Sep 18, 2019

The best study desk you can get for your kids now - ErgoBloom

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With the rate that a child is growing, it somehow feels like there is a need to replace the kids' furniture at home every month! From beds to chairs to study tables for kids, it is as if kids outgrow their furniture at an alarming rate... which probably explains why some parents opt to buy adult-sized furniture so that their kids can grow into it.

Erm, bad idea. Primarily because kids will then have to strain their bodies to accommodate the furniture and this could lead to potential ailments like musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) that can affect muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves and joints.

So instead of having to constantly change the furniture as the kids grow older (and bigger), why not invest in a set of furniture that grows with your child? A set of convertible furniture that take care of your offspring from child to tween to teen.

And this is where ErgoBloom comes to the rescue.


ErgoEdge is an ergonomic furniture company based in Singapore and they have recently launched the ErgoBloom series - a line of ergonomic furniture made for kids. Specifically, the BloomDesk and BloomChair which adjust to the kids as they are growing up, to ensure they always have perfect posture when sitting at their desks.


But the thing about kids when it comes to sitting in front of a desk is that... it is COMPLICATED. That is because kids being kids, they sit in thousands of different positions: upright, slouched, twisted, tilted, straddling their seats. They stretch out their legs, sit on them, cross them, bounce on them. And of course, they love to balance on the front of their chair or precariously teeter on the back, tempting gravity – and common sense. Sigh.

And even as they "sit still", their bodies are still constantly moving. They shift their weight around on the chair, they rest their arms (and body weight) on the table, they fidget and sometimes, they fall asleep. 😂

So how does the ErgoBloom series (sold by ErgoEdge) fix these problems?



ErgoBloom is designed to grow up with your kids

A good set of ergonomic furniture should ensure that the chair enables your child to sit with their feet flat on the ground and their knees forming an angle of at least 90 degrees. The same goes for the desk - the child should be able to rest their elbows comfortably on the desk with an angle of at least 90 degrees. Which is why having a set of furniture that grows with your child is so important.


The BloomDesk and BloomChair are precisely that - from adjusting the desk's height and angle to adjusting the chairs' depth and height according to the height of your child - this always ensures that the furniture is a perfect fit with your child.


One incredibly nifty feature that I love about the BloomChair is the adjustable height on it is shown in correspondence to the height of the child. You can't make it simpler than that!


ErgoBloom prevents slouching, while promoting the correct posture 

Bad posture in kids, who are developing quickly, can have long-lasting effect. Misaligned spine, chronic pain, and musculoskeletal problems are but some of the common problems. And these are no small laughing matter.


ErgoBloom’s adjustability and various ergonomic features ensure kids develop proper postural habit. Besides being able to adjust the height of the BloomDesk easily, you are able to tilt the desk top at an angle between 0° to 25° which helps to eliminate slouching and neck strain, allowing kids to study at a straight posture.


To encourage blood circulation, get a chair that allows your child to switch between postures for different tasks. This means a more flexible backrest and no armrests. Your child should be able to move back, forth, and sideways as well. The BlomChair comes with a Flexible Split Backrest – which reduces pressure to the back by 75%. It does so by reacting to any shifts in posture to quickly fill the gap, ensuring the back stays always supported.


And how's this for a cool safety feature - the BloomChair has self-braking castors that automatically locks when seated to prevent accidental rolling over the kid's toes!


ErgoBloom is made to last

The thing about growing kids is the furniture that they are going to be using has to be sturdy and strong enough to withstand the inevitable ‘abuse’ your child is going to put it through. 😅 The BloomDesk and BloomChair are made of quality materials, and are designed to withstand long-term usage.


In addition, the surface of the BloomDesk is non-reflective which prevents light and sun rays from reflecting onto your child’s eyes. This may be seemingly minor but most kids usually do their homework or revision at night under the room's light or a desk light so the prolonged reflection of the light rays into the eyes can increase the risk of astigmatism, myopia and other eye conditions.


More importantly though, what did the monkies think of the BloomDesk and BloomChair?

Well, the TL;DR version: They LOVE them!


At the end of the day, a desk and a chair can be extremely ergonomic but if a child doesn't feel comfortable using them (especially since they have to use the furniture for study!), then it defeats the purpose.

So not only did Ash and Ayd love using the BloomDesk and BloomChair, they also love them for the little features that came along with the furniture.

Like having a compartmentalised drawer for their stationery.


Oh, and this has to be Ash's fave. Having a pull-out book stand for his textbooks so that he can easily refer to them while doing his homework!



In truth, the standard study desk is simply not designed to accommodate a growing child. And having a set of study furniture that grows with your child from ErgoBloom not only ensures the healthy development of your kid’s bone structure, it also lowers the risk of future health problems.


Interested to find out more, or to view the furniture for yourself?

Visit ErgoEdge’s websiteor check out their showroom at 110 Lorong 23 Geylang, #07-09, Victory Centre, Singapore 388410 (opposite Alijunied MRT).

*USE this promo code: CHEEKIE58 to enjoy $58 off all ErgoBloom products! Code is valid until 18 October 2019.



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To celebrate the launch of “ErgoBloom”, ErgoEdge is giving out a ErgoBloom bundle (worth $830) each to THREE lucky winners!

To participate, all you have to do is the following:

1. LIKE ErgoEdge's Facebook page.
2. SHARE this blog post on your FB 
3. Head over to the ErgoEdge’s Main Giveaway post HERE and COMMENT ONE sentence on why you like ErgoBloom and tag a fellow mummy/daddy you know!

*Giveaway ends 29 September 2019, 2359 hrs.
Winners will be announced by ErgoEdge on its main FB post. GOOD LUCK!


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Sep 5, 2019

8 Ways to spend Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 with the Family (Singapore)

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This year's Mid-Autumn Festival (中秋节) falls on 13 September 2019, which is a Friday. What this means that the Mid-Autumn festivities will be in full swing this 7 & 8 September weekend! Good thing is, the light-ups will continue to next weekend (14 & 15 Sep) as well, including plenty of lantern walks to choose from.


Since the Mid-Autumn Festival is all about spending time with the family, parading lanterns and of course, gorging on mooncakes, what better way to spend the Mid-Autumn Festival than take your pick from the list of activities below and bring the kiddos out to soak in the festivities! And yes, all of them of FREE!

