With the upcoming March school holidays, there are lots of exciting experiences and activities are happening this week!
From a much anticipated display of tokidoki with the Sakura Flower Display to a fun Photo-Hunt contest to win cash prizes, these are just some of the exciting experiences happening from this week!
Learn & Win @ the Learn With Sentosa Photo-Hunt Contest
*Photo Credits: Sentosa Development Corporation
Venue: Sentosa Island
Dates: 1 Mar - 31 Mar 2022
Admission: Free to take part
In collaboration with Sentosa, we are organising an educating and exciting photo-hunt contest for families to learn, spend time together and win cash prizes! To take part in the Learn With Sentosa Photo-Hunt Contest, families simply need to download selected activity sheets from Sentosa's Learn With Us page, and complete the photo-hunt using information from the sheets.
We have $900 worth of cash prizes to be won! From the most creative photos to simply being the luckiest family - Sentosa Islander members will also win additional prizes too! Get more details and take part now!
Fun & Engaging Performances, Workshops and More at March On 2022, Esplanade
Dates: 9 - 13 Mar 2022
Admission: Both ticketed and free experiences
March On is Esplanade’s new annual children’s festival that explores relevant issues for the young through different experiences. In this edition, you and your little ones can explore, discuss and share about the topic of bullying at the various programmes and activities organised at Esplanade.
Beyond the discussion about bullying, the wide variety of over 20 programmes is an opportunity for families to spend time together and to build stronger family relationships through these performances, workshops and activities. And even more enticing is that most of the programmes are FREE!
Meet tokidoki at the Sakura Flower Display at Gardens by the Bay
Fubuki, Ichiyo, Haru & Harumi, Yoshino and Sakurako – tokidoki’s five magical Unicornos – join the ever-popular characters SANDy and Donutella in making their debut at this year’s Sakura floral display at Gardens by the Bay, Flower Dome.
Spot the colourful tokidoki characters in a landscape featuring torii gates, hanami settings, Japanese floral art by Ikebana International Singapore, and a display of Japanese carp streamers known as koinobori on loan from the Japanese Association, Singapore. Take in the ephemeral beauty of cherry blossoms as you explore a magical giant box with marumado, or traditional round Japanese windows with a view.
Meet Your Favourite Characters At The World Of Nickelodeon
Venue: Let's Play @ #03-208/209 Marina Square
Dates: 26 Feb - 17 Apr 2022, 10 am - 10 pm
Admission: $32 (Mon - Thu), $36 (Fri - Sun, Eve of PH and PH) - Ticket available on KKDay
The World of Nickelodeon is the first-ever Nickelodeon-themed play space in Singapore! Expect your favourite characters like, SpongeBob SquarePants, PAW Patrol, Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Dora the Explorer and Bubble Guppies! There will be lots of photo opportunities and interactive elements for the family to have fun!
At the play venue, you will find bumper cars, a climbing wall, an obstacle course, a train ride, and more - sounds exciting enough?
Explore the World at Brickman Wonders Of The World – LEGO Brick Exhibition Singapore
Venue: The Annexe, Science Centre Singapore
Date: 12 Mar to 3 Jul 2022 (Fri to Sun, School & Public Holidays), 10am to 8pm (Last Entry at 6.30pm)
Fee: S$22 (excludes S$1 booking fee) | Book tickets here (16 Dec 2021 onwards)
*Opening delayed to 25 Mar 2022
Happening at the Science Centre Singapore from 12 Mar 2022 is the "never-seen-before" exhibition, Brickman Wonders of the World, bringing fans and friends of LEGO to re-live travel through exhibits of world-famous landmarks, merging the love for travel and LEGO to provide an interactive and engaging experience for all.
Involving over 1.4 million LEGO bricks that weigh over 1.4 tonnes, families will have the chance to discover more than 50 jaw-dropping creations of the world’s most iconic landmarks and discover the secrets behind how these epic masterpieces were brought to life through science, arts and technology.