The Lion City comes alive this October with a range of exciting events and Halloween activities. It seems we will be graced with a mix of sunny and rainy days, but that won’t stop the endless stream of fun happening. From dozens of new festivals, to discos in the sky, world-class music acts hitting town, and so much more to enjoy…we’ve found 68 of the best things to do this October 2023 in Singapore.
1. Be dazzled by Singapore’s largest flower carpet
Until October 1, Gardens By The Bay have unveiled the largest Flower Carpet in Singapore. It was assembled by volunteers and it pays tribute to the multicultural richness of Singapore, with a range of colourful blooms, forming a circular, batik-inspired pattern spanning 34.2m, honouring the national flower. Visitors can see the showcase lit up from 6.30pm to 10pm each evening too. Additionally, you could check out Yeo’s Drinkable Garden, a cool exhibition celebrating the beauty of the chrysanthemum flower, which has popped up in Flower Dome until October 13.
📍Gardens By The Bay, Singapore
2. Say goodbye to Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience
Step inside the paintings of the iconic Vincent Van Gogh at Resorts World Sentosa at Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience. B1 Forum has been transformed with 360-degree digital projections and a hyper-realistic VR experience to transport you to a world of Van Gogh until October 15 – after wowing more than 250,000 people. Get tickets here. Otherwise, read our review on the experience here.
📍 Resorts World Sentosa, B1 Forum, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore
3. Learn new skills from ceramic masters
Until October 3, clay enthusiasts can attend a Clay Camp organised by ceramic studio Mud Rock Ceramics. The Clay Camp takes place across four different locations. These include Jalan Bahar Dragon Kiln, Asian Civilsations Museum, The Arts House, and Mud Rock Studios. It features a number of exciting exhibitions, markets, live demos with award-winning pottery experts, masterclasses, and much more. Get tickets via Clay Camp.
4. Get spooked at Halloween Horror Nights 11
Evil returns to Universal Studios for Halloween Horror Nights 11, which is Southeast Asia’s biggest Halloween event, until November 4. There are a number of new attractions to spook the life out of you including a curation by popstar The Weeknd and a haunted house inspired by Netflix’s All Of Us Are Dead. For instance, The Weeknd: After Hours Til Dawn Nightmare, sees visitors venture through winding hallways of The Weeknd’s spine-chilling nightclub to escape his purgatory of pain. Tickets begin at $79. Learn more about Halloween Horror Nights 11.
📍Universal Studios Singapore, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
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5. Catch Sam Smith LIVE in concert
On October 24, world-famous British superstar Sam Smith will play at Singapore Indoor Stadium for his Gloria The Tour 2023. The Grammy, Billboard, Brit, JUNO, MTV and MELON-winning singer will play both new and old tunes, from the likes of Unholy, to Love Me More, Stay With Me, and Gloria, to name a few. Grab tickets here.
Singapore Indoor Stadium, Singapore
6. Celebrate children at Sentosa Festive Market
Children’s Day is on October 6. So Sunday Social Market are celebrating with a range of activities, on October 7 and 8, at Palawan Beach Walk. The event will feature more than 20 kid-friendly vendors, entrepreneurship opportunities for kids, dog fun, face painting, giveaways, and other family-friendly things to do. Plus, it’s free-entry.
📍Palawan Beach Walk, Singapore
7. Visit Asia’s First Ski, Surf, Skate And Snowboard Resort
Singaporeans will be able to experience the thrill of mountains, rush of waves, and the excitement of skating – all under one roof – at a new attraction on Orchard Road from October 28. Trifecta Singapore is an iconic multitask sports centre by the Ride Side, featuring a venue as a large as four Olympic-sized pools at a whopping 4,609sqm. It houses three action sports arenas offering unique experiences of surfing, skating, skiing and snowboarding, with use of virtual reality, to make you feel as if you’re on the sloops of Japan or Europe. Learn more.
📍Orchard Road, Singapore
8. Relax to piano melodies with Anna Geniushene
Anna Geniushene, is a critically-acclaimed pianist, from Russia making her big solo recital programme debut in Singapore on October 6. Adored by fans worldwide for her powerful interpretations and momentous performances…music lovers can’t miss this one. The event begins at 8.15pm and guests will be treated to major works by Prokofiev and Rachmaninov, as well as the first published works of Tchaikovsky, Weinberg, Chopin and Schumann. Learn more.
