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Quick Beats: September 2021

So begins the school holiday period, and September has some fantastic events to use your free time on! There’s also new openings and promotions to look forward to this month, so check out everything you need to know in our Quick Beats for September 2021.

Oasia Resort Sentosa

Oasia Resort Sentosa

If all you want to do is take a break and relax, Oasia Resort Sentosa can definitely help with that. Opening on 1 September, the resort offers a selection of wellness itineraries to detox the body, improve fitness, and promote mindfulness. These include HIIT and yoga classes, qi gong sessions, in-room guided workout videos via IPTV, and well-being workshops hosted by partnering brands and the resort’s trained professionals.

Alongside the resort is Oasia Spa, which features specialised facial and grooming treatments and full-body massages that combine traditional Thai massage, Japanese shiatsu pressure points, and Indian massage techniques.

Food is also taken care of with the resort’s signature restaurant, Bedrock Origin. Try their plant-based and keto-friendly options or indulge in  Bedrock’s signature steaks and exclusive seafood selection.

Date: 1 September
Location: 23 Beach View, Palawan Ridge, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098679

More information on Oasia Resort Sentosa can be found on their website. Details on Oasia Spa’s treatments can be found on their official page too.

COMEX Festival 2021

COMEX Festival 2021 Promo

COMEX has been the biggest IT and consumer technology show in Singapore for several years. It returns this year as COMEX Festival 2021, this time as an online and offline experience. While there won’t be a specific location for the event, consumers can still partake physically by visiting the retail stores of participating outlets.

Exhibitors for the festival include Challenger, Aftershock PC, Secretlab, Dell, Omnidesk, Dreamcore, Starhub and Acer, as well as new faces like Microsoft, Creative,

Garmin, Aiwa, Sennheiser, M1 and more. They will also collaborate with Shopee to bring even more promotions during 9.9, so be sure to be on the lookout!

Date: 2 to 12 September.

You can find more information on COMEX Festival 2021 on their official website or check out their Facebook page to see all the current promotions.


Quick Beats September 2021: Eatbox

Eatbox, the boutique version of the famous pop-up market Artbox Singapore, is getting a permanent location right by Rochor MRT to fulfil everyone’s gastronomical needs.

The creative food hall will feature 20 booths and 4 kiosks with international cuisines and fusion fares with the likes of Butcher The Burger Bar’s Butcher Truffle Eggstarter and Okinawa Onigiri’s freshly made Onigiri-Sandwich. Interactive murals are also installed onsite to update your gram profile, and it gets regularly refreshed every six to eight months for a fresh look!

Date: 3 September
Location: Tekka Place, 2 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 218227

More details about Eatbox can be found on their official website. You can also follow their social media pages on Facebook and Instagram for updates.

EggSlut Opening

Eggslut Construction

The famous egg-centric restaurant chain from Los Angeles Eggslut is set to debut in Singapore, bringing its egg-citing menu with them!

Date: September
Location: 6 Scotts Rd, #01-12, Singapore 228209

Follow all the updates in the lead up to Eggslut’s opening on their official Instagram page.

The SSCC Experience

Quick Beats September 2021: The SSCC Experience

Are you looking to ignite your child’s passion for music? Singapore Symphony Children’s Choir (SSCC) is giving you the opportunity with The SSCC Experience. 

It’s a half-day online programme for children between ages 8 to 12 that takes place across two days, giving them a glimpse of what it is like to be an SSCC chorister. SSCC’s very own conductors will be on hand to teach these budding choristers. They will learn various choral techniques and singing, basic knowledge in music and movement in songs, and vocal music notation and solfeggio. 

There will also be the opportunity to take part in a virtual choir presentation shared on Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO)’s Facebook and YouTube channel.

Date: 6 to 7 September
Location: Zoom (online)
Price: $60 per participant

Visit the official page for The SSCC Experience for more information.

Free Coffee from Flash Coffee

Flash Coffee celebrates one million cups sold in Asia with a free Americano or a Long Black to all customers. You can claim the complimentary cup of coffee through Flash Coffee’s mobile app followed by visiting any of the Flash Coffee stores island-wide.

Date: 7 September

You can find information on the locations for all of Flash Coffee’s stores and their full menu on their official website.

My Community Festival 2021

Quick Beats September 2021: My Community Festival 2021

My Community Festival 2021 lets people meet people from different cultures and backgrounds within the community through tours and workshops.

Among the programmes available is ‘My Rhyme and Rhythm’, which showcases the performing arts culture in Singapore, like the Flamenco dancers from Flamenco Sin Fronteras. ‘Cuba Gula-Gula Saya’ is another programme new to the festival, bringing you into the homes and communities of 13 home bakers and heritage sweet makers to savour traditional sweets from different countries.

Date: 10 September – 3 October

Visit their official website for more information on My Community Festival 2021 and their complete list of programmes.

September Activities at Singapore Sports Hub

Quick Beats September 2021: Singapore Sports Hub Stingray

Spend your September holidays with the various activities at Singapore Sports Hub! The kids can enjoy the Camposaur Kids Camp at the Sports Hub Library from 6 to 10 September, where there’s multi-sports activities, team building games, arts and craft workshops, dance fitness programmes, and even a museum visit.

Those slightly older can try the riding waves at Stingray, a half-pipe surfing facility within Splash-N-Surf — all you need to be is 1.2m tall to enjoy it! Shimano Cycling

World at Singapore Sports Hub also offers a free 30 to 45-minute guided tour through interactive exhibits to learn about the history of bicycles and their modern advancements. It is a must-go for cycling enthusiasts!

You can find more information on Singapore Sports Hub’s September activities on their website.

Liked any of the selections we have for you this month, or have others you think we should include in this list or the next? Let us know at [email protected], or slide into our DMs on Facebook and Instagram. See you next month!

Visuals courtesy of Oasia Resort Sentosa, COMEX, INVADE, Eggslut Singapore, Singapore Symphony Orchestra, My Community Festival and Singapore Sports Hub.

Russell Matthew Loh

Watcher of films and player of games. Dabble with writing in between.

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