85 of the best kids activities in Singapore (Updated for 2024)

85 of the best kids activities in Singapore (Updated for 2024)

July 13, 2024

Looking for kids activities in Singapore? Here's some of our favorite things to do with kids!

Singapore has plenty of activities for kids of all ages.

From action-packed indoor playgrounds to museums and parks, there is no shortage of things to do with kids.

There are so many choices, in fact, that it can be difficult to decide what to do!

To help make your decision a little easier, we've compiled this guide featuring the best kids activities in Singapore you won't want to miss.

Read on and let's get started on discovering all that Singapore has to offer!

For more activities, make sure you check out some of our other kids activities guides too!

Best Activities in Singapore for Kids (Click to Jump Ahead)


  1. Impression of Monet
  2. Mega Despicable Summer
  3. The Xperience
  4. Chaos Lab

Indoor Playgrounds

  1. Kiztopia Marina Square
  2. SuperPark Singapore
  3. SkyPark by Kiztopia
  4. Pororo Park
  5. Canopy Park at Jewel
  6. Kidzania
  7. Airzone
  8. Amazonia

Outdoor Playgrounds

  1. Far East Organization Children's Garden
  2. Jacob Ballas Children's Garden
  3. Houbii Spot


  1. iFLY Singapore
  2. AJ Hackett at SkyPark Sentosa
  3. SkyHelix Sentosa
  4. Skyline Luge Sentosa
  5. Forest Adventure

Animals & Wildlife Experiences

  1. Mandai Wildlife Reserves
  2. Dolphin Island, Sentosa
  3. S.E.A. Aquarium
  4. Live Turtle Museum Singapore
  5. Hay Dairies
  6. Gallop Stable
  7. Cat Cafe
  8. Pug Cafe

Rides & Tours

  1. Singapore DUCKtours
  2. Big Bus Tour
  3. Singapore River Cruise
  4. Singapore Sidecar Tours
  5. Royal Albatross
  6. Mini Segway Tour
  7. Sampan Ride at Marina Bay Sands
  8. Cable Car
  9. Singapore Flyer
  10. Trishaw Uncle
  11. Sail Around Southern Islands
  12. Floating Restaurant


  1. Spectra - A Light & Water Show
  2. Wings of Time

Theme & Water Parks

  1. Universal Studios Singapore
  2. Adventure Cove Waterpark
  3. Wild Wild Wet

Water Sports & Activities

  1. Aqua Adventure
  2. Kayak Fishing Adventures with Fever
  3. HydroDash
  4. Kayak Fish at The Playground
  5. Ola Beach Club
  6. Splash-N-Surf

Indoor Activities & Recreation

  1. Headrock VR
  2. Splat Paint House
  3. Dinoland Singapore
  4. FishBugis+
  5. The Tiara Society
  6. My Little Climbing Room
  7. Trifecta
  8. Hi Roller

Outdoor Activities & Recreation

  1. Fire Station Open House
  2. SkyPark Observation Deck
  3. Sentosa Sensoryscape
  4. The Palawan @ Sentosa
  5. Go Karting at KF1 Karting
  6. Marina Barrage
  7. D'Best Fishing

Museums & Exhibitions

  1. Children's Museum Singapore
  2. Changi Experience Studio
  3. National Museum of Singapore
  4. National Gallery Singapore
  5. ArtScience Museum
  6. Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
  7. Science Centre Singapore / KidsSTOP
  8. Madame Tussauds
  9. Trick Eye Museum
  10. Museum of Ice Cream
  11. Battlebox

Parks & Nature

  1. Gardens by the Bay
  2. Singapore Botanic Gardens
  3. Lazarus/St John's Island
  4. Nature Walks with Young Nautilus
  5. Wildlings

Unique Staycations

  1. The Bus Collective
  2. Tiny Away Escape @ Lazarus Island
  3. Glamping with the Penguins


Impressions of Monet

Discover the magic of Monet at Gardens by the Bay's "Impressions of Monet" exhibition.

The exhibition comprises 2 showcases, "The Garden" and "The Experience".

At The Garden, the French master's art and gardens are brought to life in a spectacular display at the Flower Dome.

You'll explore recreations of Monet's famous Giverny home and gardens, complete with the iconic pink house and Japanese bridge.

Water lilies will be on display for the first time at Gardens by the Bay, alongside a vibrant array of flowers that inspired the artist's most beloved works.

The Experience is an immersive experience that celebrates the works of Monet and other impressionist masters such as Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Paul Cézanne, and Edgar Degas.

You'll be taken on multi-sensory journey where you'll experience the stunning artworks of these impressionist masters through light, colour, sound, and even smell.

Impressions of Monet offers a rare glimpse into Monet's world of colour and beauty and is well worth a visit for art lovers and nature enthusiasts alike!


  • The Garden: 12 Jul -17 Sep 2024
  • The Experience: From 12 Jul 2024

Operating hours: 11am-9pm

Where: Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay

Admission: Admission charge to Flower Dome applies

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A Mega Despicable Summer at Universal Studios Singapore

Get ready for a summer of mischief and mayhem with the Minions at Universal Studios Singapore!

From July 1 to August 11, 2024, guests of all ages can join in the fun with Mega Minions inflatables, a Minion flash mob, a new show, and meet and greets with all-new characters.

Strike a pose with the Mega Minions and Gru's family, take fun snaps with the larger-than-life Mega Minions, and capture movie magic with Gru, Lucy, and the girls.

For the first time ever, you can get groovin' with the Minionvasion flash mob, and watch as the Anti-Villain League Minions take over New York Street with their high-energy dance performance.

Don't miss the thrilling new show, Mission: MEGA, where guests can join the AVL in preventing a Mega disaster.

For those looking to take a piece of the magic home, Universal Studios Singapore is introducing the new UNIVRS store with exclusive merchandise inspired by your favourite Universal characters including Woody Woodpecker, Hot Stuff, Back to the Future, Felix the Cat x Mister Cartoon, and Minions x Buff Monster collaborations.

A Mega Despicable Summer is included with regular admission to Universal Studios Singapore, so don't miss out on the fun!

Date: 1 Jul - 11 Aug 2024

Admission: From $74 for adults and $59 for children. From 10 June, tickets will come with a S$5 meal voucher and S$5 retail voucher.

Get tickets to Universal Studios Singapore (Use code "SUNNYCITYKIDSKLOOK" for discounts on Klook)

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The Xperience

The Xperience is a massive 10,000 sq ft pop up that is a triple threat of excitement, combining roller skating nostalgia, Singapore's first-ever White Rabbit Pop-up Cafe, and an immersive gaming zone.

Rollermania is back for its 4.0 edition, levelled up with a nature-inspired, air-conditioned 4,000 sq ft rink.

It's an urban oasis that puts a fresh twist on the classic activity with its thematic, fauna-draped setup.

Don't forget to strike a pose at the iconic leafy "S K A T E" backdrop.

New skaters can get rolling with affordable lessons from pro coaches including Mr Law Kum Seng, a former regional skating champion.

Then, satisfy your sweet tooth at Singapore's first-ever White Rabbit Pop-Up Cafe. Snap pics with giant huggable bunnies and fill up a bag from the 10-flavor White Rabbit Candy Wall.

The menu is loaded with over 30 candy-infused specialties like the Rocky Road Shake, bunny cakes, waffles, boba teas, floats, and more sugary bliss.

Finally, head to The Xmmersive Games where you can try your hand at carnival games, be immersed in over 15 VR simulators (including a wild Rabbids ride), and try your luck at 8 interactive claw machines filled with White Rabbit prizes.

Date: Now till 31 Jul 2024

Operating hours: 

  • Sun-Thu, Public holidays (12pm-10pm)
  • Fri, Sat, Public holiday eve (12pm-2am)

Where: 3B River Valley Road, CQ@Clarke Quay, Blk B, #01-01 Singapore 179021

Tickets: from $28

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Chaos Lab - A Lab Themed Indoor Playground

Having opened to rave reviews in Australia, Chaos Lab will be heading to Singapore soon!

This is no ordinary indoor playground, Chaos Lab features 11 interactive activity stations that revolve around science themes and theories.

Kids will dive into bubbling ball pits, craft their own gooey creations at the interactive slime station, unleash their creativity with neon graffiti, and more.

A core highlight of Chaos Lab, resident mad scientist Dr Splat will be accompanying you throughout the experience, guiding you through a world of creativity, discovery, and excitement, and making sure every moment is filled with wonder and laughter!

Date: From 11 November 2023 to 2Q 2024

Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 11am-10pm. Entry for last session is at 9pm.

Duration: Approx. 30 to 45 minutes

Location: Changi Airport Terminal 2, #03-03, Changi, Singapore, 819643

Age Requirement: All ages are welcome. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult and accompanying adults will need their own tickets.

Slime is recommended for ages 3+ only.


  • Children 4 to 12: $30
  • Adults (13 and above): $9
  • Children under 4 do not need a ticket but are required to be accompanied by an adult at all times.

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Indoor Playgrounds

Spend a fun-filled day at a massive indoor playground at Kiztopia Marina Square

Kiztopia Marina Square Indoor Playground

Get ready for an adventure-packed day at Kiztopia Marina Square - the ultimate indoor playground for your little ones!

