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52 WEEKENDS IN SINGAPORE

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Upcoming Events:

28 Jan – 24 Feb : iLight Singapore Bicentennial Edition

3 – 10 Feb : River Hongbao

5 – 6 Feb : Chinese New Year

15 – 16 Feb : Chingay Parade

Event Spotlight: Singapore Festival of Fun

With the upcoming Singapore Festival of Fun, the island state is going to take adventure, dining and entertainment to a whole new level, and your whole family is invited to join in the fun!

Every March, Clarke Quay offers interactive fun for the whole family with the three-in-one Singapore Festival of Fun. The 10-day extravaganza consists of children’s fair, festival of street performers and a string of comedy shows that will leave you loving Singapore even more. From 8 – 18 March, experience Clarke Quay – the once bustling port that has transformed itself into an upbeat lifestyle district – become a place that offers the young and the young at heart thrilling experiences and much.

Start your fun adventure with a good laugh out loud session, at Magners International Comedy Festival Singapore (8 – 11 Mar). Listen to no-holds-barred jokes of decorated international comedians, with headline acts like American comedian, Dough Stanhope, UK’s Best Newcomer to Comedy of 2016, Yuriko Kotani, and Hong Kong’s 2014 Comedy Competition winner, Jim Brewsky. Singapore’s homegrown comedians will also take the spotlight, giving you more reason to laugh your heads off. All of these hilariously funny comedians will be taking comedy a notch higher and you will probably still be laughing days after!.

Continue the family fun at Nickelodeon Fiesta (10 & 11 Mar) and immerse yourself in the world of PAW Patrol, SpongeBob SquarePants and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Admission is free for everyone and to top that off, meet your most-loved cartoon characters in real life, yes, you read it right – real life. Furthermore, you and your family can discover the historic story of the trading port Clarke Quay used to be through fun and games. You can photograph these special moments with the characters and collect limited edition toys and memorabilia at the festival too.

And if you’re looking to something more bizarre, witness the incredible street performers from London’s Covent Garden live at the Street Fest (13 – 18 Mar). Catch the contortionist, Bendy Em, as well as some of the world’s most peculiarly amazing daredevils, gymnasts and jugglers like Pancho Libre, Jump Stilts Extreme and Circus Sonas with stunts never seen before in Singapore! Their unmissable acts will be leaving you in awe and fascination, excited for the next Singapore Festival of Fun.

With so many fun activities at Clarke Quay for your whole family, don’t wait any longer to get your tickets for the Singapore Festival of Fun!

Visit: https://www.visitsingapore.com/festivals-events-singapore/annual-highlights/singapore-festival-of-fun/ for more details.

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