With September comes a slew of exhilarating activities, from cultural to educational to plain good fun.
Whether you’re a race-car fanatic or looking for some family fun, September is the month with something for everyone! So go out there and revel in the festivities, as these events will keep you entertained throughout the month.
Organised by the Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA) and curated by Formwerkz Architects, the annual Archifest is a celebration of local architecture and the built environment in Singapore.
This year’s festival revolves around the theme of Craft. Discover what went behind designing the various buildings around Singapore, and learn from the masters of the craft through an immersive line-up of master classes, lectures, exhibitions, panel discussions, architectural tours and hands-on workshops hosted by local artisans and makers. Sign up for the exclusive Architours and explore how materials, space and form are crafted into spatial realities.
For more information, visit www.archifest.sg
27 September – 9 October
URA Centre and various locations
Satisfy your Jurassic Park dreams with the biggest dinosaur show in the world, Walking With Dinosaurs, at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. This family show has been enjoyed by more than nine million people in over 250 cities all over the world, and now you can get up close to the dazzling $20-million production of 18 life-sized dinosaurs from nine different species — from the Brachiosaurus to the Tyrannosaurus Rex — animated by jaw-dropping state-of-the-art technology. The showcase is based on the eponymous award-winning BBC TV series. Look forward to scenes of interaction between dinosaurs such as an eye-opening depiction of how carnivorous dinosaurs evolved into two-legged creatures. Tickets range from $78 to 148.
Get tickets from www.sportshub.com.sg/WWD2019
Walking with Dinosaurs – The Live Experience
August 29 – September 8
Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk, 397691
Enjoy a unique Mid-Autumn experience at the Gardens with breath-taking lanterns that depict stories of rich tradition and heritage. Don’t miss the captivating cultural performances and activities at the festival!
There’ll be lantern set displays, a colonnade of lights, cultural performances, a food street and so much more! Find out more here.
Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 滨海花园庆中秋
30 August – 15 September
Various timings and locations
B.Y.O. Cinema returns for its second run with five outdoor movie screenings alongside free-flow popcorn, churros and candy floss. Instead of Hollywood blockbusters, B.Y.O Cinema features local titles — from comedies to zombie apocalypses to nostalgia-driven tales — such as Lulu the Movie, It’s a Great, Great World, and Zombiepura.
Held at various locations such as the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Fort Canning Green, Grange Road carpark, Design Orchard’s rooftop and Esplanade Forecourt Garden, you can cosy up on a picnic mat and watch a movie under the stars. Admission is free.
Visit the website for more info.
B.Y.O Cinema Outdoor Screenings
31 August – 28 September
Fort Canning Park, Fort Canning Road, 179618 and other locations
Where do you belong – the Light or the Dark? Explore both sides at Sentosa Sandsation: STAR WARS Edition as Southeast Asia’s largest sand festival strikes back with 20 giant sand sculptures of all your favourite characters! Catch some of the world’s best sand sculptors in action, learn sand sculpting from the masters themselves, and more.
Make time for an epic escape to an island not that far away. Find out more here!
Sentosa Sandsation 2019: STAR WARS Edition
31 August to 15 September
10 a.m to 8:30 p.m.
Snow Patrol, the award-winning Northern Irish indie-rock band, returns to Singapore in light of its comeback album, Wildness. Remember when Chasing Cars came out in 2006 and everyone was singing along to it on the radio? The gig’s sold out, but if you’ve been a fan of the band since then, you should have already snagged a ticket to the band’s first concert tour after its seven-year hiatus. Frontman Gary Lightbody and co. will delight fans with an acoustic performance of favourite hits such as Chocolate, Open Your Eyes, and of course, the classic Chasing Cars.
Award-winning restaurant-bar, Tippling Club, unveils the second edition of its tattoo-themed event – ‘Singapore Drink’. Themed ‘Funky Cointreau Medina’, this series will see Joe Wang from 8 Volts tattoo studio competing against Ocean (Bao Zi) from Ocean Studios tattoo studio.Both of them will be doing interpretations of early 90s-style hip-hop themed tattoo designs that Chef-owner, Ryan Clift has created.
