hours of lobster goodness with classics like baby lobster laksa noodles, ‘Singapore-style’ chili lobster and wok-fried lobster with a five-pepper sauce. Or try new creations like Sichuan ma la lobster and roti john with minced lobster meat. Don’t forget to head outside for rock lobsters grilled to perfection at the outdoor BBQ.
Lobsterfest at Lime, 6:30pm to 10:30pm, $99 per adult (Sundays to Thursdays), $108 per adult (Fridays and Saturdays); $49.50 per child (Sundays to Thursdays), $54 (Fridays and Saturdays), Lime Restaurant, 3 Upper Pickering Street, Singapore 058289
Shop: En Pointe Raya pop-up
Raya fashion label En Pointe is holding a pop-up and it’s going to be massive. Drop by the space to shop brands like Nurita Harith, Innai Group, Petra, Sueka Sueka, Camassia and more. Take a look at our Raya fashion guide to step up your style this Hari Raya.
En Pointe Raya pop-up, Second floor, 762 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198730
Feast: Mao Shan Wang madness at Goodwood Park Durian Fiesta
4 May onwards
Can you smell it already? Love it or hate, it’s the season of durian and Goodwood Park Hotel’s Durian Fiesta is getting an upgrade with Mao Shan Wang madness from 4 May featuring the Mao Shan Wang mousse cake ($72 for 500 grams) and Mao Shan Wang power puff ($22.80 per piece). We ‘mao shan wang’ more, please? Mainstays like D24 mousse cake ($14 per slice and from $79 for whole cakes) and D24 ice cream ($20 per 16 oz tub) will also be available.
Durian Fiesta 2019, 15 March – 14 July 2019, visit the deli at Goodwood Park Hotel, 22 Scotts Road, Singapore 228221 or order online
Feast: Hot new menus in May
Arts: Singapore International Festival of the Arts
16 May – 2 Jun
If all things theatre, dance, music, film and visual arts give you life, block out your calendar; Singapore International Festival of the Arts (SIFA) is back with its 42nd edition. There’s an interesting lineup of performances, screenings, artists talks and workshops that’ll pique your interest. Culture vultures, dive into a medley of shows like the gripping psychological melodrama, Beware of Pity, to an exploration of the dark side of humanity via dance in Crowd, to Berlin dance-maker Sasha Waltz’s provocative signature work, Körper. Grab your tickets to these immersive performances stat but also don’t forget to check out the free programmes and art installations like De Relaxerette, where you can settle into an afternoon nap on a revolving hammock-Ferris wheel. Plenty to do here.
Singapore International Festival of the Arts, various locations and timings
Watch: Phantom of the Opera
Phantom fans, rejoice! Gaston Leroux’s novel comes to life once again in Singapore this month and we can’t wait. Feel your emotions rise and fall with the haunting love triangle that ensues together with Andrew Lloyd Webber’s phenomenal score. Fun fact: It’s been over three decades since this musical first opened at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London so you’ll want to experience this!
The Phantom of the Opera, Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands, 4 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018973
Experience: 22 Stories
We love an immersive, theatrical, artsy and OOT experience and Andsoforth’s got it all. Spread across 22,000 sq ft, navigate through 22 Instagrammable rooms and travel through ‘four lands’ – Grimmsneyland, Land of Nights, Storyland and Wonderland. You might just bump into characters and scenes from your favourite childhood stories.
Andsoforth’s 22 Stories, 1 May – 30 June, PeopleUp @ Pandan 200 Pandan Gardens, Singapore 609336
Experience: Rewild Our Planet
If you haven’t seen the magnificent yet disheartening documentary, Our Planet, about the world’s incredible species and most at-risk habitats, get to it now. For those who have, hop over to the ArtScience Museum for an immersive and interactive exhibition that’ll take you inside the documentary. Using IMAX style projections with spatial soundscapes and a soundtrack narrated by the great David Attenborough, you’ll get the chance to visit the most remote forests and vast ice caps in this Augmented Reality social experience.
Rewild Our Planet, from now till 2 June, ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Oops! Events that you’ve missed…
Event: Journey to Space at The Istana
Wanna visit Singapore’s very own White House? Home to the President, The Istana holds open houses on five selected days, including Labour Day. This year, journey into space by observing the sun, using a telescope and binoculars fitted with special filters. There’ll also be cool artificial intelligence cars to play with and fun water rocket launches – sure to be a hit with the kids and kidults.
