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Things to do with kids this week in Singapore (May 16-22)

Things to do with kids this week in Singapore (May 16-22)

Updated:
May 21, 2022

Need some ideas for where to go with the family and things to do with kids this week in Singapore?

Our weekly guide's got you covered with the latest places to go, events for kids, and some suggestions for kids activities this weekend.

For this week, catch a spectacular night show at Sentosa, go on Traveller Character tours of the National Museum, party like a rock star at Hard Rock Hotel Singapore, and more!

***We update this list regularly so make sure you bookmark this article for more activities with kids!***

Featured Activities this Week (Click to jump ahead)

1. Wings of Time Night Show at Sentosa Reopens

2. Traveller Character Tours by National Museum of Singapore

3. Top Gun: Maverick - A Light, Water & Pyrotechnic Extravanganza

4. Hard Rock Hotel Singapore Reopens

5. Guided Heritage Tour @ Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

6. Rangoli Making with Vijaya Mohan

7. Wan Qing Dragon Boat Festival 2022

Promos and Deals

1. Universal Studios Triple Thrills Pass

What's Upcoming

1. Children's Festival - Around the World with Kiztopia at Gardens by the Bay

2. Edufest Hybrid Educational Virtual Event

3. June Camp 1N @ Singapore Discovery Centre

4. Dinosaur Invasion at UE Square

5. Tiny Builders at Rochester Mall

Popular Activities

1. Let's Play at D'Marquee Indoor Playground

2. The World of Nickelodeon Singapore

3. Jumptopia Wonder Garden at Gardens by the Bay

4. KF1 Kart Ride Kids Circuit at Star Vista

5. Brickman Wonders of the World

6. SkyHelix Sentosa

7. Play @ Heights Park: Water Park & Sand Playground at Toa Payoh

8. Pan Pacific Singapore Urban Jungle Adventure

More Things to Do - Previously featured events and activities that are still ongoing

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11 Apr 2022 - 15 May 2022

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Featured activities this week

1. Wings of Time Night Show at Sentosa Reopens

After a 2 year closure due to COVID, the iconic Wings of Time night show in Sentosa is reopening again on 18 May!

The reopened Wings of Time show will boast 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!

Tickets are on sale at $18 and shows will take place once or twice nightly from 18 May - 29 Jun 2022.

Local visitors can also purchase a Wings of Time + Good Old Days Value Set Meal at $18 (worth at least $29.80).

Before the event, head down to Siloso Beach and tuck into a meal at the Halal-certified Good Old Days Food Court & Western Grill, which is just a short walk from Wings of Time.

Location: Beach Station, Sentosa

Show Timings:

  • Mon-Fri: 7:30pm
  • Saturdays, Sundays, Eve of Public Holidays, Public Holidays: 7:30pm, 8:30pm

Tickets: $18

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2. Traveller Character Tours by National Museum of Singapore

Image: National Museum of Singapore

Travel back in time to the 1920s as a character from Singapore's booming cosmopolitan port city, pursuing business possibilities, visiting the streets, or simply looking for a new life.

You will even have the opportunity to put yourself in the shoes of a wealthy investor when a merchant invites you to invest in Singapore.

Date: 21 May 2022

Time: 

  • 10:30am - 11am
  • 2pm-2:30pm

Tickets: $8

Location: Modern Colony (Level 2), National Museum of Singapore

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3. Top Gun: Maverick - A Light, Water & Pyrotechnic Extravanganza

Feel the need for speed as Marina Bay Sands and United International Pictures (UIP) collaborate in a multi-media showcase on 21 May (Sat), in conjunction with the Singapore premiere of Top Gun: Maverick.

Top Gun: Maverick – A Light, Water, & Pyrotechnic Extravaganza is a 10-minute spectacle in which Spectra, Marina Bay Sands' nightly multimedia light and water show, will be turned into a Top Gun-themed display with coordinated pyrotechnics.

The show will be set to the Top Gun soundtrack featuring Lady Gaga's new single "Hold my Hand".

Viewers will be captivated by a visual extravaganza that incorporates cutting-edge lasers, lighting, dynamic water effects and exciting sequences from the upcoming movie.

Marina Bay Sands and ArtScience Museum will also be lit up with Top Gun projection mappings.

Date: 21 May (Sat)

Programme schedule:

  • 8pm - Spectra
  • 8:30pm - Top Gun-themed light & water show with pyrotechnic display
  • 9pm - Spectra
  • 9:30pm - Top Gun-themed light & water show without pyrotechnics display

Location: Marina Bay Sands, Event Plaza

Admission: Free

More information on Marina Bay Sands' website.

4. Hard Rock Hotel Singapore Reopens

Image credit: Resorts World Sentosa

Hard Rock Hotel Singapore is reopening again after its closure due to COVID!

Live like a rock star at Hard Rock Hotel which offers an escape from the everyday.

The hotel is just minutes away from the attractions at Resorts World Sentosa. After a day of exploring, it's the perfect place to relax and recharge.

There's nothing like a swim in the tropically landscaped pool which also features a bar where you can kickback and enjoy a rock inspired cocktail.

And when it's Happy Hour, head over to the Rock Bar and rock out to great music accompanied by rock-inspired cocktails.

Guests receive complimentary Sentosa Express Passes, giving you easy access to the Mainland as well as everything that Sentosa offers.

Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway Singapore 098269

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Looking for more staycation ideas? Check out our staycation guides

5. Guided Heritage Tour @ Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

Go on a guided gallery tour of the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, led by the museum's volunteer docents.

You'll be immersed in Singapore's natural heritage as you go on a trip through the museum's past and present.

It's a great opportunity to learn about Singapore's sole natural history museum which houses over a million specimens, artifacts, field notes, drawings, and pictures from Southeast Asia.

The museum is also a leader in Southeast Asian biodiversity research, teaching, and outreach.

Dates:

  • 17 May
  • 18 May
  • 19 May
  • 20 May
  • 24 May
  • 25 May
  • 26 May
  • 27 May

Time: 2:30-3:30pm

Location: Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, 2 Conservatory Drive Singapore 117377

Tickets: 

  • Adults: $15
  • Child/Student/Senior Citizen/NSF: $8

Ticket prices for non-Singaporeans differs.

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6. Rangoli Making with Vijaya Mohan

Rangoli is a multicolored floor design that represents wealth, joy, and success, as well as gratitude to deities.

