22 Things To Do In Feb 2023 – Giant Poppy Installation, Affordable Staycations & Urban Farm Tours

Things to do in February 2023

For those of us hoping to take 2023 at a slower pace, you’re out of luck. Because just like that, January is over. In usual TSL fashion, we’d like to welcome February by giving you the lowdown on what’s going on this month. Up ahead are free movie screenings and a new disability-friendly library to check out. Here are 22 new things to do in February 2023:

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1. Visit a 2-day kid-friendly festival with farm tours

City Sprouts farm.
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You may have heard of the urban farm City Sprouts that’s located within a former secondary school. 18th-19th February 2023 is prime time to visit as they’re hosting a 2-day long family-friendly festival: Whimsikal the Festival: Bubbles & Barbeque. Kids can watch a bubble sculpting show, take part in a colouring contest, and embark on a farm tour ($10/child, $12/adult).

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With pull-up bar challenges and loads of smokin’ BBQ platters, you can also expect to flex your athletic abilities to your BB, or get a delightful food baby. While the kids have fun, the adults can also look forward to live music, open mic sessions, and even a little bit of booze to complete the evening.

Admission: $20 for entry ticket with 1 free drink | Kids under 12 enter free with a paying adult
Date: 18th-19th February 2023
Time: 12pm-5pm & 5pm-10pm
Venue: 102 Henderson Road, Singapore 159562

Get tickets to Whimsikal the Festival.

2. BYO wine for a guided art jamming sesh from $49/pax

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For those of us who aren’t artistically inclined, the idea of “just paint lor” can send us reeling. Enter PaintBlush’s Sip ‘n’ Paint, with guided jamming sessions that won’t leave you feeling hopelessly lost.

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Everyone in the class follows a guided step-by-step tutorial of the same artwork; though you’re free to add your own artistic spin to your piece. Projects you can work on include Van Gogh’s Starry Night. As a cherry on top, you can bring in your bubble tea, coffee, or even wine to sip on during the 3-hour session.

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Paint Blush

Book a Sip ‘N’ Paint Acrylic Painting Session.

Price: From $49 for a Sip ‘n’ Paint Signature Art Jam session
Address: 73 Dunlop Street, #02-00, Singapore 209401
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 1pm-10pm | Sat-Sun 11am-10pm
Contact: 8883 7211 | PaintBlush website

3. Go on a staycay at 2 affordable hotels

It’s good to splurge on yourself, but that doesn’t mean that all treat-yoself activities have to be exorbitant. Thankfully, we have 2 new staycay spots from under $150/night to consider for a relaxing yet inexpensive getaway this February.

Mercure Singapore Tyrwhitt – Shophouse hotel from $114/night

Privilege Room.
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A pretty new boutique hotel in town is the 270-room Mercure Singapore Tyrwhitt, with private outdoor terraces attached to their Privilege Rooms (from $178/night). These dreamy green terraces come with faux grass and soft cushiony seats, providing a great spot to catch romantic sunsets with a glass of wine in hand. Standard Classic Rooms have been spotted priced from $114/night if you book early.

Loft room.
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The rebranded hotel is nestled within a shophouse with an interior filled with art decor charms including themes of industrial elements you can spot everywhere, from the lobby to the restaurant. While perfect for a quick couple’s getaway, this hotel also has rooms and amenities for families, including family loft rooms and a rooftop wading pool.

Admission Fee
From $114/night
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165 Tyrwhitt Rd, Singapore 207569
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Owen House by Hmlet – Inspired by New World Amusement Park from $146/night

Deluxe Twin Room – from $168/night.
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With 11 different room types, Owen House by Hmlet offers a wide variety of options to suit every fancy – think family rooms with balconies and deluxe suits for anniversary celebrations. Those with a soft spot for nostalgia may fancy the old-world charm of the hotel, which draws inspiration from the New World Amusement Park that existed till the 1980s.