📍Victoria Concert Hall, Singapore
9. Be inspired to shape the future
The Lion City will host the seventh edition of The Conscious Festival by Green Is The New Black between October 13 and 15 – after successful events in Paris. Happening at South Beach for three days from 12am to 8pm, the eco-lifestyle immersive event incorporates climate, music, art, talks, workshops, and more, alongside more than 50 brands, to offer a more conscious outlook for the future of our planet. Tickets can be purchased from $15 via Eventbrite.
📍38 Beach Road, Singapore
10. Tour the world’s natural habitats
Discover the living world from a new perspective at this immersive exhibition. Sensory Odyssey: Into the Heart of Our Living World is ArtScience Museum’s immersive, multi-sensory exhibition that encourages visitors to embark on an enlightening journey through the world’s natural habitats. Using scents, sound effects, and high definition projections, you’ll encounter everything from the dramatic beauty of the Arctic Circle to the world that exists beneath the earth’s surface. As well as getting up close and personal with an array of magnificent creatures, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the inner workings of our planet and how we can protect its future. Don’t miss this incredible exhibition until October 29, book your tickets now!
📍 ArtScience Museum, Singapore
11. Drink like Germans at an Oktoberfest party
Why not kick back with a few beers on October 7 in honour of Oktoberfest? Grand Park City is hosting an Oktoberfest Extravaganza rooftop party from 5pm to midnight. There’ll be live performances, German food, electrifying DJ sets, prizes to be won – all against the backdrop of the city skyline. Get tickets on Eventbrite.
📍Rooftop Garden @ Grand Park City Hall, Singapore
Enjoy a unique neon-lit painting workshop at this iconic event this October. Lean into your creative side at Paint In The Dark at The Common Good. Let the glowing colours inspire you, no matter what level of painting you have. Each attendee will be treated to the perfect social activity, alongside relaxing music, and receive a free complimentary drink. Learn more or get tickets here. Hurry, tickets are selling fast for selected days this month.
📍 The Common Good, 169 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore
13. Dance at a free music festival
From October 6 to 8, the largest alternative music festival returns to Esplanade – Theatres By The Bay in Singapore. Baybeats 2023 offers three days of exciting local and international acts, including 39 bands across four stage, iconic partnerships from overseas festivals, and more to celebrate indie rock, hip hop, and other alternative music for its 22nd edition. Wonderfully, it’s completely free to attend!
📍Esplanade – Theatres By The Bay, Singapore
14. Get educated at the new LKY: The Experience
An iconic new immersive experience, dedicated to our founding father – Lee Kuan Yew – opens in Singapore on October 6. It features more than 20 interactive rooms across three zones, inviting you to discover the man behind the name, and 100 years of legacy. It depicts his story from childhood to adulthood through rainbow slides, novel retelling, cool installations, activities, and so much more. Tickets are from $20 and the event is on until December 31. Book via LKY: The Experience.
📍11 Prinsep Link, Singapore 187949
15. Immerse yourself in the world of flamenco
Singapore Flamenco Festival 2023 is happening between October 13 and 15. Be entertained by a groundbreaking triple bill by the Flamenco Sin Fronteras company, alongside art, entertainment, and food. From dance drama Reflections of Time to The Golden Age of Flamenco, which takes guests back through time of Spanish Flamenco…it’s the perfect festival to get involved in. Tickets cost between $38 to $88 via Sistic.
📍 Esplanade Recital Studio, Singapore
16. Wander a new pet-friendly lifestyle festival
Wunderground Festival, is a new immersive lifestyle festival with more than 70 exciting brands to explore, planned for the next three years in Singapore. Organised by Singapore Retailers Association. Until October 1, there’s The City Experience at 37 Emerald Hill. Meanwhile, The Heartland Experience is on at Tampines West from October 6 to 15. It kicks off at 3pm to 10pm weekdays and 12pm to 10pm over the weekends. Get more details on Wunderground Festival.
17. Indulge on a Claude Monet afternoon tea
Until October 31, a Claude Monet-inspired afternoon tea is happening at ANTI:DOTE for the Seasons of Impressionists. Executive Pastry Chef Yong Ming Choong and Senior Sous Chef Jacky Lai, brings Monet’s masterpieces to life, and guests can savour edible artworks starting from $68 per person. Tuck into sweet treats, scones, Edge of the Forest sandwiches, and more, alongside mocktails and cocktails for an extra fee. Book on the Fairmont website.
📍Level 1, 80 Bras Basah Rd, Singapore 189560
18. Laugh out loud with Kumar
On October 18, The Kumar Show returns to The Lemon Stand. Over 18s will be entertained by local comedian Queen Kumar at 8pm. No doubt you’ll be left with bellyaches of laughter at this experience. Learn more.
