Huat Huat Land, Carnival At Punggol - And Other Free Activities In Singapore This Weekend
From beautiful installations, a fun-filled carnival to the adorable LINE friends pop up store, don't miss these free activities in Singapore!
The weekend is finally here! Don’t waste it away by spending it at home because there are lots of free activities in Singapore to enjoy with your friends and family. Weekends will never be the same again with this weekend planner.
The Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre has transformed its roof garden into a land of prosperity to get you in the mood for Chinese New Year (CNY).
There will be supersized pineapple and mahjong tiles installations that will be illuminated at night, creating a golden opportunity for a family photo.
To make things fun and interactive, the giant mahjong tiles can be shuffled around, and the walls will be filled with murals that will light up, which are inspired by the sights and sounds of CNY celebrations.
For the first time ever, the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre has worked together with creative technology studio MeshMinds to design Augmented Reality (AR) red packets, where you can scan a QR code to watch snippets of local Chinese New Year traditions, such as the exchange of Mandarin oranges, lo hei and more.
Stand a chance to get your hands on these limited-edition AR red packet by posting a selfie at Huat Huat Land on social media platforms.
When: Now till Feb 8
Where: 1 Straits Boulevard, Singapore 018906
It’s back to school for kiddos and if they’re feeling a little glum about the new school term, lift their spirits up again this weekend by bringing them to J’Kids Funland @ Punggol.
The carnival happening from now till Jan 23 is held at the open field in front of Waterway Point. It will feature game booths, such as Bumper Jetski, Drum Walker and Rocking Train.
When: Now till Jan 23, 5.30pm onwards
Where: Open field in front of Waterway Point
If you love Line Friends, there will be a pop-up store in Bugis Junction from now till March 1.
Collect merchandise of your favourite characters, from Chinese New Year-themed plushies to red packets and organisers to prepare you for the Lunar New Year.
When: Now till March 1, 10am to 10pm
Where: Bugis Junction, Level 1 (in front of Tuk Tuk Cha)
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