Things to Do: 6 exciting things to do on 24 & 25 April 2021

Source: Explore SG
Source: Explore SG

With travelling being on the backburner for over a year, many of us are in search of exciting things to do on our little red dot. If youā€™re tired of staying in for date nights or lazing around with the kids, here are six exciting activities you can indulge in this weekend.

1. Hydrodash

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If youā€™ve always secretly hoped that you could bounce to your heartā€™s desire on one of those jumpy castles that are strictly for kids, nowā€™s your chance to satiate the inner child in you by taking on Hydrodash this weekend. A floating obstacle course located in the hearts of Sentosa at Palawan Beach, this inflatable playground is suited for both the young and old. Perfect for big groups up to eight or for a thrill-seeking family day out, see if you can become the next Ninja Warrior.

Open on weekdays from 12pm to 6pm and on weekends from 10am to 7pm, Hydrodashā€™s tickets give you either 1-hour or 2-hour access, from $13. Participants will all be equipped with life jackets too, so those who canā€™t swim can lay their worries to rest.

2. Holey Moley Mini Golf

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For those who lead a more sedentary lifestyle but still want to get out and about instead of staying in, look no further than the Holey Moley Mini Golf. From a Game-of-Thrones-inspired hole to playing golf right in the middle of Bart Simpsonā€™s living room, Holey Moley provides 27 uniquely designed holes to putt it out with your significant other.

You can choose to take on a 9-hole, 18-hole or 27-hole course, with tickets priced from $20/person. If all that arm work out and deep concentration are wearing you out, you can wind down with their large collection of snacks and drinks at their Caddyshack bar too.

3. Watercolour Workshop at Sengkang Library

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If youā€™ve been meaning to develop your artistic talent, you can sign up for the Watercolour Workshop happening at Sengkang Library on 24 April 2021 from 2pm to 3.30pm. Let Ms. Diana Lim, a member of The Singapore Watercolour Society show you the ropes of landscape drawing with pen and watercolours.

Let your creativity run wild as you learn how to use different colours and shades to create depth in your paintings, and master watercolour techniques with your professional guide to becoming the next Picasso. The best part? Itā€™s absolutely free of charge!

4. Free Movie Screening at Our Tampines Hub

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For the young ā€™uns who seem to have their eyes glued on Cocomelon all day, take it up a notch this weekend by upgrading it to the big screen. Caribbean Cinema is having a free movie screening of Ana and Bruno, an animated horror-comedy film. The screening will be happening this Sunday, 25 April, at the main atrium at Our Tampines Hub at 4pm.

As it is an open public space, be sure to be there early to chope the good seats! There are also a host of dining options for you and the family to fill your tummies for dinner afterwards.

5. Beginners II Barre Dance Class

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Spice your relationship up by attending a barre dance class with your other half, a workout slash dance class that comprises of techniques from ballet, pilates and yoga. Though the class doesnā€™t have a specific fee, youā€™ll have to at least purchase a trial card at $25. Itā€™s happening this Saturday from 10am to 11.30am at Singapore Dance Theatre, but be sure to secure your slots fast before they run out!

Donā€™t worry if you think that you have two left feet ā€“ this class is for beginners so you wonā€™t need any prior experience. Not only will this be a great bonding activity to keep your relationship alive, itā€™ll also make you work up a sweat and stay active.

6. Sembawang Hot Spring Park

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If youā€™ve been missing the onsens at the Land of the Rising Sun, then the Sembawang Hot Spring Park will be a great place to visit this weekend. You can bring the whole family here ā€“ the kids will love splashing about in the water while the grandparents will have a relaxing time soaking their feet in the 70 degree Celsius water.

You can even bring a pail and some eggs to whip up some yummy onsen eggs with the piping hot water at the main collection point. Another free activity on the list, the Sembawang Hot Spring Park wonā€™t have you spending a cent here!

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