20 New Things To Do In October 2021 For 2 Pax Date Activities With Bae Or Your BFF

20 New Things To Do In October 2021 For 2 Pax Date Activities With Bae Or Your BFF

Lifestyle Activities & Events
By Rachel on 01 Oct 2021
Senior Digital Editor

Oh boy, here we go again. Yup, restrictions are back for pretty much the entire month now, but at this point, are we even surprised anymore? It appears that 2021 is just a repeat of last year, but if it’s any comfort, the severity of cases isn’t as bad now that a majority of us have gotten our shots. So hang in there, and hopefully this will blow over by year end and we’ll truly enter the new normal instead of grappling with constant yoyo-ing.

Everyone deserves a breather in these trying times. If you’ve gotten both your doses and are looking for something to do beyond your four walls, here’s a list of 2 pax date activities in Singapore for October 2021 so you can still keep in touch with your friends or enjoy some out-of-home couple time together, on a smaller scale.

Read on for things to do in October 2021 in Singapore!

#1: Personalise your own outerwear with a denim jacket painting workshop

Denim jacket painting workshop Singapore Fun Drafting
Photo from Fun Drafting

Create your very own personalised outerwear with a Denim Jacket Painting Workshop by Fun Drafting, where you’ll get to paint your favourite character or preferred patterns on using fabric paint. 

Denim jacket painting workshop Singapore Fun Drafting
Photo from Fun Drafting

It doesn’t matter if you have shaky hands or aren’t great at art, as you can trace the outline of your design using a special projector before filling in your colours! This has made it possible for patrons to come up with more complex designs including Disney Princesses and Japanese-inspired motifs.

Denim jacket painting workshop Singapore Fun Drafting
Photo from Fun Drafting

There are various jacket styles, sizes, and shades to choose from, and you won’t have to fork out extra for yours as the cost of it and all other materials is already included in the workshop fees.

Denim jacket painting workshop Singapore Fun Drafting
Photo from Fun Drafting

As part of their opening promotion, prices for adults are $45 per person, and $89 for 2 pax ($44.50 per person). There are also family packages for those with kids.

Address: 2 Gambas Crescent, Nordcom 2, #09-35 Tower 2, Singapore 757044
Workshop timings: 10am - 1pm, 2pm - 5pm, or 7pm-10pm daily
Telephone: 91573363
Website

#2: Be wowed by death-defying stunts & acrobatics at theatrical circus, La Clique

La Clique Singapore
Photo from La Clique

La Clique is so much more than a circus; It’s also a contemporary cabaret, live music gig, and cheeky comedy show all rolled into one. From fire eating to sword swallowing and a ton of death-defying acts that are both thrilling and graceful - including the trapeze, a flying lamp post act, and an acrobatic roller-skating duo - every segment will have you wide-eyed, at the edge of your seat.

La Clique Singapore
Photo from La Clique

Having caught the 1.5-hour show ourselves, we must say that it’s worth a watch. The intimate, circular set-up of the seats is such that you’ll get a good eyeful of the fun in store even if you’re at the last row. If you do, however, decide to snag a front row space, be prepared for a bit of a splash from the first steamy act! ;) You’ve been warned.

La Clique Singapore
Photo from La Clique

Date: Until 7 November 2021
Time: 4.30PM or 8PM
Location: Marina Bay Sands Theatre
Price: From $92. Book your tickets here.
Website

#3: Cuddle fluffy kitties at Paws Claws cat cafe

Paws Claws cat cafe Singapore
Photo from Paws Claws

Singapore’s newest cat cafe, Paws Claws, is a little different from the rest. For one, they’re all personal pets of the owner and super pampered - so there’s no need to worry about any ethical issues that are often associated with animal cafes. Another thing is that these felines are all Ragamuffins, so every one of them is fluffy, docile, and unique-looking. Some even have folded ears, a characteristic of the Scottish Fold!

