Time for me-time? We’ve got just the places to go and things to do, all the better without company.
In floatation therapy, you’ll experience sensory deprivation while floating (no matter how you try to submerge yourself!) in a sound-proof and light-proof isolation pod filled with a saturated salt solution. Have your mind run free in this out-of-body experience – it’s said to ease pain and aches, promote better sleep and even enhance creativity!
Love furry friends? Animal shelters in Singapore are more than happy to have you as a volunteer – be it as caregivers, or to fill management roles, provide counseling for new pet owners. Find out where and how to volunteer here.
Think you’ve exhausted all of Singapore’s museums? We think not. Put the MAD Museum of Art and Design on your list for its unconventional exhibitions; the Singapore City Gallery has an architectural model of the entire country, which has practically every single building in Singapore.
Your camera lens, that is. The Singapore Photowalkers host regular photowalks around various districts on the island, from nature spots to heritage-rich streets like Joo Chiat and Tiong Bahru. After all, Singapore’s full of Instagram-worthy places. All are welcome – come armed with your DSLR, film camera, or even your camera phone. Check out their compilation of photos here.
By Pinky Chng, last updated April 2018.
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