It's an Indian art form that was brought to Singapore by Indian migrants who settled here.

Join in this workshop where you learn about the origins, components, and evolution of Rangoli in Singapore.

You''ll also get to make your very own Rangoli to take home!

Dates:

  • 21 May
  • 22 May
  • 29 May

Time: 2pm-3:30pm

Location: National Museum of Singapore, Level 3 Explore Room

Tickets: $25

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7. Wan Qing Dragon Boat Festival 2022

Image credit: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall (photo taken pre-COVID)

From 21 May - 3 Jun 2022, join the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall (SYSNMH) for a variety of exciting activities to celebrate Chinese arts, culture, and legacy at the Wan Qing Dragon Boat Festival 2022.

During the weekend open house (28 and 29 May), you can learn about the history and traditions of the Dragon Boat Festival, one of the world's oldest cultural festivals, and celebrate the festival's rich historical and cultural significance with a lineup of live performances, cultural workshops, heritage walking tours, storytelling sessions, and more.

Throughout the event, there will also be lots of festival-related digital material on SYSNMH's website as well as its Facebook Page.

Date: 21 May - 3 Jun 2022

Time: 10am-7pm

Admission: Free

Location: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall

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Promos & Deals

1. Triple the fun with the Universal Studios Triple Thrills Pass

Image credit: Resorts World Sentosa

Universal Studios has Launched the Triple Thrills Pass where you'll get triple the fun when you visit!

With the all-new Triple Thrills Pass, guests will:

  • Enjoy 3 visits in 3 months
  • Skip the queue for 3 rides on each visit
  • Look forward to 3 special experiences of your choice.

Triple Thrills Passholders can select from 3 special experiences ranging from dining experiences to backstage passes and special meet and greet sessions.

  • Chill Out at the exclusive Star Lounge in KT's Grill and enjoy snacks and refreshing cocktails.
  • Get access to Universal Studio Singapore's back-of-house areas to learn all about the physics behind the park's famous rides.
  • Tuck into a special menu of character-themed creations, developed specially for Triple Thrills Passholders.
  • Indulge in supersized Jumbo Thrills desserts and tapas platters at Loui's Pizza Parlour. Choose from a selection of waffle stacks or juicy chicken lollipops accompanied with a glass of champagne or mocktail.
  • Enjoy a special meet and greet session with the stars and be ready to laugh out loud with the exclusive entertainment prepared just for you.
Image credit: Resorts World Sentosa

The Triple Thrills Pass is available for $388 per person from 1 Apr - 31 Jul 2022, for visits from 1 May - 30 Sep 2022.

The first 100 Triple Thrills-seekers will also receive an invitation to an exclusive event where you will enjoy an additional visit to Universal Studios Singapore!

Get the Triple Thrills Pass

What's upcoming

1. Children's Festival - Around the World with Kiztopia at Gardens by the Bay

Image credit: Kiztopia

From 28 May to 19 Jun 2022, 8 specially designed giant inflatables installations measuring up to 12.5 metres tall will be popping up at Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay

The Kiztopia Friends will be travelling the world in their hot air balloons, with each Instagram-worthy inflatable depicting a nation (such as Singapore, Australia, Japan, Kenya, Thailand, and The Netherlands) from where the fun-loving characters have "flown in" from.

The inflatables also bear prominent sites such as Mount Fuji, the Sydney Opera House, and Gardens by the Bay in Singapore.

Visitors can even "board" two of the hot air balloons to take photographs.

Tiger in Singapore (Image credit: Kiztopia)

In addition to the giant inflatables where admission is free, there will be 2 ticketed zones at the event, Happy's Craft World and Tiger's Sports Arena.

Happy's Craft World provides clay art painting, scratch painting, and 3D puzzle assembly of animals and iconic places associated with the nations. You can take home the final product as souvenirs.

Tiger's Sports Arena has five inflatables of sports carnival activities, including basketball, ring throw, soccer, baseball and golf, that are ideal for the little ones aged four and up seeking for some fun and activity in the sun.

Earn points and collect stamps to redeem a goodie bag full of tasty snacks!

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2. Edufest Hybrid Educational Virtual Event

Image credit: Edufest

Edufest Singapore is holding the 1st hybrid educational virtual event in Singapore from 27-29 May 2022!

Learn about various enrichment programs through the virtual environment anytime and anywhere.

There'll be games, activities, live talks, forums, webinars, educators' virtual booths, EDUTour, gift redemptions and more.

You'll also receive a goodie bag worth $300+ when you register and visit the virtual event during the event period!

Date: 27-29 May

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3. June Camp 1N @ Singapore Discovery Centre

Image credit: Singapore Discovery Centre

Back by popular demand for the June Holidays, go on a 2D1N escapade at the Singapore Discovery Centre (SDC) with fun filled experiences in the day and an exciting mission trail at night.

Highlights:

  • 'Army Days' experience (basha tent pitching, field cooking, night mission trail
  • Enjoy signature experiences at the Singapore Discovery Centre such as Black Lake Laser Battlefield, Black Lake Facility, XD Theatre, Pedal Boat
  • Mini BBQ by the Discovery Lake
  • Eco-Sustainability Guided Tour
  • Dinner and breakfast at Bottle Tree Cafe Restaurant
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Previous runs have all sold out so make sure you book early!

Date: 30 May - 24 June 2022

Price: 

  • "Shiok" Camping Experience (Indoor tents): $499 (SDC Members), $599 (non-members)
  • "Chio" Outdoor Glamping Experience (Indoor Camping by the Discovery Lake): $699 (SDC Members), $799 (non-members)

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4. Dinosaur Invasion at UE Square

Image credit: UE Square

Rawr! Dinosaurs are taking over UE Square this June holidays!

On 4 Jun 2022, experience a dinosaur adventure land at UE Square with a whole lineup of fun dinosaur themed events and activities.

Walk amongst these prehistoric creatures, play exciting games, watch interactive shows, and participate in fun workshops.

Look out for special appearances from Tyra the Mummy T-Rex and a chance to get an up-close encounter with the walking dinosaur!

You won’t want to miss the chance to watch a Dino Hatchling show too!

What's more, you'll get to redeem an exclusive Ranger Goodie Pack when you complete and earn stamps from the activities.

Best of all, the event is FREE (with registration)!

