Mar 22, 2018

Doctor for a Day is back this April & it is already SOLD OUT! But find out how you can still get tickets for FREE!


If you have been following my Instagram, you will know that Ash was hospitalised for a few days over the March school holidays.

It was a hospital-themed staycation which started with an insect bite but morphed into something much more sinister when bacteria somehow entered his blood stream and infection occurred. He was eventually diagnosed with cellulitis and early stages of sepsis which could potentially be fatal.

Fortunately, we were blessed to have consulted a doctor who set the alarm bells off and rushed us to the A&E. And after a 3-day hospital stay with an antibiotics drip, Ash was well enough to go home. Thank goodness!

Through it all, I have come to realise that time is definitely key when it comes to treating our kids or even ourselves. Should we had delayed the consultation at A&E and just rely on paracetamol to combat the fever, things may have taken a nasty turn.

Speed saves lives.

No question about it.

Which coincidentally, is also the theme for Mount Elizabeth Hospital's upcoming Doctor for a Day programme. Yes, the ever-popular and always fully-booked Doctor for a Day series will be back this 7 and 8 April 2018 and trust me when I say both parents and kids will not want to miss this!

The monkies previously attended other versions of Doctor for a Day - 'Hospital Land' where kids got to role play and experience different medical specialisations including being a doctor.

Then, 'Health Detective Day' called on them to find out more about the different occupations in a hospital, and experience jobs like a general practitioner, a dietician and a radiologist... all done in a sleuthing manner!

Pity that parents could not get to join in the fun.

Well, that will change for 'Doctor For a Day - Speed Saves Lives'!

Working together as a team, both parent and child will be tasked to save the patient in an escape room format.

Expect plenty of solving medical puzzles, cracking codes and piecing everything together... against a countdown timer! You do remember that time is the essence in A&E situations, no?

Recommended for kids aged between 6 and 14, the session will be a great way for them to experience being a doctor, and to be able to correctly diagnose a patient with the clock ticking down - while working with his or her parent. Conversely, it is also perfect for parents who wish to work together with their child to solve challenging puzzles - amidst squealing kids. LOL.

'Doctor For a Day - Speed Saves Lives' is happening on 7 and 8 April 2018 so all you have to do is to form a team of 8 (4 adults and 4 children) with your family and friends! The whole experience will last for approximately 90 mins and costs $50 per team.

BUT here's the bad news...

The 2-day event is already SOLD OUT!

Hang on hang on, I have got GOOD NEWS too.

Thanks to Mount Elizabeth Hospital, I have TWO SETS (one set consists of 2 adults+2 child) of tickets to the 'Doctor For a Day - Speed Saves Lives' programme to give away! 


To participate, all you have to do is the following:

1. LIKE Mount Elizabeth Hospital's Facebook page HERE.

2. Leave a comment in the corresponding Facebook post HERE OR in this blog post once you have done so. Simple!
*Receive one additional BONUS chance by tagging three of your friends in your Facebook comment.

*Giveaway Terms & Conditions: By participating in this giveaway, you give your consent to me to release your personal details to Parkway Medical Group to contact you for prize redemption purposes.

Receive one BONUS chance by SHARING this blog post on Facebook! Remember to set your profile to public so that I can see the shared post.

Giveaway ends on 28 March 2018, 2359 hours.


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'Doctor For a Day - Speed Saves Lives'
7 & 8 April 2018
10am - 7pm (Various time slots)
Mount Elizabeth Hospital

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Mar 20, 2018

After Zurich, Munich, Stuttgart & Frankfurt, which European city should we visit next?

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Hands down, our trip to Switzerland and Germany during last December ranks as our most memorable family vacation ever. While I put it down to the extreme number of experiences we shared together as a family, the monkies will beg to differ - SNOW was the clear winner!

But snow or not, I think I speak for them when I say there are more family-friendly cities in Europe to visit then I thought. We visited Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Munich in Germany and Zurich in Switzerland and the sheer number of kid-friendly attractions in each city meant that we had to pick carefully.

Frankfurt, Germany

The busy city of Frankfurt may be the business hub of Germany and the largest financial center in Europe, but that doesn’t mean there is nothing to do for kids here. We visited the Senckenberg Natural History Museum, a must-go if you are visiting Frankfurt with kids. One of the most modern museums of natural history in Europe, and the second largest of its kind in Germany, it is home to Europe's biggest exhibition of dinosaurs.