Explore an exciting world of play at this indoor playground themed around a cast of 11 original animated characters.

With a whopping 18,000 square feet of play space and 18 exciting play areas, your kids will never run out of fun things to do.

Kiztopia Marina Square Indoor Playground

This kid's paradise is the perfect place for children aged 12 years and below.

Your kids can explore the Ninja Warrior Course, jump into mega ball pits, ride a train, and even let their imagination run wild in pretend play spaces - it's like a mini theme park!

No wonder Kiztopia Marina Square is considered one of the top indoor playgrounds in Singapore.

Location: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard #01-09, Singapore 039594

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Enjoy a whole host of Family Fun Activities at Superpark Singapore

SuperPark Singapore Indoor Playground
Image credit: Superpark Singapore

Spread over two floors at Suntec City, this massive 40,000 sq ft indoor facility is one of the few indoor playgrounds in Singapore which has lots of activities that are suitable for adults as well, making it a great place for a fun family outing!

There are activities for kids of all ages here from the Kid's Gym, Pedal Car Track, and flying fox at the Adventure Arena, to sports activities such as the baseball batting cage, archery, and street basketball at the Game Arena.

Over at the Freestyle Hall, you can bring your own skooters and skates to Skate and Scoot World, the only indoor skate park in Singapore.

You'll also find activities such as climbing walls, trampolines, street soccer, and boxing at the Freestyle Hall.

All in all, there are so many things to do here that you'll find that the 2 hour session passes by in a flash!

Location: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall #02-477 (North Wing), Singapore 038983

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SkyPark By Kiztopia @ Cineleisure

Kiztopia's brand new indoor playground in the heart of Orchard Road is an 8,000 sq ft action-packed adventure arena.

It's designed to thrill and challenge children aged 6 and up, teenagers, and yes, even adults!

With features including rock climbing, rope course, and high elements that test limits and push boundaries, this energetic indoor playground will ignite your adventurous spirit like never before.

There's also the Moko Zone and Challenger Arena for more exciting activities.

The star attraction of SkyPark By Kiztopia is the impressive multi-level play structure.

This innovative design gamifies challenges and fosters friendly competition and teamwork.

It's a unique experience that brings family and friends together for unbeatable fun.

There's lots of activities for the younger ones too!

They can dive into fun at the vertical gyms and ball pit, or head to the trampoline area for a variety of trampoline activities from sticky mat, to basketball court and interactive wall.

And for those special moments, the trendy party rooms provide the perfect setting for memorable celebrations.

Date: From 24 Nov 2023

Opening hours:

  • Sun-Thu: 10am-8pm
  • Fri, Sat & PH: 10am-9pm

Location: Orchard Cineleisure, 8 Grange Road, #04-04/05 Singapore 239695


  • Sky Adventurer (below 16 years old): 1-hr play $22.80 / 2-hrs play $32.80
  • Sky Pass (10 sessions): 1-hr Play $188 / 2-hrs play $278
  • Additional Pax (16 years old and above): $15

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Have Fun with Pororo and Friends at Pororo Park

Pororo Park Indoor Playground
Poby's Gym and ball pit

Themed after everybody's favorite animation character from Korea, this 11,000 sq ft indoor playground is the first Pororo Park in Southeast Asia.

Come visit Pororo's house, tackle obstacles at Poby's Play Gym, go down slides into a giant ball pit, and dig in at the Hinoki pit.

Plus, hop on board the beloved Pororo Express Train.

Pororo Park Indoor Playground
Pororo Express Train

But the adventure doesn't stop there. Get up close to Pororo & Friends in meet and greets, and sing and dance along to your heart's content in the Pororo & Friends live shows.

Most of the slides and play features are gentle and made for the younger ones so you don't need to worry about scary slides or overwhelming play.

Pororo Park Indoor Playground
Pororo & Friends Live Show

That's why we rate it as one of our favorite indoor playgrounds for toddlers and younger kids!

While the kids are having a blast, kick back and relax at Loopy's Cafe.

Bring on the fun!

Location: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594

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Visit Canopy Park at Jewel

Canopy Park at Jewel Changi Airport

Situated on the top floor of the stunning Jewel complex, Canopy Park has mazes, giant slides, and bouncing nets that will keep your kids entertained for hours!

If you prefer something more calming, stroll along its many garden trails in cool air-conditioned comfort, or take refuge in bowls of gentle mist known as Foggy Bowls. Canopy Park is also teeming with greenery, making it a very scenic backdrop if you want to take some family shots for memories’ sake!  

Do take note that admission to attractions like the Canopy Bridge, Hedge and Mirror Mazes, and the Sky Nets are separate from the general admission to Canopy Park, so plan well before you head down to this fun gem in the east!

Location: Level 5, Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819666

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Image credit: Kidzania

Kidzania is an incredible full-fledged city run entirely by kids.

Once they step through the doors of this kid-sized metropolis, your little ones will find themselves in a pint-sized world with buildings, vehicles, and establishments just their size.

Image credit: Kidzania

From banks and restaurants to factories and hospitals, Kidzania recreates the real world on a kiddie scale.

At Kidzania, children can actually role-play hundreds of professions such as firefighters, pilots, chefs, magicians, and surgeons.

With over 60 role playing games and activities spanning 7,600 sq m of space across 2 levels, Kidzania promises an endlessly immersive experience!

Ages: 4-14

Opening hours: 10am-6pm daily except Wednesdays

Where: 31 Beach View Road #01-01/02 Sentosa Island Singapore 098008


  • Baby (0-1 years) - Free
  • Toddles (2-3 years) - From $29
  • Child: (4-17 years) - From $60
  • Adult: 18 and above - From $37

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Bounce High in the Air at Airzone


Suspended in between levels 2-6 of City Square Mall, Airzone is the world first indoor suspended net playground.

It may be a bit scary at first but you'll start to enjoy that zero-gravity feeling in no time on the floaty and bouncy nets.

From walking and bouncing on the sky nets, to exploring the 3D Maze, and jumping into the floating ball pit, there's plenty to keep you entertained no matter how old you are!

Location: City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Road #02-K4/K10

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Amazonia Indoor Playground

Go on an Arctic adventure at Amazonia indoor playground, with decors and play structures themed around an ice world.

The indoor playground boasts the highest wave slide in Singapore. Its play gym is over 3,000 square feet and 10 meters high.

Other highlights include the Snowball ball pit with vacuum tubes for interactive play, and the Impact Wall.

The first in Singapore, the Impact Wall is a giant 9 meter by 4 meter high video wall for interactive dance sessions and games.

Amazonia Indoor Playground

Meanwhile, parents can chill at the Bistro which serves up full meals prepared fresh on site everyday.

Location: Great World City, 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #03-113, Singapore 237994

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Related article: Best indoor playgrounds in Singapore


Outdoor Playgrounds

Far East Organization Children’s Garden - Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay Childrens Garden

Set within a lush natural setting, the Children’s Garden targets two groups of kids, 1-5 year olds and 6-12 year olds.

The garden consists of a few areas:

Water Play area (6-12 year old) for kids who love splashing about in water. The water play is linked to sensors which detect movement to create different water effects.

Toddler Play Zone (1-5 year old) that is perfect for toddlers to climb about and play around. There are play structures here such as a sway bridge, stepping springs, as well as the Fish Fountain with its interactive landscape of water tunnels and fish sculptures.

Rainforest Tree Houses (6-12 year old) situated within a dense canopy of trees, two tree houses towering 4 meters and 7.5 meters respectively link a 130 meter long forest trail.

Gardens by the Bay Children's Garden

Adventure Trail (6-12 years old) with numerous play structures and obstacles for kids to climb, balance, and slide down.

Toddler Playground which is supposed to be meant for kids 1-5 years old. However, the type of play structures here and the relatively small area means that this area will probably interest kids on the younger end more.

Gardens by the Bay Children's Garden

Opening hours:

  • Tues-Sun: 9am-7pm (Last admission at 6pm)
  • Waterplay closure: 6:30pm
  • Closed every Monday
  • Closed on Tuesday if the preceding Monday is a public holiday
  • Peak Hours are from 10am-12pm and 4pm-6pm

Location: Gardens by the Bay

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Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden

Jacob Ballas Children's Garden

The Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden is one of our favorite parks to take the kids as there’s just so many things to explore and learn!

Children will have fun exploring the different zones with the park having a farm, orchard, and forest with its own stream and ponds.

Jacob Ballas Children's Garden

Kids will enjoy the play features that are scattered all over the park such as the flying fox, mazes, swing rope bridge, playground, caves, and water play area.

There are also inclusive play features for children with special needs.

Opening Hours: 8am-7pm, closed on Mondays except for public holidays

Location: 481 Bukit Timah Road

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Climb A Rope Course At Houbii Spot

Houbii Spot

Located within the well-loved Singapore Zoo is Houbii Spot, a ropes course park, created to keep everyone happy and fit in a green environment.

They are widely passionate about keeping everyone moving to stay healthy, and believe that rope courses are a great way to get you on the go!

Besides being a physical experience, rope courses will also challenge your kids’ minds and leadership skills, as they think about how to get from one end to the other, with their siblings, friends, or even you as their parent!

