There’s so March to get up to, we don’t know where to start! Read to find out what’s cooking in Singapore this month.
We have no idea how the first two months of 2023 flew by so quickly, but you can bet we’re carpe diem-ing the heck out of our time in the Lion City. If you’re wondering how to make the best of March, we’ve got your back. Catch these cool and exciting things to do in Singapore.
Best things to do in Singapore: March 2023
1. Exhibition: Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience at Resorts World Sentosa
Ready for the ultimate art extravaganza? Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience has arrived on our shores, marking its debut launch in Southeast Asia. Trawl through the timeline of the legendary Dutch master’s life, and view over 300 pieces of his works through digital art projections, sketches, and paintings. For just an additional $5, you can immerse yourself in the world of Van Gogh with a unique VR experience. That includes the breathtaking Vincent’s Bedroom in Arles and the mesmerising Starry Night. You can also snap pics in the immersive room, where his works have been dramatically projected on 15,000 square feet of projection surface.
Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience at Resorts World Sentosa, Level B1, The Forum, 26 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098138
2. Eat and drink: Hussh Girl’s Night Out
Looking to get your groove on this International Women’s Day? Leave the men at home and round up your squad of four for an unforgettable night of complimentary cocktails and infectious beats. DJ Candiceb will hit the turntables at Rumours Beach Club, spinning tunes inspired by tech house, afro house, funk and nu-disco.
Hussh Girl’s Night Out, Rumours Beach Club, 40 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 098996
3. Food and drink: Urban Beer Festival 2023
3 to 4 March
Sip, savour, and hop your way through the largest craft beer fest in Singapore. You’re in for a treat with a curated selection from more than 20 independent craft breweries and small-batch beer makers. Think award-winning brews and special festival collaborations like the fruity and smooth rice cream ale Mash-Up Mixed Tape. What’s a cold brew without some delicious bites? Don’t miss out on the famous wagyu fat-fried katsu sandos from Gyu San, or stop by food booths from Wagatomo, Frenchie Wine Bar, and L’Arte Pizza for more tasty options.
Urban Beer Festival 2023, Urban Park, Guoco Tower, 1 Wallich Street, Singapore 078881
4. Entertainment: I Swallowed a Moon Made of Iron concert
Get ready to be moved and inspired as The Art House plays host to the Southeast Asian premiere of I Swallowed a Moon Made of Iron. This critically acclaimed theatrical concert pays homage to the forgotten Chinese worker-poet Xu Lizhi and countless migrant factory workers. You’ll be immersed in powerful poetry and performances that celebrate the resilience of all who endure brutal working conditions.
I Swallowed a Moon Made of Iron concert, The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Lane, Singapore 179429
5. Exhibition: Crossing Cultures: In Motion at the Asian Civilisations Museum
3 to 5 March
For one weekend only, you’ll get to take part in performances, workshops, and craft activities that showcase the beauty and diversity of Asia’s rich heritage. Swing by the Asian Civilisations Museum to immerse yourself in hypnotising Asian dance and music. We’re talking about everything from belly dancing to mesmerising LED performances. You can even take a deep dive into the region’s culture with informative lectures and workshops that explore the nuances of silat, mudras, and the Balinese barong dance.
Crossing Cultures: In Motion at the Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555
6. Event: It’s The Ship
8 to 10 March
It’s time to get ship-faced because Asia’s largest festival at sea is finally back. This time, it’s bigger and better than ever before after a three-year hiatus. The fest boasts exciting new additions such as Nauti-neon, Disco Diaries, Shagrilla, and Rave Cave. You can expect 90 hours of non-stop partying at its classic pop-up parties. Sima Taparia from Netflix’s hit series, Indian Matchmaking, will even be captain of the ship (what!). And you can rest and recharge at the event’s line-up of wellness programmes like HIIT sessions, yoga, sound healing classes and more. Don’t miss the ultimate party cruise!
It’s The Ship, departs from Marina Bay Cruise Centre, 61 Marina Coastal Drive, Singapore 018947
7. Food and drink: The Feather Blade X Two Men Bagel
Sure, steaks and bagels are great on their own. But together? It’s an explosion for the tastebuds. We’re talking about the March-exclusive collaboration between The Feather Blade and Two Men Bagel House. To celebrate the restaurant’s fourth birthday, they’ve created the ultimate bagel experience: a mouth-watering, extra juicy steak bagel. Picture a brioche bagel brushed with housemade kombu miso butter, loaded with shio koji-aged feather blade steak, and topped with a perfectly cooked sunny side up egg. Delish! You can get it served alongside other delicious creations as part of the Four Hands menu on 22 March.
The Feather Blade X Two Men Bagel, The Feather Blade, 61 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088482
8. Exhibition: The Ties That Bind solo exhibition
13 to 31 March
You’ve got to check out this mind-bending new exhibition from Forbes 30 under 30 Asia Art honoree, Shavonne Wong. From 17 to 31 March, she’ll debut her first solo exhibition titled The Ties That Bind at Ultrasupernew. Embark on a journey through the human psyche as you explore Shavonne’s groundbreaking artworks – some of which even respond to you in real time. One of the standout pieces on display is “Beyond the Surface,” an augmented reality artwork that takes viewers on a journey to explore the unexplored dimensions within individuals.
The Ties That Bind solo exhibition, Ultrasupernew Gallery, 168 Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore 207572
9. Sports and entertainment: Fiba 3×3 Asia Cup
29 March to 2 April
Witness the much-awaited Fiba 3×3 Asia Cup 2023 as it returns for its sixth edition. This time, the thrilling tournament will take place at the Singapore Sports Hub OCBC Square, with the region’s top men’s and women’s 3×3 basketball teams competing against each other. Along with the intense matches, there’ll also be live music and invigorating performances on the sidelines to keep the atmosphere buzzing. Don’t miss out on the action – tickets start from a mere $5 and limited day passes are up for grabs.
Fiba 3×3 Asia Cup, OCBC Square, Singapore Sports Hub, 1 Stadium Drive, Singapore 397629
10. Food and drink: Chatuchak Singapore
Immerse yourself in the vibrant market atmosphere of the world’s first Chatuchak Night Market outside of Thailand. You’ll find up to 180 local and Thai vendors hawking all sorts of street food, handicrafts, and antiques. Think crispy egg noodles, moo ping, mango sticky rice, and more. Need a hand navigating this massive event? Check out our handy guide to Chatuchak Singapore.
Chatuchak Singapore, free admission; The Grandstand South Carpark, 200 Turf Club Road, Singapore 287994
March into the month with these fun and exciting things to do in Singapore!