Don’t let the rain dampen your mood for finding out new and fun things to do in Singapore this March!

Travel is finally back in full swing but while you’re in Singapore — awaiting your next adventure — here are some fun experiences right here in Singapore to check out this month!

Here’s what you can look forward to this March 2023:

What’s New in Singapore

1) Sakura at Gardens by the Bay — 11 Mar to 9 Apr

Gardens by the Bay cherry blossom - Things to do in Singapore March 2023

Photo credit: Gardens by the Bay

Our favourite sakura season is back at Gardens by the Bay!🌸 This year’s sakura floral display in Flower Dome is inspired by the theme of train travel, resembling a scenic train journey across the most beautiful spots of Japan.

Gardens by the Bay sakura - Things to do in Singapore March 2023

Photo credit: Gardens by the Bay

And to fully emulate the hanami (sakura viewing) experience, there is also a lineup of Japanese-themed activities such as ikebana workshops, a live chado demonstration, and cultural performances on select dates.

Gardens by the Bay sakura pikachu special appearance - Things to do in Singapore March 2023

Photo credit: Gardens by the Bay

If you’re a Pokémon lover, Pikachu will also be making a special appearance at Flower Dome on 18 and 19 March for a meet-and-greet session!

Cost: S$12/pax
Event period: 11 Mar – 9 Apr 2023
Opening hours: 9AM – 9PM
Address: Flower Dome, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953

2) 29Rooms: Lost & Found

29Rooms floating cows - Things to do in Singapore in March 2023

Photo credit: 29Rooms

Here’s an exhibition that’s made specially for the ‘gram 📸 — 29Rooms is the newest experiential and interactive space in Gardens by the Bay.

29Rooms workshop - Things to do in Singapore in March 2023

Photo credit: 29Rooms

Visitors can explore 29 different rooms of varied themes, they’ve probably dreamt of being in, but have never experienced before. 

From workshops to sleepzones and even a fully licenced cafe, immerse yourself in the colourful, aesthetic, trippy and whimsical rooms while snapping up dozens of shots! 

Entrance fee: From S$35/pax
Opening hours: Wed-Fri 4PM – 10PM (Wed – Fri), 12PM  – 10PM (Sat – Sun). Closed from Mon – Tue
Event period: Until 26 Mar 2023 
Address: Gardens By The Bay – West Lawn 

3) Kulnari — Singapore’s first-ever mystery mini golf course

Kulnari Mystery Golf - Things to do in Singapore in March 2023

Photo credit: Kulnari Mystery Golf

Putt your thinking (and swinging) caps on and solve a case at Kulnari — Singapore’s first mystery minigolf!

Man playing mini golf

Photo credit: @chaptersofescapism via Instagram

Set in 1920s Boat Quay, gameplayers will travel back in time to solve a murder mystery. 

Unlike typical escape rooms where players mostly only work their brains, Kulnari requires players to also work arms and aim, uncovering clues as they score hole-in-one on the 18-hole minigolf course.  

Entrance fee: From S$25/pax
Opening hours: 12PM – 10:30PM (weekdays), 10:30AM – 10:30PM (Weekends)
Address: 51 Circular Road, Singapore 049406

4) Songkran Music Festival at Wild Wild Wet S’pore on 14 – 15 April

Songkran Music Festival at Wild Wild Wet - Things to do in Singapore in March 2023-5

Photo credit: @downtowneast via Instagram

The last Songkran Music Festival was held way back in 2019, so you can expect a bigger and more exciting fest this year at Wild Wild Wet — with lots of music, rides and splashes!

The festival will feature both regional and international DJs, such as Dutch DJ Headhunterz, Malaysian DJ Amber Na, and DJ Ada & MC Nikii from China. Local jocks joining the fest include Inquisitive, Dash, Sakura, Sforla, JOERU and Q Doll.

Wild Wild Wet Songkran Festival - Things to do in Singapore April 2022

Besides water jet and light displays, there’ll also be food and bar stalls for you to fill your tums tums while partying. 

