Soak yourself in the Singapore festive mood!

  • Want to make this April an unforgettable one? Then pack your bags as Singapore awaits your presence! We bring you a list of phenomenal festivals which will surprise you with its amazing offerings.

    1. Fashion Steps Out @ Orchard

    Revive the fashionista in you and get yourself immersed in the upcoming glamorous fashion-festival better known as ‘Fashion on the Street’. It is an annual event held at Singapore’s prime shopping strip and usually goes around for six weeks. Here you will see the gorgeous models cat-walking in the open long ramp and showcasing the latest trendy collections from across the globe. The best part is that you can also vote for your favourite model as these stunning models participate in the Asian Model Search contest. Interested in enriching your fashion spirit? Then grab this opportunity, as this event offers amazing fashion workshops run by professional stylists! The fun does not end here. You can also participate in a fashion-themed photography exhibition and treat yourself by shopping in for some haute couture.

    Dates to Block: April 3, 2015 - May 17, 2015

    Where to go: Orchard Rd, Singapore

    2. INTERPOL World

    We live in a technology-driven era and are constantly experiencing new crime threats and facing global security challenges. To our rescue, we have the INTERPOL World, a new trade event, an initiative by INTERPOL (International Criminal Police Organization) supported by Singapore’s Ministry of Home Affairs. If you are a security manufacturer or a service provider, this is a perfect business platform where you can offer innovative security solutions to the commercial sectors. The four significant domains covered by this event include cyber-security, safe cities, border management and supply chain security. Be a part of this interesting event as the key highlights include the opening of the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI), INTERPOL World Congress, INTERPOL World Expo and the INTERPOL Asian Regional Conference.

    Expected number of exhibiting companies: 250

    Expected number of trade visitors: 8,000

    Member countries: 190

    Dates to Block: April 14, 2015 - April 16, 2015

    Where to go: Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Singapore.

    3. Crowdsourcing Week Global

    If you want to experience the magic of how the crowd can help you excel your business to new heights or how it can be a part of an exciting and well-connected business journey, then save your dates for the third annual Crowdsourcing Week Global event which is a popular global conference that focuses on ‘crowdsourcing’ be it for ideas, insights, solution, development, funding or anything else. The international gurus from across all the major sectors comprising of finance, marketing, technology, government and enterprise will enlighten you on the mantras related to technological innovations, growth and the huge market potential. Be there to connect with the brightest minds and explore new avenues.

    Dates to Block: April 20, 2015 - April 24, 2015

    Where to go: Genexis Theatre, Singapore.

    4. World Street Food Congress

    Want to satiate your appetite for mouth-watering cuisines from across the globe? Then you must visit the popular World Street Food Congress festival. A brilliant initiative to preserve the world food legacy, this festival is a paradise for food-lovers. The 2013 festival focused on preservation, professionalisation and possibilities in street food culture. Taking it forward, the theme for the upcoming 2015 festival is empower, engage and opportunities. Be part of this festival - engage in networking activities, hawker recipes, experience the rich diverse culture, gain insights through presentations/discussions by the speakers/famous street food advocates and get a glimpse of the tourism prospects.

    So, book your flight tickets and apply for a Singapore visa to enjoy the best of festivities. 

    Dates to Block: April 8, 2015 - April 12, 2015

    Where to go: Bugis, grassland next to Tan Quee Lan Street, Singapore.

    Author : Vijaylaxmi Thakur