5 Things To Do With Kids This Weekend In Singapore (22nd - 28th Mar 2021)



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We take a look at the best things to do and places to go with kids this weekend (22nd - 28th Mar 2021) in Singapore! 

Mummies and Daddies, we got you covered with this week's list of to-do and to-go for families! Now you don't have to fret over what to do or where to go! 

1. Taberu Tohoku Tour–A Virtual Food Fair in Northeast Japan

Taberu Tohoku Tour–A Virtual Food Fair in Northeast Japan
Image credit Japan Rail Cafe

Venue: Online – Facebook Live
Date: 27 Mar 2021
Time: 10.30 am – 6.00 pm 
Fee: Free

Japan Rail Café presents Taberu Tohoku Tour – A Virtual Food Fair in Northeast Japan. Embark on a virtual tour around the Tohoku Region, which comprises Aomori, Iwate, Akita, Miyagi, Yamagata, and Fukushima! Discover must-eat foods, take a trip down JR East’s Kamaishi Line, enjoy beautiful views, and visit the new agri-tourist facility, JR Fruits Park Arahama for the day. 

2. Musical Soundbites - Enigma Variations with Jessica Gethin

Musical Soundbites - Enigma Variations with Jessica Gethin
Image credit Singapore Symphony Orchestra

Venue: Online 
Date: 28 Mar 2021
Time: 3 pm 
Fee: Free

Conductor Jessica Gethin returns for a second series of her weekly online video series, following the success of her first series exploring Saint-Saëns’s Carnival of the Animals, which was launched as part of the SSO’s extensive digital season during last year’s Circuit Breaker. This time she will be introducing children to Elgar’s Enigma Variations over four weeks. Musical Soundbites: Enigma Variations will be released every Sunday from 14 March at 3pm on the SSO YouTube and Facebook pages and will be free to watch.

3. Storytelling Series: The First Music

Storytelling Series_The First Music
Image credit Gateway Theatre

Venue: Online – SISTIC Live Stream
Date: 27 Mar – 2 Apr 2021
Time: 11 am – 11 pm 
Fee: Free

Join a Young Storyteller from The Storytelling Centre, and animals deep in the African jungle, to discover what the very first music sounded like, and who the very first musicians were. The First Music will teach you that talented musicians come in all shapes and sizes!

4. Tropical Thrills at Universal Studios Singapore

Tropical Thrills at Universal Studios Singapore
Image credit Resorts World Sentosa

Venue: Universal Studios Singapore, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
Date: 11 Mar 2021 onwards (Thu – Sun)
Time: 2 pm – 9 pm 
Fee: From $56

Universal Studios Singapore is ready to bring you on a tropical adventure this season. Meet King Kahula, the fast-talking and music-loving tiki, as he welcomes you to his island in an all-new interactive meet and greets. Catch your favourite characters dressed up in their tropical island outfits, including Guy Diamond from DreamWorks Animation’s Trolls, who will be making his debut. Other characters you will be able to meet include Minions and Gru from Illumination’s Despicable Me, Shrek and Princess Fiona, as well as Cookie Monster and Elmo! Additionally, you will get to enjoy a free treat with every One-Day Ticket purchased with the SG Resident Promo. 

5. Songkran Water Festival 2021

Songkran Water Festival 2021
Image credit Wild Wild Wet

Venue: Wild Wild Wet, 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Singapore 519599
Date:1 – 30 Apr 2021
Time: 3 pm – 5 pm 
Fee: From $18

Wild Wild Wet brings a new and refreshing Songkran Festival Experience this April! The popular Songkran Music Festival at Wild Wild Wet may not be happening this year, but fun-seekers can certainly look forward to a month-long, all-new festival experience where the water park will be refreshingly transformed into a Thai-themed attraction. 

Songkran Water Festival 2021
Image credit Wild Wild Wet

Arm yourself with a water gun and join in an epic water gun battle held daily from 3 pm to 5 pm, enjoy Thai Milk Tea among other signature snacks and take an experiential journey through Thailand! 

 


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This article is prepared by

Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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