Date: Saturday, 4 Jun 2022

Time: 12pm-5pm

Location: UE Square, 81 Clemenceau Avenue Singapore 239917

Admission: Free entry with registration on-site. Simply provide your name and email address and follow UE Square Facebook Page.

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Image credit: UE Square

5. Tiny Builders at Rochester Mall

Image credit: Rochester Mall

Rochester Mall will be turned into a mini construction site just for kids on 11 Jun 2022.

Grab your hard hats and safety vests, and be prepared for a day of fun!

Kids will have plenty of activities to look forward to from operating mini excavators and wrecking balls, to participating in exciting games and workshops.

The event is FREE with registration.

You'll even get to redeem an exclusive Builder Pack when you complete and earn stamps from some of the activities!

Date: Saturday, 11 Jun 2022

Time: 12pm-5pm

Location: Rochester Mall, 35 Rochester Drive Singapore 138639

Admission: Free entry with registration on-site. Simply provide your name and email address and follow Rochester Mall Facebook Page.

Builder Pack Redemption: First-come-first-served basis, limited to first 300 participants

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Image credit: Rochester Mall

Popular Activities

1. Let's Play at D'Marquee Indoor Playground

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From 7 May - 26 June 2022, Let's Play @ D'Marquee will be popping up at Downtown East with a 17,000 sq ft indoor playground that's filled with 14 different attractions!

Look forward to these fun activities:

  • 8 themed inflatable obstacle courses
  • Ball pits
  • Bouncy Challenge
  • King Kong Robot game
  • VR Shooting game
  • Mini Dinosaur ride
  • Sandpit

Tickets from $28

Location: D'Marquee at Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close Singapore 519599

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2. The World of Nickelodeon Singapore

The first ever Nickelodeon themed entertainment centre has opened in Singapore!

Your favorite Nickelodeon Characters such as SpongeBob SquarePants, PAW Patrol, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Dora the Explorer come alive in this immersive indoor play centre.

The World of Nickelodeon is packed with amazing play features and fun filled games for the whole family to enjoy such as bumper cars, mini train, Slime Lounge, interactive games, obstacle courses, Bubble Room and ball pits.

Strike up a pose with the Nickelodeon characters and props.

There will also be meet and greets where you can get up close to a surprise Nickelodeon character!

Date: 26 Feb - 19 Jun 2022

Opening Hours: Daily from 10am-10pm

Tickets:

  • Weekday (Mon-Thur): $32
  • Weekend (Fri-Sun, Eve PH & PH): $36

Ticket prices are the same for adults and kids.

Location: Let's Play @ #03-208/209 Marina Square

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3. Jumptopia Wonder Garden at Gardens by the Bay

Jumptopia has arrived at its newest destination at Gardens by the Bay!

Spread over 8,600 sq ft of indoor air-conditioned space at the Bayfront Pavilion, You'll be entering an exciting bouncy castle land featuring 8 garden-themed bouncy castles.

Suitable for all ages, it's a great family adventure that promises loads of bouncy fun, photo opportunities, and exclusive souvenirs.

Parents can also look forward to a Kith Cafe where you'll enjoy taste bites and drinks!

Date: 20 Dec 2021 - 3 Jul 2022

Opening Hours: Daily from 10am-7:45pm

Admission: $18

Location: Bayfront Pavilion, Gardens by the Bay

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4. KF1 Kart Ride Kids Circuit at Star Vista

Image credit: Star Vista

Experience the thrill of karting at a pop-up kid friendly racing circuit at Star Vista.

Spend a minimum of $100 to redeem a KF1 Kart Ride ticket worth $15 (limited to first 50 redemptions per weekday, not applicable on Sat, Sun, and public holidays).

Date: 6 May - 10 Jul 2022

Operating hours:

  • Mon-Fri 1pm-9pm
  • Sat, Sun, PH: 10am-9pm

Location: The Star Vista, The Star Plaza, Basement 1

Tickets: $15 per ride, $35 for 3 rides

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5. Brickman Wonders of the World

Be amazed by this jaw dropping exhibition of 50 large LEGO exhibits featuring the world's most iconic landmarks such as the Great Pyramid of Giza, Leaning Tower of Pisa, Taj Mahal, and our very own Merlion.

The exhibits were built using over 1.4 million LEGO bricks weighing over 1.4 tonnes!

You'll also see intricate exhibits including the ginormous Tokyo Subway Map, RHS Titanic, and Volkswagen Beetle Car.

The level of detail in the exhibits are just mind blowing!

In addition, one million LEGO Bricks will be scattered throughout the various play-table stations for visitors to construct their own unique creations, making this a truly imaginative experience.

Date: 25 Mar - 3 Jul 2022

Location: Science Centre Singapore

Tickets: $23

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6. SkyHelix Sentosa

Opening to the public on 15 December, SkyHelix Sentosa is Singapore's highest open-air panoramic ride.

Enjoy 360 degree views of Sentosa with the wind in your hair and your feet dangling in the air. It's quite an experience! ⁠

Plus you get to enjoy food and drinks on the ride as you soak in the amazing views in a gondola that rotates 35 metres above ground.

Location: 41 Imbiah Road Singapore 099707

Tickets:

  • Adults: $18
  • Children (ages 4-12): $15

Each ticket will be bundled with a choice of one standard non-alcoholic beverage or an exclusive SkyHelix Sentosa souvenir.

From 15-19 Dec, you'll also get a complimentary Haagen-Dazs ice cream mini cup with each ticket as a special opening week treat.

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7. Play @ Heights Park: Water Park & Sand Playground at Toa Payoh

When the weather heats up, head to this new water playground at Toa Payoh.

Cool off amidst water jets, fountains, and a little splashing stream.

Kids will love running under the water sprinklers or trying to dodge the water cannons.

And it's all free!

Bring your sand toys as well as just next to the water playground is a sand playground complete with swings and a flying fox zipline.

Operating hours: 

  • Water Playground: 8am-9pm
  • Park: 24 hours

Location: Blk 144 Toa Payoh Lorong 2

8. Pan Pacific Singapore Urban Jungle Adventure

Image credit: Pan Pacific Singapore

It's family fun time at Pan Pacific Singapore with the launch of a new children's play area and jungle themed family suites.

Kids can look forward to the Urban Jungle Village, an indoor playground with seven activity zones such as Jungle Village, Fishing on the Tree, Interactive Games Station, Safari Trail, Forest Library, Explorer Den, and Cave Climber.

