30 New Things For Families To Do In February 2024 In Singapore



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Very quickly, we are entering February! Here are more ideas for you to create family fun this month!

Family fun doesn't end as we share more exciting to-dos in our list of new and fun things to bring your kid out to in Feb 2024! From new openings to exciting events, there is just so much to do in Feb! So read on and discover your next family fun this month! So bookmark the list and refer back when you need new outing ideas!

Come discover and create family fun with all the new things to do this January!  

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1. World of Pinkfong and Baby Shark's Playhouse Arrives at Marina Square

Venue: Let's Play @ Marina Square, Level 3 (near Starbucks)
Dates: 26 Jan - 31 Mar 2024
Admission: from $28

The World of Pinkfong and Baby Shark's Playhouse is a sensational location-based experience based on the global phenomenon Pinkfong and Baby Shark and they are making its debut splash in Singapore at Let's Play @ Marina Square!

Get ready to sing, dance, and explore at Pinkfong, Baby Shark, and Friends. Immerse yourself in an ocean of excitement as you journey through interactive play zones, engaging activities and captivating displays inspired by the beloved Pinkfong and Baby Shark! Pinkfong and Baby Shark's Playhouse is happening at Let's Play at Marina Square Level 3 from 26 Jan to 31 Mar 2024 (closed on 9 and 10 Feb 2024). 

2. Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience Arrives in Singapore

Venue: Coastal Trail, Sentosa
Date:¬†from 3 Feb 2024; 7:45 p.m. ‚Äď 11:15 p.m. (last entry at 10:15 p.m.)
Fee: from $39 (Tickets available here)

Following a massively successful run in the US and the UK, Warner Bros. Discovery Global Themed Entertainment in partnership with Fever and IMG, has announced that Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience will make its Asia-Pacific debut in Sentosa, Singapore from 3 Feb 2024 at Sentosa! 

Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience will take place on a trail with lush greenery. Inspired by the iconic Forbidden Forest and featuring creatures from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts series, mesmerising lights will transform the landscape into a magical outdoor trail.

Visitors will discover some of their favourite moments from the Forbidden Forest, encounter mystical creatures such as Hippogriffs, Unicorns, and Nifflers, and practice casting their very own spells.

3. Family-friendly Musical - Errol's Garden

Venue:¬†KC Arts Centre ‚Äď Home of SRT, 20 Merbau Rd, Singapore 239035¬†
Dates: From 28 Feb 2024
Admission: From $27

Introduce the world of theatre to your little ones at "Errol's Garden," an engaging family musical presented by SRT The Little Company. Suitable for kids aged 3 and above, this delightful production is set to captivate audiences from 28 Feb 2024 onwards! 

Errol loves plants so much that he has them growing out of every pot, pan and teacup he can find in his small flat, to the dismay of his family. He knows that plants need water, sunlight, and space. They need a garden. Errol and his sister Tia search through their block of flats for the perfect space and discover a neglected rooftop full of rubbish. After Errol and Tia clean up the space, they imagine building a community garden, but first, they will need to convince all their neighbours to pitch in and help. A grumpy neighbour, some garden pests and the weather all try to stand in their way, but Errol is determined to make his dream a reality.
 
Filled with catchy songs, humour and imagination, Errol’s Garden is an interactive musical for all. Join Errol as he turns his roof top into a beautiful community garden, learns about growing, the importance of nature, and how we can all play a part in truly making our home a garden city! 

4. Get Tickets to Weekend@Airshow

Venue: Changi Exhibition Centre
Dates: 24 - 25 Feb 2024
Admission: From $17

Aviation enthusiasts and families can look forward to more fun with the return of "Weekend@Airshow", formerly known as Public Days at the Singapore Airshow 2024. Scheduled for the 24-25 February 2024 weekend, this thrilling event will transform the Changi Exhibition Centre into a hub of excitement with aviation themed family-friendly activities.

From aerial performances to a static aircraft display, families can expect to be wow-ed throughout the day! Tickets are available on SISTIC from 2 Jan 2024, at $17 for children, $34 for adults, and $240 for 4 tickets and 1 car park label.

5. New Playground - Yooland Opens at Westgate

Venue: Westgate, Level 3
Opening Hours: TBC
Admission: from $25 (subject to changes)

Located at Level 3 of Westgate is a new indoor playground, Yooland! The playground features a futuristic design with LED slides mixed with a pastel pink and white tone. The playground promises lots of space for kids to run around with 2 decks of play space! 

