5 Exciting things to do in Singapore this February 2023


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If you’re feeling glum that the CNY long weekend has ended, don’t be. February is here with its slew of fun activities to try out. Plus, it’s also when Valentine’s Day comes around. Check out these fun things you can do in Singapore in the upcoming weeks and make those plans right away!

01 • Relax and unwind at the Glow Festival 2023

(Photo: Run Singapore)

How often do you find yourself in need of some down time? It’s completely normal to want to unwind when you live in a fast-paced society like ours. Thank goodness, there are various wellness programmes to help you relax and recharge.

Take Glow Festival 2023, for instance. The retreat has a line-up of calming yoga sessions, body workouts, high-intensity interval training, and even an after party for you to dance the night away at the end of it all.

Expect to be trained by famous personalities in the yoga practice, like Paige Hathaway, Naomi Yeo, and Fiona Siew.

The Glow Festival takes place from 4 to 12 February. Tickets are selling fast, so book your spot as soon as you can for a week of zen.

📍 Address: Sands Expo & Convention Centre, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
Hours: Mon to Thu, 7.30am – 8.30pm | Sat and Sun, 8.30am – 5.30pm
💲 Price: $45 – $79
🌐 Website: glowfestival.sg
🎫 Ticketing website: marinabaysands.com/entertainment/events/glow-festival-2023.html

Plan your month ahead with our mega-list of fun activities!

02 • Experience a Thai night market

(Photo: Eatbook)

Heard a great deal about the iconic Chatuchak Market, but found your Bangkok plans stymied by COVID-19? Not to worry. From 7 February to 2 April, you’ll be able to soak in the flavours and culture of Thailand right in our backyard at the Chatuchak Night Market Singapore.

Featuring over 180 vendors, of which 60 are directly from Thailand, expect to be treated to a culinary smorgasbord consisting of various types of authentic street food, ranging from Thai kway chap, Thai milk tea, and grilled pork skewers.

Once you’ve quelled your cravings, head on down to the other stalls to find spellbinding handcrafted art pieces, trending clothes, and intricate antiques — there’s something for everyone here.

📍 Address: The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road, South Carpark, Singapore 287994
Hours: Tue to Fri, 4pm – 12am | Sat and Sun, 4pm – 12am
🌐 Website: facebook.com/chatuchaksingapore

03 • Get your nostalgia fix at Westlife’s concert

(Photo: Hype MY)

Westlife, the yesteryear pop group best known for hits like “Uptown Girl”, “Flying Without Wings”, and “Swear it Again”, will be performing live in Singapore from 16 to 18 February at the Singapore Indoor Stadium!

Here’s your chance to bop along to songs you grew up with and hang out with fellow fans. What’s more, Westlife is also performing songs from their newer albums if you’re a fan of their later works.

Tickets are selling fast for this one too, so snap them up right now!

📍 Address: Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397691
Hours: Thu to Sat, 8pm onwards
💲 Price: $128 – $258
🌐 Website: sportshub.com.sg/events/westlife-wild-dreams-tour
🎫 Ticketing website: ticketmaster.sg/activity/detail/23_westlife 

04 • Immerse yourself in the world of Attack on Titan

(Photo: TimeOut)

The popular Attack on Titan series now has its own exhibition and it’s stopping in Singapore from 19 February to 1 August, so take note, fans.

The exhibition features over 150 different artworks created by mangaka Hajime Isayama, ranging from artworks of the characters to concept art from the manga’s earliest days. You’ll be given a choice of two paths to walk through the exhibition, both displaying different artworks and story aspects before intersecting.

And yes, you can go back to the beginning and check out the other path you didn’t take — as well as snap a picture with the Colossal Titan along the way.

Best of all, there’s plenty of exclusive merchandise available, like copies of the manga, clothes, character keychains, and figurines.

📍 Address: ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018974
Hours: Mon to Fri, 10am – 7pm | Sat to Sun, 10am – 7pm
💲 Price: Singapore residents – Child: $14, Adult: $18 | Tourists – Child: $16, Adult: $21
🌐 Website: marinabaysands.com/museum/exhibitions/attack-on-titan.html
🎫 Ticketing website: marinabaysands.com/museum/ticket.html 

05 • Go on a romantic river cruise

(Photo: Remote Lands)

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and if you’re in the mood for something beyond the usual dinner and date, why not try out the Singapore River Cruise? For maximum romantic vibes, be sure to book around sunset!

You and bae will be taken on a leisurely sail down the Singapore River, where you’ll get to admire views of popular places like Boat Quay, Bayfront, and Fullerton. It can’t get more memorable than this. 💘

📍 Address: Clarke Quay Jetty, 3 River Valley Road, Singapore 179024
📞 Phone: 6336 6111
Hours: Mon to Thu, 1pm – 10pm | Fri to Sun, and PH, 10am – 10pm
💲 Price: $28 per adult
🌐 Website: rivercruise.com.sg/river-cruise/
🎫 Ticketing website: singapore-tickets.com/singapore-river-cruises/ 

(Featured photo adapted from: Coconuts, Eatbook, Hype MY, and Remote Lands)

Have an awesome February!
Adam 😃

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