5 Things to do In Singapore This October 2021 That Are Perfect For Two People (+ Near Halal Food)


Auli Cinantya Hadi •  Oct 04, 2021

It's time to welcome a brand new month with new activities you can enjoy! Although there is still the tightening of safe management measures (SMMs) to slow down the transmission of COVID-19 until October 24, 2021, it doesn’t mean that you cannot enjoy some exciting activities. If you are looking for things to do on weekends, we have just the right list for you! From indoors to outdoor activities, here are the list of things to do in Singapore in October 2021!

Things You Can Do in Singapore in October 2021 + Halal Food Nearby

Halloween Horror Night Exhibition (Universal Studio Sentosa)

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Celebrate the spooky month of October with a thrilling experience at Universal Studios Sentosa! Halloween Horror Nights are officially back after taking a year off, and this time they will take you behind the screams of Southeast Asia’s largest award-winning horror event.

You could take a look at their displays and installations, showcasing the history of the iconic Halloween Horror Nights event! Enjoy a nightmarish world where you can get up close with the creepiest props or revisit the infamous haunted house that will make your skin crawl. This exhibition is not for the faint of heart – USS warns that it may be too intense for those under 16, so get ready for the heart-pumping ride!


Halal food nearby:

Mel’s Drive-In (American diner)

Goldilocks Fried Chicken (Western food)

Friar’s Good Food (Seafood)

P.S Check out the complete Halal food guide in Sentosa here.

Singapore Water Bike Rental

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If strolling the city with your bike is too dull, why not try Singapore’s first-ever water bike service? Officially launched on October 2, 2021, at Pasir Ris Beach, Waterbike Singapore offers you the experience to cycle on the water! Instead of wheels, the water bike is installed on two floats and can reach the speed of 15km/h on water. The ride has been designed to give you a stable ride, so you don’t have to be afraid of falling into the water. The water bike rentals also come with life jackets, walkie talkie and a dry storage bag. You can try the Water bike every Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm.


Halal food nearby:

Rasa Istimewa

Halal status: Halal-certified

Opening hours: Open daily; 12 pm-11 pm

Address: 201 Pasir Ris Rd, Singapore 519147

Contact: 6386 9339

P.S You can also check out other Halal food options located in Singapore's Park

Learn How To Make Traditional Kopi

If you are looking for things to do on weekend why not try to learn new skills? Renowned coffee academy Bettr Barista will be hosting workshops about traditional Nanyang Kopi as a part of Archifest 2021. Catch a glimpse of what goes into making that latte art and try your hand at it! At the end of the workshop, there will be a game where you will experience what it is like to prepare and serve traditional hot and peng kopi drinks.

All Bettr Barista instructors are fully qualified industry specialists, ACTA-qualified adult educators and Authorised SCA Trainers (ASTs). Not only that, but in this workshop, they will demystify some of the myths behind the traditional Nanyang Kopi and speciality coffee.


Halal food nearby:

GLC Hao Yun Lai

Halal status: Halal-certified

Opening hours: Monday-Saturday  08.30 AM - 07.30 PM

Address: 121 Upper Paya Lebar Rd, Singapore 534836

Contact: +65 6581 9338

Art Science on Screen: Textures Of The City

Credit: Marina Bay Sands

From October 1 2021, ArtScience Museum will screen seven feature films and three short films ranging from film festivals picks, cult classics, and verité-style documentaries. “Textures of The City” is in conjunction with Singapore Pavilion at the 17 International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, and Archifest Singapore. The films will highlight inequality in cities and discuss the immigrants, elderly, and simultaneously, the movie will also remind us of the beauty of human relationships. The screening of “Textures Of The City” will end on November 19 and be held in Expression Gallery, ArtScience Museum level 4.


Halal food nearby:

Satay by the Bay

Opening hours: Daily; 11 am – 10 pm

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Gardens By the Bay 19 #01-19, Singapore 018953

P.S Explore more Halal food options near Marina Bay Sands here

Slurping Good! Instant Noodles Themed Playground

If you love noodles or instant noodles, you don’t want to miss this one. Slurping Good! is Singapore’s first-ever instant noodle theme attraction, a part of Rochor Experience located at Tekka Place. This attraction features 13 different interactive spaces over two levels! This attraction collaborates with the pioneer of instant noodles, Nissin Foods Singapore (NISSIN). It not only serves as a playground but will also be able to have a shopping experience. Each visitor will also receive a complimentary tote bag complete with a Slurping Good! retail voucher and F&B voucher.


Halal food nearby:

These food stalls at Eatbox Tekka Place are Halal!

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