Five things to do this weekend (Apr 8-10)
Lots of exhibitions to see and experience!
The weekend is finally here! If you don’t have anything planned yet, fret not, because we’ve got you covered!
From cool exhibits to exciting activities, there is definitely something for everyone to look forward to.
Here are five things to do this weekend (Apr 8 to 10):
1. Visit Louis Vuitton’s 200 Trunks, 200 Visionaries: The Exhibition
To commemorate the 200th anniversary of Louis Vuitton, there is an exclusive exhibition now showing at Marina Bay Sands Event Plaza, the esplanade adjacent to the Louis Vuitton Marina Bay Store.
Titled 200 Trunks, 200 Visionaries: The Exhibition, it showcases 200 uniquely designed trunks, with each blank trunk measuring approximately the same dimensions as the original trunk made by Louis in the 1850s.
Admission is free but a reservation is required. Or you can also view the different trunks here.
2. Check out the Infectious Collaborations Exhibit at Jurong Lake Gardens
Be one with nature at Infectious Collaborations, an interdisciplinary exploration of our relationship with the environment, located at Jurong Lake Gardens.
Initiated by artist Zen Teh and scientist Ching Jianhong, the exhibition comprises an outdoor art installation, web experience and a series of public programmes such as ink making and wellness talks.
Tours are also available for those who wish to find out more about the art installation.
3. Catch the live premiere of The Sneaky Sushii Show
Singapore’s rising Youtube star Sneaky Sushii, is now on Twitch.
Unlike his regular videos, The Sneaky Sushii Show will be broadcasted live, with the first episode to stream on Apr 8, from 8pm to 10pm.
If you’d like to chat with him, be sure to tune in to his Twitch channel!
4. Celebrate the Indian New Year
In celebration of the Indian New Year and other festivals of the various sub-communities of Indians in Singapore, the Indian Heritage Centre (IHC) is hosting an Indian New Year Open House from Apr 9 to Apr 10.
Learn more about the different aspects of Indian culture and traditions through a lineup of activities such as fun craft experiences, cultural workshops, and festive digital programmes. There will also be free DIY tote bags for the first 1,000 visitors.
5. Stop and smell some peonies
Enter a world full of enchanting peonies this weekend at Gardens by The Bay’s Flower Dome.
Debuting this Saturday (Apr 9), the Precious Peony floral display will showcase ornamental peonies from China, Japan and the Netherlands amidst a series of Peranakan antiques.