Weekend activities for families - 26-28 July




The weekend is here again.
Let's plan what to do for the weekend ahead.



1 Aladdin

21 Jul to 1 Sep
Sands Theatre Marina Bay Sand


Aladdin has flown into town on his magic carpet. From the producer of The Lion King, watch the favourite Disney Aladdin come to life on stage.

Look out for the extravagant stage with gold-clad caves and flying carpet!


Read our review here




Get your tickets here


2 Catch Kurios under the Big Top
The Big Top  Besides Marina Bay Sand
6July -18 August

Watch the world-famous Cirque Du Soleil performing a brand new act in Singapore- Kurios. This act will change your realities. See how the world is turned upside down with Kurios.

Read our reviews here

There are $48 promotional tickets available. You can get it before the offer closes on 27 July Midday. Limited tickets are available!
3 Istana Open House
28 July
Istana


The Istana opens its doors to the public. Check out what is in store for you with our little tour around the Istana



4 Watch Pokémon Parade at Jewel
26-28 July 2 pm  & 6 pm
Jewel Vortex

Last weekend to catch Pikachu, Eevee and Mimikyu dancing at Jewel Vortex this weekend.

More about the event here


5 Watch Fireworks an armoured cars around Cityhall / Marina Bay
27 July Evening

While you are at Marina Bay, you might like to hang around to catch the NDP parade fireworks. Head closer to City hall if you would like to catch a glimpse of the impressive mobile column of  171 assets from SAF, SPF and SCDF. The whole convoy will be 1.3km long and a drive past takes 14 minutes and 30 seconds!

PS : Watch out for the road closures!


7 Singapore Cat Festival
27 to 28 July
Great World City





Bring your feline friends to the Singapore Cat Festival happening at Great World City from 27-28 July. You can find everything cat related here!




7 Head to Gallery Children's Biennale 2019
25 May to 29 Dec
National Gallery Singapore

Embrace wonder in this new dimension of creativity with 11 imaginative artwork installation, This exhibit is Free for Singaporeans & PR

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