It’s the last weekend of November! As we approach the last month of 2021, here are the various activities that you can take part in this weekend to rest and unwind with family or friends.
What to Do This Weekend: 28 & 29 November 2021
Everyone’s welcome on the farm! The Goodman Grows community farm is opening this November with a fun-filled weekend of art, nature, food, earth-friendly wares and more on 27 and 28 November 2021. Join one of over 20 creative and gardening workshops, demonstrations and experiences. Have a blast at the Down to Earth Market – with goods specially curated to be good for you and the planet in time for Christmas too. Read more here.
2. Mighty Warrior Prince Bheema – An Esplanade Production
As part of the Kalaa Festival at Esplanade, Catch the exciting adventures of superhero Bheema from the famous epic, the Mahabharata. Admission for ages 1 and above. Recommended for children ages 4 to 8. This theatrical show is performed in English. Read more here.
3. Pororo Playground at SAFRA
Experience magical moments from the snowy hamlet of Porong Porong at SAFRA Punggol this school holidays with Pororo The Little Penguin Bouncy Playground, taking place from now to 13 February 2022. Kids can have plenty of high energy fun as they bounce away to their heart’s content with their favourite characters. Read more here.
4. A Universal Christmas
This Christmas 2021, bask in the year-end festivities when you celebrate the holidays at Resorts World Sentosa. An exciting day awaits guests at RWS’ world-class attractions. Brimming with Christmas joy and excitement, Universal Studios Singapore will be decked out in Christmas decorations to welcome guests to A Universal Christmas 2021. Read more here.
5. Changi Festive Village
The Changi Festive Village is back this year with more fun-filled activities for the entire family! Be dazzled by Changi’s longest-ever light-up at the Jurassic Mile. Set off on a glamping trip and watch planes take off right from your tent. Have a roaring good time exploring our dino-themed activities. Or end your holiday on a high by running a virtual marathon! Read more here.
6. Pop-up Disney
Take your chance to see Mickey and Minnie in Singapore! A miniature version of Disneyland has been magically brought to life in Suntec City Convention Centre. The immersive exhibition originated from Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort in California and Singapore is the first pitstop Mickey has chosen. Read seven reasons to check it out here.
7. Poinsettia Wishes
Start the year-end holidays on a whimsical note with a visit to Poinsettia Wishes 2021 at Gardens by the Bay. The well-loved seasonal floral display is inspired by traditional confectionery from the Nordic countries, with an eight-metre-tall Cupcake Ferris wheel as one of the highlights. There are also larger-than-life delightful “treats” and festive plants. Read more here.
8. Jumptopia: Holiday Village
From 19 November 2021 to 2 January 2022, have an action-packed holiday experience at Kiztopia’s Jumptopia: Holiday Village at Marina Bay Sands’ Sands Expo and Convention Centre. With more bouncy castles and more activities, it’s guaranteed to be plenty of fun. Furthermore, families can get a special package at Klook for a limited time. Read more here.
9. Butterfly Maze
The Butterfly Maze at Jurong Lake Gardens is a lush nature spot that provides a chance for kids to have active fun while learning all about fluttering butterflies. Located between the Forest Ramble play area and Garden House, Jurong Lake Gardens’ Butterfly Maze is a unique spot. It invites young ones to enter in and explore the various green passages that make up the maze. Read more here.
10. Cycle at Pulau Ubin
Head out of the city to rustic Pulau Ubin! The best and fastest way to get around the island is on two wheels. Get more information on bicycle rentals, cycling routes and recommended spots. Don’t forget your helmets and safety gear! Read more here.
11. Start ordering food for Christmas
Festivities should be enjoyable and not stressful. Start preparing for Christmas Takeaways and iconic food items such as Turkey, Log Cakes, Christmas Cakes and making reservations for Christmas Lunches! You can also start shopping for Christmas decor.
12. Otah Camp
Go on an inspiring and magical camping adventure with Otah and friends! This school holiday, go through the magical forest and find Camp Stardust while seeing plants and animals inspired by the National Museum of Singapore’s William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings along the way. Read more here.