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The best things to do in Singapore in September 2019

Gear up for all the on-track and off-track action in this buzzing city

Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix
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September in Singapore has become synonymous with the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix, but the high-speed action and world-class entertainment aren't the only ones keeping the city wide awake. Fill up your tank and rev up your engines for a high-octane September with top music acts, plenty of comedy heroes, interesting interactive exhibitions, and of course, the Mid-Autumn Festival to mark the end of the autumn harvest.

This month, burn your energy at the F1 Grand Prix and all its concerts and after-parties, indulge in delicious mooncakes and light up lanterns at Moonfest, experience the thought-provoking theatrical production Caught, laugh out loud with Joe Wong and The Try Guys, boogie down with The 1975, Al McKay's Earth, Wind & Fire Experience, and more.

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City Hall: If Walls Could Talk
National Gallery Singapore
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City Hall: If Walls Could Talk

National Gallery Singapore, City Hall

Imagine the secrets that lie behind the walls of City Hall. If your curiosity is piqued, journey through this immersive multimedia experience and uncover the lesser-known tales of Singapore’s most pivotal moments including major historical events that took place in the iconic building via the Gallery’s interactive digital wall.

An Old New World: From the East Indies to the Founding of Singapore, 1600s – 1819
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An Old New World: From the East Indies to the Founding of Singapore, 1600s – 1819

National Museum of Singapore, City Hall

Travel back in time to the bustling trading port of the East Indies that drew the attention of the Dutch and British East India Companies. The East Indies were the centre of the spice trade, comprising the Malay Peninsula and Indonesian Archipelago. But the European arrival is only a fraction of its longer history. Uncover the other factors at play leading up to the events of 1819 through this informative exhibition.

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