Families will love the spacious Urban Jungle Suites (76 sqm), with a jungle themed room for the kids, and a luxurious main bedroom for parents.

Image credit: Pan Pacific Singapore

Date: 4 Feb - 30 Dec 2022

Location: 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square Singapore 039595

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More Things to Do (Previously featured events and activities that are still ongoing)

Rose Romance - Gardens by the Bay

Image credit: Gardens by the Bay

Presented in collaboration with the Embassy of Italy in Singapore, Rose Romance transports you to an exquisite Italian summer overflowing with roses.

The floral exhibit honors the queen of flowers with a variety of rose species in a landscape scene inspired by Italy, including the small, twisting alleyways of Italian cities, and the rustic vibe of its countryside.

In honor of the Italian origins of Romeo and Juliet, one of the most lasting love stories of all time, a replica of Verona's famed Juliet balcony will also be available for couples to recreate the famous scene from the play!

Date: 13 May - 12 Jun 2022

Operating hours: 9am-9pm

Location: Flower Dome

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Cultural Extravaganza 2022

Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC) brings the Cultural Extravaganza back for its 5th year.

Taking place from 13 May to 19 Jun 2022, this year's festival lineup will include notable local art groups such as Bhaskar's Arts Academy, Nine Years Theatre, T.H.E Dance Company, TENG ensemble, Jazz Association (Singapore), Ding Yi Music Company, and PLAYinc.

Look out for 14 digital and on-site programmes over 38 days, ranging from musicals, concerts, interactive exhibitions, and dance productions.

Cultural Extravaganza 2022 will bring together artists from many genres to explore the connections of cultures, art forms, and generations.

The event will offer both free and ticketed events with tickets available on SISTIC.

More information on the SCCC microsite

Heritage Hunt @ Bugis Street

Image credit: Tribe Tours

Go on a Heritage Scavenger Hunt Quest of Bugis Street created by award winning boutique travel firm, Tribe Tours.

Through a series of selected activities with pictorial clues and stories, you'll embark on a fun-filled trip to uncover the rich legacy of the Bugis Precinct.

Discover Historical Streets like Hylam, Malay, and Bugis Street, learn the tales behind heritage foods like egg tarts and traditional pastry, and explore Heritage Buildings at Waterloo Street.

Dates: May 14, 21, 28

Tour Timings:

  • 9:30am-10:45am
  • 11am-12:15pm

Tickets: $30

Meeting Place: Bugis Junction Open Plaza, 200 Victoria Street. The tour ends at Waterloo Street.

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There's also a free self-guided version of the tour available on the Questeon App.

Simply download the Download the Questeon App on Apple or Google App Store and you're all set to start hunting.

Singapore Heritage Festival at the National Museum

Discover stories of travel and natural heritage during the Singapore Heritage Festival at the National Museum.

Join in Traveller Character Tours, mocktail-making workshops featuring Asian spices and herbs, and natural heritage tours to learn about the region's flora and fauna.

Highlights also includes Homeground, an installation that explores the themes of travel, tourism, and natural heritage.

There's even a life sized train inspired by the Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) train that used to travel from Tanjong Pagar Railway Station!

Date: From now till 5 Jun 2022

Location: National Museum Singapore

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Rainbow Connection II - Malay Heritage Centre

Image credit: Malay Heritage Centre

Rainbows have long been associated with optimism, luck, and fresh beginnings in many cultures.

Don't miss the chance to experience the beauty of a rainbow with the art installation Rainbow Connection II at the Malay Heritage Centre.

Co-created by local artist Lee Yun Qin and underserved communities, the outdoor installation consists of 500 solar light modules made from repurposed cookie containers and solar lights.

While each module is unique, they come together to make a spectacular sight when illuminated at night.

As the modules gently rotate and sway in the wind, the work comes alive through the dynamic dance of shadows, lights, and colors.

Date: From now till 29 May 2022 (Tuesdays to Sundays, closed on Mondays)

Time: 10am-9pm

Location: Malay Heritage Centre, 85 Sultan Gate Singapore 198501

Admission: Free

Jurassic World Dominion Dining Adventure - Universal Studios Singapore

Image credit: Resorts World Sentosa

Embark on a breathtaking new adventure as Universal Studios Singapore in Resorts World Sentosa presents an exhilarating Jurassic World Dominion Dining Adventure!

Held only on select dates from May to August from 6:30pm to 9pm, the multi-sensory dining experience features a Jurassic World-themed feast, special effects, and prehistoric meet-and-greets.

The dining adventure includes:

  • One day adult/child ticket to Universal Studios Singapore (Guests can enter the park as early as 10am to enjoy the rides)
  • Universal Express Unlimited Pass
  • Prehistoric Meet-and-Greets at the Jurassic World Dominion Dining Adventure
  • Four-course dinner with a free flow of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks for adults
  • Four-course dinner with a free flow of non-alcoholic drinks and ice-cream for children

Reservations are now open. Book now as seating is limited!

Tickets:

  • Adults: $248
  • Child (4-12): $188

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SMIGY at United Square

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Indoor playground SMIGY's third outlet at United Square is set to be a hit with the kiddos!

SMIGY at United Square features many of the same play elements such as ball pits, slides, and interactive games that has made its indoor playgrounds so popular with children.

The 5,000 sq ft playground is separated into many sections with different themes that will keep kids occupied for hours on end.

Play dress up, pick up groceries in the pretend supermarket, bounce around in the trampoline area, or dig around and play with sand toys in the hinoki block sandpit.

There's something for everyone here!

Location: United Square, 101 Thomson Road #01-18 Singapore 307591

More information on SMIGY's Facebook Page.

SAFRA Punggol Family Fun Fair

Image credit: SAFRA Punggol

From now till 29 May 2022, head down to SAFRA Punggol for family carnival that promises loads of fun family activities.

Kids can look forward to carnival rides such as Robotic Ride, Clown Swing, and Cartoon Train.

There'll be bouncy castles and fun fair game stalls as well!

Date: 25 Mar - 29 May 2022

Opening hours: 

  • Weekdays: 5pm-9pm
  • Weekends and Public Holidays: 10am-9pm

Location: SAFRA Punggol, 9 Sentul Crescent Singapore 828654

More information on  SAFRA's website.

