Yippee, weekend’s here! No need to rack your brains over that to do, as there are lots of great sporting, cultural, lifestyle and charity events going on. Here are some of the highlights.
Till 31 Jan
Watch dances of different genres and learn to get your feet moving too, as Wings to Wings Dance Development Centre presents a series of performances and workshops at this CNY-themed event. The first five participants to sign up for each workshop get it free, so hurry up and register. Details.
UNDERWATER ADVENTURE: Digital Playground in a Mall
14 Jan, 8:30 am to 12 pm
The Promontory @ Marina Bay
Southeast Asia’s first-ever Pokémon themed fun run promises a great time for for aspiring Pokémon trainers and running enthusiasts alike. Don’t miss this chance to have some exercise and bonding time while experiencing the training of a Pokemon Master. Learn more.
14 to 15 Jan
Asian Civilisations Museum
Think of this festival as a giant rojak dish of activities. There’s art, food, music, games, carnival rides, exhibitions and more in store, which means all manner of fun to be had. Find out more.
12 to 17 Jan
Learn more about colourful Little India, as you take a walk through this historic precinct. There are art installations, immersive performances, animated storytelling and more along the way to be discovered. More info.
13 to 15 Jan, 11 am to 8 pm
Find everything you need for baby and mummy under one roof at Singapore’s largest baby fair, which has a shopping area covering nearly three football fields and kid-friendly amenities on site. Learn more.
Till 25 Feb
There’s probably no place more buzzing than Chinatown right now, as preparations for the Lunar New Year heat up. Take in the dazzling rooster-themed lights, catch the International Lion Dance competition, enjoy music and dance performances and more.
14 Jan, 8 am to 11 am
Central Civic District
Go on a fun walking trail, learn more about Singapore and do good for charity all at the same time when you participate in this unique initiative. It’s a great way to spend a morning with the family and see familiar places through new lens. Find out more.