Journey to Space at The Istana, 9am-5pm, 35 Orchard Road, Singapore 238823
Fiesta: Cinco De Mayo
First, a quick history lesson: not to be confused with Mexican Independence Day, Cinco De Mayo celebrates the Mexican army’s triumphant win over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican war in 1862. What’s in it for us? Lotsa partying, dancing and drinking. Come celebrate the biggest Mexican fiesta with three exciting events: Cuba Libre Cafe & Bar will be putting together a special menu of Espolõn margaritas, shots and Mexican tiraditos; Piedra Negra will be giving Haji Lane a Mexican makeover complete with free tequila shots, a lucky draw, Latin salsa beats, a photo booth and of course, Mexican grub. Come in your retro outfits ‘cos it’s disco fever with a Mexican twist at Lucha Loco. Spin the loco wheel, smash the disco pinata, fuel up with tacos and tequilas and groove to the beats of DJ Tyler Made.
Cinco De Mayo, various locations and timings
Shop & Experience: Diptyque Eau de Minthé pop-up
Till 9 May
Love all things Diptyque? Discover the creative journey behind its iconic fragrances. Step inside an immersive experience as the pop-up takes you on a journey through the first olfactory Diptyque creation to the new Eau de Minthé. Free smells for all!
Diptyque Eau de Minthé pop-up, 10am-9.30pm, Paragon, Orchard Lobby, 290 Orchard Road Singapore 238859
Experience: Chanel’s Coco Flash Club pop-up
Till 11 May
Dive into the 80s as Chanel brings disco fever to Chanel’s latest beauty drop. Reserve a slot, get VIP backstage access, spot the vinyl record storefront and pop into the 80s club-like space for a good time. We reckon it’s going to be as amazing as Chanel’s uber-chic Le Rouge beauty pop-up back in October.
Coco Flash Club, Sunday-Thursday: 11am-10pm; Friday-Saturday: 11am-11pm; Esplanade Annexe Studio Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay 1 Esplanade Drive Singapore 038981
Katong Square Lifestyle & Vintage Market May Edition
Another shopping event not to be missed – especially for retro junkies. Meet vintage connoisseurs, collectors and retro fashion lovers as they showcase a variety of curios, trinkets, vintage gems, collectables, jewellery and home decor.
Katong Square Lifestyle & Vintage Market May Edition, 1pm-10pm, Katong Square, 88 East Coast Road, Singapore 423371
Indulge: Kind Kones ice cream social pop-up
Vegans, here’s another option to add to your list – and it’s dessert! All-natural vegan ice cream parlour, Kind Kones is celebrating the opening of its flagship with a massive party. Enjoy a special-edition flavour, a happy hour scoop promo at just $3.50 per scoop, photo ops and tons of giveaways. If you’ve got room for more than just a scoop (how does a slice of sweet potato brownie or vegan cheesecake sound?) there are plenty of vegan and gluten-free options. Fasting during the pop-up? Kind Kones has thoughtfully extended the scoop promotion to all Muslims from 7-8pm. Just let the staff know by telling them the code: ‘break fast with Kind Kones.’
Kind Kones Singapore, 2-4pm, Forum The Shopping Mall, 583 Orchard Road, Singapore 238884
Workshop: Lettering Workshop at Merci Marcel
Learn a new skill with mum over afternoon tea at Merci Marcel’s beautiful Club Street outlet. Discover the basics of lettering and calligraphy with hand lettering artist Robyn, develop a personal reference library of typefaces and styles and learn about layouts and compositions. Quality time with mum? Check! A beautiful and thoughtful gift for mum? Check! Learnt a new skill? Check! It’s a win-win for all.
Lettering workshop, 4-6pm, Merci Marcel Club Street, 7-9 Club Street, Singapore 069403
Discover: Sprout 2019
Ah, if only there was a way to purge ourselves of all the Easter chocolates and brunches… Look no further than Sprout, Singapore’s largest farmers’ market that shines a light on the urban farming scene and local artisans. If you’re all for sustainable living, locally grown fresh produce and artisanal food, this is the place to be. Grab your tickets for masterclasses by celebrated chefs, rub shoulders with urban farming enthusiasts and local creators while discovering local agriculture. This is going to change what you put in your mouth.
