Five things to do over the weekend of September 29-30

Whether you want to indulge your love for horror or for water parks, this weekend has a wide range of activities available for Singaporeans. From adults to kids, business persons and intellectuals, here is a list of events you can look forward to over the upcoming weekend.

1. Halloween Horror Nights 7

Halloween Horror Nights 7
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Universal Studios Singapore's annual scare event returns for another year. Not for the faint-hearted, this time the theme is ‘after the deadly sins’. Horror fans can look forward to the five spine-chilling haunted houses which open today for a month. This year's highlight is the Death Mall, where you'll navigate your way through a dilapidated shopping mall as malicious ghosts roam the corners.

When: September 29 to October 29, at 12:00 am
Where: Universal Studios Singapore
Entry: SGD55

2. ZAK Salaam India Expo-Singapore

ZAK Salaam India Expo-Singapore
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ZAK Salaam India Expo-Singapore is a four-day event which showcases products like offers opportunities for making new business contacts, familiarity with the latest engineering solutions and signature of cooperation agreements etc. in the Business Services industry. It is held at the Singapore Expo in Singapore.

When: September 28 to October 1, at 10:00 am
Where: Singapore Expo
Entry: Free

3. Golden Village’s Love and Pride Film Festival

Golden Village’s Love and Pride Film Festival
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Golden Village's Love and Pride Film Festival comes back with its ninth year armed with a stronger and wider selection of films, including Japanese drama Close-Knit and Teddy Award-winning Brazilian flick, Don't Call Me Son. Curated by the Singapore Film Society, the 12-day line-up of films all share the common theme of universal love and sexuality, offering the audience a series of critically acclaimed and thought-provoking cinematic pieces.

When: Ongoing until October 1, at 12:00 am
Where: Singapore city
Entry: SGD10 to SGD18


Fun Home
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Winner of five Tony Awards, including Best Musical, FUN HOME is a powerful coming-of-age tale based on Alison Bechdel’s best-selling autobiographical memoir of the same name. The result is a gripping portrayal of a daughter’s determination to connect with her enigmatic, volatile and brilliant father.

When: September 29 to October 15, at 3:00 pm and 8:00 pm
Where: Drama Centre Theatre, The National Library Building
Entry: SGD25 to SGD70

5. Liberty Wave

Liberty Wave
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Liberty Wave is a three-day Open Water Swim event that gives participants the full open water experience - from a welcome dinner that gives participants a chance to mingle with local and international swimmers, to an open water workshop conducted by world renown open water coach, author and champion Steven Munatones, and the actual race. There is also a kid's component where children aged 7 - 12 years old take part in a fun 300m swim to familiarize themselves with the open water conditions.

When: September 29 to October 1
Where: Casuarina Grove
Entry: SGD30 to SGD90

Garima Kapil
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How do you spend your time during Covid19 stay at home?

  • Watching movies and shows on Netflix, Aamazon Prime etc.
  • Physical activity, exercise, yoga, HIIT etc
  • Playing online games, PS4, X-box.
  • Reading books.
  • Making a list things you will do once this is over
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