Depending on your preference, there are EIGHT to choose from:


#1 If you wish to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival with humongous colourful lantern displays, including a spectacular light and sound show:


Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 @ Gardens by the Bay
Now until 15 Sep 2019; 7pm - 11pm
Gardens by the Bay
FREE


Main Lantern Displays
Date: 30 Aug - 15 Sep
Time: 7.00pm - 11.00pm
Venue: Various locations

Enjoy spectacular lantern sets depicting stories of rich tradition and heritage. Don’t miss the tallest and widest ever display of floating lanterns stretching over 120m, and take a stroll within the very first giant revolving lantern!

AIRMESH
Date: 30 Aug - 1 Nov
Venue: Opposite Bayfront Plaza

The lantern-inspired pavilion, AIRMESH, functions as a belvedere which invites visitors into an immersive experience for framed views of the Gardens with its strategic location along the scenic Dragonfly Lake. The 30 sqm cantilevered state-of-the-art 3D-printed steel structure offers unprecedented perspectives through the day with its play on colours, shades and reflections.

Colonnade of Lights
Daye: 30 Aug - 15 Sep
Time: 7.00pm - 11.00pm
Venue: Colonnade

Stroll by the Colonnade of Lights and enjoy these displays of lanterns painted by people from various walks of life. Catch a glimpse of whimsical imagination decorated by many creative hands.

Illuminations of Joy
Date: 30 Aug - 15 Sep
Time: 7.00pm - 11.00pm
Venue: Supertree Grove

Illuminations of Joy invites you to journey through a series of creative expressions mapped on lanterns hand painted by Seniors.


Mass Lantern Walk
Date: 14 Sep
Lantern Collection: 7.15pm
Start of Mass Lantern Walk: 7.30pm
Meeting point: SG50 Lattice

Join in for a stroll through the Gardens amidst beautiful lantern sets, led by a magnificent LED Dragon! Free LED fabric lanterns will be provided for participants who take part in the walk.

GARDEN RHAPSODY: A JOURNEY THROUGH ASIA
Date: 30 Aug - 15 Sep
Time: 7.45pm & 8.45pm
Venue: Supertree Grove

Journey through Asia and immerse yourself in the rich and diverse soundscape, as the Supertrees light up your imagination of this magnificent part of the world! Look out for local artists Alemay Fernandez, Dawn Ho, Leandra Lane and Lou Peixin’s rendition of 《夜来香》,《甜蜜蜜》,’Bengawan Solo’, ‘Dayung Sampan’, ‘Sukiyaki’, and ‘Singapura, Oh Singapura’!

For a detailed listing of all activities and performances, visit HERE.


#2 If you are looking to spend the Mid-Autumn Festival at a new venue this year:


Mid-Autumn Festival @ Jurong Lake Gardens
6 - 15 Sep 2019; 6pm - 11pm
Jurong Lake Gardens
FREE


Celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival at Jurong Lake Gardens and go on a journey to the West with characters from popular Chinese folklore and watch the garden transform into a mythical world surrounded by a myriad of plants and animals at night. Partake in the festivities as a family and plan your very own lantern walk in the gardens. Enjoy performances which will happen daily and refuel yourself at the night market with a variety of food and drinks at the Wave Plaza. Admission is free! For a detailed listing of all activities and shows, visit HERE.


#3 If you wish to soak in the traditional Mid-Autumn Festival atmosphere:


Mid-Autumn @ Chinatown 2019
Now until 28 Sep 2019
Street Light-up: 7pm – 12mn (Sun – Thur) | 7pm – 2am (Fri & Sat)
Chinatown
FREE


The celebrations will showcase an exciting, colourful and vibrant month-long programmes from 31 August to 28 September 2019. During this period, Chinatown will be soaked in festivities and beautifully adorned with colourful lanterns and dazzling decorations. Come and join us to appreciate and experience the allure and significance of this Chinese traditional festival.

Mass Lantern Walk
8 Sep 2019 | 7pm - 10pm | Starting point – Kreta Ayer Square; Ending point – Along New Bridge Road | FREE
Enjoy a fun night out with your family and friends with your creative lanterns as you join in the Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 Mass Lantern Walk that is open to the general public. Immerse yourself in the festive spirit as you soak in the leisurely-paced lantern parade procession under the full moon and the dazzling displays around Chinatown. Don’t miss the impressive acts of the dragon dance troupes, energetic cheerleaders and the percussion band along the way! The lantern walk will conclude with stage performances, pyrotechnics and fireworks display in the heart of Chinatown.

#4 If you want to celebrate Mid-Autumn in the cutest and most instagrammable way possible:


Sweet Reunion with Sanrio Characters
Now until 15 Sep 2019
Jurong Point


Jurong Point celebrates the sweet reunion of the festival by bringing Sanrio characters to the mall! Look forward to a myriad of photo-worthy displays of all things Sanrio, including Hello Kitty, Cinnamoroll, gudetama, Kerokerokeroppi and Pompompurin! From life-sized inflatables to lantern installations, cultural appreciation activities and meet & greet with Hello Kitty, there is much to experience!

Photo credit: Jurong Point

Vivocity's Curious Adventures in Wonderland
Now until 22 Sep 2019; 7pm - 10pm
Vivocity, Sky Park, Level 3
FREE


Embark on a Curious Adventure in Wonderland this Mid-Autumn at VivoCity and step into a world of wonder, created by a mesmerising display of lanterns at the Sky Park! Journey down the rabbit hole for a glimpse into an illuminated world of curious adventures this Mid-Autumn! Immerse yourself in 5 larger-than-life whimsical zones made of lanterns.


Lantern Walk with Tayo the Little Bus
13 Sep 2019; 7.30pm
Downtown East



#5 If you want the kids to learn more about the history and cultural significance of Mid-Autumn Festival all under one roof:


Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival 2019
7 & 8 Sep 2019
10am - 9pm
Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
FREE Admission

Photo Credit: William Ong
An array of engaging activities will be organised during the weekend festival on 7 and 8 September, such as heritage trails, storytelling of Chinese fables & tales, live music performances, and art & craft activities. The festival highlight on 7 September will include the penning of Mid-Autumn well-wishes on larger-than-life Sky Lantern helium balloons and a subsequent release of the lanterns into the night sky. For more details on activities, visit HERE.

