Get set for some family fun experiences, explorations, discoveries and exhibitions in various places around the city as well as virtually this month.
Here are six exciting activities you don’t want to miss out on this month.
Check out Attack On Titan: The Exhibition at ArtScience Museum
19 February – 3 July
10am to 7pm (last entry at 6pm)
Fans of Attack on Titan, the best-selling dark fantasy manga and anime series written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama, will be able to step into his sprawling dystopia at this exhibition.
Expect an immersive animated battle sequence set in The Great Titan Theatre as well as displays of Titans, characters and objects from the manga. There are over 150 artworks by Isayama to check out – from the manga’s earliest days to the present, as well as new pieces that have not been displayed anywhere else in the world, alongside drafts and sketches from his archives.
Explore a different side of Sentosa through SentoSights
Various dates & times
Think you’ve seen and done it all on Sentosa? Think again! Explore a different side of the island through SentoSights, a series of sustainability- and heritage-themed tours curated by Sentosa Development Corporation and travel partners such as Monster Day Tours, The Untamed Paths, Beyond Expeditions, Pudu Puda Travel, Tribe and Wanderlust Adventures.
There are more than 10 unique guided tours which lets you rediscover gems such as Fort Siloso, Fort Serapong, Tanjong Rimau, and the Imbiah and Coastal Trails. Expect fun elements such as game-based exploration, magic demonstrations and night-time forest walks on the tours.
Travel virtually to Japan at Japan Fair 2022
Till 13 March
Miss travelling to Japan? Experience your favourite places and popular spots across Japan from the comfort of your home at the first virtual Japan Fair 2022.
Immerse yourself in Japanese culture through virtual tours of popular attractions such as Ritsurin Garden and Shurijo Castle Park, and discover more about Japan’s omiyage (souvenir) culture and where to get the speciality products in Singapore.
You’ll also get to experience local life in Japan through first-hand private activities like cherry blossom viewing (Hanami), sake-making, firefly-watching, cycling around remote hot springs, language courses and a unique local stay in Akita Prefecture.
There’s also a Facebook live event segment where you can explore the heart and soul of Japan through a snow town tour, a sake brewery tour, a trip to the Ninja Museum and more. Next two sessions will be held on 19 and 26 February.
Explore new arts adventure at Huayi – Chinese Festival of Arts
Till 6 March
Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay
Enjoy an exciting line-up of theatre, dance and music programmes that highlight the wit, imagination and curiosity of outstanding Chinese artists from Singapore and beyond at the Esplanade’s annual Chinese festival of arts. Catch on-site programmes till 20 February and online programmes till 6 March.
Don’t miss Nine Years Theatre’s Between You and Me, Karung Guni Boy; a theatrical adaptation of Lorraine Tan and Eric Wong’s children’s book; Ding Yi Music Company’s 5lements – A Confluence of Chinese Chamber Music and Five Elements; and Artwave’s You’re Invited.
Pop-Up Disney! A Mickey Celebration
Till 20 March
11am to 9pm
Suntec Convention Centre
A Disney fan’s dream come true, this immersive pop-up exhibition celebrates all things Mickey Mouse.
There are seven imaginatively themed rooms where you can cosy up with your special someone on the oversized Minnie Mouse Bow Sofa, enjoy a futuristic look at Mickey, celebrate him in a truly Singaporean way, step into the pages of his classic comics and more. Expect nothing less than magical experiences and plenty of fun photo-ops.
Snap selfies with life-sized tiger sculptures on the AR-mazing Tiger Trail 2022
26 February – 9 April
Celebrate the Year of the Tiger through a fun island-wide tiger trail AR-adventure with over 30 life-sized tiger art sculptures to raise awareness for tiger conservation.
Put together by WWF Singapore, the trail features 33 tiger sculptures, designed by a collective of internationally acclaimed artists. Each tiger sculpture offers a unique perspective on how climate change, poaching and deforestation are affecting tigers in the wild.
Discover the tigers against the backdrop of iconic landmarks and popular attractions such as Gardens by the Bay, Jewel Changi Airport, National Gallery Singapore, Asian Civilisations Museums, Night Safari and Sentosa.