But the most memorable part of our Frankfurt leg was our day trip to Rüdesheim, a romantic little village easily accessible from Frankfurt via a 1-hour train ride and the gateway to the Upper Middle Rhine Valley UNESCO World Heritage site. With its cobblestone pavement, the half-timbered houses, and dazzling scenic views, walking through the town felt like stepping into a fairy tale. We paid a visit Siegfried’s Mechanical Music Cabinet too, which is home to one of the most extensive collections of self-playing instruments in the world!

Munich, Germany

For a city that is long associated with beer, it is a surprise that Munich has plenty of kid-friendly attractions to offer. We started at Marienplatz, the main square in Munich. Full of vibrant energy, with shops, restaurants and old architecture all around, the monkies loved watching the motorized figurines dance, joust, and twirl around the inside of the Glockenspiel, a giant Cuckoo Clock. The Nymphenburg Palace, an opulent and sprawling complex of many buildings, pavilions, museums and an extensive outdoor garden is also worth a visit too, especially for Ale who was able to dream up her own German fairy tales.

The boys are not exactly huge car fans but they still thoroughly enjoyed BMW World, home to plenty of technologically advanced exhibits that are highly interactive. And since we were in Munich, I was not going to pass up the chance of making a trip to the Allianz Arena - FC Bayern Munich's home stadium. We signed up for the Arena Tour which included a guided stadium tour and gave us access to areas like the changing rooms and players' tunnel.

Oh, and we spent an entire day the the amazing Deutsches Museum which has everything covering the areas of mathematics, physics, chemistry, and more  It's like one giant science centre!

Stuttgart, Germany

Located between Frankfurt and Munich, we made a brief 2-night stop at Stuttgart. Given a choice, I would have loved to spend more time to explore more of its kid-friendly attractions. We still managed two wonderfully kid-centric places though: the huge Mercedes-Benz Museum, the birthplace of the world's first automobile and Wilhelma Zoo, Europe's only large combined zoological and botanical garden.

Although we were no car geeks, we ended spending close to 3 hours at the Mercedes-Benz Museum which housed incredibly interesting information that is made easy to comprehend even for kids. We spent an even longer time at the zoo, simply because we loved how Wilhema Zoo allowed us to get really close to the animals (but still at a safe distance). And the various obstacle-course playgrounds - made entirely of wood - did a great job in slowing us down too.

Zurich, Switzerland

Zurich, the largest city in Switzerland, may be famous for being the banking centre of the world but there are plenty of fun things to do with kids too! We visited the FIFA World Football Museum and the monkies loved the interactive exhibits which covered all aspect of the world of football. Better yet, the big plus point for them was the HUGE play area, which allowed them to test their own ball skills in a playful manner.

Thronging the streets of Zurich Old Town, the city's historic heart famed for its well-preserved 19th-century architecture flanked by trendy shops, galleries, and restaurants, was a cool way to see the city too. And a ride in the UBS Polybahn (funicular) is a must  if you want to take in the great views of the city. With other kid-friendly attractions like the Zurich Zoo, Lake Zurich, Niederdorf and Zurich Toy Museum, I highly recommend getting the Swiss Travel Pass - kids between the age of 6 and 16 travel for FREE when accompanied by at least one parent holding Pass! - which is the most convenient way to see Zurich.

I think the flexibility of flying into and out of Europe via two different cities - otherwise known as an open jaw itinerary - had a huge part to play in allowing us to maiximise our holiday in Europe. We flew into Zurich on Swiss International Airlines (SWISS) and returned home from Frankfurt on Lufthansa German Airlines. (You can read more about the benefits and potential cost savings of an open-jaw ticket in my previous post HERE)

Our flight experiences with both airlines were extremely pleasant - important especially we were travelling with 3 kids! SWISS was a comfortable option for heading to Europe as the Swiss is known for consistently offering impeccable service and our SWISS flight to Zurich was just that - a solid in-flight experience with comfortable seats, good food and friendly service from the flight attendants.

