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August is one of our favourite months of the year — it’s Singapore’s birthday month! And while the island gets decked out in red and white, there are also many celebratory activities to look out for in conjunction with the nation’s 57th. On top of those, we’re also seeing new fun events and activities for quality bonding time with friends and family!

Fireworks at MBS - Things to do in Singapore August 2022

Here’s what you can look forward to this August 2022:

What’s New in Singapore

1) Mid-Autumn Festival at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall

Mid-autumn festival at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall Celestials - Things to do in Singapore August 2022

Photo credit: National Heritage Board

During this Mid-Autumn Festival, the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall (SYSNMH) is rolling out exciting activities such as live performances, cultural workshops, and heritage walking tours.

Visitors to SYSNMH will be greeted by five cute spherical lanterns on the lawn of the museum. Produced by Taiwan’s Kai 3D Art Studio, the five lanterns represent Moon, Earth, Sun, Saturn, and Mercury. Named Celestial Bodies, the lantern installation symbolises the joyous union of family and friends during the mid-autumn festival.

Activities at the lawn Mid-autumn festival at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall - Things to do in Singapore August 2022

Photo credit: National Heritage Board

During the festival period, SYSNMH is also hosting free events such as lantern riddles guessing, storytelling sessions, and craft stations during its weekend open house.

Nian Hua exhibit at Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall - Things to do in Singapore February 2022

Traditional New Year Pictures or Nian Hua, in Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall. Photo credit: National Heritage Board

The SYSNMH is concurrently also hosting Nian Hua: Of Deities, Guardians and Auspicious Art, showcasing centuries-old 年画 or “New Year Pictures”, and their importance to the Chinese culture.

Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival 2022 at SYSNMH
Lawn installation dates: 16 Aug – 25 Sep 2022
Opening hours: 10AM – 9PM

Nian Hua: Of Deities, Guardians and Auspicious Art
Event period: Now until 25 Sep 2022
Opening hours: 10AM – 5PM, closed on Mon

2) Subway’s First-Ever Pop-Up Museum has Opened in Singapore

Subway pop up museum BMT - Things to do in Singapore August 2022

Photo credit: Subway Singapore

Subway® lovers will have another thing to check out this month! The Subway Big Museum of Taste has come to Singapore and will be open till 30 August 2022. The pop-up museum allows visitors to immerse themselves in the world of Subway® through various interactive games and experiential rooms.

There will be larger-than-life installations and Instagram-worthy backgrounds, as well as “phygital” games to create your very own virtual sub sandwich. Visitors can also enjoy a free drink and a Subway® cookie at the museum.

Ticket to the Subway Big Museum of Taste is by redemption only. Spend S$12 on a single Subway® receipt to get one ticket for entry, or S$20 on a single Subway® receipt to get two tickets.

Exhibition period: Till 30 August 2022
Opening hours: 10AM – 9PM (Mon – Thu); 10AM – 10PM (Fri – Sun)
Address: 11 Prinsep Link, Singapore 187949

3) Twilight Dive and Stay at Resorts World Sentosa from S$638

Resorts World Sentosa Twilight Dive - Things to do in Singapore August 2022

Photo credit: Resorts World Sentosa

Here’s a unique staycation idea for the scuba divers: book a staycation in Sentosa and dive alongside Manta Rays and giant groupers at the S.E.A Aquarium.
This experience is part of the Twilight Dive staycation package which includes a one-night stay at the Hard Rock Hotel Singapore or Equarius Hotel (incl. Breakfast for two), on top of diving at the Open Ocean Habitat after hours (7:30PM – 9PM) 🐠

Cost: From S$638++
Book period: Till 28 December 2022
Stay period: 1 July 2022 – 31 December 2022 

*Participants must have Advanced Open Water Diver or equivalent certification.

4) Singapore Night Festival 2022: Bringing Vibrancy to the Bras Basah.Bugis Precinct

Singapore Night Festival - Things to do in Singapore August 2022

Photo credit: @sgnightfest via Instagram

After a two-year hiatus, the Singapore Night Festival is back!

For two weekends in August, explore various light installations, projection mapping artworks, and performance stages scattered throughout the Bras Basah–Bugis precinct.

