Everyone needs a break now and then from books and revision. Check out these fun, relaxing events going on this weekend to help you refresh and recharge.
1. SAFRA Punggol Trails of the Forbidden Forest
13 Oct, 6 pm to 11 pm
Time to start a new hobby? How about baking?
Halloween fun doesn’t have to come with nightmares and heart-stopping shocks. This family-friendly carnival offers scare zones suitable for kids as young as three, games, craft activities, magic shows and more. Details.
2. Autumn In The Train
11 to 14 Oct, 11 am to 10 pm
Tanjong Pagar Centre L1 Urban Park
Come celebrate Japan’s “Railway Day” at Tanjong Pagar Centre’s Urban Park, where you can see popular experience-themed trains and enjoy activities such as meet-and-greet sessions with Pikachu mascots, anime screenings and games. More info.
3. Baby Market Fair
12 to 14 Oct, 11 am to 9 pm (8 pm on Sunday)
Singapore Expo Hall 5
This mega baby products and services event has been voted the best of its kind in Singapore by local mums. Find everything baby-related under one roof and snag some great bargains while you’re there. Learn more.
4. Weekends in the Park: Lifestyle Market & Workshops
13 to 14 Oct
Parkland Green, East Coast Park
Enjoy the great outdoors, shop for creative wares and pick up some useful tips on how to repurpose everyday items all at the same time at this laidback lifestyle market in the park. Find out more.
5. Bandstand 6
13 Oct, 6 pm to 7 pm
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Chill out with a picnic and enjoy music performed by the Singapore Armed Forces Ceremonial Band. More info.
6. Star Learners Celebrating Everyday Heroes
13 Oct, 1 pm to 4 pm
Enjoy a family bonding experience while helping to raise funds for underprivileged children at this fun event packed with activities, games and more. Details.
7. Andy Griffifths Singapore Tour
POPULAR Bras Basah Complex & Kinokuniya Singapore Main Store
The bestselling author of the massively popular Treehouse book series and other hits is in town to tell fans more about the 13 new storeys added to the 104-storey Treehouse. Learn more.