Five things to do over the weekend of February 11-12

Enjoy the multicultural performances at the Asia’s largest street parade, or test your limits at Asia’s biggest obstacle event, this weekend looks promising with the range of events on offer. Pick your mood from the list below.

Chingay Parade
Chingay Parade Photo courtesy:

Chingay Parade
An annual marvel of dancing dragons, stilt walkers and dazzling floats – Chingay Parade is a single event that could capture the essence of Singapore’s unique multicultural personality. This colourful event brings together people and performances across the horizon of Singaporean culture, which is celebrated by Malays, Chinese, Indians and Eurasians alike. Celebrate the shimmering celebration with the Asia’s largest street performance float parade.
When: February 10-11
Where: F1 Pit Building, Promenade
Entry: S$28.50-$60

Viper Challenge
Viper Challenge Photo courtesy:

Viper Challenge
Test your limits at Asia’s biggest obstacle event. The Viper Challenge is back with advanced man-made obstacles spanning 10-kilometeres. Register as an individual or as a team with as many members as you want. Expand your weekend by climbing through tubs of mud water, vault over walls, pull yourself and your teammates over hills of soil and more.
When: February 11, at 7:00 am
Where: Sentosa Island
Entry: S$49-$149

Electro Spring
Electro Spring Photo courtesy: Esplanade

Electro Spring
An Indian flautist, a keyboardist, a pipa players and a percussionist. This sounds perfect to enjoy the festive songs imbued with a touch of electronica. Bound to make you groove, Singapore music ensemble Kulcha presents their renditions of familiar songs.
When: February 11
Where: Esplanade Concourse
Entry: Free

EarthFest Photo courtesy: EarthFest's facebook page

EarthFest brings to the table planet-friendly nosh – that's food that requires fewer resources to grow – talks and film screenings about fair trade, organic goods, transportation and other #woke topics. Celebrate sustainability at this festival that features organic food, sustainable local businesses, workshops and more.
When: February 12
Where: Marina Barrage, Marina Bay
Entry: Free

Yellowcard - The Final World Tour
Yellowcard - The Final World Tour Photo courtesy: Yellowcard's Facebook page

Yellowcard - The Final World Tour
The American pop punk mainstay is ready to make your time fun with the release of their self-titled 2016 album. If you missed Yellowcard earlier, this is your chance to hear ‘Ocean Avenue’ live. Gear yourselves for a nostalgic night of kohl-rimmed eyes and emo tunes as the band play their best tracks and hits like Lights and Sounds’ and ‘Only You’.
When: February 12
Where: The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel
Price: S$98-$158

Garima Kapil
Garima Kapil – Senior Writer

Garima Kapil has around five years of experience in the field of writing and editing. Specialised in writing, performing proof-reading and text editing functions along with content ideation; she has worked with leading e-commerce and as a freelancer. She writes on lifestyle, news, telecom, travel, education, healthcare, immigration, along with other subjects required as a full-time writer and freelancer. 


How do you spend your time during Covid19 stay at home?

  • Watching movies and shows on Netflix, Aamazon Prime etc.
  • Physical activity, exercise, yoga, HIIT etc
  • Playing online games, PS4, X-box.
  • Reading books.
  • Making a list things you will do once this is over
Write your story

Contribute an Article

Learn more