📍12 Queen St, #01-02, Singapore 188553
19. Sail into the dark seas with ghouls
This 2.5-hour ghost ship dining cruise sells out every year and it’s the perfect place to celebrate Halloween with an even darker twist. The ship, is plagued with angry spirits who died from a virus after the war, so it has become a ghost ship infirmary. The event is on selected dates between October 24 and 31. Plus, there’s a dog and cat specific ghost ship cruise happening too. Learn more about the Halloween cruise.
📍 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
20. Satisfy your food-loving heart
This October, a number of important food days are happening. On October 4, it’s World Taco Day so you can go on an adventure for the best tacos and margaritas around Singapore. Meanwhile, there’s International Pizza and Beer Day on October 9, and we already have you covered with the best pizza and beers in Singapore. Plus, you can’t miss World Food Day on October 16 – which is the perfect excuse to eat anything you desire!
21. Mark your calendar for The World’s 50 Best Bars in Singapore
Singapore will host the World’s 50 Best Bars 2023 awards at Pasir Panjang Station, on October 18. The 15th edition of the event, sponsored by Perrier, is the first ceremony outside Europe in 15 years and the first time it moves to Asia. Additionally, it’s the first-ever World’s 50 Best Bars that will be hosted in Singapore. Dozens of drink-related events will take place from October 16, for 50 Best Week, with the awards happening on October 17. Expect outstanding cocktails, guest bartender shifts, a 40 Best Closing Party Brunch on October 18, and an all-new 50 Best Signature Sessions – where global talent and local bartenders team up to create unique cocktails. Learn more.
📍 Various Locations
22. Boogie at a silent disco in the sky
On October 28, Pelago’s Silent Disco returns atop SkyPark in Marina Bay Sands. Pop on your headsets, complete with LED lights, and get ready to dance to three different styles of music. From electronic tunes to rock, and more…it’s the perfect nightlife experience in the sky to finish off the month. Get tickets here.
📍 Level 57, 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956
23. See & Juliet for the first time in Asia
Hit musical & Juliet made its Asian Premiere in Singapore last week. The nine-time Tony award-nominated musical takes place at Sands Theatre in Marina Bay Sands, for the first time, until October 8. Forget all you know about Juliet’s famous ending in Romeo & Juliet because & Juliet reimagines her life if her fate were completely different. In this inspiring new tale, Juliet goes on a journey of self-discovery, accompanied by a fabulous mix of all the best chart-topping pop songs of the century. Tickets start at $68. Learn more.
📍 Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore
24. Raise awareness for Breast Cancer
Every October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Usually, there are a number of events across the city to raise awareness for the most common cancer diagnosed in females. Keep an eye on our page for events. For now, you could visit one of the best pink cafes in Singapore.
📍 Various Locations
25. Be enchanted at a Candlelight concert
Singapore’s finest venues are lit by candlelight once again this month, and it’s the perfect excuse for a cosy date night. Here are our favourite Candlelight concerts taking place in the city during October:
🕯 Candlelight: Magical Movie Soundtracks at The Arts House (October 12)
🕯 Candlelight: Chopin’s Best Works at The Arts House (October 13)
🕯 Candlelight: Tribute to Ryuichi Sakamoto 坂本龍 (October 14)
🕯 Candlelight: Best of Anime Soundtracks (October 14)
🕯 Candlelight: Taylor Swift’s Best Hits at The Arts House (October 15)
🕯 Candlelight Orchestra: Tribute to Queen (October 21)
🕯 Candlelight Halloween: Best Soundtracks of Tim Burton (October 31)
26. Get educated at Archifest 2023
Until October 28, the annual architecture festival, Archifest 2023, will host a month of activities. Commissioned by SIA, it aims to bring together likeminded individuals to celebrate Singapore’s architecture and environment, with creative collaborations, design talks, workshops, and more. Get the details.
📍 Various Locations
27. Say hello to nocturnal creatures
Night Safari is the world’s first nocturnal zoo located in Mandai. It’s one of the best attractions in Singapore because visitors can hop on a buggy or walking tour, with guided experts, to get up close and personal with wild animals – who only come out at night. Book via the Fever website. Plus, it’s one of the best things to do at night in Singapore.
📍80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826
28. Go on an immersive storytelling walk
On October 6 and 7, StoryFest 2023 is hosting its very own outdoor Story Walk through the Civic District. It will feature public bench works and local history and culture brought to life in a refreshing way, with original and captivating tales written by Verena Tay. Get tickets for $10 per session via Story Walk.