This year, the main highlight would be an immersive theatre performance featuring iconic characters of prominent Cathay films from Singapore’s glorious cinematic past 📽

Cost: Free
Timing:
7:30PM – 12AM
Event period:
19 – 27 August 2022

5) Catch a movie outdoors — Films At The Fort

Films at the Fort - Things to do in Singapore August 2022

Photo credit: @filmsatthefort via Instagram

If you missed out on the Sunset Cinema at Tanjong Beach in July, August brings another exciting open-air cinema event — Films At The Fort

From 10 – 21 August 2022, there are daily screenings of award-winning movies like Forrest Gump and Everything Everywhere All At Once. Arrive early as there’ll be live music from 5PM onward and food and drinks sold from The Providore!

Cost: From S$36.80
Event period: 10 – 21 August 2022
Show Times:  7:45PM, gates open at 5PM
Address: Canning Rise

6) Meet Singapore’s first mermaid — Mermaid Tales

Mermaid Tales in Wild Wild Wet - Things to do in Singapore August

Photo credit: Wild Wild Wet

Catch performances by Mermaid Syrena at Wild Wild Wet on all weekends for the month of August. For the kids (ages 4 – 10), there’ll also be a mermaid tail posing workshop (S$50, incl. of one child day pass).

That’s not all — on the 13 and 27 August, there’ll be synchronised swimming performances by former SEA Games Gold Medalists! 

Cost: Free (Entrance fee to Wild Wild Wet required)  
Event period: 1 – 31 August 2022 (weekends)
Address: 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Singapore 519599

7) Free Cable Car Rides on the Sentosa Line for Sentosa Islanders

Sentosa Line cable car - Singapore Deals 2020

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There ain’t no such things as a free lunch but right now, every Singaporean citizen or PR is entitled to a free cable car ride on the Sentosa Line. From now till 31 October 2022, Sentosa Islander members can redeem a free cable car ride on the Sentosa Line that operates within Sentosa.

Not an Islander Member? Registration is free for all Singaporean Citizens and Permanent Residents.

Event period: Until 31 October 2022
Redemption point: Any Singapore Cable Car Ticketing Counters

8) Patricia Piccinini: We Are Connected — Hyperrealistic Sculptures at ArtScience Museum

Patricia Piccinini We are Connected exhibition at ArtScience Museum - Things to do in Singapore August 2022

Photo credit: Marina Bay Sands

This experience could either be fascinating or strange and unsettling to many — from 5 August, ArtScience Museum will be hosting a new exhibition that features 40 hyperrealistic artworks by Australian artist Patricia Piccinini. The exhibition titled Patricia Piccinini: We Are Connected aims to bring visitors on an emotional journey through an extraordinary world with “bizarre hybrid” beings.

Patricia Piccinini We Are Connected sculpture - Things to do in Singapore August 2022

Photo credit: Marina Bay Sands

The artworks appear in the forms of mechanised animals and mutated human beings that are strange at first glance yet oddly familiar. Piccinini challenges visitors’ thoughts on what it means to exist with different kinds of life and to celebrate a world filled with wonder and difference.

Cost: S$18/adult
Event period: 5 August 2022 – 29 January 2023
Address
: ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018974

9) Cable Car Sky Dining — Premium Four-course Menu at only S$149++/pax

Cable car dining - Things to do in Singapore August 2022

Photo credit: Mount Faber Leisure

Running out of date ideas in Singapore? This August, take your other half to new gastronomic heights on a cable car. From 4 Aug, Mount Faber Leisure Group‘s Cable Car Sky Dining is presenting an all-new menu on its Stardust Cabin. Diners will get to savour sumptuous food while overlooking the spectacular panoramic view of Sentosa and the Harbourfront surroundings.

The four-course menu includes Spanish carabinero prawns, fresh Hokkaido scallops, Teriyaki Glazed Unagi and choices of mains between oven-baked lobster tom yum goong and slow-roasted lamb loin.

Cost: S$149++/pax (2 pax per cabin – reservation required)
Promo period:
From 4 Aug 2022

10) Tigerrific Beercation at Hotel JEN

Tigerrific Beercation - Things to do in Singapore August 2022-1

Photo credit: hoteljen via Instagram

You’ve heard of staycations and daycations, but how about “Beercation”? Hotel JEN has recently transformed its Superior City View King Rooms into exclusive “tiger dens” for the very first Beercation in Singapore. As the name suggests, a Beercation comes with free-flow Tiger Crystal beer, the best kind of staycation for beer lovers.