#6 If you are looking to expose the little ones to Chinese traditional art forms:


Mid-Autumn Yeah!
13 & 14 Sep 2019
Fri: 7pm - 10pm | Sat: 1pm - 10pm
Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre
FREE Admission (Certain activities ticketed)


Beyond the popular folklore of Chang’e and Hou Yi, Mid-Autumn Festival celebrates the bountiful harvest to come. Join in the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre’s Mid-Autumn Yeah! celebration and reap your own harvest of knowledge by discovering traditions anew and immersing in a feast for the senses with friends and family! Plan a heist to break into the Moon Vault in search of the secret recipe for the Divine Mooncake in an escape-room activity, learn about the secrets of the night sky through a series of planetarium shows; revel in songs that wax lyrical about the moon; or concoct your very own cup of bubble tea while learning about tea traditions. Whether you are a culture buff, someone who wants to learn more about our heritage, or a visitor who simply wants to have an enjoyable time with loved ones, Mid-Autumn Yeah! promises something exciting in store for everyone. For a detailed listing of all activities, visit HERE.

Moonfest 2019
13 - 15 Sep 2019; Various Timings
Esplanade
FREE & Ticketed


Moonfest – A Mid-Autumn Celebration is an annual traditional Chinese arts festival held in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival. Now in its 15th edition, Moonfest presents the opportunity for families and friends, young and old to be exposed to and rediscover the intrinsic beauty of traditional Chinese arts through an exciting line-up of free programmes and ticketed workshops.

This year’s highlights include:

- Classic Xiqu excerpts performed by “Little Plum Blossom” artists, which is the highest accolade given to young Xiqu performers below the age of 14 in China.
- Taishan Shadow Puppetry performances where the skillful puppeteer from China demonstrates the controlling of shadow puppets, singing and playing percussion instruments all at the same time.
- Nostalgic street opera performances of classic excerpts by Sin Yong Hua Heng Teochew Opera Troupe under a moonlit night.
- A unique performance that blends Chinese crosstalk— a witty, humorous and light-hearted performing art—and a cappella music by Soo Wee Seng, Ho Jia Wen & The Apex Project.
- A fun-filled performance by Singapore’s top radio group Yu Jian Huang Chong—comprising Chen Biyu, Marcus Chin, Mark Lee and Dennis Chew—featuring folk, dialect and xinyao music, and memorable movie theme songs.
- Ever-popular Lantern Walkabout on 14 Sep where limited free lanterns will be given out.

There will also be a series of ticketed Parent-Child Workshops where families can bond and learn more about Xiqu, shadow puppetry and Shaolin martial arts, or make their own lanterns. Those who are musically inclined can also try their hand at playing a hulusi (a folk wind instrument from China that is shaped like a gourd) at the Let’s Learn to Play the Hulusi! ticketed workshop conducted by Jonathan Tan from Dicapella Dizi Ensemble.

For a detailed listing of all activities, visit HERE.

#7  If you wish to join in a mass Mid-Autumn Festival get-together:


Moonstruck At Singapore Sports Hub
Now until 19 Sep 2019
Various Timings
Singapore Sports Hub
FREE


Join in the fun to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival with hands-on activities, folklore, lantern-making contest and more! Registration for most activities are FREE. For a detailed listing of all activities, visit HERE.

Mid Autumn Festival @ Robertson Quay
14 Sep 2019: 3pm - 10pm
15 Sep 2019: 2pm - 6pm
Robertson Walk
FREE (except for Lantern Walkabout & Boat ride)


Let’s reminisce about the good old days with “Mid-Autumn Festival @ Robertson Quay”. Expect old-school lantern walkabout along the river juxtaposed with new-school creation of a human claw machine! Not forgetting our favourite LED Kite performance to end off the night. Complete with a boat ride experience along Singapore River, this mid-autumn festival will be a truly unique experience for all.

Purchase a ticket ($25 or $80 for 4) to join in for the Lantern walkabout and Boat ride happening only on 14th Sep (6pm-8pm) HERE.

#8  If you wish to just spend some family time together in the heartlands:


Ci Yuan Night 2019
7 Sep 2019; 6pm - 9.30pm
Ci Yuan Community Club
$2 per ticket


Gambas Mid-Autumn Celebration
7 Sep 2019; 6.30pm
Blk 414 Yishun Ring Road courtyard
FREE


Geylang Serai Family Carnival
6 - 15 Sep 2019; 12pm - 10pm
1 Engku Aman turn (Open Field) next to Wisma Geylang Serai
FREE Admission


Have a super September school holiday at the Geylang Serai Family Carnival! Head down to WGS from 6-15 Sep, 12 noon till 10pm for a whale of time with your whole family and enjoy games, rides, educational activities and performances galore!




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Sep 4, 2019

More than 50 Activities for Kids this September School Holidays 2019 (Singapore)

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Gosh, is it September already? Kids enjoy a 10-day break from school, thanks to Teachers' Day and the September school holidays. Yes, soon it will be the final year exams all over again but first, there's some fun still to be had.


As usual, there are loads of holiday activities happening this one week school break - more than FIFTY activities in fact! ENJOY! 😄


Walking with Dinosaurs - The Live Experience
Now til 8 Sep 2019
Various Timings
Singapore Indoor Stadium
Price: $58, $68, $88 (discounted) and $148


After 65 million years – they’re back! Seen by over 9 million people in more than 250 cities around the world, WALKING WITH DINOSAURS – The Live Experience, based on the award-winning BBC Television series, roars into Singapore! Be amazed and thrilled as the greatest pre-historic creatures ever to walk the earth return before your eyes. The dazzling $20 million production features state-of-the-art technology, making this the biggest and best dinosaur show in the world. Read my review HERE and for tickets, visit here.

Jalan-Jalan With Disney’s Mickey Mouse & Friends
Now until 8 Sep 2019; 12pm to 8pm
Waterway Point, Village Square, West Wing, Level 1


Stroll through streets of magic, from a Mickey-inspired trishaw experience to a Minnie-themed cable car photo opportunity. Plus, get a chance to meet Mickey & Minnie, shop brand-new Disney’s Mickey Go Singapore merchandise and join craft workshops.

Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Meet & Greet
7 September 2019 | 2pm, 4pm & 6pm | Village Square, West Wing, Level 1
Meet and Greet passes will be distributed 30-minutes before each session on a first-come, first-served basis.