Location: 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore Zoological Gardens, Singapore 729826

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Skydive at iFly Singapore

iFly Singapore
Image credit: iFly Singapore

Skydive? For kids? Yes, at iFly Singapore, they have made sky-diving completely kids-friendly, complete with highly-experienced skilled instructors, such that little ones as young as seven can experience what it feels like to soar in the air.

iFly is home to one of the world’s largest indoor skydiving wind tunnels and your experience will be just like that of a real skydive, mimicking even the time that it takes to fall through the air from 12,000 feet to 3,000 feet.

The best part? You don’t have to pay as much to get the same adrenaline feel and the wind whipping in your hair!

Location: Sentosa, 43 Siloso Beach Walk #01-01 Singapore 099010

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Have An Action Packed Time With AJ Hackett At SkyPark Sentosa

AJ Hackett At SkyPark Sentosa
Image credit: Skypark by AJ Hackett

For the older children craving an adrenaline rush, bring them to bungee jump or try the giant swing at SkyPark Sentosa which is home to Singapore’s only Bungy tower at 50 metres high.

There is no minimum age restriction for both the jump and the swing, as long as your child is 120cm and above, and at least 30kg for the swing, and 45kg for the jump, they’re good to go!

For something less heart stopping, make your way to the Sentosa Skybridge which towers 47 meters high.

See if you can stand over the transparent floor sections without your knees buckling!

Location: 30 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 099011

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Ride The SkyHelix Sentosa

Take a ride into the sky with Singapore’s highest open-air panoramic ride, the SkyHelix Sentosa.

Unlike other sky-high experiences in Singapore, SkyHelix takes you up and above in an open-air gondola that rotates slowly as it goes up to a staggering height of 79 metres. Because it rotates ever so gently, you’ll get views all around Sentosa, Keppel Bay, and even the Southern islands.

Kids below 12 years old can ride if they are 1.05 metres and above but must be accompanied by a supervised adult.

Location: 41 Imbiah Road, Sentosa, Singapore 099707

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Feel the Rush of Zooming Downhill at Skyline Luge Sentosa

Image credit: Skyline Luge Singapore

Take a thrilling ride down the hairpin bends and exhilarating tunnels of Skyline Luge Sentosa.

Zip along 4 purpose-built tracks, you'll have full control over your speed and direction as you zoom down the exciting downhill slopes.

In the evenings, the tracks are illuminated with vibrant colors, bringing a whole new level of luging excitement.

Location: 45 Siloso Walk, Sentosa Singapore 099003

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Conquer a Treetop Obstacle Course at Forest Adventure

Forest Adventure
Image credit: Forest Adventure

Singapore's only treetop Adventure Park has three courses, including 2 that are just for kids.

It's an unforgettable outdoor adventure where you'll be crossing through challenging obstacles such as wobbly bridges and climbing nets, and riding ziplines over water.

Location: Bedok Reservoir Park Singapore 479244

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Animals & Wildlife Experiences

Have an Unforgettable Wildlife Adventure at Mandai Wildlife Reserves

Mandai Wildlife Reserves
Singapore Zoo

Prepare yourself for a full day of wonders and excitement as you explore the wildlife parks of Mandai Wildlife Reserves.

Surrounded by lush tropical forests, the Singapore Zoo, Night Safari, River Wonders, and Jurong Bird Park are four of the world's leading wildlife attractions, and house 15,000 animals from 1,000 species.

Feed the animals, go on behind-the-scenes tours, and catch animal shows where you'll see the incredible talent of animals alongside their trainers.

Animal feeding at the Singapore Zoo

Each park offers their own unique experience:

Singapore Zoo - Home to more than 2,800 animals of over 300 species.

Make sure you visit KidzWorld, a sprawling 1 hectare zone that offers a variety of fun activities for kids.

Explore an outdoor playground, visit the petting zoo, and cool down at the water maze.

There's also a dedicated area where you can interact with cute cats, dogs, and rabbits.

KidzWorld is also home of the Ranger Buddies, an edutainment programme designed to inspire children to become a future-ready and responsible global citizens.

Stop by the Ranger Buddies Base Camp where you can engage in fun interactive activities!

For an extra special VIP experience, book the Zoo Adventure Tour which lets you tour the Zoo on board your own private buggy along with a knowledgeable Wildlife guide at your side.

This tour truly takes the zoo experience to a whole new level with up close encounters with animals, as well as exclusive experiences such as animal interactions with giant turtles that are not normally available to the public.

Night Safari - See nocturnal wildlife at the world's first nocturnal wildlife park.

River Wonders - Asia's first and only river wildlife park where you can observe animals such as manatees and river otters swimming in the world's largest freshwater aquarium, as well as meet Singapore's resident giant pandas.

River Wonders

Bird Paradise - Experience avian wildlife at Asia's largest bird park.

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Singapore Zoo

Night Safari

River Wonders

Bird Paradise

Get up close With Dolphins at Dolphin Island, Sentosa

Dolphin Island, Sentosa
Image credit: Resorts World Sentosa

If your kids love marine wildlife, then they’ll enjoy getting up close and personal with the bottlenose dolphins at Sentosa’s Dolphin Island.

The place has a variety of experiences for families with these gentle creatures, ranging from watching from the sidelines, to even going into deeper waters with them.

Besides being an eye-opening experience at getting close to a real-life dolphin, they’ll also get to learn about dolphins’ habitats, diets, and the research being done at Dolphin Island in working toward a more sustainable marine environment.

Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269

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Marvel at the Magnificent Marine Animals at the S.E.A. Aquarium

S.E.A. Aquarium

Experience the wonders of marine life at the S.E.A. Aquarium which is home to more than 100,000 marine animals over 1,000 species.

Discover an underwater world full of exotic creatures, exciting experiences, and immersive ocean worlds.

See your favourite marine animals up close across multiple themed exhibits, from exploring the depths of a shipwreck, to interacting with marine animals at the Discovery Pool, and observing the graceful sea creatures at the Open Ocean Habitat.

AWARE Shark Conservation Specialty Course (credit: Resorts World Sentosa)

You'll uncover fascinating facts about the ocean and marine animals, and learn how we can help to protect our ocean ecosystems.

Special experiences such as the AWARE Shark Conservation Specialty Course and Discover Scuba Diving even let you dive alongside sharks, mantas, and the other majestic creatures in the aquarium.

Location: Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island

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Interact with giant turtles at the Turtle Museum Singapore

The Live Turtle Museum Singapore is a living, breathing haven of turtle wonder.

The highlight here is the opportunity to interact with the free-roaming giant turtles.

Watch your kids' faces light up as they get to feed and pet these gentle creatures.

The Live Turtle Museum Singapore also holds the Guinness World Records for the largest collection of turtle and tortoise items.

There are currently around 700 live turtles here, some of which are rare or endangered.

In addition to the friendly giants, be prepared to meet charming terrapins and unique species such as the "Six Legged Tortoise".

And for those with a taste for the wild side, there's the impressive Alligator Snapping Turtle. Don't worry though, you won't be feeding these guys!


Singapore Residents:

  • Adults: $10
  • Children (3-6 years old): $6
  • Seniors (62 years old and above): $6

Standard Rate:

  • Adults/Seniors: $14
  • Children (3-6 years old): $10

Location: 81 Lor Chencharu #01-16, Singapore 769198

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Feed goats at Hay Dairies

Hay Dairies is Singapore's one and only goat farm producing goat's milk locally.

Home to over 800 friendly goats of various breeds, this is a place where your family can connect with nature while learning about sustainable farming.

Hay Dairies invites you to experience the day-to-day life of a goat farm.

Stroll around the premises, witness the fascinating milking process that takes place daily from 9am to 10:30am, and get a chance to feed the goats.

For goat feeding, Alfalfa hay from the US is available at $5 per bag.

Your children will love feeding the goats, making their day at the farm even more memorable.

Don't forget to try the goat's milk. There's nothing quite like the taste and nutrition of fresh goat's milk straight from the farm!

Admission: Free

Location: 250 Neo Tiew Crescent Singapore 719866

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Related article: Kids friendly farms to visit and farm tours in Singapore

Ride Horses At Gallop Stable

Gallop Stable
Image credit: Gallop Stable

Another gentle animal that you can visit with your kids and plan activities around is horses – you can take your kids to Gallop Stable in Bukit Timah or Pasir Ris, where children as young as 3 years old can go for a ride on a pony.

The stable provides a kid-friendly environment for kids to enjoy horseback riding safely, under the watchful eyes of their trained staff.

Choose from going on a chill trail ride for those 3 years and above, to full-fledged lessons for those aged 4 and above, to learn the basics behind horse-riding.

If your child prefers to watch from the sidelines, Gallop Stable also has pony and bunny feeding sessions where you can purchase feed packets for your children to feed to the animals.


  • Horsecity @ Turf Club – 100 Turf Club Road, Singapore 287992
  • Pasir Ris – 61 Pasir Ris Green Carpark C, Singapore 518225 (Has riding facilities for adults too)

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Hang With Cats At The Cat Cafe  

Image credit: The Cat Cafe

Bring your kids to The Cat Cafe where they can hang with more than a dozen adopted/re-homed stray cats.

