weekend what to do singapore october 2020

What to Do in Singapore this Weekend For FREE on 3 – 4 October 2020!

Wondering what to do this weekend? Here’s the SG Lifestyle Team’s weekly round-up of FREE WEEKEND ACTIVITES TO DO IN SINGAPORE (well, mostly free) during Phase 2 as we try to adapt to a new normal while waiting for the current COVID-19 situation to improve.

This includes a mixture of virtual/digital events/activities you can do at home, as well as physical events/places to visit/attend. Nevertheless, please do your due diligence to do your part to stay safe.

Recommended Advisory Notice: Let’s play our part to Stay Safe during this period:
Wear a mask and see a doctor promptly if you are sick! ⁣⁣
 Wash your hands regularly and properly using soap and water! ⁣⁣


Are you a chocolate cake lover? Come and try this easy 2 INGREDIENTS CHOCOLATE CAKE IN 10 MIN. | EGGLESS & WITHOUT OVEN recipe by N’Oven – Non Veg. Share it with your family this weekend and enjoy a yummylicious tea time.

2) Workout to Fitness: Fun 15 minute low impact no equipment cardio/resistance home workout

Checkout SG Lifestyle’s fitness pick for the week Fun 15 minute low impact no equipment cardio/resistance home workout by Body Project. Keep fit this weekend while discovering many different exercises you can do at home. Push on!

3) Get Creative: Mid-Autumn Festival Activity

Here’s a new colouring activity which you can share with your kids all about the mid-autumn festival and how they can be mindful of the environment while celebrating. Get started today and have fun expressing your creativity. #SayYEStoWasteLess

4) Contest: Got Tip, Then How? by Singapore Kindness Movement

We’ve witnessed many acts of kindness and generosity from individuals and ground-up movements alike in the past months. From essential workers keeping us going to ordinary citizens respecting the measures to keep everyone safe. Let’s continue to acknowledge and appreciate all these efforts! Kindness can prevail with just a few simple adjustments to our lifestyle. Share your neighbourliness tips and stand a chance to win vouchers and attractive souvenirs!

More information HERE.

5) Play: Pikuniku

Pikuniku is an absurdly wonderful puzzle-exploration game that takes place in a strange but playful world where not everything is as happy as it seems. Help peculiar characters overcome struggles, uncover a deep state conspiracy, and start a fun little revolution in this delightful dystopian adventure! Download for FREE from 1 – 8 Oct 2020 HERE!

6) Visit: Grand Opening Show: Between Analog and Digital by Hatch Art Project

Hatch Art Project is celebrating its move to 7 Yong Siak Street by throwing a grand opening show, in the heart of thriving Tiong Bahru. Newly located in one of Singapore’s most unique residential neighborhoods, its showcase of Grand Opening Show: Between Analog and Digital presents twelve new artworks by five of the region’s premier artists, who are also participants in the upcoming Art Jakarta Virtual 2020.

When: 24 Sep – 31 Oct 2020

Where: Hatch Art Project, 7 Yong Siak Street, Singapore 168644

Opening hours: 10am to 7pm (Tuesday to Saturdays), 10am to 5pm (Sundays)

7) Virtual Event: National Heart Week/World Heart Day by Singapore Heart Foundation

Join the first virtual National Heart Week/World Heart Day event on 3 and 4 Oct 2020. There will be online health talks on hypertension and COVID-19, women’s heart health, as well as cooking demos and hearty workouts.

For event updates and registration, click HERE.

8) IG-Worthy Location: New Peranakan-Themed Starbucks Store

Itching to explore a new and unfamiliar place to make up for the lack of overseas trip? There’s a new gorgeous Starbucks store that’s filled with Peranakan art for you to visit. The store has a cosy, minimalist interior design with wooden furniture, wall murals and artwork by local artist Danielle Tay that create a relaxing homey vibe. Check out this new Starbucks outlet and chill your weekend away with plenty of photo-opportunities for your Instagram posts.

