Looking for something to do during the weekend or what’s on in the weeks ahead? Check out our list of events – including online ones that you can enjoy at home.
From understanding curriculum, learning about bilingual programmes or meeting university advisors, this event puts you and your questions in front of the experts.
When: 8 March
Where: Canadian International School
Find out about the small class sizes, a high teacher-to-pupil ratio, exceptional pupil wellbeing and wonderful co-curricular opportunities that result in happy curious pupils.
When: 8 March
Come along and relive the storied history of Chinatown and learn more about how the lives of early immigrants intertwined with the Five Footway across trades, clans, cultural, arts and entertainment.
When: 9 to 17 March
Where: China Town
One of the best-selling artistes of all time, Sir Rod Stewart has sold more than 250 million albums and singles worldwide during a stellar career! Come see him live!
When: 16 to 17 March
Where: Marina Bay Sands
Resound Collective proudly presents two classical favourites – Franz Schubert’s charming Trout Quintet, and the evergreen Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi in one exciting concert.
Where: Victoria Concert Hall
What’s on at Museums and Cultural Events
Explore Singapore’s wartime past through a series of tours, talks, exhibitions, and film screenings that highlight the stories of Singapore during World War II.
When: Until 29 February
Where: Changi Chapel Museum
Port/raits of Tanjong Pagar: Encounters with Art in the Neighbourhood
Explore the dramatic transformation of Tanjong Pagar into one of the largest seaports in the world through six artistic responses. This art trail explores the districts multifaceted histories, identities, development and economic aspirations.
When: Until 9 March 2024
Singapore Deviation: Wander with Art through the Rail Corridor
The series of new public art installations sited at Singapore’s iconic Rail Corridor features three artists who each respond to the Rail Corridor’s embodied histories.
When: Until 9 March 2024
Where: Rail Corridor
New Installation at the National Gallery
Internationally acclaimed artist Shilpa Gupta explores the complexities of human existence through a new thought-provoking installation. Visit the National Gallery to see the large scale inflatable installation of two bodies interlocked in a combative position.
When: Until 31 March 2024
Where: Teng Fong Roof Garden
More online things to do
Enjoy films and performances
- Explore a variety of arts-related content on Esplanade Off Stage, from videos of past shows to articles and podcasts.
- Cirque du Soleil videos are released weekly on their YouTube channel.
- Films For Action has also compiled a list of 100 free documentaries on social change that you can watch on their website.
Tour a museum (or a famous landmark!)
- Google Arts and Culture is packed full of interesting content. You can view digital exhibitions and go on virtual tours at renowned museums and galleries across the world. There are also street art tours and tours of famous landmarks, from street views of the Sydney Opera House to The Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt.
- Enjoy a series of online programmes by the ArtScience Museum, including virtual tours and workshops.
- #MuseumFromHome by the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) offers digital programmes, virtual art experiences, art activities and educational resources.
- Art x Tech at Y-Lab Showcase by the National Gallery features a rotation of art and tech innovation prototypes designed by entrepreneurs and start-ups.
- Affordable Art Fair has launched a series of online exhibitions featuring artists and galleries from their postponed fairs across the world.
- Head to the NASA website and go on a tour of the International Space Station and other cool spots.
- ACM has launched virtual Materials and Design galleries.
Travel from home
- Tick off your bucket list with Google Earth or Google Street View, a virtual representation of interactive panoramas from positions along many streets in the world.
- Explore.org has up to 100 livestream webcams set up in national parks and wildlife sanctuaries around the world that you can view at any given moment – including the spellbinding Northern Lights!
- Many zoos and aquariums all over the world have fun live cams to check out. They include San Diego Zoo, Melbourne Zoo, Vancouver Aquarium and Monterey Bay Aquarium.
Need more inspiration on what to do around the island? We know where to go in Singapore for a great day (or night) out! Read our guide to the best things to do in Singapore. Plus sign up to our e-newsletter and check out more key events.