You can just look at the cats, or if you don't mind you can pet them or even have them lie on you or your child’s lap as you have some drinks and pastries.

The cafe does have strict rules about how to handle the kitties, so do make sure you and your kids abide by these rules or risk upsetting the gentle kitties or putting either of you in a risky situation.

Minimum Age: 6 years old and above


  • 241B Victoria St, Singapore 188030
  • Rail Mall, 392 Upper Bukit Timah Rd Singapore 678046

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Pet Pugs At What The Pug Cafe

Image credit: What The Pug Cafe

Calling itself Singapore’s first pug cafe, What The Pug, has a dozen adorable pugs for you to play with, pet, and shower with lots of love if your child loves canines, especially pugs.

Unlike other dog or pet cafes, What The Pug comes with a souvenir photo, though playtime with the pugs is limited to 45 minutes only. The pugs are of different ages and personalities, so there’ll definitely be a pug that you and your kids will enjoy playing with.

Location: 80 Haji Lane, Singapore 189271

Rides & Tours

Go Amphibious with Singapore DUCKtours

Fun for both kids and adults, Singapore DUCKtours is highly recommended if you're looking for a unique city and harbour sightseeing tour of Singapore.

You'll be riding aboard refurbished amphibious vehicles that have actually seen service during the Vietnam War.

The hour long tour sets off from Suntec City with a short drive to the shore where the water adventure starts with a thrilling big splash into the waters of Marina Bay.

You'll then cruise along Marina Bay, soaking in gorgeous views of the city skyline as you pass by Singapore's most iconic landmarks along the way such as Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Flyer, and the Merlion.

The adventure continues as the vehicle returns to land. You'll take a drive around the civic district, where you'll see significant landmarks such as City Hall, the Padang, the steps of the Old Supreme Court where the British surrendered to the Imperial Japanese Army during WWII, and the Civic War Memorial.

The tour concludes with a loop around the world's biggest fountain, the Fountain of Wealth at Suntec City - for good luck!

Location: Tour starts off from Suntec City

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Ride On The Big Bus Tour

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Great for those families whose children love being on a bus or sightseeing, the Big Bus brings you on a hop-on-hop-off ride around 33 stops in Singapore, complete with an audio guide that also comes with a special kids channel!

You board the bus and then hop off if you catch something interesting. Once you’re done, just go back to the same bus stop you hopped off at and carry on the bus tour where you left off.

If you want to make it a whole weekend activity, you can even go for the 2-day tickets which give you plenty of time to explore at your own pace.

You’ll pass by cultural hotspots like Chinatown, Little India, and Kampong Glam, and also UNESCO world heritage sites like the Botanic Gardens, Marina Bay Sands, and Gardens By The Bay!

Location: Check in at Big Bus & Duck Tourist Hub, Suntec City Convention Centre, #01-330, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 0389983

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Island Hopping Around The Southern Islands On An RHIB Boat

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If your kids love their spy movies or may have even watched a Mission Impossible movie with you or two, you’ll want to bring them on this RHIB boat ride to the Southern Islands.

RHIB stands for rigid-hulled inflatable boat, but this boat is anything but uncomfortable despite the term rigid in its name!

The RHIB is extremely safe, comfortable, clean, and spacious and makes for a very breezy ride along key marine spots in Singapore. Your kids will enjoy the thrill as the boat rides the waves, and as the wind whips in their hair.

Location: Marina at Keppel Bay, 2 Keppel Bay Vista Singapore 098382

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Singapore River Cruise

Starting off from the lively Clarke Quay jetty, hop on a relaxing ride aboard the iconic bumboat and glide along the tranquil waters of the Singapore River.

From the comfort of your boat, you'll take in both the historical charm and modern skyline of Singapore.

Along the way, you'll learn about the rich history of key landmarks like the Raffles Landing Site, The Merlion, The Esplanade, and Marina Bay Sands.

It's a fun, engaging way for the whole family to soak in the culture of this dynamic city.

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Go For A Drive With Singapore Sidecar Tours

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Bring your kids for a spin around Singapore on a unique mode of transport, the vintage Vespa sidecar! Provided by Sideways Singapore, a social enterprise that channels its profits and resources to good causes, you can opt to go for sidecar tours around key areas in Singapore such as the civic district, Joo Chiat, Katong, and Kampong Glam, or even opt for a Crazy Rich Asians Instagram tour!

If you have a furkid too, you can also bring them along as long as they are small to medium-sized and safely attached to a leash.

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Sail on Royal Albatross

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Picture this – you wake up on Sunday and you prepare to head out with your kids for a leisurely sail and breakfast on a boat.

Think you’re on a Greek island? Well, guess what you can have this experience right here in Singapore with Royal Albatross' Breakfast Sail session where you can dine and sail aboard the luxury tall ship Royal Albatross!

Join them for a gentle 1.5-hour sail, complete with a hearty English breakfast, all while sailing around Sentosa’s beautiful coastline. It docks at SEA Aquarium at Sentosa after, so it’s the perfect start to a lovely day at Sentosa if you’re planning to make this a full-day activity.

If you're looking for a more swashbuckling type of adventure, then the Pirates Ahoy Out at Sea cruise will give you and your family a unique pirate adventure of a lifetime.

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Like Jack Sparrow and the pirates of the Caribbean, be transported to another time with a journey back in history.

Explore life aboard a real pirate ship as you and your little ones get involved with activities such as learning interesting facts about Pirates from a REAL Captain and exciting pirate games where you can win pirate bounty.

Come dressed in your best pirate garb and you can even win a prize!

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Finally, sit down with your crew for a delicious and hearty pirate breakfast.

With less than 100 Tall Ships left in the world, make sure you book your cruises soon before these ships disappear forever!

Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa, Singapore 098269

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Ride Segways On A Mini Segway Tour

Instead of spending an afternoon walking around sights in Singapore on foot with your kids, why not try a different mode of transportation.

Ride segways around some of the best sights in Singapore on a segway and feel the wind in your hair as you zip around town.

If you’re worried about handling a segway, your worries are unfounded as it’s super easy to ride a segway!

You can also try all the segways they have before deciding which to rent for use or the tour. Kids above the age of 5 can ride as long as they are at least 30kg.

Location: 1 Stadium Place, #02-19, Kallang Wave Mall, Singapore 397628

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Take A Sampan Boat Ride At Marina Bay Sands

If you want something a little mildly and leisurely, how about a chill ride around Marina Bay Sands in an intricately-designed Sampan boat?

Resembling the boats that weave in and out of the many canals in Venice, Italy, the Sampan boat will take you around the basement of Marina Bay Sands shops and the Rain Oculus.

There are 2 tours available: 

  • Eye of the Waterfall Tour - Glide along the canal in a traditional Sampan boat and witness the awe-inspiring Rain Oculus indoor waterfall and skylight. You'll also learn about its eco-friendly design.
  • Sampan Musical Voyage - Prepare to be serenaded by the Sampan singers as they take you on a leisurely ride. They'll even teach you how to play percussian instruments and sing along to a unique song dedicated to the important role Sampan boats played in Singapore rich history and culture.

Location: B2, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956

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Ride A Cable Car

View Singapore from above with your family and enjoy unobstructed views from 100 metres above sea level as you ride in a cable car.

You can make your way from Mount Faber to Harbourfront and then to Sentosa Island – so you can plan for it as a pitstop before or after an exciting day on the fun island.

If you’d like you can even opt for a dining experience in the cable car cabin, and choose from a variety of themed dining experiences. The sky-high bento dining experience is perfect for families of up to four where you’ll be served a bento of Singapore cuisine and get to enjoy it as you go about your cable car ride.

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Go For A Flight On The Singapore Flyer

Take a thirty-minute flight on the Singapore Flyer and enjoy top-of-the-world views from up above on Asia’s largest observation wheel, which is a total of 165 metres tall, or the height of a 42-story building.

If your child is having difficulty picturing this, just tell them it’s the height of 31 male giraffes stacked on top of each other!

If you can’t get enough of the Singapore Flyer experience, you can bring your children for a tour of the Time Capsule which provides an immersive, multi-sensory experience of Singapore’s timeline, from the past to the present, and then to the future.

Location: 30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803

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Take A Ride With Trishaw Uncle

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Inject a little history lesson to your next excursion with your child as you take them on a ride with Trishaw Uncle, a tour operator that brings you around sights in Singapore on the traditional transportation mode of a trishaw.

The tour is also a recognition of the trishaw riders in Singapore who used to provide transport around our island way before cars, buses, and trains become commonplace.

Location: Albert Mall Trishaw Park, 63 Queen Street, Singapore 188542

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Sail Around The Southern Islands

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Take a leisurely cruise on a 40 foot catamaran with your family and friends around Singapore’s lesser-known Southern islands.

Kick back and relax on the deck, big enough for up to 18 guests.

For those seeking adventure, grab a kayak and venture into the lagoon of Lazarus Island, or dive into the waters for some snorkeling and get a chance to encounter marine creatures up close.

Did we also mention how comfortable and luxurious the yacht is?

You’ll forget you’re even on the waters as you lounge in the spacious saloon while en route. Aside from having a memorable experience, you’ll also get to go back with unique photos as you and your family snap photos onboard.