The playground features a tech-enabled pretend play supermarket and kitchen, AR Trampoline Games, Ball-pit, slides and more! 

6. A Special Latin American-themed Sentosa Festive Market

Venue: Sentosa, Palawan Beach Walk
Dates: 3 and 4 Feb 2024
Admission: Free 

No need to jet off to Latin America for the Carnival, simply head down to Sentosa on 3 and 4 Feb to take part in this special edition of the Sentosa Festive Market. 

Join the festivities at this special edition of Sentosa Festive Market, in support of the Latin American And Caribbean Festival At Sentosa. This event is not just a celebration of Latin American culture but a true global fusion supported by 10 embassies, various South American associations and Latin American owned local businesses.

7. Chingay at F1 Pit Building

Photo Credits: Chingay Parade SG Facebook page

Venue: F1 Pit Building
Dates: 23 & 24 Feb 2024, 8 pm
Admission: $60 / $50 / $40 / $28.50 / $20

At¬†Chingay Parade 2024, audiences will be busked in the captivating theme of ‚ÄúBlossom.‚ÄĚ The theme signifies the growth, transformation and flourishing of both individuals and communities and Chingay‚Äôs aspiration for like-minded people and partners to come together to blossom as one community.¬†

Families can expect the following highlights 

  • 230m Interactive Floor Projection: Being Singapore‚Äôs longest floor projection ever for a street parade, audiences can immerse in it as creative graphics and special visuals light up this beautiful Chingay Garden!

  • PAssionArts Street: Be sure to visit the art installations, make these your instagrammable spots and try your hands in the various art activities.

  • Chingay National Education (NE) ‚Äď Blossom ART-Venture: Explore the Chingay space, near/around the F1 Pit Building, which welcomes you with blossom-themed art installations made from recycled materials by the creative students from seven primary and secondary schools.

Tickets available now. Click here to buy tickets.

8. River Hongbao 2024

Venue: Gardens by the Bay
Dates: 8 - 17 Feb 2024
Admission: Free

Enjoy an enchanting Chinese New Year experience at¬†Gardens by the Bay¬†with the delightful mascots Xiaohe (śôďś≤≥) and Dragon 'Wei Long' (šľüťĺô) from¬†River Hongbao!¬†Immerse yourself in the festive ambience featuring massive glowing lanterns, captivating stage performances and relish carnival games.¬†You can also explore the vibrant food street and traditional lantern riddles & trade booths, as well as a special exhibition showcasing the history and development of Chinese New Year markets in Singapore.

Adding to the festive celebration are virtual activities, including an online metaverse where you could get rewarded for collecting 8 ‚ÄúDragon Pearls‚ÄĚ scattered across the event space, a live Feng Shui show on Facebook, and online contests with prizes to be won.¬†¬†

9. A Spectacular Drone Performance to Welcome the Year of the Dragon!

Venue: Marina Bay
Dates: 10, 11, 12, 16, 17 and 18 Feb 2024, 8 pm
Admission: Free

*show on 6 Feb has been cancelled. A new show date has been added on 12 Feb. 

Chinese New Year 2024 is set to be a dazzling celebration as it welcomes the auspicious Year of the Dragon. To mark this special occasion, Marina Bay will host an extraordinary dragon-themed drone show titled "The Legend of the Dragon Gate" on six magical nights in February 2024.

The captivating 10-minute performance unfolds the mythical tale of the Dragon King, a revered figure from Chinese mythology. A fleet of 1,500 drones will illuminate the Marina Bay night sky, creating a mesmerizing display that promises to leave spectators in awe.

10. Keppel Centre for Art Education Reopens

Venue: Level 1, National Gallery Singapore
Opening Hours: 10 am - 6.45 pm (entry based on time slots)
Admission: Free with paid activities

National Gallery Singapore reopens Keppel Centre for Art Education with an entirely refreshed space offering a world of wonder for children to learn about art through play. This popular space for families reopens from 16 Dec 2023 featuring new child-centric learning zones and activities that revolve around the theme of Art & Wonder: Nurturing Wonder through Play and Creativity.

The¬†Centre features an immersive learning space comprising seven zones, with¬†stimulating and interactive experiences suitable for children aged 4 ‚Äď 12. Each zone offers a¬†welcoming and nurturing environment, providing a gateway through which children can be fully¬†immersed in the wonderment of the world of art through play and creativity.

