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7 Things to Do in Singapore: April 2023

Been bored recently? Want a little spontaneous excitement? Then, take a peek at our list of Try What Now’s — a series dedicated to showing what you (and your family and friends) can experience in Singapore for the coming month!

April brings a variety of activities that you can experience with your family and friends! So whether you are looking for new kicks (Sneaker Con SEA), fancy a nice satisfying drink (BREWFEST 2023), or want to get some adrenaline pumping with sports (HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens 2023), there is something for everyone. See what is in store this month here!

Sneaker Con SEA

Things to do in Singapore Aoril 2023: SneakerCon SEA

Sneakerheads unite as Sneaker Con SEA makes its way to Singapore, bringing the best street culture offers. Dubbed “The Greatest Sneaker Show on Earth”, the event presents many highlights that enthusiasts can take part in.

Those looking to upgrade their wardrobe or sell their wares can head over to the Trading Pit to strike deals on footwear, clothing, and accessories. There are also panel discussions by notable figures in the streetwear scene and exclusive merch on offer at the event. For extra fun, you can participate in the top bins challenge for prizes or cheer on your favourite team in the 3×3 basketball competition.

Date: 1 April to 2 April
Location: Singapore Expo Hall 5, 1 Expo Dr, Singapore 486150
Price: S$42 (One-day pass), S$75 (Two-day pass), S$65 (VIP ticket)
Opening hours: 11am to 8pm

For more information on Sneaker Con SEA, visit their official website. Additionally, tickets can be purchased at Eventbrite.

Transformers: Rise Of The Beasts Statues World Tour

Things to do in Singapore Aoril 2023: Transformers

It’s your last chance to come face-to-face with the giant robots from Transformers! Life-size statues of Optimus Prime and Optimus Primal are on display at Gardens by the Bay, so be sure to snap some pictures with them before catching their newest film in June.

Date: Till 10 Aptil 2023
Location: Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Price: Free

PetExpo 2023

Things to do in Singapore Aoril 2023: PetExpo

Enjoy a weekend full of furry joy as PetExpo — Singapore’s Largest Pet Event — returns. Among the activities available are pet competitions you can enter with your animal friend and workshops to help you better connect with your pet. The best part is that you’ll be surrounded by lovable creatures all around the event, as all pets are welcome!

Date: 14 to 16 April 2023
Location: Singapore Expo Hall 6, 1 Expo Dr, Singapore 486150
Price: S$5 (One-day pass), S$12 (Three-day pass)
Opening hours: 11am to 8pm (Friday), 10am to 8pm (Saturday and Sunday)

The complete list of programmes for PetExpo 2023 can be found on their official website. Tickets for the event can be purchased here.


BREWFEST is here to tickle the tastebuds as visitors get to enjoy drinks near the scenic Singapore River. Immerse yourself in some freshly made brews — from coffees, teas, beers and many more as you try unique concoctions from various local and international brands.

Date: Till 9 April 2023
Location: Clarke Quay Central, 6 Eu Tong Sen St, Singapore 059817
Price: Free
Opening hours: 12am to 9pm

Visitors can RSVP to the event at this link.

Cosfest: Legend of the Floral Guardian

Things to do in Singapore Aoril 2023: Cosfest

Enjoy a fun-filled day at Cosfest this April! Held at the Flower Field Hall and Waterview Room at Gardens by the Bay, Cosfest is here to celebrate comics art and cosplay in Singapore. Moreover, meet people such as Mr Tony Isabella, the creator of DC’s Comics Black Lightning, and Japanese singer Yumi Matsuzawa. Snag back some souvenirs for friends and family as well at the many booths open during the event.

Date: 8 April 2023
Location: Flower Field Hall and Waterview Room, Gardens by the Bay, 211 Marina Way, Singapore 018977
Price: S$23 (Single Ticket), S$40 (Pair of Tickets)
Opening hours: 12pm to 8pm

Visitors can book their tickets to the event at this link.

Tulipmania: Its Wild Origins

Things to do in Singapore Aoril 2023: Tulipmania

Experience and enjoy tulips unique to Turkey, while being in Singapore! From the 21st of April until the 21st of May, Tulipmania showcases Turkish-grown tulips inside the Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay. A treat for your eyes is in store with the many different varieties shown, so head down to snap some pictures with them before they’re gone!

Date: 21 April to 20 May 2023
Location: Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay, 211 Marina Way, Singapore 018977
Price: S$12 (Standard Entry Ticket)
Opening hours: 9am to 9pm

Visitors can book their tickets to the event at this link.

HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens 2023

Things to do in Singapore Aoril 2023: HSBC Singapore Sevens

With 16 teams going head-to-head in this year’s iteration of the Rugby Sevens, get ready for an exciting, action-packed 2 days! Watch as defending champions Fiji defend their crown against the chasing pack, with notable countries like New Zealand and South Africa all vying for the top spot. 

You can take a break from the action with the other activities on offer, such as a fun Easter Egg hunt with the family at the Kids Drop-Off Zone, or head over to cool off at the Stingray, a surfing machine. Top it all off with a feast of burgers and chips, along with live music to accompany it.

Date: 8 and 9 April 2023
Location: Singapore National Stadium, 1 Stadium Dr, Singapore 397629
Price: S$179 (Category 1, Two-day Adult Ticket), S$79 (Category 2, Two-day Adult Ticket)
Opening hours: 9am to 9pm

Snag yourself a place at the event at this link here, or risk missing out on all the action!

Like 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 @ [email protected], or slide into our DMs on Facebook, Instagram, or TikTok. See you next month!

Visuals courtesy of Sneaker Con SEA, Gardens by the Bay, PetExpo, Mike Lee – KLC fotos_World Rugby, and Singapore Sports Hub.


Brought to you by The DANAMIC Editorial Team!

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