Paws Claws cat cafe Singapore
Photo from Paws Claws

Entry is only $12 and patrons will receive a complimentary Kitty Meringue Biscuit. They do have plans to serve affordable cakes and beverages in the future, so keep a lookout for that!

Read our full article on Paws Claws cat cafe here.

#4: Embark on a sunset yacht cruise with BBQ dinner and free-flow champagne

Yacht cruise BBQ Singapore
Photo from YachtCruiseSG

Can’t take time off for a 3-day cruise getaway, but still need a ? Embark on a 2.5-hour Sunset City Skyline BBQ Dinner Cruise with YachtCruiseSG for just $119 per person, with a freshly grilled dinner all settled by the crew in the second half of the round trip. To amp up the experience, you can make a small top up $20 for free-flow wine or champagne. Now that’s what we call a solid deal!

On top of barbecued meat and seafood, there will also be a bento of ready-to-eat Asian dishes packed with rice. A photo souvenir will be included as part of the package too.

Yacht cruise BBQ Singapore
Photo from YachtCruiseSG

The yacht will disembark from ONE ̊15 Marina at Sentosa Cove and sail off to Marina Bay before making its rounds past Lazarus Island, Sisters Islands, and St. John’s Island before returning to the start point.

Yacht BBQ cruise Singapore
Photo from YachtCruiseSG

If you’re looking for more affordable packages or don’t require food on board, there are other yacht experiences you can book with them starting from just $50. Check them out here.

Cruise timings: Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday, & Public Holidays, 6pm or 8.30pm
Website

#5: Get spooked at the Halloween Horror Nights Exhibition 2021

Halloween Horror Nights 2021 Singapore
Photo from Resorts World Sentosa

The 10th edition of HHN in Singapore is a little different from previous years’. Due to current restrictions, the annual spookfest will be back this year as the Halloween Horror Nights Exhibition - where you’ll get a glimpse of how the costumes, props, and setups from the past 9 years have come to life.

It’s not quite the same as the usual haunted houses and scream zones, but hey, we’ll take it - this sure beats having it cancelled like last year. Besides, it’s rare that one gets such a close behind-the-scenes look of this intricately-planned event, so grab this unique opportunity while you can - we might not get a similar chance next year!

Halloween Horror Nights 2021 Singapore
Photo from Resorts World Sentosa

According to Resorts World Sentosa, this exhibition may not be suitable for those under 16 years of age so we already know it’s gonna be pretty darn intense! Keep your wits about you, and try not to pee your pants. Do note that tickets must be booked in advance.

Date: Until 7 November 2021
Time: 6pm - 10pm
Location: Universal Studios Singapore, Sentosa
Price: $49 for After Dark tickets (from 6pm) | $69 for general admission
Website

#6: Soak in a Japanese-inspired bath at Shiruki Studio, a new contactless massage spa

Shiruki Studio hydrotherapy spa Singapore
Photo from Shiruki Studio

Take it from the owner of Shiruki Studio himself who’s a living, walking testament of his own treatment - water therapy is more powerful than you may think. Once a competitive squash player, Zee suffered body aches and injuries as most sportspeople do, and eventually ended up with multiple slipped discs as well as torn meniscus in both knees. In fact, he even needed a walking aid at one point.

Shiruki Studio hydrotherapy spa Singapore
Photo from Shiruki Studio

All that changed when he came across Ultrasonic Hydrotherapy, which helped repair his body and aid in its self-healing. Using the power of the same technology, he then founded Shiruki Studio, which uses hydrotherapy baths inspired by Japan’s onsens for no-contact massages, through water, heat, bubbles, and healing essential oils. In fact, he’s sworn off painkillers and antibiotics since 2001, and instead uses his baths as a fix for sore muscles and tired joints.

