Whether you’re rounding up your Lunar New Year celebrations this weekend with a last burst of get-togethers and festive activities, or prefer some quieter downtime with the family, you’re bound to find something to enjoy on our list of highlights.
Till 12 Feb
Let the little ones busy themselves at craft workshops, watch a quality play, or learn some Chinese dance moves together – there are lots of great family-friendly programmes on offer at this annual gathering of Chinese arts and culture. Find out more.
11 Feb, 9:30 am to 11 am
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Calling all nature enthusiasts! This coming World Wetlands Day, mark the occasion with a walk around our own wetland reserve to discover the flora and fauna that have made it their home. Learn more.
11 Feb, 5 pm to 9 pm
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Join in Canada’s 150th birthday celebrations this Saturday! Enjoy performances by a renowned Canadian pianist and the Canadian International School’s Symphonic Band, then cap off the evening with a screening of the Canadian animated film, Snow Time. Details.
12 Feb, 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
What better way to end off the Lunar New Year than with the largest street performance and float parade in Asia? Featuring artists and troupes from all over the region, it’s guaranteed to be one dazzling and memorable experience.
12 Feb, 1 pm to 5 pm
Step into the colourful world of the Peranakans at the Peranakan Museum’s monthly themed tours and craft activities. The whole family can have some dress-up fun with batik shirts and sarong kebayas too.
Till 12 Feb
Gardens by the Bay
Don’t miss your last chance to see LED dragons, lions and stiltwalkers as they put on dazzling performances against the backdrop of the Supertrees. Most of all, be sure to catch Singapore’s biggest LED phoenix in action! Find out more.
8 to 12 Feb
KC Arts Centre
Accompany a little snail on her journey round the world, in this musical stage adaptation of the bestselling picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. Learn more.
From 11 Feb, 10 am to 7 pm
Visit this virtual exhibition and learn more about endangered wildlife in our neighbouring Sumatra – as well as what you can do to help in their conservation. The entire experience takes place in a virtual forest, viewed via a Lenovo smartphone and using augmented reality technology from Google. Find out more in our writeup.
Now showing in theatres
Following in the irreverent footsteps of The Lego Movie, this follow-up sees the self-described leading man of that film get his solo outing. With trouble brewing in Gotham, this Dark Knight may just have to learn to work with others if he is to save the city. More details at the movie’s official website.