Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 27-28 March, 2021

Ally Villar
·4-min read

The weekend is finally here! This means it is time to spend two whole days with the entire family and plan fun activities around the little red dot.

The good news is that this weekend is especially eventful in Singapore. From free attractions, awesome displays and exciting activities, there is no chance for you and the children to get bored. So if you still haven’t made any plans, worry not. Add these family-friendly activities to your to-do list!

5 Things To Do In Singapore This Weekend

1. Last weekend for Sentosa Kids Play Free

things to do in singapore this weekend
things to do in singapore this weekend

Image source: Sentosa website

All the FREE exciting activities for kids at Sentosa will be ending soon. So make sure you don’t miss out on getting your child a free pass to some of Sentosa’s fun attractions.

For every child with one paying adult, Sentosa Kids Play Free offers a cable car ride, a Sentosa Island Bus Tour, a visit to Madame Tussauds Singapore, and a chance to board the Royal Albatross. The event also includes a free pass to some family-friendly activities at iFly Singapore, SkyPark, GoGreen Segway Eco Adventure, and GoGreen Cycle.

2. Save power while fighting climate change during Earth Hour

things to do in singapore this weekend
things to do in singapore this weekend

Image source: Facebook / Earth Hour

Grab the chance to be part of a global movement to save our planet Earth by doing the simplest thing: switching off all your lights during Earth Hour 2021. On Saturday (27 March), one of the things to do in Singapore is gathering the family at home and turning off the lights to support the fight against climate change.

Organisers of Earth Hour are also encouraging residents to write their Kosong Plan. This is a list of climate actions that Singaporeans are encouraged to undertake every day to help achieve a “low-carbon, climate-resilient” home.

3. An extended visit from Hello Kitty at the Flower Dome

Image source: Gardens by the Bay website

If you haven’t gotten around to seeing the exclusive Sakura Featuring Hello Kitty display down at Gardens by the Bay, you’ll be happy to know that the vent has been extended! Now you have all the time to catch Hello Kitty and the beautiful spring blossom installations at the Flower Dome, which will be around until April 11, 2021.

Meet beloved Japanese mascot dressed up in a traditional kimono outfit as you stroll through the pink blossom landscape. You’ll also get to see a gold statue of Hello Kitty herself and a life-size topiary perfect for picture-taking.

4. Have some early Easter fun down at Downtown East’s Easter Egg Room

things to do in singapore this weekend
things to do in singapore this weekend

Image source: Facebook / Downtown East

With Easter just around the corner, why not celebrate it early and have some egg-citing fun at Downtown East where they’ve already installed a Life-Size Egg Tray. This display will certainly make for an adorable and festive photo with the kids!

What’s more, you can also join their Social Media Contest and get a chance to win $50 Downtown East Vouchers. Just snap a photo and post online. And, don’t forget to tag Downtown East’s social media accounts.

The contest ends on April 4, so if you’re around the area, why not take a quick family picture near the display! Afterwards, you can indulge in some arcade fun with the kids.

5. Take a peaceful walk around nature parks

Image source: National Parks website

It would also do you good to spend the weekend strolling through nature with the family at some of the island’s nature parks. After spending the whole week at work and with the kids at home, this would be a great opportunity to get some much-needed relaxation.

Get some fresh air and walk or bike around a park near you. After a long day of some outdoor fun with your children, you can lay out a picnic and end the day with a cosy family dinner.

Don’t miss out on a chance to spend the weekend with your loved ones and make sure to enjoy that short break you’ve been needing throughout the week.

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