The event will feature a light-hearted cocktail competition between Tippling Club and John Anthony Bar in Hong Kong, a specialist gin bar which approaches cocktails with sustainability, implementing Hong Kong’s first-ever zero-waste program. John Anthony Bar will feature award-winning international bartender, Amir Javaid.
Get ready for a day of good food and eclectic drinks, good company with bright shirts and classic burlesque music!
Tippling Club Singapore Drink & Tattoo Event
1 September 2019
Tippling Club, 38 Tanjong Pagar Road, 088461
Embark on an awesome tour of Chinatown to feel the festive atmosphere, and appreciate the history of Chinatown and the traditions of Mid-Autumn Festival on this Heritage Food Trail!
Heritage Food Trail
1, 7 – 8 September
3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Step into the fascinating world of science and technology as KidZania Singapore brings fun and exciting activities to enrich your September school holiday. Young learners can look forward to learning how to code, building an electric circuit, trying out augmented and virtual reality, 3D drawing and many more!
KidZ & Innovation and Camp KidZania
1 – 8 September
10a.m. to 6 p.m.
KidZania Singapore, 31 Beach View, Palawan Kidz City, #01-02/02, 098008
Get stepping this September with Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS)!
Organised by CPAS, Steptember is a fitness and charity initiative to raise funds for CPAS’ education, training and therapy services for people living with cerebral palsy. For Steptember, aim to take 10,000 steps a day for 28 days – from Sept 3 to 30 – and contribute to the cause. Choose from a range of 40 activities — swimming, cycling, yoga and more — and have the activity converted into steps to count towards your 10,000-step goal. Disability-friendly activities are also included so everyone can take part.
Gather your friends and sign up in teams of two to four. Alternatively, you can sign up as a company to do a team-bonding activity for a cause. Then, set a fundraising target for your team (you will automatically get your very own fundraising page when you register). Ask friends, family members and colleagues to sponsor you by making an online donation or you can even hold mini fundraisers as you track and share your progress on social media.
Registration is $25 per person, where you’d receive a Steptember Kit, which includes an info flyer and an exclusive Steptember Singapore wristband. Early birds may opt to receive a pedometer, while stocks last.
More details can be found at its website.
3 – 30 September
COMEX 2019 is back! Singapore’s Largest Tech show held in Suntec Singapore on the 5 to 8 September 2019 occupying up to three levels of great offers from Tech Gadgets, TVs, Notebooks, Tablets, Desktops, Gaming Products and lots more. With the best deals in one place, be spoilt for choices when buying TVs, mobile phones, desktop computers, laptops, digital cameras, network products, E-mobility vehicles and other products at the show.
Reawaken the passion, spirit and love for photography at the Singapore Photography Festival 2019! Scheduled to take place from 05-08 September 2019 in the Suntec Singapore, don’t miss this 4-day festival with activities, workshops and more. See, shoot and buy gadgets at this festival specifically for avid photographers and photography enthusiasts!
Singapore Photography Festival 2019
5 – 8 September
11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, 1 Raffles Boulevard Suntec City, 039593
Jointly presented by The Projector, the Royal Danish Embassy, the Embassy of Finland, the Royal Norwegian Embassy and the Embassy of Sweden, the first-ever Nordic Film Festival in Singapore will showcase the true spirit of the High North with stories of suspense, laughter, history and modern life through film.
Get your tickets here.
Nordic Film Festival 2019
6 – 15 September
The Projector, 6001 Beach Road #05-00 Golden Mile Tower, 199589
Why shop when you can swap your clothes for someone else’s? This method of sustainable shopping is free and reduces waste. Rifle through other people’s wardrobes to find your new favourites at Swapathon, the very first sustainable fashion marathon that the Swapaholic team is organising in partnership with Marina Barrage and Terra SG, a social enterprise.
At Swapathon, before swapping clothes with other participants, you have to first earn ‘swap points’ by taking part in workshops and green vendor booths while enjoying snacks provided and grooving to live music at the Sustainable Village. You can also hone your swapping skills at the plant, book and beauty swap before diving into the main fashion swap. (Different types of clothing cost different amounts of swap points.) Register here to secure your spot.
