Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

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Activities and fun things to do in Singapore! Has 2022 started off on a good note for you? If you need to get out and have fun, there is still a lot going on in Singapore to bring back that happy face. And yes, it means keeping those face masks on and flaunting your vaccination or negative test results, but there are a lot of surprisingly joyful activities at the end of that long tunnel.

We’re talking about the coolest multi-sensory installations at the Museum of Ice Cream Singapore, art jamming, go-karting, upcoming festivals, pop-ups, exhibitions, and more!

Events in June

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

PUMA Run XX Nitro Pop-up

In conjunction with the launch of PUMA’s Run XX Nitro collection, PUMA has unveiled their biggest unboxing yet – a larger-than-life nitro-coloured shoebox containing interactive zones. In the space, all visitors will be able to discover and have fun with all the elements that make the PUMA Run XX Nitro Running Shoe so amazing. The zones include NITRO FOAM PIT which mimics the foam support of the cushion midsole; the MONOMESH TUNNEL which emulates the ultra-breathable mesh found in the shoe; and the PUMAGRIP SPRINT which sees a steel ramp with markings for runners to take their shot at reaching new heights to earn exclusive deals.

Participate in the fun games, grab some photos for the gram, and once you’ve completed checking out the pop-up, head to the store to get 30% off selected footwear!

Alongside the Run XX Nitro Running Shoe, PUMA introduces three new sportswear styles for a cohesive and complete look – High-Impact Elite Women's Training Bra, CLOUDSPUN Marathon Long Sleeve Running Top and Marathon High Waist Full Length Running Leggings. Built for peak performance without compromising comfort, the sporting garments are made with highly functional dryCELL materials and miDori bioWick, resulting in ultra-soft, moisture-wicking styles that fit and move with all silhouettes.

When? Till 5 June 2022

Where? Bugis+ PUMA Store

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!


Take a trip across the Juniperverse with Pernod Ricard’s globally diverse and dynamic gin portfolio! Pernod Ricard invites you to A Gin Odyssey for a sensorial tour of their gin brands at the inaugural pop-up showcase.

Seeking to bring the heart and soul of each gin to the shores of Singapore, the event will engage spirit enthusiasts as you uncover all that the juniper spirit has to offer. Get keenly acquainted with the rich cultures of Beefeater London Dry Gin, Malfy Gin from Italy, KI NO BI Kyoto Dry Gin, and Monkey 47 Schwarzwald Dry Gin as you navigate transatlantic realms in this specially curated journey.

Featuring four decorated sections inspired by the various gin houses, the educational and intimate tour presents an immersive and multi-sensory art experience that titillates your senses. From memory-embracing scents to soundscapes curated by local music producer Noisy Neighbours to interactive games and quizzes, each room conjures up a dream-like sequence as you journey through the odyssey.

Here’s another treat for guests: Limited quantities of the Monkey 47 Distiller’s Cut 2021 will be available for those who sign up as a member of LeCercle – an exclusive members-only programme by Pernod Ricard – at the event.

Buy tickets online at just S$29 per person including four taster cocktails. Sit yourselves at the open bar at the end of the tour and grab your favourite cocktail for just S$18! A glass of G&T with any of the featured gins comes at S$15.

When? 12 June to 26 June 2022

Where? The NCO Club, 32 Beach Road, Singapore 189764

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

bliss BASH 2022

bliss BASH is a playful and fun yoga-inspired community event for families to pause, reset and restart together. Participate in yoga poses individually or with a family partner and take home some great memories, movement ideas as well as a free yoga mat.

Take time, pause and reflect. This June holiday, choose activities that are more meaningful and focus on the overall well-being of your child and loved ones. Engage in creative activities designed to promote greater self-awareness, attention, and gratitude that lead to an overall sense of happiness and joy.

Take your pick from the outdoor yoga sessions starting every hour from 10am to 7pm or the indoor games and activities that will go on throughout the day – a fantastic way for kids and parents to do something fun together. You're sure to go home with memories of funny moments, a nicely stretched out body and lifted spirits!

Sign up online.

When? 12 June 2022

Where? Singapore Expo

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

Wellness Festival Singapore

Immerse yourself in a healing sound bath workshop, get moving in Pilates and yoga classes, or prepare a healthy feast with a world-class chef at Wellness Festival Singapore. Led by the Singapore Tourism Board in collaboration with public and private sector partners, the first-ever edition of the Festival will feature more than 120 holistic wellness experiences island-wide, including a range of fitness, emotional and mental wellbeing, and lifestyle focused programmes to rejuvenate your body and mind.