Sprout 2019, 10am-8pm, Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, 1 Raffles Boulevard Suntec City, Singapore 039593
Shop: Supercharge Your Life – Creator’s Market
We’ll never turn down an event that celebrates local entrepreneurs – and gives us a reason to shop local. Discover new brands and say hi to your faves at this indie shopping event. Meet the creators of beauty label, Alcheme, try speciality ice cream by Apiary, satisfy the crazy plant lady in you with succulents and plants by The Orijean or get a book from BooksActually. Totally loving this varied mix! Oh, and look out for special musical guests, tarot readers, and surprise workshops. You’re bound to leave with good vibes and positive energy from these creatives.
Supercharge Your Life – Creator’s Market, 11am-5pm, Hideout at Funan Showsuite, 77 High Street, Singapore
Concert: Jason Mraz Good Vibes 2019
Speaking of good vibes only, our fave geek in the pink is back to soothe us with soulful and head-bobbing tunes like ‘I’m Yours’ and ‘I Won’t Give Up’. Dust off your fedora hats but leave your guitars at home – you’ll want to watch him in action. Selected categories are still available but are selling fast so get to it now.
Jason Mraz Good Vibes 2019, The Star Performing Arts Centre, 1 Vista Exchange Green, Singapore 138617
Shop & chill: Sunday Social
Another fave permanent market hang in the mix, Sunday Social Market is back again for another roundup of music, fashion, food and everything in between. Make sure you’ve got plenty of cash-in-hand to snap up everything from home accessories to fashion must-haves.
Sunday Social Market, 12pm-10pm, Camp Kilo Charcoal Club, 66 Kampong Bugis #01-01, Singapore 338987
Celebrate: Mother’s Day 2019
It’s all about celebrating mum this month (though you really should all year round) with special Mother’s Day menus and activities for the woman in your life. From fun workshops to a spa date; flowers to fun activities, there’s something for all types of mums.
Event: Honeycombers’ Mums’ Night Out
So you’ve been to plenty of our Girls’ Night Out events – why not take mum to the next? (Or hang out with your own crew of cool mums?). We’re taking the party to a swish salon at Wheelock Place for an evening of free-flow prosecco and a spread of canapes (you are hanging out with Honeycombers after all!) along with six beauty treatments including eyebrow shaping, face threading, express manicure and hair blow and styling services. Book your tickets now to avoid disappointment.
Mums’ Night Out, 7pm-9pm, $35, MODE Studio, 501 Orchard Rd, #04-08 Wheelock Place, Singapore 238880
Art: European Union Film Festival 2019
10 – 19 May
Movie buff? Enough said. Take a trip around Europe through its films and get an idea of the diversity and creativity at The European Union Film Festival. With over 25 film screenings from Romania, Belgium, Denmark, Czech Republic, Finland and much much more, you’re sure to come out as a connoisseur. The festival has also partnered with Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s School of Film & Media Studies to screen seven short films by students.
European Union Film Festival 2019, National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957
Feast: Singapore Hummus Festival
12 – 19 May
The annual Hummus Festival is back for its third year and they’ve heard all your requests. This time, the team behind Beirut Grill is bringing back top four flavours from last year along with new flavours, creative hummus dishes and their signature kebabs – all paired with a great mix of wines. Stay on for belly dancers, drummers, singers and loads more.
Singapore Hummus Festival, 12pm-10pm, Beirut Grill Fine Middle Eastern Cuisine, 72 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199485
Festival: Singapore Cocktail Festival
10 – 18 May
The Festival Village may be over but there’s still plenty to do at Singapore Cocktail Festival. The festival goes on from 10 to 18 May with a slew of bar tours, bar takeovers, masterclasses, guest shifts from award-winning bars like Nutmeg & Clove and the iconic cocktail passport – which you can download via the Sluggr app. Highlights include Neon Pigeon’s ‘Kyoto 75’ ($16++), Mitzo’s ‘Monkey’s Best’ ($18++), and Smoke & Mirrors’ ‘Peel and See’ ($20++), and new entries, Cook & Tras Social Library, The Dempsey Cookhouse & Bar, Madame Fan and FOC Hong Kong Street.
Singapore Cocktail Festival Village, various locations
Experience: Thai Festival
16 – 19 May
If you’re still having withdrawal symptoms from your Bangkok trip, we’ve got something for you. Enjoy the best of Thailand and stock up on the best of Thai food and fashion along with cultural performances like Muay Thai. Psst…spend more than $20, you might stand a chance to win a trip to Bangkok. Where do we sign up?
