The Lion City comes to life this September with a range of exciting events. It looks like we’ll be graced with a mix of sunny and rainy days, but that won’t stop the endless stream of fun. From people around the globe strutting into town for the F1 Night Races, to soulful musicals, iconic festivals, and other celebratory events…we’ve found 66 of the best things to do this September 2023 in Singapore.
1. See Jewel in bloom
Jewel Changi Airport is hosting its first-ever floral festival, Jewel Blooms – Spendours of Singapore, this September. Happening from September 1 to 10, visitors will step into an enchanting world of blooms and large floral artworks by award-winning Singapore-based florists at an event that celebrates the beauty of flowers. Plus, there’ll be a marketplace to shop, workshops, Jewel’s very first plant swap event, the Youth Floral Cup competition on September 2, and much more. Learn more.
📍Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore
2. See a free movie at the beach
Movies By The Beach returns to Sentosa from September 1 to 17. The FREE outdoor movie series will happen on selected Fridays, weekends, and public holidays. It’s the perfect place to picnic under the stars with children, near the beach, and enjoy all your favourite Hollywood blockbusters. Movies to look forward to include Alvin And The Chipmunks, Finding Nemo, Cars, and more. No booking is required.
📍Palawan Green, Sentosa
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Enjoy a unique neon-lit painting workshop at this iconic event this September. 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
4. See the greatest live magic show on earth
Cosentino: Decennium – The Greatest Live Magic Show is happening in Singapore until September 3. This 90-minute show is conducted by world-famous Australian entertainer and global Magician Of The Year, Cosentino. Visitors will be on the edge of their seat as they watch Cosentino perform death-defying escapes, iconic street magic that will make you quest your reality, and mind-blowing stage illusions. Certainly, one of the best things to do this September for families. Get tickets on the Marina Bay Sands website.
📍 Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands Singapore
5. Get in on the action at F1 Races
Singapore Grand Prix events kick off on September 8, with the F1 night races happening from September 15-17, at Marina Bay Circuit. The iconic motor racing Formula 1 event will attract travellers worldwide for a set of thrilling races, entertainment, and fun activities. There’s plenty of things happening around the island from September 8. Find out the best things to do in our guide.
6. See TWICE live in concert
Powerhouse South Korean 9-person girl group, Twice, made up of NAYEON, JEONGYEON, MOMO, SANA, JIHYO, MINA, DAHYUN, CHAEYOUNG and TZUYU, returns to Singapore on September 2 and 3 – after four years. Fans can look forward to a range of popular songs for their Ready To Be World Tour. As one of the best-selling K-pop female groups ever, you’ll be seriously impressed as you jam along to the likes of I Can’t Stop Me, The Feels, Alcohol Free, and more hits. Get tickets on Ticketmaster.
📍Singapore Indoor Stadium, Singapore
7. Get excited at a pop-up toy show
A highly-anticipated toy show is coming to Singapore from September 8 to 10. Pop Toy Show, organised by POP MART and ActionCity, features a diverse range of pop culture toys, collectables and merchandise at Halls D & E inside Sands Expo & Convention Centre. It will be the first POP MART exhibition held outside of China. Tickets begin at $32 for a one-day pass. Get tickets on the Pop Toy Show website.
📍Halls D & E, Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
8. Wander 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. From the beloved Pinocchio, to the Smurfs, ET, and more…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
9. Party at MARQUEE
The most instagrammable nightclub in Singapore, MARQUEE, is hosting a number of iconic global DJs and talent throughout September. From Cosmic Gate, to Alan Walker, Ben Nicky, and more…it’s the perfect place to get ratchet and party this month. See the full lineup for MARQUEE presents.
📍2 Bayfront Avenue B1-67, Galleria Level, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
10. See &Juliet for the first time in Asia
Hit musical & Juliet is making its Asian Premiere in Singapore this month. The nine-time Tony award-nominated musical will take place at Sands Theatre in Marina Bay Sands, for the first time, from September 21 to 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
11. Celebrate at Mid-Autumn Festival 2023
This year’s Mid-Autumn Festival is happening on September 28. But you can expect a range of activities to take place from the middle of month in honour of the festival. From unique mooncakes to lanterns and light ups at Gardens By The Bay, cultural performances across the island, and more…there’s plenty to see. Here’s the best light-ups to explore.
12. 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
13. Rock out at a beach party
On September 6, Beerkini Rocks returns to Bikini Bar in Sentosa for an evening of grooving. From 3pm until 10.30pm, Beerkini Rocks promises the ultimate live music experience on Siloso Beach. Enjoy the best rock and alternative music, and other non-stop entertainment with the help of local DJs and bands, alongside plenty of booze and a superb sunset.
📍Bikini Bar, 50 Siloso Beach Walk #01-01 Singapore 099000
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. Buy tickets to the unforgettable experience here. Alternatively, read our review of the experience.
