5 Things To Do This Weekend (4 & 5 July 2020)

5 Things To Do This Weekend (4 & 5 July 2020)
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Can you believe that we are already in July? As we enter into the second half of 2020, here are 5 suggestions of things to do this weekend, 4 & 5 July, in Singapore.

What to Do in Singapore on 4 & 5 July


1. NParks Spotlight – Understanding Our Local Biodiversity

Treetop Walk at Central Catchment Nature Reserve

Join an online talk with the experts from the National Biodiversity Centre. This Saturday morning, Mr Lua Hock Keong, Deputy Director at the National Biodiversity Centre will be sharing about the role which rainforests play. Watch a live stream on NPark’s YouTube page at 10.30 am and learn about the creatures that call the forest home.


2. NAC ExxonMobil Concert in the Gardens (Online Concert)

NAC ExxonMobil Concert in the Gardens (Online Concert)

Tune in to an online concert as Singapore Botanic Gardens celebrates the 5th anniversary of its inscription as a UNESCO World Heritage Site on 4 July. The performance will be streamed over the National Arts Council Singapore Facebook page and the NParksSG YouTube channel and feature The Pinholes and SHAK.


3. Civil Defence Heritage Gallery Reopening

Civil Defence Heritage Gallery Reopening

Civil Defence Heritage Gallery is a family-friendly and educational museum. It reopens this Saturday, 4 July 2020. However, if you do wish to visit, you will have to make a booking in advance and new safety measure have been put in place. Take note that visits are limited to 45 minutes long. Get more details here.


4. Make a Wish List for a Chance to Win up to $600 in Prizes

Amazon.sg Wish List: For All Your Shopping And Gifting Needs

Amazon Singapore is giving away up to $600 in prizes in #TheAmazingBabies Contest. Make a wish list with your favourite items and share it with others for a chance to win. Get the full details here.


5. Challenge 55SG

Challenge 55SG

Clock in steps either individually or as a family in Challenge 55SG, a virtual challenge organised by Pink Apple. Achieve either 55,000 steps as a team or 5,500 steps as an individual and stay healthy. Details here.