It’s the last weekend of November and the school holidays are well underway. Making plans for the weekend? We’ve put together a list of weekend ideas for you.
What to Do This Weekend in Singapore: 26 & 27 November 2022
Christmas Carnival Cheer at Suntec City
With thrilling carnival rides and a wide selection of games at Suntec City’s Fun in the City amusement carnival, kids and the young-at-heart can have plenty of fun at the carnival in front of Towers 1, 2 and 5. Daredevils can go screaming on the spinning Meteorite while kids can enjoy galloping away at the Grand Carousel and knocking tin cans down at Presents Smash. Find out more about Christmas Carnival Cheer at Suntec City.
Jumptopia Festive Village
Pay a visit to one of the largest inflatable bouncy castle setups during this holidays at Marina Bay Sands. Let the kids get jumping about to their heart’s content. Find out more about Jumptopia Festive Village.
Asian Board Games Festival
The largest board game event in Singapore, the Asian Board Games Festival takes place on 26 and 27 November at Fusionopolis and will feature the most diverse board game lineup anywhere in Asia. Register early to get a free Play Passport, and play different games to redeem rewards including a free game from Origame! Get more details here.
Pet Expo 2022
Pet Expo 2022 take place this weekend at Singapore Expo Hall 6. Themed’ Reunion’, the event will showcase a wide range of products and accessories from more than eighty local and regional vendors and feature specially-curated series of talks and workshops, discussing key interest topics for paw-rents. Get more details here.
Exploring New Frontiers
ArtScience Museum and teamLab have collaborated on a new section at Future World: Where Art Meets Science. Exploring New Frontiers is inspired by flight and allows visitors to experience this through three interactive artworks, including on where visitors can take on a First Person View of their own creation. Get more details about Exploring New Frontiers at Future World.
Anime Festival Asia 2022
Anime fans and those who love Japanese pop culture can head down to Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre for this three-day event, which starts on 25 November. Find out more and about ticketing here.
Día de Muertos: Magic Migrations At National Museum Of Singapore
Ever been curious about the Mexican celebration Día de Muertos, or Day of the Dead? Pay a visit to an exhibition at the National Museum of Singapore to find out more, or join one the programmes taking place this weekend to learn more about the significance of the holiday. Find out more about the Día de Muertos exhibition at National Museum of Singapore.