Five things to do in Singapore over the weekend of December 27-29

In the last weekend of the year, head to Marina Bay for a heart-stopping circus performance by the household name Uncle Ringo, or do yoga for a meaningful cause Yoga Gives Back at Far East Shopping Centre. 

More details below:

1. The Great Circus of Europe

Photo: Connected to India
Photo: Connected to India

Uncle Ringo presents The Great Circus of Europe, direct from the UK. Enter the Big Top and get up close and personal with acrobatics and gravity defying motorbikes, contortionists and clowns. Soak in the spectacular sights, sounds and the excitement in the air as you witness near-impossible routines and jaw-dropping performances.

When: December 27-29
Where: Bayfront Event Space
Entry: SGD 70-150

2. Basic Photography Class For Kids

Photo courtesy: 2 Little Pics
Photo courtesy: 2 Little Pics

Does your child love snapping pictures with a smartphone? Nurture their budding hobby with this photography class specially designed for ages 8 to 12, and watch them express themselves artistically through images. 

When: December 28
Where: 3 Little Pics Studio
Entry: SGD 40

3. The Art of Xiao Long Bao - cooking class

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Photo courtesy: unsplash

Delicate pastry filled with fragrant minced meat and hot flavorful soup, Xiao Long Bao is not just any dumpling but a Chinese institution. But what sorcery lies within these delectable little parcels? Join this cooking class to find out and make Shanghai's famous Xiao Long Bao from scratch!

When: December 28
Where: OUE Social Kitchen, Downtown Gallery
Entry: SGD  120

4. Pay What You Wish Yoga SG With Wendy - YGB Fundraiser Class

Photo courtesy: Pay what you wish Yoga SG
Photo courtesy: Pay what you wish Yoga SG

Support Yoga Gives Back in this special class with Wendy to end the year in the most meaningful way. Enjoy an hour of fun-filled & energetic Vinyasa class! All proceeds from the session will go to Yoga Gives Back.

When: December 29
Where: Far East Shopping Centre
Entry: Pay as you wish

5. Kranji Heritage Trail

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Photo courtesy: unsplash

Attendees will be taking the kranji express public bus from Kranji MRT Station to Hay Dairies, then to Bollywood Veggies (for lunch), and ending off with a short walk at the Kranji Marshes.

The Kranji Marshes are a unique habitat along the Kranji Reservoir, home to very rich biodiversity. For this reason, a large part of the Marshes are closed to the public owing to preservation concerns. The hike will lead to a view tower overlooking this area, which offers a good view.

When: December 29
Where: Kranji
Entry: Free

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