Where: 86 East Coast Road #01-02 Conservation Building, Katong Square

9) Visit: Chill Zone at One Tampines Hub

If you are an outdoor person and have been cooped at home for the past few months, why not visit the Chill Zone at One Tampines Hub this weekend? Get together for a “makan” session or study up to 2 hours this weekend!

10) Participate: Documenting COVID-19 in Singapore by National Library Board

As we move towards the new norm amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic, the National Library Board (NLB) is working on preserving what life during this pandemic and the circuit breaker period in Singapore has been like, and what home (in a physical or symbolic sense) means to you in a time of COVID-19. These stories and experiences will be archived for future generations and you can play your part to create a fuller record of our day-to-day experiences.

More details HERE.

11) Contest: WIN-WIN NOTEBOOK Contest by Popular Bookstore Singapore

Stand a chance to win a set of the limited edition WIN-WIN Notebooks! (4 characters) PLUS, get $48* worth of discount vouchers in the notebooks.

How’s how:

  1. Like POPULAR Bookstore Singapore page
  2. Like, Share and Tag 2 Friends on this video
  3. Comment 1 NEW feature you would like to see in WIN-WIN Notebook 2021

Contest ends 4 Oct 2020.

12) Participate: ‘Others see an old shoe. We see the future’ by ActiveSG and Dow

Give your used sports shoes a second life! Be part of our nationwide effort to recycle used sports shoes into materials that could be used for jogging tracks, fitness corners and playgrounds. Together, we can build a more sustainable future for ourselves and Singapore!

Shoe collection period: Till 30 Nov, 2020

13) Challenge: #CleanPlateChallenge

Help to alleviate child hunger by taking part in the #CleanPlateChallenge, the first initiative by Deliveroo Singapore in its partnership with charity organisation Food from the Heart. From 28 Sept to 16 Oct 2020, Deliveroo Singapore will donate $1 in support of Food from the Heart’s Clean Plate Campaign for each submission received in the #CleanPlateChallenge social media challenge. Do your part now to support this worthy cause.

How to participate:

  1. Finish your food
  2. Take a photo of your finished food and post it on Instagram or Facebook. Only posts by public accounts will be counted
  3. Hashtag #CleanPlateChallenge and tag the following. Instagram: @foodfromtheheartsg @deliveroo_sg  Facebook: @foodheart, @deliveroosg
  1. Tag at least 3 friends to spread the word.


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Our CEO Ms. Sim gets in on the #CleanPlateChallenge How to participate: 1. Finish your food 2. Take a photo of your finished food and post it on Instagram or Facebook. Only posts by public accounts will be counted 3. Hashtag #CleanPlateChallenge and tag us. Instagram: @foodfromtheheartsg @deliveroo_sg Facebook: @foodheart, @deliveroosg 4. Tag at least 3 friends to spread the word. ********* Why Clean Plate Campaign? The world is producing more food than we can finish. Yet, it is unevenly distributed, with the poor going hungry while food is being thrown away elsewhere. Food from the Heart has been running the Clean Plate Campaign in schools by educating students of the environmental and societal impact of food waste, and instilling in them the habit of mindful eating. Food is precious, especially during difficult times like now. The needy and vulnerable are suffering the impacts of covid-19, and what they need is your support and understanding. Stand in solidarity with us by spreading our message with the #CleanPlateChallenge today, and Deliveroo will donate $1 for each post to help Food from the Heart feed the needy. Thank you for your support.

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14) Visit: Whytespace Gallery

Whytespace is an inaugural installation where local designer works will be showcased alongside lifestyle goods, plants and pottery in an uninterrupted white space. At the gallery, you will also find unique masks & accompanying accessories – something that is closely related to us right now amidst this COVID-19 period.

Click HERE for more details and to RSVP.

We hope you enjoy this week’s round-up of weekend activities to do in Singapore FOR FREE!

More importantly – stay safe and don’t say we NEVER share! 

Psst… Need even more ideas on what to do? Read last week’s post:

What to Do in Singapore this Weekend For FREE on 26 – 27 September 2020!

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