📍 Resorts World Sentosa, B1 Forum, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore
15. Check out the Studio Ghibli pop-up
A larger-than-life Studio Ghibli pop-up has taken over Bugis+. Happening until September 14, visitors can pose with gigantic Ghibli sculptures and themed backdrops, buy exclusive merchandise, watch free showcases of Ghibli movies, competitions to win exciting stuff, and more.
📍 Level 2 Atrium and UNIQLO, Bugis+, Singapore
16. See the largest drag show on earth
On September 7, LA Comedy Live presents RuPaul’s Drag Race WERQ THE WORLD at The Star Theatre. The extravagant show has already smashed into more than 100 cities globally, from Australia to Europe, United States, and beyond. Set in a dystopian future, Ru Paul’s Drag Race takes a sci-fi twist, where the stars must choose between the artificial world or the real world. Certainly, a drag race show like no other in existence. Tickets begin at $98 via Sistic.
📍The Star Theatre, The Star Performing Arts Centre, 1 Vista Exchange Green, #04-01, Singapore
17. 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 September:
🕯 Candlelight: Taylor Swift’s Best Hits at The Arts House (September 7/ October 15)
🕯 Candlelight: Magical Movie Soundtracks at The Arts House (September 9 / October 12)
🕯 Candlelight: Best of Joe Hisaishi at Victoria Theatre (September 10)
🕯 Candlelight: Best of Hans Zimmer at CHIJMES (September 27)
18. 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
19. Be inspired at a pink pop-up exhibition
WOAW Gallery is showcasing the coolest pop-up exhibition until September 23. Feel The Heat by UK-born, NYC-based artist, Jon Burgerman is unmissable. Wander through a baby pink playful space and get educated about the hottest around climate change, and more seriously, the consequences associated with it. Expect to smile, laugh, scream, sigh, and cry…according to Burgerman.
📍4 Ann Siang Hill, GF, Singapore 069786
20. Feast at the beach
Sentosa Food Fest 2023 is on until September 17. Gather all your foodie friends to tuck into the best gastronomic delights from more than 100 food establishments from both local and international chefs. The food festival stretches across 3km of beachfront and you can look forward to GrillFest, Food Truck Fiesta, a cool restaurant trail, and more in Sentosa this season. Definitely, one of the best things to do this August in Singapore
📍Sentosa Island, Singapore
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21. Support Tipsy Unicorn Beach Club
Speaking of Sentosa, an iconic new beach club is set to open this September. 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.
(Tipsy Unicorn Beach Club opening is postponed due to the sad passing of Tipsy Unicorn’s CEO Mr Derek Ong. Secret Singapore expresses their deepest sympathies to his family, friends, loved ones, and Tipsy Unicorn team at this time.)
22. Groove at a silent disco in the sky
Pelago is hosting another Full Moon Silent Disco Party on September 30 atop Marina Bay Sands. Be entertained by three different styles of music, through a customised headset, as you dance around the rooftop of MBS from 10pm until 2am. Definitely, an unmissable experience for party lovers! Grab tickets from $27 on Pelago.
📍Marina Bay Sands, SkyPark Observation Deck, Singapore
23. Indulge on Cédric Grolet’s pastries
World-famous French pastry chef Cédric Grolet is opening a patisserie in Singapore this September. Excitingly, it will be the first patisserie of the Cédric Grolet brand in Asia, and the fourth pastry shop in the world, after London and Paris. Be the first to taste his iconic pastries at COMO Orchard Hotel. Learn more.
📍Inside COMO Orchard Hotel, Bideford Road, Singapore
24. Visit RSAF Open House 2023
After seven years, RSAF Open House returns on September 9 and 10 from 9am to 6pm. It pays tribute to the Republic of Singapore Air Force’s 55th anniversary at Paya Lebar Air Base. It’s free-to-enter and there’ll be military hardware, aircrafts, and aerial displays on show. Get more details on MINDEF Singapore.
📍Paya Lebar Air Base, Paya Lebar, Singapore
25. Get spooked at Halloween Horror Nights 11
Evil returns to Universal Studios for Halloween Horror Nights, from September 29 to November 4, with a host of new attractions including a curation by popstar The Weeknd. The 2023 Halloween event will feature a haunted house inspired by the music of Canadian superstar The Weeknd. The attraction, titled 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. Get more details.
📍Universal Studios Singapore, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
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 September for music lovers.
📍32 Beach Rd, Singapore 189764
SEE MORE: The Best Live Music Venues In Singapore
27. Mark your calendar for Singapore River Festival 2023
As part of Mid-Autumn Festival, the 7th edition of Singapore River Festival, is on from September 7 to October 1. Gather your gang for a month-long celebration of immersive experiences, delicious food, exciting parties, and much more – happening all across the island.
