Social Media


15 Places to See Snow in Singapore!

Snow in Singapore Kidztopia's X'Mas with a splash
Family LifePost Category - Family LifeFamily LifePlayPost Category - PlayPlayChristmasPost Category - ChristmasChristmas

Do your kids ever say “I wish it would snow in Singapore!”? This Christmas, they’re in luck, as we round up all the spots you can find snowfall – including some REAL snow to make snowmen and snow angels!

The most wonderful time of the year is nearly here, what with Christmas fairs and markets happening around the island, and the Orchard Road lights up and shining already. But the one thing that makes Christmas in the tropics extra special is the prospect of seeing snow in Singapore (even if it’s artificial). This holiday season, put a smile on your kiddo’s face by taking them to experience snow on the red dot at these places (some spots even promise real snow this year!).

Disclaimer: These events with snow in Singapore are not owned or managed by Sassy Mama. Always check with the organiser for changes or cancellations.

Read more: Where to Meet Santa in Singapore

15 Places to See Snow in Singapore:

1. Foam ‘Snowfall and avalanche’ at Tanglin Mall (FREE)

snow in singaporeTanglin Mall
Image credit: Tanglin Mall via Facebook

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow at Tanglin Mall this holiday season! A popular attraction with shoppers, the mall’s Snow Splendours avalanches and snowfall sessions are back this year, where your little kiddos can have fun with foam snow in daily 45-minute sessions! There are also plenty of other activities available for the whole family, including a larger-than-life snow globe to take pics with, Christmas carolling and even Santa meet and greets!

When: now until 1 January 2024
Avalanche timings: 7:30pm (weekdays); 7:30pm & 8:30pm (weekends & PH)
Snow timings: 7:45pm (weekdays); 7:45pm & 8:45pm (weekends & PH)
Where to see snow in Singapore:
Tanglin Mall, 163 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247933
How much: FREE!

2. ‘Real’ snow slopes at Ice Magic: Winter Wonderland

christmas events singapore - ice magic

Ice Magic: Winter Wonderland returns this year and boasts 3,000 sqm worth of snowy activities, and features Singapore’s first-ever Merry-Go-Round on Ice and Singapore’s Longest Snow Slope. It is real snow so it’s ccccold inside! This Christmas event is the perfect opportunity to dust off those winter clothes and dive into a snow adventure right in the heart of Singapore! There are also food vendors on site where you can refuel with delicious treats to keep you energised for the next round of snow-filled escapades.

When: 9 December 2023 – 21 January 2024
Where to see snow in Singapore:
Bayfront Event Space, 12A Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018970
How much: from $19, purchase here.

3. Foam snowfall at Christmas Wonderland

snow in singapore - Christmas wonderland
Image credit: Christmas Wonderland

While the snowfall at Christmas Wonderland isn’t real snow (it’s foam), kids will still have a blast – plus plenty of photo-taking opportunities, a carnival and a festive market. Click here to find out everything you need to know about Christmas Wonderland 2023.

When: 1 December 2023 – 1 January 2024
Where to see snow in Singapore:
Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
How much: Snowfall sessions are free with a Christmas Wonderland ticket.
1 – 14 December 2023: $8 (adults) & $6 (children) | 15 – 25 December 2023: $12 (adults) & $6 (children) | 26 December 2023– 1 January 2024: $10 (adults) & $12 (children). Click here to purchase!

4. Real snow at Changi Festive Village

changi festive village - candy snow house slide
Image Credit: Changi Festive Village

Changi Festive Village returns with a sleigh-load of Christmas-themed activities this year, including a candy land carnival with plenty of exciting rides, a candy-themed go-kart arena and even ice slides. We’re most excited about the Candy Snow House, which features real snow every 30 minutes and is full of snow inside! Guests can admire the beautifully carved ice sculptures or have family fun at the sports and playground zone, where you can try your hand at mini golf, bowling, basketball, and much more. There’s a snow slide and snow on the ground to make snow angles and snow men – beware it’s chilly inside!

When: now until 31 March 2024
Where to see snow in Singapore:
Changi Festive Village at Changi Airport, Terminal 3, Level 1, Arrival Hall (outside McDonald’s)
How much: $18 tickets apply to enter the snow house. Click here.

5. Foam snowfall at VivoCity

Snow in Singapore Kidztopia's X'Mas with a splash

VivoCity’s Outdoor Plaza is where you’ll find Kiztopia’s X’mas With A Splash bouncy castle fun (ticketed) including a new water play zone. However there’s no charge to catch VivoCity’s enchanting “snow” show of fluttering foam that descends against a majestic 15m tall Christmas tree, creating a winter wonderland right in the heart of VivoCity!