Tigerrific Beercation Tiger Crystal merchandise - Things to do in Singapore August 2022

Photo credit: hoteljen via Instagram

Beercation guests can look forward to the in-room Tiger Crystal Bar that comes with a complimentary bucket with five bottles of Tiger Crystal. On top of that, there’s also the free-flow Tiger Crystal draft at [email protected] from 5 – 7PM daily. There are also Tiger Crystal merchandise for keepsake.

Cost: From S$320/night
Book & Stay period: by 30 September 2022
Address: JEN Singapore at OrchardGateway, 277 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238858

Ongoing Events & Deals in Singapore

11) Two New Free Exhibitions at Singapore Art Museum — Superfluous Things: Paper & Lonely Vectors

Superfluous Things Paper Singapore Art Museum - New Things to Do in Singapore July 2022

Photo credit: Singapore Art Museum

If you loved the National Museum of Singapore’s Off/On exhibit as well as this year’s iLight festival, here are two more free showcases to keep you satiated.

Head to Singapore Art Museum at Tanjong Pagar Distripark this weekend and check out their latest exhibitions.

At Superfluous Things: Paper, check out elaborate art pieces entirely constructed with just paper! For those curious about how the artists built their pieces, sign up for a paper sculpting class, My Dream Matchbox Home, available on 17 July 2022.

Lonely Vectors exhibition at National Art Museum - New things to do in Singapore July 2022 - New things to do in Singapore July 2022

Photo credit: Singapore Art Museum

Traverse round the museum and find yourself at Lonely Vectors. Revolving around themes of globalisation and the economy, this multi-sited exhibition features interactive VR exhibits, together with abstract video displays and colourful dioramas!

Cost: Free
Event period: Till 4 September 2022
Timing: 10AM – 7PM

12) New Cinema at ArtScience Museum with Free Film Screenings

ArtScience Cinema - New things to do in Singapore July 2022

Photo credit: Marina Bay Sands

We recently said goodbye to the legendary Grand Cathay Cinema, but there’s a new kid in town. Located at the ArtScience Museum, ArtScience Cinema will feature award-winning films like Fantastic Mr. Fox and Where the Wild Things Are for free! 

ArtScience Museum Cinema - New things to do in Singapore July 2022

Photo credit: Marina Bay Sands

They take surround sound very seriously here and have swapped out speakers for wireless headphones. So you can expect nothing but a fully-immersive experience!

The cinema’s curated selection of films are available all year round, with some films being switched out occasionally.

Cost: Free (unless stated otherwise)
Event period: Permanent
Opening hours: 10AM – 7PM
Address: ArtScience Museum, Level 4, 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974

13) Klook’s Singapore Multi Attractions Pass — Bundle Savings

Minions - Universal Studios Singapore

Save on Singapore attractions with Klook’s Singapore Multi-Attraction Pass bundle where you can access up to five attractions at discounted prices.

Some of these places include Universal Studios Singapore, Gardens by the Bay, and SkyHelix Sentosa. What’s more, it’s an open-dated ticket which is valid for 30 days — giving you the flexibility to choose where and when you need a vacation!

*Note: Wings of Time, Singapore Cable Car and Singapore Flyer will be temporarily closed on specific dates. Do check online before going.

Cost: From ~S$55/adult for two attractions

14) Largest Australian Aboriginal Art Exhibition in Singapore — Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia

Ever Present First Peoples Art of Australia National Gallery Singapore - New things to do in Singapore July 2022

Photo credit: National Gallery Singapore

National Gallery Singapore has brought Australian aboriginal art to Singapore so we can all experience the rich heritage and culture of Australia without hopping on a flight. 

Titled “Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia”, this exhibition comprises art pieces created by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island peoples of Australia. Exhibit goers can learn more about how the First Peoples of Australia passed down traditions through the medium of art. 

Ever Present First Peoples Art of Australia Exhibition - New things to do in Singapore July 2022

Photo credit: National Gallery Singapore

The exhibition features works dating as far back as the 1890s until the present. And the art pieces are in the forms of paintings, sculptures, video installations, and contemporary art. With more than 170 works from 150 artists, it is the largest exhibition of its kind to travel to Asia. 

