It is the last weekend of February! Looking for things to do this weekend in Singapore, 27 and 28 Feb 2021, we’ve got a selection of ideas for you!
Things To Do This Weekend, 27 & 28 February 2021, In Singapore
Take Advantage of a 3-for-2 Deal Before It Ends This Weekend
It is the last weekend to take advantage of a not-to-be-missed 3-for-2 promotion at both Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A. Aquarium before it ends on 28 February 2021. Pay admission for two visits and enjoy a third visit for free anytime from now till 30 September 2021! Get the details here.
Visit Pang Sua Pond
Pang Sua Pond has been lit up beautifully for the Chinese New Year festivities. Enjoy the festive atmosphere under fairy lights and swaying red lanterns at the Bukit Panjang wetlands. Visit it before it ends this weekend. Find out more here.
Otah & Friends
Play hide-and-seek with Otah the otter at Singapore’s first otter-themed experience. Look for Otah before his cookies get burnt and you will be rewarded with a treat! Find out more here.
Workshop: Paper-cutting Decorative Light Box
Recommended for children ages 6 to 12, this craft workshop is part of the Huayi – Chinese Festival of Arts 2021. Craft materials will be mailed out to participants while an instructional video can be watch till 14 March. Find out more here.
Why Cats and Dogs Fight
Cats and dogs have never been able to get along, and cats are always chasing rats! All this happened because of one magic ring. The Storytelling Centre will be presenting this storytelling session from 27 February to 6 March 2021. Find out more here.
STAR WARS Identities: The Exhibition
What Star Wars character would you be? Head down to ArtScience Museum where you can not only see original props and art from movies but also develop your own Star Wars character too. Find out more here.
Total Defence Commemorative Specials
Singapore Discovery Centre is holding special programmes this weekend in commemoration of Total Defence Day. Go on a XD Simulation ride, join for a guided tour, watch a multimedia drama show and a short film, or try your hand at a colouring craft. Admission is free. More details here.