weekends what to do singapore 7-8 oct 2023

5 FREE Activities to do in Singapore this Weekend (7 – 8 October 2023)

Wondering what to do this weekend? Here’s the SG Lifestyle Team’s weekly round-up of FREE WEEKEND ACTIVITES TO DO IN SINGAPORE (well, mostly free).

This includes a mixture of virtual/digital events/activities you can do at home, as well as physical events/places to visit/attend. Nevertheless, please do your due diligence to do your part to stay safe.

Recommended Advisory Notice: Let’s play our part to Stay Safe during this period:
Wear a mask and see a doctor promptly if you are sick! ⁣⁣
 Wash your hands regularly and properly using soap and water! ⁣⁣


1) Visit: Okinawa Matsuri

Drop by the IKURA Izakaya at West Coast Plaza to savor local favorites such as Goya Chanpuru, Rafute, Okinawa ramen and Awamori cocktails until 15 October 2023.


2) Visit: Biggest Baby Fair in SEA

Calling all mummies & daddies to drop by Expo Hall 5 for the BIGGEST Baby Fair in SEA this weekend.

 

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3) Visit: BIGV Chinatown Festive Market

Visit this festive market which features young entrepreneurs and support local businesses.


4) Visit: Travel Malaysia Fair Oct 2023

Gather your loved ones and be part of this unforgettable cultural celebration at the Travel Malaysia Fair Oct 2023.


5) Visit: Singapore Hokkien Lam Ann Festival 2023!

Indulge in authentic Hokkien cuisine, with a wide array of mouth-watering dishes available throughout the festival. From traditional delicacies to modern interpretations, there’s something to satisfy every palate. Happening at the Singapore Hokkien Lam Ann Festival 2023.


We hope you enjoy this week’s round-up of weekend activities to do in Singapore FOR FREE!

More importantly – stay safe and don’t say we NEVER share! 

Psst… Need even more ideas on what to do?

Read last week’s post: 

5 FREE Activities to do in Singapore this Weekend (30 September – 1 October 2023)

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