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Things to Do This October in Singapore

Halloween Horror Nights (until Oct 31)

Get your freak (out) on at Resorts World Sentosa’s seasonal scarefest, featuring four haunted houses and three scare zones. Don’t miss this year’s “True Singapore Ghost Stories: The MRT,” a collaboration with local ghost writer Russell Lee. $68 and up.

The Expat Fairs (until Oct. 11)

Whip out that credit card and shop for handpicked art, delish snacks, limited-edition fashion and accessories and more. Better yet, sip on a refreshing cuppa after your afternoon spree at the new East Side extension of The Grandstand’s gourmet market, PasarBella.

Chinglish (until Oct. 25)

Much like Dorothy in Oz, American businessman Daniel Cavanaugh gets lost in translation in a colourful menagerie of characters during a business trip to China. Pangdemonium’s latest production hilariously explores culture and communication. In English and Mandarin. Drama Centre Theatre. $30 and up.


Perspectives Film Festival 2015 (until Oct. 18)

Whether you’re a film buff or simply want weekend entertainment, Perspectives fits the bill. See films like Watership Down and Landscape In The Mist; sign up for director Martin Rosen’s masterclass. $12 and up.


Singapore Restaurant Week (until Nov. 1)

Treat your taste buds at the 11th edition of Restaurant Week, highlighting more than 100 dining establishments. Each donates a portion of its revenue to help raise funds for The Food Bank Singapore. Menu, prices and restaurants at restaurantweek.sg.


Totem by Cirque du Soleil (until Nov. 22)

Cirque Du Soleil’s blue-and-yellow big top returns to Singapore with Totem, about mankind’s evolution. Expect the usual jaw-dropping acrobatics, coupled with cutting-edge digital eff ects and lavish costumes. Tickets from $98.


From Singapore with Love (Oct. 31)

It’s black tie-only at The Sarah-Grace Sarcoma Foundation’s annual dinner and dance. 6 pm to 1 am. St Regis ballroom.


The Finder, October 2015


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