Thai Festival, 11am-9pm, Royal Thai Embassy, Singapore, 370 Orchard Road, Singapore 238870
Experience: Drunken Farmer flower moon party
We’re so into the natural wines at Drunken Farmer right now. This travelling wine bar’s celebrating the flower moon with an event that rejuvenates your mind and body. Feel the power of the moon with a HIIT workout by Haus Athletics or opt for night yoga with Roxanne Gan. Once you’re pumped up, get a rep from Spa Esprit’s Super Vibrator to read your body’s energy map while sipping on natural wines at just $10 per glass.
Drunken Farmer flower moon party, 6pm till late, 130 E Minden Road, Singapore 1248819
Shop and Feast: Dempsey Village Farmers Market @Siri House
Get to know all about local farmers, craftsmen and artisanal producers at the Dempsey Village Farmers Markets located at Siri House’s beautiful space. Bring your notebook, cash and appetite ‘cos there will be plenty of workshops, cookouts and cookoffs plus a pop-up booth featuring homemade salts and garnishes for your own cookout. Workshops go from $60 but entry to the market is free. Bring your own shopping bags, there’s going to be plenty to snap up.
Siri House Dempsey, 9am-5pm, 8D Dempsey Road #01-02, Dempsey Hill, Singapore 249672
Sports: ONE: Enter the Dragon
Be prepared for some solid mixed martial arts action as ONE Championship returns to Singapore with ONE: Enter the Dragon. With four-time ONE Lightweight World Champion Shinya Aoki and six-time Pankration World Champion Christian Lee headlining the match, it’s safe to say this is the biggest one yet. That’s not all. Stay tuned for the crowning of the ONE Super Series Lightweight Kickboxing World Champion and other nail-biting tournaments by big names like Nieky Holzken and Regian Eersel as well as multiple-time World Champions, Giorgio Petrosyan, Yodsanklai IWE Fairtex, and Andy Souwer. You seriously shouldn’t miss this.
Perks: enjoy 15% off category 2 – 4 tickets with the promo code ONEFAN.
ONE: Enter the Dragon, 6.30pm, Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397691
Shop: Naiise Iconic Open House
18 – 20 May
Singapore’s new crown jewel is home to over 10 local brands and we’re so here for it. Homegrown multi-label boutique Naiise is in the mix with its first duplex store, bringing you the best of local designers and brands. Take a first look at the open house where you can personalise products and gifts at the Gift Bar or help designers discover their next big thing at ‘Launchpad’. There’s also a Tea Bar by Teapasar and a communal cafe to rest your legs and enjoy pastries, ice-cream and coffee.
Naiise Iconic Open House, 10am-10pm, Jewel Changi Airport, 80 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819642
Learn: Traditional Textile at Design Orchard
9 – 26 May
If you’re all for shopping local, you probably would have visited Design Orchard (if you haven’t, get to it right now). It’s all about traditional textiles this month as they dive deep into the preservation of this artisanal craft. Discover the work from traditional techniques like wooden block printing and more.
Traditional Textile at Design Orchard, 250 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238905
Discover: Tatinis Art Show
24 – 26 May
Culture vultures, this one’s for you. Discover over 500 local and international affordable art pieces from galleries and Swedish and Finnish artists at the annual Tatinis Art Show. Heads up: this year’s theme is about hope, peace and love.
Tatinis Art Show May 2019, 24-25 May: 12pm-9pm; 26 May: 12pm-5pm; F1 Pit Building, 1 Republic Blvd, Singapore 038975
For all green thumbs: Plant Swap at The Green Collective SG
Following its successful swap in March, The Green Collective is back for another swapping sesh. Bring your seedlings, seeds to swap and a container to collect composts and coffee grinds. The swapping doesn’t end just there. Meet ardent green thumbs to exchange cool ideas and tips on urban farming.
Plant Swap at The Green Collective SG, 2pm-4pm, Kinex Mall, #01-36 to 41, 11 Tanjong Katong Road, Singapore 437157
Shop & Feast: Weekend Farmers’ Market at Jalan Besar
25 – 26 May
Spend the morning of both days this weekend for great finds, fresh seasonal produce from Avo & Co, Alentasia for Portuguese wine and canned fish, locally crafted sweet treats from Fossa Chocolate and fresh bread from Savour’re. There’s also plenty of choices for health nuts – natural fruits and vegetable chips from HeyHah Chips, organic quinoa and cacao from Superlifeco and so much more. It’s all happening at Chye Seng Huat Hardware.