Jewel-rassic Quest at Jewel Changi Airport

Image credit: Jewel Changi Airport

Step into the DINO-verse and embark on a prehistoric quest through an immersive augmented reality (AR) experience.

From 31 Mar, teleport 89 million years back to the Cretaceous period with Jewel Changi Airport's new attraction, the Jewel-rassic Quest, a dinosaur themed AR game that brings storytelling to life through digital interactivity.

Armed with a specially-developed TimeLens (tablet), you'll trail the dinosaurs and watch them wander and fly, discover their hiding places and nest, learn about their eating habits, feed them, and hunt for their eggs in a 90-minute session.

Minigame Fossil Excavation (Image credit: Jewel Changi Airport)

Be one of the first 1,000 participants to complete the quest and you'll receive a complimentary jungle hat, S$10 Jewel Retail Voucher, and limited edition dinosaur design pins.

Date: from 31 Mar 2022

Tickets (introductory price from 31 Mar - 30 Jun 2022): 

  • Standard ticket: $20 (UP: $25)
  • Singapore residents: $18 (UP: $22.50)

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My Little Pony x Kumoya Pop-up Cafe

Image credit: Kumoya Singapore

Kumoya is bringing the My Little Pony themed pop-up cafe back for another limited run.

Kids are sure to be delighted by the cheery space with the lovable My Little Pony in every corner.

The menu is designed by Shirley Wong (@littlemissbento) in collaboration with Kumoya's kitchen crew so you can look forward to lots of too cute to eat dishes!

Location: 181 Orchard Road, #04-08 Orchard Central Singapore 238896

Opening hours: 11am-9:30pm

More information on Kumoya's Facebook page.

Attack on Titan x Aniplus Cafe

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From April 1, fans of the hit anime series Attack on Titan can look forward to the first Attack on Titan official collaboration cafe in Singapore.

Expect lots of photo ops with members of the Survey Corps, as well as the Titans.

You can expect to see lots of artwork from the anime series too.

Tuck into a specially designed menu that has been inspired by the series, with food items such as the Colossal Burger, Devils of Paradis, Through the Broken Wall, and mesmerizing drinks including the (Mikasa) Cruel but Beautiful World.

Image credit: Aniplus

Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 12pm-9pm

Location: Esplanade Mall #01-13C (opposite of Annexe)

Make reservations

Sentosa Heritage Trails

View of Siloso Beach (Image credit: National Heritage Board)

Explore the rich history of Sentosa with the newly launched Sentosa Heritage Trails.

The Heritage Trail has been developed by the National Heritage Board in partnership with Sentosa Development Corporation and features 30 heritage sites including the recently gazetted National Monument Fort Siloso.

Trail goers can embark on three thematic routes according to your own interests and in your own time:

  1. Kampongs and Barracks (2 hours on foot and public transportation), 3km - This path delves into the lives and livelihoods of the residents of Blakang Mati, as well as their homes, which comprised kampongs, barracks, and elegant bungalows.
  2. Forts (2 hours on foot), 4km - This tour highlights Sentosa's fortifications, including Fort Siloso, Imbiah Battery, and Fort Serapong, and how they played a role in colonial Singapore's defense.
  3. Memories of Sentosa (1 hour on foot), 2.5km - This route revisits some of the locations linked with Sentosa's regeneration as a leisure destination in the 1970s, as well as the memories associated with them.
Staircase leading to the remnants of the former Siloso Pier (Image credit: National Heritage Board)

The companion guide and map for the Sentosa Heritage Trail (available in four languages beginning in early April) may be obtained at NHB's heritage site Roots.gov.sg and Sentosa.com.sg.

For a limited time, printed copies of the guide will also be available at NHB headquarters in Stamford Court.

More information on the Sentosa Heritage Trail here.

New Kids Media Interactive Zone at Headrock VR Singapore

Image credit: Headrock VR Singapore

Headrock VR Singapore has opened a new futuristic children's playground.

Suitable for kids aged 3-9, you can play interactive games at 4 zones:

Alive My Dino - Color your favorite dinosaur and see it come to life in the Dinosaur's World.

Catching My Dino - Try to catch the baby dinosaurs swimming in the water tank with your net so you can put them into your own fish bowl.

SHOOT! The Bubble Pop! - You're on a mission to rescue the cute baby dinosaur that has been trapped in a bubble. You'll need to throw balls at the bubble to free the dinosaur.

Dino Hill (Air Bounce) - Bounce and jump with your friends on the bouncy Dino Hill.

Image credit: Headrock VR

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

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Weird but True - Gardens by the Bay

Image credit: Gardens by the Bay

Did you know that Vanilla comes from a kind of orchid? Or that mushrooms grew taller than giraffes about 420 million years ago?

Plunge into the amazing worlds of plants and animals in National Geographic Asia's latest Weird but True exhibition.

Located in the lush tropics of the Cloud Forest at Gardens by the Bay, you'll discover the strangest and most bizarre facts about science, food, and pop culture in this immersive exhibition that will spark children's curiosity in nature and science.

Date: From now till 31 Jul 2022

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Apa Khabair? - Peranakan Museum in the Making

Image credit: Asian Civilisations Museum

Learn about the Peranakan way of life and culture in Singapore and the region in this pop-up exhibition at the Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM).

The exhibition title comes from the Baba Malay greeting "Apa Khabair?" meaning "what news is there?", and heralds the much anticipated reopening of the Peranakan Museum in 2023.

Visitors will get a teaser of what to expect at the new Peranakan Museum and you'll also get a first look at the highlight pieces that will be on display.

Accompanying the show will be a series of community led programmes such as tours, workshops, and demonstrations.

Date: 22 Feb 2022 - 29 May 2022

Opening hours: 

  • Daily 10am-7pm
  • Fridays 10am-9pm

Location: Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place Singapore 179555

Admission: Free for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents

More info on ACM's website.

SentoSights - Sustainability and heritage-themed tours of Sentosa

Sentosa Intertidal Exploration (Image credit: Sentosa Development Corporation)

In celebration of its 50th year anniversary, Sentosa has collaborated with travel partners to launch a series of sustainability and heritage themed tours.

Featuring more than 10 unique guided tours, SentoSights will take guests around Sentosa Island where you'll get to see a different side of Sentosa and discover its rich history and natural heritage.