Visit the website for the full list of programmes and workshops.

When? 3 to 12 June 2022

Where? Multiple locations islandwide including National Gallery Singapore, Gardens by the Bay, and ArtScience Museum

Events in May

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

Perfume Making at Scentopia

Scentopia is the latest tourist attraction at Siloso Beach, Sentosa where you can make your very own signature scent! Putting a focus on Singapore’s unique floral heritage create a fragrance that suits your personality through their innovative fully digitised and touchless perfume-making bar.

Choose from fruity, floral, citrus scents and more. With over 3.4 trillion combinations available, customers can mix and match to create their very own fragrance, in a hand-crafted crystal bottle. Beyond all that, customers can also curate their own signature scent as room fragrances, reed diffusers, bath oils, and scented candles too!

The perfumery is also augmented reality enabled with over 300 free-to-use artworks in the metaverse.

Where? 36 Siloso Beach Walk, 099007

Events in April

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

Native Exclusive: Gin Cocktail Masterclass

Inspiring Singapore to discover the magic right in their hood, “Like A Native” is shaped by Native Exclusive signature experiences curated and specifically packaged by Native’s very own team of global citizens.

Native is exclusively offering an intimate Gin Cocktail Masterclass in collaboration with Hendrick’s Gin over at Flow Bar guided by the skilled hands of award-winning mixologist, Ricky Paiva.

When? 24 April 2022

Where? Flow Bar, 76A Duxton Rd, Level 2, Singapore 089535

What other upcoming events can you attend? For a start, those looking to amp up their weekend itineraries can look forward to unique events such as a Punch & Brunch which combines a 45-minute adrenaline-inducing Boombox Workout at boOm, Singapore’s functional training and boxing studio, followed by a wholesome and delicious brunch over at Carrotsticks and Cravings. Enjoy a painting-meets-soap-making workshop to create whimsical and usable works of art held in collaboration with Spin Paint House and Sugar & Spice.

Dining-focused highlights include a virtual golf-and-drinks session, Let’s Par-tee, at FiveIronGolf, where guests compete in golf challenges under the guidance of two professional players, fueled by delectable food and drink items.


Events in March

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

AR-mazing Tiger Trail 2022

#GETWILDFORTIGERS as the tiger year brings in yet another exciting event, and this time for a good cause too! Keep a look out for 33 life-sized tiger art sculptures all over the island, championing the cause of tiger conservation efforts by the World Wide Fund for Nature Singapore (WWF-Singapore).

Designed by global and local artists, the trail aims to further awareness of the conservatorship of these magnificent creatures. Each of these sculptures present a unique perspective on how climate change, poaching and deforestation is affecting tigers in the wild.

Don’t just take pretty photos with these gorgeous sculptures! The highly-visual, gamified trail encourages you to engage with them and deepen your understanding of the issues facing tiger conservation through a series of quizzes and Instagram AR filters, which can be unlocked at each sculpture on the trail. Simply scan the QR code at the base of each sculpture to find out more.

WWF’s Tiger Trail is raising awareness and funding to address the unrelenting decline in tiger populations across Southeast Asia. So what else can you do? Aside from visiting and engaging with the trail itself, a range of specially designed Tiger Trail Merchandise is available to purchase through the E-shop. All proceeds will go directly to furthering WWF-Singapore's important tiger conservation work.

Alternatively, you can also adopt a tiger. These symbolic tiger adoptions from WWF-Singapore strengthen community efforts in tiger landscapes, monitor and safeguard habitats against poachers, reintroduce prey species into tiger heartlands, and advocate for an effective management of forests.

When? 26 February - 9 April 2022Where? Islandwide including Gardens by the Bay, National Gallery Singapore and Sentosa

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

Still from ‘Get A Life, Alright!’

Aussie Film Festival

The inaugural Aussie Film Festival is happening from 17 to 27 March 2022 at The Projector! Presented in tandem with Harmony Week in Australia to celebrate Australian multiculturalism, the film festival features contemporary films that reflect Australia’s rich cultural diversity.

There are four films for you to catch: ‘High Ground’ directed by Stephen Johnson; ‘Rhapsody of Love’, and ‘Get a Life, Alright!’ directed by Joy Hopwood; and ‘The Drover’s Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson’ directed by Leah Purcell.

