As September comes to a close, we enter the last weekend of the month. As Mid Autumn comes to an end and Deepavali approaches, plan for the weekend ahead with these fun activities.
Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 25 & 26 September 2021
Visit the Slurping Good Exhibition
Visit Singapore’s first instant noodle-themed “playground” exhibition organised by Invade, “Slurping Good”. This aesthetic exhibition features 13 interactive spaces over two levels and brings visitors on a slurping good journey of finding their favourite instant noodle pairings. Slurping Good opens from 25 September 2021 till 30 January 2022. Read more here.
Make some Mid-Autumn Crafts
Keep the festive spirits of Mid Autumn festival going with these two cute DIY crafts. Kids can make a cute bunny box out of cardboard that they can decorate and fill with anything they wish, or an interesting Moon Phase Viewer which allows you to project the different phases of the moon on the wall.
Mid-Autumn Festival at Gardens by the Bay
For the Mid-Autumn Festival 2021, Gardens by the Bay has lanterns both at the Outdoor Gardens and within the Flower Dome. They are currently having a promotion from now till 3 October where kids can enter the Flower Dome for free. Read more about the promotion here.
Join the Online Bazaar in the Garden (Mid-Autumn Festival Edition)
The Jurong Lake Gardens Mid-Autumn Festival 2021 goes virtual with activities such an Online Bazaar in the Garden. There are various online talks and workshops with storytelling sessions, gardening Q&As and more. See the line-up of activities here.
See the Deepavali Light Up
Watch decorative lights brighten the streets of Little India as you take a walk down Serangoon and Race Course roads to take in the iconic lights and decorations. The light-up will happen starting Saturday, September 25 2021 from 7 pm to 8 pm. See the other activities taking place here.
Trash-Picking By Kayak
The ‘Rent-a Craft, Pay-by-Trash’ campaign is organised by PAssion Wave where members of the public help keep Singapore’s waterways clean in a kayak. Participants can get a free rental of kayak equipment and “pay” by picking up rubbish found in the waterways and dispose of them after the session. This campaign will only run until the end of the month. Those interested can reserve the slots that are available every Wednesday to Friday. Read more here.
Tampines Eco Green
Hemmed in by the Tampines Expressway, Tampines Avenue 12 and Sungei Tampines, Tampines Eco Green is a little patch of nature just a short distance away from the bustle of Tampines Town. It’s a serene spot to visit if you’d like to get back to nature. Read more about this nature spot here.