We’re into the last month of 2021!
December has got to be our favourite month of the year!
Other than the anticipated year-end school holidays, there’s also much to do to busk in all the Christmas cheer.
Here are five things to do this weekend (Dec 3-5):
Gardens by the Bay’s annual Christmas Wonderland is returning from Dec 3!
This year, there will be eight spectacular light displays including a 44m-long Walk of Stars light tunnel and a 30m-long Enchanted Bridge.
On top of that, you can also take part in carnival games and take a ride on a carousel! The usual Garden Rhapsody light and sound show will also be ongoing, which will definitely get you into the festive mood.
Ticket prices start at S$7 for adults and pre-purchase of tickets are required online, here.
Changi Airport’s annual Festive Village is back this year with an exciting line-up of things to do!
For instance, there will be a dinosaur-themed go-karting experience and carnival held at the Departure Hall of Terminal 4, where you will have endless fun! Other highlights include a glamping experience by the runway and immersive shows at the Changi Experience Studio.
Don’t forget to take pictures at Jewel’s iconic 16m-tall Christmas tree!
Chinatown might not be the first place you think of when it comes to Christmas decorations, but Chinatown Point does hold its own against those at Orchard Road.
Case in point: these cute otter mascots that you can snap pictures with! Their LED Tunnel Display at the Outdoor Atrium would also make your Instagram feed prettier.
Additionally, there is a wide range of baked goods and sweet treats that will be on sale at a Christmas market held at Chinatown Point until Dec 31.
If you can’t get enough of the cute otters at Chinatown Point, then you’ll be pleased to know that you can spot some at the National Museum of Singapore’s newest family-friendly 4,000 square feet escape room which opened in November.
Entertainment brand Otah & Friends will need you to help an ancient fallen star reunite with the night sky.
Visitors have to collect four courage badges by completing various challenges at four zones to complete the experience, which lasts for 55 minutes.
Ticket prices start at S$19 per pax for a group of five. Book your tickets here.
Popular Netflix series Money Heist has dropped its fifth season (volume 2) on Dec 3, and it is looking to be one heck of a finale.
The Spanish crime drama, which was first released in 2017, tells the story of a group of robbers who decide to steal from the Royal Mint of Spain in Madrid.
In the latest season, the robbers have to escape after another heist but they are faced with deaths and heartbreaks along the way.
Úrsula Corberó, Álvaro Morte and Itziar Ituño stars as the main cast. Watch the trailer here.
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