Lunar New Year festivities continue into February with the annual Chingay Parade and special events at the National Museum and SportsHub. Families will be spoilt for choice when it comes to things to do on weekends. Couples can look forward to spending exclusive time together at Families for Life’s signature “I Still Do” 2023 event coming soon.
Welcome your little one by planting a tree with your family! Not only is it a special family bonding opportunity, you can also create a lasting legacy for a greener Singapore together.
FamilyTrees provides Singaporean families the opportunity to commemorate their child’s birth by planting a tree, within 3 years of their child’s birth date. Tree-planting activities are spread across the island, why not sign up this month?
After nearly three years of pandemic restrictions, Singapore’s iconic event is back in full glory – bigger, better and more joyous than ever! The 51st edition of the parade with the theme 'Embrace Tomorrow' looks to capture our imagination, with over 1000 local performers and artists playing a part in the celebration. Prefer to avoid the crowds? Organise your own Chingay watch party at home!
Venue: F1 Pit Building
Event date: 3 & 4 Feb
Image source: Visit Singapore
Lunar New Year Celebrations @ the National Museum of Singapore
Chinese New Year may be over, but the festive fun lingers at the National Museum. Spend an enjoyable day with your family catching Lion Dance Performances and a unique presentation of festive songs. Head down to craft your own paper floral bloom or create your very own decorative vase inspired by the museum’s collection.
Venue: National Museum of Singapore
Event date: 4 Feb
Image source:National Museum of Singapore
Stadium Waterfront Carnival
Hop into the new Lunar Year with sports, entertainment and community activities with the very first Stadium Waterfront Carnival. Sign your family up for the #HuatRun and enjoy a specially curated line-up of family-friendly activities. Check out the Asian Food Street that offers the best of Asian fare, including special-edition cocktails (and mocktails for little ones) infused with local flavours.
Venue: Singapore Sports Hub
Event date: 16 Jan to 5 Feb
Image source: SportsHub
KidsFest SG 2023
A festival for the whole family, characters from well-loved tales come alive at KidsFest. Presented in a variety of performance styles on stage, little ones can look forward to their favourite classics such as The Tiger Who Came to Tea and Stick Man. Theatre is one great way to introduce reluctant readers to books or to get eager bookworms to ask for more!
Event period: 8 to 26 Feb
Details are available on Sistic.
Image source: Sistic