Are you ready for an exciting time in Singapore? From now to December 2023, the Lion City will be bustling with a calendar full of events that will keep you entertained and engaged.

Whether you’re a foodie, music lover, sports enthusiast or just someone who loves a good time, Singapore has something in store for you.


Tulipmania at Gardens by the Bay (now to 21 May)

Turkish tulips, which originated in Eastern Türkiye and were initially farmed by the Ottomans, give a new spin to the floral display featured in Tulipmania: Origins of the Tulip. The distinctively formed Turkish-grown tulips, whose shapes differ noticeably from those of other tulips, are one of the floral display’s attractions. More information here.

Color Pop! at Universal Studios Singapore (now to 21 May)

Universal Studios Singapore is celebrating a rainbow of thrills, so you can brighten up your day with a splash of colour! Keep a look out for street art and see if you can spot any of the colourful characters, the brand-new Rainbow Reunion Show, or the wildly popular Rhythm Truck 2.0 all at Color Pop!

Sea of Unseen Colours at S.E.A. Aquarium (now to 21 May)

Prepare to learn about the plankton, one of the sea’s tiniest wonders. Discover how these tiny marvels help other marine life with vibrant paintings. Watch the plankton and other colourful marine animals come to life with Singaporean artist AlmostAsthma’s illustrations and share using the fun Instagram effects. More information here.

Singapore Cocktail Festival (now to 21 May)

An array of fascinating Festival Village and City Takeover events are planned for Asia’s most anticipated cocktail party. The world’s finest mixologists and spirit producers will gather in Singapore for the Singapore Cocktail Festival (#SGCF2023), an unrivalled two-week ode to the cocktail. More information here.

Splashes of Colour at Adventure Cove Waterpark (now to 26 May)

Prepare yourself for waves of fun in a rainbow of vibrant inflatables. Dive into the vibrant Rainbow Reef to meet some amiable fish up close. Or choose a Ray Bay Encounter to get up close and personal with dozens of rays while feeding and interacting with them. More information here.

Design Orchard’s Mother’s Day collaboration (now to 15 June)

Mama on Palette and The Red Pencils have collaborated to create a social art show in which mothers are encouraged to submit their own ‘self-portrait’ of motherhood in the form of an artistic creation.

Pokémon Experience (now to 30 September)

Visitors to Mount Faber Peak, Harbourfront, and Sentosa will be able to see a spectacular line of 67 Poké Ball cabins rising 100 metres above sea level. More information here.

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience (now to October)

Experience a 360-degree multi-sensory exhibition fusing art and virtual reality and get lost in an exhibition of more than 300 pieces by the famous artist. More information here.

Welcome to the RWS Bunnyverse (now to December)

In an effort to bring forth world peace and prosperity, over 80 opulent bunnies have invaded Resorts World Sentosa. Take stunning pictures of the breathtaking beauty that is modern architecture. More information here.

Singapore Food & Wine Festival (15 to 28 May)

Indulge your senses for two weeks with a variety of exclusive gastronomic activities. Explore an epicurean journey, specially created for the festival, from Michelin-starred restaurants to theatrical chef displays. More information here.

Singapore International Festival of Arts (19 May to 4 June)

The Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA) features performances and exhibitions from a wide range of artistic disciplines. It’s a massive exhibition not to be missed! More information here.


i Light Singapore (1 to 25 June)

Asia’s largest sustainable light festival, i Light Singapore will transform Marina Bay into an incandescent spectacle for most of the month. More information here.

Rose Romance at Gardens by the Bay (2 June to 16 July)

Discover the Queen of Flowers in a garden where mystery and magic await. More information here.

Wellness Festival Singapore (7 June to 9 July)

The second Wellness Festival Singapore aims to empower people to embrace and sustain their holistic wellbeing journey and live their best life. More information here.


Orchid Extravaganza at Gardens by the Bay (28 July to 10 September)

Learn about the evolution of orchids in Southeast Asia as you travel through time. Discover the fascinating ancestry of the cultivated orchids we know and love, and join in the early explorers’ and plant hunters’ adoration and admiration of these fascinating plants. More information here.


Grand Prix Season Singapore (8 to 17 September)

Visit Singapore during Grand Prix Season and you’ll see the city come to life with thrilling events including outdoor performances and a myriad of unique pop-up experiences with a racing theme. More information here.

Singapore Design Week (21 September to 1 October)

Singapore Design Week is back for another year, and this time, the motto is ‘Better by Design’. More information here.

Chrysanthemum Charm at Gardens by the Bay (22 September to 13 November)

Enjoy the classic autumn flower — the chrysanthemum — a symbol of a long and prosperous life, as you stroll through a garden bathed in vivid autumn colours. More information here.

Mandai Wildlife Run (23 to 24 September)

Amazing animal interactions, sustainable workshops and activities, and a race village with well-curated fitness and wellness areas are some of the things you can expect during this event.


Singapore Watch Fair (18 to 22 October)

The Singapore Watch Fair, also known as ‘The Tent’, is held annually in the heart of Singapore’s bustling shopping district. It’s a panorama of savoir faire by the industry’s most accomplished independent watchmakers, who present and promote their visions of the ideal timepiece. More information here.


Anime Festival Asia (24 to 26 November)

C3 Anime Festival Asia, which began in 2008, is one of the largest (by attendance) and longest-running Japanese pop culture events in Southeast Asia. It focuses on bringing together lovers of Japanese anime, manga, and video games. More information here.

Poinsettia Wishes at Gardens by the Bay (24 November to 31 December)

Entertain yourself with the latest iteration of our unique end-of-year floral presentation, highlighted by the Magical Christmas Tree decked out in oversized ornaments reminiscent of a European Christmas. More information here.


Singapore Comic Con (9 to 10 December)

A locally produced East-meets-West pop culture B2C event, Singapore Comic Con brings together the comic, anime, toy, and gaming sectors. More information here.

Christmas Wonderland (date TBC)

Since its inception in 2014, Singapore’s annual Christmas Wonderland has been a hallmark of the city-state’s thrilling end-of-year celebrations, drawing in excess of 4.8 million visitors of all ages.

Marina Bay Singapore Countdown 2024 (31 December)

The Marina Bay Singapore Countdown is Singapore’s largest and most well-known New Year’s Eve celebration.