Things to Do This Weekend In Singapore: 10 & 11 October 2020

Things to Do This Weekend In Singapore: 10 & 11 October 2020
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Primary school kids celebrate Children’s Day 2020 this week. As we ease into the second weekend of October, here are some suggestions of things to do over the weekend of 10 and 11 October 2020 in Singapore. Check out our list of Children’s Day promotions and specials too.


Things to Do This Weekend In Singapore: 10 & 11 October 2020

Deep BOO Sea!

S.E.A. Aquarium - A baby epaulette shark
Image: Resorts World Sentosa

S.E.A. Aquarium has recently updated some of its habitats and welcomed in a few new species. It is also having Deep BOO Sea! till 3 November 2020 where you can go on hunt for “five lost pearls of legend” to receive a mystery gift. Get more details here.


Planet or Plastic?

Things to Do This Weekend In Singapore: 10 & 11 October 2020

Learn about the impact of global plastic pollution through 70 photographs and video at ArtScience Museum. Presented by National Geographic, the socially-conscious exhibition visually highlights the plastics crisis and ways that we can make a difference. It includes an interactive element too. Find out more here.

While at Marina Bay Sands, if you are looking for more things to do this weekend in Singapore, 10 and 11 October, pay a visit to Sands Skypark Observation Deck, Digital Light Canvas and Sampan Rides with a 3-in-1 bundle. This special deal is for Sands Rewards Lifestyle members only, but signing up as a member is free. It is limited to the first 300 guests per day.


Changi Experience Studio Promotion & Lanterns at Shiseido Forest

Changi Experience Studio Promotion & Lanterns at Shiseido Forest

Jewel Changi Airport is celebrating Children’s Day throughout the month of October with 50% off child tickets at Changi Experience Studio for up to two kids with every paying adult. While at Jewel, you can also enjoy the atmosphere at the Shiseido Forest which has its Mid-Autumn Festival lanterns up till this weekend, 10 and 11 October 2020. Read more here.


10.10 Sales

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Want to get some shopping done this weekend, 10 and 11 October 2020? Look out for 10.10 sales and promotions. We’ve put together a list of where you can find deals and promotions here.


Celebrating Our Grands

Organised by Families for Life, Celebrating Our Grands is an annual event that encourages families to show appreciation to grandparents. This year, there is a Book Cover design contest. Get more details here.


Octoburst! 2020 & Esplanade Trail

Octoburst 2020: A Children's Festival at Esplanade

Esplanade’s Octoburst! children’s festival has gone online this year. Enjoy the various programmes and activities from home from 5 to 18 October 2020. This weekend, 9 to 11 October 2020, you can go on a self-guided trail for children at Esplanade. Find out trivia about the Durian as well as information about the various art works in Esplanade. The guide can be obtained from Esplanade Box Office and Information Counter (Mezzanine Level). Get details about Octoburst! 2020.


Garden Sharing Session and Kampung Journey, part of ArchiFest 2020

Join a community gardening session on Saturday morning to learn about the Biodiverse Edible Garden at Jurong Central Park. Gardeners will be sharing about the plants being grown and the process of building the garden. Over at Ground Up Initiative, Kampung Journey will be held this weekend 10 October. At this ticketed event, take a walk through the eco-village campus and learn how the community has come together over the last 10 years. Both these activities are part of ArchiFest 2020. Get more details.


Park of the Week

Yishun Park Nature Playgarden

Our park of the week is Yishun Park. Located in the middle of the bustling town, this leafy park still has remnants of its plantation past and two play areas for kids. From Yishun Park, you can also take an easy and scenic walk over to Yishun Pond. Read more about Yishun Park here.

For more outdoor fun in Yishun, try Everspring Park, the Yishun community water park, or Lower Seletar Reservoir Park.

Chun Fong
Chun Fong thinks that hamsters are cute and loves tucking into chocolate eclairs.