Shiruki Studio hydrotherapy spa Singapore
Photo from Shiruki Studio

Still skeptical? We’ll have you know that hydrotherapy is backed by Science. How this works is that the billions of air bubbles in the water, coupled with an optimum heat, releases high levels of oxygen and negative ions that improve blood circulation, boost the immune system, better your skin condition, and even help in slimming! It’s suitable for anyone including seniors, ladies who suffer in high heels often, and diabetics with swollen feet. 

Shiruki Studio hydrotherapy spa Singapore
Photo from Shiruki Studio

Prices are surprisingly affordable - it’s only $28 for a Foot Bath and $36 for a Full Body Bath. Head down to their calming outlet in the East to experience the magic for yourself - and spot the adorable wall art featuring a Japanese macaque soaking in a tub with Mount Fuji in the background.

Shiruki Studio hydrotherapy spa Singapore
Photo from Shiruki Studio

Address: 160 Changi Road, #02-08 HexaCube, Singapore 419728
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 12pm - 8pm (Closed on Monday and PHs)
Telephone: 9199 0321 (WhatsApp)
Website

#7: Relive your teenage years with neoprints by Dollop Print Club

Neoprints Singapore Dollop Print Club
Photo from Dollop Print Club

It’s finally happened, 80’s and 90’s kids. Neoprints aka purikura have made a much-anticipated comeback thanks to Dollop Print Club, the same people behind Dollop Automat Self Studio. Much like what we remember from our teenage years, these instant photo booth machines allow you to add cute stickers, borders, and doodles to your snapshots before they’re printed out as strips to divide with your friends.

Neoprints Singapore Dollop Print Club
Photo from Dollop Print Club

At present, there are at least 3 of such booths across malls in Singapore, and prices cost just $10 for 2 strips - which works out to just $5 per person if you go in a pair.

Read our full article Dollop Print Club’s neoprint machines here.

#8: Cruise along a neon-lit track with Sentosa’s Night Luge

Night Luge Sentosa Singapore
Photo from Skyline Luge

Sentosa’s Skyline Luge has been operating as a day attraction for years now, but their Night Luge - which ended its run a while ago - is finally back! Cruise along a mesmerising neon-lit track on a sled-like car, which you will manoeuvre by swinging its handles from left to right, and race your buddy to see who can get to the end first!

Night Luge Sentosa Singapore
Photo from Skyline Luge

No driving licenses are required. The experience is less intense than go-karting, but adrenaline-inducing all the same - navigating your way up and down those undulating paths is made all the more exciting with the rainbow lights illuminating the way!

Night Luge Sentosa Singapore
Photo from Skyline Luge

Night Luge sessions are held on Fridays and Saturdays from 7pm to 9.30pm. We recommend arriving after the sun sets so that the lights can shine more vibrantly against the darkness.

Address: 1 Imbiah Road, Sentosa, Singapore 099692
Opening hours: Sunday, Monday, Thursday: 11am - 7.30pm | Friday & Saturday: 11am - 9.30pm (Closed on Tuesday & Wednesday)
Telephone: 6274 0472
Website

#9: Fix broken pottery with liquid gold at a Japanese kintsugi workshop

Kintsugi workshop Singapore
Photo from Cineleisure

You’ve probably heard of the Japanese art of kintsugi, which involves fixing broken pottery with gold lacquer instead of simply glueing them back or tossing them in the bin. Find beauty in imperfections with The Healing Art of Modern Kintsugi with Gold & Behold - the first and only of its kind in Singapore at present.

Kintsugi workshop Singapore
Photo from Gold & Behold

 

In this 2-hour session, you’ll be intentionally breaking ceramic items like bowls and plates - all with slight defects and specially acquired for upcycling - and using hand-mixed gold powders and lacquer to give them a new breath of life. Your one-of-a-kind piece can then be used to hold trinkets, keys, or simply serve as decor for your home.

Kintsugi workshop Singapore
Photo from Gold & Behold

Slots for October are selling fast, but if you don’t manage to snag an ideal spot, keep a lookout for their upcoming schedule - more slots should be released in time to come.