11. The Children’s Biodiversity Library by S.E.A. Aquarium Opens

Venue: Central Public Library, National Library Building
Opening Hours: 10 am - 9 pm

The¬†Central Public Library, located at the¬†National Library Building¬†on Victoria Street, reopened on 12 January 2024 with a refreshed children‚Äôs section, which brings the wonders of biodiversity ‚Äď with a focus on marine life ‚Äď closer to young explorers. This is the first marine biodiversity-themed learning space for children at a public library in Singapore.

The Children’s Biodiversity Library by S.E.A. Aquarium offers new opportunities, including monthly programmes, for parents and children to have deeper learning in marine biodiversity.

The library includes features such as a floor-to-ceiling column with coral- like features, a collection of marine specimens including shark egg cases and coral skeletons, digital content from the aquarium, an outdoor mangrove showcase, and The  Submarine, a room where families can expect regular educational programmes. The library will also feature gamification kiosks with features such as an interactive digital installation where patrons can colour an avatar from NLB’s well-loved Book Bugs series and see them appear on the projection screen.

12. BeLONG's Art Playground - An Interactive Art Installation

Venue: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre Rooftop
Dates: 18 Dec 2023 - 30 Apr 2024
Admission: Free

Inspired by Singapore‚Äôs iconic HDB dragon playgrounds,¬†BeLONG‚Äôs Art Playground¬†is an interactive rooftop art installation that celebrates the Year of the Dragon, thus the playful name BeLONG (ťĺô).

Families will get to play amongst different dragons that were creatively included in the playground's design and artwork too! Families will be pleased to find various play elements including a slide, swings, monkey bars, merry-go-round and more. 

The play equipment are brightly coloured and beautifully designed. Not just for playtime, the installation doubles as a photo spot for those looking to capture their family's photo for the Year of the Dragon.

13. Plastic: Remaking Our World

Venue: National Museum of Singapore, Exhibition Gallery 1
Date: 27 Jan to 23 Jun 2024
Fee: Admission fees apply

Plastic: Remaking Our World is a travelling exhibition that charts the material’s meteoric rise in the 20th century, its environmental impact, and cutting-edge solutions for a more sustainable way of using plastics in our society.

Featuring over 300 objects, posters, films, and photographs, including rarities from the dawn of the plastic age, objects of the pop era as well as contemporary designs and projects, the exhibition also includes a local narrative of Singapore’s history with plastics, featuring a blend of physical and digital displays of National Collection items as well as an interactive space.

Families will also find an interactive space that tests your knowledge with the interactive info nuggets and Green Detective puzzles, and reflect on the pervasiveness of plastics in your own daily life.

14. Meet the God of Fortune and Get Gold... Chocolates 

Venue: Various MRT Stations
Dates: See below for schedule
Admission: Free

Stellar Lifestyle has arranged for the God of Fortune to hand out freebies to those who welcome him at selected MRT stations. So get into the spirit of the Lunar New Year and give him your warmest greetings, and you’ll receive gold coin chocolates and Stellar Lifestyle retail vouchers. 

Schedule

  • 1 Feb: Woodlands MRT (6.15 pm - 7 pm)
  • 2 Feb: Raffles Exchange (11 am - 12 pm), Esplanade Exchange (1 pm - 2 pm)
  • 4 Feb: Woodlands Integrated Transport Hub (4 pm - 4.30 pm), Stella@TE2 (4.30 pm - 5 pm)
  • 6 Feb: Boon Lay MRT Station (11 am -12 pm, 1 pm - 2 pm)
  • 7 Feb: Tampines MRT Station (11 am - 12 pm, 1 pm - 2 pm), Newton MRT Station (2 pm - 3 pm)
  • 8 Feb: Sembawang MRT Station (4 pm - 5 pm)

15. Farmers' Market: Petal and Paw Edition

Venue: City Sprouts Henderson, 102 Henderson Road S159562
Dates: 3 Feb 2023, 9 am - 1 pm
Admission: Free

City Sprouts’ signature Farmers’ Market returns to celebrate love in all its forms!

Marking the Lunar New Year, Valentine’s Day, and Golden Retriever Day, the Farmers’ Market: Petal and Paw Edition is packed with activities for families, couples, animal lovers, and everyone in between! Come with your loved ones and fur-iends and join us in celebrating sustainable local businesses to usher in a year of love, prosperity, and togetherness at City Sprouts’ very first pet-friendly event.

This market gathers over 20 local vendors with products spanning food, crafts, pet toys, and more! In addition, this market has a range of activities including a love mural, a live busker, creative workshops (couple discounts available!) and a pet play zone for your furry friends to run around on the farm!