29. Get spooked at the Museum of Ice Cream
Every year, the Museum of Ice Cream transforms its 14 interactive zones, with a spooky twist, in honour of Halloween. This year, there will be a Monster Ball, for people over the age of 18, to indulge on monstrous treats and sip boozy drinks in a unique space. So get your costumes ready for Ice Cream Social x Afterlife.Aiko: Monster Ball for just $25. Learn more about the Museum of Ice Cream. Otherwise, purchase tickets via Fever.
📍 100 Loewen Road, Dempsey, Singapore 248837
30. Spoil yourself to a chocolate high tea
Marriott Hotel Chocolate Afternoon Tea is offering a new decadent Chocolate Elegance Afternoon Tea until November 30. It’s super affordable from $48 per person. Indulge on creamy Hazelnut Chocolate Praline Mousse Cake, snacks with Middle Eastern twists, and other chocolate treats for the perfect afternoon. Book here.
📍Lobby Lounge, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, Singapore
SEE MORE: The Best Afternoon Teas In Singapore
31. Last chance to see Mid-Autumn displays
This year’s Mid-Autumn Festival took place on September 29. But most events are happening into mid October around Singapore. From light ups to cultural performances, and more…there’s plenty to experience. We’ve made a list of the best light-up displays and activities to venture around right now.
32. Be enchanted by a fairytale musical
Into The Woods is on from October 27 to November 12 in Singapore. The unforgettable Tony award-winning musical assembles a cast of marvellous multiverse fairytale heroes and villains in one show. From the Witch, the Wolf, and the Giant, to Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, an evil Stepmother, and many more…be on the edge of your seat as you watch a battle unfold between the good and evil in the woods. Get tickets on Sistic.
📍Singtel Waterfront Theatre @ Esplanade, Singapore
33. Dance inside Singapore’s first AI-powered futuristic nightclub
ARK 11 is a revolutionary new nightclub that opened in September at Orchard Central. The quirky space-themed nightclub, using AI and immersive technology, to offer clubgoers the ultimate party experience. Feel like you’ve stepped into a sci-fi movie once you’ve pushed the big button which unveils a space tunnel that leads to a dance club in a vessel. From trippy holographic designs to AI-powered bartenders serving drinks…you can’t miss it. Learn more about ARK 11.
📍Orchard Central Level 11, 181 Orchard Rd, #11 – 01 / 02, Singapore 238896
34. Try out spooky golf
Be transported to a sinister world this Halloween at a new haunted golf adventure in Singapore. Kulnari Mystery Golf launches its inaugural Halloween event to spook the life out of you. The Curse – A Haunted Golf Adventure promises to set a new standard for spine-chilling entertainment in Singapore. It’s on from October 19 to November 4 for those who dare venture into the supernatural. Learn more.
📍51B Circular Rd, Singapore 049406
35. Shop at New Jeans x Line Friends store
An official New Jeans x Line Friends pop-up store launched in Singapore in September. Orchard Central will host the store until November 23 to the delight of fans. Step into a pink-themed venue offering iconic merchandise, from themed clothes to keychains, Powerpuff Girls in the form of New Jeans members, and more. Already, the pop-up store has thrilled fans in places like Thailand and Malaysia.
📍Orchard Central, Singapore
36. Party at Sentosa’s hottest new beach club
Tipsy Unicorn Beach Club is an iconic new party spot set to change the nightlife scene in Sentosa. The 500-seater venue boasts both indoor and alfresco areas, offering visitors the chance to lounge between luxurious private cabanas, pools, daybeds, and VIP lounges. Concepted by Tipsy Collective, who are known for hospitality concepts like Tipsy Flamingo, they aim to provide a iconic beach club experience that will make you feel like you’re in Ibiza or Dubai. Particularly, visitors will be treated to music from live bands – in a first in the Sentosa beach club scene. Learn more about Sentosa’s new attractions.
📍 36 Siloso Beach Walk, #01-01, Sentosa Island, Singapore
37. Giggle through a very naughty exhibition
Giggle your way through this very naughty exhibition, previously held in Paris and Hong Kong, by a famous French pop culture artist. Wood Morning Singapore is a cheeky free-to-enter exhibition, by Juce Gace, on until October 22 at Funan. It takes a naughty approach to beloved childhood characters – reimaging them in a way only adults know – featuring a range of male characters with visible erections. Prepare to see your favourite toys in a whole different light. Learn more about Wood Morning Singapore.
