We are officially in July! Half the year has gone past and if you are looking for ways to mark the first weekend of the second half of 2021, check out some of the ideas below.
Things to Do in Singapore on 3 & 4 July 2021
Pay a visit to Haw Par Villa
Haw Par Villa has reopened it doors and you can once again pay a visit to one of the most intriguing attractions in Singapore. Plus, admission is free. Find out more about what to expect here.
Dale Chihuly: Glass in Bloom Installations at Gardens by the Bay
There is one month left to view Dale Chihuly: Glass in Bloom at Gardens by the Bay. More than 80 pedestal sculptures and other works will also be on display around Gardens by the Bay, both at the Outdoor Gardens and at the Cooled Conservatories. Read more about it here.
Minion High Tea
Featuring the beloved, blue overalls-clad Minions from Despicable Me, this high tea by Janice Wong is a collaboration with Illumination and Universal Brand Development to bring forth through a unique high tea experience. Find out more about this dining experience with the Minions here.
Check out Yishun N8 Park
Those staying in the north, want to check out a green space with fun children’s playground? Yishun N8 Park, next to HomeTeamNS Khatib, has spaces to explore including a “Treehouse Playground”. Get the details here.
Go Cycling at Marina Bay
Explore Marina Bay, Gardens by the Bay, Bay East Gardens and the East Coast on two wheels. You can now rent bikes from Singapore Flyer to start off your explorations. Read more about the new bike rental shop at Singapore Flyer.
Have gravity-powered fun on one of the luge tracks at Skyline Luge Sentosa. What’s more, there is a 1-for-1 deal on Mondays, applicable to the 4 Luge + 4 Skyride Combo and exclusively available online for direct purchase only from 28 June to 2 August 2021. Read more about it here.
Da Vinci, The Exhibition
This Science Centre Singapore exhibition boasts the largest collection of Leonardo da Vinci’s inventions in Southeast Asia with more than 50 fully built inventions. It examines da Vinci’s life, research and art through the years. Find out more here.
Fly Me to Japan Dining Experience
Get the second half of 2021 off with a special treat. Go on a culinary journey to Japan in a four-course dinner menu set that can be enjoyed in a 90-minute private cable car cabin ride. Read more about it here.
Dive into family adventures with the arts with Esplanade Offstage. This features a rich set of free online content where families and kids can come together to learn about arts and culture while being entertained at home. For example, you can read a story about Pak Pandir, a well-known comic character in Malaysian folktales and make a hornbill mask at home. Find out more details here.