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A Socially Distanced Christmas

“There is no place like home for the holidays.” This year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, many families are thinking of celebrating the festivities individually instead of large groups. However, this does not mean that this Christmas needs to be any different from the past years. Here are some ways you can have an enjoyable, socially-distanced Christmas with your loved ones this year!

  1. Make Christmas Themed Cookies

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Baking cookies is a great way to bond as a family and enjoy delicious treats at the end of this activity. Kick off your Christmas week with a classic Christmas cookie! Here’s a tutorial which we’ve found useful and fun!

2. Watch a Christmas Movie

Watching a Christmas movie during Christmas is one of the best ways to spend time between the scrumptious dinner and unwrapping of presents. Prepare your favorite drinks and snacks and get ready to snuggle up to watch a movie of your choice. We’ve picked a few titles for you to consider to get you into the Christmas mood:

a. The Nutcracker and the Four Realms - For those looking for a more exciting adventure this Christmas.

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b. Klaus - For those looking to see the interesting friendship between a selfish postman and a reclusive toymaker this Christmas.

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c. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe - For those looking for an adventure to a snowy fantasy world.

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3. Participate in Christmas events

You can also celebrate Christmas with your family members outside and enjoy the most magical festive lights put out for you this Christmas season. Just remember to mask up and stay in groups of five!

a. Christmas Wonderland

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Just like previous years, Christmas Wonderland is open to get you in the jolly Christmas mood. If you are looking to play carnival games this year, good news is it has been made digital this year, allowing you to enjoy these games safely. The classic Walk of Lights is open from 4th December to 27 December. Tickets at $5 each!

b. Changi Airport

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Many see Changi Airport as the place they visit when they are travelling, however, it is more than that! This year, Changi Airport has a variety of enchanting activities from a dinosaur experience, tokidoki-themed activities, and glamping! Not forgetting beautiful Christmas lights, go-kart races and “snow” too!

Despite the pandemic, we believe that there are still enough activities this Christmas for you to find one that is best suited for you and your loved ones. Have a Merry Christmas!

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