Location: 2 Keppel Bay Vista, 098382

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Take A Boat Out To Dine At A Floating Restaurant

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If you and your kids are bored of dining at the same few restaurants, how about switching things up and dining at Smith Marine Floating Restaurant, Singapore’s only remaining kelong, next to Pulau Ubin?

The only catch is that you’ll need to take a boat to get out to this hidden gem of a location.

It’s located 15 minutes away from Changi and you can access the restaurant by bumboat from Changi Point Ferry Terminal.

The restaurant serves up the freshest seafood, all caught onsite on its farm, the Smith Marine Fish Farm. If you want, you can even catch your own fish for your meal at their Sure Catch pond.

Should you have a bit of time after your meal, you could even walk around the pontoon before your boat ride back – just don’t miss your boat back!

Location: Pulau Ubin Coastal Area FC97E Singapore, Singapore

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Spectra - A Light & Water Show

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Experience the enchanting world of Spectra - A Light & Water Show.

This breathtaking, nightly outdoor spectacle at the Event Plaza of Marina Bay Sands is absolutely free!

Prepare to be mesmerized by a 15-minute, 4-part visual story that seamlessly blends the beauty of dancing fountains, colorful projections, cutting edge lasers, lava, and mist effects, all set to a powerful orchestral score.

Developed by Australia based agency Imagination, Spectral - A Light & Water Show celebrates Singapore's growth into the vibrant cosmopolitan city we know today.

You can also catch the show if you are sitting al fresco at one of these restaurants at Marina Bay Sands: 

  • Le Noir (L1-84, Bay Level)
  • Dallas Cafe & Bar (L1-85, Bay Level)
  • JustIN Flavours of Asia (L1-83, Bay Level)


  • Sun-Thu: 8pm, 9pm
  • Fri & Sat: 8pm, 9pm, 10pm

Location: Event Plaza at Marina Bay Sands (view map)

Admission: Free entry

Find out more on Marina Bay Sands' website.

Catch a Pytotechnic Show at Wings of Time

After a 2 year closure due to COVID, the iconic Wings of Time night show in Sentosa reopened again in May 2022.

The reopened Wings of Time show boasts enhanced pyrotechnic effects and an even more spectacular finale.

The upgraded pyrotechnic effects are generated by fully automated and state-of-the-art Sparkular Machines, which are able to produce fountains of small, cool sparks while emitting 80% less smoke than previous machines.

This will allow you to sit even closer to the main stage to experience the magic up close!

Location: Beach Station, Sentosa

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Theme & Water Parks

Universal Studios Singapore

The first and only Universal Studios theme park in Southeast Asia, Universal Studios Singapore brings the world of blockbuster films and televisions shows to life.

Thrilling rides, exciting shows, and meet and greets await at six themed zones - Hollywood, New York, Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, The Lost World, and Far Far Away.

Each themed zone offers an immersive experience that takes you beyond the silver screen into a world of fun and adventure.

It's a whole day of family fun accompanied by your favorite movie and television characters from The Transformers and Minions, to Sesame Street and Shrek!

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Swim and Slide At Adventure Cove Waterpark, Sentosa

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Spend a full day at Adventure Cove Waterpark with dozens of thrilling rides and slides complete with high-speed twists and turns, guaranteed to entertain even the most adventurous children!

Choose from a variety of rides, including Splashworks which has an obstacle course, the giant pool at Bluwater Bay, coming under a big splash at Big Bucket Treehouse, a leisurely cruise around Adventure River, and exhilarating twists and dips on Riptide Rocket and Pipeline Plunge.

Those who prefer something more mellow also have the option to get up close and personal with marine wildlife like dolphins, rays, and sharks, and snorkel with rainbow reefs and reef inhabitants at the waterpark.

Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269

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Beat the Heat at Wild Wild Wet

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Sitting on 4 hectares of land, Wild Wild Wet is one of Singapore's largest water parks.

The park has 16 water rides for visitors of all ages, from adrenaline-pumping rides to relaxing slides.

Its latest attractions include Kraken Racers, Singapore first four-lane mat race slide, and Royal Flush, where you'll accelerate down a tunnel and up a near-vertical wall on a raft.

Want to up the thrills level? Then try out the Torpedo or Free Fall slides for some truly heart stopping action.  

To make sure that everyone has an awesome time, there are also rides just for the little ones over at the Kids Zone.

And both young and old alike will enjoy a relaxing float along the Shiok River.

Location: 1 Paris Ris Close Singapore 519599

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Water Sports & Activities

Aqua Adventure at HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir

Aqua Adventure is the ultimate water adventure centre in Singapore!

Spanning 3 storeys high of wet and dry interactive play installations, there's something here for every thrill seeker.

For the ultimate rush, try the Double Trouble Aqua Tube, Singapore's longest indoor waterslide measuring a whopping 114m for double riders.

Or experience the heart-pumping Blackhole Aqua Tube where you'll plunge for 12-15 seconds down an 85m slide.

Those looking for something more relaxing can unwind at the 1.2m deep Laze Pool which offers a front-row view of the exciting play installations at Aqua Adventure.

Dry activities include climbing walls, the Aquatic Challenge Rope Course, which offers 8 interactive obstacles, and the Scramble Net where you'll have to scramble across the net, crawl through tunnels and swing from bars.

Operating hours:

  • Tues – Sunday, eve of public holiday and school holiday: 10am-3pm, 4pm-9pm
  • Closed on Mondays

Location: HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir, 900 Bedok North Road #02-06 Singapore 479994

Height and weight requirements: 

  • Minimum height of 125cm
  • Minimum weight of 30kg and maximum of 120kg

Rates: from $40 per pax. Tickets to Aqua Adventure can be purchased through the HomeTeamNS website, the HomeTeamNS Mobile App, or the Self-Help Kiosks on-site.

Pre-bookings and checking of slots availability online are recommended to avoid disappointment.

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Kayak Fishing Adventures with Fever

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Go on an exciting kayak fishing tour with Fever!

Fever is Singapore’s first ever kayak fishing tour that is perfect for families with kids as young as 3 years old. 

Safety is top priority, and its family friendly tours are conducted in areas with slow currents, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for even the youngest members of your family.  

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You’ll be gliding across Singapore's sparkling waters in the virtually unsinkable Hobie Kayaks, powered by your own leg-pedalling prowess – no arm strength required! It's like riding a bicycle on the water.

Never held a fishing rod? No Problem! Experience is not necessary and Fever will provide all the equipment and expertise to ensure a bountiful catch. 

Thanks to their expert fishing guides, 99% of guests catch a fish, despite it being their first time fishing!

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As you paddle along, your professional guides will regale you with tales of the incredible flora and fauna that call these waters home, making every moment an exciting discovery. 

And don’t worry about missing any precious family memories - Fever’s guides will capture them all in professional-quality photos, edited and sent to you free of charge!

The kayak fishing tours are half-day, leaving you plenty of time to explore more or relax for the rest of your day.

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For those who aren’t keen on fishing, Fever's new kayak tours in Punggol Waterway are the perfect way to explore nature from a kayak.

The first and only of their kind, offer a fun and easy way to explore nature. Paddle through the beautiful wetlands, home to over 100 species of birds and 20 types of butterflies and dragonflies.

As you kayak, you'll also learn to identify ingredients used in local dishes like Pandan Chiffon Cake and Nasi Lemak. Suitable for most age groups and skill levels, this tour is a great mix of adventure, nature, and storytelling.

Awarded by the Singapore Tourism Board with the Outstanding Tour Experience in 2023, and with over a thousand 5-star reviews from delighted customers on Tripadvisor and Google Reviews, you can rest assured that you and your family are in for an unforgettable experience.

Book your voyage today and set sail for an adventure!

Promo: Kids get 50% off this June holidays. Claim this promo by sending Fever a message through WhatsApp at +65 8512 2550

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Challenge Yourself at a Floating Obstacle Course at HydroDash

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Jump, climb, slide, and bounce your way through HydroDash, Singapore's first floating aqua park.

The inflatable obstacle course is designed for thrill-seeking fun for all ages.

Challenge your friends and families, and see if you can make it through the course unscathed.

And if you fall, don't worry, you'll just end up in the cool waters of Sentosa!

Location: Palawan Beach, Sentosa, Singapore 098498

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Kayak Fish at The Playground

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You may have tried kayaking in your younger days, but one trend that has recently hit our shores is kayak fishing, where you get to kayak AND fish at the same time. If you’re wondering how, you get to power the kayak with your legs and then fish with your arms (while holding a fishing rod, of course!).

It’s a great activity whether or not you’re new to fishing and kayaking, and the route isn’t overly difficult.

Expect to reel in fishes such as parrots, groupers, and snappers, and have lots of fun while at it! Everything is included for you including fishing rods, bait, and even professionally-taken photos

Location: 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 098942

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Try Many Water Sports At Ola Beach Club

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For parents with adrenaline-seeking, water-loving kids you’d want to take them to Ola Beach Club on Sentosa as it has many water sports activities for them to choose from if your family prefers to do more than just suntan at the beach.

Choose from kayaking (both single and double kayaks available), stand-up paddleboarding, and being on a donut float where you’re pulled along by a speedboat on a donut float.