Festival tickets start from S$58 (early bird pricing!), which includes access to same-day entry to Wild Wild Wet rides from 2PM – 5PM and a Singha beer. 

*Note: Guests must be 18 years old and above to attend this festival.

Entrance fee: From S$58
Event period: 14 – 15 April 2023
Address: Wild Wild Wet, Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Singapore 519599

5) Last month of free admission into Sentosa — ends 31 March 2023 

Sentosa Express - Things to do in Singapore March 2023

Photo credit: Klook

Since the pandemic, we’ve had free admission to Sentosa for almost three years! But sadly, that’ll be ending soon on 31 March 2023.

Bungy at AJ Hackett Sentosa

So do make use of the free admission into Sentosa during the month of March to visit your favourite attractions, such as Universal Studios Singapore, S.E.A. Aquarium, AJ Hackett, Madame Tussauds Singapore, as well as Palawan and Siloso beaches.

*Note: Starting 1 April 2023, admission fees into Sentosa will be as follow: 
– Sentosa Express — from S$4/pax (free for children under 3 years old)
– Cars driving in via all gantries at the Sentosa Gateway — S$2/vehicle

6) Changi Airport opens rock-climbing and bouldering facility at T3

Climbing with supervisor at Climb@T3 - Things to do in Singapore Mar 2023

Photo credit: [email protected]

Changi Airport has, for a while, been more than just an airport. And from 3 March, its directory board saw a new entry — [email protected], a rock-climbing and bouldering facility.

Featuring an 8m-tall High wall and a 12.5m-long Bouldering Wall, [email protected] is not only for climb enthusiasts but also welcomes people without prior experience to try their hands, and feet, on rock climbing. There are guided hour-long sessions for participants who are less confident and would require safety supervision from the instructors. There’s even a Rock Tots session for children as young as two!

Climb@T3 - Things to do in Singapore March 2023

Photo credit: [email protected]

If you have experience with rock walls and would prefer unguided climbs, there are also free & easy sessions on both the boulder and high walls. Children up to the age of 12 will need to have a supervising adult.

Cost: S$15/2-hour Climb and Play (Unguided) session, S$25/1-hour Climb and Play (Guided) session, and S$30/1-hour Rock Tots session. Registration required.
Opening hours: 12PM – 9:30PM (Mon – Fri), 10AM – 9:30PM (weekends & PH)
Location: Changi Airport Terminal 3, #B3-01/02. Next to [email protected]

7) Kampong Gelam Ramadan bazaar back from 15 Mar to 16 Apr

Sultan Mosque in Kampong Glam - Singapore Travel Guide

The annual Ramadan bazaar at Kampong Gelam is back from 15 March this year with more than 100 F&B and retail stalls. The month-long event is Kampong Gelam’s largest one yet and besides the food bazaar, there’ll also be light shows, drone displays and live music performances.

Sultan Mosque Kampong Gelam night light projection - Things to do in Singapore March 2023

Photo credit: visitkamponggelam via Instagram

On 1 April, there will also be a Mass Iftar, the fast-breaking evening meal of Muslims in Ramadan, along Arab Street. The Mass Iftar is open to people of all races and religions, though registration is required. The Mass Iftar will take place from 5:30PM to 9:30PM.

Carparks and roads along the vicinity of Kampong Gelam will also be closed for the event, so you’re advised to take public transport if visiting.

Event dates: From 15 Mar – 16 Apr 2023
Opening hours: 12PM – 11PM
Location: Kampong Gelam

Ongoing Events & Deals in Singapore

8) Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience 

Vsn Gogh Wheat Field with Crows

Art lovers would want to bookmark this — Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is heading to Singapore for the first time!

The 360° multi-sensorial exhibition will combine both art and virtual reality (VR) in showcasing over 300 artworks by well-known Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh, such as the famed Starry Night and Sunflower.

Girl sitting on chair and looking at Van Gogh's art - Things to do in Singapore March 2023

For something a little more unique, you can even take a VR tour to sneak a peek into  “A Day in the Life of the Artist” and find out the inspirations behind his iconic works.

