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What To Do In SingaporeThis Christmas For Seniors

by | Nov 28, 2023 | Lifestyle & Wellness, Lifestyle habits

You might not get snow or reindeers, but Christmas in Singapore is as big as any other celebration during the year. This is the season for families to enjoy together and especially so for seniors. Partaking in festive activities could be a way for seniors to bond with each other and also with their caregivers

Christmas is a time of love and joy – the celebration of Christmas is important as it helps foster a sense of belonging, rekindles good memories and keeps feelings of loneliness and isolation at bay. This works wonders for one’s mental health, spending quality time and creating memories together. 


A Christmas Oddysea

Source: RWS Sentosa

S.E.A. Aquarium presents Christmas Oddysea in the home of 100,000 marine animals. For seniors who enjoy learning about marine life, this is a good opportunity to do so this Christmas. 

Come celebrate and admire a marine world reimagined by the Superhero Me community, including students from Rainbow Centre. See their love for the ocean come alive through storytelling and art that fill the aquarium with a Christmas cheer. Tickets go at S$55 for adults that even includes snacks and retail vouchers for you to pick up some souvenirs on your way home. 

The aquarium is 100% air-conditioned and entirely navigable with ramps and elevators. Wheelchair accessible bathrooms are available as well.


Christmas Wonderland in Gardens By The Bay

Source: Christmas Wonderland in Gardens By The Bay

Running from 1 December 2023 to 1 January 2024, Christmas Wonderland is back for its 10th instalment of stunning light displays. Catch the Garden Rhapsody light and sound show and catch yuletide performances by local artistes. 

Based on the dates you are planning to visit, prices do vary so do plan in advance and get a ticket before visiting. For those that are planning to bring family members that have mobility restrictions to the event, most attractions in Christmas Wonderland are accessible by wheelchair, including the Spalliera, light displays at Merry Lane, Holly Roger, and Walk of Lights. Visitors may refer to Gardens by the Bay for more information on limited mobility access within the Gardens.


Indulge in Christmas Champagne, Wines and Spirits

Source: Cellar Press

This Christmas, taste 15 products with cheese for S$39 at Extra Space located at 301 Boon Keng Road Singapore, 339779. For those who enjoy champagne, wines and spirits, this event would definitely add that special touch to your celebration. Also in the company of fellow wine lovers, this event would be a good opportunity to make friends and rekindle good memories of enjoying wine. 

Date: 16 Dec 2023, Saturday

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Crazy Christmas™ Balls of the Belles

Source: Crazy Christmas™ Balls of the Belles

There is definitely something for everyone – for those who enjoy theatre and comedy, you’re in luck as the 11th instalment of Crazy Christmas is back to bring you an unforgettable comedy sketch show. Running from 7th all the way to the 16th of December at the Capitol Theatre, we think this is just the perfect way to get in some cheers during this festive period.

Tickets start at S$48 for this 2 hour production. Special arrangements can be made for wheelchair users, please contact BookMyShow Customer Service.


Maker’s market

Source: Maker’s Market

This Christmas, from 4th to 24th December, Maker’s Market will be back at Tiong Bahru Plaza from 11am – 8pm for you to get in some Christmas shopping. At these Maker’s Markets, you can find booths of pop-up stores filled with locally-curated crafts and design goods from around the region. Plus, it is extremely meaningful to support local retailers and their craft. Handmade goods might also be a good gift for your next Christmas exchange!

For caregivers and seniors who enjoy shopping, this might provide a novel experience to browse local handmade goods together!


Changi Festive Village

Source: Changi Airport Website

Changi Festive Village returns from 4th November with fun for the whole family. This festive season, watch Changi Airport transform into a Christmas Wonderland with roving performances, the famed Candy Wonderland, Candy Carnival and various pop-up shops in the airport. 

Over at Jewel’s Shiseido Forest Valley, you’ll be in for a treat of the stunning view of the waterfall, perfect in ushering in the festive vibes. 


Set sail on a Christmas Cruise

Source: Royal Caribbean

Start a new tradition with the biggest holiday cruise celebration at sea – taking a cruise holiday could be quite a stress free experience. There is usually less planning required for a cruise holiday as you can simply partake in the festivities on board and stuff yourself silly with the Christmas treats. 

We get the allure of cruises, and this may be especially so for senior citizens who have reduced mobility. Decks, public areas and tenders are designed to be as accessible as possible for guests with reduced mobility. Furthermore, it gives one a peace of mind that when they are tired, they can easily find a spot to rest in contrast to travelling to somewhere new. Do check out Royal Caribbean Cruises for some good deals for your next cruise getaway.  


Lights display along Orchard Road

Source: Orchard Road Business Association

From the 16th of November to 1st Jan 2024, “Christmas on A Great Street” would be back for their 40th instalment. This Christmas, there would be 3 stunning Christmas villages along the entire stretch – Shaw House Urban Plaza, Plaza Singapura and Ngee Ann City for one to enjoy a myriad of festive activities. 

There is definitely something for everyone – kick start your evening by catching the NCC Command Band from Swiss Cottage Secondary School perform christmas tunes, snap pictures with Christmas mascots and fill your bellies with festive treats from the F&B trucks.



In this season of love and joy, we hope these Christmas events can bring families together and especially so for seniors, to unwind and create good memories through these activities. 

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