Top 10 Things to Do in Singapore this January

This January, indie music and art take center stage, an intense fighting match takes place at Marina Bay Sands, and the undead rise again.

By Samantha David | Dec 31, 2013

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  • Top 10 Things to Do in Singapore this January
    The Jezabels, Laneway Festival Singapore
  • Top 10 Things to Do in Singapore this January
    M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2014: Art and the People
  • Top 10 Things to Do in Singapore this January
    Run For Your Lives, Singapore
  • Top 10 Things to Do in Singapore this January
    Jake Ellenberger, UFC Fight Night Singapore

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night guarantees to be a knockout with a line-up of well-known fighters. January 4

Drop by SocialHaus' pop-up sales events this month to pick up skincare sets, stuffed toys and more. January 4 & 18

See how artists express the relationship between art and people through theater, dance and visual works at this year's M1 Fringe Festival. January 8-19

Run For Your Lives: A marathon with the undead as special guests—you get the picture. January 11

Art lovers, mark your calendars for Singapore Art Week and check out the many events happening around Singapore, from Art Stage to Art in Motion. January 13-19

Get a taste of regional Italian cuisine at Gastronomic Tour: Veneto with chef Denis Lucchi of Buona Terra. January 14

For the first time in Singapore, catch the Grammy Award-winning indie band Phoenix as they perform hits from their latest album Bankrupt! January 15

Join in the fun at Bacchanalia's The Educated Imbiber: Volume 3—a rum appreciation session featuring six different rum labels and a three-course meal, plus plenty of canap├ęs. January 15

What happens when you mix breakdancing with classical music? Find out at Red Bull Flying Bach. January 16-19

If you're into indie beats, Laneway Festival is a must-go-to, with performances by Savages, Mount Kimbie, Jamie xx, Daughter, Chvrches and the Jezabels. January 25


PLUS: Things to do in Singapore this week

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