Entrance fee: S$24/adult (early bird tickets on sale at 4PM on 19 Jan)
Exhibition date: From 1 Mar 2023
Opening hours: Varies
Address: Sentosa Gateway, B1 Forum, Singapore 098269

9) Chatuchak Night Market returns to Singapore on 7 Feb

Girl standing in front of Chatuchak Singapore's entrance

Can’t travel to Bangkok just yet? Let Bangkok come to you as Chatuchak Night Market is back in Singapore!

Taking place at The Grandstand from 7 February to 2 April 2023, the night market will feature 180 stalls — 60 of which are operated by Thai vendors.

Iced Teh Tarik from a Drink stall at Chatuchak Singapore

Look forward to authentic Thai dishes like Thai kway chap and cha chak (Thai tea) by Thai vendors from different provinces such as Lopburi and Satun.

Thai snacks from Chatuchak Singapore

Event period: 7 Feb – 2 Apr 2023
Opening hours: 4PM – 10PM (closed on Mon)
How to get there: Free shuttle bus services at Sixth Avenue and Botanic Gardens MRT
Address: The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road

10) Gardens By The Bay — 1-For-1 Flower Dome tickets

Gardens by the bay flower dome - Things to do in Singapore Jan - Feb 2023

Photo credit: Gardens by the Bay

The season of blooming is here again. Some would say that spring is best spent chasing cherry blossoms in Japan, but if that sounds too extravagant an activity for you, how about a visit to Gardens by the Bay‘s Flower Dome?

Spring all year round, Flower Dome houses a variety of flowering plants from a range of unique habitats — from the Mediterranean region to South African savannas and arid deserts.

Right now, there’s also a 1-For-1 Flower Dome ticket promotion happening till 10 December 2023.

How it works is, you’ll receive an additional free ticket if you purchase via a PAssion-POSB or HomeTeamNS-PAssion-POSB Debit Card on the 10th day of every month. But, it’s only limited to the first 100 tickets and cardholders can only purchase up to four tickets per transaction.

*Note: The deal is only valid for Singaporean residents (Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents) and holders of a Work Permit, Employment Pass or Dependent Pass.

Cost: S$12/pax
Event period: 10 Feb – 10 Dec 2023
Opening hours: 9AM – 9PM
Address: Flower Dome, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953

11) Sneakertopia: Step Into Street Culture at ArtScience Museum

Sneakertopia at MBS - Things to do in Singapore Jan - Feb 2023

Photo credit: Marina Bay Sands

Calling all sneakerheads — Sneakertopia is landing in Singapore and making its Southeast Asia debut 👟.

First launched in Los Angeles, the interactive exhibition will feature over 100 pairs of limited edition sneakers — including Singaporean designer, Mr Sabotage’s personal collection of vintage Air Jordan Ones! 

Exhibit at Sneakertopia at MBS - Things to do in Singapore Jan - Feb 2023

Photo credit: Marina Bay Sands

Installations and works by renowned international and local artists, brands, and creatives will also be spotlighted, celebrating the cultural impact of sneakers. You just might run into your sole-mate here!

Cost: S$18/adult
Exhibition date: 25 Feb – 30 Jul 2023
Opening hours: 10AM – 7PM (Last entry 6PM)
Address: 6 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018974

12) The Peranakan Museum reopened 18 February

Facade of newly reopened Peranakan Museum - Things to do in Singapore March 2023

Photo credit: Peranakan Museum Singapore via Facebook

As the saying goes: out with the old and in with the new — the Peranakan Museum reopened on 18 February after almost four years of closure for renovation works!

The refurbished building (former Tao Nan School) now features permanent galleries with a fresh new design.

Decoration in the newly reopened Peranakan Museum - Things to do in Singapore March 2023

Photo credit: Peranakan Museum Singapore via Facebook

Look forward to nine galleries with showcases, objects, interactive displays and programmes spanning three grand themes of the Peranakan identity — “Origins”, “Home”, and “Style”. 

During the hiatus, the museum also worked closely with Peranakan communities to explore different aspects of the culture. So if you’re a Peranakan yourself, you might even find one of your family’s stories mentioned here. 