16. New Opening Hours - Candy Carnival at Changi Airport

Venue: Terminal 3, Level 1, Arrival Hall, outside McDonald’s and Basement 2, near Kopitiam
Dates: 4 Nov 2023 - 31 Mar 2024 
Opening Hours: 5 pm - 10 pm (Fri), 12 pm - 10 pm (Sat, Sun, PH and Sch Hol)

The Candy Carnival at Changi Airport Terminal 3 arrival hall is still happening with exciting carnival games, rides, and adorable Changi-exclusive confectionery-themed prizes to be won. Test your aim at the virtual reality shooting game, bring home humongous plushies at the giant claw machine or bounce to your heart’s content at Candy Bounce’s inflatable castle of desserts. 

Do take note of the new opening hours as the Candy Carnival runs till 31 March 2024 from Fri to Sun, as well as Public Holidays and School Holidays. 

17. Skyline Luge Singapore Introduces Ride the Beat

Venue: Skyline Luge Singapore
Dates: Every Fri and Sat, 7 pm - 9 pm
Admission: $36

Skyline Luge Singapore is proud to unveil Ride the Beat, a new sensory experience that brings the Skyline Luge experience to a whole new level of fun! As the first Skyline Luge site in the world to bring music onto its exhilarating tracks, Ride the Beat is a new experience that invites you to go on a musical joyride.

Pick your path and get set for an adrenaline-fueled ride through twists, turns and pure excitement! Skyline Luge Singapore offers 2.6km of downhill fun split between four thrilling Luge tracks. Each track has specially designed features that include curvy corners and exhilarating tunnels that will have you grinning from ear to ear. Choose between the Expedition Trail or the Jungle Trail for the best musical experience during your ride. The moment you push off from the starting point to embark on your chosen track, you're instantly enveloped in a sensory symphony that electrifies the air. The neon-lit tracks carve through the darkness, casting a mesmerising glow that guides your descent.

Ride the soundwaves and zip down dazzling neon-lined tracks to the rhythm of popular music and beats¬†every Friday and Saturday from¬†7pm ‚Äď 9pm!

18. Defence Collective Singapore Commemorates 40 Years of Total Defence

Venue: Singapore Discovery Centre
Dates
: Till 18 Mar 2024
Admission: Free

Defence Collective Singapore (DCS) commemorates the 40th year of Total Defence (TD), with a host of special exhibitions and engaging family-themed programmes at the Singapore Discovery Centre.

From 22 January to 17 March 2024, the special exhibition titled ‚ÄėTotal Defence For Thee!‚Äô¬†champions our defence story, highlighting¬†our journey over the last four decades. It underscores the importance of inspiring visitors to take action to prepare for future¬†challenges.

Taking the form of a role playing adventure, families can engage with interactive elements that showcase how TD is integral to addressing evolving threats and challenges. Pick up a game card and start your journey around the centre - solving clues before engaging the final exhibition! 

There will be carnival games and even free laser tag experience for visitors too! 

19. Lion Dance and Craft Workshop at IKEA

IKEA is one of our favourite places to visit with the family and they have prepared some exciting Chinese New Year activities for families to celebrate with them too! Usher in the Year of Dragon with traditional lion dance and blessings for a prosperous year!

Lion Dance Performances

  • IKEA Tampines: 18 February, 11.00am
  • IKEA Alexandra: 18 February, 11.00am
  • IKEA Jurong: 18 February, 3.00pm

Zesty Creations

Dates: 20 Jan - 4 Feb (Sat and Sun only), 12.00pm - 8.00pm

Visit the self-helped fun day out booth and create mandarin orange origami to celebrate the Lunar New Year! Happening at IKEA Tampines, Alexandra and Jurong, while stocks last. 

Lunar Delights

Come and taste the delicious New Year cookies from Swedish Food Market! Only on 27 January, 2.00pm - 4.00pm.

ťĺô (Long)-est puppet making

Celebrate the Year of the Dragon with a fun and creative workshop to craft a Chinese dragon puppet! Open to children aged 5 to 12 years old. While stocks last.

