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  • Suspended 75 metres high and spanning 450 metres, Sentosa’s MegaZip lets you fly through treetops.You can also enjoy a bungee-assisted trampoline, a 15-metre high climbing wall, a 15-metre drop and a36-metre-high treetop obstacle course.
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  • This adventure park named after the famous Australian daredevil welcomes you to bungee jump, swing on a Giant Swing, swoop on a Top Swing, as well as walk across a lofty Skybridge and down a hair-raising Vertical Skywalk. You’ll be awarded a certificate upon completing your heart-racing tasks.
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  • Singapore River Festival

    Singapore River Festival

    Indulge your taste buds at some of Singapore’s best restaurants, located in Robertson Quay, Boat Quay and Clarke Quay. Afterward, take a stroll along the banks of our historic river during the Singapore River Festival with your family, where you’ll be amazed by the talents of street performers and also get to take part in an assortment of fringe activities.
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  • Pull the vines aside and meander along the path to where a lush and luminous universe awaits you at Singapore Zoo. Meet the Creature Crew, a quirky group of unlikely heroes, and join them on an adventure to discover their enchanted world. Asia’s first multimedia night walk experience at a wildlife park will surely be an unforgettable experience for all ages.
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  • The Chan Sisters got taste of Singapore culture in the Katong precinct at Chin Mee Chin Confectionery and Rumah Bebe.
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  • Join Martina on a cultural trip around Katong and Chinatown, perfect for those seeking a slice of history and culture in Singapore.
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  • Follow Caroline as she starts her morning like a champion at Tiong Bahru Market and swing her way into Sentosa for an afternoon of island adventures.
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  • Join in the merriment of Deepavali, also known as the Festival of Lights, which is a mesmerising celebration of the triumph of light over darkness and good over evil. Celebrated by Hindus around the world, Deepavali is best experienced in the heritage precinct of Little India, where colourful lights anddecorations line Serangoon Road and Race Course Road. Visitors to Little India can look forward toexperiencing a host of vibrant cultural events, and taking their pick from festive delicacies and traditional garments.

    Date: 22 Sep – 30 Nov
    Venue: Little India
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  • With the theme of Infinite Fear, fans can expect a never-ending cycle of fear, thrills and countless scares. Experience one of the most horrifying tales in Asian folklore such as the legend of the Pontianak and survive vampire-laden secret rooms in Killuminati, the most interactive haunted house ever created in the history of Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Horror Nights.

    Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Horror Nights 8 will be remarkably different from previous editions with the first-ever tie-up with a popular TV series. This year, Universal Studios Singapore will collaborate with Netflix to bring to life its critically-acclaimed series, Stranger Things.

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    Event may be too intense for young children and is not recommended for children under the age of 13. No costumes or masks allowed.
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  • Picture this — bustling city traffic, the shimmering Singapore River, and you hurtling towards it all at 120 kilometres per hour. Do just that on the GX-5 Extreme Swing, a thrill-ride-slash-swing that seats up to five and stands at a height of 50 metres. Or, be flung 60 metres skyward on the G-MAX Reverse Bungy, hitting speeds of up to 100 kilometres per hour.
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