Entrance fee: S$12/pax (Free for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents)
Opening hours: 10AM – 7PM (Sat – Thu), 10AM – 9PM (Fri)
Address: 39 Armenian St, Singapore 179941

13) Marina Square’s New Indoor Playground: Barbie Zone and Hot Wheels Race Track

Marina Square indoor playground hotwheels - Things to do in Singapore Jan - Feb 2023

Photo credit: Mattel Playhouse

What happens when you put Barbie, Hot Wheels and Thomas & Friends in one room? You get Mattel Playhouse — an immersive themed play experience featuring 12 different activities and photo spots with the favourite characters.

Marina Square indoor playground - Things to do in Singapore Jan - Feb 2023

Photo credit: Mattel Playhouse

Race on a four-wheel drive or conquer a low elements obstacle course in the Hot Wheels zone. Try out different careers in gymnastics or let loose on a pretty pink bouncy castle in the Barbie zone. Or hop on a train ride with Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends to the Island of Sodor.

As Barbie aptly puts it, you can be anything you want 😉

*Note: Kids below 12 must be accompanied by an adult, and socks are required at all times.

Cost: From S$28/pax
Event period: 13 Jan – 9 Apr 2023
Opening hours: 10AM – 8:10PM (Various time slots)
Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, #03-208/209, Let’s Play, Marina Square, Singapore 039594

14) New SAFRA Clubhouse coming to Choa Chu Kang this May 2023

New Choa Chu Kang SAFRA - Things to do in Singapore Jan - Feb 2023

Photo credit: SAFRA

Something is brewing in the North West and we don’t mean Kim Kardashian’s daughter. The new SAFRA clubhouse in Choa Chu Kang is slated to open this May — another win for Westies.

The five-storey complex will be the first clubhouse to feature a futsal court, 150m sky running track and a sheltered swimming complex — great for swimming on rainy days!

Pool at Choa Chu Kang SAFRA - Things to do in Singapore Jan -Feb 2023

Photo credit: SAFRA

Sports facilities aside, SAFRA Choa Chu Kang boasts a spa, several enrichment centres and even a bar! You can come here after work to chill or have family bonding over the weekend — we suggest booking that BBQ pit before it’s gone for the year.

Opening hours: Varies
Address: 28 Choa Chu Kang Dr, Singapore 689964

15) Disney100: Experience Wonder at Jewel Changi

Disney100 - Things to do in Singapore

Celebrate Disney’s 100th anniversary at Disney100 — happening at Jewel Changi Airport from now till 9 April 2023. 

Disney100 Mickey Statue - Things to do in Singapore

Walk through a Disney100 archway, soak in the view of a 4m-tall platinum statue of Mickey Mouse, and explore exclusive Disney-themed photo-ops! 

Located in Shiseido Forest Valley and Canopy Park, these themed installations feature some of Disney’s most iconic films like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and The Lion King, plus films from Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars too.

Disney100 Lion King - Things to do in Singapore

Also look out for special photo spots with a local twist, like the red pandas in Singapore Zoo appearing in Turning Red.

Lightshow jewel changi Disney 100 - Things to do in Singapore Jan Feb 2023

Our favourite part of this was the Light & Sound Show at the HSBC Rain Vortex which had Disney characters come to life, accompanied by familiar tunes such as When You Wish Upon a Star and A Whole New World ✨

Entrance fee: Free (Separate entry fee for Canopy Park)
Event period: 16 Jan – 9 Apr 2023
HSBC Rain Vortex show timings: 7:30PM (Mon – Thu), 7:30PM and 9:30PM (Fri – Sun)
Address: Shiseido Forest Valley and Canopy Park, Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Blvd, Singapore 81966

16) Joo Choon Lin: Dance In The Destruction Dance

Dance in the Destruction Dance - Things to do in Singapore January February 2023

Photo credit: FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio

Interested in the local art scene? Come along for the Dance in the Destruction Dance exhibition. It’s this performance space and art installation which uses artworks, video and theatrical performances to show the difference between reality and appearance!