Buy your tickets from On sale from 28 February 2022. 

When? 17 to 27 March 2022

Where? The Projector, 001 Beach Rd, 05-00 Golden Mile Tower, Singapore 199589

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

D&A Style

JeweLuxe Singapore - The European Renaissance

JEWELUXE WORLD is bringing some of Europe’s finest jewellery brands and independent designer’s masterpieces to Singapore this February. Carefully curated European creative forces, embracing the spirit of the European Renaissance of jewellery designs including Marina B, Alessio Boschi and Amedeo (Italy), D&A Style and Tenzo (Russia) will be showcased at the JeweLuxe Gallery pop-up.

JeweLuxe is also collaborating with a slew of local and international fashion labels to present the Art of Modernising Traditional Craft in Fashion and Jewellery – a month-long of weekly curated experiences for the appreciation of Europe’s history of style – from Chinoiserie, to Frills and Ruffles to Lace, Punk and contemporary looks that rock!

When? 16 February to 22 March 2022

Where? JeweLuxe Pop-Up Gallery located at #01-11, Scotts Square

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

Left: Liminal by David Chan; Right: Una-VOID-able on Deck by Jessin Goh

White Jacket Art Exhibitions

White Jacket, a multiple-award-winning design studio by interior designer Patricia Ho Douven, has a new home on Upper Circular Road. Masterfully designed yet functional, the fully renovated studio is a Singapore-inspired space, filled with bespoke furniture, statement lighting and paintings designed and created by local artists. The studio also features cosy nooks, a dramatic show kitchen, a retail area and even an art gallery.

This month, White Jacket will host two art exhibitions in its customised gallery space. WJ x NAFA Showcase is a partnership between White Jacket and the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA). On display are 10 wooden stools, created to complement the round table in the retail area.

A Decade commemorates White Jacket’s 10th anniversary.Nine young artists were invited to create pieces in their signature style, based on the concept of celebration and encompassing local elements and history. Both exhibitions showcase the works of some of Singapore’s most prominent artists and designers.

When? Now till 31 March 2022, by appointment only

Where? White Jacket, 17 Upper Circular Rd, #03-00, Singapore 058415


Events in February

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

JeweLuxe Singapore - The American Dream

American jewellery designers will be showcasing their collections at JEWELUXE till 15 February 2022. The jewellery festival will feature brands new to Asia including Daria de Koning, Elliot Young Fine Jewelry, and Tagili.

Bringing a fresh perspective to jewellery appreciation, this year’s festival will revolve around the themes of Community, Sustainability and Empowered Living. Designs by powerhouse jewellery brands such as Kimberly MacDonald, Faraone Mannella and Paolo Costagli will also be showcased, inspired by the themes.

Former First Lady Michelle Obama, actresses Cameron Diaz and Taraji Henson are just some of the global powerhouses who have been captured wearing Kimberly McDonald’s signature fine jewellery designs. With her designs, Kimberly is hoping to empower Singapore shoppers to be inspired by her dedication to sustainability including incorporating reclaimed gold, recycled diamonds and implementing respectful practices.

Another brand that is enabling the art of giving back are two young mums, founders of Elliot Young Fine Jewelry, Jessica Elliott and Jennifer Young are showcasing their pieces for the first time to Singapore shoppers. Their deep passion for social causes is seeing the brand working with an international programme called Direct Relief, a humanitarian aid organisation that is active in more than 80 countries with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty or emergencies.

Celebrated Singapore designer behind fashion brand, Ying the Label, will also unveil an exclusive launch of their sustainable jewellery - Colours of the Wind Collection.

When? Till 15 February 2022

Where? JeweLuxe Pop-Up Gallery located at #01-11, Scotts Square

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

Photo Credit: Poh Yu Khing

Miss Julie by SRT

SRT is proud to stage Amy Ng’s adaptation of August Strindberg’s Miss Julie, in collaboration with Hong Kong Arts Festival. This co-production premieres in Asia, making its first stop in Singapore before moving to Hong Kong. For the first time since the pandemic, this production brings together a creative team and cast from Singapore, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom.