Visit its website for more info.
2 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Marina Barrage, 8 Marina Gardens Drive, 018951.
Outward Bound Singapore’s (OBS) signature environmental conservation event, Project IsLand-A-Hand (PIAH) is back!
Taking place on 7 September 2019, the upcoming edition of PIAH will be held at Coney Island with a focus on discovery, awareness and appreciation. Participants can look forward to activities such as coastal clean-up, tree mulching and habitat enhancement along with raising awareness for environmental sustainability. In addition, they can also look forward to a guided Coney Island Trail, where they will utilise digital to participate in a friendly competition to strategise, search and see Coney Island’s flora and fauna.
The event is open to the public, however, children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
Sign up here.
Project IsLand-A-Hand (PIAH)
8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
OBS Reception and Activity Centre, 22 Punggol Road, Track 19, 828871
Come discover the limitless world of Fashion, Beauty, Music this September at the ZALORA Fashion Festival.
Kickstart your weekend on a fashionable foot at the ZALORA Fashion Festival on Saturday, September 7th at The DECK, Singapore.
Themed rooms with your favourite brands will be in the house that day for shoppers to experience up close and personal, as well as providing you with the perfect backdrop for your social feed, of course!
Social media megastar TikTok will be there to bring the fun and capture creative content for your account so you can enter our hashtag challenge for the chance to win some serious ZALORA stash… we promise you, this is not something you want to miss!
The world’s most famous character – Hello Kitty celebrates Mid-Autumn Festival in our garden city on the 7th Sept 2019! Fans can look forward to receiving exciting festive essentials such as Hello Kitty Mooncake and Lantern and of course, experience the lunar appreciation with many traditional games, and insta-worthy Hello Kitty photo opportunities.
Get your tickets here.
Hello Kitty Run Singapore – Moon Walk Edition 2019
7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, 018953
The Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall’s annual cultural event Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 returns from 7 to 8 September 2019! Visitors can look forward to an exciting weekend of offerings suitable for the young and the young at heart, including heritage trails around the Balestier precinct, guided tours of the museum’s galleries, mooncake tasting, lantern-making workshops, storytelling of Mid-Autumn tales, alfresco concert performances, and more. It is also a great opportunity for visitors to discover and experience the customs and traditions observed during the celebrations.
This event is free.
Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival 2019
7 – 8 September
10.30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, 12 Tai Gin Rd, 327874
The second installation of LATINADA, Singapore’s first Latin American Food Festival, promises to be bigger, bolder and better. The brainchild of Peruvian chef Daniel Chavez, who helms the OLA Kitchen Group, LATINADA was created to showcase the culinary and cultural diversity of notable regions in Latin America. The annual festival will see 11 chefs and 13 restaurants from Peru, Colombia, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela, Puerto Rico and Chile gather to whip up dishes to take you on a week-long Latino adventure. Think hearty Mexican street food, Chilean barbecues, tapas parties, cocktails inspired by the diverse islands of the Central Americas and four-hands dinners showcasing Latin American flavours.
The festival will kick off with “Domingo Tropical!” at Camp Kilo, with the Charcoal Club transforming into a mini street food festival, where you can indulge in favourites such as tacos, roasted pork, ceviche and themed cocktails, while bumping along to the heart-pumping sounds of Latin America – Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Latin Pop and more.
Latinada Latin-American Food Festival
8 – 16 September
The much-awaited World Food Fair (WFF) 2019 is back for its 16th edition! Bigger than ever, visitors can look forward to a huge variety of food & beverage products from over220 exhibitors, super deals from our all-time favourite local home-grown brands and exclusive new launches directly from Europe, Himalayas, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and many more.
WFF 2019 is geared up to create a satiating experience for the hungry crowd. too. Try a wide variety of local and international new delights such as the refreshing Brown Sugar Milk Tea Ice Cream, Singapore’s first Purple Tea,locally-brewed Lager, Earl Grey Kueh Lapis, Iberico & Truffle Ham, Kra Pow Chicken Rice, Water Lily Pops and more.
The event will also be jam-packed with engaging and buzzy stage activities with diverse programmes ranging from exclusive showcases of authentic Korean food, health talks, lucky draws, cooking demonstrations and music performances all under one roof.
