It is the third weekend of September and those on the lookout for things to do on 19 and 20 September 2020 can choose from a selection of online and onsite activities around Singapore.
Here are our picks of things to do this weekend in Singapore, 19 and 20 September 2020.
Things to do in Singapore on 19 and 20 September 2020
1. Embark on a “Chronicles of Chinatown” Virtual Escape Room
Discover more about Chinatown on a virtual escape room game organised as part of the Chinatown Mid Autumn Festival 2020. Sign up in teams of five to take part in this online experience on Saturday, 19 September 2020 via Zoom. Get the details here.
2. Lanterns at Gardens by the Bay
The Outdoor Gardens at Gardens by the Bay will light up with six lantern sets from 18 September 2020 onwards. Take a leisurely evening stroll to enjoy the atmosphere at the attraction. Get more information here.
3. 3-in-1 and More at Marina Bay Sands
Purchase a 3-in-1 attraction ticket to the attractions at Marina Bay Sands. Take in the sights from the 57th floor, play in an interactive digital landscape and go for a ride. You may want to try to check out the new Apple Marina Bay Sands store or the latest ArtScience Museum exhibition while you are there too.
4. e-NParks Concert Series in the Park: Rockestra
Themed around ‘Saturday Night Retro Fever’, the concert will feature local bands like Enigma, Jive Talkin’, ShiLi & Adi and Jack & Rai. It will be streamed on the NParksBuzz Facebook page and NParks SG YouTube channel on Saturday, 19 September 2020 at 7.30 pm. There will also be quizzes during the concert for viewers to win a surprise Retro Survival pack.
5. Water Colouring Online Workshop
Take part in a water colouring workshop for beginners via Zoom on 19 September at 7 pm. Learn simple brushstrokes, colour blending, and other basic techniques to create your own watercolour masterpiece. Register online here.
6. Plan for a Sunset Stroll
Take a stroll along the water at Changi Point Coastal Walk. This boardwalk will take you through a variety of terrains. Head there in the evening to watch the sunset.
An alternative location to appreciate the sun going down is at Raffles Marina at the other end of the island. As a bonus, you can take some pictures with a lighthouse too.
7. Make a Paper Lantern
Create your own paper lantern with a mid-autumn scene using this simple, downloadable template. It is a fun and easy craft to do with little ones. Get the template here.