Explore the Best of Singapore: Must-Try Unique Activities and Places!

November 20, 2023
Lorraine Chong
Singapore is bustling with exciting activities in November. Whether you’re a fan of magical experiences, outdoor adventures, or art exhibitions, there’s something for everyone. Let’s dive into the top picks for the month!

If you’re seeking a unique way to experience Singapore’s skyline, the Marina Bay Sands Yacht Cruise is a must-try. Unlike regular river cruises, this private tour offers a spacious setting where you can indulge in authentic Singaporean delights while cruising past iconic landmarks like Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, and the Singapore Flyer. Every Wednesday at 7:00 pm, head to One Degree 15 Marina for an unparalleled yacht journey.

For a family-friendly outdoor activity, consider the Beginner Anglers Course by My Fishing Frenzy Academy (MFFA). Let professional coaches guide your child in learning the art of fishing on Lazarus Island. The $108 adult and $98 child packages include fishing instruction, equipment, bait, a beginner’s handbook, and round-trip ferry tickets. Sunscreen is a must, and don’t forget your lunch and water. MFFA also offers advanced courses for those wanting to dive deeper into the world of fishing.

Learn more and book today!

Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience

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Calling all Potterheads! Immerse yourself in the magical world with the Forbidden Forest Experience. Walk through a spellbinding forest filled with interactive moments and captivating lighting. Encounter mythical creatures like Hippogriffs, Unicorns, and Nifflers. Grab your wand, cast spells, and even conjure a Patronus. Don’t miss this enchanting 45–60 minute adventure, starting February 3, 2024.

AFA Singapore 2023

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Anime lovers, mark your calendars for the 15th Asia Anime Festival in Singapore from November 24th to 26th. Experience I Love Anisong concerts, a food street, cosplay, and more. Secure your tickets early for a discounted price.

Immersive Disney Animation

Immersive Disney Animation​

Step inside your favorite Disney Animation Studios movies like never before with this 360-degree multi-sensory experience. From classics to modern blockbusters, witness iconic scenes in millions of pixels. Shows run from November 18th to December 31st at Sands Theatre.

LKY: The Experience

LKY: The Experience​ (Best of Singapore)

The Singapore Children’s Museum introduces a new exhibition, “LKY: The Experience.” Dive into over 20 immersive rooms telling the story of Singapore’s founding father, Lee Kuan Yew. Produced in collaboration with Lucid Experiences, TRCL, and the Community Foundation of Singapore, this exhibition unveils interesting facts in a captivating way. Open daily until December 31st.

Ronald Ventura: An Introspective

Ronald Ventura: An Introspective

Explore the complex world of Filipino artist Ronald Ventura at Tanjong Pagar Distripark until January 28, 2024. With intricate images and stylistic layers ranging from surrealism to cartoons, this exhibition is a visual feast. Admission fees vary, and group pricing is available.

Book your tickets for a journey through Ventura’s artistic evolution.

The Wonderfall at Changi Airport

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Experience ‘The Wonderfall,’ a breathtaking 14-meter multimedia display at Changi Airport Terminal 2. Running 24 hours a day, every 30 minutes, it offers a mesmerizing ASMR journey accompanied by epic music. Located beside check-in row 6, it’s a must-see for tourists and locals alike.

November in Singapore promises an array of captivating experiences. From magical forest adventures and anime festivals to immersive art exhibitions and multimedia wonders, there’s no shortage of excitement. Seize the opportunity and make the most of this vibrant month in the Lion City!

Stay tuned for more exciting activities; note that some events may extend into December! Keep an eye out for updates and enjoy the ongoing festivities. This dynamic city is constantly offering new and thrilling experiences for you to explore, making it truly the ‘Best of Singapore.’