Making the world more accessible

An accessible travel startup has added Singapore to its platform offering those with disabilities a chance to travel to places they might not have gone before.

Maps of early Singapore on latest stamps

Four of these from the National Library’s rare materials collection are being featured on four stamps.

Celebrating a poet’s 80th birthday

Respected figure in Singapore’s literary community, Robert Yeo gets tributes from friends, locally and abroad.

A deeper look into our community

The inaugural My Community Festival celebrates Singapore’s hidden heritage stories.

Food takes centrestage

This year’s Wan Qing CultureFest celebrates the significance and symbolism of food in Chinese culture throughout the various stages of life.

A rooftop destination opens this month

Enjoy a relaxed and abundant open-air seating area and spectacular views of Marina Bay and The Sands Skypark Infinity Pool at ‘Sky Lounge by CÉ LA VI’.

All new Art After Dark

For two weekends this November, recharge your spirits with an empowering line-up of arts appreciation programmes and visual arts experiences.

Uncovering one of Singapore’s oldest heartland towns

The National Heritage Board’s newest trail in Hougang shows off its sites of worship and institutions, as well as its architectural features and traditional businesses.

From international headliners to home-grown talents

The Singapore Writers Festival goes digital with lots of programmes.

Libraries opening up further

Good news for those who enjoy reading in the libraries!

“Music for Everyone: Variations on a Theme” opens in Singapore after its Venice Biennale debut

Visitors can look forward to complementary online and offline programmes that will revive memories surrounding the humble recorder, and broaden their understanding of Singapore’s music appreciation history.

Exploring the Seletar Rubber Estates

The National Library Singapore’s latest Web series continue to feature rare materials of historic significance from its collection.

A time of your life

The National Library Board holds a month-long online festival where you can get inspired by other seniors and gain insights from experts.

Uncover the traditions of Mid-Autumn Festival

Have a better appreciation of the Chinese Singaporean culture with this online lineup of programmes by the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre to highlight the customs and traditions of this Festival.

Empowering seniors to drive co-creation and digital literacy

MoU between RSVP Singapore and the Smart Nation and Digital Government Office aims to recruit digital coaches and advocates.