What To Do During This Phase 3 Weekend (12-14 Feb)
It's finally CNY weekend, which means it's time to celebrate. Here's what you can look forward to this week.
1. Wild About 牛 Year @ WRS Parks
Celebrate the Year of the Ox with the animals of Wildlife Reserves Singapore. This year, animals like the sea lions at Singapore Zoo, cockatoos at Jurong Bird Park and capybaras at River Safari will be ringing in the Lunar New Year with lucky numbers, auspicious red packets and festive greetings in their usual wildlife shows.
In addition, your kids can catch a glimpse of animals enjoying special festive treats, or embark upon a 牛 (niú) Year New Friend Trail as part of My Animal Buddy, where they'll help three animals gather ingredients to make a festive ‘Lou-HAY’ platter.
The best part? Local residents enjoy up to 30% off on admission tickets during this period!
12 to 26 February 2021
Find out more here
2. Free Performances February: Cool Classics 2021 @ Esplanade
Enjoy live, free performances of classical music from both East and West at Esplanade this February. This weekend, you can look forward to three intimate duets that bring to life Western and Indian classical music through the piano, the violin and the veena, a string instrument commonly used in Carnatic music.
Till 18 February 2021
Find out more here
3. "Crystal Fireworks with Nature's Rhythm" @ Marina Bay Sands Digital Light Canvas
While fireworks won't be part of this year's CNY celebrations due to COVID-19, you can still enjoy a breathtaking light show at Marina Bay Sands' Digital Light Canvas. From now till 21 February, the limited-time seasonal artwork "Crystal Fireworks with Nature’s Rhythm" will be on display in celebration of the Lunar New Year. You can even use your smartphone to scan QR codes on the display and set off three-dimensional virtual fireworks made with thousands of light points.
4. Celebrate Valentine's Day with bae
Last but not least, it's Valentine's Day this Sunday, aka the day where you spend hours with bae professing your love for each other. If you've yet to decide on romantic plans, why not plan a date at Jewel Changi Airport? This gem in the East has plenty to offer in the way of paktor ideas, from cinnamon roll kiosks selling special heart-shaped rolls for Valentine's Day to quirky craft workshops you can sign up for with bae and more. You can read our guide on the best date spots at Jewel Changi here.
Alternatively, if you're operating on a more limited (read: broke) budget, don't fret: We've compiled a list of suggestions on how to celebrate Valentine's Day without spending a single cent.