We returned home from Frankfurt on Lufthansa - Europe's largest airline by the way - on its swanky Premium Class Economy and were definitely much pampered! For one, the seats feel so much bigger and the cabin extra spacious. Coupled with the attentive service the monkies got and the slightly larger in-flight entertainment screen, I believed the wifey and I were left undisturbed throughout the flight. Pure bliss.

So it got me thinking... which family-friendly European city should we visit next???

I have heard so much good things about Copenhagen in Denmark. The Danes are consistently praised for their approach to parenting so it is no surprise that Copenhagen is a perfect European destination for families. Think fairy tale castles, beautiful landscapes, radiant buildings on top of dedicated pram sections on buses, imaginative playgrounds, and green open spaces!

Or maybe Amsterdam in The Netherlands? We visited the city in 2012 and I can say that there is far more to Amsterdam that just the red light district. In fact, there are loads of kid-friendly attractions within the city including VondelPark and Artis Zoo while opportunities for learning reside at the Anne Frank House,Van Gogh Museum and NEMO Science Museum.

I think the wifey might fancy Stockholm, Sweden which has a perfect mix of indoor and outdoor activities. And it is popular among families for good reason - with its vast green spaces for kids to run around and a casual stroll right by the royal palace to a wealth of museums as well as Skansen (an open-air museum that features a zoo and an aquarium).

Are you planning for your family's holiday too? BECAUSE THERE IS NO BETTER TIME TO PLAN THAT EUROPE HOLIDAY THAN NOW!

Lufthansa is currently having a massive promotion on airfares to the following European cities:

Amsterdam: from 888 SGD
Athens: from 888 SGD
Barcelona: from 888 SGD
Berlin: from 988 SGD
Brussels: from 988 SGD
Copenhagen: from 888 SGD
Dusseldorf: from 988 SGD
Frankfurt: from 988 SGD
Geneva: from 988 SGD
Hamburg: from 1088 SGD
Helsinki: from 888 SGD
Innsbruck: from 1188 SGD
Istanbul: from 888 SGD
Lisbon: from 888 SGD
London: from 988 SGD
Lugano: from 1088 SGD
Manchester: from 988 SGD
Milan: from 888 SGD
Moscow: from 888 SGD
Munich: from 988 SGD
Oslo: from 888 SGD
Paris: from 888 SGD
Rome: from 888 SGD
Salzburg: from 1188 SGD
Stockholm: from 888 SGD
Vienna: from 988 SGD
Zurich: from 988 SGD

All round-trip fares include taxes, fees and surcharges.

Booking period is from now until 15 April 2018.

Travel period is valid from 1 April to 31 December 2018 so what are you waiting for? It is time to map out all your travel plans - even that Winter holiday - for the year right now!

Visit Lufthansa or SWISS to book directly.

P.S. Lufthansa will also be having a booth (No. 5H21) at the upcoming NATAS Travel Fair from 23 to 25 March 2018. There will be quizzes and giveaways conducted at the booth... including GRAND PRIZE of a pair of Premium Economy class air tickets with with a 4-night hotel stay in Munich!

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Mar 18, 2018

Nutrients Essential for Eye Health are Power Packed into this one Bottle!

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Our eyesight is probably the most important of our five senses. And like it or not, eye health goes hand-in-hand with general health which makes it essential for us to keep our eyes healthy. But truth is, our eyes are exposed to aggressors, such as UV light from the sun, air pollution and chlorine in water every single day... whether we realise it or not.

And because I have a day job and am a blogger by night, my eyes are used to working overtime every day. Ditto for the monkies too, who spend long hours stressing their eyes doing their daily homework.

Which is why the wifey and I make it a point to bring the kids outdoors come every weekend to give our eyes a break. Even better if the surroundings consist of lots of greenery!

But resting your eyes is only part of the solution. Consuming the right nutrients is important, if not, even more important for total eye health. too. For that, I need ALL the help I can get.

And it comes in the form of one tiny bottle.

Formulated with seven different berries, BRAND’S Berry Essence is packed with Vitamin A, C, E & Zinc, making it a delicious and nutritious treat for healthy eyes.

All the nutrients have one thing in common - they contribute to our eyes' health in the long term:

Vitamin A is essential for the formation of light-sensitive cells and maintaining the surface of the eyes for clear vision while Vitamin C is an antioxidant that helps protect against damage. Vitamin E protects the lens of our eyes, and Zinc helps maintain healthy vision overall.

