1. Singapore Experience Lab
Singapore Experience Lab at Singapore Visitor Centre @ orchardgateway

Come join us at the Singapore Experience Lab, a showcase of Singapore's past, present and future tourism products in the comfort of a conserved shophouse. Visitors can join a 30-minute experiential tour, where they will be taken on an immersive journey which introduces Singapore's hidden stories and off-the-beaten track experiences, narrated through augmented reality, interactive project mapping, bespoke installation and doodle art. The lab tours are scheduled daily at 10.30am, 11.30am and 4pm. Please approach the staff if you would like to join the tour.

Date: Till May 2019

Venue: Singapore Visitor Centre @ orchardgateway

Website: Singapore Visitor Centre

Nearest MRT: Somerset


2. Sentosa Sandsation
Sand sculpture at Sentosa Sandsation

This very different sort of beach party indulges you in not just amazing works of sand art, but also in unique photo opportunities with these elaborate sculptures. Download the festival’s dedicated app to see these artworks come alive in augmented reality.

Date: 1-16 Sep

Venue: Sentosa

Website: www.sentosa.com.sg/sentosa-sandsation

Nearest MRT: HarbourFront


3. 6th Singapore International Photography Festival

The Singapore International Photography Festival invites one and all to admire the works of a wide variety of photographers. This immense festival spanning several galleries thrusts both renowned international shutterbugs and Singaporean stalwarts into the spotlight.

Date: 6 Sep to 9 Dec

Venue: Various venues

Website: www.sipf.sg


4. Indian Heritage Centre CultureFest
Indian dancers performing at Indian Heritage Centre CultureFest Photo by Indian Heritage Centre

The Indian Heritage Centre CultureFest will feature informative guided tours and cultural workshops. It will be launched alongside The Chetti Melaka of the Straits exhibition, which will showcase the colourful culture of the Chetti Melaka community through artefacts, food and garment displays.

Date: 6-16 Sep

Venue: Indian Heritage Centre

Website: www.indianheritage.org.sg

Nearest MRT: Little India


5. Grand Prix Season Singapore

As one of the biggest highlights in our sporting scene, FORMULA 1 2018 SINGAPORE AIRLINES SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX allows you to catch some of the fastest cars in the world take on Singapore’s extremely challenging Marina Bay Circuit. You could also treat yourself to special menus and promotions rolled out by restaurants just for the Grand Prix Season Singapore. Get ready to drink and dance the night away at the many after-parties that will take place on every night of the race!

Date 7-16 Sep

Venue: Various venues

Website: www.singaporegp.sg


6. Mid-Autumn Festival Light-Up
A colourful lantern, commonly seen carried during Mid-Autumn Festivals

Singaporeans celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival by rolling out lanterns in a flurry of forms and mooncakes (sweet traditional pastries) in a multitude of flavours and textures. Come admire the moon at its brightest, along with the deluge of decorations that will enliven Chinatown.

Date: 8 Sep to 8 Oct

Venue: Chinatown

Website: www.chinatownfestivals.sg

Nearest MRT: Chinatown


7. The SMASH HITS Concert – Tiffany & Debbie Gibson

Take a trip back in time with these two pop princesses, who will be belting out their nostalgic hits like I Think We’re Alone Now and Lost In Your Eyes.

Date: 8 Sep

Venue: The Star Theatre

Website: www.thestar.sg

Nearest MRT: Buona Vista


8. Singapore Toy, Game & Comic Convention (STGCC)
A little girl posing with the mascots at Singapore Toy, Game & Comic Convention

At STGCC, you can collect unique memorabilia and the autographs of the world’s best comic artists and writers, then exchange trading cards with enthusiasts from around the world, and sing along to familiar anime theme songs sung by their original vocal artists.

Date: 8-9 Sep

Venue: Marina Bay Sands®

Website: www.singaporetgcc.com

Nearest MRT: Bayfront


9. Singapore Tea Festival
Lady brewing tea at Singapore Tea Festival

Singapore Tea Festival (STF) is back for its second year this September! Organised by teapasar, a multi-brand tea marketplace, this year's STF is bigger and better with three days' worth of engaging workshops. From the 29 exciting tea-related brands, visitors can expect a range from Timeless Classics featuring single-origin tea, to Modern Blends inspired by local flavours. This year's STF will also feature International Flavours such as matcha soft-serve, and lifestyle-related merchandise.

Date: 21-23 Sep

Venue: ION Orchard Basement 4

Website: www.SingaporeTeaFestival.com

Nearest MRT: Orchard


10. The Science of Kindness

Bring your children to dance and sing along to this musical by KidSTOP and the Singapore Kindness Movement, which highlights to young people that being good to others is, in fact, good for one’s soul.

Date: 24 Sep to 7 Oct

Venue: Science Centre Singapore

Website: www.science.edu.sg

Nearest MRT: Jurong East


11. The GREAT Food Festival
Participants getting their hands on during the masterclasses at The GREAT Food Festival

Check out this one-stop gastronomic platform to indulge in the most delectable offerings with our celebrity chefs and patissiers. Be inspired by live demonstrations and perhaps pick up some tricks of the trade from hands-on masterclasses.

Date: 27-30 Sep

Venue: Resorts World™ Sentosa

Website: www.tgff.com.sg

Nearest MRT: HarbourFront


12. Peter and the Starcatcher
Poster of Peter and the Starcatcher theatrical performance

Ever wondered how Peter Pan came to be? Follow him and his friends on this epic prequel to the children’s classic, which will warm your heart at one moment, then have you splitting your sides the next.

Date: 28 Sep to 20 Oct

Venue: Drama Centre at the National Library Building

Website: pangdemonium.com

Nearest MRT: Bugis


13. Halloween Horror Nights™ 8

With a section of the event themed around the immensely popular Netflix series Stranger Things this year, Southeast Asia’s ultimate Halloween experience dares you to come and meet your ghastly hosts, and take selfies with them afterward.

Date: 28 Sep to 31 Oct

Venue: Universal Studios Singapore™, Resorts World Sentosa

Website: www.halloweenhorrornights.com.sg

Nearest MRT: HarbourFront


14. Spooky Seas
Little kid interacting with the host of Spooky Seas at S.E.A. Aquarium™

An unforgettable Halloween celebration awaits in one of the largest aquariums in the world. This peculiar underwater experience of Halloween indulges young and old in spectacular shows, interactive games and storytelling sessions.

Date: 30 Sep to 31 Oct

Venue: S.E.A. Aquarium™

Website: www.rwsentosa.com

Nearest MRT: HarbourFront


15. A Craftsman’s Journey: From Dream to Reality
Participants getting some hands-on fun during the workshop

Join us to experience how Passion is made Possible with our Singaporean Craftsmen! Our craftsmen will be at the Singapore Visitor Centre @ orchardgateway to showcase their talent and share how they pursue their dreams. Take part in the exclusive interactive workshops conducted by our craftsmen, where you will get first-hand experience in making and tasting local produce. The interactive workshop is scheduled every Thursday to Sunday at 10.30am & 11.30am. No registration needed.

Date: Till 27 Jan 2019

Website: Singapore Visitor Centre

Nearest MRT: Somerset