While there isn’t an age specification for these activities, your child needs to be able to fit into a Personal Flotation Device (PFD) to be able to partake in them.

Location: 46 Siloso Beach Walk, 099005

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Water fun at Splash-N-Surf

Kids water playground

Splash-N-Surf offers a variety of splash-tastic fun with three water play areas.

The kids water playground is a wonderland designed specially for your little ones with spiralling slides, fountains, and shallow pools.

For a more relaxed experience, float along the Lazy River.

This winding river ride takes you on a serene journey around the waterpark perimeter, offering stunning views of the Sports Hub and Singapore's skyline.

With a depth of just 1m, the Lazy River is safe for most children to enjoy the water without any worries.

Lazy River

If you're seeking a bit more adventure, the Stingray offers a thrilling half-pipe surfacing facility for bodyboarding and skimboarding.

A guaranteed adrenaline rush for the more daring members of the family!

Location: Level 3 of Kallang Wave Mall, Located near Gate 21 of the National Stadium


  • Kids water playground - Free
  • Lazy River - $2 per entry
  • Stingray - from $30, minimum height of 1.2m is required

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Indoor Activities & Recreation

Try VR Games at Headrock VR

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More than just beaches and Universal Studios, Sentosa is also home to Headrock VR, which is one of the biggest VR theme parks in Southeast Asia.

At Headrock, you’ll get to explore VR experiences and games – eight to be exact, from balancing off a tall building to running away from gruesome zombies.

Once you’re done exploring the virtual reality world, your kids can also play at the children’s playground within the premises, called Hello My Dino! It’s a futuristic playground that brings together analogue and digital technology for a fun-filled experience and is great for younger children who might find the VR experiences too intense.

Location: 80 Siloso Road, Southside Blk B, #01-03, Singapore 098969

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Go Crazy With Paint At Splat Paint House

Have a colourful, crazy fun time with your kids at Splat Paint House where the space is dedicated to messing, expression, and play.

Enjoy free play with paint and a canvas and allow your child’s creativity to run free. If you and your kids need some help to kick-start those creative juices, there are hosts on hand to teach you techniques to get started.

Just remember to come in clothes you don’t mind getting dirty in, because trust us, you’ll get very dirty, we mean, colourful! The place provides shoe covers (phew!), hair nets, and gloves.

Location: 207A Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574346

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Dinoland Singapore

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Go on an immersive trek and venture into an indoor forest where life-sized dinosaurs roam.

Led by rangers, your kids will get up close to these incredible creatures and learn all about the different dinosaur species, their characteristics, and their fascinating lives millions of years ago.

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To make this adventure even more immersive, there will be a range of exciting activities that will transport your little ones directly into the world of dinosaurs.

They'll brave a river crossing, dig for ancient fossils and participate in many more exciting tasks.

Ages: 3 and up

Location: SAFRA Yishun, 60 Yishun Ave 4 #02-01 Singapore 769027

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Longkang Fish At FishBugis+

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Remember back in the day when you could catch fish in drains or small ponds?

If you want your kids to have a taste of these experiences, swing by Fish at Bugis+, Singapore’s only rooftop indoor prawn fishing pond and bar.

Kids can get to enjoy Longkang fishing, and catching fish with small nets, thanks to the outlet’s specially-created Longkang pond which comprises guppies, baby koi, goldfish, swordtail, tiger barb, redfish, molly, and even shrimp! If your kid enjoyed the experience, you can even book the pool out for their birthday party for them to fish with their friends!

Location: 201 Victoria Street #07-05, Bugis+ Shopping Centre, Singapore 188067

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Play Princess At The Tiara Society

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Has your little girl been bugging you to go to Disneyland? Did you know that Singapore has its very own royal-themed dress-up indoor playland where aspiring princesses can play dress-up, take photos, and pretend to be a princess for a day? No need to travel all the way to Disneyland for that!

It’s not just dress-up too. Tiara Society has a royalty-themed indoor playground where little girls (and boys who want to pretend they are princes!) could explore and imagine they’re a character in a fairy tale. Definitely remember to snap lots of photos for this place as every part of this location looks straight out of a storybook.

Location: 902 East Coast Parkway, Coastal Play Grove, #02-02, Singapore 449874

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Climbing at My Little Climbing Room

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Rock-climbing and bouldering have gotten extremely popular among the local crowd in the past few years and the little ones shouldn’t miss out!

My Little Climbing Room is an indoor climbing playground that’s designed and built just for kids (from 2 to 12 years old) so the walls are kept low on purpose, which makes it more kid-friendly and approachable.

Other features include a padded bouldering wall to protect children when they fall.

Believing that every child is born with the ability to climb, the founder of My Little Climbing Room, who is a climber and a father, is passionate about sharing the joy of climbing with children and to give them an active childhood.

Parents who want to help their child climb more can also sign up for guided fun climbs where they can drop their kids off.

Location: 183 Jalan Pelikat, Promenade @ Pelikat, #B1-101 Singapore 537643

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Snow, Surf and Skate at Trifecta

Asia's first snow, surf, and skate attraction is a dream come true for adventurous parents and your thrill-seeking kids.

Imagine perfect waves all year round, right in the heart of the city. Trifecta's Citywave deep-water stationary surf pool lets both beginners and seasoned riders experience the joy of surfing.

With the Ski Simulator and Freestyle Park, you can conquer the slopes anytime.

And at the skate bowl, you can enjoy skating and skateboarding with over 10 different features for endlees shredding - for free!

Don't forget to swing by the Ride Side Retail store after your adventures.

Stocked with the latest gear, apparel, and accessories handpicked by Trifecta's team of experienced riders, it's your one-stop-shop for all things snow, surf, and skate.

Not sure what to pick? Take advantage of their demo and rental options, and give the trendiest gear a spin before making a purchase.

Location: 10A Exeter Road Singapore 239958

Admission: Free to enter, purchase passes to play

Find out more on Trifecta's website

Indoor Skate At Hi Roller

Hi Roller is an indoor skating rink with a blast-from-the-past 80s vibe, that provides a fun, safe, and enjoyable environment for anyone who wants to learn to skate or is already a great skater.

The rink also has an academy that has skating classes for children of all ages and of all backgrounds.

If you’re not sure if skating is for your child, they also have a trial session for your kid (and you!) to give skating a go.

Location: 1 Pasir Ris Close, Level 5 E!Hub, Singapore 519599

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Outdoor Activities & Recreation

Fire Station Open House

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Come meet the brave firefighters and paramdics of SCDF and and discover how they handle emergencies.

The fire station visits are open to the public in 2 time slots every Saturday (9am-9:50am and 10am-10:50am) at selected fire stations:

  • Central
  • Alexandra
  • Clementi
  • Bishan
  • Marina Bay
  • Sentosa
  • Paya Lebar
  • Changi
  • Tampines
  • Kallang
  • Yishun
  • Ang Mo Kio
  • Sengkang
  • Punggol
  • Jurong
  • Tuas
  • Woodlands

During your visit to the fire station, you can look forward to learning about emergency vehicles and their capabilities, a demo on donning the full protective gear, a demo on using various equipment and appliances, and plenty of opportunities for photo-taking!

While walk-ins are alllowed, priority will be given to those with online bookings (the online booking form is only available on Mon-Fri from 9am-5pm, excluding Public Hoildays).

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See Singapore From Above At The SkyPark Observation Deck

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One of Singapore’s most iconic buildings and featured in star-studded movies like Crazy Rich Asians, Marina Bay Sands may be a tourist hotspot and most of us may have viewed it from afar.

But if you haven’t made your way up to its SkyPark Observation Deck 56 floors up, then you should with your kids!

From the Deck, you’ll see many famous local landmarks like Gardens By The Bay, Esplanade, and the Singapore Flyer.

Aside from enjoying the magnificent view, you can also use the visit to highlight the key Singapore spots in the civic district to your kids, and to even play a game of “I spy” as you look for landmarks from where you are.

Location: 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956

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Sentosa Sensoryscape

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Spanning 30,000 sqm, and stretching 350 metres from Resorts World Sentosa to Sentosa Island's beaches, the new Sentosa Sensoryscape is an immersive multi-sensory experience that blends nature, design, and technology.

Comprising 6 themed areas (Lookout Loop, Tactile Trellis, Scented Sphere, Symphony Streams, Palate Playground, Glow Garden), you'll be immersed in a nature inspired soundscape that combines digital light art and augmented reality to awaken all your senses and your imagination.

At night, Sentosa Sensoryscape transforms into a night-time spectacle.

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Unique to Southeast Asia, the mesmerising ImagiNite experience comes alive with light shows and digital floor projections across Sensoryscape.

Augmented reality further enhances your experience by weaving together the real and virtual environments, from Symphony Streams' enchanting underwater worlds to Palate Playground's playful light projections and Lookout Loop's dancing light beams.

Download the ImagiNite mobile app to experience the full splendour of Sentosa Sensoryscape.

Opening hours: 24 hours daily

ImagiNite: 7:50-9:40pm daily

Where: Imbiah Lookout

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The Palawan @ Sentosa by Shangri-La Group

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One of Sentosa's newest entertainment hubs is an 183,000 sq ft destination filled with exciting experiences for all ages.