Mid-Autumn Festival @ Jurong Lake Gardens
6 - 15 Sep 2019; 6pm - 11pm
Jurong Lake Gardens
FREE


Come celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival at Jurong Lake Gardens! Join us on a journey to the West with characters from popular Chinese folklore and watch the garden transform into a mythical world surrounded by a myriad of plants and animals at night. Partake in the festivities as a family and plan your very own lantern walk in the gardens. Enjoy performances which will happen daily and refuel yourself at the night market with a variety of food and drinks at the Wave Plaza. Admission is free! For a detailed listing of all activities and shows, visit HERE.

FREE Entry to Jurong Bird Park
6 - 15 Sep 2019
Jurong Bird Park
FREE Admission (with gated attractions)


In celebration of 10 years of bird conservation, Jurong Bird Park is opening its gates to all local residents for free*! For 10 days from 6 – 15 September 2019, Singaporeans, Permanent Residents and FIN holders can enter Jurong Bird Park for free. Purchase coupons to enter gated aviaries and experience special activities. For a detailed listing of all activities, visit HERE.

*Nominal charges apply for entry into gated aviaries, shows and Birdz of Play area. Local residents only.


SMU Arts Festival 2019
6 - 15 Sep 2019
Various Timings & Locations
FREE & Ticketed


The Singapore Management University (SMU) Arts Festival is an annual showcase of creative expression through the arts. Featuring events comprising a range of art forms including music, dance, theatre, literary as well as visual arts, the festival provides a purposeful opportunity to bring the arts to the public audience. For more information on performances, visit HERE.

Geylang Serai Family Carnival
6 - 15 Sep 2019; 12pm - 10pm
1 Engku Aman turn (Open Field) next to Wisma Geylang Serai
FREE Admission


Have a super September school holiday at the Geylang Serai Family Carnival! Head down to WGS from 6-15 Sep, 12 noon till 10pm for a whale of time with your whole family and enjoy games, rides, educational activities and performances galore!

Playground at Clarke Quay Central
6 - 15 Sep 2019
Clarke Quay Central


Singapore River Festival 2019 presents Playground at Clarke Quay Central featuring family-friendly activities organised for the young and the young-at-heart. SRF 2019 invites you to take a well-deserved break with fun activations, including an outdoor maze and interactive arcade games, that will keep you and your young ones entertained.

West Marsh Visit with the 'Kranji Marshals'
7 Sep 2019; 7.30am - 11am
Kranji Marshes (Enter and exit the West Marsh from the gate near Moorhen Blind)
FREE

The West Marsh, within the Core Conservation Area of Kranji Marshes, is a special area designated for the conservation of marsh birds. To minimise disturbances to these shy animals and other wildlife, access to this section is restricted to guided activities organised by NParks and its partners. Several times a year, visitors can access this section when NParks volunteers (the 'Kranji Marshals') conduct station-guiding. They will be stationed at the hides and strategic locations to help you appreciate the beauty of the marsh habitat.

A loop around West Marsh is about 1.2 km and takes about 20 minutes to complete. This includes about 400 m of narrow and uneven rocky path, which is not recommended for young children without supervision. Visitors are advised to wear comfortable walking shoes, and exercise caution when walking on this path.

OUR ARMY DAYS
7 Sep 2019; 10am - 6pm 
Singapore Discovery Centre
$12


Relive your NS memories with a wide range of military related activities at S'pore Discovery Centre's signature event, OUR ARMY DAYS. Through the engaging activities, share with your family about your NS experiences. There will be three zones to challenge all toughies; Family, Survival and Warrior, bursting with a slew of challenging and exciting activity stations. Put yourself to the test and clear as many stations as possible. You can also stand to win fabulous prizes in the lucky draw! For tickets, visit HERE.

Kiss92FM Discover Joy Carnival
7 Sep 2019; 3pm - 9pm
Clarke Quay Green (open field next to Liang Court)
FREE Admission


Play exciting games and picnic with the Kiss DJs at the Families For Life Zone, savour amazing food in the Celebration Zone, get active in the Vitality Zone, groove to the music from local bands 53A & Cold Cut Duo and ultimately chill & relax on the greens to catch a FREE movie screening of Avengers: Infinity War! Register via HERE.

My Family Weekend Picnic @ East Coast Park
7 Sep 2019; 5pm - 9pm;
East Coast Park - Angsana Green
FREE Admission


Join in the fun at My Family Weekend Picnic at East Coast Park (Angsana Green) with your family and extend family members (grandparents, aunties and uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews). There are many fun-filled family bonding activities and workshops such as Pop-up Adventure Playground, Batik Fan Painting, Shrink Art Keychain, Photo Booth, Mini Carnival Games and Music Performances. Not forgetting the all-time favourite FFL Picnic, FFL Bouncy Castles, FFL Mobile Café and Movie Under the Stars! Register via HERE.

Korea-Singapore Jazz Night (2019 Korea Festival)
7 Sep 2019; 6pm - 7.15pm
Singapore Botanic Gardens, Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage
FREE

As part of the on-going initiative to promote cultural exchange between Korea and Singapore, the annual Korea Festival presents a musical concert by the hottest artists of the nation in its programme of events. This year, Korea-Singapore Jazz Night, presented by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, will mark the very first time jazz concert featured in the line-up of the Festival.

Jazz Night will feature two groups of esteemed performers from the local jazz scenes of both countries – the homegrown Jazz Association (Singapore)’s JASS Ensemble led by Music Director and Singapore’s “King of Swing,” Jeremy Monteiro, and Heo So-young, an acclaimed jazz vocalist hailing from Korea, together with her band. Additionally, the Heo So-young band and the JASS Ensemble will be bringing forth a selection of traditional folk classics from both nations, “Singapura" and “Arirang", in a special collaborative performance that showcases the best of both cultures.

Ci Yuan Night 2019
7 Sep 2019; 6pm - 9.30pm
Ci Yuan Community Club
$2 per ticket


Gambas Mid-Autumn Celebration
7 Sep 2019; 6.30pm
Blk 414 Yishun Ring Road courtyard
FREE


Movie Night at The Oval
7 Sep 2019; 4pm - 10pm
The Oval (3 Park Lane, Singapore 798387)
FREE


Go  early and grab the best spots for the free screening of DC superhero flick Aquaman at our Open Lawn on Saturday, 7th September. If you’re hungry for movie snacks, drop bythe popcorn and cotton candy booth and have some sweet treats on the house! Before the movie starts at 7:30pm, a series of Mid-Autumn Festival themed crafting workshops will kick things off at 4pm. Start your festivities early by creating balloon sculptures, paper fans and lanterns!

