We hear it may rain a lot this month but that doesn’t stop the endless stream of fun happening across Singapore. With a range of festivals, Disney pop-ups, and other celebratory events happening…we’ve located 48 of the best things to do this March 2023 in Singapore.
1. Go to Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience
The highly anticipated Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is finally opening on March 2. Step inside the paintings of the iconic Vincent Van Gogh at Resorts World Sentosa, which will be transformed with 360-degree digital projections and a hyper-realistic VR experience to transport you to a world of Van Gogh. Buy tickets or read more on our Van Gogh article.
📍Resorts World Sentosa, B1 Forum, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore
2. Indulge at Artbox 2023
After three years of closure, the highly anticipated Artbox Festival returned in February. It will have another stint from March 3 to 5. Situated at Singapore Expo Hall, attendees can look forward to more than 300 food, fashion and lifestyle global and local brands all in one place. Read further about Artbox 2023 here.
📍Singapore Expo Hall, 1 Expo Dr, Singapore
3. See Frozen in real life
The inspiring Disney tale, Frozen, takes its global musical number to the stage of Singapore from until March 19. The Oscar-winning movie will come to life on the stage featuring the beloved songs, a beautiful set, sensational actors, and costumes. Tickets begin at $88 via the Sistic website.
📍Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
4. Enjoy Bangkok’s famous night markets
Chatuchak Night Market has returned to Singapore, after three years, until April 2. In a first outside Bangkok, visitors can enjoy more than 180 food vendors, retail pop-up shops and entertainment in one place. Plus, it’s one of the best new attractions to hit Singapore this year.
📍200 Turf Club Rd The Grandstand, South Carpark, Singapore 287994
5. Drink craft beer at a festival
Urban Beer festival is happening on March 3 and 4 in Singapore. Enjoy more than 100 craft beer stalls at Guoco Tower in Tanjong Pagar. With the best tunes playing, on top of scrumptious food deals, from hotdogs to wagyu sandwiches…you’ll be spoilt for choice. Buy tickets on the website.
📍1 Wallich Street, Singapore
6. Celebrate International Women’s Day 2023
On March 8, celebrate all the inspiring women in your life with a number of women-focused events across the city. For example, you and your ladies could climb aboard a luxurious private yacht and be treated to a four hour culinary tour on the high seas from 6pm to 10pm.
7. Visit a new exhibition
Discover some of the best exhibitions on a boring weekend this month. From futuristic universes to nostalgic toys from the 1800s, and the ultimate Minions experience…there’s plenty to see. Find out the best exhibitions happening this month here.
8. See Harry Styles in concert
One of the greatest international artists will play a show in Singapore this month. Grammy-winning global popstar Harry Styles brings his Love on Tour show to National Stadium on March 17. Sing along to hit tunes like Watermelon Sugar, As It Was and even a few 1D solo belters. Get tickets via Ticketmaster.
📍National Stadium, 1 Stadium Dr, Singapore 397629
9. Be mesmerised by Disney
Disney On Ice returns to Singapore Indoor Stadium from March 11 to 19. The two-hour showcase features Mickey, Minnie Mouse, and friends revisiting Mickey’s most memorable moments. Plus, there’ll be plenty of surprises from Disney princesses such as Cinderella, Elsa and the mischievous Toy Story gang, to name a few. Tickets begin at $25. Read all about Disney On Ice here.
📍Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397691
10. Attend the longest-ever Geylang Serai Bazaar
Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar is a popular Ramadan festival returning for a whopping 36 days this year. It will begin on March 17 until April 22, five days before Ramadan fasting, so foodies can indulge and shop from more than 700 stalls while celebrating Hari Raya. Read more here.
📍Geylang Serai, Singapore
11. Say goodbye to the Friends café
One of the most instagrammable cafes is closing its doors for good on March 31. First opened in 2016, Central Perk is the only Friends-themed café outside the United States, resembling the iconic coffee house from the world-famous sitcom. Enjoy hearty coffee alongside international dishes one last time this month.
📍1 Magazine Rd, #01-01 Central Mall, Singapore 059567
12. St. Patrick’s Day 2023
Celebrate Irish culture on March 17 in honour of Paddy’s Day. Normally, there’s an epic street party around Boat Quay, but you can also crawl around the best Irish pubs and enjoy the best Irish food with the expat community who tend to embrace this special day.
13. Try out Changi Airport’s first rock climbing wall
On March 4, a new eight metre high sports climbing attraction will open at Terminal 3 in Changi Airport. Climb@T3 is managed by The Rock School Singapore, and features an eight metre high rock-climbing wall, a 12 metre-long boulder wall, and other family-friendly climbing activities.
