It is not just the end of a year but the end of a decade and the start of a brand new one. This is all the more reason to send off the old with a bang and welcome in the new with gusto. Here are some things to do on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day 2020 in Singapore!
Things to Do on New Year’s Eve in Singapore – 31 December 2019
Unwind at Civic District
4 pm to 1 am
Hang out with family and friends on the last day of 2019 at the Civic District. There will be Pets Pawty at Connaught Drive with programmes such as obstacle race and evening picnic. Asian Civilisations Museum will be extending its hours till 10 pm, after which, hang out to catch the New Year’s Eve fireworks.
Starlight at The Lawn
5 pm to 1 am
The Lawn at Marina Bay
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For families looking for family-friendly things to do on New Year’s Eve in Singapore, The Lawn at Marina Bay will be transformed into a fun venue for all ages! There will be live music performances, food and drinks at the bazaar and carnival games with attractive prizes to be won. Get more details here.
In case, you would like an overview of what else is happening around Marina Bay and the Civic District as part of the Marina Bay Countdown 2020, here is a map of activities.
Our Tampines Hub New Year’s Eve Countdown to 2020
For those looking for things to do on New Year’s Eve on 31 December 2019, Our Tampines Hub has plenty in store with live performances, family-friendly fringe activities and even fireworks. The New Year 2020 Countdown Concert will be held at the Town Square which can hold 8,000 spectators. Families can enjoy activities such as a Giant Ball Pit and a Kids Carnival at The Arena. There is even a Nerf Wars activity at the Futsal Courts. With so much going on during New Year’s Eve, 31 December 2019, that you have check out the full details here.
Families and kids can welcome in the New Year early at Locoland 2020, Super Loco Robertson Quay. In addition to a spread of Mexican cuisine, this New Year’s Eve celebration in Singapore will also have face painting, piñata bashing and a movie screening. The kid-friendly countdown starts at 9 pm! It is recommended to make a reservation in advance.
Things to Do on New Year’s Day 2020 in Singapore
1 January 2020 is the beginning of a new decade. It is also a chance for the final day out before the bustle of the year begins. If you were not out late and recovering from the excitement of the night before, it the brand new year can be a time to reconnect and re-centre yourself for the year ahead.
Here are some ideas of things to do on New Year’s Day 2020 in Singapore.
A Universal Christmas
Why not head out the Universal Studios Singapore for some fun on New Year’s Day 2020 in Singapore? 1 January 2020 is the last day of A Universal Christmas, which means that you can not only enjoy the park’s amazing rides but performances too!
Japan New Year at Great World City
Great World City has been undergoing extensive renovations. However, on 1 January 2020, you can join them in a Japanese New Year celebration which includes drums performances, a sake breaking ceremony and mochi pounding demonstration.
Double Deal at Timezone
Timezone is having a Double Deal on 1 January 2020. $30 + $30 and $50 + $50 means that you can hang out and blast away with family and friends for even longer.
With Chinese New Year just around the corner, New Year’s Day 2020 may be good time to do some shopping for new furnishings. IKEA has been having a sale since 26 December and it will run until 1 January 2020. You can check out the sale online here.
Escape to Nature
If you want are looking for things to do on New Year’s Day 2020 in Singapore where you can enjoy some solace and escape away from the crowds, how about heading out to explore Singapore’s parks. How about trekking the Southern Ridges, enjoying the tranquillity of Changi Beach Park or the wilds of Coney Island Park? Thomson Nature Park is a new spot to check out too, or it is always great to visit Singapore Botanic Gardens too.