Studio with Balcony – from $316/night.
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Enjoy a rejuvenating rain shower before heading down to explore the many food options in the area – you’ll be in the heart of Little India after all. All rooms also have a designated working area, if anyone out there desperately needs a change of scenery for their 9-to-6.  For those looking for a long-term stay, they also have Studio rooms complete with a kitchenette.

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Owen House

Admission Fee
From $146/night for a Deluxe Queen room.
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2 Owen Rd, Singapore 218842
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4. Visit a giant poppy exhibit at Changi Chapel

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Valentine’s Day 2023 may be over, but our affair with pretty flowers isn’t quite over. Find larger-than-life poppies adorning Changi Chapel & Museum from now till 26th February 2023.

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The bright red installations symbolise remembrance and peace, and fittingly so, considering the exhibit’s location at the former war prison. They’re also a pretty surreal sight to behold if you happen to be in the East. You’ll also find a station where you can DIY your own poppy, and pen down notes for others on a floral-print postcard. 

Afterwards, Singaporeans can also enter the museum for free to catch a glimpse into our WWII history.

Admission: Free
Date: Until 26th February 2023
Time: 9.30am-5pm, Daily
Venue: 1000 Upper Changi Road North, Singapore 507707
Contact: 6242 6033 | Changi Chapel & Museum website

5. Make your way around the endless pop-up stores of Artbox 2023

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Artbox is back – finally. After a 3-year hiatus, the maze of retail vendors and street food sellers will make its return on 2 weekends in February and March.

The major difference is that Artbox 2023 will be held in the comfort of the Singapore Expo, meaning you’ll be able to stay cool in the air conditioned facility instead of rubbing shoulders outdoors with fellow sweaty market-goers.

Beyond the 300 stalls to visit, there are friendly contests to participate in too. There’s a chance you could walk away with $888 in cash when you come out on top in games such as The Beam of Pain that will put your pain tolerance to the test.

Admission: $5 (Weekdays) | $6 (Weekends)
Date: 24th-26th February 2023 | 3rd-5th March 2023
Time: 12pm-11pm
Venue: 1 Expo Drive, Singapore Expo Hall 6, Singapore 486041
Contact: Artbox website

6. Attend a street party at the reopened Peranakan Museum

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Peranakan Museum Singapore

The Peranakan Museum is reopening on the 17th February after 4 years of closure. To celebrate, they’ll be throwing an opening weekend party at the museum. Here’s your chance to get a first look at the 9 refreshed galleries containing everything Peranakan-related. 

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Apart from gallery tours, you’ll be treated to live dance and fashion performances from members of the Peranakan community. Visitors are also encouraged to sample Peranakan eats and partake in craft workshops to connect to the culture.

Admission: Free
Date (opening ceremony): 17th-19th February 2023
Time: 5pm-10pm
Venue: 39 Armenian Street, Singapore 179941
Contact: 6332 759 | Peranakan Museum website

7. Climb away from your problems at Project Send

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It seems like everyone is climbing now and if you’ve been looking at ways to join the club, then Project Send has your back. From now till the 31st of March, they’re offering a 1-week binge-climbing promo at $50

For those who’ve been on the fence about starting a new hobby, this package will give you a taste of what to expect before you fully commit. You’ll be able to climb to your heart’s content as well as attend unlimited classes if you’re looking for ways to advance your skills.

While you’re there, check out Beta Cafe as well where mid-climb snacks such as PB&J Toasties and Ham & Cheese Bagels are served alongside a multitude of beverages.  

Purchase 1-week passes to Project Send

Project Send
Admission Fee
From $35/day
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8 Raffles Ave., #02-29 Esplanade Mall, Singapore 039802
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8. Get a dose of 2000s nostalgia at KAWAIIMPRESSIONISM

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90s kids will remember when carrying a tokidoki backpack in the early noughts meant you were a certified cool kid. This month, you can relive that nostalgia at KAWAIIMPRESSIONISM. Held at the Art Now gallery at Raffles Hotel, this exhibition is a throwback and a half for the millennials out there. 

