10 Best Things To Do In Singapore This September 2022


Syahirah Mazlan •  Sep 01, 2022

The September holidays are here! That means sleeping in more and going out to play at the many fun and exciting places this season. ?You might want to pull out your calendars to mark the dates for the exciting things to do this September in Singapore 2022 because you’re in for a treat!

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1. A Minion’s Perspective Pop-Up At Resorts World Sentosa

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Running from 3 September 2022 to 2 January 2023, there will be eight thematic zones which promises endless photo opportunities and gushing moments from you, including Gru’s lab, The Girl’s Room, and Minions Zone, with life-sized characters and interactive experiences not to be missed! ?Get behind-the-scenes view of the movies via sketches, film stills, character designs, and fan favourite quotations. 

The best part is that there are life-sized sculptures for you to take memorable pictures of your trip and interactive experiences that guarantee you’ll be entertained for a long time.

Price: From $26

Address: Resorts World Sentosa Waterfront, 26 Sentosa Gateway #01-38/39/43/44

When it's happening: 3 Sep 2022 to 2 Jan 2023

You can book via Klook here

2. Test your golfing skills at Pixar Putt

If you love Pixar films and animation, you can’t miss this event! Pixar Putt is the first open-air Pixar mini golf experience in Asia! The interactive pop-up called Pixar Putt features 18 different holes inspired by Pixar stories as well as many favourite Pixar and Disney characters. ?It’s perfect for families and couples who want to spend some quality time at a new and exciting activity! Make sure you strike your best pose because some of these golf courses are super creative, you might want to snap a couple of pics.

Price: From $28

Address: Waterfront Promenade, Marina Bay 

Book your tickets here

3. Chill out at Carnival by The Bay

Credit: Courtesy of Keppel Land

If you’re not yet excited for September, hopefully, this help get you into the groove of things! Carnival by The Bay is hosting a fun carnival event at The Lawn @ Marina Bay from 2 to 3 September 2022. ? Explore the interactive arcade games on-site, exciting inflatables, and cool prizes to complete the carnival experience! And when the sun goes down, you get a FREE movie screening under the stars of iconic films like The Greatest Showman and more!

Address: The Lawn @ Marina Bay 8A Marina Blvd, Singapore 018984

When it’s happening: 2 to 3 September 2022 | 5PM-9:30PM

4. Enjoy Lanterns at Lights by The Lake 2022

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If you’re a fan of lantern festivals and lights, an array of stunning lantern installations can be seen at Jurong Lake Gardens during this Mid-Autumn festival until 18 September 2022. There’s a range of thematic zones to explore. ? “It's a Small World” depicts different cultures like Egypt, while “A World Of Love” portrays Singaporeans reuniting during spring, summer, fall and winter.

Address & Opening hours: Lakeside Field, Jurong Lake Gardens, Singapore | Open daily; 7PM-11PM

5. Appreciate Cute Lanterns During The Night

Credit: Sun Yat-Sen Nanyang

Don’t miss the instagrammable exhibition called Celestial Bodies that’s available until 25 September 2022 that’s part of this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival outside Sun Yat-Sen Nanyang Memorial Museum! Interestingly, the lantern installation was crafted with a helping hand by Taiwanese Kai 3D Art Studio and it is free admission. On the lawn, you'll find five different zones named after various planets: the Moon, Sun, Earth, Saturn, and Mercury. It goes without saying that the lantern installation pays homage to the huge and brilliant Moon, which shines the brightest on the 15th day of the Mid-Autumn Festival! ?

Address: 12 Tai Gin Rd, Singapore 327874

6. Catch the night race at The Singapore Grand Prix 2022

After the first wave of tickets were sold out in a span of 6 hours, it’s pretty obvious that everyone has been eagerly looking forward to the grand prix! This year’s event will be pulling out all the stops to ensure the visitors get the optimal all-rounded experience. This festival features iconic performers and talents like DJ Mashmello, Green Day and many more! ?

P.S. Not sure what’s taking place at The Singapore Grand Prix 2022? Check out our ultimate guide for some insights!

7. Relive your childhood At X-SCAP8’s adult playground

Want to let off some steam? X-SCAP8 (pronounced as ‘escapades’) is an indoor adult playground that caters to all your adventurous needs! ?Try high elements courses, ninja warrior style terrains and even a smash lab for you to smash bottles and glassware to get your frustrations out. It’s definitely going to get you feeling like a kid again but not to worry because it’s indoors, you won’t have to worry about the sun or heat getting in the way of all that fun.

Prices: from $35

Address: Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Road, #07-02, Singapore 238896

Opening hours: Open daily; 11AM-10PM

8. Visit Singapore’s first panda cub

Any panda fans in the audience needs to visit The Mandai Zoo to see the adorable baby panda, Le Le! It’s parents are Kai Kai and Jia Jia, River Safari’s main attractions since 2012, when they arrived rom Chengdu in China. ?Visitors can now visit the baby cub twice daily between 10:30AM and 3:30PM at his nursery at Giant Panda Forest.

Address: 80 Mandai Lake Road Singapore 729826

9. Visit the Omni-Theatre at The Science Centre Singapore

From 2 to 30 September 2022, catch the premiere of the new show “Big-Astronomy” and learn about the stars and how it applies to us humans. If you’re a fan of astronomy, this is the place for you! ? Sit back in the comfortable theatre seats and get a glimpse of what the universe has to offer.

Price: From $14

Address: 15 Science Centre Rd, Singapore 609081

Book your tickets here

10. Get FREE cable car rides to Sentosa

If you’ve ever wanted to take the cable car but felt like it was too expensive, this will get you excited! Enjoy a FREE Sentosa Line cable car ride when you verify your Singapore Citizenship or Permanent Resident status for your Islander membership (it's free to sign up). Claim it in time for the holiday season its valid from now till 31 October 2022!

So, what do you think? Are any of these events exciting enough to make it onto your September itinerary? SHARE this with your friends and family to give them some inspiration on how to spend this holiday season! ?