School’s out, fun’s in! Take some time to let your hair down and plan a fun week with the kiddos with the help of this list of stuff to do.
These activities include Sentosa FunFest and Nickelodeon Fiesta for the little ones, the last week of Prudential Marina Bay Carnival for thrillseekers, and a romantic backyard movie night for a date night.
Keep your eyes peeled on a series of six pop-up art exhibitions that will appear across Singapore on the weekends of March, from 16 – 17, 23 – 24, 30 – 31 March 2019.
At S$20 per exhibition, PASSPORT aims to bring art beyond the walls of museums to showcase them in homes, where hosts will collaborate with artists to explore topics, such as identity, belonging, home, privilege and love.
It’s the last week to catch the Prudential Marina Bay Carnival. Get your heart pumping with adrenaline on the new Remix Extreme ride, touted as the ‘possibly the carnival’s wildest ride’.
Time to let loose this March holidays while you find all whopping 800 Gudetama inflatables scattered across Sentosa. Look out for the iconic three-meter tall lazy egg yolk lounging on Palawan Beach and get your cameras ready to snap hilarious tumbling actions of your kids on the 25-meter inflatable playground.
Did you know, manta rays are one of the world’s smartest fishes in the ocean? Learn more about the manta rays at the S.E.A Aquarium and watch as the aquarists bonds with them over an enrichment and feeding session.
Participate in a “Pick Your Favourite Manta Name & Win” contest from now until 30 April 2019, and if you want to see them before choosing a name, S.E.A Aquarium is currently offering a special bundle to Singapore Residents with online discounts for two adults and one child at S$72 (U.P. S$98).
This year’s Singapore Bicentennial edition of Singapore Heritage Festival 2019 (SHF) will pique your interest with guided walking tours, exploring various neighbourhoods and understanding its culture.
Look out for the all-new Ride & Discover island-wide exhibition around bus routes when commuting on bus numbers 2, 30, 146 and 222.
Barbie has come a long way from just being a pretty doll. She’s taken on various jobs and now comes in different body types and skin tones, representing and inspiring kids from every walk of life.
In celebration of Barbie® 60th Anniversary, Singapore Flyer has teamed up with Mattel to launch the World’s First Barbie™ Flight. The capsule features Barbie with occupations that are less represented, which aims to encourage children to ‘dream big and fly high’.
The ticket includes priority boarding, a glass of mocktail and macarons and a photo souvenir for the child.
Get cosy and enjoy Wheeler’s Estate‘s first Backyard Movie Night this 22 March 2019 as you snuggle up with your partner on its lawn while watching Great Gatsby in each other’s arms.
Entry is free and a picnic mat will be provided upon the purchase of food and drinks from the restaurant, strictly no outside food and beverages are allowed.
Backyard Movie Night: Wheeler’s Estate, 2 Park Lane, Seletar Aerospace Park, Singapore 798386 | Facebook
Catch the last week of In an Instant exhibition at the National Museum of Singapore and walk away with handicrafts and locally-made items at the Art Market In an Instant this 22 and 30 March 2019.
The art market is specially curated in collaboration with The Local People. You’ll be happy to know that entry fees for the exhibition will be waived during the Art Market.
Art Market In An Instant: 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897 | Facebook
Make March holidays unforgettable for your little ones at Nickelodeon Fiesta, returning for its third year on 23 and 24 March 2019. It will feature games booths and stage games with themes from SpongeBob SquarePants, Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, PAW Patrol and other favourite shows that your kids will enjoy.
Nickelodeon Fiesta: Clarke Quay, Singapore 179024 | Facebook
The Francophonie Fiesta 2019 will heighten with the gathering at Alliance Française to celebrate Francophonie Day on 23 March 2019. There will be various booths and games from participating Francophone countries that will fill your Saturday with fun.
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