You’ll find tokidoki characters such as Donutella in the form of statues around the exhibition. They’re also hidden in Japanese-inspired art by Italian-American artist Simone Legno.

Admission: Free
Date: Now till 26th March 2023
Time: 12pm-7pm, Daily
Venue: 328 North Bridge Road, Art Now, #02-32 Raffles Hotel Arcade, Singapore 188719
Contact: 6513 1612 | Art Now website

9. Frolic amongst bunny-themed flora & fauna at GBTB

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Gardens by the Bay

With 2023 being the year of the rabbit, Gardens by the Bay is taking part in the celebrations with their limited-time Dahlia Dreams display. From now till 26th February, you’ll be able to frolic among 2,000 colourful plants and 100 rabbit sculptures at the Flower Dome. 

The Hare and the Tortoise display at Dahlia Dreams.
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It’s not all about pretty things to see at this display. The installations reference idioms and significant events related to the Year of the Rabbit. See if you’re able to figure out what they are without Googling for the answer.

Purchase tickets to Gardens by the Bay.

Admission: $20 (Flower Dome & Supertree Observatory only)
Date: Now till 26th February 2023
Time: 9am-9pm, Daily
Venue: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore 018953
Contact: 6420 6848 | Gardens by the Bay website

10. View more than 100 rare sneakers at Sneakertopia

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Sneakerheads who are always on the lookout to cop the latest shoe drops should block out their calendar from 25th February to 30th July to attend Sneakertopia.

It’s a shoe exhibition where you’ll be able to view more than 100 of the rarest pairs of sneakers  in the world, including the Kanye West and Nike collab, Air Yeezy 2, and the Fragment x Travis Scott Air Jordan 1. Fun fact: some of these sneakers cost a cool $4,000 if you’re looking to get your own.

Admission: Singapore Residents: $18/Adult, $14/Child | Tourists: $21/Adult, $16/Child
Date: 25th February – 30th July 2023
Time: 10am-7pm, Daily
Venue: 6 Bayfront Avenue, ArtScience Museum, Singapore 018974
Contact: 6688 8888 | ArtScience Museum website

11. Enjoy a Disney’s Frozen light show outside Marina Bay Sands

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Music from Disney’s Frozen will be taking over the fountain and sound display at the Waterfront Promenade along The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. The free Spectra – A Light & Water Show themed event is a spectacle of light projections, lasers, and shooting jets of water set to beloved songs from the animated movie.

If that’s not Frozen enough for you, you can catch Disney’s Frozen Musical at the Sands Theatre as well – keep reading for more info.

After the Frozen special, Spectra – A Light & Water Show will continue to be held daily for free at multiple times every night.

Admission: Free
Date: Now till 19th March 2023
Time: Sun-Thu 8pm-8.15pm, 9pm-9.15pm | Fri-Sat 8pm-8.15pm, 9pm-9.15pm, 10pm-10.15pm
Venue: Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade, 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956
Contact: 6688 8868 | Marina Bay Sands website

12. Live out your Disney princess dreams with the Frozen Musical

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In line with the chilly weather we’ve been getting recently, here’s something that will match the wintry vibes we’ve been feeling. Disney’s Frozen Musical will be making a stop in Singapore from 5th February to 19th March at the Sands Theatre in Marina Bay Sands.

The cast will be serenading audiences with hit favourites from the movie. We can already hear Let It Go and I Can’t Lose You playing in our heads.

Purchase tickets to Disney’s Frozen Musical.

Admission: From $88/pax
Date: 5th February – 19th March 2023
Venue: 4 Bayfront Ave, Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands, B1, Singapore 018973
Contact: 6688 8826 | Disney’s Frozen website

13. Enjoy a free movie screening by the beach on Sentosa

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It’s a well-known fact that outdoor movie screenings hit different – you’re not confined to a plush seat or snacks from the concession stand. Another plus, the Movies by the Beach at Sentosa are totally free of charge.

