Campus Life

LASALLE's award-winning McNally Campus is located between Short Street and Prinsep Street in Singapore's arts, culture, learning and entertainment hub, right in the heart of the city. The campus is surrounded by numerous art galleries, museums, restaurants and shopping malls.


The richness of the student experience at LASALLE is enhanced by the College's staging of more 80 exhibitions, theatre, dance and music performances a year; while its unique city centre location surrounded by vibrant museums, galleries and a packed calendar of international art fairs serve as a canvas for budding artists who are ready and eager to grow.


Eat, breathe and live creativity 24/7 with a range of activities like on-campus exhibitions, performances, gigs, open mics and arts markets in our award-winning campus.

Our campuses at McNally and Winstedt are always abuzz with captivating shows, avant-garde performances and thought-provoking exhibitions. Here's our latest performances happening in and around LASALLE.

Food & Culture

Singapore is a destination for food lovers, art connoisseurs and party-goers alike, with numerous entertainment options like bars, galleries and the world’s first and only Night Safari. There is a mouthwatering variety of dining outlets that offer cuisine from different parts of the world. Some of the popular international events held in Singapore are World Gourmet Summit, Singapore Food Festival, Singapore International Film Festival, Singapore International Festival of Arts and Singapore Art Show. Students are also a short hop away from neighbouring countries like Thailand and Malaysia.

Bras Basah Bugis Precinct

At the heart of the arts and heritage precincts, and conveniently located around our McNally Campus, Bras Basah Bugis Precinct is filled with museums, eclectic and unique cafes, as well as bars and restaurants, making it a bona fide enclave for not just art, but also culinary delicacies.

Cafe On Campus

Located on our McNally Campus, you’ll find Lowercase – the perfect studying spot that doubles as a hangout pad to chill out when you’re all burnt out. The cafe promotes the communal social concept and hopes to deliver a cosy environment, just like your second living room. To help you stay connected, there’s free WiFi all day too.