  • IKEA Tampines: 3 Feb, 1 pm - 5 pm
  • IKEA Alexandra: 4 Feb, 2 pm - 6 pm
  • IKEA Jurong: 3 Feb, 2 pm - 6 pm

20. Speak Mandarin Campaign Family Talent Competition

The Speak Mandarin Campaign Family Talent Competition is back for its 12th year! This year, teams are to 4-minute performance in Mandarin based on the theme "Childhood Memories‚Ä̬†and submit the video by¬†24 March 2024¬†for judging in the Preliminary Round. The first price includes $500 cash, tickets to Singapore Flyer, Singapore Zoo and Universal Studios, and more!¬†

There are 3 categories based on the age of the oldest child, (A) Kindergarten Level 1 or 2, (B) Primary 1 or 2 and (C) between Primary 3 and 6. Each team is to comprise a minimum of two, OR up to a maximum of four members.

As part of the competition, Speak Mandarin will be conducting in-person workshop sessions. During the workshops, trainers will share some basic and useful performing techniques such as voice projection and stage presence. The workshop is chargeable at a minimal fee of $10. Both parent(s) and child(ren) are required to attend the workshop session together.

21. KidsFest 2024: We’re Going On A Bear Hunt

Venue: Victoria Theatre
Dates: 1 Feb - 4 Feb 2024
Admission: $42 - $72

The smash-hit production of We’re Going on a Bear Hunt returns vividly and noisily to KidsFest! 

Join the intrepid family of adventurers and their musical dog on a quest to find a bear; as they wade through the gigantic swishy swashy grass, the splishy splashy river and the thick oozy, squelchy mud! Expect catchy songs, interactive scenes, plenty of adventure and a few surprises along the way!

22. KidsFest 2024: Spot's Birthday Party

Venue: Victoria Theatre
Dates: 15 - 18 Feb 2024
Admission: $42 - $72

Spot is having a very special birthday party and you’re invited! With party hats, songs, dancing and lots of interactive party games, this is going to be the best birthday party ever! 

Join Steve the monkey, Tom the Crocodile and Helen the Hippo to say a big HAPPY BIRTHDAY SPOT!

23. KidsFest 2024: I Believe in Unicorns

Venue: Victoria Theatre
Dates: 24 - 25 Feb 2024
Admission: $42 - $72

I Believe in Unicorns is another performance that is part of KidsFest 2024.

Tomas loves playing outdoors… he hates school, books and being dragged to the library by his mother. But his world is turned upside down the day he meets the Unicorn and the Unicorn Lady and is spellbound by their story. Discover the power of storytelling to transform lives as Tomas, with his newfound love of books, becomes instrumental in saving his burning library when his village is devastated by war. We challenge you not to believe in unicorns…absolutely!

24. KidsFest 2024: The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show

Venue: Victoria Theatre
Dates: 29 Feb - 3 Mar 2024
Admission: $42 - $72

Part of Kidsfest!, the¬†Very Hungry Caterpillar Show¬†is back! The show¬†has been dazzling audiences around the globe for over seven years, faithfully bringing to the stage Eric Carle‚Äôs timeless classics. Created by Jonathan Rockefeller, this production of the critically acclaimed show features a menagerie of over 75 magical puppets, including the star of the show ‚ÄďThe Very Hungry Caterpillar. Translated into 62 languages and having sold over 43 million books, it remains in the top ten best-selling books of all time.

25. Singapore's First-Ever Tennis and Pickleball Festival

Venue: Red Quarters, 26 Jln Benaan Kapal, Singapore 399629
Date: 17 Feb 2024
Price: $58 per pax 

Singapore tennis club Play! Tennis and its sister club Play! Pickle serves up its first-ever Tennis and Pickleball Festival, inviting fans of both sports as well as beginners and those curious about tennis and pickleball to try these popular racket games in a comfortable indoor environment, come rain or shine.

Held on 17 February 2024 from 9am to 12pm at Play! Tennis’ indoor courts at Red Quarters in Kallang, the Tennis and Pickleball Festival provides a taster experience of both sports, hosted by expert coaches, in a friendly and inclusive atmosphere. Tickets are priced at $58 per pax and it includes indoor tennis and pickleball taster sessions with coaches and complimentary Pickle! Juice; equipment and balls are provided during play! 

26. The Courage to Dream ‚Äď The Making of the Changi Airport Story

Venue:¬†Changi Airport‚ÄĮTerminal 2, Level 3
Date: now till 28 Feb 2024
Admission: Free

Entitled ‚ÄėThe Courage to Dream: The Making of the Changi Airport Story‚Äô, the immersive walkthrough exhibition tells the many untold stories about how the visionary leadership, boldness and conviction of the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew and his team of leaders made Changi Airport possible and paved the way for its success in the decades to follow. Across six interactive zones featuring rarely-seen archival content, visitors can embark on a nostalgic voyage through time, from the development of Changi Airport in the 1970s till the present day, and ending off with an exciting glimpse into the future of aviation.¬†¬†

This is a returning exhibition with the opportunity to view fresh exhibits in the form of newly released archival materials, declassified from the archives for public viewing for the very first time. The documents include intimate perspectives of how Mr Lee paved the way for the growth of Singapore’s air hub.

