It is January! For many of us, it is the first weekend since returning to work or school. As we ease back into the routine, here are some ideas of what is on this weekend, 9 and 10 January 2021, in Singapore. If you are heading out, do remember to maintain social distance, wear your mask properly and take care!
Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 9 & 10 January 2021
Garden Rhapsody Full Shows Resume
Want to spend an evening out amongst the Supertrees? Gardens by the Bay’s Garden Rhapsody light show resumes from this weekend. Waltz on down to enjoy the sight at Supertree Grove. Get more details here.
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Jurong Bird Park $2.50 Admission
Pay a visit to Jurong Bird Park which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Admission for the month of January is $2.50. Additional charges do apply to other gated areas within the wildlife park. Get more details here.
Pongal Day Out 2021
Pongal Day Out 2021 will be celebrated at the Indian Heritage Centre with free admission to the museum from 9 to 17 Jan 2021. There are a variety of activities being lined up for the harvest festival as well such as an interactive learning portal, a planting workshop, farm tour experience and more! Learn about some of the activities you can look out for here.
Sengkang Floating Wetland
Want to get outdoors in the Northeast of Singapore? How about a visit to the Sengkang Floating Wetland at Sengkang Riverside Park. Get more details here.
Enjoy Free Admission to Sentosa
Free admission to Sentosa has been extended till 31 March 2021. Enter Sentosa via Sentosa Express or drive in for free and explore places such as Fort Siloso and the Imbiah Trail. Get more details about the free island admission here.
Festive Installation at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
Check out Double Prosperity, an outdoor installation at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall. It features two large ‘Foo Dou’ Guardian Lions, one male and one female. It is a collaboration between the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall and artists Tan Yizi and Lee Hsieh-Lung of Blackbox. At the Memorial Hall, you can also visit Scribble Town, an interactive exhibition that raises the awareness about bullying.