Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre Cultural Extravaganza 2021 | Fun And Exciting Family-Friendly Programmes For All To Enjoy!

Share with other Parents or Go Back

After a one-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC) Cultural Extravaganza 2021 returns with a bang!

Photo Credit: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

The month-long festival will feature multiple on-site and online programmes consisting of a wide variety of cultural experiences to cater to different interests and age groups.

Here's what you and your family can look forward to:

1. Jalan Jalan Culture Tour

Photo Credit: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Venue: SCCC, Joo Chiat
 29 May 2021 (English), 5 Jun 2021 (Chinese) 
Time: 10.30am
Fee: $99 per ticket (Use of SingapoRediscovers Vouchers allowed) | Book here

Explore the rich history of Peranakan Chinese culture as you embark on a cultural tour. Starting from the¬†Singapošļļ¬†exhibition at the SCCC (an exhibition that explores our Singapore Chinese identity), the tour will progress to Joo Chiat where you will savour a scrumptious meal at Guan Hoe Soon Peranakan Restaurant, followed by a driving tour to admire heritage buildings in the vicinity, a visit to the¬†colourful row of terrace houses at Koon Seng Road to better understand Straits Eclectic architecture and finally end with an in-house guided tour of The Intan.

This tour will be conducted in English and Mandarin.

2. TGIF Music Station (Cultural Extravaganza Edition)

Photo Credit: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Venue:¬†Online: SCCC Facebook Page ‚Äď Livestream
21 May 2021
Time: 8pm
Fee: Free

Featuring Singapore’s favourite performing artists and rising stars, the Cultural Extravaganza edition of the TGIF Music Station (SCCC x YES 933) will be specially themed after Xinyao (Singapore Chinese pop songs). Look forward to enjoying some smashing performances of Xinyao classics!

This concert will be conducted in Mandarin.

3.¬†Sing‚ÄĘśĶ™ 2021

Photo Credit: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium
 12 June 2021
Time: 8pm
Fee: Tickets on sale from 17 May 2021

Showcasing Singapore’s hits and superstars in the Chinese music world, the 4th edition focuses on our nation's homegrown maestros, who have orchestrated stunning music accompaniments in chart-toppers and made our music masters sought after by A-listers all over Asia.

Classic hit songs arranged by our maestros, Martin Tang, Kenn C, Goh Kheng Long, and Terence Teo, would be performed by the likes of Kit Chan, Joanna Dong, Olivia Ong, Yung Raja, Gina Tan and Benjamin Kheng. Don’t miss this chance to catch the best and brightest from our local music industry!

This concert will be conducted in English and Mandarin.

4. It’s FanTEAstic!

Photo Credit: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Venue: Online Carnival
 15 May to 12 Jun 2021
Fee: Free

FanTEAstic is an online carnival that showcases the creative and multicultural aspects of tea culture in Singapore from past to present. This carnival aims to raise awareness of tea amongst the younger generation, and share the importance and significance of tea, its cultural significance  and how it has evolved over the years.  

The online carnival packs a punch with fun quizzes and games, as well as a virtual marketplace that features 20 local tea brands. Choose from the likes of fizzy kombuchas packed with a punch of nutrients to traditional Chinese tea blends that’ll give a taste to nostalgia and come find your cup of tea at Fan-TEA-stic Carnival 2021!

This online carnival will be conducted in English and Mandarin.

5. Love in Many Colours: An Exploration of Pop Culture and Tradition

Photo Credit: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Venue: Ho Bee Concourse, Level 1 | Roof Garden
 14 May to 25 Jul 2021
Time: 10am to 10pm
Fee: Free

Just like colours in the rainbow, love is a multi-faceted expression that can be represented in many ways.

‚ÄúLove in Many Colours‚ÄĚ is about the journey of expressing love through Chinese festivals, pop culture and its traditional customs.

Taking place at the Concourse (Level 1) and the Rooftop Garden of the SCCC, these exciting insta-worthy installations allow visitors to explore love through two main exhibitions; Love in the Digital Age (Concourse) and Love in Blooms (Rooftop Garden).

  • Love in the Digital Age

This space features a doodling installation inspired by Chinese homophonic numerology used in Chinese pop culture. At the same time, it is also home to a digital retail section featuring local brands with a selection of products, under the categories of Love of Fashion, Food and Self.

  • Love in Blooms

Continuing the journey up to Rooftop Garden, this open-air space showcases photo-opportunity exhibits telling stories of how love in traditional festivals and folklore, such as Chinese Valentines’ Day and Double Seventh Festival; has inspired love in modern times.

This exhibition will be conducted in English and Mandarin.


>> Share An Experience Here <<

Sign-up Newsletter


This article is prepared by

Leona Quek
Blessed with 3 handsome and loving boys in her life. Two of them call her Mommy, the other calls her Wifey. Every night, she wishes for an early bedtime, but misses her babies as soon as they sleep.

About Us | Contact Us | Go Back