Top 10 Things to do in September 2016

Top 10 Things to do in September 2016

Singapore is constantly bustling with various activities every month. If you are racking your brains on all the cool stuff that can be done here, we present to you a list of various events and entertaining things to do in September 2016. Check out our fun and informative map in the 'Top 10 Things to do in September 2016' map on Anymap. If you are an Android or iPhone user, download the Anymap app, bookmark this map and browse through your places of interest. You can like the pins, comment and also share it with your friends.

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1. Ultra Singapore
Ultra Singapore Things to do in September 2016
Ultra, one of the biggest electronic dance music (EDM) festivals in the world, is coming to Singapore for the first time in Southeast Asia. Though tickets are priced at $194, 40 over DJs from all over the world are rocking 3 stages over 2 days! It is definitely worth the money. Hurry grab a friend and enjoy the whole day at Ultra Singapore together! Date: 10-11 September 2016
Website: https://ultrasingapore.com/




2. Asics City Relay
Asics City Relay Things to do in September 2016
This is the only night marathon where you can run past beautiful iconic landmarks in Singapore while completing the 42.195km run. Date: 24th September
Website: http://www.cityrelay.com.sg/




3. Grand Prix Season Singapore
Grand Prix Season Things to do in September 2016
It is finally the time of the year where you can watch race cars zoom past your eyes with deafening screeches with much thrill and excitement. Time to grab your F1 tickets today! Date: 16,17 and 18 September 2016
Website: http://www.singaporegp.sg/




4. Bare Your Sole Singapore
Bare your sole Things to do in September 2016
A charity walk with a slight twist? It is to walk barefoot to create awareness and fight against homelessness and poverty. Sign up and walk barefooted this day with your loved ones as you know you are doing it for a good cause! Date: 10 September 2016
Website: http://bareyoursole.sg/




5. Lantern Making Workshop
Lantern making Things to do in September 2016
In conjunction with the Mid-Autumn Festival, Esplanade Theatres By The Bay has made the making of your very own lantern possible! Express your creativity as you add colours using traditional Chinese ink painting methods and stencils on translucent paper. Tickets cost S$8 per pax and there are sessions held at 10.30am and 3pm. Date: 10, 11 September 2016



6. The Expat's Weekender Fair
Expat weekender fair Things to do in September 2016
The Expat Fairs is an exclusive boutique shopping event showcasing high quality handmade and limited edition goods by some of the best vendors in art, craft, food and design. To add to the ambiance, live music and busking performances would keep both the young and old entertained and merry. Date: 9,10, 11 September 2016 Time: 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Website: https://www.theexpatfairs.com/




7. COMEX 2016
COMEX 2016 Things to do in September 2016
Singapore's Largest It Exhibition is back! Trade-In, Redeem, Buy, Save, Win, Play, See, Touch, Capture & many more! Don't miss such a good opportunity! Mark this down in your calendar today! Date: 8,10,11 September 2016 Time: 11am to 9pm @ L3 , 12pm to 9pm @ L4&6
Website: http://www.comexshow.com.sg/




8. Big Bang Data Art Science Museum
Big Bang Data Things to do in September 2016
Big Bang Data is a show designed for the audiences of the 21st century. It reveals how data is transforming our future, as technology become ubiquitous in all our lives. How cool is that? Be sure to visit this September!



9. Parent-Child Workshop: DIY Snowskin Mooncakes
Snowskin Mooncakes Things to do in September 2016
Do you and your child love colourful, sweet and colourful mooncakes? This is a good experience on making mooncakes together with your child this mooncake festival! Date: 11 September 2016 Time: 11am & 2.30pm



10. Love, Light, Living Festival
Snowskin Mooncakes Things to do in September 2016
Celebrate September with a feast for your senses! Immerse yourself in festive colours and sounds with local Eurasian and Filipino communities. Date: 3, 4 September 2016 Venue: Asian Civilisations Museum Time: 1pm till 9pm on 3 September; 1 to 5pm on 4 September Free admission (includes free entry into Christianity in Asia)