With the Chinese New Year festivities winding down and events such as Valentine’s Day and Total Defence Day right around the corner, there are plenty of activities and events that you can take part in this weekend with family and friends. Here are some of the things to do this weekend.
What to Do This Weekend: 12 & 13 February 2022
Visit Pororo and Friends
It’s the last weekend for families to experience magical moments from the snowy hamlet of Porong Porong at SAFRA Punggol. Play in a brand new inflatable playground filled with interactive elements surrounded by favourite characters. The playground is suitable for children under aged 7 years old and below. Read more here.
Watch the Chingay50 parade
Returning to delight audiences after its inaugural digital version in 2021, the parade in 2022 will be airing live online and on social media channels. Viewers can expect fresh and innovative presentations of arts, culture and heritage. Watch it live on Saturday, 12 February 2022, 8pm at the site here. Read more here.
Do some Art for the Heart
Spend Valentine’s Day with your loved ones and learn how to design and fabricate a simple layered mosaic artwork. Participants will be given a 3-inch heart-shaped board and relevant materials will be provided. This class will be conducted by Anjali Venkat, a glass artist with over 25 years of experience. More details here.
Celebrate the Year of the Tiger at the Singapore Zoo
As the Chinese New Year festivities come to a close for the year, catch the final weekend of the tiger-rific activities at the Singapore Zoo. Participate in exciting activities and learn about your zoo-diac predictions and see the various animal friends. Find out more here.
Join The “Defence Through the Ages Guided Tour”
Get a behind the scenes look of how Singapore is kept safe against the backdrop of evolving security threats at the “Defence Through the Ages Guided Tour” happening from 13 to 18 Feb 2022 at various timeslots. See some of the key historical events that have shaped Singapore’s defence strategy through the years and explore how we can play our part. Read more here.
Go Off the Beaten Path at Gillman Forest
Take a trek through a secondary forest along the Earth Path, under the Forest Walk elevated boardwalk as you make your way up to Telok Blangah Hill. There is also a ticketed art installation The Forest Institute on at Lock Road which has been inspired by the forest. Get more details here.