Directed by Singaporean Ng Choon Ping, Playwright Amy Ng’s adaptation of August Strindberg’s Miss Julie transports us into a tumultuous era, where the disintegration of the British Empire is set against the rising consciousness of nationalism sweeping across Asia. Co-produced by Singapore Repertory Theatre and Hong Kong Arts Festival, this is a startlingly provocative play where differences of class and race rub against each other like tectonic plates, resulting in an eruption of sexual powerplay and class manipulation. Gripping to the very end, Miss Julie challenges preconceptions about racial supremacy, sexuality and taboo relationships.

Get your tickets at S$45 from SISTIC or

When? Till 20 February 2022

Where? KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT, 20 Merbau Road, Singapore 239035

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

Museum of Ice Cream Singapore Night at the Museum Experience

The wildly anticipated Museum of Ice Cream (MOIC) officially opened its doors to the public last year at its first international location, 100 Loewen Road. Smack, bang in the heart of Singapore’s historic Dempsey enclave. MOIC Singapore sits on a 60,000 square foot property vibrant with the brand’s signature touch of pink, and all things happy! Think 14 multi-sensory installations, a world of stunning sights, sounds and tasty treats galore.

Discover your inner Picasso at the Museum of Modern Ice Cream, race to the latest craze at Marble Run, take a trip overseas to California Dreamin, jam to oldies at the jukebox in Scream’s Diner, and unleash your inner child as you leap to new heights at Inflatable - a pink bouncy you HAVE to get on. Make sure to take your time and enjoy the largest MOIC Sprinkle Pool ever created. There’s no such thing as an age limit to enjoy MOIC. From the most Instagrammable backgrounds you’ll find in Singapore city, to limitless fun for the kiddos, you can easily take between 1-2 hours to explore the destination.

Oh, and you need to keep your masks on at all times, except when you are eating unlimited servings of decadent ice cream treats! These include delicious flavours like Strawberry but also those with a local twist - such as Pulut Hitam Potong ice cream, Lemon Bliss Balls, Apple Pie Soft Serve, Lychee Bandung and Taro Milk Tea ice cream sandwiches - as well as unique flavours like Pina Colada ice cream.

MOIC is introducing an all-new Night at the Museum experience to help deepen on-site interactions for young adults and couples through play, promising an evening of activities and intimate conversations to facilitate connections that guests will share long after they leave. Cone-nection Cube is a series of quests for guests to complete that leads them to open up to one another, connect, and form fond memories. The reward for completing the Cube is a celebratory sprinkle shot at the alfresco bar made exclusively for the Night at the Museum experience!

The evening experience also welcomes guests with a refreshing, floral Hendrick’s Lunar Gin cocktail (or mocktail), served at Scream’s Diner whilst you bob to old-school jams that can be selected and played on a vintage jukebox.

MOIC Singapore is open from 10am to 11pm, Thursday to Sunday. Reservations begin from S$38, and children two years old and under enjoy complimentary entrance. Please read the rules of entry based on your vaccination status.

Night at the Museum experience opens from 1 Feb 2022 from 6pm, Thursday to Sunday, and the latest admission time is 8pm. Tickets start from S$48 and the experience, which takes 60 to 90 minutes, comes with a Hendrick’s Lunar Gin cocktail and unlimited sweet treats. Limited tickets to Night at The Museum are now available at

Where? Dempsey, 100 Loewen Rd, Singapore 248837

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

Galentine’s Day with Love, Bonito

Love, Bonito is celebrating Galentine’s Day, honouring sisterhood and female friendships. So grab your BFF and enjoy a fun afternoon at their ION Orchard outlet!

Get your nails done with Nodspark, customise yourr own body wash from Nude & Jar, and be the first to taste their Love, Bonito exclusive tea from 3ThirtyTea. A sure-win Gachapon machine will also be set up in-store, so Lady Luck is sure to be on your side. Before you leave, remember to snap some IG-worthy pictures at the Galentine’s Day-themed photo corner for the memories.

Revisiting nostalgic ways to express love and appreciation – through letters of love - Love, Bontio’s Exclusive illustrated Galentine’s e-gift cards with special notes of encouragement will be available for friends who are in need of retail therapy. Designs feature punny pickup lines, accompanied by adorable hand-drawn graphics, which are sure to bring a smile to their faces.

When? 11 and 12 February 2022, 3pm-9pm

Where? ION Orchard

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

Fundraiser to Support OSCAS (Oasis Second Chance Animal Shelter)

Raise a glass on Sunday, 20 February at Employees Only, to help Fernando, Bob, Clint, Faith, Hope and Speedy Gonzalez to live a better life! Each dog has gone through a traumatising experience and requires medicine, care, food and overall emotional support.