Explore places such as Fort Siloso, Fort Serapong, Tanjong Rimau and the Imbiah, and Coastal Trails.

A Taste of Time Travel: Back to the 1870s (Fort Serapong) - Image credit: Sentosa Development Corporation

The SentoSights tours will also offer opportunities to explore the nearby Southern Islands, including a sunset cruise with a sustainable fishing experience in the waters around St John's and Lazarus islands.

In addition, fun elements such as game-based exploration, magical demonstrations, and night time forest walks have been woven into the tours, ensuring an educational and entertaining experience for participants.

Four tours have been launched with more to be rolled out progressively in February.

  • East Asian Flyway (Introduction to Birdwatching)
  • Sentosa Intertidal Exploration
  • Sentosa Naturalist Night Adventure
  • Sentosa Sunset Cruise

Date: 21 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022

Read more about Sentosights Tours

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Radical Curiosity: In the Orbit of Buckminster Fuller

Image credit: ArtScience Museum

Discover the world of inventor and visionary, Buckminster Fuller, who worked in multiple disciplines, including art, science, architecture, and design.

Often described as a forerunner of his time, he created a plan to combine design and science with a mission to change the world, making our planet work at 100% of its capacity for 100% of the population without causing harm.

A co-production between ArtScience Museum and Fundacion Telefonica Madrid, you'll get to experience a new way of thinking and experimentation through Bucky's multi-disciplinary approach, ideals, and inventions in this exhibition.

Location: ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Avenue Singapore 018974

Date: From now till 10 Jul 2022

Opening Hours: Daily from 10am-7pm

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Attack on Titan: The Exhibition

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Enter a world where humanity is on the brink of extinction.

Based on the best selling Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama, Attack on Titan: The Exhibition provides visitors with a glimpse into his intricate worldbuilding and vivid characters.

The exhibition will showcase over 180 artworks by Hajime Isayama, spanning the manga's earliest days to the present.

There will also be works that have not been shown elsewhere, along with drafts and sketches from his archives.

Experience Isayama's sprawling dystopia through an immersive battle sequence set in the Great Titan Theater, as well as exhibits of Titans, characters, and objects from the manga.

Location: ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Avenue Singapore 018974

Date: 19 Feb - 3 Jul 2022

Opening Hours: Daily from 10am-7pm

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KF1 Kiddy Circuit

Image: KF1 Karting Circuit

Experience karting in Singapore's first and only mini race circuit!

The KF1 Kiddy Circuit at Singapore Expo has been designed to provide a safe and fun racing environment for young racers, with water filled track barriers to absorb and soften impacts, and electric karts that are tuned to a maximum of 8km/hr.

Location: Singapore Expo Atrium 4, 1 Expo Drive Singapore 486150

Opening Hours:

  • Friday: 1-8pm
  • Weekends: 10am-8pm

Height Restrictions: 

  • Allowed to ride alone: Above 120cm
  • Ride with adult: 85-120cm

Tickets: 

  • $15 per ride
  • $35 for 3 rides

More information on KF1 Karting Circuit's website.

Dislocations: Memory & Meaning of the Fall of Singapore, 1942

The National Museum of Singapore will be launching a new exhibition on 29th January to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the British surrender to the Imperial Army in Singapore on 15 February 1942,

In Dislocations: Memory & Meaning of the Fall of Singapore, 1942 physical objects, documents, and oral histories are woven into specially designed spaces that spur reflections and conversation among visitors, as they explore the idea of "war memory" and how it can be remembered and retold.

The exhibition also employs interactive methods such as augmented reality and gamification to tell the story of the Fall.

Complementing the exhibition is also a display of a historic Singapore Armed Forces tank on the museum lawn.

Date: 29 Jan - 29 May 2022

Location: National Museum of Singapore

Admission: Free for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents

More information on National Museum of Singapore's website.

Cerita - New Exhibition at the Malay Heritage Center

Cerita (meaning "stories" in Malay) shines the spotlight on the stories and narratives of life in the Nusantara (Malay Archipelago).

It will be the last exhibition before the Malay Heritage Centre closes for a revamp later this year.

Ceremonial circumcision chair

The special exhibition features over 80 exhibits with highlights including:

  • Intricate ceremonial circumcision chair from the early 1900s
  • Garuda costume for the Tari Golek Menak (dance of the rod puppet)
  • Hand drawn map of the Kampong Gelam precinct
  • Adana manual printer which birthed a new era in Singapore's publishing industry in the 1950s.

From: 29 Jan - 31 July 2022

Opening hours: 10am-6pm (Closed on Mondays)

Location: Malay Heritage Centre, 85 Sultan Gate Singapore 198501

Kueh & Kusu - Afternoon Tea Ferry Experience with island drop-off

Image: Sindo Ferry

Go onboard the Kueh & Kusu ferry experience, the first and only afternoon tea ferry (Halal certified) experience in Singapore.

Take in scenic views of the Marina South coastline and the Southern Islands while you enjoy a selection of sandwiches, mini pastries, mouth watering kueh-kueh and free flow complimentary drinks on a specially outfitted garden and art-themed ferry.

The ferry will also stop at Kusu Island where you'll get the chance to explore the island's natural and man-made wonders.

Location: Departs from HarbourFront Centre

Price: $60 per pax

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Featured on Week of  9-15 May 2022

Star Wars Day at Suntec City

Image credit: FightSaber Singapore

May the 4th is when Star Wars fans around the world celebrate Star Wars Day.

This year, the celebrations will see 2 weeks of activities and events at Suntec City from 4-16 May 2022.

You'll get to snap selfies of your favorite Star Wars characters as they patrol around Suntec City, witness an exciting Lightsaber battle, take part in workshops such as toy photography and sneaker art, and marvel at exhibitions of Star Wars collectible toys, and LEGO displays.

Here are some of the highlights for the kiddos this week:

Lightsaber Activity for kids

Image credit: FightSaber Singapore

Want to learn the ways of the Force and see if you have what it takes to be a Jedi?

The Jedi Masters of Fightsaber Singapore will be conducting a Lightsaber activity for kids at Suntec City this weekend.

The event is free to attend, just head to the area outside Pasar Bella at 2pm to sign up. The event will start at 3pm.

Ages: 12 and under

Date: 14 May, 2pm

Location: Outside PasarBella

More information on FightSaber Singapore's Facebook Page.

