Five things to do over the weekend of March 10-11

This weekend, families can head to the Float@The Bay for a day of fun at the Art Zoo Inflatable Park – set against the iconic city skyline of Singapore’s Marina Bay area. Your photos are sure to be the envy of many. 

The International Furniture Fair is also happening at Expo, and for the first time, the organisers will be incorporating virtual reality technology into the event, so do keep a lookout! 

1. Art Zoo Inflatable Park

Photo courtesy: Artzooworld
Photo courtesy: Artzooworld

Art-Zoo Inflatable Park is the largest animal-themed inflatable playground in Singapore, and is sure to delight the little ones! 

When: Mar 10-11
Where: Float@The Bay
Entry: S$17.80

2. National Geographic's Ocean Wonders

Photo courtesy: RWS
Photo courtesy: RWS

The world’s first National Geographic Ocean Wonders event features the Ocean Record Breakers exhibition, Marine Photography Adventure and the National Geographic Ocean Exploration Children’s Workshop.

Meet new marine resident, the Sand Tiger Sharks in S.E.A. Aquarium! Learn how to take Insta-worthy images of animals like the Sand Tiger Shark, Poison Arrow Frog and Seahorse – even without a fancy underwater camera! Learn top tips and be inspired by the photography pros. 

When: Mar 10-11
Where: SEA Aquarium 
Entry: S$39

3. International Furniture Fair Singapore 

Photo courtesy: IFFS
Photo courtesy: IFFS

The annual International Furniture Fair Singapore (IFFS), held in conjunction with the ASEAN Furniture Show (AFS) and NOOK Asia at the Singapore EXPO, is Asia’s premier design-led sourcing platform.

This year's fair will feature a comprehensive range of furniture, as well as augmented reality technologies to make your furniture shopping experience much more exciting. 

When: Mar 10-11
Where: Expo
Entry: Free-S$20

4. Design District Dialogue x Holland Village

Photo courtesy: Design District Dialogue
Photo courtesy: Design District Dialogue

Watch the Holland Village and Chip Bee Gardens neighbourhood transform with a gathering of residents, merchants, and invited vendors from across the design industry. 

Stroll through the black-and-white terraces of Chip Bee Gardens and discover pop-up concepts coexisting with residents of the neighbourhood. There will be a cosy performance in a living room, art installations for visitors to interact in an unexpected setting, craft sessions for visitors to be creative. 

When: Mar 10-11
Where: Holland Village
Entry: Free

5. Weave a Coaster

Photo courtesy: Esplanade
Photo courtesy: Esplanade

Try your hand at weaving a coaster using T-shirt yarn, and bring your personalised art piece home to use!

When: Mar 10-11
Where: Esplanade
Entry: Free

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