Andy Griffith's The 13-Storey Treehouse: Live on Stage
Sat 7 Sep: 11am, 2pm, 4.30pm | Sun 8 Sep: 11am, 2.30pm
SOTA Drama Theatre
$62, $52, $40


Based on the No. 1 international bestseller and multi-award winning book series by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton, The 13-Storey Treehouse is coming to the stage! Who wouldn't want to live in a tree house? Especially a 13-Story Treehouse that has everything; a bowling alley, a secret underground laboratory, and self-making beds, for starters!  Andy and Terry live there, make stories together, and have a series of completely silly adventures…There's just one problem. They forgot to write the play! And where will they find flying cats, a mermaid, a sea monster, an invasion of monkeys, and a giant gorilla? For tickets, visit HERE.

Japan Summer Festival
7 & 8 Sep 2019; 12pm - 9pm
National Stadium
Online price: $6 (til 6 Sep 2019)
Actual day: $8
Free admission for children below the height of 1.2m


The Japan Summer Festival held in conjunction with Sports Hub Community Play Day returns to the National Stadium with bigger and better line-up of fun, food and activities. Visitors can get to experience true Japan right at this immersive cultural exchange event with over 100 authentic Japanese stalls, Pokemon Carnival, Pikachu Dance Parade, all-day stage performances, traditional Bon-Odori dance, Yukata try-out and many more. For more information and tickets, visit HERE.

Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival 2019
7 & 8 Sep 2019
10am - 9pm
Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
FREE Admission

An array of engaging activities will be organised during the weekend festival on 7 and 8 September, such as heritage trails, storytelling of Chinese fables & tales, live music performances, and art & craft activities. The festival highlight on 7 September will include the penning of Mid-Autumn well-wishes on larger-than-life Sky Lantern helium balloons and a subsequent release of the lanterns into the night sky. For more details on activities, visit HERE.

Nickelodeon Slime Time
7 - 15 Sep 2019
11am - 9pm daily
City Square Mall, L1 Atrium
Spend $50 to redeem an event passport


It’s All Slime, Fun, and Adventure at City Square Mall this September School Holiday! From 7 to 15 Sep 2019, there will be slime-filled activity stations such as the iconic Slime Shower, Slime Escape Room or keep yourself dry at the Colouring Wall and Playground.

Weekends in the Park: Family Yoga
8 Sep 2019; 8am - 9am
Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, Tecoma Green
FREE

Soak in the morning sun with a family yoga session in the park, every second Sunday of the month! Take the opportunity to enjoy the vast open lawns, lush banks of wildflowers and unique waterways. For the young ones that enjoy a splash, bring a change of clothes and head over to the ever popular Water Playground! FREE but pre-register HERE.

My Family Fiesta @ SAFRA Punggol
8 Sep 2019; 9am to 6pm
SAFRA Punggol
FREE Admission


Spend quality time with your loved ones at My Family Fiesta – A day of family fun, games, activites and programmes catered just for you! Take part in SAFRA Punggol’s Kidz-preneur (Big Little Boss Edition), a fun-filled family bazaar, special vendor treats and much more!

General Activities:
- Arts & Family Bazaar
- Activities by School of Concepts
- Free flow Carnival Food & Drinks
- opcorn & Candy Floss

Big Little Boss Activities (Pre-Registration Required):
- Kidz-preneur – Big Little Boss Edition
- Little Pizza Chef by Pizza Hut

Big Little Boss Activities (Walk-In):
- Little News Anchor by SAFRA Digital Media Club
- Little Engineer
- Little Palaeontologist
- Little Builder
- Little Fireman
- Little Golfer

For more details, visit HERE.

Guided Walk Along Singapore River
8 Sep 2019; 5pm to 6.45pm
Open Park Space Opposite Great World City Office Towers
FREE


Come experience the history of Singapore River coming to life! Enjoy a fun Sunday with your families at the Singapore River Guided Walk as you journey down memory lane & take pictures with Sir Stamford Raffles & Samsui Women Live Characters.

The walk will start at the open park space just next to Kim Seng Promenade (adjacent to Great World City Office Towers) by the Singapore River and end before 6.45 pm at the same location. There will be light refreshments so that families can connect with one another during and after the walk. Event is FREE but registration is compulsory. Register via HERE.

PianoBotanica
8 Sep 2019; 6pm - 7pm
Singapore Botanic Gardens, Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage
FREE

PianoBotanica is back, in its annual feature of Bossa Nova and other Brazilian rhythms. In memory of the passing of legendary Brazilian singer, songwriter and guitarist João Gilberto, often called “father of Bossa Nova” and “O Mito”, in July 2019, INDIGO, a group of talented musicians from Singapore, will perform his best-known works as a tribute to him. While being profoundly rooted in Brazilian sounds and syncopations, João Gilberto found a language that has been inspiring and delighting people all over the world since the 1950s.

Singapore Night Festival 2019
Now until 8 Sep 2019; 10am - 7pm
National Museum of Singapore
Free Admission


Even though Singapore Night Festival 2019 has concluded, THREE installations are still opened to the public at the National Museum of Singapore... and they are FREE to visit! Of the three, WHISPERS is the one not to be missed. For more photos and details, visit my previous post HERE.

Sunset Walk at Jurong Lake Gardens
9 - 15 Sep 2019; 6.30pm - 7.30pm
Jurong Lake Gardens, Entrance Pavilion
FREE (Pre-registration required)

Soak in the festivities and bring your own lanterns* when you join us for our sunset walk around the gardens! Join in the evening saunters at the Jurong Lake Gardens this Mid-Autumn Festival. Happening daily until 15 September, be enthralled by NParks' guides who will be sharing fun facts and stories of the plants and animals in the garden. Capture mesmerising sunset moments and watch our life-sized lanterns come alive in their splendid display of colours.

*Battery-operated lanterns only. Candle lanterns are not allowed in the Gardens.

