Back to All Events

Masala Mash-Up on Emily Hill: An Evening of Indian Culture Under the Stars

  • Wilkie Road Singapore (map)

S$85 Early Bird with cocktail & wine (until 1 March)

S$75 Early Bird with soft drinks (until 1 March)

S$95 Standard with cocktail & wine

S$65 Standard with soft drinks

Stimulate your senses through the colourful, mesmerising delights of India without leaving the Little Red Dot.  

Escape to Emily Hill, a little gem of a historical house tucked away amidst the lush greenery in and around Mount Emily, one of Singapore's few remaining hills.

Dating from the late 1800s, this pretty villa is the oldest on Mount Emily and the adjacent Mount Sophia. It was built as a grand residence which had not just a “beautiful view over the town and the harbour,” but also came with “2 tennis courts and stables for 5 horses and 4 carriages.” It has been put to a variety of uses over its time, including as the Japanese Consul-General’s offices before WWII.

These days it's a centre for the Arts, with the fun and funky Kult Kafe in residence providing refreshments.

The villa is the perfect magical setting for our India-inspired evening! Jane’s guests will sip cocktails (or mocktails) informed by rich Indian flavours, snack on a bespoke Indian-themed canape menu, and sit back, relax and be entertained with the sights and sounds of Indian music and dance under the starry night sky.

Ticket prices include entry to Kult Kafe, a signature welcome cocktail (or mocktail), and a choice of a glass of wine or craft beer (or soft drink if purchasing the non-alcoholic option), plus curated menu of Indian-inspired "chaat," delicious savory snacks.

Don't miss this special evening of Indian splendour atop one of Singapore's historic hills!

More info on the Musicians & Dancers

The musical and dance performances will be provided by the Indian dance school, CHOWK, whose centre in this lovely old house.  To find out more about CHOWK 's artistic productions (which include full-length contemporary and classical dance works that have been commissioned by theatres & festivals in Singapore) and classes for a range of ages from children to adults, as well as periodic workshops in other Asian traditional somatic practices,  please go to their website: