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12 Amazing Things To Do In Singapore This September 2020

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Faruq Senin  •  Sep 03, 2020

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The year has zoomed past us in a flash and it's already September 2020! With the September school holidays starting this weekend, we know you're probably looking for exciting things to do with your loved ones. Now that many attractions are having SingapoRediscovers promotions, it'll be the best time to visit them! We've rounded up these 12 amazing things to do in Singapore on weekends this September 2020, and some of them come with promotions too.
1. Zip-line your way through Mega Adventure
Price: from $41.30 (U.P. $55) Book your tickets here! Website | Facebook | Instagram P.S. Check out what else you canin Sentosa and halal food here!
2. Go racing at The Karting Arena
Looking for something out of the ordinary? Head over to The Karting Arena, Singapore's first electric go-kart track! With "superior acceleration" and multiple turns on the track, rest assured you'll get that adrenaline rush. For those of you who have kids 9 years or older, this will be the perfect activity to do with them 😊Do note that you'll need to book your slot in advance before you start racing! Price: from $30 (adult), $25 (kids) Book your slot here! Address: 200 Turf Club Rd #01-01B The Grandstand, 287994 Facebook | Instagram
3. Enjoy a discounted staycation with the family
Credit: Crowne Plaza Changi AirportSince travelling is still off the cards, it's the best time to have a staycation in Singapore and have some quality bonding time with the family. What's more, many hotels are currently having amazing promotions or bundles. If you miss travelling, you'd want to check out Crowne Plaza Changi Airport which has rooms facing Jewel Changi Airport or the runway 😍 Alternatively, you can book a stay at Fairmont or Grand Hyatt Singapore which has amazing bundles with halal breakfast! Or book a family room at Orchard Rendezvous Hotel which will be spacious for youand your loved ones.We've rounded up the best family-friendly hotels in this article!
4. Step into the world of VR with a twist
If you love virtual reality (VR) games and escape rooms, then you'd love Virtual Room! You'll be able to fully immerse yourself in this 3D cinematic experience combined with the escape room concept. You and your friends (or family!) will have your own dedicated room and you can talk to each other, walk around and collaborate with each other to solve puzzles and challenges. What a fun way to test your relationship with loved ones 😂 Plus, you can also enjoy 15% off till 31 Oct when you use the promo code TIH15! Price: from $74.80 (U.P. $88) Book your slot here! Website | Instagram
5. Bask in the Mid-Autumn Festival atmosphere at Gardens by the Bay
Credit: Gardens by the Bay on FacebookThis September, Gardens by the Bay will be back with its Mid-Autumn Festival 2020 Light-Up where the outdoor gardens will be illuminated with lantern sets. This year's event is special as there will be nearly 2000 lanterns which will be hand-painted and coloured by community groups and senior staff of the Gardens. Happening from 18 Sep - 4 Oct 2020, this will be perfect for a night out with loved ones! Visitingthe Gardens with your family?Check out our family-friendly guide! Price: Free Website | Facebook | Instagram
6. Enjoy a beach day at Lazarus, Kusu and St John's Island
Credit: Singapore Island Cruise And Ferry Services Your beach vacation plans might be cancelled this year but what if we told you that you can still get the same experience in Singapore? 🤔 Beach lovers, there's a spot that you need to add to your list - the Southern Islands Singapore! Comprising of St John's/Lazarus Island and Kusu Island, the islands are perfect to escape the bustling city life. You can also find pristine beaches with gorgeous blue seas 😍 Plan a trip to the 3 amazing islands with our all-in-one guide! Price: $15 Book your tickets here! Website | Facebook | Instagram
7. Race down Skyline Luge
Credit: Skyline Luge Sentosa on Facebook A visit to the Skyline Luge Sentosa is a thrilling activity for all ages - perfect for a family activity! The best part of the Luge is that it’s a gravity ride – meaning it’s the rider who gets to control how fast they descend 😉 Skyline Luge Sentosa is currently having a special promotionwhere you'd pay for 3 rounds of luge and skyride and get an extra round forFREE! There are even more savings if you visit in a family of 3 and more! Trust us, you can never get enough of it, so an extra round is always an awesome idea.Price: from $20 Book your tickets here! Website | Facebook | Instagram
8. Play with furry friends at a cat cafe
If you and your loved ones are cat people, then visiting a cat cafe would be an amazing activity to do together! You'll have the chance to interact with adorable felines and even feed them. Some of these cafes like The Cat Cafe are also home to rescued cats, so you'll be contributing to a good cause too. They have two outlets at The Rail Mall and Bugis. Other notable cat cafes are Neko No Niwa at Boat Quay and Meomi Cat Cafe at Kampong Glam. Most of the admission fees for the cat cafes come with free drinks and/or dessert. As none of them are halal-certified, we recommend that you dine at your own discretion.
9. Have fun at the world's first suspended indoor playground 
Credit: Airzone Airzone is one playground that's perfect for the young and the young at heart! It's the world's first suspended indoor playground located at City Square Mall! Have fun as you walk through the various elevatedthemed zones and participate in unique games. From Giant Inflatable Soccer to a 3D maze and an exhilarating slide and more, you'll definitely have loads of fun over here. And you'll get to enjoy all these while you're suspended between 2 to 5 storeys high! They are currently having a promotion: $35 Two-To-Play on Weekdays (U.P. $40, till 30 Sep 2020).Price: from $20 Book your tickets here! Website | Facebook Instagram
10. Go hiking (or cycling) at Singapore's nature trails
Singapore may not have any mountains but there are still a handful of hills you can trek and many other hiking and walking trails. With the Coast-to-Coast Park Connector system, you can even make your way across the island if you're really thinking of testing yourself!😁 From the scenic Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, MacRitchie Trail and Southern Ridges Walk to the rustic vibes of Coney Island and Pulau Ubin, there's something for everyone. We've rounded up 11 hiking and walking trails in Singapore (with halal food nearby!) so you can sweat it out then treat yourself to scrumptious food after 😊 P.S. Do note that the MacRitchie Treetop Walk is current closed for maintenance till May 2021.
11. Enjoy Jewel's Canopy Park for free!
Ever since it reopened, Jewel Changi Airport's Canopy Park hasbeen offering promotions. Their latest promotion? You can enter Canopy Park for FREE (for 2 pax) by presenting any same-day receipt from Jewel! The best part is that no minimum spend required and the offer ends on 30 September 2020. Time to take a stroll on the walking nets, explore the hedge and mirror mazes, go down the Discovery Slides, and more!Price: Free entry with same-day receipt (no min. spend) Check out other deals here! Website | Facebook | Instagram P.S. Check out our guide to Jewel Changi Airport here!
12. Have a picnic
If you just need a relaxing day with your loved ones, why not head out for a picnic at one of Singapore's parks, gardens or beaches? There's no better way to spend quality time with your loved ones than by laying down a picnic mat, some food and just chatting or playing games. All these while basking in the greenery that our garden city has to offer 😍 Check out our guide to Singapore's picnic spots here! P.S. If you're heading to Marina Barrage for a picnic, do note that the last entry is at 8PM. It might also be closed when the roof is overcrowded too. Withthese 12 activities, you can start planning what to do on your weekends in September! Time to SHARE this with your loved ones and let them know!