7 Events That Are Taking Place In Singapore In October 2016

October Events

October sees a series of exciting festivals and occasions which Singapore will be partaking in. It does not matter if you are a horror junkie, sports enthusiast or beer lover, for there is definitely something here for everyone.

From Singapore’s largest comic convention GameStart 2016, Singapore’s biggest glow-in-the-dark five-kilometre marathon to the long-awaited BNP Paribas WTA Finals, here is our monthly guide: Seven Events That Are Taking Place In Singapore This Coming October.

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Ciao Italia – One Of The Best Italian Restaurants In Perth

ciao italia perth restaurant

Ask anyone where the best Italian restaurant in Perth is and most of them will direct you to Ciao Italia.

The trattoria first opened its doors in 1999 as a tiny 20-seater humble eatery with a primary focus on takeouts. Word of its gourmet delicacies soon spread far and wide; today, Ciao Italia is a reputable household brand with throngs of eager fans queuing up every night.

Ciao Italia has gone from strength to strength over the past 1.5 decades, and they now have two outlets. The flagship restaurant at South Perth does not accept reservations, but bookings could be made at the newer location in Nedlands. We joined the eager queue at South Perth are here to present to you the low-down on our overall dinner experience.

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Where To Celebrate Oktoberfest in Singapore

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Oktoberfest is a German beer festival that has been around since 1810. The popularity of this boozy event has grown so tremendously that even non-German cities all over the world celebrate it on an annual basis.

Needless to say, Singapore too celebrates this joyous occasion! Beer never gets old, right?

Here are 7 Places in Singapore Where You Can Celebrate Oktoberfest.

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What Is Mid-Autumn Festival and Where To Celebrate in Singapore

Maxims traditional mooncake

Held on the 15th day of the eighth month in the Chinese calendar, the Mid-Autumn Festival – also known as Mooncake Festival – was traditionally a ritual to worship the Gods. Today, the event is widely celebrated by Chinese communities all over the world and is even a public holiday in China. It is also during this period where the moon is the brightest and roundest.

The Mid-Autumn Festival has evolved tremendously over the years; it is now a cultural norm for businesses to exchange mooncakes and these sweet treats are available in numerous colours, flavours and shapes. From the significance of the celebration to the legends behind it, here is a brief guide on What Mid-Autumn Festival Is And Where To Celebrate in Singapore.

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