Date: Saturdays
Time: Check out their full list of time slots here.
Location: Pig Pig Hooray Studio
Price: $118
Website

#10: Cycle on the waters of Pasir Ris Beach with Singapore's first Water Bike rental

Waterbike Singapore
Photo from Waterbike Singapore

Walking on water may only be for the divine, but you can now cycle on the seas of Pasir Ris Beach with Singapore’s first-ever Water Bike rental. It works just like a regular land bicycle, but in place of wheels are a pair of long floats that allow you to effortlessly glide through water at up to 15km/h.

Waterbike Singapore
Photo from Waterbike Singapore

It’s perfectly safe even if you can’t swim, as life jackets will be provided. In any case, with the special catamaran configuration of the bikes, capsizing is virtually impossible. You’ll also be given walkie talkies for communication with your friends and the ground team, as well as a dry bag to store your valuables.

Waterbike Singapore
Photo from Waterbike Singapore

Vampires who are concerned about the sun ruining their makeup or causing burns needn’t worry - you can always opt to have a wind-proof umbrella installed to your bike for shade. In fact, a pet tandem board can also be added so your furkid (up to 30kg) can sit and relax as you pedal along.

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Waterbike Singapore
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Rates per person are $30 for 1 hour, $50 for 2 hours ($25 per hour), and $70 for 3 hours (~$23.30 per hour).

Address: 159T Jalan Loyang Besar, Campsite 1 Pasir Ris Park, Singapore 506927
Opening hours: Weekends, by appointment only
Price: $30 for 1 hour | $50 for 2 hours | $70 for 3 hours
Website

#11: Revel in all things Mickey-related with a Disney pop-up exhibition

Pop-Up Disney A Mickey Celebration Singapore
Photo from Disney

Mickey Mouse is bringing his funhouse to Suntec City with Pop-Up Disney! A Mickey Celebration, where tons of vibrant installations and photo spots await. These include a psychedelic mirrored room, giant bow sofa, mural gallery, and mesmerising Sorcerer Mickey's Magic Room - a dark, star-lit space that’s reminiscent of teamlab’s exhibitions.

Pop-Up Disney A Mickey Celebration Singapore
Photo from Disney

Apart from these are also prints of the classic Mickey Mouse comics in black and white, as well as a Mickey at Disneyland zone - the closest we can get to the Happiest Place on Earth in the meantime.

Pop-Up Disney A Mickey Celebration Singapore
Photo from Disney

Read our full article on Pop-Up Disney! A Mickey Celebration here.

#12: Spend some time in nature at Bukit Gombak Park, located on a hill

Bukit Gombak Park Singapore
Photo from @chen.li.xia via Instagram

We could all do with some fresh air from time to time, and the newly-opened Bukit Gombak Park (not to be confused with Bukit Gombak Nature Park) is a new nature spot where you can get just that. Located on a hill, this tranquil space with an open lawn, a dog run, and sloping looped trek path also has a butterfly garden.

Bukit Gombak Park Singapore
Photo from @eugenefanxixxi via Instagram

 

It’s a node in the Bukit Batok Nature Corridor, which forms a link between the Central Nature Park Network and Tengah Forest Corridor. If you’re up for a bit of a sweat, make your way from here to Bukit Batok Nature Park, and further on to Hindhede Nature Park and Bukit Timah Nature Reserve - or vice versa.

Bukit Gombak Park Singapore
Photo from NParks

There’s a new Whisk & Paddle here, the cafe’s second outlet. This one’s in a glasshouse-like building which will give you views of greenery as you dine.

Whisk & Paddle Bukit Gombak
Photo from @randomfuuds via Instagram

Address: Along Bukit Batok West Avenue 5, opposite Bukit Batok Driving Centre
Opening hours: 24 hours
Website

#13: Admire art while getting a manicure at Singapore’s first art gallery beauty salon

White Pyramid Gallery Nail Bar Singapore
Photo from White Pyramid Gallery

Singapore’s first contemporary art gallery and beauty salon, White Pyramid Gallery & Nail Bar, has just opened their doors for a unique pampering experience that’ll have you surrounded by art - not on your nails, but all over the walls too.

