Still thinking of what to do for the March school holidays? From Singapore Design Week to Singapore Festival of Fun, Armenian Street Party, Sentosa FunFest and the Singapore Heritage Festival, there’s plenty to choose from.



*Please note this is a partial listing. And there are other free/frugal events happening elsewhere, especially at parks, museums, libraries, and community centres.


Continued from Previous Week

Source: Chingay
Chingay 2019 Heartlands Celebrations
17 Feb; 23 - 24 Feb; 2 Mar; 16 Mar
5pm onward
Cost: Free
Venue: Various
To enable more Singaporeans and tourists to enjoy the parade, Chingay celebrations will continue at the following venues: Chinatown (17 Feb), Marsiling - Yew Tee GRC (23 Feb), Tampines GRC & Our Tampines Hub (24 Feb), Nanyang Division (2 Mar), and Wisma Geylang Serai (16 Mar). Visit their website for more details.
Source: The Future of Our Pasts Festival
The Future of Our Pasts Festival
Ends 17 Mar
Various timings
Cost: Free
Venue: Various
Singapore’s history will come to life in a different way with The Future of Our Pasts Festival (TFOOPFest), a month-long festival that explores lesser-known stories of communities and places of the past and present, reimagined through artistic mediums.
Source: DesignSingapore‎
Singapore Design Week 2019
Ends 17 Mar
Cost: Mix of Free & Ticketed events
Venue: National Design Centre and other various locations
At the Singapore Design Week this year, find out how design can transform businesses, empower communities, inspire our lives, and shape our futures. There are more than 80 events happening at the National Design Centre and various locations around Singapore.


Upcoming Events

Source: Esplanade
Esplanade Presents: A Date With Friends
14 Mar - 17 Mar
Various timings
Cost: Mix of free & ticketed events
Venue: Esplanade
Make A Date With Friends at Esplanade this March! Enjoy good times with good friends over a weekend of performances and activities at this festival for seniors.
Source: Clarke Quay
Singapore Festival of Fun
14 Mar - 24 Mar
Various timings
Cost: Free (for Streetfest and Nickelodeon Fiesta)
Venue: Clarke Quay
Comprising of the Nickelodeon Fiesta, Clarke Quay StreetFest and the return of the Magners International Comedy Festival, the Singapore Festival of Fun at Clarke Quay is set to thrill the public. Admission to Streetfest and Nickelodeon Fiesta is free (Magners International Comedy Festival is ticketed).
Source: Peranakan Museum Singapore‎
Armenian Street Party 2019: Living Peranakan
15 Mar - 16 Mar
6pm - 11pm
Cost: Free
Venue: Peranakan Museum Singapore‎
Party in your best kebayas and batik shirts as the Singapore Heritage Festival kicks off with a bang - Peranakan style! Visit the Peranakan Museum before it closes its doors for renovations, and celebrate this vibrant culture as the whole street comes alive for a farewell party under the stars!
Source: SuperMom
SuperMom - No. 1 Largest Leading Baby Fair
15 Mar - 17 Mar
11am - 8pm
Cost: Free
Venue: Suntec Convention Centre Level 3
There will be daily freebies at booths, free goodie bags, free $100* and Pampers Premium Care for pregnant moms (registration required), and free delivery. Register for unbelievable shopping perks, rewards, secret deals and more at
Source: Singapore Heritage Festival
Singapore Heritage Festival
15 Mar - 7 Apr
Cost: Mix of Free & Ticketed events
Venue: various locations
The Singapore Heritage Festival (SHF) returns with an island-wide celebration of Singapore’s heritage and culture across four weekends. Peatix programmes registration is now available. Most events are free with registration.
Source: NParks
Gardeners' Day Out
16 Mar
9am - 3pm
Cost: Free
Venue: HortPark
Gardeners' Day Out is a day of gardening and lifestyle activities for everyone. Highlights include a gardeners' market, food bazaar, free talks and demonstrations, free garden tours of HortPark, and kids' craft activities.
Source: SheSays Singapore‎
International Women's Day Fest 2019: Balance for Better
16 Mar
10am - 5pm
Cost: Free
Venue: Accenture Innovation Hub, Level 3, 38 Beach Road
This International Women’s Day, SheSays will be taking the fight to the next level for women’s rights on equal work opportunities, equal pay and even on striking a better work-life balance! Join the first SheSays festival, connect and be inspired!
Source: Guinness
St. Patrick's Festival, Hosted by Guinness
16 Mar
1pm - 10pm
Cost: Free
Venue: Maxwell Rd
The Guinness' St Patrick's Festival will be taking over Maxwell Road. There will be plenty of booze, bites, banging tunes and cool experiences to indulge in. Free sign ups for everyone to gain access to amazing experiences and perks such as Vespa Tours, Pop-up KTVs for you and your friends, Guinness merchandise and more.
Source: Families For Life
“I Still Do” Couples’ Picnic
16 Mar
4pm - 9.30pm
Cost: Free
Venue: Empress Lawn, Civic District
Enjoy a romantic evening with your spouse at the “I Still Do” Couples’ Picnic. Couples can look forward to interactive activities such as DIY flower bouquet-making, music performances and even a love renewal segment to reaffirm your commitment to your spouse. Complete the evening with a romantic dance session and movie screening under the stars.
Source: Sentosa
Sentosa FunFest 2019
16 Mar - 24 Mar
10am onward
Cost: Free (plus free entry into Sentosa)
Venue: Palawan Green
This March holiday, go gaga over massive inflatables of My Melody, Hello Kitty and Gudetama as they spread their kawaii-ness all over Palawan Green. Put a spring in your step with 9 exciting inflatable obstacle courses at Sentosa FunFest 2019. Plus, enjoy FREE ENTRY into Sentosa through Sentosa Express and Sentosa Gateway (drive-in)!

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