Car Free Weekend 2019: Activities At The Civic District And Telok Ayer From 29 To 31 March

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The first Car Free Weekend of 2019 takes place from Friday to Sunday, 29 to 31 March and it is filled with heritage-themed activities to coincide with the Singapore Heritage Festival. Yup, that’s right, the expanded version of Car Free Sunday 2019 now stretches over three days. Two more Car Free Weekends are scheduled for August and October 2019.

Here are our picks of activities that will be taking place during the first Car Free Weekend 2019 from 29 to 31 March 2019.

March Car Free Weekend 2019 Activities

Our Telok Ayer Stories

CFWSATURDAYTAExplore one of Singapore’s oldest streets through a series of pop-up exhibitions and curated self-guided walks. View The Flood of 1958 in Augmented Reality, watch a video projection and imagine what the historic district was like in the past. There will also be a street party and puppet-making workshops. Find out more here.

Wanderland by Asian Civilisations Museum

Wanderland by Asian Civilisations MuseumOld school arcade games, bubble tea giveaways and gamelan fusion music are just some of the highlights at Asian Civilisations Museum’s Wanderland. Families can also make a kite and contribute to a public art installation. The museum will also be open till late on Friday and Saturday with special admission prices to the Raffles exhibition. Get more information here.

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Have some fun at the Civic District during the March Car Free Weekend 2019. It is Playtime @ The Incubator with craft stations and a string maze. Enjoy Giant Kampung Games, a retro Zumba Workout and more. Dress for the occasion in your school uniform to get 50% off at the Tuckshop @ Empress Lawn. More details can be found here.

Singapore Really Really Free Market at Car Free Sunday 2019

Singapore Really Really Free Market

Head down to this pop-up market at Amoy Street on Sunday where everyone is welcome to give what you can and take what you need. The Singapore Really Really Free Market encourages reduction in waste and consumption. Other activities you can look forward to around the Telok Ayer district on Sunday include a lion dance performance, a heritage art jam and open houses. More details about the Singapore Really Really Free Market can be found here.

For a full schedule of activities, including a Personal Mobility Roadshow and the ActiveSG Sporty Sunday, taking place during the March Car Free Sunday 2019, visit the event website here.

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