Not sure where you can go to unwind and have fun? Head for the great outdoors and lush nature, or escape into books and literary pursuits.
1. #BuySingLit 2020
6 to 15 Mar
Fun Ideas for the July Break: Discover the World through Amazing Activities
Feeling thankful, worried, stressed, happy, relieved? Express your emotions in these beautiful journals!
The annual Singapore literature movement is back, offering more than 60 exciting programmes such as such as gem biscuit-making, music performances, writing workshops across the island. Details.
2. Scholarly Treasures
Till 22 Mar
Asian Civilisations Museum
Discover the skills and tools of a Chinese scholar such as the brush, seal, paper and ink via an exploratory trail through Dr Tan Tsze Chor’s Chinese art collection and various hands-on activities. More info.
3. Sakura Matsuri – Tale of the Peach Boy
6 to 29 Mar
Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay
Step into the mythical world of Momotaro, a boy born from a peach, in this luxuriant cherry and peach blossoms floral exhibition. Look forward also to traditional Japanese cultural performances and programmes. Find out more.
4. West Marsh Visit with the ‘Kranji Marshals’
7 Mar, 7:30 am to 10:30 am
Designated for the conservation of marsh birds, the West Marsh is only accessible to visitors a few select times each year. Don’t miss this chance to visit and take in the beauty of the area, assisted by NParks volunteers at strategic locations. More info.
5. Fantasy Dreams
8 Mar, 3 pm to 4 pm
Esplanade Concert Hall
Join Singapore’s youngest community orchestra on a musical voyage through familiar and well-loved works like Harry Potter and Singapore television soundtrack songs. Learn more.
6. Weekends at The Artground
7 to 8 Mar
There’s a host of age-specific drop-in programmes here to be enjoyed, from storytelling and Bollywood dancing to planting workshops. Details.