In existence since 2006, OSCAS has helped many rescues from the streets, and for this special occasion the organisation has teamed up with Bacardi and Fever-Tree at iconic cocktail bar Employees Only to help raise money for the cause. EO’s own Bryan Bonifacio will be joined behind the bar by renowned bartenders Andy Loudon from Tippling Club, Jun from No Sleep Club, Elliot Pascoe from 28 HongKong Street as well as content creator Victoria Cheng, to serve up a special menu honouring these fur babies and ultimately aiding to find their furever home.

The selection of crafted cocktails is available at S$20++ each, with all proceeds going to OSCAS and helping to build a better life for the animals.

When? Sunday, 20 February 2022, 6.30pm – 9.30 pm

Where? Employees Only, 112 Amoy St, Singapore 069932

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

Art Jamming at Spin Paint House

From the founder of Splat Paint House, one of Singapore's most popular art jamming studios, comes a new concept to unleash your creativity - Spin Paint House!

Inspired by spin artists such as Montreal-based Callen Schaub and British artists Swarez and Damien Hirst, create your own masterpiece with the custom-made spin art booths. Get a private booth with a spin painting table that allows you to control the speed and adjust the rotations based on the design you want to create on your canvas. Choose your own paint colours and tools such as pendulums and trapezes that help you create different effects such as waves and splats.

What’s more? Each booth comes with a ring light and phone stand so you can capture your entire process easily and show off your final artwork to the Insta fam. Suitable for all ages, this spin art jamming session is fun and safe for adults and kids alike!

Spin Paint House is open from Wednesdays to Sundays. Make your bookings online.

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

The Karting Arena

Here’s one for the motorsport enthusiasts and thrill-seekers! The Karting Arena will soon be opening their second track in Jurong, offering a full-fledged karting experience.

The Karting Arena is Singapore’s only track with electric and brand new BirelArt petroleum-powered karts. Both professional and leisure karters can look forward to racing on a 700-metre long track with 11 technical turns at the new facility. Offering thrills at every turn, there will be ample overtaking opportunities for karters to take on the wider straights while putting their skills to the test as they accelerate out of the corner to hit top speeds. With more room on track, there will also be more speed and exciting grid-starts for group events of up to 30 go-karts on track at any one time.

Don’t worry, it's fun and safe. The track was designed with recommendations from professional race drivers to deliver the most thrilling race experience on track and at the same time adhering to CIK-FIA safety requirements.

The Karting Arena is furnished with facilities including a racers’ and VIP lounge, private garage units, a helmet disinfecting station, race control room, lockers and more. Visitors can enjoy an unobstructed view of the track with an elevated viewing gallery, or choose to host corporate events at the fully-equipped indoor and outdoor event spaces that offers the versatility needed for both small parties and large-scale events.

Other amenities at the venue include d’Arena, an activity hub located onsite for those who need to refuel after a day of fun out on the track. The hub offers a range of recreational and sports facilities as well as an array of food choices.

The Karting Arena at Jurong is available for corporate and private bookings, competitive F1 Grand Prix packages and individuals. Fun Karting rates start from S$25/session for novice (minimum 9 years old and 140cm) and S$35/session for adults. Bookings can be made online.

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!


Surely by now, you know there are so many things you can do on Sentosa island and around its beaches. Now, there are a whole host of new planned activities you can enjoy apart from the usual swimming, picnics and volleyball.

Try birdwatching, yoga by the beach, intertidal explorations, and even jumping clay sculpting where you can unleash your creativity.

There is always something exciting in the offing. Whether they are new resort hotels, new attractions, new dining enclaves and more. Siloso Point has a buzzy new space to house the Trick Eye Museum and HeadRock VR, and along with it will be some exciting new dining options like 4AM Pizza, Slake, and Junglefowl — a cocktail bar.

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Events in January

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Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

Light To Night Festival 2022

A marquee event of Singapore Art Week, Light to Night Festival will light up the Civic District and beyond with visual spectacles and new interactive art experiences from 14 January to 3 February 2022.

Spearheaded by National Gallery Singapore, the displays can be viewed across the Asian Civilisations Museum, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, The Arts House, Victoria Theatre & Concert Hall, and new collaborators including the National Library Board, Capitol Singapore and Funan.

