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Free Entry to Canopy Park @ Jewel Changi Airport + 50% Off Attractions

Location:  Jewel Changi Airport, L5Date: 27 Feb - 31 Mar 2020Hour: 10 am - 11 pmAdmission: FREE Enjoy Free Entry to Canopy Park @ Jewel Changi Airport from 27 Feb - 31 Mar 2020. From 27 Feb to 31 Mar 2020, enjoy FREE entry to Canopy Park and get a glimpse of Cherry Blossoms! As the date overlaps with the March school holidays, it might be a good chance to visit! Usual Price: $4.50, do note that admission to the park includes Discovery Slides Foggy Bowls Petal Gardens Topiary Walk   View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jewel Changi Airport (@jewelchangiairport) on Jun 28, 2019 at 2:00am PDT   Admission charges will apply for the other attractions Canopy Bridge (U.P. $7.20)...

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Dance, Laugh and Sing with Fatimah and Her Magic Socks | PLAYtime! @ Esplanade

Location: Esplanade Theatre StudioDate: 14 Feb - 1 Mar 2020Time:  Weekend: 11 am & 4 pm (except 29 Feb: 4 pm only) Admission: $20 (Tickets are required for ALL patrons)Get tickets here.  This February, children will get to enjoy a fun theatre experience at the Esplanade's PLAYtime! Fatimah and Her Magic Socks. You will meet the lovable Fatimah, the little girl with a bright smile on her face and feet that cannot stop dancing! Dance, Sing and Laugh with Fatimah One rainy afternoon, Fatimah meets a mysterious and magical lion that takes her, and your little ones, on a thrilling adventure. In this newly discovered world of fun, Fatimah, together with your family, will learn about friendship, laughter and the power of… magical socks!...

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Remembering Singapore's World War II History | The Battle for Singapore 2020

Location: Various Venues IslandwideDate: 8 - 29 Feb 2020Hour: Various TimingsAdmission: FREE, unless otherwise stated Commemorating the 78th Anniversary of the Fall of Singapore with WWII-related programmes and sharing Singapore's History with our children The 6th edition of The Battle for Singapore commemorates the 78th anniversary since Singapore fell to the Japanese in 1942. This historical event plays a significant part in Singapore's history and our route to total independence.  The National Heritage Board, through the annual Battle for Singapore, encourages Singaporeans to delve into and explore the different perspectives on Singapore's World War II history. This year, you will see 74 guided tours across Singapore, including some at lesser known WWII-related sites.  It will be an educational experience for parents and...

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Chingay @ Heartlands Celebration 2020 | Catch the Chingay Parade Nearer to Home

Location: Various Venues Island-wideDate and Time: Specific Date and Time in ArticleAdmission: FREE *UPDATE: Due to the Coronavirus situation, Chingay @ the Heartlands will be cancelled. Full list of cancelled event here.  The Chingay Parade is a yearly parade to showcase Singapore's rich and unique multi-ethnic and cosmopolitan cultures.  You can expect vibrant performers in elaborates costumes from different ethnicity, cultures and backgrounds; dazzling display of floats; huge intricate props and structures and cultural performances from all around the world.  Known as one of Asia largest street performance and float parade. This year's Chingay will take place on the 31st of Jan - 1st of Feb at the F1 Pit Building.  Reaching More People To enable more Singaporeans and tourists to enjoy the...

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Top 8 Things To Do at Wan Qing Festival of Spring 2020

Location: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall  Date: 1 to 2 Feb 2020 Hour: 10am to 9pm Admission: Free Photo Credit: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall Thinking of places to go to soak up the festive mood this Lunar New Year? Well now, you can add the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall (SYSNMH) to your list! Join in the celebrations at the SYSNMH's Wan Qing Festival of Spring 2020 with an exciting and interesting line-up of programmes, such as lion dance performances, a mass Lo Hei event, engaging workshops, fringe activities, kids storytelling and craft sessions, an evening concert, and many more. Here's are the top 8 things to look out for at the Festival: 1. Auspicious Lion Dance Performances Date: 25...

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