Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 28 & 29 August 2021

Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 29 & 30 August 2021
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It’s the last weekend of August! It’s been a month of cheerful celebrations, interesting events and the thankfulness that things are starting to open up again. Here are some activities to do as we seize the weekend. Have fun and be safe!

Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 28 & 29 August 2021

Attend Bazaar In the Garden

Attend Bazaar In the Garden

Organised by NParks, August’s Bazaar in the Garden invites visitors to learn about the trees found in the Jurong Lake Gardens during the children’s storytelling session and more about gardening from the experts.

The Storytelling and craft section for kids happens at 9 am and explores the magical folktale called Niko and the Trees. There will also be crafting of Paper Trees out of recycled materials after the session. Slots are limited and available on a first-come-first-served basis. Click here to register!

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MOLLY, a pop-up mobile library

Another fun activity is MOLLY, a pop-up mobile library for kids to enjoy a large collection of children’s books, along with services like book borrowing and returning. The latest edition – MOLLY® 3 – is equipped with new features such as a wheelchair lift, a magnetic whiteboard for activity sessions, and customised child-friendly book stations at a convenient height for young readers that allow children to borrow and return books by themselves!

Read more about Bazaar In the Garden here.

Check Out the New Shake Shack at Gardens by the Bay

Roasted Garlic Mushroom Burger

The newest outlet of Shake Shack opens at Gardens by the Bay! It will be opened to members of the public on 28 August 2021. Visitors to Gardens by the Bay can now dine on a delicious limited edition loaded garlic menu while being surrounded by the flora and fauna of Gardens By The Bay. Read more in the article here.

Explore Nature from the Thomson-East Coast Line

Bright Hill Station
Image: Land Transport Authority

The Thomson-East Coast Line starts operations on 28 August 2021, making it easier for Nature lovers to access places such as MacRitchie Reservoir Park, Windsor Nature Park, Thompson Nature park and more! The line runs up alongside the eastern fringe of the Central Catchment Nature Reserve, creating an alternative means to access the various parks along that corridor. Read more about it here.

Go on a BlockWalk to Unlitter the neighbourhood

Go on a BlockWalk to Unlitter the neighbourhood

Launched in 2016, UnLitter Red Dot is an extension of Habitat Singapore’s mission to bring clean and safe living environments in the home and beyond. Due to the ongoing social distancing restrictions, Habitat has started BlockWalk, a socially distanced litter picking activity that helps to bring together the community to do make a difference.

They are having a session this Saturday, 28 Aug 2021 from 8.30 am to 9.30 am. There is no participation fee or age restrictions! Read more about BlockWalk at the page here and sign up for the event at the site here.

Zip About on a Night Luge Ride

Sentosa Night Luge Is Back & You Can Get Free Ice Cream Till 18 September

Want to have some adventure in the cool of the evening? Skyline Luge Sentosa’s Night Luge is back. Zip down the hill on a nighttime escapade. What’s more, from 20 August to 18 September, on Friday and Saturday nights, you can get to enjoy a complimentary New Zealand Natural ice cream with every purchase of the Night Luge 4 Luge & 4 Skyride Combo. Get more details here.

Catch the Light Up at the Bras Basah.Bugis precinct

Evening Walk to See the Lights
File photo from 2020

It’s the last weekend to catch the light-up of red and white of seven buildings in the Bras Basah.Bugis (BBB) precinct! The light-up is a show of unity across the arts and culture sector. One such building is the National Museum of Singapore, the façade projection will take place from 7.30 pm to midnight daily in August. Read more about it here.

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