5 Things to do and Places to go with Kids this weekend in Singapore (21st - 27th Dec 2020)

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1. Once Upon A Time on The Orient Express

Once Upon A Time on The Orient Express
Photo credits Orient Express

Location: Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
12 Dec 2020 – 13 Jun 2021
Mon, Tue, Fri & Sun: 10 am – 9 pm | Wed & Thu: 10 am – 7 pm | Sat: 10 am – 10 pm
Free for kids 3 years and under

The Pop-Up Attraction “Once Upon A Time on The Orient Express” will open for visitors to witness what then, only a few explorers and diplomats had experienced over 100 years ago! The exhibit will present some of the most extraordinary objects and documents to showcase centuries-old of history that retraces the legacy of the train, allowing visitors to discover events that transformed the world and shaped the map.

RELATED: Once Upon A Time on The Orient Express in Singapore at Gardens by the Bay

2. Changi Festive Village

Changi Festive Village
Photo credits Changi Airport

Location: Changi Airport
20 Nov 2020 – 3 Jan 2021
10 am – 10 pm
Free & Paid

The Changi Festive Village presents an array of dinosaurs and tokidoki-themed activities that you can explore together with your little ones. You can expect plenty of photo opportunities with your favourite tokidoki characters and prehistoric creatures. For some bouncy fun, there’s Dino Bounce, a massive dino-themed bouncy castle with specially curated play zones while Tokidoki Snow Holiday will satisfy your little ones’ desire for snow play.

You can also get an adrenaline rush at Dino Kart, the first-ever airport go-kart race. Complete your experience by shopping at the festive market and trying your hands at dinosaur-themed games at Dino Fest.

3. Storytelling Series: The Star of Bethlehem

Storytelling Series: The Star of Bethlehem
Photo credits Gateway Theatre

Location: Online – SISTIC Live
19 Dec – 25 Dec 2020
11 am – 11 pm

In this week’s Storytelling Series, join Storyteller Dwayne as he re-tells the nativity story from the perspective of a bright star that was born 2000 years ago in the land of the Judea as it guides shepherds, kings, and all the animals of the forest to the stable where the baby Jesus lies.

4. Home, Truly: Growing up with Singapore, 1950s to the Present

Home, Truly: Growing up with Singapore, 1950s to the Present
Photo credits National Museum of Singapore

Location: National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897
19 Dec 2020 – 29 Aug 2021
10 am – 7 pm

National Museum of Singapore’s latest on-site exhibit, Home Truly, explores the moments and experiences in Singapore’s past and present that express our identity and collective memory as a people. Through five key themes, the exhibit is presented in an intimate way that invites visitors to see themselves in the stories presented.

Featuring photographs and artefacts, including those contributed by members of the public, as well as audio-visual footage, sounds, scents and special digital features, Home Truly invites you to reflect on what Singapore means to you as your home, and your hopes for the home we aspire to be.

RELATED: National Museum of Singapore Launches Latest Exhibition "Home, Truly"

5. Saturdays@ACM

Photo credits Asian Civilisations Museum

Location: Online
28 Nov – 25 Dec 2020

In this online edition of Saturdays@ACM, tap into your imagination to go on a journey! Listen to a folktale from Laos told by ACT 3 International about a beautiful white swan and the magical Land of Flowers. Download a template and build your own paper ship inspired by the model on display in the Tang Shipwreck gallery. You will also get to learn about objects that relate to getting around.



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This article is prepared by

Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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