Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 10 To 11 April 2021

Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 10 To 11 April 2021
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April is here and for those who are looking for things to do around Singapore this weekend, 10 to 11 April 2021, here are some ideas of activities.


What To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 10 To 11 April 2021

Go for a Cycle & View Art

About REWRITTEN - Yellow by James Tan and Petrina Dawn Tan

Rent a bike at Punggol Waterway and go in search of art installations which have been set up as part of REWRITTEN. Read more about what you can expect along the way here.


Farm Day Out Easter Edition

Sprout Hub is holding an Easter-themed Farm Day Out this weekend. Shop for eco friendly products amongst various community retail booths and explore educational spaces, explore greenhouses and play educational games on pollution. Get more details here.


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National Orchid Garden Tropical Montane Orchidetum

Paphiopedilum Lady’s Slipper Orchid

Pay a visit to the new Orchidetum at National Orchid Garden. Visit the SembCorp Cool House or take a walk along the Secret Ravine. The National Orchid Garden is not far from the COMO Adventure Grove either, so you can pop in there, or head to Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden where the Photosynthesis water play area has opened.


Songkran Water Fest

Water Fest

Since we can’t travel to Thailand, how about heading to Wild Wild Wet instead to enjoy a Songkran-themed water fest and its many rides. Find out more here.


Take on the Vertical Challenge at Coastal PlayGrove

Vertical Challenge

Have some outdoor fun at the Vertical Challenge at Coastal PlayGrove. Parents can even climb the rope obstacle together with their kids. Or head up the tower using the ramp and take one of the tube slides down. Read more about it here.


Explore Berlayer Creek on Foot

5 Reasons To Explore Berlayer Creek

Want to head outdoors? Explorer the mangroves at Berlayer Creek from the boardwalk. You can also take a walk along the Bukit Chermin boardwalk to explore the rocky shore or head to Labrador Park and its two playgrounds.


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