From a dinosaur café to an appointment with the birds, or making a splash in the pool, there are plenty of things to do this weekend in Singapore, 7 & 8 November 2020. Plus, with the year-end school holidays just around the corner, it wouldn’t be a bad time to get started making some plans too.
We round up various things to do this weekend in Singapore, 7 and 8 November 2020, and provide some suggestions of both online and offline activities that will be fun for the family.
Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 7 & 8 November 2020
Liberty Swim for Hope 2020
It is the second last weekend for you to take part in the Liberty Swim for Hope 2020 which is raising funds for charity. This year’s event is being held virtually so you can take swim in any pool of your choice. There is a category for kids as young as 6 years old and one for families to participate in together. It is a great way for kids to get active and learn they can make a difference too. Get more details here.
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Jurassic World Café
The latest pop-up café in Singapore roaring high up in the sky at ION Orchard. The Jurassic World Café opens on 6 November 2020 with dishes inspired by the 2018 movie. If you wish to visit, be sure to make a booking in advance. Find out more here.
Jurong Bird Park Flash Sale – 50% Off Till Sunday!
From 4 to 8 November 2020, get tickets to Jurong Bird Park at 50% off. Tickets at this flash sale can be purchased for the upcoming year-end school holiday period and with tickets going for as low as $7.50, it will make your day out at the wildlife park even sweeter! Get the details here.
You can also check out our top tips for a visit to Jurong Bird Park.
HortPark’s New Edibles Gardens
If you wish to get out for a bit of fresh air this weekend, 7 & 8 November 2020, in Singapore, how about paying a visit to HortPark. Take in the sights at new edibles gardens, or stop by the playground and nature play garden with the kids. For the more gung-ho who wish to stretch their legs, take a walk from HortPark to Telok Blangah Hill Park or, in the other direction, Kent Ridge Park.
Furry Tales by Leia
At The Arts House on Saturday, 7 November, join Daniel Boey for Furry Tales by Leia – fairy tales inspired by pets which delve into their secret lives. Registration is required for this workshop, part of Singapore Writers’ Festival 2020.
Other programmes for families that you can enjoy over this concluding weekend of the Singapore Writers’ Festival include Elly’s Art Show featuring Baek Heena, which takes place online.
Want to do some spring cleaning as the school year ends? How about donating preloved textbooks to the FairPrice Share A Textbook project? Get the details here.
Art After Dark: Above & Beyond
From 6 to 15 November 2020, art lovers can enjoy a slate of new exhibitions opening at Gillman Barrack’s galleries such as FOST Gallery and Yazuz Gallery. These are complemented by online viewing rooms at the Art After Dark website.
Let’s Go Tour Singapore (Starting 14 Nov)
Explore Singapore and see it like never before on series of tours starting next week, 14 November 2020.
Lead by tour operator Let’s Go Tour, the first tour, Regardless of Race Language & Religion, takes participants on a walking excursion around Chinatown to discover how Singapore has developed into the harmonious society it is today.
Other tours lined up over the next few weeks include visits to a fish farm and Kampong Lorong Buangkok, Singapore’s only remaining kampong on the mainland.
More upcoming tours cover the themes of the sea and aviation too. Find out more here.
Doraemon at National Museum of Singapore
Take pictures with Doraemon and discover artefacts which look surprising modern at the National Museum of Singapore. Get more details of Doraemon at National Museum of Singapore.