Cost: Free
Exhibition period: Until 25 Sep 2022 
Opening hours: 10AM – 7PM
Address: The Singtel Special Exhibition Gallery, Level 3, City Hall Wing, National Gallery Singapore

15) Batik Kita: Dressing in Port Cities exhibition in Asian Civilisation Museum

Batik Kita Dressing in Port Cities Asian Civilisation Museum - New things to do in Singapore July 2022

Photo credit: National Heritage Board

Batik, a cloth dyeing technique, is no stranger to Southeast Asians. To celebrate the shared Southeast Asian culture of batik and batik making, the Asian Civilisation Museum is hosting a special exhibition displaying more than 100 pieces of batik.

The Batik Kita exhibition explores the rich history of batik and batik making across cultures, and how batik is not just a fashion statement but also part of the shared Southeast Asian identity. 

Cost: Free
Exhibition period:
Until 2 Oct 2022
Opening hours: 10AM – 7PM
Address: Asian Civilisation Museum 

Interactive Gallery showing TV static screen of Tampines at Changi Airport Changi Precinct - New things to do in Singapore July 2022

Photo credit: Changi Airport Group

Ever heard of “east side, best side”? Well, the easties sure aren’t bluffing when they say the east side has everything and more. And to showcase the iconic everyday things in the east that locals often overlook, Changi Airport has put up a Hello, Changi Precinct pop-up gallery. Some familiar sights you’ll find include the iconic TV test screen on HDB blocks in Tampines, and a bumboat that visitors would take to Pulau Ubin.

Interactive Gallery showing Pulau Ubin at Changi Airport Changi Precinct - New things to do in Singapore July 2022

Photo credit: Changi Airport Group

Changi Precinct consists of the areas in and around Changi Airport and Jewel, including Pulau Ubin, Pasir Ris, Tampines, Bedok, and East Coast Park.

Visitors to the Changi Precinct gallery can also receive a $12 Changi Eats promo code voucher when they snap photos and upload them onto their social media with the tag #ChangiPrecinct.

Gallery period: Until 23 Oct 2022
Opening hours: 10AM – 9:30PM
Address: Terminal 3 Departure Hall, Changi Airport

17) Off/On: Everyday Technology That Changed Our Lives

National Museum Off-On- Everyday Technology That Changed Our Lives - Things to do in June 2022-2

The past few decades saw rapid transformation, from industrialisation to technological advancement. Objects that were once revolutionary such as the typewriter, coin payphone, and pager came and went, but definitely left an indelible mark on people’s lives.

From 10 June, National Museum is holding a new showcase that explores how everyday technological tools changed and shaped the lives of Singaporeans from the 1970s to the 2000s.

National Museum Off-On- Everyday Technology That Changed Our Lives - Things to do in June 2022

Artefacts on display include objects donated by the public as part of the Collecting Contemporary Singapore initiative that started during Covid-19. The National Museum of Singapore is still expanding its contemporary collection and looking for the public to contribute gadgets from the 2000s.

Cost: Free
Event period: 10 Jun – 30 Oct 2022
Opening hours: 10AM – 7PM
Address: Exhibition Gallery, National Museum. 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897

18) Fairmont x Razer Gaming Suites — Game in Ultimate Luxury and Comfort

Razer Gaming Suite at Fairmont Singapore - Things to do in Singapore June 2022

Photo credit: Fairmont Singapore

Exciting news for all gamers! Fairmont Singapore has transformed three of its luxury suites into Razer Gaming Suites decked with Razer’s peripherals.

The three rooms are Razer Gamer & Streaming Suite, Razer Console Lounge, and Razer Mercury Suite. Each comes with a set of computer, XBOX and PS5 games as such Fortnite, Dota2, League of Legends, Overwatch, Fifa 21, and PUBG Battlegrounds, to name a few.

Fairmont Singapore Razer Gaming Suite - Things to do in Singapore June 2022

Photo credit: Fairmont Singapore

Be it a social gathering or birthday celebration, gamers can book the Razer Gaming Suites and enjoy privileges such as 10% off overnight stays at Fairmont Singapore, 10% off dining at select restaurants, in-room dining, and discounts to spa facilities.

*Pro-tip: Accor Plus members can further enjoy 10% off the Gaming Suite packages upon presentation of Accor Plus membership on arrival. 

