Hello March! We are into a new month! Here are some of the activities that you can look forward to this weekend in Singapore, 6 and 7 March 2021. Check out various ideas and activities for kids and families.
Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 6 & 7 March 2021
Sakura featuring Hello Kitty
Pay a visit to the Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay and be delighted by the pink cherry blossoms at the Flower Field. Adding a dose of kawaii is Hello Kitty, who you can snap pictures with at various photo spots around the Flower Field. Read more about it here.
ramble on: poems by madeleine lee
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Experience the intersection of poetry and nature in varied ways at ramble on at Lakeside Field, north Jurong Lake Gardens. View the poetry installation at on display till 14 March 2021 and pick up a complimentary activity kit by Sweettooth to accompany the poems over the weekend of 6 & 7 March (9 am to 6 pm), whilst stock last! Use the kit to go on a self-guided journey to discover the plants and creatures of Jurong Lake Gardens as featured in the poetry.
Update: All the activity kits have been redeemed.
Sentosa’s Kids Play Free – Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass
Enjoy the views from the air from the cabin of a cable as part of Sentosa’s Kids Play Free deal. Get free entry for one child with the purchase of an adult ticket! Enjoy significant savings with this awesome deal. Find out more about others available under the Sentosa Kids Play Free deals.
Jewel Wilderness Explorer Learning Journey
Kids aged 7 to 12 can sign up for a 90-minute Wilderness Explorer Learning Journey at Jewel. Learn about rainforest and its inhabitants through guided activities at six different learning stations. Find out more here.
Pasir Ris Mangrove Boardwalk
Looking for an outdoor spot to visit this weekend in Singapore? Take a trek to a mangrove forest are productive wetland which provide food, fibre and medicine to people in the tropical and sub-tropical regions. Pay a visit to one at Pasir Ris Park where the educational signboards describe the mangrove eco-system, and you can also visit the bird watching tower. Find out more here.