It is the start of the school holidays in Singapore! As the holidays start up, you may be wondering what to do this weekend in Singapore, 21 and 22 November 2020. From online shows to doodle animals, we have a bunch of suggestions to get vacation time off to a great start!
Check out our suggestions of things to do this weekend, 21 and 22 November 2020, in Singapore.
Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 21 & 22 November 2020
Japan Rail Fair
Satisfy your wanderlust with a virtual taste of Japan at the Japan Rail Fair by Japan Rail Café! From 20 to 22 November and 27 to 28 November 2020, immerse yourself in a selection of free and ticketed live programmes over two weekends. Details here.
Disney Outdoor Explorers
Help reunited doodle animals at Singapore Zoo and River Safari this weekend, 21 and 22 November. Complete a trail and redeem exclusive Mickey and Minnie charm keychains. There is also an awesome ticketing deal with 50% off for admission to both Singapore Zoo and River Safari. Get the details here.
IKEA Soft Toy Competition
Stay in and draw up a toy and it just might be turned into a cuddly toy by IKEA. Let your child exercise their imagination in this global competition. Find out more here.
Little Twin Stars at Kumoya
The Sanrio twins have arrived at Kumoya. Get ready for some kawaii dining at this themed café with the lovable pair. Find out more about what to expect here.
Arts in Your Neighbourhood – Online and at Kallang and Geylang
Tune in to an entertaining live performance where three sisters venture out to space to help save the earth. Or head out to explore iconic spots on a trail around Kallang and Geylang. All this and more is taking place as part of Arts in Your Neighbourhood. Find out more here.
Glamping at Changi Airport
Spend a night out at Jewel Changi Airport. Glamping packages are available from 20 November onwards. Find out more details here.
Rail Corridor & Clementi Forest
Want to get in some greenery this weekend in Singapore, 21 and 22 November, Take a walk along the Rail Corridor and enjoy the lushness of the Clementi Forest with a short side-trek. Find out how to here.
For even more ideas on what to do during the year-end school holidays in Singapore, check out our Amazing List of Ideas here.