Still having a post-holiday hangover and feeling stuck in first gear? Take it easy, relax and recover with these fun and leisurely activities.
5 & 6 Jan
Bishan Public Library & Jurong Regional Library
Head down to enjoy engaging and entertaining Mandarin plays put up by the Nanyang Technological University’s Chinese Society. Suitable for kids from three to 12. Details.
5 Jan, 7:30 pm to 9 pm
Esplanade Recital Studio
Come and hear the musical magic that can be produced by the toy piano in this enthralling concert, featuring the premieres of two talented pianists. Learn more.
LIVE SHOPPING MALL SHOW: Catch the First-ever Badanamu Live Performance in Singapore with Interactive Activities and Giveaways
QUAINT VILLAGES: Exploring European-style Villages, a Chocolate Factory and Scenic Landscapes in Thailand!
Till 24 Mar, 4 pm to 11 pm
Bayfront Event Space
With 50 rides and games from around the world, Singapore’s largest outdoor carnival promises to deliver a rollicking good time for the entire family! Find out more.
Till 13 Jan
Resorts World Sentosa Theatre
With life-sized dino skeletons, fabulous sets and a catchy repertoire, this Mandarin musical that was a big hit in Korea delivers the laughs, the music and the drama in spades. Find out more.
5 to 6 Jan
A highly successful show in the UK, this poetic performance for young audiences teaches them about holding on and letting go. More info.
6 Jan, 1 pm to 5 pm
Mark the start of a new year with a photo of the family decked out in batik wear, create your own photo frame and enjoy other fun activities at the Peranakan Museum. Details.
5 & 6 Jan
Put a Japanese twist in new year festivities at Liang Court, which has a series of traditional Nippon activities and performances in store. More info.