8 Things To Do In Singapore This March 2024

8 Things To Do In Singapore This March 2024


Qistina Roslan •  Mar 01, 2024

March is the month of Ramadan this year, where fellow Muslims around the world fast from dawn to dusk.

In light of that, we not only have outdoor activities but indoor ones as well! Enjoy the cooling breeze of the air-con this March with these fun-filled events.

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1. Chingay@Heartlands


Credit: Chingay 2024

Chingay@Heartlands brings the magic of the parade to five locations across Singapore from February 25th to March 9th. Witness 22 mesmerizing floats, including 17 created by local communities, as they wind their way through the streets.

Prepare to be dazzled by stunning costumes and captivating performances. See the parade schedule below and get ready to experience the joy and cultural richness of Chingay in your own backyard!

For your convenience, we’ve noted down the Chingay@Heartlands schedule:

  • Chingay@Jalan Besar GRC and Potong Pasir SMC
    • 6PM to 10PM
  • Chingay@Holland-Bukit Timah GRC and Bukit Panjang SMC
    • 5.30PM to 9.45PM
  • Chingay@Marine Parade GRC, MacPherson SMC and Mountbatten SMC
    • 4PM to 10PM
  • Chingay@Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC and Punggol West SMC
    • 5PM to 10PM
  • Chingay@West Coast GRC and Pioneer SMC
    • 5PM to 10PM

Don't miss out on this chance to experience the spirit of Chingay right at your doorstep!

How to watch:Check out the parade here

Dates: 25 February - 9 March 2024

Address: 1 Republic Blvd, Singapore 038975

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2. Make A Splash At Splashtopia by Kiztopia

Make A Splash At Splashtopia by Kiztopia

Dive into a world of aquatic adventure this March! Kiztopia's biggest-ever water park, Splashtopia, is taking over Palawan Green, Sentosa, with 9 giant inflatables, thrilling rides, and delicious treats.

From 8 to 31 March, splash around in this 4,600 square-foot wonderland, perfect for families and friends seeking fun and thrills.

But the fun doesn't end there! Even without a ticket, you can enjoy exciting carnival rides, games, and yummy food in the non-ticketed zone.

So, grab your swimsuit and get ready to make a splash at Splashtopia!


  • Buddy Bundle (2 pax): $38
  • Family Bundle (4 pax): $66
  • Additional adult: $18

Opening hours: Mon-Thurs (2PM - 7PM) | Fri, Sun, PH and SH (9.30AM - 8PM)

Address: Sentosa, Palawan Green

3. Visit the Ramadan bazaars

Ramadan falls on 12 March 2024 this year and that means the bazaars are back! With many popping up all around the island, you can expect both traditional and modern delights to be available during the holy month.

Drop by any of these bazaars after your terawih, or just visit to soak in the vibe.

Check out what bazaars have been released here!

4. Attend kid-friendly workshops at the National Gallery Singapore

The heat is definitely getting to us as we wave goodbye to the monsoon season.

Visit the Keppel Centre for Art Education in the National Gallery for a fun-filled day, with interactive exhibitions and colourful artwork to keep you and your kids entertained.

Register for the many workshops available to create art pieces while letting your imagination run wild. Psst.. you can even try out their 3D Doodling Pens Workshops.

Opening hours: Mon-Sun (10AM - 7PM) - Closed from 12PM - 1PM for cleaning

Address: 1 St Andrew's Rd, Singapore 178957

5. Visit Gardens By The Bay to see Sakura blossoms

Sakura season is rapidly approaching and if you can't make it to Japan to view these beauties, don't fret! You can drop by Gardens By The Bay as they bring the Sakura to you!

Frolick among the beautiful trees and grab your Instagram pics and TikToks as you admire their beauty.

Opening hours: 22 Mar - 21 Apr 2024 (9AM - 9PM)

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953

6. Drop by the many indoor playgrounds

You can still run and sweat it out without the blistering heat in the many indoor playgrounds found in Singapore!

From ball pits to trampolines, climbing walls and even humongous jungle gyms, there's a playground out there for everyone.

Check out our list of indoor playgrounds here!

7. Join in the fun at Esplanade's March On Children's Festival

It's all about the children at this festival, where for the whole week, you and your kids will be able to enjoy theatrical productions, join in on intriguing workshops or dive into the colourful and magical world of Aki's playground.

Some of the events are ticketed, so make sure you book your tickets beforehand!

How to book:Book here now

Opening hours: 6 Mar - 17 Apr 2024 (9AM - 9PM)

Address: 1 Esplanade Dr, Singapore 038981

8. Watch a play - Matilda The Musical

Roald Dahl has been a prominent namesake in a lot of our childhood! From Fantastic Mr. Fox to The Witches, one of his most adapted and prominent books, Matilda, can now be seen in a live musical!

Matilda tells the story of a neglected genius child whose overflowing intelligence causes her to have superpowers!

From being able to move a glass with her mind to writing on a chalkboard, Matilda's story hits all of the emotions, from tugging at your heartstrings to having a belly full of laughs.

The musical will last for 140 minutes (with a 20-minute intervention in between). Matilda: The Musical will be in Singapore from 9 to 31 March 2024.

Ticket prices range from $68 to $992 (aptly named Trunchbull VIP Box)!

How to book:Book here now

Opening hours: 9 Mar - 7 Apr 2024

Address: Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956

There are other plays and musicals happening too! You can read more about them here

There you have it, 7 fun events that you can look forward to for March! Keep your calendar free and enjoy with your loved ones!