No plans for the long weekend? Check out our recommendations

Admission fees to the Science Centre Singapore and its children's attraction KidsSTOP have been reduced by 30 to 100 per cent. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
Admission fees to the Science Centre Singapore and its children's attraction KidsSTOP have been reduced by 30 to 100 per cent. -- PHOTO: ST FILE

It's a long weekend this week, thanks to the Good Friday holiday. If you're wondering what you can do around town, check out these options.

1. Singapore Science Centre

The Singapore Science Centre has cut admission fees by 30 to 100 per cent on Apr 1. No joke.

The venue now offers free admission to Singaporeans, permanent residents and local school groups during off-peak hours (weekdays except public and school holidays).

During peak periods, fees for children are $4, down from $6, and $6 for adults, down from $10. Read the story here.

2. Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

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The Nature Reserve, which has been closed for renovation works since September, will reopen on weekends, starting this Saturday.

The main road leading to the summit will be open, and access is only via Hindhede Nature Park.

Read the story here.

And find out five things about the Nature Reserve here.

3. Tanjong Pagar Railway Station

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The former Tanjong Pagar Railway Station will be open on Good Friday.

The national monument will be open from 9am to 6pm.

Read the story here.

4. New eateries and boutiques to explore in Haji Lane area

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Haji Lane was one of the first old neighbourhoods to gentrify. And now there's a second wave of hipster cafes and boutiques to explore.

From a bar that's also a vinyl only joint to a social enterprise nail bar, these new businesses add new buzz to a familiar favourite.

Read the full list here.