World Water Day falls on 22 March and, in Singapore, this is an issue that is very close to our hearts.
With every drop of water requiring energy to clean, filter and pump to our homes, water is a precious resource and by reducing water wastage, we not only save on household expenses but also reduce carbon emissions and environmental impact.
Singapore World Water Day 2023
For Singapore World Water Day 2023, there are various activities taking place around the island to highlight the importance of water conservation and being good stewards of our water resources.
Here are five activities taking place in Singapore for World Water Day 2023.
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City Turns Blue
The signature “City Turns Blue” event takes place on 22 March to commemorate World Water Day. This year, there are a total of 53 buildings/landmarks/bridges that will be lighting up in blue from 18 to 22 March 2023 to symbolise their commitment towards water sustainability.
Spotted any of them? Help share your pics on social media with the hashtags – #GoBlue4SG and #MakeEveryDropCount.
Singapore Water Story Exhibition
White Sands is playing host to a Singapore Water Story exhibition at Level 3 from 20 to 26 March 2023. Pay a visit to learn about the importance of water conservation.
Enjoy Blue Deals
Enjoy savings and discounts with various Blue Deals being offered in conjunction with Singapore World Water Day. These include deals on water saving appliances along with food and dining specials too. Get more details here.
Join the Water Wally & Sally Club
Children who are 12 years old and below can join the Water Wally & Sally Club to enjoy membership privileges. Get more details here.
Meet and Greet with Water Wally and Sally
Get to meet Water Wally and Sally on 26 March, 1 pm to 3 pm, at White Sands.
Find out more about what’s on for Singapore World Water Day 2023 here.