Welcome to the Sept edition of our Monthly Happenings. Find out what’s happening in and around our hotels this month and be sure to check it out if you’re in the area!
Don’t miss these exciting offers and events happening in Singapore during the month of September.
Hotel Promotions & Happenings
Everyone deserves a break. Enjoy our best deals deals from our hotels.
- Hard Rock Hotel Bali– Enjoy daily breakfast, spa, one-time lunch and dinner.
- Hard Rock Hotel Penang– Save up to 15% off when you plan your holiday in advance.
- Concorde Hotel Singapore– Your Home Away from home in Singapore with exclusive last minute special.
- The Boathouse Phuket– Exclusive rates for a relaxing beach retreat…
Out & About – Events not to be missed
If you happen to be in these cities, be sure to check out these events and festivals happening!
Kuala Lumpur International Art Festival
Now – 30 Sept 2018
This annual celebration of arts and culture features more than 20 music, dance, theatre, visual arts and literature events. While some are ticketed, there are plenty more events that are open to the public.
Picture credit: KL Diverse City
Mid Mid-Autumn Festival with Disney Tsum Tsum
Now – 30 Sept 2018
Check out the Mid-Autumn fiesta by Vivocity visitors can admire more than 2,000 Disney characters in their Tsum Tsum forms and more exciting activities.
Picture credit: Great Deals Singapore
Singapore Grand Prix: Singapore F1 – Formula 1 Night Race
14-16 Sept 2018
Catch non-stop race action in the first night race and Asian street circuit. Don’t miss to see the multi-million-dollar cars racing at 375 kilometers an hour or catch live concerts from Jay Chou, Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa.
Picture credit: Singapore Grand Prix
Bali Kite Festival
Now -Oct 2018
The Bali Kites Festival is back! This event takes place annually, between July and August due to the windy season in Bali. The festival originally started as a season festival where Balinese thank the gods and heavens for a bountiful harvest. Since then, the festival has turned into a sport where many competing kite teams from all over the island to pilot their kites.
Picture credit: Furama First