Make it lively with a K-pop show or relaxed with a historical tour this 16-17 June.
2012 Shinhwa Grand Tour: The Return
To celebrate their comeback after a four-year hiatus, K-pop's most successful boy band will promote their tenth album on an Asia-wide tour. Luckily for local K-pop fans, one of their stops is Singapore. We bet you can't wait to see the boys perform their classic hits "T.O.P." and "Just One More Time" all over again. 16 June, 7pm. Resorts World Convention Centre, Compass Ballroom. Tickets from $188.
Train Live in Concert
Though known more for the chart-topper "Hey Soul Sister," the Grammy award-winning group has other tracks you can look forward to this night, like "Drops of Jupiter" and "Calling All Angels". Plus you get to hear songs from their latest album, "California 37". 17 June, 8pm. Grand Theater at Marina Bay Sands. Tickets from $98.
Southeast Asian Swimming Championships 2012
Root for your favourite team at this last qualifying event before the London Olympics. The sports to watch out for? Swimming, water polo, diving and synchronised swimming. 16-17 June, various times. Singapore Sports School. Tickets at $5 each.
Put a smile on your kids' faces: Take them to see Hi-5, one of Australia's most beloved children's entertainers. They might even have the opportunity to meet and greet Tim, Stevie, Lauren, Casey and Dayen after the show! 16-17 June, various Times. United Square. Free.
Monumental Walking Tours: Indians in Chinatown
Discover the fates, faiths and fortunes of early Indian immigrants to Singapore through this walking tour, which will be led by a veteran guide. You will pass through national monuments like the Sri Mariamman Temple and the Jamae Mosque in Chinatown. 16 June, 9:30am. Chinatown. Email firstname.lastname@example.org