Visit the world's first floating Apple store, or take advantage of promos available at Sentosa.
It’s looking to be a really exciting weekend ahead.
Apart from the highly-anticipated opening of the world’s first floating Apple store, there will be museum exhibitions and cultural events aplenty.
Don’t miss out on the fun! Here are five things you can do this weekend:
Attention all Apple fans! The world’s first floating Apple store just opened yesterday (Sep 10) at Marina Bay Sands.
Be amazed at the cool spherical structure of the store, which has a 360-degree view of Marina Bay, as well as a Video Wall and underwater Boardroom.
You can find out more about the new store here.
There is a wide variety of activities you can take part in at the Indian Heritage Centre CultureFest 2020, happening this weekend.
The event, which is held both virtually and on-site, showcases the diversity of Indian arts, culture and heritage in Singapore.
Some highlights include a multicultural dance drama performance and a cooking demonstration by celebrity chef Devagi Sanmugam.
Check out the official website for more information on the event.
The ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands will be hosting Planet or Plastic?, an exhibition by National Geographic, starting from this weekend all the way till March 2021.
Spanning over six sections, the exhibition highlights the severity of our current plastic pollution crisis and also sheds light on how we can take practical steps to reduce, reuse and recycle plastic.
Get your tickets here.
Another one for nature lovers! Science Centre Singapore is currently hosting Living Worlds: An Animal Planet Experience, an exhibition featuring the relationships of animals and their environments.
The exhibition started earlier this month and only lasts until this weekend so hurry get your tickets here.
It’s a deal galore at Sentosa with dozens of promotions up for grabs. Whether it is getting a cheaper USS ticket or claiming 1-1 deals at multiple eateries, you’re sure to love the deals Sentosa is offering.
Not to be missed is a 57 per cent discount for bungee jumping at AJ Hackett and a $29 one-day ticket to S.E.A. Aquarium. Check out the full list of deals here.
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