Little Day Out’s Year-end School Holiday Guide 2015

School Holiday

We are fast coming up to the end of the year. School is out and if you are wondering what to do, we have put together a handy compilation of events, activities and things you can look forward to in the coming November and December 2015.

There are new places to visit and explore, and plenty of free events to look forward to.

One such new space is the Keppel Centre for Art Education at the National Gallery Singapore. As part of its opening celebrations, there is not only a light show on its facade, but a weekend carnival on the padang as well. Other exhibitions to look forward to are a visiting exhibition at the National Museum of Singapore from the British Museum and Snoopy fans will want to pop by the Singapore Philatelic Museum as well.

Get back to nature at Coney Island Park and experience the magic of the holidays at Gardens by the Bay’s Christmas Wonderland. We have also put together in the holiday guide a quick view of the live shows taking place around the shopping centres in Singapore.

New in this year’s guide is a planner to help you capture the various activities that you must-do and catch during this November and December school holidays. We hope you find this useful for your little days out.

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Download your Little Day Out Guide to the November and December School Holidays 2015 below!

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