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5 Fun Things To Do in October in Singapore

September 30, 2019

Have you gotten your tickets ready? Are you still doubting whether you should click the “buy now”? You won’t doubt anymore when you hear that there is Halloween Horror Nights and Bubble Tea Factory on this coming October!

Halloween Horror Nights

27 Sep – 31 October at Universal Studios Singapore, ResortsWorld Sentosa

Ticket: S$53 – S$258

How to get there: Take the North-East Line MRT (Purple Line) or Circle Line MRT (Yellow Line), stop at Harbourfront Station. From there, take the Sentosa Express or Bus RWS8.

Just by hearing its name, you know what is waiting for you in Singapore this month. Universal Studios is back with its annual event and they are introducing “The Chalet Hauntings” to celebrate the 9thyear of this event. In this haunted house, get ready to be scared by Southeast Asia ghosts such as tuyul, galah ghost, pocong, and the female ghost with a hole on her back that is known as shant. Other than the houses, there is also Curse of The Naga, another haunted house that is created by Thailand horror film directors, Shutter and 4bia.

This room will combine illusion animation and special effects to make your heart uneasy and sweat but also activate all your senses to its maximum level. Test yourself how big your bravery is by coming here!

Rhododendron Radiance 2019

27 Sep – 28 October at Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay

Ticket: S$10.80 (kids), S$18.00 (adult)

How to get there: take the MRT and stop at Bayfront MRT Station (CE1/DT16), take exit B and follow the underground linkway. Stop at Tanjong Pagar MST Station (EW15), take exit C and walk towards a bus stop at International Plaza, Anson Road and then take bus number 400 to stop at bus stop number 03371

This is one of the instagrammable spot in Singapore that will turn your Instagram page even more extravagant. Introduced for the first time at Gardens by the Bay, rhododendrons is a grove that can easily grab your attention because of its beautiful shape and various colours. White, yellow, orange and red are some of the most beautiful ones. Can you imagine how beautiful it is now?

There is a 15 minutes free tour that will explain to you about fun facts about the flowers. He rule to get this tour bus is that whoever comes first will get on ride first as it will start when a minimum of 5 people are coming.

The Disney: Magic Animation

26 October – March 2020 at ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands

Ticket: S$14 (children) , S$19 (adult)

How to get there: Take the MRT and stop at Bayfront, Promenade or Marina Bay station and walk towards Marina Bay Sands

This is the first time this exhibition comes to Southeast Asia to showcase over 500 arts including the original sketch of Walt Disney Animation Research Library.

Will there be exhibitions on the original Disney characters such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)? Definitely! You will also find Lion King, Frozen 2, Zootopia and Moana here so don’t forget to bring your family and friends along here!

Japan Food Matsuri

3 – 20 October at Takashimaya Square, B2

Ticket: Free

How to get there: Take the MRT and stop at Orchard Station towards Exit D

In this second year of Japan Food Matsuri, they will bring you new culinary starting from food, drinks to snack. You have to try their Ichiran Ramen that is now globalised and has outlets in New York, Taiwan and Hong Kong.

Ichiran, originated from Fukuoka, will hold its first pop-up booth here. With S$12 per bowl, this “New York Limited” instant ramen will be accompanied with leek, kikurage (mushroom) and other trusted spices. Hurry up and try it because there is a limit of 700 portion per day. The instant noodle itself can be purchased at S$35 per box and there are 200 stocks daily. Other than the options mentioned above, you can also consider having 175 Degrees Deno Ramen that is know as tantan men dry noodles (S$15), spicy miso (S$14) from Yoshinoya.

Are you craving for something sweet? Find yourself facing many different options of delicious dessert from Little Juice Bar (from Hokkaido) and snacks sucha s Bake x Zaku zaku that partener together to created match cheese tart (S$3.90)

The Bubble Tea factory

19 October – 18 December at *SCAPE

How to get there: Take the MRT and stop at Somerset MRT Station Exit B

The Bubble Tea Factory is a 7,000 feet square exhibition that will include 10 multi sensor installation. All your senses is promised to be affected be it your eyes, ears and feelings. It’s very Instagram-worthy.

For instance, Blue Carol Utapioca will have giant boba trees in which you can relax under them (while drinking your favourite boba tea). Next, The Pearl Pit has taro pearl that you can play with and even bubble tea infusion. Though there is no official release on what brands will be working together here, you can be assured this is the heaven of boba. Every ticket is for one time entry, one glass of BBT and Boba Booster Pack. Nsidet the Boba Booster Pack, you will find collectable cards that are worth collected.

Okay, SGB_Family, are you ready for all these exciting events?