27. PAssionArts x Singapore Art Week 2024

Venue: NLB @ VivoCity and Stage in front of Blk 50A Marine Terrace 2
Dates: Till 15 Feb 2024
Admission: Free

As part of the PAssionArts x Singapore Art Week 2024 collaboration, installations created by artists and residents have been displayed across Singapore since mid-January. There are currently two installations left that will be up on display until 15 Feb 2024: 

  • The Story of Telok Blangah¬†delves into three significant stories - Sang Nila Utama's expedition, Radin Mas Ayu's legend, and the Attack of Garfishes.¬†Each story resonates with Telok Blangah through direct mentions of the profound significance of the area.¬†
  • The Everyday Vinyl¬†emphasises sustainability by recycling vinyl collected from print shops and utilising unwanted materials to create their inspirational pieces contributing to larger tessellation murals, and forming blossoming flowers as a community effort.¬†

28. Singapore First Sky Lantern Festival

Venue: Sentosa, Palawan Green
Dates: 21 Feb 2024, 3 pm - 12 am
Admission: $50 per pax

The Singapore Sky Lantern Festival will be happening at Palawan Green on 21 Feb 2024 and this will be the first time that the event is held in Singapore, as stated on its Eventbrite page. 

The entire event will run from 3 pm till mid-night with a music festival and cultural performances kicking off until 7 pm. Lanterns will be released in batches from 7.30 pm till 9.30 pm before an after-party continues till mid-night! 

There will not be free release of lanterns, instead lanterns will be tethered to the ground with a 60m string attached. This is to prevent the lanterns from floating away and becoming waste. 

29. Royal Caribbean Launches the World's Largest Ship

Royal Caribbean launches the Icon of the Sea, the biggest ship in the world with something for every type of family and adventurer! When first revealed in October 2022, Icon spurred the single largest booking day and the highest volume booking week in the cruise line’s then 53-year history.

We may not see the Icon coming to Asia soon but Royal Caribbean has observed fly-cruise travel grow in demand among Singapore and Asia guests - and you might just be keen to know that the Icon of the Seas will begin sailing from Miami at the end of January, offering bigger adventures and more first-at-sea experiences for families! 

Families can expect an all-encompassing lineup of experiences that combines the best of every vacation ‚Ästfrom the beach retreat to the resort escape and the theme park adventure across¬†eight unique neighbourhoods! Those looking for adventure will find¬†six¬†record-breaking waterslides at Category 6¬†and the¬†Crown‚Äôs Edge¬†experience at¬†154 feet above the ocean! There are also¬†seven pools¬†including the¬†first suspended infinity pool at sea.¬†

There are over 40 ways to drink and dine onboard with world-class entertainment including an Olympic-level ice cast at Absolute Zero (Royal Caribbean’s biggest ice arena ever) and the first cast of robots, skateboarders and divers at the AquaTheatre. 

For families with young children especially, Surfside neighbourhood is bound to be of interest as there are family-friendly dining choices and things to do, and for guests looking to travel in style, there’s the most luxurious townhouse yet, the three-storey Ultimate Family Townhouse which includes an in-suite slide, private balconies, and karaoke and entertainment areas.

30. Charity Art Jamming with Parkway Cancer Centre

Venue: Visual Arts Centre, 10 Penang Rd, #01-02, Dhoby Ghaut Green, Singapore 238469
Dates: 24 Feb 2024, 2 pm - 4.30 pm
Admission: $15

Parkway Cancer Centre (‚ÄúPCC‚ÄĚ) commences 18th anniversary celebration with a meaningful charity art jamming session with Ms. Jaime Teo ‚Äď Miss Universe Singapore 2001 and artist(e), and Ms. Gale Choong ‚Äď PCC Cancer Survivor and artist, where they will share their transformative and healing journey through art.

Suitable for the whole family, ticket is priced at S$15 per person. Tickets are available now on Eventbrite. Art materials and light refreshments will be provided. All proceeds from ticket sales will go to Singapore Cancer Society. 

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Jiarong Yu
Daddy to 2 adorable little ones. Misses them the moment they are not around, regrets missing them the moment they are around.

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