Artists and creatives were challenged to create artworks that uncover new perspectives and stimulate conversations based on their understanding of how the world has evolved in the “new normal”. Audiences, in turn, are invited to engage with these novel viewpoints. The exciting phygital format means scanning QR codes and using AR technology to interact with the exhibits.

Our two favourite art installations can be found at the Padang. Flight by LiteWerkz is an interactive installation inspired by the flight of birds that encourages introspection and self-discovery. Flight responds to Bluetooth signals emitted from festivalgoers’ mobile devices, to generate a symphony of light and colours that reorientates one’s perception of space. In contrast, Fragment of a Shoreline by Spatial Anatomy and Akai Chew with OFTRT brings audiences back to the Padang’s history yet encourages them to ponder on the present. Festivalgoers can sit at a reconstructed shoreline from the 1800s as multisensorial features prompt them to reflect on their individual experiences.

Meanwhile, crowd-pleasers including iconic light projections and live performances by Singaporean talents will continue to delight audiences.

When? 14 January - 3 February 2022

Where? Civic District

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

Art Agenda 2022 - ‘WE’RE YOUNG ONCE’

Art Agenda proudly presents its first exhibition of 2022, ‘We’re Young Once’. Comprising more than twenty works across different mediums and periods from an intergenerational selection of 15 artists spread across two storeys at Art Agenda, the exhibition is curated by young artist-curator Ian Tee. It forms part of Singapore Art Week (SAW) 2022 and is supported by National Arts Council (NAC) Singapore.

“In many ways, this project is born out of the conversations I have had with artists about their experiences and the “art scene” they grew up in. It also reflects my curiosity about the artworks I know through books or images online, but have never seen in person,” says Ian Tee.

‘We’re Young Once’ presents a rare opportunity to revisit different moments in history in one setting, and discover unexpected early works by artists we might be familiar with. Though the artworks on view are varied in their approaches, medium and subject matter, they all manifest a youthful spirit – of fearlessness, experimentation and vulnerability.

When? Till 30 January 2022

Where? Art Agenda, 63 Spottiswoode Park Road, Singapore 088651

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

Heartlands Festival

Singaporeans can still make weekends more meaningful by exploring the heartlands with their loved ones! To give individuals a chance to rediscover hidden gems in the heartlands, the inaugural Heartlands Festival is conducting the next few heartland tours on 16 and 23 January 2022 at Ang Mo Kio-Kebun Bahru and Bishan-Toa Payoh respectively.

For the foodies out there, qualifying rounds for the Eddy's Ultimate Food Challenge are still open for sign-ups, and winners can stand a chance to compete with Singapore's most famous competitive eater, Zermatt Neo, in the finals. Aside from the activities, participants can also stand a chance to win cash and prizes worth up to S$3388 in the Heartlands Festival Lucky Draw!

Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!
Fun Things to Do in Singapore - Yes, Even With Your Masks On!

Slurping Good Themed Playground

Instant noodle lovers, are you ready for a slurping good time? Get ready for the first instant noodle-themed experience playground in Singapore. Spicing up the Rochor Experience, which includes Eatbox and a basement Marketplace, Slurping Good! will run till 30 January 2022. Located at Tekka Place, right above Rochor MRT, Slurping Good! features 13 interactive spaces over two levels.

Walk through the noodle archway, be greeted by almost any noodle you can dream of and take a journey to find some of the noodles' most important ingredient-companions. Enter interactive rooms filled with murals, installations and games celebrating important ingredients like egg, meat, greens, seafood and cheese and see what goes into making a noodle dish taste oh-so-good!

Don’t forget to pick up official Slurping Good! instant noodle-themed merchandise and be sure to check out a selection of curated retail options featuring local brands. Each visitor will receive a complimentary tote bag containing retail and food vouchers, a pack of Nissin instant noodles as well as instant noodle claw machine tokens where you can stand to win Lazada vouchers worth up to S$50. Don’t forget to capture memorable moments at the Lazada Photobooth too.

Admission to Eatbox is free and features flavours from around the region with local twists. Some of these vendors include Sugarush, Butcher The Burger Bar, Soul Good Noodle Bar and Chickata. Marketplace is open daily features a wide variety of creative retail options.

Tickets are available at

When? Till 30 January 2022

Where? Tekka Place Annex Building, located right next to Eatbox.

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