📍BLAXK by ActionCity, 107 North Bridge Road, Funan, #01-03, Singapore
38. Celebrate Halloween 2023 the right way
Spooky season officially kicks off from October 1. So you can expect a whole month of chills in honour of Halloween. From escaping haunted mazes, to listening to ghostly melodies, and staycationing in creepy hotels…why not treat yourself to a night of thrills this season? Find the best Halloween events 2023 in Singapore.
39. Get a taste of South Korea’s best coffee
South Korea’s most popular coffee chain, Compose Coffee, opened an outlet in Singapore recently. It’s the first international outlet for the brand outside South Korea. Particularly, the award-winning coffee brand is known for affordable, authentic beverages starting at $2. Coffee enthusiasts need to try the coffee here this month. Learn more about Compose Coffee in Singapore.
📍Temasek Blvd, #01-623, Singapore 03898
Get excited about the coolest music club around, hosting a range of live performances from a variety of genres this month. Every weekend and Wednesdays at 8pm. Learn more about Cool Cats. Definitely, one of the best things to do this October for music lovers.
📍32 Beach Rd, Singapore 189764
SEE MORE: The Best Live Music Venues In Singapore
Enter a world of chaos at a popular lab-themed playground for children coming to Singapore this November. Chaos Lab features slime, a ball pit, neon graffiti, meet-and-greets with mad scientists, and more activities, among the chaos. After huge success in Australia, the playground opens at T2 in Changi Airport. Tickets are on sale from October 5. But you can join the waitlist now if you read this before.
📍Terminal 2, Changi Airport, Singapore
Other things to do this October in Singapore:
42. Go on a camping trip
Camping under the stars in Singapore is an exciting and affordable thing to do for people of all ages. From beautiful beaches to nature-filled parks offering hiking trails, a myriad of outdoor activities, and even barbecue pits to cook up the storm and host a picnic…we’ve listed the best camping experiences in Singapore. Definitely, one of the best things to do this October when it’s dry in Singapore.
43. Get in the mood from Christmas
If you’ve never been to Singapore’s first indoor snow centre, it’s the perfect place to get in the mood for Christmas. Snow City is a unique activity featuring an icy bumper car arena, a ice gallery hotel, winter shooting paintball, ice shooting, and plenty more to get your adrenaline rushing and entertain the kids on a family day out. Definitely, one of the best things to do with kids this weekend. Get tickets via Fever.
📍21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433
44. Enjoy Sentosa’s new attractions
Sentosa Island is building many new attractions to keep people of all ages entertained. Delightfully, they recently launched a new entertainment facility, featuring eight immersive activities, including Asia’s first gamified electric go-karts spread across three levels, a mini golf course, and two exotic beach clubs. Learn more about The Palawan @ Sentosa.
📍54 Palawan Beach Walk, Singapore 098233
45. Smash some stuff
Are you stressed? Need to release your anger? we’ve got the perfect 30-minute activity to do this weekend. The Fragment Room offers rage therapy where guests can smash everything in sight, from glasses to vases, plates, and more – in a space created for breakables at Singapore’s first rage room. Get tickets on Fever. .Additionally, it’s one of the best team bonding ideas if you’re looking for something to do with your office!
📍490 MacPherson Rd, Singapore, 368198
46. Marvel at a new exhibition
There’s a host of exciting exhibitions to marvel at in Singapore this season. For instance, The Boy Who Became Prime Minister is an interactive exhibition about Mr Lee, at the Children’s Museum, to inspire children to achieve extraordinary things happening until January 2024. Discover the best exhibitions to visit now.
47. Venture across the causeway
Johor Bahru is an idyllic place to explore just 40 minutes drive from Singapore. The Malaysian city has a thriving food scene, wonderful selection of attractions like sky-high views at Skyscape, and diverse cultural experiences to keep you entertained for the full day. Read our guide about the best things to do in JB.
📍 Johor Bahru, Malaysia
48. Zoom down Singapore’s longest indoor waterslide
Aqua Adventure is an exciting new 3-storey indoor amusement park featuring a range of water play zones, as well as a mix of dry interactive activities. It’s Singapore’s first integrated all-weather water adventure centre located at Bedok Reservoir. It offers a thrilling mix of wet and dry activities. Particularly, it is home to Singapore’s longest indoor waterslide, spanning 114m, called Double Trouble Aqua Tube. Additionally, there’s an 85m long indoor Blackhole Aqua Slide, involving a 12 to 15 second plunge to the bottom for riders. Learn more about Aqua Adventure.