Admission is free!
World Food Fair 2019
12 – 15 September
11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Singapore Expo Hall 6, 1 Expo Dr, 486150
Beyond the popular folklore of Chang’e and Hou Yi, Mid-Autumn Festival is a celebration of bountiful harvests. This year, the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre invites everyone to reap their own harvest of knowledge and experiences, through its Mid-Autumn Yeah! celebrations on 13 and 14 September 2019. From performances of songs associated with the moon, tea-tasting workshops, to moon-gazing activities, visitors can learn about Mid-Autumn traditions anew through a multi-sensory experience.
With a plethora of exciting family-friendly activities to choose from, visitors can gather their loved ones, and re-acquaint themselves with the rich cultural heritage which the Mid-Autumn Festival has to offer. Parents and children can bring the story of Chang’e to life through Puppet Story, a hand puppetry workshop by Paper Monkey Theatre. One can also try their hand at brewing Singapore’s very own Nanyang tea at the Happy Tea workshop or indulge in the free mooncakes and tea at the Makan Station, where they can also buy and dig into local delicacies!
13 – 14 September
7 p.m. to 10 p.m. (Fri), 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. (Sat)
Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (1 Straits Boulevard, 018906)
The Singapore River Festival (SRF) makes its return for the fifth year with exciting activities happening during the weekends from August to September to celebrate our cultural diversity, heritage, people and places. As Singapore marks its Bicentennial year, the festival sees an exciting lineup that will be held at Boat Quay, Clarke Quay and Robertson Quay, from local food fairs to performances by homegrown musicians.
For the month of September, revel in the Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations as the river transforms into a luminous, festive wonderland for the season of reunions. With a host of family-themed events and fringe activities such as the Lantern Walkabout, which takes place through Robertson Walk, followed by a cruise down the Singapore River on a riverboat. Tickets for the goodie bag (inclusive of boat ride) are priced at $25 per person or $80 for a group of four.
Visit its website for more info.
Singapore River Festival 2019
14 – 15 September
The Turn the Tide Film Tour 2019 is coming to Singapore!
A curated collection of uplifting environmentally-focused ocean films from independent filmmakers around the globe, this year’s programme will introduce you to inspiring characters and incredible marine life. Travel from an African Penguin colony in South Africa, to a Shark Sanctuary in the Seychelles, to Coral Reefs in Palau and many more!
If you love the ocean you will love the Turn the Tide Film Tour. Bring your friends, grab a beer and get inspired!
Grab a drink & mingle 7pm / Film screening commences 730pm.
Tickets are $15.
Turn The Tide Film Tour – Singapore
7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
The Projector, 6001 Beach Road, #05-00, Golden Mile Tower, 199589
The Yellow Ribbon Prison Run is a distance of courage and determination in support of the ex-offenders. Save the date and join the Yellow Ribbon Project on the journey to acceptance this 15 Sep 2019. Find out more here!
Yellow Ribbon Prison Run
6 a.m. to 1 p.m.
SAF Field, Farnborough Road @ Changi Village, 509747
Celebrate the first Mexican National Day Festival Singapore #SingaporeMexicanNationalDayFestival organized by The Singapore Latin American Arts And Cultural Centre.
Enjoy an authentic and colorful vibe surrounded by music, food, dance and more! There’ll be plenty of activities for kids and adults, a lucky draw, art auction and more. Get your tickets to this festival here!
Make a difference and be part of Singapore’s largest charity run for kids! Sign up now and spend a fun-filled and meaningful Sunday morning at POSB PAssion Run for Kids 2019 with your family and friends. Enjoy breathtaking views of Marina Bay, while families with kids can look forward to plenty of fun activities at the exciting Mega Carnival after the race.
For more information and registration, visit https://go.posb.com.sg/2K8iY64
POSB PAssion Run for Kids
The 12th edition of Glamorous Giving is bigger than ever!
