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1. A Spanish Seranade with Sunflowers

This is one sunny yellow floral display for all you sunflower lovers out there! Gardens by the Bay’s latest sunflower-centric exhibition is inspired by the region of Andalusia in southern Spain and features gorgeous arrays of sunflowers and other popular Spanish blooms like pelargonium, petunias and more.

Titled A Spanish Seranade with Sunflowers, frolic amongst the gorgeous blooms and take tons of OOTDs with the flowers and olive grove. There will also be an iconic flamenco performance to look forward to as well as Granada pottery and ceramics to browse! 


Tickets: From $12/adult

Dates: Now till 30th October 2022

Address: Gardens by the Bay, Flower Dome, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953

Opening Hours: 9am-9pm daily




2. Cartier La Panthère Exhibition

Take a step “Into The Wild” at Cartier’s new exhibition at Gardens by the Bay! Titled La Panthère, the exhibition is a celebration of the luxury fashion house’s iconic mascot and spirit animal, the panther. View the history of La Panthère and discover more about the beloved emblem that has been a signature motif since 1914.

Look forward to tons of elegant, glamorous and edgy photo ops at the exhibition, with interconnected chambers that will take you through a journey of exploration though interactive digital, physical, sensory and tactile spaces. Entrance to the exhibition is free, but prior registration is required here


Dates: Now till 30th October 2022

Address: Bayfront Pavilion, Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953

Opening Hours: By appointment only




3. Till The Last Blossom Exhibition

This is the last weekend to catch this beautiful free floral art exhibition and installation by Ashley Yeo at Plaza Singapura’s Outdoor Atrium! In our tech-driven world driven by instant gratification, this exhibition encourages its viewers to stop and slow down, drawing refuge from the serenity and sublimity of nature.

You can count on lots of aesthetic and IG-worthy moments at the pop-up exhibition, with countless intricate and delicate floral cutouts dangling from the ceiling of the pastel-hued pop-up container exhibition. All the florals are painstakingly handmade and hand-cut from paper to create one-of-a-kind paper sculptures. 


Dates: Now till 24th October 2022

Address: Plaza Singapura (Outdoor Atrium), 68 Orchard Road, Singapore 238839

Opening Hours: 11am-9pm daily




4. Singapore International Photography Festival

Step into a haunting neon-lit exhibition at the Singapore International Photography Festival (SIPF) at the Peace Centre this October. From nostalgic and retro-inspired installations, video installations, photography pieces and more—the exhibition is sure to evoke lingering feelings in its visitors.

There will also be an interactive segment where participants enter different waiting rooms and constantly take queue numbers, without knowing what it is they’re waiting for; and afterwards penning their thoughts on the experience down on paper. This Peace Centre exhibition is free for the public.


Dates: Now till 30th October 2022

Address: Peace Centre, 1 Sophia Rd, Singapore 228161

Opening Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 11am-7pm




5. Sentosa Food Fest

Sentosa’s first ever food festival is here for 10 weeks starting from 21st October! Foodies definitely won’t want to miss this mega food festival, featuring the iconic Sentosa Grill Fest along Siloso Beach, boasting 31 F&B establishments and 4 different food zones.

Look forward to eats like Brazilian churrasco BBQ, local favourites like bamboo nasi lemak, charcoal-fried hokkien mee, assorted grilled meats and seafood all with a side of craft beers, good vibes and live music! What’s more, entrance to the food fest is free, no tickets required!


Dates: Now till 31st December 2022

Address: Siloso Beach Sentosa




6. Prada Paradoxe Pop-Up

The highly anticipated Prada Paradoxe perfume is now available in Singapore and you can get them customised at the Prada pop-up at Paragon! The bottle design is elegant yet bold, with an eye-catching triangular shape—a nod to Prada’s iconic triangular logo—with the perfume itself coloured a sweet coral pink and sealed with a sleek black cap.

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The Prada Paradoxe bottle is also eco-friendly and refillable, and you can simply purchase a refill bottle once your fragrance runs out. The Prada Paradoxe is available in Singapore in 3 sizes: 30ml ($130), 50ml ($185) and 100ml ($198). For more details, see our full article here.


Dates: 21st October 2022

Address: Paragon Shopping Centre, Atrium, 290 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238859

Opening Hours: 10am-10pm daily




7. Time Capsule

There are tons of exhibitions and installations happening in Singapore’s museums, but did you know the Singapore Flyer also has one such exhibition? The Time Capsule is a futuristic and magical light adventure with lots of IG-worthy photo spots! 

This immersive and interactive walk-through light exhibition features dazzling light projections, short films, mirror rooms, touchscreen games, kaleidoscopes and more! Tickets to the Time Capsule start from $15, or you can get a bundle with a ride on the Singapore Flyer and a trip to the Time Capsule at $40!


Tickets: From $15

Address: 30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803

Opening Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 2pm-10pm




8. Momiji Matsuri

After a long 2-year hiatus, the highly popular Momiji Matsuri makes a comeback at ISETAN NEX, boasting 25 renowned Japanese food brands! You can expect a wide array of Japanese delicacies, sweets, premium fresh produce and more.

Highlights from the fair include seafood from Kumamoto like octopus, scallops and shellfish; street food like takoyaki, beef skewers, omurice and more! There will also be 3 delectable dessert brands making their debut: KINOKUNIYA’s signature American-style Apple Pie, Kurikoma Chaya’s Fruit Mochi Cake and TOKIO’s Banana Crepe! 


Dates: Now till 30th October 2022

Address: NEX Atrium, Level 1, 23 Serangoon Central, Singapore 556083

Opening Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 10.30pm-9pm; Friday-Saturday, 10.30am-9.30pm




9. Silent Disco In The Sky

Brought to you by Pelago, the Silent Disco is back and better than ever after a 2-year hiatus! Party the night away (in silence) with unique customised headsets that’ll guarantee a top-notch listening experience for you! There will be 3 DJs spinning different tunes with different styles of music, and you can choose between listening to any one of them at any time! 

The Silent Disco is happening on the SkyPark Observation Deck, 56 storeys above Marina Bay Sands—giving you a stunning view of the Singapore skyline as you dance the night away. The Silent Disco is happening every Friday and Saturday from 10pm all the way till 2am and ticket prices includes entry to the SkyPark Observation Deck.


Tickets: $50/pax

Address: SkyPark Observation Deck, Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956

Opening Hours: Friday-Saturday, 10pm-2am




10. Howl-O-Ween Night

Who says only hoomans get to have all the fun this Halloween? At Howl-O-Ween Night at Funan Rooftop Garden, your furry friends can also join in on the spookiness this Halloween season! Howl-O-Ween Night is Singapore’s first-ever rooftop Halloween party just for pets!

Hosted in collaboration with Hope For Animals and Pawfuration, the rooftop party will feature more than 15 brands and you can enjoy a picnic under the stars, play some games and do some trick-or-treating as well! Come dressed up with your furbabies to snap some IG-worthy photos! This party is free to attend; and you can sign up for the activities here


Dates: 22nd-23rd October 2022

Address: Funan Roof Garden, 107 North Bridge Rd

Opening Hours: 4pm-10pm daily