From 3rd February to 18th March, catch screenings at Palawan Green on selected dates. Titles include Transformers: Age Of Extinction and Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters. Grab your friends, pack a picnic basket, and enjoy a movie under the stars. 

Full Movies By The Beach schedule.

Admission: Free
Dates: 3rd February – 18th March 2023
Venue: Palawan Green, Sentosa, Siloso Beach Walk
Contact: Sentosa website

14. Snap a photo for the ‘Gram at 29Rooms

For those of you with a weak Instagram game, 29Rooms is here to save your feed. Imagine 29 different rooms, each one decked out in graphics and decor to create IG-worthy backdrops. All you’ve got to do is strike a pose and get a friend to help snap pics for the ‘Gram.

Apart from all the Instagram talk, have a HTHT with your pals as you walk through the exhibit. Each room poses a question that invites visitors to discuss thought-provoking issues.

Purchase tickets to 29Rooms.

Admission: $35 (weekdays) | $48 (weekends & PH)
Dates: 1st February – 16th April 2023
Venue: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, West Lawn, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore 018953
Opening hours: Wed-Thu 4pm-10pm | Fri-Sun 12pm-10pm (Closed on Mondays & Tuesdays)
Contact: | 29Rooms website

15. Visit a free art exhibition at the National Design Centre

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Whether you’re an art connoisseur or just in it for the aesthetics, add Circular Futures to your list of art exhibitions to check out. Not only is this exhibition at the National Design Centre pretty to look at, but it’s also a commentary on sustainability that showcases what can be done with plastic waste.

There’s also an added futuristic spin to artworks where virtual reality is incorporated into select pieces. Strap on the headset and you’ll get to immerse yourself in a theoretical future that’s fully sustainable.  

But hey, if you’re a guy just looking for a next date idea with that special someone, this is a viable option as well. No doubt that the works displayed here will bring about deep pondering and interactive conversations – now, who’s the best wingman?

Admission: Free
Date: Now till 9th April 2023
Time: 9am-9pm, Daily
Venue: 111 Middle Road, National Design Centre, Atrium, Level 1, Singapore 188969
Contact: National Design Centre website

16. Experience “Bangkok” at Chatuchak Night Market Singapore

You could spend time booking a flight to Thailand to check out 50 things to do in Bangkok. Or you can just head to Chatuchak Night Market Singapore at The Grandstand for similar vibes. More than 60 Thai vendors will be here, selling street food faves and fashion accessories.

Thai dishes such as Kway Teow Rodfai, Pad Thai, and Thai milk tea will be in abundance here. The event is partnered with Chang Beer, so you bet there’ll be plenty of booze to go along with your food. 

Date: 7th February – 2nd April 2023
Venue: 200 Turf Club Road, The Grandstand, Singapore 287994
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 4pm-10pm (Closed on Mondays)
Contact: 8022 7659 | Chatuchak Singapore Facebook

17. Visit the new 24/7 Settlers Cafe for board games

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Settlers Cafe

When it comes to board game cafes, Settlers Cafe is probably everyone’s go-to. It was closed in 2022 but has since reopened as a full fledged cafe at Farrer Park that’s open 24/7. You’ll get the usual here – new and classic board and card games from $7/hour. For larger groups, book private rooms from $30/hour.

Now, this isn’t just a place for board games. Their menu is stacked with sandwiches, burgers, and pasta dishes to name a few. While you’re gaming, dishes such as Chicken Chop ($16.90), Chicken Bolognese ($16.90), and MC Mega Burger ($25.90) are sure to take care of your western food cravings.

