With the easing of dine-in restrictions and Singapore reopening to quarantine-free travel, September seems like a month worth celebrating! Not to mention that for those of you with kids, the September Holidays are happening from 4-12 Sep 2021. If you're always wondering, "what things to do in Singapore this weekend?" Well, wonder no more! We've rounded up this list of 8 things to do in Singapore on weekends this September 2021.
Fun things to do in Singapore on weekends this September 2021
1. Night Luge at Skyline Luge
Credit: Skyline Luge Sentosa on Facebook
Looking for a fun night activity to do with your friends? The Skyline Luge Sentosa is back with their Night Luge! Happening on Fri-Sat from 7PM-9.30PM, you'll be greeted with colourful neon lights as you cruise down the track. Now, you can also enjoy a complimentary New Zealand Natural Ice Cream (100ml) of your choice with every purchase of the Night Luge 4 Luge & 4 Skyride combo (from 20 Aug-18 Sep).
2. Mid-Autumn Festival 2021 Street Light-Up
The Mid-Autumn Festival is happening on 21 Sep 2021. To soak up the cultural festivities, head over to Chinatown to admire the gorgeous lanterns that will be on display. This year's light-up include sculptured lanterns with flowers, greetings and more. Besides having lanterns for the celebrations, there's also the tradition of having mooncakes during this period to symbolise family reunion and the full moon. Check out our list of halal mooncakes in Singapore you should get this 2021!
3. Museum of Ice Cream
The Museum of Ice Cream is finally open in Singapore! If you love whimsical and colourful IG-worthy backdrops, here's where you should go. Head over to the museum which is filled with multi-sensorial installations that makes it the perfect place to bring your family and friends. Experience a Singapore-inspired Dragon Playground, a pink and yellow Banana Jungle and the largest MOIC Sprinkle Pool ever created! Check out our article for what to expect at the Museum of Ice Cream.
Address: 100 Loewen Rd, Singapore 248837
4. New go-kart tracks in Jurong and Expo
Credit: The Karting Arena
There's not just one but two new go-kart tracks in Singapore! Live out your F1 dreams at The Karting Arena's latest track in Jurong. There's a 700-metre track and 11 technical turns, and it's the only one in Singapore with electric and petroleum-powered karts. If you live in the East, head over to Expo and go-kart your way at the carpark-turned-karting track at KF1's newest circuit.
5. Gardens by the Bay - Mid-Autumn Festival 2021
Credit: Gardens by the Bay
There's never a bad time to visit Gardens by the Bay and this time around, you can soak in the atmosphere of the stunning lights as part of the 2021 Mid-Autumn Festival (15 Sep - 3 Oct 2021). Look out for the "Sky Lanterns" which are a set of sky lanterns "floating" up a Supertree. Don't miss out on the "Rabbits Forest" too which are a series of adorable rabbit lanterns! Plus, the Gardens are currently having a promo - enjoy 3 months of unlimited visits by getting the Autumn Season Pass for just $20!
6. Singapore Food Festival
Credit: Singapore Food Festival on Facebook
Singapore's annual food festival is back and it's happening from 27 Aug to 12 Sep 2021! As part of the event, you can check out masterclasses by renowned Chefs online or sign up for workshops where you can make kueh, popiah and other local delights. Don't forget to sign up for various heritage tours too such as one in Little India & Tiong Bahru, guided tours and even hopping around Singapore's Southern Islands!
7. Joya Onsen Cafe
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More rainy days are expected in Singapore in the next two months, which means, it's the perfect time to have a relaxing soak in an onsen! Joya Onsen Cafe just opened its doors not long ago and it will definitely transport you to Japan. The best part? They have a private onsen that you can enjoy too, so you don't have to worry about taking off your clothing in a communal bath. Find out more about Joya Onsen Cafe in our article.
Address: 511 Upper Jurong Rd, #01-06, Singapore 638366
8. Halal high tea onboard a ferry
Love high tea and love the sea? Now you can have the best of both worlds! Ferry operator, Sindo Ferry has just launched Singapore's first ferry afternoon tea experience with island drop-off, and it's halal-certified. Called Kueh and Kusu, you can enjoy a 1-hour cruise along Marina South Coast and even explore Kusu Island. Plus, you'll be served Afternoon Tea consisting of savoury sandwiches, eclairs, kueh and hot tea. You can also use your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers if you still have them!
So, if you haven't planned out your weekends this September, time to do so! SHARE this list with your friends and loved ones.