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List of Family events Cancelled or Postponed due to COVID 19

Planning your weekends?

Due to COVID19, events and activities are cancelled or postponed. The following is a list of family-friendly activities that have been affected by COVID19.


CHINGAY at the Heartlands 


10 Chingay at the Heartlands will be cancelled from Feb to March. This annual crowd favourite will not be held this year.

Asia's largest Blaster Battle at National Stadium (Feb 23)

The stage for the largest Blaster Battle in the world had been cancelled. Originally it was planned to get into Singapore Book of Records for the highest number of participant. It has been postponed till further notice.

HSBC Women's World Championship (Feb 27 to March 1)
For fans of golf, the 12th edition of the HSBC Women's World Championship has been called off. Featuring the greatest female golf players all over the world, it has been cancelled for this year.

NATAS Travel 2020 (rescheduled 1-3 May)

NATAS Travel has always been a favourite event for globetrotters to snatch a great travel deal. It has been rescheduled to 1-3 May 2020 at Singapore Expo Halls 4 B & 5

iLight Singapore 2020 (6-29 March)

The annual event has been postponed. The reasons cited were that the artworks require visitors to come into close contact and individuals. In addition, artists have encountered delays in fabricating their artwork due to the current situation

IT Show 2020 (12 -15 March)
Due to current uncertainties, the IT show will be postponed to a later date

Now you See Me Live (March 26-April 5)
Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands


The highly anticipated magic show at Sands Theatre will be postponed from March 26 to May 21-31 instead.

If you would like to stretch your legs, here are some events that are still on. Remember to stay protected in a crowded place. Wash your hands and wear a mask if you are going to be in close contact of individuals!

Chatuchak Night Market @ Grandstand (Feb 4- May 3)
Tues-Sundays 430pm to 1030pm

If you are a fan of Bangkok Chatuchak Market, you need not travel far to get its goodies. From Feb 4 to May 3, the popular vendors from Bangkok will hawk their wares at the Grandstand. Expect the usual street food, retail and services by both Thai and Singapore-based vendors. There will be a total of 272 stalls of over 40,000 sqf market space. Free parking and shuttle services will be provided.
Free Shuttle buses available from Botanic Gardens, Clementi and Toa Payoh

More details here

Feb 22-23, Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa

The Largest Malay Music Festival in Singapore will house 15 musical acts from the region including Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. The two-day festival also features a Festival Village with retail and F & B for festival-goers to enjoy.

Details here

March 12-22 , Singapore Indoor Stadium

Catch your favourite Disney Princess performing Live on Ice at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in  March

Now you see me

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