Settlers Cafe By Mosanco
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18. Test drive the Tesla Model Y

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If you’re out shopping for a sweet new ride or considering switching over to an electric vehicle, test drive the newest Tesla Model Y in the month of February. The fully-electric car is said to be able to drive about 500km on a single charge. That’s like crossing the length of Singapore 10 times.

To see what the hype is about, make an appointment to experience it for yourself. Do note that you’ll need to be at least 25 years old and have a valid driver’s licence. 

Address: 9 Raffles Boulevard, Millenia Walk, #01-84, Singapore 039596
Opening hours: 11am-8pm, Daily
Contact: 800 492 2289 | Tesla website

19. Shop cute products at the Daiso x Threepy outlet at Capitol Piazza

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Daiso needs no introduction. You’ll know it for its multitude of household items for sale from $2.16 each. Those working in the CBD will be pleased to know that they’ve just opened a new outlet at Capitol Piazza, this time in collaboration with their lifestyle concept store, Threepy. 

Threepy is where you’ll find a similar range of household products and fashion accessories, but in cuter aesthetics. Think pastel colours, Disney motifs, and floral patterns.

Address: 13 Stamford Road, Capitol Piazza, #B1-22/27, Singapore 178905
Opening hours: 10am-10pm, Daily
Contact: 6342 0288 | Daiso website

20. Live out your Ninja Warrior dream at Action Motion

We’re always up for a little competition among friends. At Action Motion, you can do exactly that. This isn’t just another climbing gym, rather, this is where you can put your ninja skills to the test. Sure, technical climbing skills might give you an advantage, but newbie climbers will still be able to clear the obstacles here. 

As opposed to regular climbing, the obstacle courses put your agility to the test. If you’re one of those gifted with superior hand-eye coordination, you’ll get through ezpz.

Admission: Non-peak: (Tue-Fri): $45 | Peak (Sat-Sun & PH): $50
Address: 900 Bedok North Road, #02-07, HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir, Singapore 479994
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 12pm-8.30pm | Sat-Sun 10am-9.30pm (Closed on Mondays)
Contact: Action Motion Facebook 

21. Visit the new disability-friendly Punggol library

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The Punggol Regional Library at One Punggol doesn’t look like much at first glance. But you’ll be surprised at the unique amenities once you step in. This library is built to be user-friendly for those in wheelchairs and people living with disabilities.

Shelves and counters are positioned at a lower height for easier access. There are also interactive stations that have been fitted with large keyboards and larger font sizes for those with vision problems. 

Their vast collection of books also includes Braille versions for the vision-impaired. 2 of the 5 levels are currently open to the public, with the rest set to open in the following months.

Address: 1 Punggol Drive, One Punggol, #01-12, Singapore 828629
Opening hours: 12pm-9pm, Daily
Contact: National Library Board website

22. Sample unlimited cheese & wine at The Cheese Shop

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You and bae go together like cheese and wine, so what better to celebrate such an iconic pairing than at The Cheese Shop? Every Friday this month, there’ll be cheese and wine tastings where you can kope all the samples you want. There’ll even be cold cuts, crackers, and other accoutrements served as well.

Admission: $68 per/pax
Date: 10th, 17th & 24th February 2023
Time: 7pm-9:30pm
Venue: 267 Joo Chiat Road, #01-01, Singapore 427521
Contact: 9152 3601 | The Cheese Shop website

23. Bring your furry friends on a Pets Day Out at ECP

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Your furkids don’t have to be stuck at home this February. Pawrents looking for an activity that involves their pets can check out Pets Day Out at East Coast Park on 11th February. This event features free health checks for your pets, as well as adoption drives if you don’t have your own furchild yet. 

The event is free but there are additional pet health workshops and talks you can attend for an additional fee as well, such as a vet clinic tour ($35/parent and child pair).

If you miss this event, Pets’ Day Out also holds regular events at various parks islandwide.

