We are inching closer to the festive period.
Yay! It’s finally the start of the year-end school holidays! With plenty of exciting openings events this week, you’ll definitely have a fun time.
Here are five things to do this weekend (Nov 19-21):
What better way to spend the school holidays than a fun day at a carnival! Head down to Downtown East’s new Carnival at D’Ultimate XCape which will last until Mar 22 next year.
Highlights include Uncle Ringo Rides such as Viking Ship and Swing Chair, as well as carnival games. There will also be an Inflatable Parks where you can jump around on a 10m-high inflatable water slide and four other giant bouncers.
Carnival at D’Ultimate XCape is located at Downtown East, Begonia Open-Air Carpark, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Singapore 519599.
Monday, Wednesday – Fridays, 4:30pm – 9.30pm (last entry at 9:15pm)
Weekend/PH/School Holidays, 12pm – 9:30pm (last entry at 9:15pm)
Closed on Tuesdays.
Snap pictures with the world’s tallest 5.6m Be@rbrick located at the heart of the CBD! As a collaboration between Capitaland and ActionCity, there are also other Be@rbricks displays that are decked out in Christmas colours and postmodern designs.
Additionally, a normal-sized version of the Candycaned designed Be@rbrick is up for redemption with $300 spent in a single receipt from Nov 30. Shoppers who spend $100 in a single receipt are also entitled to a set of B@rbrick gift wrappers.
While we can’t travel to Disneyland just yet, the Downtown Disney District Exhibition from California’s Disneyland Resort will be making its way down to Singapore for the first time.
It will be held at Suntec Convention Centre from this weekend till Mar 20, 2022, with seven themed rooms to explore. This includes ‘Mickey & Minnie’s Love’, ‘Sorcerer Mickey’s Magic’ and ‘Mickey Loves Singapore’.
Ticket prices start at S$25 for adults above 13.
Calling all nature enthusiasts!
Gardens by the Bay unveiled its newest sanctuary – Kingfisher Wetlands – earlier this month, and it promises to be a great bird-watching space for nature photographers.
On top of that, it connects two existing water bodies, the Lotus Pond and Kingfisher Lake, which helps improve water circulation and aeration to create new aquatic microhabitats for wildlife. The sanctuary is home to a diversity of wildlife such as smooth-coated otters, lesser whistling ducks, and Malayan monitor lizards.
Another highly-anticipated album that is out this month is Adele’s fourth studio album 30, which was released on Nov 19.
The album features 12 songs, including hit single Easy On Me, that were inspired by Adele’s high-profile divorce from Simon Konecki. The album also focuses on the themes of self-reflection and self-redemption, and will be about how Adele hopes to be kinder to herself and her hopes for the future after a difficult few years.
Listen to the album here.
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