Published On: February 9, 2023- Last Updated: October 14, 2023- 3 min read-

Things to do this weekend, 10th – 12th February, in Singapore

Singapore is a blend of the old and the new, embodying a harmonious fusion of East and West due to its attractive location and history as a trading hub. This unique mix makes Singapore a culturally rich and diverse city, with Chinese, Malay, Indian, and Eurasian communities coexisting peacefully. This is reflected in the rich food, buildings, and daily life in Singapore. The city has something to offer everyone, whether you prefer a bustling urban atmosphere or a relaxed island escape. If you are visiting Singapore in February this coming week and not sure what to see there, don’t worry. Check out some of the events happening from February 10th to 12th during your visit to the country.

1.  29Rooms Singapore

Experience a journey of boundless imagination and fun with the international premiere of 29Rooms. Over a span of 10 weeks, this multi-sensory playground will occupy 4,500 square meters at Gardens by the Bay and immerse visitors in a world of creative expression. Featuring 29 unique spaces, the exhibit is the work of renowned international artists and includes the sunset-inspired Huetopia, the tranquil Forest Theatre, and the XRoom, a performance venue for musicians, DJs, and artists.

Date: February to April 2023
Venue: Gardens by the Bay, West Lawn
Website: https://29rooms.sg/

2.  Glow Festival 2023

Glow Festival 2023 is set to be the biggest wellness event in Asia, offering the opportunity to improve your health and wellness through workshops led by experts, along with a wide range of games and fitness challenges through its digital app. It’s the perfect chance to bring your significant other to Singapore and engage in some healthy activities while enjoying quality time together.

Date: 4 – 12 Feb 2023
Venue: Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Hall C, Level 1 (Glow)
Website: Marina Bay Sands

3.  Disney’s Frozen The Hit Broadway Musical

In February 2023, the beloved Disney film, “Frozen,” will come to life on stage in Singapore. The Oscar-winning movie will feature its iconic songs, stunning sets, talented actors, and costumes. If you’re traveling to Singapore with your family, don’t miss the chance to bring your children to this vibrant event.

Date: 5 Feb – 19 Mar 2023
Venue: Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands
Website: https://frozenthemusical.sg

4.  Staycation In The Wild

The Mandai Wildlife Group offers a rare opportunity to go glamping at the zoo, with a stay in an outdoor dome tent right next to your favorite animals. This adventure, available only a few times a year, includes park admission, a dinner at the Forest Lodge, breakfast, a guided tour, and up-close encounters with the animals. Don’t miss out on this experience, which concludes on February 28th.

Date: Now till 28 February 2023
Venue: Singapore Zoo
Website: https://www.mandai.com/en/singapore-zoo/things-to-do/whats-on/staycation-in-the-wild.html

5.  Dahlia Dreams

The Dahlia Dreams exhibit at the Flower Dome features over 2,000 colorful, unique flowers and hundreds of bunnies, available for viewing until February 26th. Visitors can marvel at stunning rabbit-themed displays, including lanterns and larger-than-life sculptures, hidden among the flowers, with Chinese New Year blooms symbolizing good fortune.

Date: Now till 26 Feb 2023
Venue: Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay
Website: https://ticket2.gardensbythebay.com.sg/

6.  Chatuchak Singapore

If you’ve visited Bangkok, you may be familiar with a famous night market that had a brief presence in Singapore before the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. For the first time outside of Bangkok, this iconic night market will return from February 7 to April 2, offering over 180 food vendors, pop-up retail shops, and entertainment. It’s one of the top new attractions to arrive in Singapore this year.

Date: 7 February – 2 April 2023
Venue: 200 Turf Club Rd The Grandstand, South Carpark, Singapore
Website: https://chatuchak.events/

7.  Future World: Where Art Meets Science

One of the must-see exhibitions in Singapore, the ArtScience Museum attracts tourists who want to experience a photo-worthy journey through 16 boundary-breaking digital interactive installations where art and science come together. Additionally, there are 21 unique galleries with a mix of exhibitions showcasing the fusion of art, science, culture, and technology.

Date: various dates (select during purchase of ticket)
Venue: ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands
Website: https://www.marinabaysands.com/museum/ticket.html

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