Admission: Free
Date: 11th February 2023
Time: 10am-6pm
Venue: 902 East Coast Park Service Road, Coastal Playgrove, Singapore 449874
Contact: NParks website

24. Laugh your heart out at the Kumar Show

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If you’re all about that live, laugh, love lifestyle, we can at least have you laughing when you book tickets to the Kumar Show. The well-known stand up comedian  is back with another round of crude humour at Ikigai Izakaya at The Riverwalk.

Book tickets to The Kumar Show. 

The Kumar Show
Admission: $45.11
Date: 6th-7th & 13th-14th February 2023
Time: 7pm-10pm
Venue: 20 Upper Circular Road, Ikigai Izakaya, #B1-#01/06 The Riverwalk, Singapore 058416
Contact: 6786 6228 | Ikigai Izakaya Facebook

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More stand up comedy is on the menu this month with Punchline held at The Lemon Stand. Here, witness 9 newbies take on 3 professional comedians to see who can tell the best jokes. To sweeten the deal, The Lemon Stand is throwing in a half pint of beer with every ticket purchase.

Admission: $27.29
Date: 17th February 2023
Time: 8pm
Venue: 12 Queen Street, The Lemon Stand, #01-02, Singapore 188553
Contact: 9106 4920 | The Lemon Stand website

25. Get your wellness in check at Marina Bay Sands’ Glow Festival

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We’re 2 months into 2023, and if you haven’t started on your new year goals to get fit, get the kickstart you need at Glow Festival. The 8-day wellness festival has a multitude of workouts you can participate in, including yoga and HIIT.  

If you book online, classes are $49 each, while door tickets are $69/session, so chope your place early for a discount. For a wind down after all those workouts, Glow Festival will also be throwing its own after party located at Marquee Singapore on 12th February. 

Full Glow Festival schedule.

Purchase tickets to Glow Festival 2023.

Admission: $49/class (Early Bird) | $69/class (Standard)
Date: 4th-12th February 2023
Venue: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956
Contact: Glow Festival website

26. Bring the fam to a cycling festival at Singapore Sports Hub

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If you’d rather travel on 2 wheels than on 2 feet, check out the upcoming PedalFest at Singapore Sports Hub. The 2-day event has everything bicycle-related, including artwork, workshops, and even movie screenings.

Ensure you’re not endangering anyone while you’re cycling in public by signing up for the Road Safe Cycling workshops. You can even put your pedalling skills to the test with the daily eCycling tournament. The winner takes home $500 in cash and an all expenses paid cycling trip abroad. 

Admission: $38/pax (Free for kids below 12 accompanied by any paying adult)
Date: 11th-12th February 2023
Time: 11:30am-8:30pm
Venue: 1 Stadium Drive, Singapore Sports Hub, Singapore 397629
Contact: PedalFest Facebook

27. Sing along to nostalgic tunes by the Red Hot Chilli Peppers

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Children of the ‘80s and ‘90s, rock legends are making their way to Singapore this month. For one night only, the Red Hot Chili Peppers concert will have you rocking out to hits such as By The Way and tunes from their newest albums released last year.

Tickets are still available, but they’re selling out fast. If you’re planning to attend the show, be sure to get your tickets ASAP. 

Purchase tickets to the Red Hot Chili Peppers

Admission: From $138/pax
Date: 16th February 2023
Time: 8pm
Venue: 1 Stadium Drive, National Stadium, Singapore 397629
Contact (ticketing): 3158 8588 | Ticketmaster | SingPost outlets

New things to do in February 2023

I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again – no matter how small Singapore is, we will never run out of things to do. With these new events and openings, hopefully you’ll never say that Singapore is boring. Do keep an eye on this article as we will be updating it with more things to do as they pop up throughout the month. 

For more things to do, check these out too: 

Cover image adapted from: Giving, Mercure Singapore Tyrwhitt
 Original article published by Hafiq Hairuddin on 4th February 2023. Last updated by Kezia Tan on 17th February 2023.

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