It is the last weekend of April 2021! Wondering what to do in Singapore on Saturday and Sunday, 24 and 25 April 2021? We have some suggestions for you below.
What to Do This Weekend in Singapore, 24 & 25 April 2021
Pay a Visit to Otah at SAFRA Punggol
Go on a playdate with Otah the otter at SAFRA Punggol. The fun and photo-worthy experience now includes an activity that families and kids can embark on together. Learn more about SAFRA Punggol Presents Otah & Friends: Play Date!
View Glass Sculptures at the Cooled Conservatories
Glass sculptures have been installed amidst the lush greenery of the Cloud Forest and Flower Dome. These are part of the Dale Chihuly: Glass in Bloom exhibition at Gardens by the Bay. Read more about these large-scale art works here.
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Russel Wong in Kyoto Exhibition
Russel Wong in Kyoto at the Asian Civilisation Museum gives visitors a glimpse into the rarely seen and lesser-known traditions of the geiko of Kyoto. It is one half of two exhibitions about Japan at the museum. Read more about it here.
Fancy a game that is a cross between ping pong and football? Try teqball. Sport Singapore has collaborated with the Hungary Embassy to have 20 teqball tables located at ActiveSG Sports Centres around Singapore. Find out more details here.
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Finding What’s Next Exhibition
This exhibition along the Esplanade Tunnel sheds light into the lives of autistic youth and adults, and their care-givers through photographs, artefacts and video stories. Read more about it here.
Jurong Lake Gardens & Bazaar In the Garden
Pay a visit to Singapore’s third National Garden, Jurong Lake Garden. Enjoy the various nature spots including the awesome Forest Ramble children’s playground or go kayaking on the lake. This weekend, on 24 April 2021, there are also online activities such as children’s storytelling and talks on plant keeping which are taking place as part of Bazaar in the Garden @ Jurong Lake Garden. Get more details on the Bazaar in the Garden activities here.
Pay a Visit to a Playground with Working Traffic Lights
The playground at Kampung Siglap has a little road track with working traffic lights for kids to have some fun. There is also a “mountain” made out of colourful blocks too. After you are done playing, pop into the cafe for some refreshments. Find out more about the Kampung Siglap playground here.