📍Terminal 3, Basement 3, Changi Airport, Singapore
14. Join Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants festivities
Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants takes place in Singapore on March 28, for the first time in 10 years, when Asian gastronomy will come together in-person to celebrate love of food in a first since 2019. Wonderfully, between March 25 and 27, a range of dining experiences will take place for Singapore foodies. Learn more via World’s 50 Best Restaurants website.
15. Get tickets to a murder mystery
Unleash your inner Sherlock Holmes to catch the killer in this highly anticipated, interactive murder mystery experience – coming in April to Singapore. From April 14, The House at Fairy Point 6, will become the scene of a crime. It’s the perfect group activity to nab tickets for. Sign up for tickets here.
16. Wander through 29Rooms
29Rooms is sensory funhouse, loved by celebrities, which has hosted experiences across the US, Europe and Canada – and now, it has opened a 10-week event at Gardens By The Bay. For tickets or to learn more, read here.
📍 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
17. Hike through a new nature park
Get fit and healthy by trekking through Singapore’s latest nature retreat and first positive energy park – Rifles Range Nature Park. Situated along Rifle Range Road near Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, the 66 hectare park features two boardwalks, a range of walking trails and viewing decks and a quarry wetland.
📍Rifle Range Road, Singapore
18. Celebrate 100 years of Disney
Jewel Changi Airport transformed into a Disney wonderland in honour of 100 years of Disney storytelling. Enjoy a range of themed activities, from a mesmerising light and sound show to ig-worthy photo displays, until April 2023. Read further about Disney 100 here.
📍78 Airport Blvd, Singapore 819666
19. Take the kids to the Children’s Museum
A first-of-its-kind Children’s Museum opened in Singapore in December. The highly anticipated museum invites children who are 12 and under to enter a wonderful world of play and learning. The museum features a permanent exhibition spanning four galleries as well as three rotating galleries. Read further about the new museum here. Perfect for the kids school holidays!
📍Coleman Street, 23-B, Singapore 179807
20. Get lost at Future World
From the creators of the world-famous Mori Digital Art Museum in Tokyo, this gram-worthy exhibition invites you to lose yourself in an exciting universe of art, magic and science among 16 borderless digital interactive installations. Wonderfully, it just received an upgrade. Book tickets via Marina Bay Sands.
📍 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974
21. Enjoy unique camp-like dining
Ten+ is a new, off-the-beaten-track bistro. Set amongst nature along Sungei Tengah Road, the first of its kind restaurant recently opened to offer the most unique dining experience in Singapore featuring cosy camp-like alfresco and indoor dining. Read about it here.
📍65 Sungei Tengah Rd, Singapore (Nearest MRT: CCK)
Experience this exciting Korean optical 3D illusion art museum. Explore various AR zones, from instagrammable Rainbow Gardens and underwater wonderlands, to name a few. Certainly, one of the best things to do any time of year in Singapore.
📍80 Siloso Road, Southside Interim Market Blk B # 01, 04, Singapore 098969
23. Enter a world of Pandora
This magical experience at Gardens by the Bay, in honour of Avatar 2, brings Pandora right to the heart of Cloud Forest until March 31. So, this is your last time to visit. Read all about it here.
📍18 Marina Gardens Dr, #03-02/03, Singapore 018953
24. Enjoy 360-degree city views
Another one of the best things to do in Singapore is panoramic views atop of Marina Bay Sands SkyPark Observation Deck. Located on the 56th floor, the popular attraction is shaped like a ship and presents unmatched views both day and night.
📍10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956
25. Be mesmerised by a colourful light show
Wings of Time is a hugely popular colourful night show in Sentosa. It features a majestic soundtrack, fireworks and 3D effects used to light up the night sky against the backdrop of the ocean at Siloso Beach. Read all about the experience.
📍50 Beach View, Singapore 09860
26. Hop on Singapore Cable Car
Experience Singapore the most scenic way with a cable car ride at Mount Faber or Sentosa. Perched 100 metres above sea level, it will be unforgettable. Plus, one of the most unique dining experiences is also on offer, high in the sky, on Singapore Cable Car.
27. Dive into a new reality
The Line exhibition at the ArtScience Museum is one of the best VR experiences in the world, involving a 15-20 minute embodied VR narrative experience about love and the fear of change. Guests will experience the world of miniature dolls Pedro and Rosa in a 1940s São Paulo, who must break boundaries to live out their love. This exhibition ends on April 20.
📍VR Gallery, ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Ave
28. Parade through a dreamy floral fantasy
Wander through four beautifully curated gardens, set below an iconic ceiling made up of more than 15000 flowers in Flower Dome at Gardens By The Bay. It’s the perfect place to snap your instagrammable picture too. Tickets begin at $12. Read further about Floral Fantasy.