28. Learn about climate change at a new exhibition
Until September 24, a cool exhibition titled Locious: The Universe of Now is happening at White Space Art Asia. The solo showcase by Indonesian artist Galih Reza Suseno explores the issues of climate change and sustainability through the lens of ancient Indonesian lore. The colourful, eye-opening exhibition uses whimsical characters and idyllic landscape to entice you to ask questions about life. It’s free admission from 5pm to 8.30pm daily.
📍White Space Art Asia, 1H Yong Siak Street, Singapore
29. Indulge at the World Food Fair 2023
Singapore Expo Hall 5 will host the 18th edition of the World Food Fair from September 28 to October 1. It’s on from 11am to 9pm each day. Get ready to indulge on a range of local and global flavours, of more than 1000 products from over 200 exhibitors…it’s the ultimate food festival for foodies. Whether it’s groceries, healthy food, learning about delectable dishes, and more…you won’t be bored. Wonderfully, it’s free admission!
📍 Singapore Expo Hall 5, Singapore
30. Entertain the kids during the school holidays
Lucky for you, we’ve curated a large list of activities to keep kids calm and your mind stress free over the school holidays for all budgets. Discover the best things to do with kids from our list.
📍 Various Locations
31. Go wild in the park
Parks Festival returns after a three year break on September 23 and 24 at West Coast Park. It’s the perfect place for families and pets to enjoy a day out with more than 100 vendors, games, programmes like arts, culture, nature, gardening, and more, as well as the popular concert series Rochestra. Wonderfully, it’s free admission.
📍West Coast Park, Grand Lawn, Singapore
32. Step into a trippy exhibition
Singapore Art Museum is hosting Hito Steyerl: Factory of the Sun exhibition until September 24 – debuted for the first time in Southeast Asia. Step into a trippy, alternate reality where imagination and reality merge as German artist Steyerl explores how the images in media influence and weigh heavy on our lives. Definitely, an ig-worthy place to hit up this weekend.
📍Gallery 2, SAM at Tanjong Pagar Distripark, Singapore
33. Live like Barbie for one day
Upon the release of Barbie in July, we decided to create a fun guide of how all you Barbie girls and boys can spend a day like Barbie or Ken in Singapore. From stylish pink cafes, to pink coffees, wandering ig places like the world’s first Coach café inside a 3-storey shophouse, and much more…you’ll feel as if you’re in Barbie Land. Get the full list of things to do here.
34. Hop on a Pokémon Cable Car
Celebrate the Mount Faber Line’s 50th anniversary by embarking on a Pokémon cable car adventure in Sentosa. Sixty seven cable car cabins have been decked out in Pokémon-themed decorations until September 30. Learn more about the Pokémon Cable Car experience.
📍Sentosa Island, Singapore
35. Celebrate 50 years of Singapore Zoo
The Golden Zoobilee is happening at Singapore Zoo until September 24. Wonderfully, the zoo is offering a range of discounts and activities for visitors to enjoy. For instance, you could take children on an art-inspired trail this weekend, or else tuck into sweet treats, and get discounts on Breakfast In The Wild, and much more. Find out what’s on via the Mandai website.
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36. 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
37. Marvel at a new exhibition
There’s a host of exciting exhibitions to marvel at in Singapore this season. For instance, Now Boarding: Experiencing Singapore through Travel (1800s-2000s) is a new exhibition at National Museum Of Singapore. It brings visitors on a journey from Singapore’s past to present using four thematic zones. While National Gallery is currently hosting Part 1 of the See Me, See You: Early Video Installation of Southeast Asia programme. Meanwhile, 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.
38. 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
39. 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
40. 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.
41. 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. Find out more.
42. 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
43. 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
44. 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
45. Experience the world’s first mystery golf
Combing storytelling, mini golf and murder mystery techniques, Kulnari Mystery Golf in Boat Quay is the ultimate experience to try this month. Travel back to the haunting 1920s Boat Quay and plan your way around 18 mini golf holes, pick a drink up at the 9th hole bar, and more. It’s the perfect new date idea or group activity if you ask us!
📍51B Circular Rd, Singapore 049406
46. 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 September in Singapore.
47. 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.
48. Try out Changi Airport’s first rock climbing wall
A new eight metre high sports climbing attraction opened at Terminal 3 in Changi Airport recently. 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. Learn all about it here.
📍Terminal 3, Basement 3, Changi Airport, Singapore
49. 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
50. 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
51. Relax 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
52. 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
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
54. 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
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. 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
60. 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.
61. Cosy up with an afternoon tea
When you know a rainy day is approaching, why not book one of the jolliest high tea sets in Singapore? It’s the perfect way to invest in endless conversations with friends. Step back in time on a nostalgic high tea at Ginger.Lily, or else see what all the fuss is about at The Grand Lobby in Raffles Hotel. Pick one of the best afternoon teas in Singapore from our list.
62. Hangout in a new 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
63. 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
64. 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.
65. Indulge on 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. Otherwise, find a bottomless brunch to book in Singapore.
📍 Various Locations
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66. 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