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It’s The Ship: Fes­ti­val at Sea Date:


Nov 4 — 7:30 pm

Ma­rina Bay, Sin­ga­pore

It’s The Ship is Asia’s largest fes­ti­val at sea. This four-day, three-night cruise mu­sic fes­ti­val is set to de­part from Ma­rina Bay Cruise Cen­tre, Sin­ga­pore on Nov 4, cross­ing in­ter­na­tional wa­ters to the mag­i­cal is­land of Phuket, be­fore re­turn­ing to Sin­ga­pore on Nov 7. So lock in those dates. It’s The Ship 2018 will take place on­board the pres­ti­gious float­ing re­sort at sea — Gent­ing Dream. Ship­mates will de­light in a new “in­te­grated re­sort” ex­pe­ri­ence at sea with lux­u­ri­ous com­forts (trust, this is some A class fancy pants stuff), thrilling shows, and nu­mer­ous din­ing op­tions. This mon­ster of a cruise line is one of the world’s largest, imag­ine 18 whole decks filled with swim­ming pools for days, a wa­ter­slide park and zip line that over­look the sea, a bowl­ing al­ley, 3D movie theater, a minigolf course, as well as over 35 restau­rant and bar con­cepts.

The Egg House Pop-Up Date:


Oct 18 — 10 am

Joy City, Shang­hai

The Egg House is an egg-themed popup space in Shang­hai. With six rooms of im­mer­sive in­stal­la­tions and in­ter­ac­tive ex­pe­ri­ence, The Egg House is a place full of dreams and fan­tasies that brings you a great time with friends and fam­ily. When Egg House opened in New York, it re­ceived mas­sive pop­u­lar­ity and huge ex­po­sure on so­cial me­dia such as Face­book and in­sta­gram. It quickly be­came the new “it” spot for fash­ion icons and celebri­ties world­wide. The project is a group ef­fort run by a team of artists, in­te­rior de­sign­ers and mar­keters. Cu­ri­ously, the main founder is some­thing of an enigma but has spo­ken about The Egg House via a state­ment from the group. The idea was con­ceived in Oc­to­ber last year when the founder grew tired from jug­gling be­tween life in New York and travel around the world. The Egg House was a way to solve her long­time pain point. To oc­ca­sion­ally get away from the city comes with high costs, so they cre­ated a fan­tasy space that al­lows peo­ple to live mo­men­tar­ily in an imag­i­nary place with­out spend­ing months’ pay or trav­el­ing to the other side of the world.

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