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Image: Chang Sensory Trails

1. Feast your senses on Thai food, music and art.

Indulge in all things Thai this weekend at the third edition of Chang Sensory Trails. With 24 signature dishes from eight Singapore-based Thai restaurants, you can crunch your way through a whole host of Thai savouries, from Aroy Dee’s Thai Style Prime Ribs with Aroydee Signature Sauce to Baan Ying’s shrimp & pork toast. Round it off with Ghin Khao’s famed Watermelon Fried Rice to the accompaniment of live performances from O.K Ready! and 53A, and you’ll be forgiven if you feel you’ve been transported to Bangkok – all without having to board a plane.

Venue:The Lawn @ Marina Bay
Address:8A Marina Boulevard,
Singapore 018984
Dates:31st August – 1st September
Time:4 – 10pm
Price:Free admission
More information:Click here.

 

2. Have a carnie’ good time.

Bring the little ones on a Sunday Playdate at Clarke Quay. Try your hand at the old old-school arcade and carnival games with a modern twist, or caper around the bouncy castles and slides. The little ones will be fully entertained with eight different free-to-play game sets from 1pm to 6pm. Plus, it’s wallet-friendly too, with one child dining for free with every two paying adults from 12pm to 3pm at selected outlets.

Venue:Clarke Quay
Address:3 River Valley Road,
Singapore 179024
Date:2nd September
Time:12 – 5pm
Price:Free admission
More information:Click here.

 

3. Travel to Emerald City.

Make your way to the wizard’s castle in a flowery take on the road to Emerald City at the “Sunflower Surprise” display at Gardens by the Bay. Admire the over 10,000-strong profusion, as well as unusual sunflower varieties such as the fluffy ‘Teddy Bear’ and the enormous ‘Uniflorus Giganteus’, which has blossoms as large as a human face.

Plus, you get 10% off when you purchase your tickets online.

Venue:Gardens by the Bay
Address:Flower Dome,
Gardens by the Bay,
18 Marina Gardens Drive,
Singapore 018953
Dates:31st August – 21st October
Time:9am – 9pm daily
Prices (Flower Dome only):
Adults:$12
Children & Senior Citizens:$8
More information:Click here.

 

4. De-stress, detox and yoga.

De-stress at the Rainbow Spa while the little ones enjoy themselves in the Kids’ Zone at RevOILution. Check out free educational talks on health/wellness/fitness, join free yoga and fitness classes or enjoy health food and beverages. And if that’s not enough, you can get some retail therapy as well with essential oils and wellness products.

Venue:Suntec Convention Centre, Expo Hall 403
Address:1 Raffles Boulevard,
Suntec City,
Singapore 039593
Date:2nd September
Time:9am – 7pm
Price:Free admission
More information:Click here.

 

5. Chill on the hill.

Chillax and have a lazy Sunday on the gardens of Emily Hill. Play garden games, darts and foosball while snacking on German sausages and vegetarian street food – you can easily imagine yourself back in the Colonial era. Pets are welcome too!

Venue:kult kafe
Address:11 Upper Wilkie Road,
Singapore 228120
Date:2nd September
Time:3 – 10pm
Price:Free admission
More information:Click here.

 

Need more inspiration, or planning what to do during the school hols? Check out our Events page for more ideas!

 

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