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Let your nerd flag fly at Singapore Comic Con this weekend. IMAGE: SINGAPORE COMIC CON

What To Do This Weekend (8 to 10 Dec 2023)

Ready for the weekend? Here's what you can look forward to this week.

1. Ice Magic: Winter Wonderland

Beloved winter-themed pop-up playground Ice Magic is back to delight both kids and the young at heart this December.

You're invited to explore Singapore's first-ever Merry-Go-Round on Ice, where you can glide around a massive 8-meter diameter carousel set afloat on glistening ice, conquer skiing thrills on Singapore's longest snow slope, which spans 98 meters in length, 7 meters in width, and soars to a remarkable height of 6.5 meters, ride couples ice slides, relax in a cozy wooden cottage, and much more.

Till 21 January 2024
Find out more here

2. Singapore Comic Con

Calling all comic lovers and otakus: Singapore Comic Con (SGCC) is here this weekend to celebrate the best of Western and Asian pop culture.

From toys and collectibles to comics, an esports arena, cosplay competitions and stage performances, there's something for everyone, so grab your tickets and head down to let your nerd flag fly.

9 to 10 December 2023
Find out more here

3. Celebrate with SmileyWorld @ Downtown East

This Christmas, head down to Downtown East where an array of delightful activities await at SmileyWorld Town.

You're invited to enjoy activities such as a 5m-long ball pit packed with adorable SmileyWorld floats, a 2m-tall giant foam Jenga game, nostalgic claw machines, photo booths, and more.

Till 1 January 2024
Find out more here

4. I Paint My Singapore

Check out Singaporean artist Yip Yew Chong's magnum opus "I Paint My Singapore", now being exhibited at Raffles City Convention Centre.

Spanning a whopping 60-metres, the 27-panel painting was completed in January 2023, with work on it having begun all the way back in August 2021.

The sprawling masterpiece invites you to take a trip back in time via the artist's impressions of Singapore from his experiences growing up in the 1970s and 1980s, with detailed scenes of Haw Par Villa, Chinatown Ang Mo Kio, Little India, Singapore’s CBD, and the Northern Islands, among many other locations.

Till 1 January 2024
Find out more here

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