ArtScience Museum Turns 10 and Sentosa offers Yoga and breakfast at S$14.50

ArtScience Museum Turns 10

The ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands turns 10 on 17 February 2021. In the past 10 years, it has staged over 50 exhibitions and over 1,000 programmes.

Since its conception, ArtScience Museum has aspired to be a “Different Kind of Museum” that encourages a confluence of interaction, play, learning and appreciation. To celebrate its 10th birthday, ArtScience Museum has launched a new campaign throughout 2021 as an exciting and inspiring destination for families, couples and friends. Come and explore, co-create, play and interact in an immersive and fun filled environment.

From now up till 28 February 2021, ArtScience Friends are invited to share their favourite memories or photos at ArtScience Museum on Facebook or Instagram with #ASM10 and #ADifferentKindofMuseum. Show your posts at the Museum’s Visitor Experience counter and receive a complimentary ArtScience Museum enamel mug.

Visit the STAR WARS Identities exhibition on Fridays and Saturdays which has extended opening hours till 9 pm.

Sentosa Beach Yoga

Sentosa Development Corporation photo

Kathy Gabriel from Urban Yogis will be conducting yoga sessions by Sentosa’s Siloso Beach. Enjoy a “Power Breakfast” at Ola Beach Club after that. Each session is limited to 30 participants at S$14.50 per person.

Yoga SessionDates for ticket purchase
Saturday, 27 February 2021, 9.30am – 10.30amNow until 23 February 2021
Saturday, 13 March 2021, 9.30am – 10.30am23 February 2021 – 9 March 2021
Saturday, 27 March 2021, 9.30am – 10.30am6 March 2021 – 23 March 2021

Purchase tickets online and present the online confirmation at the Sentosa Ticketing Counter at Beach Station from 9am to redeem your ticket. Yoga mats are not provided so bring you own.

Power Breakfast options by Ola Beach Club (Sentosa Development Corporation photo)
Power Breakfast options by Ola Beach Club (Sentosa Development Corporation photo)

Breakfast is inclusive in the cost and you have two options to choose from:

  • Scramble egg: brioche toast  with salad, butter and coffee or tea 
  • Chicken franks: brioche toast with salad, butter, baked beans, and coffee or tea 

Sentosa Offers Eco Bouquets in February 2021.

Sentosa February Fauna and Flora
Sentosa February Fauna and Flora

Sentosa Development Corporation has collaborated with The Humid House to give away 40 exclusive Eco Bouquets featuring the flora and fauna of Sentosa as part of its Valentine’s Day campaign. Using only materials sourced from the island, each Eco Bouquet reduces the need for air freight and hence reduces greenhouse gas emissions.

Heliconia psittacorumKnown as parrot’s flower, these plants are commonly found along Palawan Beach. The plant’s flower resembles a parrot’s plumage (feathers) and comes in different shades of red, orange, and yellow.
Heliconia rostrataThese plants produce colourful inflorescence (flower heads), with bright red waxy bracts (leaf structure) and small flowers that grow downwards, giving them the names Hanging Lobster Claw and “false bird of paradise”. The plants can be found at Siloso Beach.
Costus woodsoniiCommonly known as Red Button Ginger, these bright waxy red cone-shaped flowers can be found lining Sentosa’s beaches and the Sentosa Boardwalk.
Arundina graminifoliaAlso called the bamboo orchid due to its reedy stems and bamboo-like leaves, this plant produces beautiful lilac flowers and can be found along Palawan Beach. Bamboo orchids are also native to Singapore. 
Davallia denticulataAn epiphytic fern, this plant commonly grows in sunny spots, and can be found growing on palm trees that line Sentosa’s beaches.

The next time you visit Sentosa, keep an eye out for these flowers.

Win an Eco Bouquet by telling Sentosa who you would like to gift an Eco Bouquet to and why. Collection dates include 14, 20 and 27 February 2021. Visit www.sentosa.com.sg/ecobouquet for the submission of entries! The giveaway closes four days before the preferred date of collection.

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