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1. Candlelight Concert

Everything’s so much better by candlelight: listen to some of the best classical, anime, movie, Halloween tracks and more, all under the soft, warm glow of candlelights at one of Fever’s intimate Candlelight concerts (from $46). 

Enjoy a host of concerts at some of Singapore’s most iconic venues, such as CHIJMES, Victoria Concert Hall and The Arts House. 

Listen to hits performed by live musicians such as Queen, The Beatles, Bach, Vivaldi and even iconic movie soundtracks like I See The Light (Tangled), A Whole New World (Aladdin) and Once Upon A Dream (Sleeping Beauty).

Find the full concert lineup and various ticket prices at Fever’s site


2. Furniture-making Workshop at Triple Eyelid Studio 

Aspiring carpenters listen up! This one’s for you: learn how to make your own furniture at one of Triple Eyelid Studio’s Furniture Workshops!

Even if you’re not as adept with your hands, you can still join as these workshops are introductory workshops with one-on-one guidance provided by the studio’s experienced trainers. Rest assured that these 2-hour workshops will be highly informative, focussed and safe, with detailed instructions on how to handle the equipment, proper application and sanding techniques and more. 

Triple Eyelid Studio offers workshops where you can make a Learning Tower ($150), Cheeseboard ($160) Hexagonal Planter ($90) and more! And you can even request for custom workshops via their email!

Of course, at the end of the workshop you’ll be bringing home your very own masterpiece, as well as a 20% discount off the next workshop you attend at Triple Eyelid Studio!

Visit their site for the latest workshop offerings and dates available at Triple Eyelid Studio.


Address: 131 Lorong Semangka, Singapore 698939

Opening Hours: Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm and Saturday 11am-4pm



3. Bento Workshop Experience at Supermama

Blue and white porcelain is a timeless design that won’t go out of style. Experience the joy of making your very own porcelain piece at Supermama’s Bento Workshop Experience (from $50).

Each workshop experience comes with a Porcelain Bento Kit, inclusive of a blank canvas for participants to create their very own personalised blue and white porcelain piece, choosing from over 100 decal designs ranging from flora and fauna, food, Singapore icons and more.

You can choose to do the workshop in-store at Supermama @ National Gallery Museum of Singapore, or you can get their pre-packed Bento Kits to do at home before dropping it off in-store (256 Beach Road) for firing. 

Address: National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897

Opening Hours: 10am-7pm daily



4. Interim Market at Sentosa

Southside’s newest pop-up incubation food hall dubbed Interim Market houses an array of food concepts such as 4AM Pizza, Luckys Diner, Damn Meats serving eats such as artisanal pizzas, Western fusion, dry-aged meats and more. There will also be stalls serving specialty drinks and alcoholic beverages such as Jungle Fowl, Glugland, Antico and more.

Interim Market aims to showcase independent F&B entrepreneurs making their debut in Singapore’s dining scene, giving them the space and exposure they need.

IG: @aaronpasaoalee

Currently, Interim Market only opens on weekends, and if you’re planning to come down, do make a reservation beforehand!

Address: 80 Siloso Road, Southside, Singapore

Opening Hours: Friday, 5.30pm-10.30pm and Saturday-Sunday, 11am-10.10pm



5. Untame: Rebooting Our World

The importance of STEAM education—science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics—has become so much more evident, especially in these times, when holistic and all-round knowledge is paramount in order to tackle the challenges of tomorrow. 

In light of this, Science Center Singapore returns with a 3-month long festival called UNTAME: Rebooting the World. The entire event takes place in segments: STEAM Festival, Online, Day and After Dark over various dates and with varying ticket prices. 

The activities offered range from in-person events to online activities, all of which carry the theme of how to live sustainably in our daily lives in order to create a better Earth for the future.

Find the full program lineup and ticket prices here.


Address: 15 Science Centre Dr, Singapore 609081

Opening Hours: 10am-6pm




6. La Clique

It’s been a while since we have foriegn acts here in Singapore, so theatre buffs will be pleased to know the theatrical phenomenon that has sold out audiences in Edinburgh, Melbourne, Sydney, New York and more will be in Singapore from now till 7th November 2021! 

La Clique is an entertaining show with a mix of circus, cabaret, comedy and live music, featuring an international cast of 9 artists and the acclaimed 4-piece La Clique Palais Orkestra. 

One key feature of the show is the fact that audiences are seated around a small stage no larger than 3-metres wide, and they are so close to the action that it almost feels like they are part of the show themselves!


Address: Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Exhibition Hall C, Level 1

Tickets: $98-$188




7. Slurping Good!

In collaboration with Nissin Foods Singapore, Slurping Good! is an interactive instant noodle-inspired pop-up playground featuring 13 vibrant, playful and instagrammable spaces.

Expect larger-than-life installations like a 1.7m tall cup noodle replica, noodle slide and noodle swing, as well as other interactive activities.

Aside from playing around with instant noodle-inspired exhibits, you’ll also get to bag some instant noodle-inspired merchandise over at Slurping Good!’s retail store.

Ticket prices also includes a goodie bag, where you’ll find retail and eating vouchers, and even a Nissin cup noodle!


Address: Tekka Place, Annex Building, 2 Serangoon Road, #01-51 to 54, Singapore 218227

Opening Hours: 10am-10pm daily

Dates: 25th September 2021 to 31st January 2022

Admission Fee: $21



8. Museum of Ice Cream

Here’s another food-themed exhibition to tickle your fancy! The Museum of Ice Cream features 14 ice cream-themed multi-sensory installations for you to trek through, and the best part is—you’ll be consuming unlimited sweet treats along the way! 

The museum features interactive installations like a Singapore-inspired Dragon Playground, a pink and yellow Banana Jungle and the largest Sprinkle Pool ever created! Don’t miss out on their café, bar and retail store either, where you can taste signature flavours only available at Museum of Ice Cream, have specialty milkshakes, light bites, coffee or tea and take home a few exclusive Museum of Ice Cream merchandise!

IG: @justingalang

Address: 100 Loewen Road, Dempsey, Singapore 248837

Opening Hours: Thursday-Sunday, 10am-10.30pm

Tickets: $38 onwards