White Pyramid Gallery Nail Bar Singapore
Photo from @reenasosweet via Instagram

It’ll certainly be a luxurious session as your hands get TLC with premium Margaret Dabbs products, while you feast your eyes on exquisite painted portraits, therapeutic nature murals, and other artwork by illustrators hailing from Singapore, South Africa, and Italy.

White Pyramid Gallery Nail Bar Singapore
Photo from White Pyramid Gallery

Manicures here cost $39 for Express and $69 for Express Gel. Alternatively, treat yourself to the Classic service (from $48) which includes a complimentary foot bath, nail sculpting, cuticle care, and a soothing massage.

White Pyramid Gallery Nail Bar Singapore
Photo from White Pyramid Gallery

Address: 232 River Valley Road, Singapore 238290
Opening hours: 11am - 9pm daily
Telephone: 8891 2852
Website

#14: Feel like you’re in England’s countryside at this quaint cottage-like building

St George's Church Singapore
Photo from @wilsonisalmostsexy / @chervonkhoo via Instagram

It’s hard to believe that this is something you can find in Singapore, but St. George's Church will transport you to England’s countryside with its cottage-like appearance and garden full of colourful blooms. All you need is to don a flowy sundress or skirt, a straw hat, and your Instagram Boyfriend at the ready for winning snapshots that look straight out of a travel lookbook.

 

St George's Church Singapore
Photo from @wilsonisalmostsexy / @chervonkhoo via Instagram

Read our full article on St. George’s Church here.

#15: Sign up for Tiong Bahru Bakery’s new sourdough workshop

Tiong Bahru Bakery Sourdough Workshop
Photo from Tiong Bahru Bakery

Those who are fans of Tiong Bahru Bakery’s famous sourdough bakes will want to sign up for their brand new sourdough workshop where you’ll be learning how to create your own bread - using a special 160-year-old starter given to Chef Paul when he was working at Slow Bakery in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Tiong Bahru Bakery Sourdough Workshop
Photo from Tiong Bahru Bakery

All materials including a starter kit and bread lame will be provided, so you can continue baking your own heavenly creations using the same recipe and the skills you’ve learnt during the workshop. The beginner class ($165.85) is an intense 4-hour one, but don’t be intimidated, as it’s designed to be detailed and hands-on while remaining noob-friendly.

Tiong Bahru Bakery Sourdough Workshop
Photo from Tiong Bahru Bakery

There also will be a scheduled refreshment break midway, which includes Tiong Bahru Bakery’s pastries and drinks at no extra cost!

Tiong Bahru Bakery Sourdough Workshop
Photo from Tiong Bahru Bakery

The workshops will be held at TBB Foothills, which is housed in a restored swimming complex surrounded by nature. Check out their class schedule here.

Address: 70 River Valley Road, #01-05 The Foothills at Fort Canning Park, Singapore 179037
Workshop timings: Beginner: Wednesday & Thursday 2pm - 6pm | Intermediate: Saturday 2pm - 7pm
Telephone: 6877 4865
Website

#16: Visit Orchestral Manoeuvres, the newest exhibition at ArtScience Museum

Orchestral Manoeuvres ArtScience Museum Singapore
Photo from ArtScience Museum

Sound is all around us, and Orchestral Manoeuvres: See Sound. Feel Sound. Be Sound at ArtScience Museum will help you see - or rather hear - it in a whole new light. Through various types of sound art, you’ll learn how to listen more closely to what’s around you, and push the boundaries of how we can create our own music,

Orchestral Manoeuvres ArtScience Museum Singapore
Photo from ArtScience Museum

Some of the works on display include a piano that plays itself, unique music instruments you might not have known of before, and a rose gold metallic sculpture that vibrates as deep bass tones play, in turn amplifying those sound waves.

