It is the start of the September school holidays 2020 this weekend, 5 and 6 September 2020. As the kids get to take a break, why not spend some time together as a family. We’ve got some ideas of things to do this weekend in Singapore, 5 and 6 September 2020.
Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 5 & 6 September 2020
1. My Family Weekend
To kick off the school holidays with family-friendly things do over the 5 & 6 September 2020 weekend in Singapore, Families for Life is bringing back My Family Weekend with three nights of fun and laughter. From 4 to 6 September, tune into this online programme between 8 pm to 9.30 pm on the Families for Life Facebook page. There will be quizzes and prizes to be won with performances by local artists. A staycation will be given away each night. Get the detail here.
2. Sita’s Magical Forest
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Catch a performance of Sita’s Magical Forest by ApsarasArts on the Indian Heritage Centre’s Facebook page on Sunday, 6 September, 4 pm. Little ones can watch as Sita recounts her adventures with the animals in the magical forest through storytelling and dance. Part of the Indian Heritage Centre Culture Fest 2020.
3. Say “Hi” to the Hello Kitty Playground
The Sanrio-themed playground at Changi Airport and the Slide@T3 reopen on Friday, 4 September 2020. There are also promotions for the school holidays at Changi Airport and Jewel. You can even redeem play sessions at the airport’s indoor playground with a minimum spend. Get the details here.
4. Kidz Amaze has Reopened
Kidz Amaze indoor playgrounds and Splash water park reopened on 1 September 2020 with safety management measures in place. If you miss visiting the humongous indoor playground, book a play session for this weekend in Singapore, 5 & 6 September 2020.
And since we on the topic of indoor playgrounds, did you know there is an indoor playground at the opposite end of the scale that you can book out in its entirety? Find out where here.
5. Kranji Coastal Nature Park
Formerly known as the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve East Extension, the Kranji Coastal Nature Park has boardwalks that will allow you to get over the water and experience the outdoors. Take a walk and take in the fresh air over the weekend and stop by the Mud Experience too.
6. Visit the Green Roof at the Keppel Marina East Desalination Plant
Want to explore somewhere new and outdoors over the weekend? The green rooftop at Keppel Marina East Desalination Plant is now open to the public. Pack a picnic basket and pay a visit. Here’s what to expect.
7. Go on a Virtual Adventure Quest
Search for three code words hidden amongst Little Day Out’s stories, submit them and stand a chance to win tickets to Bouncy Paradise, Singapore’s largest inflatable playground. Solve the clues and solve the clues in Little Day Out’s Virtual Adventure Quest!