A Guide to Make the Most of your March Holiday (Singapore Edition)
Thank you for all the love that you showed to our March Holidays Guide last week. So here's the second part to make sure you have the most fun for the remaining days of the March holidays!
1. Balloon Extravaganza @ Marina Square
Your kids will be awed looking at this beautiful balloon oasis. Be mesmerised when you see pelicans, dolphins, little fishes, octopuses, sharks and fishes made totally out of balloons. Featuring the works of 46 talented balloon artists hailing from Singapore, China, Spain, Malaysia, Taiwan, Vietnam, and Indonesia, the majestic balloon sculptures will bring holiday joy to visitors, both young and old. There is a wave surfing simulator and balloon sculpting workshops for kids.
2. Music Concert at Botanical Gardens
Come on down for an immersive experience inspired by the customs and traditions practised by the Malay community in Singapore and the Nusantara, thoughtfully crafted by
Nadi Singapura. A concert not to be missed! Catch the action on 19th March from 6 pm onwards at Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage. More details here
3. Meet Pikachu
Calling all the Pokemon fans here. Find all the famous Pokemon characters in the Pokemon forest at the Sakura floral Display at Gardens By the Bay. Check out the Pikachu dance at 11 am & 2 pm on 18th March and get to meet and greet with Pikachu on 18th & 19th march at various times.
4. Holiday with Rilakkuma at Changi Airport
Looking for a fun and exciting activity for your kids during the holidays? Look no further than the Rilakkuma Carnival at Changi Airport! From now until March 19th. The Rilakkuma Carnival is located at Terminal 3 Level 2 and features a variety of whimsical Rilakkuma-themed rides and insta-worthy photo spots. Kids will love the Samba Balloon and Ferris Wheel carnival rides, while the Swing Chair and Tea Cup rides offer a taste of adrenaline for the little ones.
5. Interactive Storytelling Session at National Gallery
Travel with storyteller Roger Jenkins and musician Jane Lau on this interactive journey through the ancient Peruvian tale of Sumac and the Magic Lake at the End of the World. Children aged 6 – 9 will enjoy the opportunity to add sound and movement, and become a castle, forest, fire - and of course the lake at the end of the world, where the sky touches the earth! A 60-minute celebration of story, family, honesty and perseverance. For children ages 6-9 years old. Register here.
6. Gardener’s Day Out @ Hort Park
Gardener’s Day Out - is a great chance to visit the beautiful Hort Park with your kids. Bring your reusable bags and shop for plants and garden supplies from over 60 booths at the marketplace or take part in various workshops like botanical sketching or tea blending and guided tours with your kids which are free but registration is required.
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