What to Do This Weekend in Singapore: 1 & 2 July 2023
Singapore Botanic Gardens and Fort Canning Park Heritage Festival
Take part in activities and discover the rich heritage of both Singapore Botanic Gardens and Fort Canning Park. There is A Time Traveller’s Garden, a quest that takes place around the park, as well as drop-in craft activities. Activities take place on 29 June, 1 and 2 July. To let loose, you can also head down to Rockestra on 1 July at Fort Canning Green. Read morea about the Singapore Botanic Gardens and Fort Canning Park Heritage Festival.
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Disney in Concert – Tale As Old As Time
Join the 45-piece orchestra conducted by Alvin Arumugam, for a magical journey into storytelling and music as only the timeless tales of Disney can evoke. Brought to life by the talents of four singers direct from the United States, performing for the first time in Singapore, and featuring high resolution film sequences from classic and contemporary Disney animated feature films. Get more details.
A Forest Wildlife Exploration
Join The Untamed Paths for a exploration of Bukit Batok Nature Park at night on 1 and 2 July to discover the intrinsic beauty and array of local biodiversity in our secondary rainforest ecosystem. Get more details here.
Get ready for a weekend of wellness activities at SAM on SAMily Funday on 1 July 2023. Join a line-up of programmes and activities designed for all ages. Drop in to have a look at contemporary art in our exhibitions and try your hand at craft activities. Get more details here.
Sherlock Sam x Read for Books 2023
Are you a fan of Sherlock Sam? On 1 July, join A.J. Low, the writing duo team behind the popular mystery series, as they share about Sherlock Sam, mystery books and the stories that inspired their works at Woodlands Regional Library. After the talk, join in a 15-minute reading session and share the gift of reading with the less privileged. Get more details.
Food for the Mind and Mystery in the Neighbourhood: A Library Hunt!
Join a fun-filled library treasure hunt at Queenstown Public Library on 1 and 2 July. Solve puzzles and learn about some foodie goodness in Food for the Mind: A Library Hunt. Borrow four books and complete the library hunt to get some prizes!
Or teens can try Mystery in the Neighbourhood: A Library Hunt! and to track down leads, solve clues and get some prizes.
Both of these treasure hunts are initiatives by Queensway Secondary School students. Get more details.
Kayaking is an excellent activity for families looking to bond over a collaborative form of exercise. For little ones, sitting in the kayak and learning to paddle is one way of experiencing water sports safely. Read more about family-friendly places to go kayaking in Singapore.