Things To Do Over The Chinese New Year Long Weekend In Singapore – 12 to 14 February 2021

Things To Do Over The Chinese New Year 2021 Long Weekend In Singapore
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It is the Chinese New Year 2021 long weekend in Singapore, and since there will be less visiting this year, besides staying at home to chill out, you may be thinking of heading out to jalan jalan. Plus, it is Valentine’s Day too!

So, if you are looking for things to do during the Chinese New year 2021 long weekend in Singapore, here are some ideas of things which are taking place around our sunny island.


Things To Do Over The Chinese New Year 2021 Long Weekend In Singapore

POSB Hunt Your Zodiac

Test skills and persistence in new challenges

Go on a virtual hunt for angbaos around Singapore with POSB #HuntYourZodiac. Taking place from 10 to 14 February 2021, it is a bit like Pokemon Go with a CNY flavour. Perhaps, what is even better is that the game even gives you a chance to win money. Read more about it here.


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Usher in the Fun at Universal Studios Singapore

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Have a roaring good time at Universal Studios Singapore’s Chinese New Year festivities. Besides having loads of fun on the many rides, characters like the Minions and Po the Kung Fu Panda are also all dressed up for photo ops! The good news is that you can use your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers too! Check out more details here.


STAR WARS Identities: The Exhibition

Stormtrooper armour and helmets

Catch the final stop of STAR WARS Identities in Singapore. Get up close and personal with original movie props, artworks, costumes and models of the famed star ships, the Millennium Falcon and the Star Destroyer from Star Wars. You can also learn about what shapes our identities and create your own Star Wars character too. Find out more.


Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum Special

From 12 to 28 February 2021, enjoy $8 discounted tickets to Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum. Take a picture in front of a pair of water buffalo horns that measure more than 54 inches in length each and take part in an Instagram contest too.


National Museum of Singapore Lunar New Year Celebrations

On Saturday, 13 February, National Museum of Singapore is having its Chinese New Year celebrations. There is a children’s wooden craft activity to create a home decoration (pre-registration required), and performances which include a live stream of a lion dance on the museum’s Facebook page. If visiting the museum, do stop by the refreshed Goh Seng Choo Gallery too.


Venture along the Imbiah Trail

Tempinis Cascade at Mount Imbiah

Want to get some fresh air over the Chinese New Year long weekend 2021 in Singapore? You can head “overseas” to Sentosa and explore the Imbiah Trail where you can encounter a “dragon” in the forest. Find out more here.


Fort Pasir Panjang Adventure Quest

Fort Pasir Panjang Adventure Quest: Go On Your Own Adventure Explore An Old Fort

If you are up for adventure, how about going on quest around Labrador Park’s Fort Pasir Panjang. Look for clues hidden among the ruins as you make your way around this former artillery battery. Find out more about this self-guided adventure trail here.


Once Upon A Time on The Orient Express

Satisfy your wanderlust by booking a visit to the pop-up exhibition at Gardens by the Bay for a whiff of romance. The Orient Express Pop-Up restaurant even has a bespoke menu specially curated by Michelin-starred chef Yannick Alléno for this Valentine’s Day from 12 to 14 February 2021. Find out more about Once Upon A Time on The Orient Express.


Spring in the Sea

S.E.A. Aquarium Chinese New Year 2021

Get abundance for Chinese New Year at S.E.A. Aquarium. Go on a trail for gold ingots and see fantastic marine life such as the cowfish. You will even get a free snack with tickets purchased. Get the details here.


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