Got your Chinese New Year house visiting all done and dusted? Looking for other activities for this long weekend? We’ve rounded up a list of great places to go for some family fun.
12 to 25 Feb
Various CapitaLand Malls
Get an early view of the new inflatable characters that have been added to the Art-Zoo Inflatable Park, which will be making its return at the upcoming i Light Marina Bay festival. They are located at six CapitaLand Malls, so head down and be the first to have a photo opp with these adorable creations. Details.
MUSIC & SCIENCE: Exciting Kids about Science for the Holidays
14 to 25 Feb, 9 am to 9 pm
Gardens by the Bay
There is a whole array of festive performances and activities to look forward to at the Gardens, from concerts and handicraft-making to an exciting lion dance on poles, a special UV light performance, doggie playtime and an outdoor movie screening. Learn more.
15 Feb to 2 Mar
Singapore Zoo, Night Safari, River Safari and Jurong Bird Park
Our wildlife parks are brimming with activity and fur-ocious fun, featuring lion and dragon dances, new animal shows, games and dog-themed challenges. Find out more.
16 to 25 Feb, 10 am to 9:30 pm
Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
Usher in the Year of the Dog with the museum’s lineup of fun activities for young and old. There’s everything from calligraphy demos and geomancy talks to storytelling, a craft bazaar, family telematches, playtime with pups and loads of other programmes. More info.
14 to 24 Feb
The Float @ Marina Bay
This festive extravaganza of lights, sights and sounds features thematic lantern displays, fireworks, a rip-roaring carnival the kids will love, cultural performances by local and foreign artists, and mouthwatering street food. Find out more.
17 Feb, 10 am to 7 pm
SAM at 8Q
It’s a day for festive art and crafts! Create your own 3D pop-up house, make a Chinese New Year shaker or learn to write your own calligraphic festive well wishes. Learn more.
17 Feb, 10 am to 4 pm
Sign up for the guided walks being held as part of the Istana’s open house and learn more about the flora, fauna and biodiversity that can be found on those grounds. More info.