And what of the seven berries? For starters, they are packed with loads of power for the eyes! Each of the seven high-quality berries provide important nutrients that our eyes crave:

Acai Berry
An exotic berry that is found to have one of the highest antioxidant properties with a potent natural blend of antioxidants, vitamin A, C, E and zinc.

Bilberry and Chokeberry
Rich in anthocyanins, which help to strengthen and protect blood vessels in the eye. This will lead to improved blood circulation and help lessen eye fatigue due to visual workload.

Cranberry, Strawberry and Elderberry 
High in vitamin C and phytonutrients that nourish your eyes and shield them from free radical damage.

Beneficial for night vision as the purple pigment in blackcurrant is used in our body as a precursor to synthesize rhodopsin (visual purple), the pigment helps us  to see under dim light.

To top everything off, the Berry Essence is free of preservatives and artificial food colouring. Extremely important since it is also suitable for the monkies!

Okay, so now comes the big question - HOW DOES IT TASTE?

Just because the bottle contains the word 'Essence', the monkies thought it would taste like Chicken Essence. LOL! I reassured them that it did not taste like that and that they might even like it.

Well, turns out all three of them loved the taste!

The Berry Essence tastes sweet - but not decadently sweet - with a thicker-than-water texture. The recommended frequency is one bottle every morning. Because that provides our eyes with the perfect nourishment to get through the entire day.

You can drink it direct from the bottle – chilled or at room temperature – or as a topping for a healthy drink or snack like yogurt for example.

Personally, I like the taste of the Berry Essence. It has that effect of 'waking' me up in the morning! I foresee it being a lifesaver during exam period when the monkies are suffering from tired eyes after all the revision.

Realistically, getting the monkies (and myself) to eat seven different types of berries on a daily basis is never going to work.

Drinking one bottle of Berry Essence packed with Vitamin A, C and E & Zinc from seven berries, however, is ridiculously easy.

With just one bottle of BRAND'S Berry Essence a day, my family gets all the essential nutrients which are vital for healthy eyes. And it is super convenient too!

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Mar 15, 2018

Arts in Your Neighbourhood returns this March & here are the monkies' Top 10 Family-friendly Picks! + GIVEAWAY

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Arts in Your Neighbourhood (AYN) is easily one of the monkies' (and my) favourite arts events! Simply because the performances are not confined to sitting down in a theatre or keeping all hushed while watching the show.

Instead, AYN brings fun and enriching arts experiences right to your doorstep, into your neighbourhood! Past editions were held in the estates of Yishun and Jurong, and feature a series of free and enjoyable arts activities by established artists and arts groups.

And the great thing about the festival is - it does not matter whether you are catching an arts performance for the first time or a seasoned arts-goer. Packed with entertaining, fun and interactive performances and activities, AYN is a great way for everyone to experience the arts in your very own hood. Have I already mentioned that ALL programmes are FREE of charge? Some require pre-registration but they remain free to everyone this season.

For this March's edition,  AYN travels to northern Singapore to rediscover the neighbourhood of Ang Mo Kio, with activities happening from 8 to 25 March 2018. Great for the ongoing March School Holidays and beyond!

FUN FACT: Once a cluster of rustic kampungs, farmlands and markets, Ang Mo Kio was characterised by criss-crossing streams, joined by bridges (kio in Hokkien). Rambutan (ang mo dan in Hokkien) trees were also abundant in the villages. These possibly gave rise to the name “Ang Mo Kio”.

With a line-up of nearly 50 arts and cultural activities, ranging from dance, music and theatrical performances, to interactive visual art installations and hands-on activities, happening at 16 locations across the island, there is something for everyone and all ages - including six new works have been specially commissioned for this edition!

But as always, I have picked out the 10 most happening art events for you and the kiddos to enjoy:

1. Nadine & The Enchanting Pots
*Specially commissioned for March 2018 Edition*
Date 24 Mar 2018
Time: 5pm & 7pm
Venue: Ang Mo Kio Central Stage

Fringe Activities:
23 March 2018, 5pm – 8pm
24 March 2018, 4pm – 7pm, Ang Mo Kio Central Stage

Nadine & the Enchanting Pots is a delightful tale told with music and imagination so this will be one performance that all kids will love!