Kids Fashion Parade

Come dressed in your Star Wars best and stand to win some fantastic prizes! You only need to arrive by 4pm or get noticed during the event.

Ages: 12 and under

Date: 14 May, 4pm-6pm

Location: North Atrium

Star Wars Day Singapore: Power of the Force!

Join in an event to set a new Singapore Book of Records for the largest gathering of Star Wars characters in Singapore!

Date: 14 May, 4-6pm

Location: North Atrium

Date: 4-16 May 2022

Get Updates on the Maythe4thsg Facebook Page

Tiger, Tiger Burning Bright: Legacy of the Aw Family

Image credit: Singapore Heritage Fest

What's the backstory behind the Tiger Balm ointment?

It is over 100 years old, can be found in most pharmacies worldwide, and millions of people "won't leave house without it."

How well do you know the folks behind Tiger Balm and the charming offbeat park that is Haw Par Villa?

Learn more about Aw Boon Haw, the controversial rich philanthropist and marketing genius.

Hear about the family's climb to opulence and the catastrophes that befell them.

Conducted by Park Ambassadors of Haw Par Villa, this brand new guided tour of the park will give you an introduction to the Aw Family's history and kickstart your exploration of Haw Par Villa.

Date: May 14, 15, 23

Location: 262 Pasir Panjang Road Singapore 118628

Tickets: $5

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The Great Voyage: Air Dry Clay Boat Family Workshop by WahSoSimple

Image credit: Asian Civilisations Museum

Make your own sailing boat out of air-dry clay then use your clay boat to travel across Asia in the Asian Civilisations Museum's galleries!

This workshop is conducted WahSoSimple, a local craft company that has turned their passion of creating crafts with their hands into running craft workshops for government agencies, schools, organizations, and individuals, with over 8,000 craft experiences created to date.

Ages: 5 and above

Date: May 14, 15

Time: 2pm-3:30pm

Location: Asian Civilisations Museum

Tickets: $15 per parent-child pair

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Featured on Week of  2-8 May 2022

Hari Raya Puasa Istana Open House

Image credit: President's Office

For the first time since the start of the COVID pandemic, the Main Building of the Istana will be open to the public again!

The Hari Raya Puasa Istana Open House (IOH) will be held on 7 May (Sat) from 9am-5pm.

Admission to the Istana's grounds will be free.

Howver, for this IOH, there won't be any performances, tours, or food trucks.

Visitors to the Istana Open House will be able to purchase passes to enter the Main Building where they can view a collection of State Gifts as well as the room set-ups for state events.

All proceeds from tickets to the Main Building will go towards charities supported by the President's Challenge.

Tickets to the Istana Main Building:

  • Singaporeans and Permanent Residents - $2
  • Others (Children 4-12 years) - $2
  • Others (Adult) - $4

Location: Orchard Road, near Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station

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Projector X: Electric Cinema

From 6-8 May, Pasir Panjang Power Station will be home to a new cinematic experience.

The collaboration between 24OWLS and The Projector will see the disused space's soaring cathedral-like turbine hall being transformed into a unique cinema for the weekend.

Watch a selection of specially curated movies while surrounded by the power station's raw industrial architecture, left mostly intact from the 1950s.

Movies that will be playing:

  • Blade Runner The Final Cut
  • Dune
  • Metropolis
  • Reel Rock 16
  • Singin' in the Rain (70th Anniversary)
  • The Electrical Life of Louis Wain
  • Tiong Bahru Social Club
  • Walk With Me & Guided Meditation

Date: 6-8 May 2022

Tickets: $30

Location: Pasir Panjang Power Station A, 27 Pasir Panjang Road Singapore 117537

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Alternative Farming - An Aquaponics & Hydroponics Workshop

Raise our next generation of young farmers!

Kids will learn about alternate agricultural systems such as aquaponics and hydroponics.

They'll also get to tour the greenhouse and observe live set-up and demonstrations.

The workshop concludes with a hands-on DIY hydroponic planter project.

Here's all the activities that the kids will enjoy:

  1. Introduction to alternative farming
  2. Science behind Aquaponics & Hydroponics
  3. Waste management - where our trash goes?
  4. Zero waste – Turning fish waste to useful resources
  5. Feed the fishes
  6. Concept of recycling, upcycling
  7. Project Hydroponic! DIY your hydroponics planter
  8. Learn about plant propagation methods

Ages: 5-10

Date: 7 May

Time: 

  • 9:30am
  • 11am

Duration: 60 minutes

Tickets: 

  • 1 Child (Drop in): $25
  • 1 Child with 1 Parent accompanied (For child 5 years old and below): $30

Location: City Sprouts, 102 Henderson Road Singapore 159562

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Featured on Week of  25 Apr - 1 May 2022

PLAYtime! Imagination Station

Image credit: Esplanade

Imagination Station is a theatre performance that teaches children to deal with changes as courageously as they can.

Meet Jamie, a child that does not appear to fit in anyplace. Jamie is shy and awkward, and he is always in his own world. Mummy's distrust of strangers makes it difficult for her to assist him.

Jamie's life is turned upside down one day when he unintentionally boards an MRT bound for Imagination Station, a place where only imaginary companions travel.

When the train is stranded, Jamie is lost and out of his comfort zone, and he must find his own way home.

With a few amusing characters along the way and some familiar faces from his past, Jamie must find the courage to ask for help.

Thus begins a journey where Jamie needs to restart the trains so he can get home.

Ages: Recommended for ages 3-6

Date: 29 Apr - 15 May 2022 (Fri-Sun)

Weekday Timings:

  • 9.30am & 11.30am (except 3 May)
  • 3 May, Tues: 11am, 2.30pm & 4.30pm
  • No shows on 2, 9 & 10 May

Weekend Timings:

  • 11am
  • 2.30pm
  • 4.30pm

Duration: 40 mins (no intermission)

Tickets: $20

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ThrottleUp Arena @ OUE Downtown Gallery

Image credit: ThrottleUp

Learn how to be a drone pilot at ThrottleUp's pop-up indoor drone arena at Mandarin Gallery from 29 Apr - 8 May 2022.

Spanning over 100 sqm, the space at Downtown Gallery has been transformed into a drone arena and LED track where visitors can learn to fly drones and experience mini drone racing.

Join in workshops where kids from as young as 5 can pickup the basics of drone flying within minutes and start flying!