Cost: Varies per room
Book by: 31 Aug 2022, for stays till 31 Dec 2022
Opening hours: 9AM – 11PM
Address: Fairmont Singapore. 80 Bras Basah Rd, Singapore 189560

We Live in an Ocean of Air New VR Gallery at ArtScience Museum - Things to do in Singapore June 2022

Photo credit: Marina Bay Sands

ArtScience Museum welcomed a new VR gallery on 28 May, titled We Live in an Ocean of Air. The multi-sensory immersive installation is a 12-minute-long VR experience where visitors get to visualise the movement of breath, simulating worlds beyond the limits of human perceptions. 

Visitors will wear state-of-the-art technology such as breath sensors and heart rate monitors for this VR experience.

Cost: S$19/pax
Opening hours: 10AM – 7PM
Event period: Until 2 Oct 2022
Address: ArtScience Museum. 6 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018974

20) Chinatown Walking Tour Led by Ex-Triad Leaders

Triad Trail Chinatown Tour - New things to do in singapore 2022

Photo credit: Triad Trails

For those who are looking for a unique tour experience in Singapore, how about a walking tour led by an ex-gang member?

Uncovering the underbelly of Singapore’s past dark secrets of gangs, drugs and crimes, Triad Trails is a 2.5h walking tour around Chinatown guided by an ex-offender. Participants can also get to have an up-close and personal dining experience with their tour leader.

Cost: S$80/pax

21) Free Travelling Exhibition about Founders’ Memorial Coming to You at Malls

Founders Memorial travelling exhibition at Gardens by the Bay - Things to do in Singapore May 2022

The Founders’ Memorial at Gardens by the Bay last month. Photo credit: National Heritage Board

The next time you’re at i12 Katong this month, keep a lookout for the travelling exhibition — Share Your Story, Shape Our Memorial. The exhibition is part of the Founders’ Memorial that’s slated to open in 2027. 

Founders Memorial travelling exhibition at Gardens by the Bay - Things to do in Singapore May 2022-2

The Founders’ Memorial at Gardens by the Bay last month. Photo credit: National Heritage Board

There are two parts to the exhibition — the first introduces the Founders’ Memorial, and shares design and architectural plans within the Bay East Garden. The second part includes the ongoing call for members of the public to contribute objects and/or stories that can tell the story of Singapore’s history from the 1950s to ’70s.

There will also be some examples of objects and stories can you may contribute to the Founders’ Memorial.

Address: i12 Katong, and later at Plaza Singapura
Exhibition period: Until Feb 2023 (view full travelling schedule)

22) Sentosa’s #1 Night Show Wings of Time — Meal package at S$18 only

Wings of Time Sentosa reopens 18 May 2022 - Things to do in Singapore May 2022

Photo credit: Mount Faber Leisure Group

After two years of closure, Sentosa’s greatest night show Wings of Time is back. The new multi-sensory night show is enhanced with upgraded pyrotechnics effects and is more immersive with even closer seats to the main stage.

Wings of Time is a 20-minute long outdoor night show at Siloso Beach, and shows the story of a magical adventure between a prehistoric bird and his friends.

Tickets go for S$16.20 online, or S$18 for a value package that includes a set meal (u.p. S$29.90). The meal comes with a main (either Asian delight or Burger combo), a dessert and a beverage.

Cost: from S$16.20
Showtimes: 7:30PM (weekdays), 7:30PM and 8:30PM (weekends, eve of PH and PH)
Address: Wings of Time Theatre, Siloso Beach, Sentosa

23) 20% off ferry tickets to the Southern Islands for the TTI community

2 people going into the sea with pet dog - Southern Islands

If you’ve not given the Southern Islands a visit, here’s your chance to do so with 20% OFF your ferry tickets, valid until 31st December 2022. The promotion is exclusive to readers and subscribers of The Travel Intern with the code <TTI>

Check out the ferry schedule here

Cost: From $15/ pax (bef discount)
Promotion period: Till 31 Dec 2022

Read more: Singapore Southern Islands Guide — Island Hopping Around Lazarus, St John’s, Kusu and Sisters’ Island

24) Scentopia at Sentosa – Singapore’s First AR Perfume-making Experience

Scentopia personalised perfume making experience - Things to do in Singapore April 2022

Photo credit: Scentopia Singapore

A new attraction at Sentosa combining Augmented Reality (AR) has arrived in Sentosa, showcasing the island’s history as an important point along the spice route to the garden city it is today. 

Visitors can learn more through the Augmented & Scented Exhibits at Scentopia with the use of their smartphones, and take part in free guided tours happening at hourly intervals.  