Meet fantastic characters and discover how Nadine uses three magical, melodious pots to bring harmony to her village. This is a lively and heart-warming story about friendship that sets the imagination alight with puppetry, music, colourful costumes and larger-than-life props in a kampung setting, where a community that makes music together, stays together.

Remember to stick around after the performance for photos with the cast from Sweet Tooth and join in the fun at the specially designed activity areas. Stop by at Nadine's kampung house for arts and craft, or explore Bandit the Tiger's Lalang Maze!

2. Nomadic Art Caravan
*Specially commissioned for March 2018 Edition*
Dates: 24 & 25 Mar 2018
Time: 5pm – 10pm
Venue: Open Carpark at Ang Mo Kio Central 2 (behind Ang Mo Kio Library)

One of Ang Mo Kio’s open carparks gets taken over by LOPELAB and will be transformed into a mini art carnival ground, celebrating music, dance and theatre! It will be a family-friendly evening out for everyone as with performances, interactive art installations, engaging workshops, and larger-than-life heritage game sets.

Art aside, look forward to a free sampling of salted egg-flavoured local goodies in this carnival.

3. Stop and Smell the Ang Mo Dan!
*Specially commissioned for March 2018 Edition*
Now until 25 March 2018, Various Venues

Consisting of mural paintings and fun & interactive installations constructed with metal pipes, mirrors, and even bicycles, the fun and interactive art installations of Stop and Smell the Ang Mo Dan invite audiences to slow down and reminisce on the history and memories of Ang Mo Kio, while re-imagining everyday spaces around the neighbourhood through four new public artworks.

A commission by the National Arts Council's Public Art Trust, the artists presenting the works are Angie Seah, Chen-Sai Hua Kuan, Lai Wei Min and Yip Yew Chong.

NOTE: Three of the artworks are located at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park so you know where we will be headed when the weekend comes along!

Sound Like 19 by Chen-Sai Hua Kuan
Venue: Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park (Along Bishan Road, lawn behind Community Garden)

Ahoy-hoy! by Lai Wei Min
Venue: Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park (Along Bishan Road, lawn behind Community Garden)

Watching the World Go Round by Angie Seah
Venue: Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park (Along Bishan Road, lawn behind Community Garden)

Reminiscing Ang Mo Kio by Yip Yew Chong
Venue: Teck Ghee Court Market & Food Centre (Adjacent to Ang Mo Kio Town Council Office)

In addition, there are FREE Public programmes open to the public, including live painting with the artists, artist talks and interactive workshops:

Date: 16 Mar 2018
Time: 8.30am - 9pm
Venue: Teck Ghee Court Market & Food Centre (outside Ang Mo Kio Town Council Office)

Date: 17 Mar 2018
Time: 9.30am - 11am
Venue: Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

Please register HERE.

Date: 18 Mar 2018
Time: 4pm, 4.30pm, 5pm, 5.30pm
Venue: Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park (near the Community Garden)

Please register HERE.

Date: 24 and 25 Mar 2018
Time: 10am, 11am, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm
Venue: Teck Ghee Court Market & Food Centre (outside Ang Mo Kio Town Council Office)

Please register HERE.

4. Got to Move Pop-Up: Piano Playground
*A programme by the National Arts Council’s Got to Move*
Date: 25 Mar 2018
Time: 11am - 2pm
Venue: Ang Mo Kio Central Stage

Got kids who just can't seem to stop moving? Let them join in the fun on larger-than-life piano play mats and create sweet tunes by hopping, skipping, jumping and galloping on the piano keys! They can even pick up some slick moves from the exhilarating contemporary dance performances put by dancers from TRDO.

5. The Dicapella Magic Flute: Wonders of Ang Mo Kio
*Specially commissioned for March 2018 Edition*
Date: 25 Mar 2018
Time: 5pm - 8pm
Venue: Ang Mo Kio Central Stage

Enjoy musical performances inspired by the wonders of Ang Mo Kio, led by Dicapella’s Principal Conductor, Heng Xiangle, and presented by a fusion ensemble featuring The Philharmonic Winds, Bhaskar’s Arts Academy and Dicapella Dizi Ensemble. But it won't be just a sit-down type of performance as participants will be given a magic flute and activity book. Armed with these, participants will complete various musical tasks at the carnival booths, and gather clues that will help uncover the possible meaning behind the name Ang Mo Kio.