When: 17 November – 25 December 2023
Snowfall timings:
7:30pm & 8:30pm (Monday – Thursday)
7:30pm, 8:30pm & 9:30pm (Friday – Sunday)
Where to see snow in Singapore: VivoCity, Outdoor Plaza, Level 1, 1 HarbourFront Walk, Singapore 098585
How much: FREE!

6. Snowfall at Jewel

snow in singapore - Jewel Canopy Park Snowfall
Image Credit: Jewel Changi Airport

Admire Jewel’s 16m-tall Christmas tree at the main entrance of the Shiseido Forest Valley. There’s a snowfall experience every evening plus catch the special Christmas Light & Sound Show at the HSBC Rain Vortex.

When: Snowfall: Mon – Sun: 6.35pm*, 7.35pm, 8.35pm, 9.35pm, 10.35pm * additional show at 24 and 25 Dec, 23 Dec: 8.55pm, 9.35pm,10.35pm
Christmas Light & Sound Show: Mon – Sun: 7.30pm, 8.30pm, 9.30pm, 10.30pm* daily, *Additional show at 10.30pm on Fri – Sun; 23 Dec: 9pm & 10pm) at at the HSBC Rain Vortex.
Where to see snow in Singapore: Shiseido Forest Valley and Canopy Park!
How much: FREE!

7. Fake snowfall at Suntec City’s Holiday Wonderland

free mall shows and meet & greets - Suntec City LINE Friends
Image Credit: Suntec City

Get ready for some holiday magic as Suntec City turns into the cutest Holiday Wonderland this Christmas, featuring Singapore’s largest LINE FRIENDS-themed mega ball pit, complete with 4-meter slides and carousel swings! And that’s not all – keep your eyes peeled for the enchanting snowfall at Suntec Plaza, where guests can also enjoy some mesmerising busking performances! Parents, do note that kids must be at least 85cm tall, and those aged 12 and below must be supervised by an adult. Everyone must also wear long pants and socks to enter.

When: now – 26 December 2023, Friday – Sunday: 7.30pm, 8.30pm, 9.30pm
Where to see snow in Singapore:
Suntec Plaza, 3 Temasek Blvd, Singapore 038983
How much: Spend a minimum of $50 to get free entry to the playspace. Simply present your receipt to the customer service counter to redeem an entry pass, which allows up to three people to play for 20 minutes.

8. Daily fake ‘snow’ play at Wan to Play Christmas Carnival

Robocar Poli at KINEX and United Square
There are plenty of Christmas-themed activities to ring in the festive season at KINEX this year-end, from ROBOCAR POLI mall shows to Christmas Markets and fairs to roving Santa and Snowman! But we’re also excited for the Wan to Play Christmas Carnival, which will have daily snow play sessions, where kids can have fun with foam snow that’ll appear every two hours, between 9am – 9pm!

When: 21 December 2023 – 2 January 2024
Snowfall timing: 9am – 9pm (every 2 hours)
Where to see snow in Singapore:
KINEX, 11 Tanjong Katong Rd, Singapore 437157,
How much: FREE!

9. Foam snowfall at Universal Studios Singapore

snow in singapore universal studios singapore
Image credit: Resorts World Sentosa via Facebook (past event)

This year, USS’ annual Christmas event, A Universal Christmas, introduces an exciting new exhibit, Santa’s North Pole Headquarters, which houses the North Pole Flying Division, North Pole Toy Division and the Worldwide Institute of Santa’s Helpers (W.I.S.H.) at the Command Centre, to ensure that Santa’s job each year goes smoothly, without any hiccups. Beloved characters such as the Penguins of Madagascar, Po and Master Tigress, and the Minions will also be on hand to spread the festive joy. Be sure to join the Christmas festivities with live singing, dancing and even an enchanting snowfall!

When: 2 December 2023 – 1 January 2024
Snowfall timings: Multiple times a day.
Where to see snow in Singapore: Universal Studios Singapore, 8 Sentosa Gateway, 098269
How much: $98/Adult; $71/Child. (A Universal Christmas is included with regular admission to Universal Studios Singapore.
Adult tickets come with a Christmas Combo Meal that includes a Christmas themed main dish and a drink that can be redeemed at selected restaurants). More information here.

10. Real snow at Snow City Singapore

snow city at Science Centre
Let it snow at Snow City!