It features unique artworks from local artist Joo Choon Lin like Glue Your Eyelids Together (2017/2023), I Only Make Friends With Money (2012/2023) and Beatific Perfume (2020/2023).

pEARs _ --- ---- ---- _ in §pring - Things to do in Singapore January February 2023

Photo credit: Joo Choon Lin

The highlight though is the two-part performance named pEARs ‘ — — — ‘ in §pring (2018/2023), which will showcase how objects can even change their shape and meaning to something entirely different.

Entrance fee: Free
Opening hours: 10AM – 7PM
Event period: 3 Jan – 16 Apr 2023
Performance dates: 13 Jan 2023 (8:30PM – 9:30PM), 25 Mar 2023 (6PM – 7PM)
Address: Singapore Art Museum at Tanjong Pagar Distripark, 39 Keppel Rd, #01-02, Singapore 089065

17) Find hidden giant statues by Copenhagen artist Thomas Dambo at Sentosa

Giant Wooden Sculpture by Thomas Dambo - Things to do in Singapore January February 2023

Photo credit: Sentosa Development Corporation

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure — and this is what Copenhagen-based artist Thomas Dambo aimed to present with four giant statues purposefully hidden around Sentosa. 

Made out of 5.5 tonnes of reclaimed wood material — such as pallets and floorboards — donated by local enterprises, Dambo’s upcycled creations encourage people to rethink the value of trash. 

Photo credit: Sentosa Development Corporation

Don’t know where to start? Here’s a hint: Seach along Palawan Beach and don’t miss out on any nooks and crannies!

Cost: Free 
Exhibition period: Until 2024
Address: Along Palawan Beach, Sentosa

18) New HomeTeamNS clubhouse opens at Bedok Reservoir

Bedok Reservoir HomeTeamNS Clubhouse building - Things to do in Singapore January February 2023

Photo credit: HomeTeamNS

In the west, we have a new SAFRA clubhouse but in the east, we have… a new HomeTeamNS Clubhouse! It’s located within Bedok Reservoir Park, giving yet another reason why the east side is clearly the better side 😉

The clubhouse is packed with a range of facilities such as a water adventure centre, an indoor obstacle playground, a cross-fit gym, and an infinity pool. 

Aqua Adventure Centre Bedok Reservoir HomeTeamNS Clubhouse - Things to do in Singapore January February 2023

Photo credit: HomeTeamNS

The three-storey indoor water adventure centre houses Singapore’s longest indoor water slide at a whooping 114m long, as well as a wet obstacle-rope course and rock climbing walls!

Indoor playground Bedok Reservoir HomeTeamNS clubhouse - Things to do in Singapore January February 2023

Photo credit: HomeTeamNS

Hold fun team-bonding activities with your peers and colleagues here, or consider one of the ten well-furnished and equipped villas for your next staycation.

Cost: Varies
Opening hours: 10AM – 8PM (Mon – Thu), 9AM – 9PM (Fri – Sun)
Address: 900 Bedok North Road, Singapore 479994

19) (Tu)gether Art Exhibition at Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (Tu)gether installation - Things to do in Singapore Jan - Feb 2023

Photo credit: @singaporechineseculturalcentre via Instagram

Usher in the Lunar New Year at “兔gether or (tu)gether” — a rabbit-themed art exhibition located on the roof garden of the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre.

Working in collaboration with local artists Fiona Koh and Warren Khong, the art installation highlights Chinese New Year practices in Singapore with a cast of characters — Tu Zai (rabbit), Ong Lai (pineapple), and Nian Mei (New Year beast in Chinese mythology). 

(Tu)gether art installation - Things to do in Singapore

Photo credit: @singaporechineseculturalcentre via Instagram

Drop by on selected Saturday nights to catch a light show featuring Tu Zai as he journeys home for celebrations with his family and friends. You’ll also have a chance for a meet-and-greet photo session too!