6. Superhero We Festival
Dates: Now until 17 Mar 2018
Time: Now until 16 Mar: 1.30pm - 4.30pm | 17 Mar: 11am - 6pm
Venue: Enabling Village

Bring out the child in you with this very special inclusive arts festival! Themed “WILD CHILD”, the festival hopes to empower children to build creative confidence, and to design experiences for socialisation between children of different needs.

Special Highlights include:
- WILD Dance Island: A dance floor for music and movement programmes
- Maze to Dinner: A tunnel of tents featuring stories by preschoolers from Kindle Garden, Singapore’s first inclusive preschool
- Obstacle Octopus: A wooden obstacle course in a sheltered area for children
- Village Square: In a grass square, children play games and craft an item that signifies their role in the tribe

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7. No Excuses, No Limits!
17 Mar 2018 | 10am | Bedok Town Square
18 Mar 2018 | 2pm | Kampung Admiralty Community Plaza

Break it down and put on your dancing shoes with the ILL-Abilities dance crew, a "Super Crew" of disabled dancers founded in 2007. Watch as each of the dancers shares their life story and the importance of not letting anything get in their way. With their positive attitudes and motto, No Excuses, No Limits! by ILL-Abilities will motivate and entertain you by making you laugh, cry, and dance out of your seat!

8. A Bird's Journey
17 Mar 2018 | 7.30 – 8.15pm | Bedok Town Square
18 Mar 2018 | 7pm – 7.45pm | Kampung Admiralty Community Plaza

Follow the story of a baby bird's journey of self-discovery, inspired by the fairy tale, The Ugly Duckling. Accompanied by live traditional music, visual projections and voice-over narrations, the performance by yIN Harmony brings in elements of culture that are unique to Singapore. Featuring new music arrangements by Lu Heng and Dayn Ng Chee Yao, audiences can also play on the bird flutes and be a part of the interactive performance.

9. Three Beatings of the White Bone Demon
24 Mar 2018 | 7pm – 7.45pm | Bedok Town Square
25 Mar 2018 | 7pm – 7.45pm | Yew Tee Square

How often do you get to catch a Chinese Opera by Traditional Arts Centre right in the middle of your neighbourhood - and with your kids too??? Relive a Chinese classic Huangmei Opera excerpt from one of the four great classical novels of Chinese literature, Journey to the West. Follow the adventures of well-loved characters such as the Monkey King, his master Tang Sanzang, and his two disciples, Pigsy and Sandy as they take on the White Bone Demon. Will the Monkey King and his companions prevail? Save the date, bring your children and head down to find out!

10. Tell me an (Ang Mo Kio) story - Photography 
*Specially commissioned for March 2018 Edition*
Date: 21 - 31 Mar 2018
Venue: Block 724 Ang Mo Kio Market & Food Centre

A photography exhibition featuring selected works by community photographers at a hawker centre in Ang Mo Kio, based on the themes of Living, Commuting, Nature, and Architecture.

If you are down for any one of the events, you may just win for yourself a limited edition AYN Tote Bag too! While stocks last.

Don’t forget to share your art appreciation with the hashtag #ArtsInYourNeighbourhood on social media and stand a chance to win a limited edition totebag* too!

*The top 3 picture + caption combinations over the duration of AYN will be selected. Winners will be announced on the @Artsforallsg IG account.


Thanks to National Arts Council (NAC) Singapore, I have THREE $20 NTUC vouchers to give away!

To participate, all you have to do is the following:

1. LIKE NAC Singapore's Facebook page HERE.

2. Answer this question:

Arts in Your Neighbourhood (AYN) is held twice in a year. Which months does AYN take place?
a. June & December
b. March & November
c. May & September

Leave your answer as a comment in the corresponding Facebook post HERE OR in this blog post.

SHARE this blog post of the giveaway on Facebook for a BONUS chance! Remember to set your profile to public so that I can see the shared post.

Giveaway ends on 24 March 2018, 2359 hours.


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Arts in Your Neighbourhood - March 2018
Dates: 8 - 25 March 2018

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Better yet, respond on the FB event page to get the latest updates or follow NACSingapore’s Facebook page at and Instagram account (@NACSingapore) to stay updated on the latest happenings of upcoming events and shows!

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