The city state of Singapore is hosting a series of events and activities – including a women’s season-ending WTA tennis tournament and a pop concert by Jason Mraz – which will delight both residents and visitors throughout October.

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Here are 6 things to do this month.

1. See singer Jason Mraz in concert

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What:  Good Vibes with Jason Mraz

When: October 27, 8pm

Where: National Stadium, Stadium Drive, Kallang

Four years since his last visit, the American singer songwriter is returning to Singapore to perform his only stop in Asia this year in conjunction with the WTA Finals.

Only last month, Mraz released his latest album, “Know”, so there will be plenty of old and new hits to sing along to.

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2. Watch the best of women’s tennis

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What: WTA Finals

When: October 21-28, 4pm

Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk

Experience courtside excitement for yourself and cheer on your favourite tennis players – including Japan’s US Open Champion Naomi Osaka – at what will be the last of Singapore’s four years hosting the year-ending WTA tournament.

See if Danish player Caroline Wozniacki can defend her singles title or whether Osaka or another star will claim the trophy this year.

3. Try Sydney sea salt soft-serve ice cream

What: Aqua S

Where: #B1-01 Orchard Xchange, 437 Orchard Road

Famous Sydney soft-serve ice cream maker Aqua S opened its first shop in Singapore last month – and you are already behind on your Instagrammable desserts run.

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Aqua S specialises in sea salt ice cream in its signature blue colour, plus a few other flavours that change every now and then.

4. Stay out late at Gardens by the Bay

What: a combination of activities  

When: all month

Where: Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay  

A number of events, including a Sunflower Surprise floral display, the Neon Jungle light installation, stage performances and night markets are taking place throughout the month near the Supertree Grove.

Some events run late, in case you night owls are interested.

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5. Get spooked out


What: Halloween Horror Nights

Where: Universal Studios Singapore, 8 Sentosa Gateway  

When: October 27-31 

Universal Studios Singapore’s eighth edition of its scare fest returns with new ways to scare you. Highlights include a Stranger Things-themed haunted house – steel yourselves as you make your way through the Upside Down and brave the Demogorgon.

Until then, enjoy the special microsite, where you can play a few horror games – and try not to jump in fright.

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6 Enjoy Balinese flavours over drinks

What: Swig & Nibble with Cuca

Where: Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square

When: October 19-20, 7pm to 10pm

Balinese fine cuisine comes to Singapore!

Chef Kevin Cherkas of acclaimed Jimbaran restaurant Cuca will present a gastronomic tour, where guests will mingle over a carefully designed spread of 20 innovative canapés.

As the name Swig & Nibble suggests, these will be paired with cocktails and wines

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This article originally appeared on Wanderluxe by The Luxe Nomad.