Scentopia perfume making workshop - Things to do in Singapore April 2022

Photo credit: Scentopia Singapore

You can even design and create your own personalised fragrance at the perfume-making workshop with over 6000 scent wands available at Scentopia.

Costs: From S$95/pax
Opening hours: 11AM – 7PM 
Address: 36 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore

25) Bikecation at Mandarin Oriental

Mandarin Oriental Bikecation - Things to do in Singapore April 2022

Photo credit: @chloetwl via Instagram

Mandarin Oriental is offering a different staycation experience — a bikecation with two specially-curated cycling routes for guests. Explore the hotel’s vicinity on two-wheels and bond over adventurous journeys, creating unforgettable moments along the way!

The bikecation also includes daily breakfast for two, complimentary bicycles for four hours each day, free healthy snacks to go, and more!

Cost: From S$399/night
Promo period: Until 31 Aug 2022

26) New Extension at Gardens by the Bay —  Recreational Spaces and a Pet-friendly Cafe 

Newly Opened Active Garden at Gardens by the Bay - Things to do in Singapore April 2022

Photo credit: Gardens by the Bay

Despite her size, Singapore has a good number of green spaces for people to spend some leisure time or to catch a quick breather within nature. And good news, Gardens by the Bay has a newly opened extension called the Active Garden that’s designed to bring people of all ages and walks of life together. 

Some features of the Active Garden include an outdoor fitness gym, a musical playground, communal gardening space, the Waterfront Plaza al fresco event venue, two new garden lawns, a sensory trail, and a pet-friendly cafe

27) Climb the Clock Tower of Victoria Concert Hall and Victoria Theatre

Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall - Clock Tower - Singapore Deals and Attractions in January 2022

Photo credit: Art House Limited

There are several places in Singapore you can climb for that panoramic view of the city skyline, but this is one you’ve likely not tried before. 

First opened exclusively to hotel guests who bought a S$528 staycation package in 2020, Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall’s 54-metre-tall Clock Tower now has public guided tours!

Victoria Concert Hall Victoria Theatre Clock Tower climb - Things to do in Singapore April 2022

The 60-minute tour includes access to the Clock Tower, Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall, plus the Heritage Gallery. 

Cost: S$30/pax
Venue: Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall, 9 Empress Place, Singapore 179556

28) New Trickeye @ South Side Opens on Sentosa + Free Cable Car Ride

Trickeye @ Southside Sentosa - Things to do in Singapore February 2022

Photo credit: Sentosa

Trickeye Museum at Resorts World Sentosa has relocated to Southside Interim Market in Sentosa, bringing you new and familiar optical illusion exhibits that are loved by people of all ages. At Trickeye @ Southside, visitors can also experience even more fun with the Augmented Reality App at the AR Trickeye Zones. 

That’s not all, visitors can also enjoy a free cable car ride on the Sentosa Line with the purchase of admission tickets to Trickeye @ Southside. 

Cost: From $32/pax
Opening hours: 10AM – 6PM (Thu – Mon)
Address: Southside Interim Market, 80 Siloso Road, #01-04 Block B, Singapore 098969

29) New Escape Game: Escape from St. John’s Island

Escape from St John's Island by Tribe - Things to do in Singapore February 2022

Explore one of Singapore’s Southern islands in an all-new thrilling escape game by award-winning tour operator Tribe.

In Escape from St. John’s Island, players race against time to find a cure in a world struggling during a new pandemic. Only Sentosa and St John’s Island remain unaffected and you are tasked to obtain missing journal pages to solve this mystery.

Solving clues for Escape from St John's Island by Tribe - Things to do in Singapore February 2022

With a time limit of four hours and a team of up to five members, it’ll be an exhilarating experience to share with your friends and family while you wreck your brains at this large-scale escape room. The tour includes a two-way ferry ride and a guide so you don’t have to worry about getting lost!

*Pro-tip: Bring along food and water as there are no resources on the island

Cost: S$400/group
Tour timing: 9AM – 2:30PM (every Sat)
Meeting place:
Marina South Pier, 31 Marina Coastal Dr, S018988 (Tour ends at either Marina South Pier or Sentosa Cove)

29) First ATV Adventure Park in Singapore for ages 4 and above

Mud Krank ATV in Kranji - Things to do in Singapore February 2022

Photo credit: Mud Krank via Instagram

If you’re an adrenaline junkie craving an off-roading outdoor adventure, Kranji has just what you’re wanting. Mud Krank is an all-new ATV (all-terrain vehicle) trail riding facility that’s available for anyone above the age of four.

