1. Halloween Horror Nights Exhibition
This year’s Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios might not be the same as in the previous years, but it is no less spooktacular.
The exhibition will give you an inside look on the terrors behind Asia’s largest award-winning horror event, showcasing displays and installations of the scariest, most terrifying props, haunted houses, shows and icons from the past 9 years of Halloween Horror Nights!
2. Modern Kintsugi Workshop
Partake in the healing art of modern Kintsugi with Gold & Behold’s Modern Kintsugi Workshop ($118), where broken things are made new and beautiful with gold.
The 2-hour workshop is held by Gold & Behold’s founder Winnie.W, and you will be using one-of-a-kind pieces with manufacturing defects as part of the studio’s upcycling efforts, along with exclusively hand-mixed gold powders.
3. Denim Jacket Painting Workshop
Get your hands dirty with this family-friendly activity: design and paint your own denim jacket for a bold fashion statement!
Workshop prices are as follows:
$125/family (2 adults, 1 child)
$150/family (2 adults, 2 children)
Prices are inclusive of all the things you’ll need for the workshop—painting materials and a denim jacket (you can pick one from their selection of various styles, sizes and washes of jackets). To enquire or book, DM @fundraftingsingapore on Facebook or @fundrafting on Instagram, otherwise drop them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: 2 Gambas Crescent, Nordcom 2, Tower 2 #09-35, Singapore 757044
Opening hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-6pm
4. Singapore Korean Film Festival 2021
The Korean film and television scene has garnered much attention worldwide in recent years: from Train to Busan, Parasite and Minari, so what better way to celebrate and discover Korean film than with a first-ever Hybrid Edition of the Korean Film Festival?
Running from 7th-17th October, the Festival will be held through both in-person and online screenings. The Festival will feature 8 film titles over 15 screenings at Golden Village Suntec, with a further 30 titles available online via meWATCH.
In-theatre screenings will include films like “Dongju”, “Exit” and the Oscar-acclaimed “Minari”. Tickets are free for all vaccinated individuals; book your tickets here. Movies will be released periodically on meWATCH available to watch for free, with a total of 30 titles including “Contact”, “A Tale of Two Sisters”, “The Thieves” and more; all you have to do is download the meWATCH app or visit meWATCH.sg.
Address: Online & 3 Temasek Blvd, #03-373, Singapore 038983
5. OUT OF SIGHT
Created by top New York-based artist Lawrence Weiner, OUT OF SIGHT is a participatory and interactive sculpture that takes the form of a giant hopscotch court, littered with fun and provocative sayings. This installation encourages audiences to see, play, think and be inspired.
The installation is free to all from now till 14th October 2021, and is located at the National Gallery Singapore (Padang Atrium) and The Arts House.
National Gallery Singapore: 1 St Andrew’s Rd, #01–01, Singapore 178957
The Arts House: 1 Old Parliament Lane, Singapore 179429
6. Da Vinci, The Exhibition
Engage in a hands-on examination of the life of Leonardo da Vinci, one of the greatest artists of all time. The exhibition features more than 50 life-sized inventions, 20 fine art studies and dozens of awe-inspiring displays.
Learn about da Vinci’s exploration of human anatomy, such as the Golden Ratio and the famous “Vitruvian Man”, as well as partake in an interactive learning experience with participatory displays and hands-on activities.
7. Tulipmania – Its Wild Origins
Back by popular demand, the Tulipmania showcase is back at Gardens by the Bay’s Flower Dome. Now with a nomadic Kazakh twist, the Tulipmania showcases a cross section of an actual 4m-tall yurt, a replication of a Kazakhstan bazaar, towers and gates inspired by Timurid Dynasty architecture and more.
To enjoy Tulipmania and its gorgeous wild tulips, just book tickets for the Flower Dome at $12 (adults) and $8 (children & senior citizens). Tulipmania will be in Singapore from now till 14th November 2021.
Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Opening Hours: 9am-9pm daily
8. Electrify My World
Electrify My World by Nine Years Theatre is an original play that expounds on Science and Humanity, allowing you to see them in an entirely new light. Set in 1879, when Thomas Edison created the world’s first light bulb, in comes Nikola Tesla, who posits that his Alternating Current electrical system is far superior, thus resulting in an electrifying “War of Currents” to ensue.
9. 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 include 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
10. Candlelight Concert
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).