In case you were wondering what to do this weekend – here’s the SG Lifestyle Team’s weekly round-up of STAY AT HOME ACTIVITIES that you can do at home for free (well, mostly free) during this circuit breaker (CB) period as we wait for the current COVID-19 situation to improve.
Advisory Notice: Stay Home and Stay Safe during this period:
🏠 Stay Home, Stay Safe
Wear a surgical mask and see a doctor promptly if you are sick!
Wash your hands regularly and properly using soap and water!
1) Try Out: DIY Recipes from Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa + PRIZES to be Won! #SupportLocalSG
Try out these DIY Stay Home Recipes curated from Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa – perhaps an idea to do for Mother’s Day this weekend? Download the recipes here! You can consider purchasing the kit HERE (including all ingredients) as well! Pstt, Share your experiences and tag @sofitelsingaporesentosa on social media to win a chance for a free stay in Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa (no purchase needed)!
2) Workout to Fitness Video: #StayHome And Work Out #WithMe (Easy 15 Min Follow-Along Workout!) – No Sweat: EP38
Who says that you can’t keep fit while being stuck at home? Here’s SG Lifestyle’s pick for the week – #StayHome And Work Out #WithMe (Easy 15 Min Follow-Along Workout!) – No Sweat: EP38 from ClickNetwork!
3) Get Creative: Ode To Mom – Eva Armisen Colouring Competition + PRIZES to be Won
Show your mum how much you love her by customising beautiful artworks by Eva Armisen, share them in the comments in this post HERE or on your social media with #odetoart #olahomes #bmwforSG and stand to win amazing prizes for your mum! Download the coloring pages HERE!
4) Shop Online: eBazaar online #SupportLocalSG
Who says you can’t indulge in your usual Raya bazaars this year during the circuit breaker? Be sure to check out the Ramadan eBazaar online HERE!
5) Go on a Virtual Tour: Kwong Woh Hing Sauce Factory #SupportLocalSG
To showcase their facilities, Kwong Woh Hing has commissioned Haroko Studio to create a 360 degree virtual tour of their sauce factory and demonstrate their traditional, intricate, laborious fermentation process used to create their artisanal sauces. Embark on this virtual tour HERE!
6) Play: Visit Sentosa Island on Animal Crossing #SupportLocalSG
YAY! You don’t need to pay for entry into Sentosa Island by visiting them virtually on Animal Crossing: New Horizon! However, you will need to have a Nintendo Switch account and the Animal Crossing game in advance. Entry is free, but on a limited slotted basis – sign up HERE!
7) Watch: WILD@Home: MONKEY GOES WEST | WILD RICE Live Full Performance + Free Activity Book Download #SupportLocalSG
WILD RICE’s MONKEY GOES WEST (subtitles included) will be premiering on Youtube for free this weekend till 15 May 2020. You can also download the accompanying free activity book that goes with the performance – perfect entertainment for the families!
8) Learn: Online Harvard University Courses
Harvard University is offering over 70+ courses on a plethora of subjects for free online. Start learning from home today HERE!
9) Mental Wellness: Live Chat with The Inside Space #SupportLocalSG
Don’t neglect your mental health during this period! The Inside Space is offering complimentary coaching for both personal and professional development through our temporary Live Chat system installed just for you. Come and say hi. Be it a short 2 min chat, a 15 min companionship, or a 30minute coaching session – they will be on the line (be it battle line or online) with you. Chat with them HERE!
10) Donate US$10 for Free – Just Share a Picture/Video #StayHomeWithAscott
Share a picture or video on Instagram of your homemade culinary/baking masterpiece (or the cooking/baking process) and hashtag #StayHomeWithAscott (Account setting must be public!). from now till end May 2020 For every pledge, CapitaLand Hope Foundation (CHF) and Ascott will donate US$10 to Save the Children’s global food security programmes! The pledge goal at this moment is US$200k 🙂
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Home is your safest destination. Pledge to #StayHomeWithAscott from now till end May and help support children impacted by COVID-19 in various parts of the world. Tag #StayHomeWithAscott when you share your stay-home cooking moments and @CapitaLand Hope Foundation (CHF) will be donating US$10 to @savethechildren’s global food security programmes with every pledge you make. 1️⃣ SNAP – Take a photo or video of your stay-home cooking/ baking moments 2️⃣ PLEDGE – Tag #𝐒𝐭𝐚𝐲𝐇𝐨𝐦𝐞𝐖𝐢𝐭𝐡𝐀𝐬𝐜𝐨𝐭𝐭 when you share it on Instagram 3️⃣ DONATE – CHF will donate US$10 with every pledge Be sure to set your profile to public! This activity is open to everyone, whether you’re staying at your own home or at our serviced residences and hotels. Starting with a base donation of US$100,000 from CHF, we are rallying your support to reach the US$200,000 donation target with your pledges! Every pledged donation of US$10 goes towards providing food for a child over 20 days. Together, our donation will serve to support about 12,000 underprivileged children affected by COVID-19. Let's heat up our pans for a good cause and follow us @ascott_ltd as we bring you on a culinary journey across the globe over the next few weeks in the comfort of your home kitchen! (Terms apply, visit link in bio or www.the-ascott.com/stayhomewithascott) #Ascott #CapitaLandHopeFoundation #ProtectAGeneration #StayHome #StayHomeStaySafe
BONUS: #SGPride: Display our National Flag at Home
Due to the current circuit breaker and scenario we are facing, Singaporeans can now display the Singapore flag from now till 30 September as a show of solidarity instead of the usual period of 1 July – 30 Sept (National Day celebration). So what are you waiting for? Bring out your flag and hang it loud and proud #SGPRIDE!
We hope you enjoy this week’s round-up of weekend activities to do in Singapore FOR FREE (Stay at Home Edition)!
At the same time, the SG Lifestyle Team would like to wish all Mothers out there a Happy Mother’s Day this Sunday!
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: