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Yoga, beach, music: Soulscape will offer yoga sessions on the beach, as well as other fitness activities, dance, music and a night bazaar, going beyond last year’s Yoga Rave (above)

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Teochew ways: Lantern-making (above) and dumplings will feature at the Ngee Ann City Civic Plaza event

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Teochew ways: Lantern-making and dumplings (above) will feature at the Ngee Ann City Civic Plaza event

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Live and lucrative: Fans at the Future Music Festival Asia. It's The Ship prices start from US$538 and will include accommodation and meals. - PHOTO: MATTHEW OLDFIELD

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Calling yogis: Soulscape will feature yoga on a beach, like this session from 2013's Yoga Rave

Unique lifestyle festivals

Forget run-of-the-mill art, design, food and music fairs because a series of novel events in Singapore are set to put a fresh spin on the tried-and-tested festival circuit. From letting you party like a rock star out in the high seas to rediscovering the roots of Singapore's second-largest Chinese dialect group and giving your body a holistic treat from dusk to dawn, these upcoming programmes are set to be a treat for their punters. BT LIFESTYLE finds out more.
Sep 26, 2014 6:00 AM

All things Teochew

DIALECTS might be uncool in the eyes of Speak Mandarin campaign advocates, but Teochews here are declaring their identity with an 11-day festival showcasing their rich, colourful - and tasty - heritage.

Organised by the Teochew Poit Ip Huay Kuan

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