Upcoming Car-Free Sunday dates: 31 December 2018
Kicking off the first Car-Free Sunday of the year, the Civic District and Telok Ayer Conservation Area will again be transformed into a car-free and activity-filled precinct for everyone to enjoy.
From 8am to noon, with 5.5km of roads closed to traffic, the public can walk, jog, and cycle around the area and participate in an exciting range of outdoor activities, such as line dancing, hula hoop clinics, floorball and Zumba. There will also be a number of cultural activities and walking tours to take part in.
Car-Free Sunday SG turns part of our city into a pedestrian and cyclist friendly precinct and creates a 5.5 km route of closed roads in the heart of the city. It is part of the larger movement towards a car-lite Singapore, envisioning our city with fewer cars.
Car-Free Sunday SG takes place on the last Sunday of every month, with exciting line-ups of activities for each edition!
Line-up of activities (Generic)
Whether you are into yoga, dance, basketball, fun challenges, visiting the museums or just enjoying the day out with your friends or children, there are a range of exciting activities you can enjoy. For the list of activities, visit here
Kids’ Zone (8am to 12pm)
Join in various hands-on activities like pebble-painting and turn a simple pebble into an ornamental art piece! There will also be other family-friendly activities such as sketching, colouring and bouncy castles.
Learn more about plants and their uses in different cultures by taking part in the ‘Plants & Culture’ plant propagation activity.
Road closure and general information
In response to public feedback, the duration and route for the road closure for Car-Free Sunday SG have been extended and will take place rain or shine. However, our lineup of activities may be suspended in the event of heavy rain or lightning. Please come prepared and don’t forget to bring your sunscreen, ponchos and water bottles to stay hydrated! Follow the #CarFreeSundaySG Event Page on Facebook to get the latest updates.
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