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Aug. 18

Singapore Night Festival 10th Edition

The iconic – and luminous – festival is back, with organisers promising a return of previous crowd favourites within the multitude of light installations. Performance nights run from 24 to 26 August, the concluding night.

Aug. 20

Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

A golf links is the setting – more accurately the astonishingly scenic 18th hole at California's Pebble Beach – but it’s all about the tyres not the tee-offs. The most elegant collector vehicles get recognition throughout the prestige, while the Concours has a noteworthy charitable cachet.

Aug. 21

St. Regis Astana Opens Its Doors

Ahead of the Expo 2017, the Kazakh metropolis celebrates the hotly awaited unveiling of this 120-key newcomer in the city’s Central Park, a sophisticated urban bolthole that comprises a cognac bar, wine vault and elegant all-day restaurant.

Aug. 23

Primavera 2017 – Young Australian Artists

Artists showcasing their talents through collage, video, photography, installation and more coalesce at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. The works question natural and human-made archives. Ends 19 November.

Aug. 24

The Hoxton Paris Opens

With four room categories – shoebox, cosy, roomy and biggy – the hotel looks to cater for everyone. Hoxton’s latest, and biggest, in an 18th-century townhouse, has 171 rooms, a classic French eatery, and a well-lit double-height lobby.

Aug. 30

Venice International Film Festival Opens

Alberto Barbera directs the 74th edition of the Venice International Film Festival, which celebrates the freedom of the myriad forms of international cinema. At Venice Lido until 9 September.

Aug. 30

Frantzén Eatery Returns

The three-floor restaurant reopens after chef Björn Frantzén closed it for refurbishment last summer. It’s five times bigger, but will still seat just 23 diners.

Aug. 31

Crystal AirCruises’ Inaugural Journey Departs

Passengers will be able to spread out on this giant Boeing 777 acquired by a cruise company – it accommodates just 84 guests amid fully lie-flat seats and a stand-up bar. The opening journey, a New York roundtrip ending on 26 September, will take in ten Peninusla hotels along the way.

Aug. 31

Salon Privé Returns

A concours d’elegance focused entirely on prestige cars, Salon Privé also acts as a giant garden party within the confines of history-rich Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. Until 2 September.

Sep. 01

Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara Opens This Month

Joining the fold in the bustling Malaysian capital this month, the 312-key hotel, designed by the illustrious Wilson Associates, is set on Damansara Hill, not far from the city’s major commercial centres.

Sep. 08

Maison and Objet Paris Returns

Various exhibitors from the worlds of textiles, tableware, design and decoration, among others, return to Nord Villepinte for this varied trade fair. Until 12 September.

Sep. 11

Biennale des Antiquaires Paris Now Yearly

A defining moment in the event’s long history, as the Biennale has upped its frequency from every two years. Collectors’ exhibits glisten proudly under the glass roof of the Grand Palais. Until 17 September.