Hello November! As we enter into the last two months of the year, we’ve rounded up something to do over the weekend of 6 & 7 November 2021. From artsy ideas to nature spots, check out our picks for the weekend in Singapore.
What To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 6 & 7 November 2021
Singapore Writers Festival 2021
From 5 to 14 November, get your November off to a “write” start with Singapore Writers Festival 2021. The family-friendly SWF Playground track include both free and ticketed programmes and workshops.
This weekend, there are workshops on writing exciting mystery stories, a session about teen detectives and cat agents and bilingual storytimes. Festival passes start from just $20 to gain access to a variety of family-friendly programmes. Get more details here.
Deepavali Celebrations at Indian Heritage Centre
Indian Heritage Centre is celebrating Deepavali with drop-in activities for the family, a mini light-up installation and more. Get the details of what’s on here.
Monster Invasion Workshops
But did you know that Marshall Cavendish Education does more than publish books? They also have holiday workshops for inquisitive young minds. These include workshops to help kids prepare for the new school year to hands-on smart car kit building workshops. Plus, get 10% off with Little Day Out’s promo code LDO10. Get the full details here.
Wild About Twilight
Enter the world of pangolins at Night Safari’s World of Twilight and go on an augmented reality adventure around its walking trails. And there is a 40% off promotion going on at the moment till 17 November 2021. Get more details here.
Gallery Children’s Biennale 2021
Embark on a multi-sensory experience amongst nine on-site installations at National Gallery Singapore from 6 November 2021. Get more details here.
Sungei Buloh Mangrove Boardwalk
Looking for a spot of nature this weekend, 6 & 7 November 2021, in Singapore? How about heading out to explore Sungei Buloh Mangrove Boardwalk. This nature spot offers both tranquility and the thrill of trying to spot wildlife living in the murky waters. Find out more here.
Go on an exploration of the lifecycle of the butterfly at Jurong Lake Gardens’ newly opened Butterfly Maze. Part of the Gardens’ therapeutic garden, the maze is just beside a Children’s Discovery Area. Plus, it isn’t far from the awesome Forest Ramble playground too. Read more about the maze here.
Pay a visit to Slurping Good, Singapore’s very own instant noodles themed exhibition and play space. After you work up an appetite, head over to Eatbox next door for some yummy grub too. Find out more about Slurping Good here.