From light projections to street light ups. This weekend is an explosion of colour. Here are some ideas of things to do this weekend in Singapore, 23 and 24 January 2021.
What’s on This Weekend In Singapore: 23 & 24 January 2021
Chinatown Street Light Up
This year’s Chinatown Street Light Up ceremony goes virtual and you can watch it online. Or pay a visit to Chinatown to view the 88 ox grazing by the roadside. Go shopping for goodies, decorations or Chinese New Year clothes at street-side stores. Find out more about what’s on.
The Artground has reopened and is ready to welcome back curious kids and families. The latest children’s art exhibition, Deep Sea, explores the deepest depths of the sea. Find out more about it here.
Art Skins on Monuments
Light to Night Festival 2021 is back. The buildings around the Civic District will be dressed up with light projections based on the them of “_____-in-Progress”. The museums are also open till late. This year’s festival is a hybrid edition which features both onsite and online events. Get more details about Light to Night Festival 2021.
Moo Moo Park
Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre is holding a drive-in exhibition, Moo Moo Park. Get ready to welcome in the Year of the Ox at this novel exhibition. Get more details about Moo Moo Park.
Are you into plant-based foods or simply curious about how you can eat “green”? Green Common is a new plant-based eatery and grocery concept store that you can check out this weekend. Find out more here.
Museum Roundtable Hongbaos
From 22 January 2021, pay a visit to a Museum Roundtable institution and pick up a cute Year of the Ox Hongbao. Get the full details here.
Bukit Batok Nature Park
Take a jaunt into the forest at Bukit Batok Nature Park. Pay a visit to a World War II site or explore the many path ways meandering through the forest. There is a playground for kids too. Find out more about Bukit Batok Nature Park.
West Plains @ Bukit Batok Playground
Want to have a barrel of fun? Check out the West Plains @ Bukit Batok playground. It has high towers, rope elements and more. Get the details of the West Plains & other Hong Kah North playgrounds.