Hello, November! As we enter the penultimate month of the year, things are starting to ramp up for the holiday season. We can almost smell the holidays around the corner! Hurray! If you’re looking for things to do this weekend in Singapore, 5 & 6 November 2022, we’ve got a whole bunch of ideas below.
What to Do This Weekend in Singapore, 5 & 6 November 2022
The Doraemon Exhibition Singapore
The Doraemon Exhibition was first held in 2002 and Singapore is its first stop outside of Japan. View the works of different artists interpreting their memories and perceptions of Doraemon at this ticketed event at National Museum of Singapore. There’s also a pop-up dorayaki cafe and a shop with exclusive merch too! Get more detail about the Doraemon Exhibition Singapore 2022.
Avatar: The Experience
Pay a visit to Pandora at the Cloud Forest. There are different photo spots as well as various interactive stations where you can avatarise yourself or fly a banshee. You can also get to come face-to-face with an ilu, a new creature that will feature in the upcoming Avatar film. Get more details about Avatar: The Experience.
T3 Underground Carnival
Starting 4 November 2022, enjoy the past, present and future at the Changi Airport Terminal 3 Underground Carnival. Start off the retro The Great World before playing games at the The Modern World section of the carnival. Then head to The Future World where Dino Kart 3.0 awaits. Get more details of the T3 Underground Carnival at Changi Airport.
Plan ahead for School Holiday Camps and Activities
Wondering what the kids can do during the upcoming school holidays? Check out a list of exciting and fun November and December 2022 school holiday camps and activities. There’s a space-themed camp, multi-activity camps and much more. Book early to chope your spot. Read more here.
Fukushima Food Fair at Japan Rail Cafe
Japan Rail Cafe is presenting the Fukushima Food Fair with a new Monthly Menu and selection of items at the Retail Corner. There’s also a Free Tasting Session from 2 to 8 November. Get more details here.
#HomeThisChristmas: Gift-For-Good Workshops
The #HomeThisChristmas: Gift-For-Good Workshops are a series of workshops by Habitat for Humanity Singapore where participants can let their creativity flow and create unique Christmas gifts for family and friends. The first workshop starts this Sunday, 6 Nov, but it has already been sold out. But you can still book in advance for the other workshops. Get more details here.
New Dining Spots in Punggol
Punggolites may want to check out a new sourdough-forward cafe, Anna’s, at Oasis Terraces. Or, there’s also the newish Tiong Bahru Bakery at Waterway Point. Drawing the crowds is also the newly opened One Punggol Hawker Centre.
SEIJO ISHII Pop-Up Fair
Japanese supermarket chain SEIJO ISHII has opened it inaugural overseas pop-up store at Isetan Scotts Supermarket. Pop by to shop from the 42 items, including seasonal items, it has brought in from its inventory of 10,000. Get more details here.