Register via the links below:
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10 Sep 2019
11 Sep 2019
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14 Sep 2019
15 Sep 2019

Pet’s Day Out
9 - 15 Sep 2019; 11am – 10pm
Bukit Panjang Plaza, Level 2, Atrium


In celebration of Singapore Pets Week, Purrfect Woof Gang brings you a fun-filled event! Enjoy great deals on a wide variety of pet-related goods from Artero, K9 Natural, Acana and Orijen. Check out the petting zoo and educational activities where you can learn about topics like pet grooming, positive dog training and more!

Fantastic Mr Fox in Mandarin了不起的狐狸爸爸
Now until 13 Sep 2019
Weekdays: 10am | Weekends: 11am & 2pm | 8 Sep: 11am & 2pm | 9 Sep: 2pm
KC Arts Centre
$26, $29


Watch Fantastic Mr Fox in Mandarin! Fantastic Mr Fox is a classic tale of goodies and baddies. It is an inspiring story about the brave and clever Mr Fox who, with the help of his family and friends, outsmarts three farmers’ nasty schemes in order to provide food for the animal community. Filled with humour and packed with action, this is a fantastic show to be enjoyed by children of all ages. For tickets, visit HERE.

Lion City Gathering 2019
12 - 15 Sep 2019
The Star Vista
FREE


Bask in the excitement of Lion City Gathering, a four-day Parkour event where local and international practitioners display their skills in running, jumping and climbing. Be inspired to challenge yourselves at the kids and adult Parkour workshops on site, and don't miss out on watching the top athletes throw down in the Asian Parkour Championships! Visit www.lioncitygathering.com for details.

Lantern Walk with Tayo the Little Bus
13 Sep 2019; 7.30pm
Downtown East


one-north Festival 2019
13 - 14 Sep 2019; 11am - 6pm
Fusionopolis One
FREE


Jointly organised by the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), JTC, and the Science Centre Singapore, this very exciting event welcomes the public to immerse in science and technology through fun interactive displays, inspiring talks, workshops and tours for the whole family.

Come and experience fun and interactive displays from schools, scientists and entrepreneurs to address the global challenges of sustainability. Meet leading scientists and innovators and get hands-on with community activities designed to entertain all in the family!

Singapore Largest Slime Installation
13 Sep 2019 | Fusionopolis One | 10am - 6pm | Free
SSF is on a mission to break another record! Contribute to the biggest slime installation in town by creating your very own batch of slime. Icky, gooey fun that is larger than life and great for a family day out.

Special Science Show by Royal Institution
13 - 14 Sep 2019 | Genesis Theatre, Fusionopolis One | 5:15pm | Free
Brought to you all the way from the United Kingdom by Royal Institution, catch an exciting science spectacle featuring a host of live demonstrations sure to excite you! Witness energy work in action, from elastic to gravitational, kinetic to chemical, see some fiery and maybe even explosive demonstrations of what energy is and how it affects our lives.Explore the different types of energy stores, and how each of them can do work. From flaming butane bubbles to exploding tin cans, we look at the movement of energy from one store to another, underlining the notion that energy cannot be created or destroyed.

"The Impossible" Science Sessions with Jason Latimer
13 - 14 Sep 2019 | Genesis Theatre, Fusionopolis One | 2.30pm | Free
Magic? Or just Science? Famed American magician Jason Latimer shows you the secret to “the Impossible”. From bending light to shaping water, take a journey beyond the illusions in a one of a kind magical science show!

The Inflatable Lungs Experience
Fusionopolis (13 - 14 Sep) | 10:30am - 12:30pm and 2pm - 4:30pm | Free
Take a step into one of the largest organs in your body and learn more about our incredible lungs that keep us alive and breathing.

Mid-Autumn Yeah!
13 & 14 Sep 2019
Fri: 7pm - 10pm | Sat: 1pm - 10pm
Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre
FREE Admission (Certain activities ticketed)


Beyond the popular folklore of Chang’e and Hou Yi, Mid-Autumn Festival celebrates the bountiful harvest to come. Join in the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre’s Mid-Autumn Yeah! celebration and reap your own harvest of knowledge by discovering traditions anew and immersing in a feast for the senses with friends and family! Plan a heist to break into the Moon Vault in search of the secret recipe for the Divine Mooncake in an escape-room activity, learn about the secrets of the night sky through a series of planetarium shows; revel in songs that wax lyrical about the moon; or concoct your very own cup of bubble tea while learning about tea traditions. Whether you are a culture buff, someone who wants to learn more about our heritage, or a visitor who simply wants to have an enjoyable time with loved ones, Mid-Autumn Yeah! promises something exciting in store for everyone. For a detailed listing of all activities, visit HERE.

Moonfest 2019
13 - 15 Sep 2019; Various Timings
Esplanade
FREE & Ticketed


Moonfest – A Mid-Autumn Celebration is an annual traditional Chinese arts festival held in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival. Now in its 15th edition, Moonfest presents the opportunity for families and friends, young and old to be exposed to and rediscover the intrinsic beauty of traditional Chinese arts through an exciting line-up of free programmes and ticketed workshops.

This year’s highlights include:

- Classic Xiqu excerpts performed by “Little Plum Blossom” artists, which is the highest accolade given to young Xiqu performers below the age of 14 in China.
- Taishan Shadow Puppetry performances where the skillful puppeteer from China demonstrates the controlling of shadow puppets, singing and playing percussion instruments all at the same time.
- Nostalgic street opera performances of classic excerpts by Sin Yong Hua Heng Teochew Opera Troupe under a moonlit night.
- A unique performance that blends Chinese crosstalk— a witty, humorous and light-hearted performing art—and a cappella music by Soo Wee Seng, Ho Jia Wen & The Apex Project.
- A fun-filled performance by Singapore’s top radio group Yu Jian Huang Chong—comprising Chen Biyu, Marcus Chin, Mark Lee and Dennis Chew—featuring folk, dialect and xinyao music, and memorable movie theme songs.
- Ever-popular Lantern Walkabout on 14 Sep where limited free lanterns will be given out.

There will also be a series of ticketed Parent-Child Workshops where families can bond and learn more about Xiqu, shadow puppetry and Shaolin martial arts, or make their own lanterns. Those who are musically inclined can also try their hand at playing a hulusi (a folk wind instrument from China that is shaped like a gourd) at the Let’s Learn to Play the Hulusi! ticketed workshop conducted by Jonathan Tan from Dicapella Dizi Ensemble.

For a detailed listing of all activities, visit HERE.

