We are a week away from Chinese New Year 2021! If you haven’t started prepping for it or are yet to complete your spring cleaning, this weekend would be a good time to get started! If you have and are looking for fun things to do in Singapore over the weekend, 6 and 7 February 2021, check out some of our suggestions below.
Things to Do This Weekend in Singapore – 6 & 7 Feb 2021
Usher in the Fun at Universal Studios Singapore
Show off your best kungfu moves with Po and strike a pose with festively dress minions at Universal Studios Singapore! There is a special treat in store with purchase of admission tickets and you know you will have a fun time on all the rides at the park! It is also not too late to book a staycation with a three-nights-for-two deal going on as well! Get the details here.
Take the Yosakoi Challenge
Stay in and take the Yosakoi Challenge for a chance to win prizes all the way from Japan. You will need a naruko, a handheld clapper, but the good news is that there is a template for you to make one out of paper. Find out more.
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Meet Up with Otah & Friends
Play hide-and-seek with Otah the Otter at BayFront Plaza. Have a colourful escapade and be rewarded at the end of your adventure. Find out more about what to expect at Otah & Friends here.
STAR WARS Identities: The Exhibition
Fans of Star Wars will have a field day at STAR WARS Identities: The Exhibition at ArtScience Museum. View original props and costumes from the iconic movies. You can also create your own Star Wars character as you learn about how culture and experiences shape who we are. Find out more here.
New Luke’s Lobster at Jewel Changi Airport
How does Truffle Butter Lobster Roll sound to you? Luke’s Lobster has opened a new outlet at Jewel Changi Airport and has this delectable option available. Read more about what else you can tuck into at this new location.
Shoot the Breeze at Pandan Reservoir
Pandan Reservoir is the only elevated reservoir in Singapore. Pay a visit in the early morning or late afternoon for a stroll around its tranquil waters. It is also possible to rent kayaks but you will need to make arrangements beforehand. Get more details here.