As part of its invaluable work, the Committee assists UN Member states as they set global standards for achieving gender equality. It works globally to make equal participation a reality for women and girls and it stands behind women’s equal participation in all aspects of life.As one of Singapore’s most anticipated sale events, Glamorous Giving not only contributes financially to the Singapore Committee for UN Women, it also increases awareness of the work the Committee does and encourages growth in membership and participation.
With nearly 60 participating brands offering an eclectic range of fashion, accessories, art, home décor and food and wine at knockdown prices, Glamorous Giving is always a fun-filled and well-attended event. As an exciting new addition to the 12thedition, we have included a pre and post-sale online auction organised by HotLotz, with all proceeds going directly to UN Women.
For more information, follow the link here to see Founder, Leah Lambert’s interview on the Stones that Rock Website on the subject of curated shopping events and the successful growth of Glamorous Giving.
18 – 19 September
10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Orchard Rendezvous Hotel, 1 Tanglin Rd, 247905
Gear up for a turbo-charged weekend at the Marina Bay Street Circuit this F1 season! The premier motor-sport event in Singapore will see headliners British rock band Muse, EDM group Swedish House Mafia, and Californian rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers take over the night race’s entertainment stage. Also in the lineup are some of the biggest names in music — pop icon Gwen Stefani, DJ Fatboy Slim, legendary composer and musician Hans Zimmer, American roots rock duo Larkin Poe and more.
Beyond the music gigs, the Singapore Grand Prix also features many talented drivers from all over the world, including world champions and winners such as Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Räikkönen. Tickets are priced from $38 for single-day platforms and $98 for single-day grandstands.
Visit its website for more info.
F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2019
20 – 22 September
Marina Bay Street Circuit, Connaught Drive, 179861
The Mid-Autumn Festival, which falls on the fifteenth day of the eighth lunar month, is one of the most popular Chinese festivals (hello, mooncakes!). In Chinatown, festivities kick into full swing starting from the light-up on Aug 31 (6.30pm – 10pm). Admire a colourful display of traditional lanterns and street decorations displayed along the cultural stretch and soak in the festivities during the traditional Chinese festival. Fringe activities such as a lantern painting competition, mass lantern walk, lion dance performances, a festive bazaar, and nightly stage shows by local entertainers and overseas performing troupes will also keep you well entertained. As you go on the heritage and food trail, munch on festive goodies such as mooncakes and pomelos, and shop for handicrafts and ornaments from street-side stalls.
Visit its website for more info.
Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival Celebrations 2019
31 August – 28 September
Various locations in Chinatown
Held in conjunction during the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix, photography exhibition “Everything Is Illuminated” will showcase DZ Engineering’s dynamic display of innovative and high-tech lighting solutions for historical UNESCO and contemporary sites in Singapore and Italy. Come see twelve historical and contemporary sites in Italy through the works of six Italian photographers. Audiences will get to witness the beauty of archaeological ruins through the lens of these talented photographers as they interpret the history and reveal contemporary culture on an artistic level.
The exhibition will also spotlight on certain iconic landmarks in Singapore, highlighting DZ Engineering’s past lighting projects and how they added light and life to these Singapore locations (shot by an Italian Track Designer, Jarno Zaffelli), namely City Hall and Supreme Court, Esplanade, Gardens By The Bay and the flagship store of Dolce&Gabbana at ION Orchard.
DZ Engineering is also the official provider of Race Track Lighting and Race Communication Systems.
Everything Is Illuminated
19 – 22 September
Gallery II, at The Art House, 1 Old Parliament Ln, 179429
Immerse yourself in the Dark Knight’s heroic journey from the 1930’s at this year’s Batman Run Singapore!
Celebrate this historic milestone with other Batman fans in Singapore, with runners also receiving exclusive Batman-themed giveaways and enjoying an exciting race at night. Get your tickets here.
Batman Run Singapore
6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Marina Barrage, 8 Marina Gardens Dr, 018951
We may all not have grown up to be Formula One drivers, but at F1 weekend at NINETEEN80, they’re bringing you back to a time we all felt like one! It’s going to be a major #throwback weekend, when Tamiyas and Hot Wheels dominated our childhood. Prepare your engines, it’s going to be a racing good time!