Entrance fee: Free
Exhibition date: Until 31 Mar 2023
Light show dates: 7, 14, 28 Jan, 25 Feb, 25 Mar 2023
Opening hours: 10AM – 10PM 
Address: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre Roof Garden, 1 Straits Blvd, Singapore 018906

20) New Installations at ArtScience Museum’s Future World Exhibition & MBS’ Digital Light Canvas Show

Future World Sketch Flight Rainbow - December Deals

Photo credit: teamLab

ArtScience Museum’s Future World exhibition has recently unveiled three new permanent installations by teamLab — its most extensive refresh since its debut in 2016!

Autonomous Abstraction: Continuous Phenomena From The Universe To The Self  

Colourful Dots at Future World Autonomous - December Deals

Photo credit: teamLab

Inspired by the spontaneous order phenomenon, this artwork features colourful dots blinking in individual cycles and synchronising when near each other. But when touched, they disperse with a sound. 

Aerial Climbing Through A Flock Of Coloured Birds 

Hanging Bars at Future World Aerial Climbing - December Deals

Photo credit: teamLab

Step onto this 3D installation of colourful hanging bars and watch as they become brighter and emit a sound unique to their colour. The bars are all linked so as people navigate across them, it affects other people’s interaction with the artwork too. 

Sketch Flight

Future World Sketch Flight Exhibit - December Deals

Photo credit: teamLab

Lastly, Sketch Flight allows you to see the world from the perspective of a hawk, butterfly, or aeroplane (whichever you prefer). All you have to do is sketch it on paper and watch it come to life on the screen.

Cost: S$23/adult
Opening hours: 10AM – 5:30PM
ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974

21) Singapore’s First Children’s Museum Opens — Free Admission till 31 Mar 2023

Children Museum Singapore exhibition - Things to do in Singapore Dec 2022

Photo credit: Children’s Museum Singapore

Singapore’s first-ever museum dedicated to children of ages 12 and below has opened its doors. The Children’s Museum Singapore (CMSG) will function as a “starter museum” for young visitors to the museum-going experience.

Children can get to learn about Singapore’s heritage and culture through the hands-on interactives at the museum.

Children Museum Singapore - Things to do in Singapore Dec 2022

Photo credit: Children’s Museum Singapore

The CMSG features a permanent exhibition — A Voyage Back in Time, which spans four galleries on the ground floor. There are also three special galleries that will be refreshed regularly.

Cost: Free, until 31 Mar 2023 (Pre-booking required)
Opening hours: 9AM – 1PM & 2PM – 6PM, Tue – Sun
Address: 23-B Coleman Street, Singapore 179807

22) Avatar: The Experience at Gardens by the Bay

Girl Interacting With Banshee Avatar Crystal Mountain - Things to do at Gardens By The Bay Singapore

Garden by the Bay’s Cloud Forest has transformed into the world of Avatar — with five unique zones to fulfill your Pandoran wanderlust. 

Fly your own Banshee, create your own Avatar and catch Pandoran wildlife like Viperwolves as you explore interactive exhibitions and all its hyper-realistic models. Don’t miss the native Pandoran flora too like Vein Pods scattered around, to complete the true Avatar experience. 

Cost: S$35/adult
Opening hours: 9AM – 9PM, last admission at 8:30PM
Exhibition period: Until 31 Mar 2023
Address: Cloud forest, Gardens by the Bay

Looking for new things to do in Singapore?

Girl looking at Van Gogh Immersive Room- Things to do in Singapore Feb 2023

Singapore may just be a little red dot but there’s never a dull moment on this vibrant island! Be it exhibitions indoors or hunts for hidden gems outdoors, there’s always something for everyone to check out.

Still bored? Here are some cool Singapore content that we’ve created aside from the usual overseas travel guides and itineraries we’re used to doing 🙂

Singapore Public Holidays 2023 — How to Have 9 Long Weekends With 6 Days of Leave
10 Hidden Gems You Never Knew Existed Around Singapore Neighbourhoods
11 Lesser-Known Instagrammable Spots in Singapore at Night #ShotOniPhone

What are your favourite things to do in Singapore? Share with us in the comments!

For more travel inspiration, follow us on FacebookInstagramYouTube, and Telegram.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here