Ecolife at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park
14 Sep 2019; 9am - 11am
Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, Promenade
FREE (Pre-registration required)

This family tour introduces Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park and its biodiversity through the use of interactive exploration themes and activities. Have fun working together to answer worksheets, conduct surveys and photo hunts, among other activities. To register, visit HERE.


Evening Chorus at Kranji Marshes
14 Sep 2019; 4.30pm - 6.30pm
Kranji Marshes (Meeting point is at Kranji Gate, 11 Neo Tiew Lane 2)
FREE (Pre-registration compulsory)

The walk will introduce participants to this unique nature area and the species which are living in its marsh, woodland and grass habitats. Participants will be guided through the ecologically sensitive core conservation area which is not usually opened to the public. The approximately 3 km guided walk will take visitors on a two-hour journey. *Registration opens on 6 September 2019 (Friday) at 8am. To register, visit HERE.

Weekends in the Park
14 & 15 Sep 2019; 9am - 6pm
East Coast Park, Marine Cove
FREE


Prepare yourself and your little ones for fun in the great outdoors! Drop in for free workshops and reduce, reuse and recycle at the same time!

Mid Autumn Festival @ Robertson Quay
14 Sep 2019: 3pm - 10pm
15 Sep 2019: 2pm - 6pm
Robertson Walk
FREE (except for Lantern Walkabout & Boat ride)


Let’s reminisce about the good old days with “Mid-Autumn Festival @ Robertson Quay”. Expect old-school lantern walkabout along the river juxtaposed with new-school creation of a human claw machine! Not forgetting our favourite LED Kite performance to end off the night. Complete with a boat ride experience along Singapore River, this mid-autumn festival will be a truly unique experience for all.

Purchase a ticket ($25 or $80 for 4) to join in for the Lantern walkabout and Boat ride happening only on 14th Sep (6pm-8pm) HERE.

Sweet Reunion with Sanrio Characters
Now until 15 Sep 2019
Jurong Point


Jurong Point celebrates the sweet reunion of the festival by bringing Sanrio characters to the mall! Look forward to a myriad of photo-worthy displays of all things Sanrio, including Hello Kitty, Cinnamoroll, gudetama, Kerokerokeroppi and Pompompurin! From life-sized inflatables to lantern installations, cultural appreciation activities and meet & greet with Hello Kitty, there is much to experience!

Free Entry to National Orchid Garden
Now until 15 Sep 2019
8.30am - 7pm
National Orchid Garden
FREE

Enjoy free admission to National Orchid Garden from 31 Aug to 15 Sep for students, Singaporeans, Permanent Residents and Work Permit Holders. Last entry to the National Orchid Garden is 6pm daily. Students are required to present valid student cards. Singaporeans, Permanent Residents, Work Permit Holders and Dependent Pass Holders are required to present their ID cards or relevant documentation.

Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 @ Gardens by the Bay
Now until 15 Sep 2019; 7pm - 11pm
Gardens by the Bay
FREE


Enjoy spectacular lantern sets depicting stories of rich tradition and heritage. Don’t miss the tallest and widest ever display of floating lanterns stretching over 120m, and take a stroll within the very first giant revolving lantern!


For a detailed listing of all activities and performances, visit HERE.

Orchid Extravaganza
Now until 15 Sep 2019; 9am - 9pm
Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay
Admission charge applies
*Singapore residents enjoy $4 off admission rates to Flower Dome from 5 to 31 aug 2019!


This year’s Orchid Extravaganza celebrates Singapore’s pop culture with a creative spin on familiar icons, as seen through the eyes of multi-talented Singaporean singer-songwriter Dick Lee. Melding floral artistry and pop art, the orchid display features landmarks and objects that have become part of local culture. From housing to recreation and food, these have been given a playful makeover under the creative direction of Dick Lee and designer Yang Derong, to reflect Singapore’s unique blend of tradition and modernity. They stand out amidst a colourful landscape of over 15,000 orchids, comprising more than 80 varieties including heritage orchids such as Aranthera Anne Black, Aranda Bertha Braga and Dendrobium Tay Swee Keng.

Sentosa Sandsation: Star Wars Edition
Now until 15 Sep 2019
10am - 8.30pm daily
Siloso Beach, Sentosa
FREE Admission


Enjoy FREE entry into Sentosa from now till 15 Sept, as Siloso Beach turns into a legendary tribute to STAR WARS with 20 massive sculptures of all your favourite characters, an international sand sculpting competition, sand sculpting workshops and more. Make time for an epic escape to an island not that far away. See HERE for more of my photos.

KidZ & Innovation Holiday Programme
Now until 15 Sep 2019
KidZania Singapore
Admission charges apply


Young learners can get a glimpse into the exciting world of science and technology only at KidZania Singapore this September school holiday! Kids can try their hand at 3D drawing, coding, augmented and virtual reality, plus other fun activities! For more details, visit HERE.

Moonstruck At Singapore Sports Hub
Now until 19 Sep 2019
Various Timings
Singapore Sports Hub
FREE


Join in the fun to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival with hands-on activities, folklore, lantern-making contest and more! Registration for most activities are FREE. For a detailed listing of all activities, visit HERE.

Vivocity's Curious Adventures in Wonderland
Now until 22 Sep 2019; 7pm - 10pm
Vivocity, Sky Park, Level 3
FREE


Embark on a Curious Adventure in Wonderland this Mid-Autumn at VivoCity and step into a world of wonder, created by a mesmerising display of lanterns at the Sky Park! Journey down the rabbit hole for a glimpse into an illuminated world of curious adventures this Mid-Autumn! Immerse yourself in 5 larger-than-life whimsical zones made of lanterns.

Wonderland
Now until 22 Sep 2019; 10am - 7pm daily
ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands
Opening hours: 10am - 7pm daily
From $15 per Adult & $11 per Child for Singapore residents


Wonderland is a playful and interactive exhibition for all ages, based on Lewis Carroll’s timeless stories of Alice and her adventures. Wonderland is a one-of-a-kind exhibition which follows Alice’s journey through popular culture and reveals how artists and filmmakers have portrayed Alice and her story for over a century. Visitors will step into an enchanted world that draws together a remarkable selection of over 300 artefacts and objects, including first edition books, drawings, original costumes, films, magic lantern projectors, and more. Developed by Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), this immersive exhibition makes the first stop of its global tour at ArtScience Museum. Visit the Website for more information.

