Top 10 things to do in Singapore in September

Here's our guide to what's happening throughout September 2018 in Singapore
F1 Singapore Grand Prix
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By Time Out Singapore editors |
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Rev up your engines this month as the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix returns for another high-octane weekend full of turbo action, electrifying concerts and glitzy after-parties. And that's not all – fasten your seatbelt for Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Singapore, the Shakespeare's Globe, The Great Food Festival and more. Looks like the month of September is turning out to be an exhilarating one. 

Our September 2018 highlights

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The GREAT Food Festival
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Things to do, Food and drink events

The GREAT Food Festival

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Take your taste buds on the ultimate culinary journey at this mega food fest. Cooking up a storm this year are international culinary stars such as one-Michelin-starred chefs Masayasu Yonemura, Scott Webster and Sam Leong, as well as Cat Cora, Susur Lee, Oliver Piras, Francesco Brutto and more. The festival is split into several zones, promising something for everyone.

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Universal Studios Singapore - Halloween Horror Nights
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Halloween Horror Nights

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Not for the faint-hearted – Universal Studios Singapore's annual scare event returns for another year of terror. Brace yourself for a Universal-meets-Netflix special with the highly anticipated Stranger Things haunted house, featuring 12 thematic rooms including the menacing Hawkins National Laboratory, to the Byers home adorned with an erratic display of flashing Christmas lights and the eerie Upside Down woods. Asian horror also takes centre place in this year's edition – come face-to-face with a Chinese secret society of vampires in Killuminati, feel the chill in your spine as you tread carefully in a Malay village to escape the infamous long-hair ghost in Pontianak and step back in time to the Edo-era of Japan in The Haunting of Oiwa. 

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The Piano Guys

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YouTube sensation – The Piano Guys – returns with their signature classical take on mainstream pop tunes. Along with Jon Schmidt on piano and Steven Sharp Nelson on cello, videographer Paul Anderson and producer Al van der Beek make up the team behind the successful series of self-made videos which have garnered over one billion views since 2009.

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