Discover unique attractions, including HydroDash, a floating aqua park and obstacle course, HyperDrive, an electrifying go-kart circuit that combines real-life racing with virtual gaming on a three-level racetrack, and UltraGolf, an 18-hole mini golf course.

Hyper Drive (Image credit: The Palawan @ Sentosa)

Relax and soak up the sun while enjoying delicious food and drinks at the two beach clubs.

Splash Tribe is perfect for families, with a sandcastle-themed wet-play zone and infinity pool. Meanwhile, +Twelve offers a luxurious experience with 12 cabanas featuring private plunge pools and a main pool with a swim-up bar.

For food lovers, The Palawan Food Trucks are a must-visit with 10 iconic trucks serving comfort food and re-imagined classics from a variety of cuisines.

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Go Karting at KF1 Karting

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Experience the thrill of go-kart racing at Singapore's largest go kart circuit.

Designed by internationally acclaimed track designer Herman Tilke, the 960-metre long racing track boasts 18 challenging corners, an F1 inspired track lighting system, and a unique dual-directional feature that guarantees thrills with every race.

Safety is top priority and you will be riding in go-karts built with high quality Italian chassis known for their safety features and performance.

Adjustable pedals and 9-point seating positions ensure a perfect fit and optimum racing position for all drivers.

Minimum height: Karters must be at least 140 cm tall

Location: KF1 Karting Circuit, 1 Turf Club Ave 738078

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Fly Kites At Marina Barrage

Sometimes all your kids need after a whole semester of studying is some good fun in the sun over the holidays.

Flying kites while having a picnic is a great way to destress, bond as a family, and also get some fresh air!

The activity is extremely affordable (you just need to get a kite and some snacks) plus you can do it at almost any park, though you should take note that you can only fly in areas away from airports and your kite should go no higher than 60 metres!

One of the best places to do this is Marina Barrage where you’ll probably rub shoulders with many other kite-flyers, some of whom are very experienced and have flown for years. There’s even a kite shop on the first floor of Marina Barrage (Barrage Cove) – so you can just turn up empty-handed and get your kite there!

Location: 8 Marina Gardens Drive, Marina Barrage, Singapore 018951

Fish at D'Best Fishing at Pasir Ris

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Located within Pasir Ris Town Park, DBest Fishing claims to be Southeast Asia’s biggest seawater pay pond with its pond stretching 5 hectares, and one of the top recreational destinations in Singapore.

It has a long history, being around since 1988, and is a favourite spot among anglers, whether they’re amateurs or professionals.

If fishing isn’t your thing, you can also try prawning and trying to catch a crab or lobster. If you worry about your kids not being able to head home with a catch, the place even has a Sure Catch Pond, which is great for beginners, because you can take all the time you want, and only pay if you catch a fish. (Yes, you heard us right, you don’t get charged if you can’t catch anything!)

Location: 90 Pasir Ris Central, Singapore 519635

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Museums & Exhibitions

Explore a Museum Specially for Kids at the Children's Museum Singapore

The Children's Museum Singapore is the first museum in Singapore dedicated specifically to children aged 12 years old and under.

At the Museum, kids can explore the wonders of Singapore's rich culture and heritage by engaging in highly interactive exhibits.

Children will be introduced to the world of museums through creative experiential learning activities in a safe yet interesting environment.

The Museum features four permanent galleries on the first floor with activities and displays tailored for kids. There will be plenty of tactile opportunities that challenge kids to think creatively, develop their intellectual capabilities, and learn more about Singapore.

On the second floor, you'll find three special galleries with new experiences and adventures that will be refreshed regularly.

Children will have access to a wide variety of hands-on exhibits that absolutely encourage touching for a participatory learning experience.

This is a kids space to let their imaginations go wild!

Opening hours: 9am - 6pm, Tuesday - Sunday (closed on Mondays)

Location: 23-B Coleman Street Singapore 179807

Tickets: Free entry for all from 13 December 2022 onwards until 31 March 2023.

Due to limited capacity, visitors are strongly encouraged to book tickets online in advance or you may not be able to enter if the museum is full.

Adults must be accompanied by a child.

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Discover New Things at the Changi Experience Studio

If you prefer to do something more educational with the kids, just one floor down from Canopy Park is the Changi Experience Studio, where your kids can learn about the history of Changi Airport, how it came about, and even dive into airport operations, playing games that mimic the different functions at Changi Airport.

I don’t know about you, but that sounds like something even adults may find intriguing!

You’ll even get to try out Amazing Runway, a multiplayer game where you and your family members can sit on stationary bikes and try to out-race each other in team Porsche or team Boeing, a throwback to the time Changi Airport closed an airport runway in 2009 for a Porsche car to race against the Boeing jet plane.

Changi Experience Studio
Image: Runway race

If your children are too small to be on the bikes, they can also try their hand at the hand grinder machines and use their arms to pedal their way to victory!

Location: Level 4, Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819666

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Be Immersed in Singapore's History at the National Museum of Singapore

The oldest museum in Singapore, the National Museum of Singapore has lots to offer kids since it brings history to life through fascinating and immersive displays.

These exhibits will appeal particularly to children:

Singapore History Gallery - Shows the evolution of Singapore over time.

Growing Up - See what life in Singapore was like throughout the turbulent 1950s and 1960s.

Story of the Forest - Created by Japanese digital art collective teamLab, 69 drawings from the William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings have been transformed into three dimensional animations, resulting in a magical world that invites visitors to interact with the creatures, flowers, and plants up close.

Story of the Forest

Throughout the year, the museum also offers a variety of family programmes such as tours, inter-generational workshops, and sensory playdates.

Where: 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897

Admission: Free for Singaporeans and PRs

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Introduce Kids to Art at the Keppel Centre for Art Education - National Gallery Singapore

Art and wonder come together at the Keppel Centre for Art Education.

The Centre is a child's dream come true, with seven distinct zones designed to cater to children aged 4 – 12.

Each zone is a welcoming and nurturing space where kids can explore the captivating world of art through play and creativity.

They will be taken on a journey of discovery from mind-blowing digital art to immersive sensory play and mind-bending 3D works.

Play is not just an activity here; it's a way of learning.

Children are encouraged to explore, discover, and make personal connections while learning about art.

Whether it's creating unique 3D sculptures, role-playing, or interacting with an immersive multimedia space, kids are given the freedom to express themselves in imaginative and creative ways.

They'll get hands-on exposure to the seven core elements of art: space, form, colour, texture, line, shape, and value.

Plus with a range of drop-in activities and facilitated workshops, children can develop essential skills like imagination, critical thinking, and visual literacy.

And all of this is totally free!

Where: National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew's Road Singapore 178957, City Hall Wing, Level 1

Opening hours: 10am-6:45pm

Admission: Free for all

Pre-bookings for a 1 hour 15 min time slot are encouraged during peak periods such as school holiday periods.

Walk-ins are welcome as well, subject to availability.

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Take in interactive exhibitions at the ArtScience Museum

The ArtScience Museum isn't your ordinary museum, it's a playground of art, science, culture, and technology that will inspire parents and children alike.

Housed in an iconic lotus flower shaped structure, the ArtScience Museum is a gem in Singapore's skyline.

But the real magic happens insides, with 21 gallery spaces covering nearly 5,000 square metres,

Permanent exhibitions include Future World, a collaboration with renowned Japanese digital art collective teamLab.

Future World

At Future World, art, science, and magic converge into a captivating interactive exhibition that parents and kids will adore.

Watch the joy and wonder on your child's faces as they immerse themselves in this enchanting world, sliding down a colourful fruit field, hopping on the Creative Hopscotch, and interacting with the Light Ball Orchestra.

Location: 6 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018974

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See Dinosaur Fossils At Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

Image: Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

Does your child love dinosaurs or all things fossils? Then you’ll be pleased to know that we have three diplodocid sauropod fossils on our very island – right at the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum. These dinosaurs were believed to be one of the largest and heaviest animals to walk the earth and their fossils were found in a quarry in the US.

There are other slices of Singapore’s natural history to explore in the museum, including a specimen of a 10.6-metre-long sperm whale that was found dead off Jurong Island, as well as a part of the Changi tree, which gave the precinct its name. We’re sure you’ll be able to spend a whole afternoon at the museum with your kids, as you explore the 2,000 natural history exhibits and read the many stories on display.

Location: 2 Conservatory Dr Singapore 117377

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Explore the World of Science at Science Centre Singapore and KidsSTOP

The Science Centre Singapore has the largest collection of educational resources dedicated to science in Singapore, with over a thousand interactive displays spread across 20 permanent exhibitions,

Don't miss the spectacular Tesla Coil presentation and the Fire Tornado Show, which take play everyday.

Then, at Waterworks, learn about the importance of water and get ready to get wet in the water play area.

Watch immersive movies and planetarium shows at the Omni-Theatre, Southeast Asia's first 8K 3D Digital Dome Theatre.

Younger kids can head over to KidsSTOP, the dedicated Children's Science Centre for kids aged 8 and under.

Here, a 3,000 square metre gallery with over 20 displays expose children to ideas in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Themed zones such as Flight & Space, Nature, and Supermarket provide lots of hands-on activities for children to learn through interactive play.