📍 HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir, 900 Bedok North Rd, Singapore
SEE MORE: The Best Water Parks In Singapore
49. Dine in a unique restaurant
From dining in a plane to discovering the underwater world, Singapore is filled with an array of peculiar and extraordinary gastronomical experiences to take advantage of. Delightfully, we’ve already made a list of the most unique eateries (cafes and restaurants) for a whimsical food affair in Singapore.
50. 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 September. Here, you’ll be transported back in time to the 1960s in Jalan Besar, with the help from Rosa and Kiran. Get tickets here.
51. Go for a rooftop drink
Indulge in your guiltiest pleasures against the backdrop of the stunning Singapore skyline this weekend. Why not sip a cocktail at one of the best rooftop bars in Singapore, otherwise enjoy a delicious meal at nightfall at a sensational rooftop dining restaurant. The choice is yours!
📍 Various Locations
52. Be inspired by Love The Last March
Love The Last March features one of the largest bronze sculptures globally, created by famous artists Marc and Gillie, boasting 45 of world’s most endangered animals marching together. The mission of the project is to create awareness to protect wildlife from extinction and inspire action. Certainly, one of the best things to do this weekend in Singapore.
📍Near Flock Clock, Gardens By The Bay, Singapore
53. Discover a secret bar
Looking for a cool place to slow down, hide away from the rain and celebrate life? Well, there’s dozens of secret bars in Singapore offering a one-of-a-kind hospitality experience. From creative new speakeasies like Synthesis, quirky bars concealed behind vending machines, and secret doorways to other worlds…you’ll be spoilt for options. Find the perfect secret bar to relax at this weekend.
📍 Various Locations
Heading out? SEE MORE: The Best Nightlife Experiences In Singapore
54. Stay on Lazarus Island
A cool staycation opened on Lazarus Island in May. Grab a friend or romantic partner and hop on the ferry for the ultimate staycation at a Tiny House, that’s eco-friendly, on Lazarus Island. Book your experience here. Definitely, one of the best things to do this October in Singapore.
55. Dive into a different reality
Immersive experiences have become a popular thing to do worldwide in recent years. Luckily, there’s a range of exciting fully immersive experiences in Singapore, where we can plunge ourselves into another world. From walking on the moon through virtual reality to roaming with dinosaurs…you’ll be spoilt for choice. See our list of the best current immersive experiences on in Singapore.
56. Pick a weekend activity
Every week, we list the greatest things to do at the weekend in Singapore which changes regularly. From the best all-you-can-eat buffets, hidden speakeasy bars, free musical shows, and much more…there’s plenty of activities to do. Find out what’s happening this coming weekend in Singapore here.
57. Hike through a nature park
58. 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. Get tickets on Fever.
📍 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974
59. Recharge at an infinity pool
Why not use a dry day to book a relaxation session high in the sky? There are many infinity pools across the city, boasting marvellous views to the sea and beyond. Find a pool experience.
📍 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974
60. Indulge at a hawker centre
Singapore is full of bustling hawker centres and food courts, where locals and tourists alike can feast on both local and international culinary delights at a cheap price – all for less than $5 or $10. From satay and laksa, to fried kway teow…we’ve listed our favourite hawker centres for you to enjoy the best food.
📍 Various Locations
61. Wander around Little India
Little India was previously 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 with Diwali 2023 coming up. 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
64. Learn a new skill at a workshop
One of the best things to do when it’s raining is signing up for a creative workshop. For example, Spin Art is a popular therapeutic activity by Spin Paint House, which involves expressing yourself through art using custom-built tables, designed to spin canvases at high speeds. Read further about Spin Art.
65. Treat yourself to a luxury cruise
On selected dates in October, Royal Albatross Luxury Tall Ship is offering 2-hour breakfast cruises or 3-hour sunset dinner cruises. Climb abroad the epic ship, and be treated to the life of luxury, whether it be a scrumptious breakfast buffet, with unlimited coffee, or a delectable 4-course dinner, against the backdrop of Sentosa beaches, and the Singapore skyline. Definitely, a dreamy date idea if you ask us! Get tickets here.
📍Royal Albatross Luxury Tall Ship, 8 Sentosa Gateway, 098269
66. Hangout in a board game café
Use a rainy day for the ultimate games evening at Settlers Café – a new 24/7 board games café opened in a new location. 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
67. 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.
SEE MORE: 20 Best Free Things To Do In Singapore
68. 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