Wondering what’s on this weekend in Singapore, 8 & 9 July 2023? We’ve put together a list of ideas and events that you can enjoy on our little red dot.
Read on to find out what’s on in Singapore this weekend.
What to Do This Weekend in Singapore: 8 & 9 July 2023
Families for Life (FFL) Picnic @ Gardens by the Bay
Enjoy an afternoon of fun-filled carnival activities including ring toss, milk tin toss, balloon sculpturing and FFL bouncy castles on Saturday, 8 July. Stand a chance to win Becky Bunny Plushies when you participate at the carnival activities, while stocks last. Get more details here.
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LEGO BTS Dynamite Experience Pop-up
From 7 to 16 July, a LEGO® BTS Dynamite experience inspired by the LEGO® IDEAS BTS Dynamite Set pays tribute to the 21st century pop icons, BTS. Located in the heart of Orchard Road, in front of Ngee Ann City, the experience is designed to immerse visitors in a Dynamite town with visually captivating photo opportunities and interactive activities. Read more about the LEGO BTS Dynamite experience.
While at Ngee Ann City, you may also wish to check out the Turkish ice cream seller and his antics.
Singapore Really Really Free Market
On Sunday, 9 July 2023, head down to the National Library building at Victoria Street in the afternoon for the Singapore Really Really Free Market. Part of Read Fest ’23!, this special edition of the Singapore Really Really Free Market will feature Rewriting Extinction’s The Most Important Comic Book on Earth, an anthology of visual stories on environmentalism. Get more details here.
“Make a Wish Magpie”: Customise Your Own Crochet Plushie Workshop
Participate in a lost tradition of the Qixi Festival, with a modern twist! Customise your very own crochet magpie at this crochet plushie workshop on 9 July. No crochet experience required. Get tickets and more details here.
100 Faces of Tiger – Come, Be the King of Beasts!
Join a mask making activity conducted by Arts Fission for children at Punggol Regional Library. Learn about the different Asian legends surrounding the famed tiger and learn to make a unique wearable mask! Children will be guided by artists and facilitators to construct the mask and to create their own personal expression of the tiger using recycled materials provided onsite. Get more details and register here.
Not familiar with this new library? Check out our guide to Punggol Regional Library.
Jazz in July
Head to Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay to enjoy the sounds of jazz this July. There will be free performances, stage jams and a big band performance over the weekend. Get more details about Jazz in July.
L’OCCITANE Hotel Pop-up Event
Experience L’OCCITANE Singapore’s largest and most immersive pop-up event yet before it ends on 9 July. Discover their Almond, Immortelle, and Haircare range through sensory experiences at the “L’OCCITANE Hotel” at Raffles City Shopping Centre. Be transported to magical destinations in the immersive projection rooms, including a stunning Almond Forest in Valensole and an endless Immortelle Flower Field in Corsica. Get more details here.
ComCrop Farm Tour
Enjoy a tour around Singapore’s pioneer rooftop farm. Learn about ComCrop’s contribution to Singapore’s food security and the innovation and considerations behind their operations. This tour takes place on 8 July as part of Go Green SG. Book tickets here or read more abut the ComCrop Farm Tour.
Kayaking is a fun activity and with so many reservoirs and water bodies in Singapore, it is something that is easily accessible. Find out more about places to go kayaking in Singapore.