Singapore offers so much fun for families and here's our selection of the top 5 things to do this week with kids!
This week's list includes a returning food festival, an exciting (and mostly free) mid-autumn festival, an interesting exhibition on mental wellness and more!
Before you scroll down, with the upcoming September school holidays, don't forget to check out our dedicated Sep Holiday Microsite to help you discover more family fun during the school holidays!
1. Enjoy A Chill Time At The Singapore Food Festival 2022
Venue: Bayfront Event Space
Dates: 31 Aug - 11 Sep 2022
The annual Singapore Food Festival (SFF) returns for its 29th edition from 24 August to 11 September 2022, with a feast of over 70 gastronomic experiences! innovation. The Festival Village will bring together over 25 culinary and beverage brands at the Bayfront Event Space and admission is priced at $15, comes with F&B credits.
Families can also expect fun activities like LIVE performances, a double-decker carousel and Euroswing too!
While here, you may also which to check out Sands for Singapore Charity Festival, Marina Bay Sands’ signature event that comes with a FREE concert, gourmet pop-ups and more family-fun activities!
2. Celebrate Mid-Autumn At Esplanade's Moonfest Celebrations!
Dates: 9 - 11 Sep 2022
Admission: Free with ticketed events
Celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival at Esplanade - Theatre on the Bay with Moonfest - A Mid-Autumn Celebrations. The annual traditional Chinese arts festival returns with on-site live performances and ticketed workshops, with a peek behind-the-scenes online. It presents the opportunity for families and friends, young and old to be exposed to and rediscover the intrinsic beauty of traditional Chinese arts.
Families can take part in the popular Lantern Walkabout on 11 Sep at 7 pm and also catch the various free performances around the Esplanade! There will also be workshops for families to take part in too!
3. Visit Sentosa Southside For A Free Movie By The Beach
Venue: Sentosa Southside
Dates: Selected Fridays from Jul to Sep 2022, 7.30 pm onwards
Enjoy complimentary outdoor movie screening by the beach, on selected weekends, and public holidays at Sentosa Southside! The movie screening is free (no booking is allowed either), but it is limited to to 400 pax, entry on first come first serve basis.
On 9 Sep 2022, families can head over to Southside to catch Gone in Sixty Seconds!
4. Have Fun Putting At Pixar Putt
Venue: Waterfront Promenade, Marina Bay Sands
Dates: 26 Aug - 11 Sep
Admission: from $28
Pixar Putt is a Disney / Pixar themed Pop-up Mini-golf event happening at Marina Bay Sands from now till 11 Sep 2022! If you have not visited yet, this is your last week to visit this very exciting looking mini-golf experience.
The mini-golf experience is suitable for players of all ages and the premiere Singapore event will feature new putting holes from some of Pixar’s latest hit movies, including Toy Story, Monsters, Inc., The Incredibles, Finding Nemo, Wall-E, Inside Out, Onward, Luca and more.
Love these Disney and Pixar animations? Don't forget to stay tune to Disney+ on Disney+ Day, 8 Sep 2022, to catch the premiere of new content like the latest Thor, a Car's animation series, and more!
5. Learn About Mental Wellbeing At MENTAL: Colours of Wellbeing
Venue: ArtScience Museum
Dates: 3 Sep 2022 - 26 Feb 2023
Admission: Singapore Residents - $18 (Adult), $14 (Child) | Tourist - $21 (Adult), $$16 (Child)
MENTAL: Colours of Wellbeing is an exhibition at the ArtScience Museum to confront societal bias and stereotypes around mental health. MENTAL invites you to embark on an intimate and personal journey that explores the many different ways of being, surviving and making connections, that have become of increasing importance to us all.
The kids will enjoy exploring and connecting with different levels of mental health. Through the different installations, kids will get to better understand their mental wellbeing - for example, you can explore your feelings like anxiety at the inflating weather balloon, how emotions can be self-regulate at the large tactile fabric tent, how medication provides a little protection like a cushion to brains and why reaching out to connect with others to share is helpful too.