- Cover charge of $18 applies after 10 pm, inclusive of one standard house pour drink
- Dress code: Smart casual (no sandals and singlets for men; flip flops, beach and sportswear for all) after 9.30pm on club nights
- For table reservations, please contact NINETEEN80 at +65 9183 6073 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Radical Dash: F1 Weekend Special
20 – 21 September 2019
9 pm – late
21 Tg Pagar Rd, #01-05, 088444
Explore the 200 years leading up to the establishment of an entrepôt in Singapore in 1819, beginning with the bustling world of trade in the East Indies that attracted the Dutch and British East India Companies from the early 17th century. The European entry into the region, for better or worse, was only part of its longer history. This exhibition is a telling of that story, and a reflection of the broader forces at play that culminated in the events of 1819.
Admission is free for Singaporeans and Singapore Permanent Residents.
An Old New World: From the East Indies to the Founding of Singapore, 1600s – 1819
21 September 2019 – 29 March 2020
National Museum of Singapore, Exhibition Galleries, Basement Level, 93 Stamford Rd, 178897
Bubble busters, nineteen80’s bringing back the much-loved puzzle bobble competition! If you think you’re up for helping Puzzle Bobble heroes destroy a fast-approaching wall of coloured bubbles with your well-placed shots, sign up now!
- Registration for the event is free, and is based on a first-come, first-serve basis. All shortlisted players will be contacted within 48 hours of registration. To register, please sign up in this link here: https://tinyurl.com/y2ytxn4a
Fight For Your Right – Puzzle Bobble Competition
8 p.m. to 10 p.m.
21 Tg Pagar Rd, #01-05, 088444
Experience all-new frights as Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Horror Nights returns this September. Make your way through five haunted houses and two scare zones, watch two killer shows in horror, and try to survive the Undertaker as he roams around, searching for the next unsuspecting victim.
And for the first time ever, experience an original haunted house from the directors of blockbuster Thai horror films Shutter and 4bia. Nine lives won’t be enough as you experience what’s waiting for you at Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Horror Nights.
Be inspired by the unique flavour of Armenian classical music, performed by Ani Umedyan (violin), Leslie Tan (cello), and Kseniia Vokhmianina (piano). Combining Armenian musical forms with aspects of Western classical tradition in styles established by the composers Komitas and Babajany
By Candlelight: A Tapestry of Armenian Music
Living Room, The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Ln, 179429
Sake Matsuri, Singapore’s Largest Craft Sake Festival is back! Join Temple Cellars and Sake Matsuri Singapore on 28 Sep for our upcoming edition of Sake Matsuri and get to taste over 200 sakes (free flow), including rare sakes that will be available in Singapore for the first time. These sakes will also be available for purchase in limited quantities.
Throughout the day, there will also be a range of masterclasses conducted by sake sommeliers and brewers for sake enthusiasts. Attendees will need to purchase separate masterclass tickets for these masterclasses as slots are limited. There will be (more) sake for tasting too.
YouTube’s most popular adventurous collective, The Try Guys, will bring their first tour ‘Legends of The Internet’ to Singapore – their only stop in Southeast Asia!
Legends Of The Internet is a thrilling evening of comedy, spectacle, and friendship. Keith, Ned, Zach, and Eugene will bring their iconic brand of “trying everything and anything” to life on stage like you’ve never seen them before – unedited and unfiltered. All the hilarious viral content you love transforms into an unprecedented performance where everyone will experience a completely unique, interactive show!
Explore the colourful and finer side of Plant-Based cuisine! Singapore Vegan Festival will showcase the best vegan food around town. SVF also aims to spread awareness about a vegan lifestyle. Market stalls of vegan products, vegan food & drinks, Cooking Demos by International Chefs, guest speakers are just some of the things you can expect!
Ticket price includes entry to the festival and access to all Talks & Presentations (except cooking demos).
Get your tickets here.
The Straits Times Run 2019 is back for the 7th year, on Sep 29! Featuring 3 categories – a new 3.5km Fun Run, 10km Competitive run, 18.45km Competitive run – it’s a perfect bonding time for families & friends.
Find out more here!
By Joyce Chua and Melodi Ghui, August 2019 / Photos: respective events and Instagram
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