We bring you the top 5 must-catch events happening this weekend. Miss them at your own peril!
One of the biggest sporting events of the year returns with its gruelling 1.9km swim, 90.1km bike and 21.1km run course. This is the local event of the year for triathletes, with appearances by international racers. Even if you’re not quite ready for this year’s race just yet, do be sure to check out the action along the course and get inspired to train hard for next year!
For an overview of running events in Singapore happening in the first quarter of 2010, read our guide here.
With the excesses of Chinese New Year now but a distant memory, grab this opportunity to indulge in Singapore’s favorite national pastime. Browse through exhibiting booths from established restaurants, international cuisine, local food manufacturers and more. Don’t step out until you’re stuffed to the gills.
Until March 21, at the Singapore Expo. Free admission.
Team up with a cross-generation family member and compete your skills on popular games like Maple Story, Ray City and Bejeweled 2 and and win exclusive game premiums. Try out made-in-Singapore games while you bond with family members against other families. Both educational and entertaining at the same time.
Early Bird Special! Be the first 100 teams to register online to receive limited Game Premium Goodie Bags.
Sunday only, at the iluma. Register here.
Enjoy a few hours of family fun with the perennially popular Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy and Pluto as they embark on an adventure through the park. Swing to the beat on the Jungle Cruise™ with Baloo, rock-n-roll with Stitch in the Tiki Room; have a blast with Buzz Lightyear on Space Mountain™; and take a wild spin on the Mad Tea Party™ with Alice and the Mad Hatter. The fun doesn’t stop there – other cartoon favorites also make an appearance.
For more ideas on how to beat the heat with your kids, read our guide here.
Until March 21, at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. Tickets from $15.50 to $75.50.
Educate your kids (and yourself) on the significance of World Water Day by learning from Water Walley some valuable water saving tips to get through the dry spells. For those who are fond of snapshots, there will also be opportunities to pose with Water Walley, and a chance to walk away with some cool prizes.
Saturday only, at the Marina Promenade. Tickets from $20.65 (Child) to $29.50 (Adult).
For more events on this weekend, go here.