Count down to Christmas round off the year with a bang! How? Check out our list of highlights happening this weekend.
Till 1 Jan 2017, 3:30 pm to 11 pm
Gardens by the Bay
This annual yuletide fair has fast established itself as an annual family tradition of sorts for many. This year’s edition is the largest yet, and features favourites like the Luminarie Italian light sculptures, new carnival rides and the return of the Ice Palace. Find out more.
NIGHT FESTIVAL!: A Rundown of All the Light Sculptures You Can See
17 to 25 Dec
Science Centre Singapore
Visitors to the Science Centre will get to enjoy a festive performance, the Elves and Secret Sleigh Christmas Show. The shows takes place everyday at 4 pm from 17 to 25 Dec, with an extra session at 1 pm on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Learn more.
Till 18 Dec, 10 am to 7 pm
Singapore Zoo & River Safari
This is your last weekend to catch the host of animatronic prehistoric creatures that have made the Singapore Zoo and River Safari their home for the past few weeks. Embark on an immersive adventure as you get up close with dinos like the T-Rex and Stegosaurus and learn more about them and their links to present-day animals. Details.
6 to 25 Dec, 11 am to 9 pm
Have some chilly fun at this outdoor snow playground, which features real snowfall and even a luge. Other fringe events include a Christmas market and kids craft workshops. More info.
15 to 25 Dec
MasterCard Theatres at Marina Bay Sands
Get set for a heart-pounding, adrenaline-charged show at this new style circus, which merges clowns and trapeze artists with daredevil motorcycle acts and complex aerial stunts. Funny, spectacular and thrilling, this will have you on the edge of your seats from start to finish. Find out more.
Till 1 Jan, 2 pm to 11 pm on weekends
Who would have thought inflatable bouncy structures can be this exciting or challenging? Asia’s largest outdoor inflatable play space four major play zones where visitors can bounce, slide, jump and feast. Find out more.
17 and 18 Dec, 2:30 pm & 4 pm
This interactive storytelling programme is designed to teach little ones about self-confidence and acceptance. Through songs, activities, puppets and props, facilitators enact the tale of a crayon as he tries to turn red. Recommended for kids aged two to five. Details.
17 Dec, 9 am to 7 pm
OCBC Arena, Sports Hub
Here’s your chance to try out a wide range of sports for free! There are to plenty to choose from, as well as fun activities like Christmas handicraft workshops, balloon sculpting and a family carnival. More info.