📍Gardens By The Bay, Singapore
This new indoor adventure forest has plenty of dino-themed activities and a host of dinosaurs to play alongside at SAFRA Yishun. Tickets are from $35. It’s an epic family-friendly activity to do this month.
📍60 Yishun Avenue 4, Yishun #02, #01 Safra, Singapore 769027
30. Wander around Little India
Little India was recently crowned one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world. From beautiful street art to ig-worthy spots like Tan Teng Niah House, and the best food and drinks…it’s an excellent place to spend a few hours on a boring weekend. Find out the coolest things to do in Little India.
📍Little India, Singapore
Discover a range of adrenaline-pumping activities for all ages at this new interactive indoor playground on Orchard Road. From climbing 10m high to destressing in a smash lab, acting as a warrior in a challenge and much more…you won’t be bored. A perfect rainy day activity if you ask us!
📍Orchard Road, Singapore
We’ve already listed a range of hidden secret places to visit in Singapore. Be sure to bring your camera for the occasion.
📍 Various Locations
At Singapore’s largest go-kart circuit, you know you’ll be in for a treat. Get your adrenaline pumping by taking on 16 corners over a 750m track. The novice karts are for everyone to enjoy, which can speed up to 28km, but the more advanced karts are for driving licensed people only.
📍1 Turf Club Avenue, Singapore 738078
Attend one of these world-class Candlelight concerts. Each show features a different musical number under the glimmer of candlelight in a stunning setting. Check out what’s on via the Fever website.
35. Spend the day in Sentosa
Sentosa is an excellent place to spend a day, no matter what age you are. See all the wonderful things to do in Sentosa here.
📍Sentosa Island, Singapore
This iconic new outdoor destination called Central Beach Bazaar is perfect for people of all ages in Sentosa. Read all about it here.
📍60 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 098997
37. Make a mess with spin art
Whether you go alone or with a date, it’s a superb activity to do for something a little different in Singapore. At a session, express yourself by creating your own works, using a custom-built table designed to spin canvases at high speeds as well as your own energy. Read more about this cool art experience.
📍61 Kaki Bukit Place, Printaid Building #04-00, Singapore 416233
One of the most unique and unusual things to do in Singapore is this one-of-a-kind Vintage Camera Museum. Step inside an actual camera to enter the museum followed by exploring over 1,000 vintage cameras and much more.
📍8C Jln Kledek, Singapore 199263
39. Hangout in a new board game café
Use a rainy day to gather your mates for the ultimate games evening at Settlers Café – a new 24/7 board games café just opened in a new location in Singapore. Enjoy delicious meals and a range of games for between one to 30 players. Superb for all your nigh owls or insomniacs. Read further about the new Settlers here.
📍Serangoon Rd, 562, Singapore 218178
40. Go on a journey at New World’s End
Go on a whirlwind journey through Singapore on this unique audio and art experience on various dates in January. Find out more here.
41. Enjoy the view in a rooftop garden
The CapitaSpring building is home to the highest rooftop garden, atop the 51st floor, in Singapore. Plus, it’s free to visit and offers a range of delicious and unique restaurants such as Oumi and Sol And Luna…perfect for any occasion.
📍88 Market St, CapitaSpring, Singapore
42. Pulau Ubin Tours
Experience the joys of nature in Pulau Ubin. From biking to kayaking and more…there’s plenty to do four nature lovers. Find out more here.
With rooftop workshops and plenty of events…you won’t be bored here. Find out what’s on here.
44. Enjoy the best nightlife
Party the evening or night away at some electrifying places in Singapore. Think the likes of ig-worthy nightclubs like Marquee with a 3-storey slide or underground techno clubs blasting the hottest tunes…pick a nightlife experience here.
This quirky activity is just like riding a real bike, except you ride it on water. You can hit speeds of 15km per hour for an adventurous workout. Read further about the new waterbikes experience here.
46. Set sail on a sunset booze cruise
Why not grab your mates for a Singapore sunset cruise with free-flowing drinks from March 14. It includes a two-hour sunset cruise past the Southern Islands of Singapore and the iconic city skyline. Read further about it here or to purchase tickets.
📍Marina at Keppel Bay, 2 Keppel Bay Vista, Singapore
47. Go on an instagrammable adventure
Social media lovers will enjoy the most instagrammable foods in Singapore. Additionally, find the most instagrammable bars in Singapore at night, then the most instagrammable cafes in Singapore during the day, and let’s not forget about the most instagrammable places to capture picture-perfect shots.
48. Enjoy Singapore’s best brunches
Discover the best of Singapore’s brunch culture with our list of the best brunches across town. From boozy breakfast at Astro Bar to international fares in the likes of Utu and Bread Yard…you’ll be spoilt for choice.