Snow City‘s ever-popular snowfall and blizzard experiences are one of the few places offering snow on the daily! Book a two-hour play session to play with snowballs, see ice sculptures, ride snow tubes and have plenty of winter fun. You can also check out their Ice Hotel, which stretches across a 17-metre snowfield within Snow City. There are five thematic ice and snow art zones, and while the kids play, mum and dad can enjoy craft beers at the Ice Bar.

When: 10am – 6pm daily
Where to see snow in Singapore: Level 1, Snow City, 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433
How much: from $25. Click here to purchase tickets

11. Insta-worthy fake ‘snowfall’ at The Star Vista

snow in singapore the star vista
Image credit: Thestarvista via Instagram

The Star Vista’s annual ‘snowfall’ show returns this year featuring a 20m Christmas Tree and various photo-ops around the mall! Based on last year’s event this is one snowfall event in Singapore that you’d want to prepare your cameras for!

When: 30 November – 24 December 2023, 25 December 2023,  Thursday – Sunday, 7:30pm, 8:30pm, 9:30pm; 22 December 2023: 8:30pm & 9:30pm
Where to see snow in Singapore: The Star Vista, B1, 1 Vista Exchange Green, Singapore 138617
How much: FREE!

12. Foam snowfall: Marina Square Christmas Wanderland

snow in singapore Marina Square
Image credit: Marina Square

Marina Square adds a touch of cuteness to its Christmas event this year, where kids can enjoy a slew of Christmas-themed activities while surrounded by their favourite Sanrio characters, including Hello Kitty, Pompompurin, Little Twin Stars, Cinnamoroll and more! Head to the Cinnamoroll Magical Rink, where foam snow showers occur three times daily! Don’t forget to snap plenty of photos, especially with the gorgeous pink Christmas tree as the backdrop and if you want to meet the Sanrio mascots find out how here.

When: 23 November – 31 December 2023
Snowfall timings: Daily: 2pm, 7.30pm & 8.30pm
Where to see snow in Singapore: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039594
How much: FREE! However, do note that there is limited standing capacity at the magical rink, and entry is on a first-come-first-served basis.

13. Foam snowfall: Capitol Singapore

snow in singaporeCapitol Singapore and CHIJMES
Image credit: Capitol Singapore

Capitol Singapore returns with its annual Christmas event, featuring a Christmas market, Singing Christmas Tree by Voices of Singapore (VOS) Choral Society, an exciting Christmas countdown and more. The highlight has to be the daily “snowfall” shows at the Capitol Singapore’s Outdoor Plaza, where picturesque “snow” will fall against the backdrop of the Capitol Theatre and the Singing Tree!

When: 24 November – 25 December 2023
Snowfall timings: Daily: 7 – 10pm (every 30 minutes)
Where to see snow in Singapore: Capitol Singapore, Outdoor Plaza, 13 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178905
How much: FREE!

14. Hourly fake ‘snow’ at Causeway Point & Waterway Point

Get ready to step into a winter wonderland as Causeway Point and Waterway Point transform into the ultimate Christmas destination for the whole family! If you swing by the mall from Friday to Sunday, you’re in for a treat – enjoy hourly snow shows that dance against a stunning 5m Christmas tree! There are also plenty of activities including a synthetic ‘ice-skating’ rink (get 30-minutes of ‘ice skate’ time for $10)! P.S. you’ll also get a free popcorn treat when you come during the weekends!

When: 24 November – 31 December 2023
Snowfall timings: Fridays to Sundays only, hourly between 12pm – 8pm
Where to see snow in Singapore: Causeway Point Level 1, Main Atrium and Waterway Point Basement 1, Outdoor Open Plaza
How much: Free! Click here for more info.

15. Snow play at Hougang Mall and Tampines 1

There’s fake snow in the east of Singapore too! Residents near Hougang Mall and Tampines 1 can bring the fam to enjoy fake snow pop-up playgrounds at these malls as part of their Christmas celebration, Dive into Winter Wonderland.

When: 28 November – 10 December 2023, closed on 4 December (Hougang Mall); 12 – 26 December 2023, closed on 18 December (Tampines 1)
Where to see snow in Singapore: L4 Event Space, Hougang Mall, 90 Hougang Ave 10, Singapore 538766; L5 Event Space, Tampines 1, 10 Tampines Central 1, Singapore 529536
How much: S
pend a minimum of $30 in a single receipt and register on the same day for 30-mins play! Click here for more info.

Swipe for more Christmas fun!

Lead image Sassy Mama at Vivo Snowfall

more sassy mama

What's New

We're social

We're social

What we're up to and what inspires us