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Pose with Stars At Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds Singapore

Madame Tussauds is known for its wax figurines of famous people and celebrities, but it’s also home to many different experiences such as Images of Singapore, Ultimate Film Star Experience, and the hot-favourite Marvel Universe 4D, where you’ll get to feel the effects like you would in a Marvel movie!

At the museum, come face to face with over 80 of the world's most famous sports stars, celebrities in music, film, and TV, as well as world leaders including Stefanie Sun, JJ Lin, Nicole Kidman, Taylor Swift, Johnny Depp, and Ronaldo.

And don't miss out on the exclusive Harry Styles figure, the only one in all of Asia!

There’s even a K-Zone where those who love their Korean celebrities can take photos with their favourite Oppas.

Feel like a superstar in the Ultimate Film Star zone, where you'll step into the glamorous world of the Indian film industry.

Madame Tussauds Singapore

Join forces with your favourite Marvel Avengers cast and fight alongside them in the only Marvel universe 4D movie experience in Asia.

Madame Tussauds Singapore is the only Madame Tussauds attraction that offers a water ride.

Hop aboard the "Spirit of Singapore" and embark on a magical journey celebrating the iconic sights and rich history of Singapore.

Location: 40 Imbiah Road Imbiah Lookout, Sentosa Singapore, 099700

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Madame Tussauds Singapore


Take Funky Photos At Trick Eye Museum

Image credit: Trick Eye Museum

Singapore now has its very own Trick Eye Museum where families can go for a full day of fun and photos. Enjoy having your eyes tricked by the multiple optical illusions on display, and have hours of fun as you and your kids try to pose as if you’re part of these intriguing pieces of artwork.

Your children will also have a lot of fun exploring as there’s no such policy as “do not touch” at the Trick Eye Museum. Besides 3D optical illusions, there are even 4D-style images where the trick will be even more surreal when you look at it through your camera or mobile screes. Don’t believe us? Go down and take a look with your kids and see for yourselves!

Location: 80 Siloso Road, Southside, Blk B #01-04 Singapore 098969

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Guns Operations Room, Image credit: Battlebox

Immerse yourself in history at the Battlebox, Singapore's only operational World War II bunker.

This historic site served as the headquarters for the Allied forces during the Malayan Campaign and was where the decision to surrender Singapore to the Japanese was made.

Today, the Battlebox offers a glimpse into the past with rooms meticulously restored based on historical records.

Surrender Conference Room, Image credit: Battlebox

Highlights include the Surrender Conference Room, brought back to life in all its wartime gravity.

Informative texts and photographs throughout the bunker provide insights into the experiences of those who worked there and key aspects of the campaign and occupation.

It's a unique journey into a pivotal part of Singapore's history.

Ages: Recommended for ages 9 and above

Opening hours: Wednesdays – Sundays

  • 0930 – 1230 (last entry 1130)
  • 1400 – 1700 (last entry 1600)

Location: Fort Canning Park, 2 Cox Terrace 179622

Admission: While admission is free, pre-registration of tickets online is required.

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Museum of Ice Cream

Embark on a magical journey through a delectable wonderland that celebrates the joy of ice cream!

Imagine stepping into a vibrant, interactive haven brimming with contemporary art, where every corner is a sensory delight just waiting to be captured on camera.

This whimsical wonderland will send your senses into overdrive with 14 mesmerizing themed exhibits filled to the brim with delightful surprises and sweet treats.

Explore the immersive rooms, each with a unique theme and playful experiences.

Add a cherry on top with fun activities led by the talented Museum of Ice Cream guides!

Where: 100 Loewen Road, Dempsey, Singapore 248837


  • From $38 per pax
  • Free for children aged 2 years and younger

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Parks & Nature

Explore the Lush Gardens of Gardens by the Bay

Soak in the splendor of nature at the numerous attractions here from the chilled conservatories to the Supertree Observatories and stunning outdoor gardens.

Gardens by the Bay is a paradise for nature lovers with lush foliage, magnificent flower displays, and surreal architecture and artworks.

In the evenings, visitors can enjoy Garden Rhapsody, a mesmerizing experience of music and lights amidst the Supertrees.

Happening twice daily, Garden Rhapsody presents a captivating show featuring dazzling light choreography accompanied by specially created musical soundtracks.

Location: 18 Marina Gardens Drive Singapore 018953

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Singapore Botanic Gardens

The Singapore Botanic Gardens is Singapore's oldest garden and the country's first UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Gardens' expansive grounds is a popular spot for a leisurely stroll, picnic, or recreational activities.

It's also a wonderful location for kids to learn about plants and gardening while also admiring nature's beauty.

Parents with young kids will want to make a stop at Jacob Ballas Children's Garden, the biggest garden in Asia that is dedicated to kids.

Other highlights include the National Orchid Garden where over 1,000 species of orchids bloom, and the Ginger Garden, which displays several hundred species of ginger, set within a picturesque grounds with a waterfall and pool filled with giant Amazon lilies.

Location: 1 Cluny Road Singapore 259569

Admission: Free

Go Island Hopping at Lazarus and St John's Island

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city into the lush environment of Lazarus and St John's Island.

The islands' tranquility is only a 20-minute boat trip away.

Explore the beaches and greenery on the islands, soak in the sea, go fishing, have a picnic, or fire up the grill for a BBQ.

At the Lazarus Sea Sports Centre, you can enjoy non-motorised water sports such as stand-up paddling, kayaking, and sea bicycling.

Over at Sol by Bespoke Dining Club, you'll also fnd a curated selection of necessities, groceries, and food and beverage options, including microwavable ready-to-eat meals and ready-to-grill food items that you can purchase along with barbeque pits

There are several ways you can get to the islands, ranging from ferries to private yacht excursions:

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Nature Walks with Young Nautilus

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Explore the fascinating marine life and coastal habitats in our backyards in these small group nature walks with Young Nautilus.

Young Nautilus' Nature Walks are meticulously crafted to provide a close-up encounter with the diverse array of plants and animals that call our coastlines home.

Under the guidance of passionate educators, you'll discover amazing animals such as hermit crabs, mudskippers, seastars, slugs, and many other species of marine animals that have made the intertidal zone their home.

With their wealth of knowledge and infectious enthusiasm, they'll spark curiousty and ignite a love for nature in your kids.

It's like bringing their biology textbook to life!

Where: Various locations such as Pasir Ris Park Mangroves, Changi Sandy Intertidal, Sungei Buloh Wetland, and Coney Island Intertidal.

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Engage In Nature Play At Wildlings

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Spend time outdoors with your child, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, at Wildlings, where children are invited to climb, jump, dig, ride, throw, kick, balance, swing, and play, among many other movements, in this wild and outdoor location.

Wildlings also recommends that technology be put away or used discreetly at its tropical Forest School. They hope to instill agency in every child regarding their playtime and are strong advocates of giving children the time to play and explore in the great outdoors.

Location: 27A Loewen Road, Singapore 248839

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Unique Staycations

The Bus Collective

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Buckle up for an extraordinary staycation experience at Southeast Asia's first resort hotel using repurposed buses.

This groundbreaking venture is brought to you by WTS Travel and their partners, who have breathed new life into 20 decommissioned public buses by transforming them into suites that promise an unique getaway.

Nestled in the heart of Changi Village on a sprawling 8,600 square metres of land, The Bus Collective is a blend of comfort and sophistication.

Image credit: The Bus Collective

Suites boast features such as marble tops, revitalizing rain showers, and plush beds, with some rooms even flaunting lavish bathtubs.

Its strategic location serves as a gateway to the lively Changi Village, where guests have a leisurely stroll along the serence Changi East Boardwalk or dive into history at the Changi Chapel Museum.

To ensure a smooth and deilghtful experience, The Bull Collective features an on-site Experiences Centre.

From managing airport transfer arrangements to renting bicycles for a village tour, organizing engaging fitness classes or mental wellness workshops, or scheduling exciting tours and reservations - the dedicated team is always ready to assist.

Location: 5 Telok Paku Road, Singapore 508883

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Tiny Away Escape @ Lazarus Island

Take a trip to Lazarus Island and discover your own hidden paradise with Tiny Away Escape.

Nestled in Singapore's Southern Islands, this eco-tourism spot offers a collection of five beautifully tiny houses, each designed with its own unique theme by eco-tourism company Big Tiny.

Bring the family and escape from the city to one of Singapore's longest and cleanest stretches of white sand.

Enjoy creature comforts such as split air conditioning, cutlery and microwave provided kitchenettes, and bathroom facilities and amenities.

The cozy accommodations can fit 2-3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children comfortably and include a queen-sized bed and a sofa bed.

You'll love this home away from home experience where adventure awaits under beautiful skies day or night!

From: $284 per night

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Glamping with the penguins

Image credit: Mandai Wildlife Group

Experience the ultimate adventure in Bird Paradise with the one-of-a-kind Glamping with the penguins!

Get ready for thrilling bird encounters and exciting guided tours throughout the day.

And when night falls, relax in absolute luxury inside your own air-conditioned tent (big enough for a family of 4), overlooking the enchanting Southern Lights at Ocean Network Express Penguin Cove!

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