Happy Birthday Singapore- Where to bring your children this weekend

 

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A video from our children wishing Singapore a Happy 54th Birthday!

 

Not travelling this weekend but wanting to spend time soaking in the National Day celebrations with your family? Well we’ve got you covered. Here are our recommended places to visit during this long weekend with your children as we celebrate National Day and Hari Raya Haji.

Sports Hub National Day Fiesta

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Photography: TimeOut

Get active this National Day and celebrate a day of play as a family with an array of sports activities. You get to experience Singapore’s culture in their nation-themed fitness sessions. Activities for children include face-painting, balloon sculpting, an inflatable playground as well as carnival games. You can even have a picnic whilst watching the NDP live telecast on dual screen. As a bonus, you will also be able to catch the fireworks display.

Date: Fri, 09 Aug 2019

Time: 10am-9pm

Venue: OCBC Square

 

 AIA Family Fest 

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Photography: AIA Singapore

Gear up for a myriad of activities and programmes with a view of Singapore’s waterfront at this outdoor festival. Children can participate in workshops, adventures or even a movie marathon under a blanket of stars. Take a trip down Singapore’s memory lane as we reminisce the past with giant family games, an arcade corner and retro snacks. There’s just so much to explore.

Date: Sat, 10 Aug 2019 – Sun, 11 Aug 2019

Time: 10am-10pm

Venue: The Promontory, Singapore

 

National Day Open House at the National Museum

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Photography: TimeOut

Indulge in exciting performances and art installations. Discover the history of Singapore through the exhibitions and be inspired by the stories. There will be a live screening of the NDP on the front laewn so you won’t miss out on the parade. Your children will get to learn about sustainability as they Explore the world of food packaging in Singapore, from the early bottling and canning factories in the late 19th to early 20th centuries, to the light industries of the 1960s–70s when food was manufactured in factories.

Date: Fri, 09 Aug 2019

Time: 10am-9pm

Venue: National Museum of Singapore  

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