Kiztopia Roadshow
6 - 25 Sep 2019
Marina Square, Central Atrium


Comprising a laser tag zone for an exhilarating experience, a driving range for the little Formula One drivers and a ball pit for the kids to expend their energy, families can pop by Marina Square Central Atrium for a day of fun-filled quality time together!

Mid-Autumn @ Chinatown 2019
Now until 28 Sep 2019
Street Light-up: 7pm – 12mn (Sun – Thur) | 7pm – 2am (Fri & Sat)
Chinatown
FREE


The celebrations will showcase an exciting, colourful and vibrant month-long programmes from 31 August to 28 September 2019. During this period, Chinatown will be soaked in festivities and beautifully adorned with colourful lanterns and dazzling decorations. Come and join us to appreciate and experience the allure and significance of this Chinese traditional festival.

Mass Lantern Walk
8 Sep 2019 | 7pm - 10pm | Starting point – Kreta Ayer Square; Ending point – Along New Bridge Road | FREE
Enjoy a fun night out with your family and friends with your creative lanterns as you join in the Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 Mass Lantern Walk that is open to the general public. Immerse yourself in the festive spirit as you soak in the leisurely-paced lantern parade procession under the full moon and the dazzling displays around Chinatown. Don’t miss the impressive acts of the dragon dance troupes, energetic cheerleaders and the percussion band along the way! The lantern walk will conclude with stage performances, pyrotechnics and fireworks display in the heart of Chinatown.

DinoQuest
Now until 29 Sep 2019
Science Centre, The Annexe
$18/ adult, $15/ child, $52/ family


Discover how different fields of science work together in a real-life dinosaur expedition at Science Centre Singapore’s latest exhibition, DinoQuest. Also, find out more about the science of palaeontology and the process of fossilisation.

Curated by world-renowned palaeontologist Emerita Professor Patricia Vickers-Rich, DinoQuest spans across seven thematic zones that promise a multi-sensory experience like no other. An ambitious gamification creation that blends the latest multimedia technology, from holographic mapping to augmented and virtual reality environments, with dramatic fossil displays and ancient backdrops, be transported into a long extinct world. Embark on the quest to find out if you have what it takes to be a Palaeontologist extraordinaire! For more details, visit HERE.

Floating Utopias
Now until 29 Sep 2019
10am - 7pm
ArtScience Museum
From $15 per Adult & $11 per Child for Singapore residents


Floating Utopias is a playful and poetic exhibition that explores the social history of inflatable objects, showing how, over the decades, they have been used in art, architecture and activism. Floating Utopias reveals the impact inflatables continue to have on our collective imagination. The exhibition juxtaposes historical and contemporary works, featuring over 40 artworks by international and local artists, as well as hands-on workshops and interventions in urban space.

Inflatables invite us to be playful and to reclaim public space; they help to forge communities and promote participation. Their disruptive, ephemeral presence challenges power structures, by reminding us that after all, everything is temporary. For more information, visit HERE.

The Quest for the River Gem
Now until 31 Oct 2019
River Safari
Admission charges apply


tokidoki returns to River Safari this September & October, with River Safari’s resident animals, the capybara, Indian gharial, manatee, giant panda, giant river otter, red panda and giant freshwater stingray being recreated in the distinct tokidoki style! Pose with life-sized 3D sculptures of these exclusive characters along with their Mermicorno counterparts and join them in the River Gem Trail to be rewarded with a limited-edition tokidoki x River Safari pin upon completion. For more details, visit HERE.

Movies Galore!


Dora And The Lost City Of Gold - Now showing
The Angry Birds Movie 2 - Now showing
Playmobil: The Movie - Now showing
Ne Zha 哪吒之魔童降世 - Opens 5 Sep 2019
Weathering With You - Opens 12 Sep 2019

Children’s Biennale 2019: Embracing Wonder
Now until 29 Dec 2019
Sat–Thu: 10am–7pm | Fri: 10am–9pm
National Gallery Singapore
Free for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents (PRs). Ticket prices start at $20 for others


Back for the second edition, the Children’s Biennale has opened at the National Gallery Singapore from now and will run all the way until 29 December 2019. This year’s exhibition is themed ‘Embracing Wonder’ and invites kids all all ages to experience a new dimension of creativity and open themselves up to wondrous surprises. Through 11 imaginative artwork installations, kids can embrace a fantastic, magical world by composing their own tunes, braiding giant tresses, wandering beneath massive lanterns, popping into a dome, and more. And the best part? It is all FREE for for Singaporeans and PRs! Read more about our experience HERE.

From Singapore to Singaporean: The Bicentennial Experience
Now until 31 Dec 2019
Time Traveller: Monday: 0830 – 1730 | Tuesday – Sunday: 0830 – 2200
Pathfinder: Monday – Sunday: 0830 – 2230
Echoes: Tuesday – Sunday: 1900 – 2230
Fort Canning Centre (5 Cox Terrace, Singapore 179620)
FREE


As the centrepiece event of the Singapore Bicentennial, this multimedia sensory experience brings you back in time to witness key moments in Singapore’s transformation from as far back as 1299. It comprises of two parts - Time Traveller and Pathfinder. The first is an indoor cinematic, immersive journey which requires pre-booking of time slots while the latter is an outdoor exploratory trail featuring eight interactive pavilions and installations with no pre-registration required. Read more about my experience HERE.

I-Opener by Playeum
Now until 26 Apr 2020
Tues - Sun: 10am - 6pm (Closed on Mondays)
Playeum
$22 per child (1-12) | Accompanying adult: Free | Additional accompanying adult: $10


I-Opener features the aesthetic and sensory play-worlds co-created by individuals with various disabilities, and also without. It invites kids aged 1 to 12 to explore their senses through play and the arts.


As we all know, the senses - sight, touch and hearing all play an important role in a child’s discovery of the world as well as their social-emotional development. But more than that, this exhibition DIFFERS from Playeum's previous exhibitions in that instead of just introducing the art of play to kids, it allows kids to step into the world of those with special needs and experience the way how they interact, play and sense the world around them. Read my review HERE.

200: A Natural History
4 Jun 2019 - Jun 2020
Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
Admission charges apply


As part of Singapore’s Bicentennial, LKCNHM reflects upon 200 significant natural history events in the island’s past. These interweaving, and sometimes quirky, threads of animals, plants, events, places and people have played an important role in shaping the country’s natural heritage. For more information, visit HERE.




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