Click here to find out more about Singapore by reading our digital magazine.

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Have you gotten your tickets ready? Are you still doubting whether you should click the “buy now”? You won’t doubt anymore when you hear that there is Halloween Horror Nights and Bubble Tea Factory on this coming October!

Halloween Horror Nights

27 Sep – 31 October at Universal Studios Singapore, ResortsWorld Sentosa

Ticket: S$53 – S$258

How to get there: Take the North-East Line MRT (Purple Line) or Circle Line MRT (Yellow Line), stop at Harbourfront Station. From there, take the Sentosa Express or Bus RWS8.

Just by hearing its name, you know what is waiting for you in Singapore this month. Universal Studios is back with its annual event and they are introducing “The Chalet Hauntings” to celebrate the 9thyear of this event. In this haunted house, get ready to be scared by Southeast Asia ghosts such as tuyul, galah ghost, pocong, and the female ghost with a hole on her back that is known as shant. Other than the houses, there is also Curse of The Naga, another haunted house that is created by Thailand horror film directors, Shutter and 4bia.

This room will combine illusion animation and special effects to make your heart uneasy and sweat but also activate all your senses to its maximum level. Test yourself how big your bravery is by coming here!

Rhododendron Radiance 2019

27 Sep – 28 October at Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay

Ticket: S$10.80 (kids), S$18.00 (adult)

How to get there: take the MRT and stop at Bayfront MRT Station (CE1/DT16), take exit B and follow the underground linkway. Stop at Tanjong Pagar MST Station (EW15), take exit C and walk towards a bus stop at International Plaza, Anson Road and then take bus number 400 to stop at bus stop number 03371

This is one of the instagrammable spot in Singapore that will turn your Instagram page even more extravagant. Introduced for the first time at Gardens by the Bay, rhododendrons is a grove that can easily grab your attention because of its beautiful shape and various colours. White, yellow, orange and red are some of the most beautiful ones. Can you imagine how beautiful it is now?

There is a 15 minutes free tour that will explain to you about fun facts about the flowers. He rule to get this tour bus is that whoever comes first will get on ride first as it will start when a minimum of 5 people are coming.

The Disney: Magic Animation

26 October – March 2020 at ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands

Ticket: S$14 (children) , S$19 (adult)

How to get there: Take the MRT and stop at Bayfront, Promenade or Marina Bay station and walk towards Marina Bay Sands

This is the first time this exhibition comes to Southeast Asia to showcase over 500 arts including the original sketch of Walt Disney Animation Research Library.

Will there be exhibitions on the original Disney characters such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)? Definitely! You will also find Lion King, Frozen 2, Zootopia and Moana here so don’t forget to bring your family and friends along here!

Japan Food Matsuri

3 – 20 October at Takashimaya Square, B2

Ticket: Free

How to get there: Take the MRT and stop at Orchard Station towards Exit D

In this second year of Japan Food Matsuri, they will bring you new culinary starting from food, drinks to snack. You have to try their Ichiran Ramen that is now globalised and has outlets in New York, Taiwan and Hong Kong.

Ichiran, originated from Fukuoka, will hold its first pop-up booth here. With S$12 per bowl, this “New York Limited” instant ramen will be accompanied with leek, kikurage (mushroom) and other trusted spices. Hurry up and try it because there is a limit of 700 portion per day. The instant noodle itself can be purchased at S$35 per box and there are 200 stocks daily. Other than the options mentioned above, you can also consider having 175 Degrees Deno Ramen that is know as tantan men dry noodles (S$15), spicy miso (S$14) from Yoshinoya.

Are you craving for something sweet? Find yourself facing many different options of delicious dessert from Little Juice Bar (from Hokkaido) and snacks sucha s Bake x Zaku zaku that partener together to created match cheese tart (S$3.90)

The Bubble Tea factory

19 October – 18 December at *SCAPE

How to get there: Take the MRT and stop at Somerset MRT Station Exit B

The Bubble Tea Factory is a 7,000 feet square exhibition that will include 10 multi sensor installation. All your senses is promised to be affected be it your eyes, ears and feelings. It’s very Instagram-worthy.

For instance, Blue Carol Utapioca will have giant boba trees in which you can relax under them (while drinking your favourite boba tea). Next, The Pearl Pit has taro pearl that you can play with and even bubble tea infusion. Though there is no official release on what brands will be working together here, you can be assured this is the heaven of boba. Every ticket is for one time entry, one glass of BBT and Boba Booster Pack. Nsidet the Boba Booster Pack, you will find collectable cards that are worth collected.

Okay, SGB_Family, are you ready for all these exciting events?

Click here to find out more about Singapore by reading our digital magazine.

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