Mud Krank ATV in Kranji for kids - Things to do in Singapore February 2022

Photo credit: Mud Krank via Instagram

Perfect for families or a group of friends (up to five), Mud Krank allows participants to race through sand and mud on four wheels in an open yet safe environment. Each session lasts from 15 to 20 minutes and is an all-weather event.

Cost: From S$20/child and S$35/adult
Operating hours: 2PM – 6:45PM (Child); 8PM – 10PM (Adult), closed on Mon
Address: 10 Neo Tiew Lane 2 Gallop Kranji Farm Resort, Farm H, Singapore 718813

30) Spend a Night in a Container Hotel at Haw Par Villa

Singapore Container Hotel Haw Par Villa - Singapore Deals and Attractions in January 2022

Photo credit: Shipping Container Hotel

The Container Hub (previously known as Shipping Container Hotel) has moved its pop-up hotel to Haw Par Villa, providing one more option to folks looking for an extraordinary staycation experience in Singapore. 

Far from a hellish experience, the rooms come fully equipped with a functioning kitchen complete with a built-in induction hood and hob, fridge, microwave oven, washing machine, TV, dining table, sofa, and two Queen size beds. 

Hotel guests can also request an electric BBQ table grill with a S$20 top-up.

Interior of Singapore Container Hotel Haw Par Villa - Singapore Deals and Attractions in January 2022

Photo credit: Shipping Container Hotel

A stay at The Container Hub at Haw Par Villa would definitely check off multiple entries on the bucket list — having a one-of-a-kind staycation, staying over at a haunted theme park, and living out of a recycled shipping container. 

Hotel guests are also entitled to a 50% discount off ticket prices to Haw Par Villa’s newest attraction, Hell’s Museum (U.P. S$18).

Cost: From S$250/night (up to five guests per room)

31) Revolving Gondola SkyHelix Sentosa

On the Skyhelix Sentosa during sunset golden hours - Things to do in Singapore December 2021

Singapore’s highest open-air panoramic ride, the SkyHelix Sentosa, slowly spirals upwards to a height of 35 metres, bringing riders spectacular and unobstructed views of Sentosa and the Southern Islands.

Skyhelix Sentosa cocktails - Things to do in Singapore December 2021

Don’t miss the specially concocted cocktails at the snacks bars, available with other light refreshments that you can purchase and bring up while enjoying your 12-minute long ride.

Skyhelix Sentosa - Things to do in Singapore December 2021

Cost: S$18/pax
Location: Imbiah Lookout Station, Sentosa

32) Lee Kong Chian Museum  New Parasite Exhibit 

Parasite exhibition Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum - November things to do in Singapore

Photo Credit: Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

One of the most underrated museums in Singapore, Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum has launched a new temporary exhibition — Body Snatchers: Nature’s Zombies and Vampires.

The exhibition explores the terrifying world of parasites while educating museum-goers about parasites and how they play a part in the ecosystem.

Some of the parasites on display include tapeworms and cymothoid crustaceans, the latter is a parasite found in fishes that fully replaces its host’s tongue 😱

The Body Snatchers exhibition is expected to run until the end of October 2022.

Cost: S$16/adult
Opening hours: 10AM – 6PM (Tue–Sun)
Location: National University of Singapore, 2 Conservatory Drive, Singapore 117377

Looking for new things to do in Singapore?

Chinatown Street Art with tourists - Best Things to do in Singapore

Rediscovering Singapore never ends, especially when there’re always new things popping up at every corner of the island. Whether it’s sailing to offshore islands like Pulau Ubin or stepping out of your comfort zone for epic experiences, there’ll always be parts of our little island to (re)discover!

In the meantime, stay inspired by bingeing on travel books and shows, enjoying awesome virtual tours, and picking up Lightroom skills to give your travel photos new life!

Still bored? Here are more cool stuff to check out in Singapore:

– Places to eat in Singapore: 12 Unique Restaurants in Singapore Even Non-Foodies Will Find Impressive
– Unique staycations to book: 16 Underrated Hotels to Spend Your S$100 SingapoRediscovers Vouchers
– New things to do: 15 Things to Do in Singapore for Outdoor-Loving Singaporeans

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