Weekend Farmers’ Market at Jalan Besar, 10am-3pm, Chye Seng Huat Hardware, 150 Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore 207563
Party: Propeller’s The Wanderlust Party: Scotland aka Winterfell
Propeller at Bay Hotel Singapore is hosting yet another edition of the Wanderlust Party and this time its tripping about Scotland’s Doune Castle… or Winterfell as Game of Thrones fans know it. You don’t have to be a GoT fanboy/fangirl to enjoy this one but you sure as hell won’t get the puns. Sign up for three hours of free flow Balvenie, Macallan 12 years, Monkey Shoulder and a Game of Thrones inspired cocktail – the White Walker. Think whiskeys are a drag(on)? Take comfort in the unlimited supply of Hendricks Gin, a Date at Aisle of Skye gin cocktail and a homemade mead. Also on loop will be Scottish treats like Theon’s cock-a-leeky soup, Drogon’s fire oysters, hot pies (remember?), Sansa’s lemon cake (major throwback) and roasted rosemary lamb carving. There are no elephants though… *giggles with GoT fans*
The Wanderlust Party – Scotland aka Winterfell at Propeller, 7pm-10pm, Bay Hotel Singapore, 50 Telok Blangah Road Singapore 098828
Discuss: WeWork x Obey – Equal Work Equal Rights talk
It’s a conversation that’s often overlooked but crucial – the support for migrant workers and raising awareness for their equal rights. Join experts from TWC2, HOME, HealthServe and Migrant x Me as they discuss how each of us can help create a positive change for our unsung heroes. That’s not all. WeWork also has partnered with streetwear label, OBEY to create sleek limited edition t-shirts to raise funds for migrant workers in Singapore. Look out for artworks created by migrant workers from HOME, along with poetry, prose and curated stories around their lives.
WeWork x Obey – Equal Work Equal Rights talk, 7pm-9pm, WeWork (Beach Centre), 15 Beach Road, Singapore 189677
Dance: World Lindy Hop Day Special Edition at Timbre
It’s time to put your vintage outfits to good use. For World Lindy Hop Day, SwingStation.sg is throwing a bash at Timbre. Swing into the night with SummerTimes Hotshots’ foot-tapping jazz beats.
World Lindy Hop Day Special Edition at Timbre, 9pm-11.30pm, 45 Armenian Street, Singapore 179936
Eat & drink: Sunday Sessions at Little Creatures
If you need a damn good reason to trek all the way to the CBD on a weekend, this might be it. Spend Sunday like the Aussies at this Club Street bar with booze, tunes and good vibes only. Bringing Australian Sunday Sessions to our island, expect live music from Christo Alexander & Friends, DJs, a Sunday roast and all-day $8 lane brews.
Sunday Sessions at Little Creatures, 3pm – 11pm, 6 Club Street, Singapore 069469
Wellness: AIA Glow Festival
This feel-good event has all you need to recharge, refresh and reset. Blending music with fitness, it’s the coolest wellness festival yet that puts the fun in your workout. No excuses for skipping yoga this time. Make your way to Palawan Green at Sentosa for a day of fitness and wellness activities like yoga sessions by celebrity instructors and a 5km fun run that gives back along with great music and healthy festival food. We’ll be namastaying here for a while…
We’ve got a perk for you: use the promo code GLOWxHONEYCOMBERS when you book your tickets to AIA Glow Festival to enjoy 10% off the ticket price!
AIA Glow Festival, 7am-11pm, Palawan Beach Sentosa Island
K.Blu Swim’s moving out sale
Till 26 May
The vacay season is coming up and if a beach vacay is on the cards, you’ll need to stock up on new swimwear. K.Blu Swim’s moving out sale has marked down prices from up to 50% off from all collections including selected items from the popular Mu.Lan, Favola Nautica, Turquoise Porcelain and Indian Summer collections. The sale’s exclusive to its outlet so make your way to Orchard Road.
K.Blu Swim’s moving out sale, 333A Orchard Road, Mandarin Gallery #02-14, Singapore 238897