Orchestral Manoeuvres ArtScience Museum Singapore
Photo from ArtScience Museum

There’s even a cute segment with clips of cats playing pianos - created via sound manipulation from an existing serious tune, made fun.

Orchestral Manoeuvres ArtScience Museum Singapore
Photo from ArtScience Museum

Date: Until 2 January 2022
Time: 10am - 7pm (last entry at 6pm)
Location: ArtScience Museum
Price: $16 for Adults
Website

#17: Learn how to play a ukulele at a high-rise skypark with scenic beach views

Ukulele by the beach workshop Sentosa Singapore
Photo from Sentosa

Looking to try something new with your partner? Pick up some sick uke skills together with a Ukulele By The Beach session at the AJ Hackett SkyPark at Sentosa, located high up at 50 metres with a panoramic view of the sea.

Ukulele by the beach workshop Sentosa Singapore
Photo from Sentosa

The one-time workshop is suitable even for those with zero music background, and despite its lighthearted nature, you’re gonna be able to strum some simple chords, get your rhythm in check, and eventually play some songs to serenade bae with by the end of it - all while the setting sun casts a golden glow in the background.

Ukulele by the beach workshop Sentosa Singapore
Photo from Sentosa

Date: Mondays, until end November 2022
Time: 5pm - 6pm or 6.30pm - 7.30pm
Location: SkyPark Sentosa by AJ Hackett
Price: $10 (fully redeemable for $10 worth of F&B)
Website

#18: Check all the self photo studios in Singapore off your list

Photobytes self photo studio Singapore
Photo from Photobytes

Ditch those awkward selfies with your outstretched arm in the frame, and have an upgraded experience at a self photo studio where you can snap cute studio-quality pictures with your partner using just a remote control. There are at least 7 self photo studios in Singapore at present, with themes ranging from black and white, to Korean minimalist, and retro-inspired. One of them even has a sunset lamp!

Self photo studios in Singapore
Photo from STUDIO03 ROOM

Read our full article on 7 self studios in Singapore here.

#19: Admire the Miffy-themed Mid-Autumn displays at Gardens by the Bay

Mid-Autumn Gardens by the Bay 2021
Photo from @hello_its_asia via Instagram

There’s still time to catch Gardens by the Bay’s Mid-Autumn lantern installations before they end their run on 3 October. This year’s decor seems to be focused on rabbits, with a Rabbits Trail as well as a massive lantern sculpture snaking up a Supertree, featuring a pair of bunnies releasing sky lanterns as enchanting music plays in the background,

Mid-Autumn Gardens by the Bay 2021
Photo from Gardens by the Bay

But that’s not all there is to the rabbit theme, for the cartoon character Miffy also makes an appearance in the Flower Dome, where the Miffy Gardens lie. This includes a mix of glowing lantern flowers amidst real blooms, surrounded by osthmanthus trees.

Mid-Autumn Gardens by the Bay 2021
Photo from Gardens by the Bay

In addition to these are a romantic grove of origami crane trees, Korean hanoks, and illuminated oriental pagodas.

Read our full article on Gardens by the Bay’s Mid-Autumn set-ups here.

#20: Pamper yourself with a $30 nett full-body massage deal

LifeSpa Singapore $30 nett massage
Photo from LifeSpa

Although National Day is long over, there are still NDP e-vouchers that have yet to expire. Out of the many available allows you to enjoy a $30 nett 1-hour full-body massage at LifeSpa, a spa with 3 locations including Orchard Gateway and Carlton Hotel. You get a choice out of 3 types of massages too, including one infused with avocado.

LifeSpa Singapore $30 nett massage
Photo from The Red Marker

Make your booking on a weekday and you’ll be entitled to a free 15-minute Anti-Ache Therapy session (worth $85) too!

Read our full article on LifeSpa’s $30 nett massages here.

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