Advance pilots will also be able to experience first-person view (FPV) racing on the state of the art drone track.

Ages: From 5 and up

Date: 29 Apr - 8th May

Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 11am-9pm

Location: OUE Downtown Gallery, 6A Shenton Way #01-12 to #01-15 Singapore 068815

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HOUSE - A Theatre Performance for the Little Ones

Image credit: The Artground

𝗛𝗢𝗨𝗦𝗘 offers a glimpse into the life of the little curious Collector, as she explores the world around her and collects objects from her environment.

What happens when the rain stops her routine? Can she continue to stoke her curiosity indoors?

Suitable for children from 15 months to 3 years old, this live theatre performance is designed to stimulate your child's senses through visuals and sound.

Image credit: The Artground

Each parent-child pair will be viewing the performance in your own little "house", and following along with the Collector in her fun journey of discovery!

In addition, ticket holders will be given exclusive access to explore The Artground's arts space - Fungus Humongous 45 minutes before the performance.

Date: 28 Apr - 8 May 2022

Location: The Artground, Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road, Block J #01-40 Singapore 439053

Show Times:

  • Wed-Thu: 10am, 11:30am
  • Fri-Sun, Hari Raya Puasa: 10am, 11:30am, 4pm

Show Duration: 30 mins

Tickets: $48/pair (1 adult and 1 child). Additional adults at $18

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Khabair Baik! (All's great!) Saturdays - Asian Civilisations Museum

Image credit: Asian Civilisations Museum

We're looking forward to the April installment of Khabair Baik! Saturdays!

Learn about the rich Peranakan culture in a range of activities such as community tours, craft activity sessions, workshops, and food demonstrations - all conducted by members of the Peranakan community.

Discover interesting aspects of Peranakan food, clothing, and culture with the family guide which you can pick up for free at the front desk.

Date: 30 Apr, 10:30am-4:30pm

Location: Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place Singapore 179555

More information on the programmes here.

Featured on Week of  18-24 Apr 2022

Cartoonito Play Date

Images from Cartoonito Website

Explore the outdoors with your kids in an exclusive learning experience where you'll learn through play!

Designed for preschoolers, the little ones will learn all about nature on a Woodlands Trail, muster up courage to conquer an Obstacle Course, showcase their creativity in a Ceramic Making session, and learn how to care for nature at a mini Planting Workshop.

Admission is free and pre-bookings are highly recommended.

Date:

  • 22-24 Apr
  • 29 Apr - 1 May

Duration: 80 mins

Ages: 2.5 to 6 years old

Location: Wildlings, 27A Loewen Road, Dempsey

Registration

Cinewav @ Marina at Keppel Bay

Image credit: Cinewav

Sit down to a movie experience like no other at Cinewav's silent seaside cinema.

Watch on the big screen and listen to the HD audio using your own phone or headphones. It's a whole new way to watch the movies you love.

You'll be relaxing on custom designed outdoor recliner chairs while you enjoy popular films from around the world.

A perfect way to spend the evening!

  • Thurs, 21st April at 7:45pm - SHANG-CHI and The Legend of The Ten Rings
  • Fri, 22nd April at 7:45pm - Far from the Madding Crowd
  • (Sold Out) Sat, 23rd April at 7:45pm - Ghostbusters: Afterlife

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Cinewav

Our Food Cycle - City Sprouts

Image credit: City Sprouts

The Food Cycle is covered in this comprehensive 3 hour interactive and hands-on workshop for children.

The workshop covers:

  • Planting and potting
  • Good bugs, bad bugs
  • Harvesting greens
  • Preparing a meal with your harvest
  • Food waste management
  • Composting

Kids are sure to have a new-found appreciation for the food we consume daily after this workshop!

Ages: 5-10

Date: 23 Apr 2022

Time: 9am-12pm

Location: City Sprouts, 102 Henderson Road Singapore 159562

Tickets: 

  • 1 Child: $90
  • 1 Child with 1 Parent accompanied (for child 6 years old and below): $90
  • 2nd, 3rd, 4th Child Sibling Discount: $70

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Interactive Concerts for Children - Chamber Music and Arts Singapore

Image credit: Chamber Music and Arts Singapore

Specially for the young ones, join Chamber Music and Arts Singapore for a morning of fun and learning with an engaging animateur as well as internationally-acclaimed classical chamber musicians.

Kids can look forward to 2 interactive concerts:

The Toys of Claude- Emma's Playroom

Debussy composed Children's Corner, a six-part piano suite, in honor of his 3 year old daughter, Chou-Chou and featuring a few of her favorite toys.

Let's visit Claude-Emma's playroom and meet the toys there - a clumsy elephant, a gentle porcelain doll, and a little shepherd!

24 Apr 2022, 10am

Ages: 0-6

40 mins

Friendships and War

Wars can cost friendships or win them.

Ravel wrote Le Tombeau de Couperin in memory of seven of his friend's who died fighting in World War I.

Debussy wrote Les soirs illuminés par l'ardeur du charbon as a gift to his music coal merchant who had moved scarce fuel to his home during the harsh winter of 1917.

It'll be a morning of learning and reflection!

24 Apr 2022, 12pm

Ages: 6-12

50mins

Location: Esplanade Recital Studio, 1 Esplanade Drive Singapore 038981

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ACM Adventures: Out at Sea

Set out on a voyage of exploration in the Islamic Art Gallery through a fun craft activity, an interactive drama performance, and an exciting storytelling session in the galleries.

A $10 refundable deposit for each parent-child pair is required for all activities when booking.

Date: 24 Apr, 1-5pm

Location: Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place Singapore 179555

Let's Get Crafty!

Ages: 7-10

Make a shaker card inspired by the fisherman's tackle box on show in the Islamic Art Gallery.

Image credit: Asian Civilisations Museum

(Sold Out) Story Time

Ages: 5-7

In this storytelling session by The Storytelling Centre Limited, relive the story of a fisherman who captured a magical fish that can fulfill wishes.

Image credit: Asian Civilisations Museum

Move It! Drama Performance

Ages: 7-10

Act 3 International presents an adaption of the popular Malay folktale of Si Tanggang, an ungrateful child who lives in a fishing hamlet and dreams of being rich and famous.

Image credit: Asian Civilisations Museum

More information on the programmes here.

Featured on Week of  11-17 Apr 2022

Body, Heart & Soul - Marina Square

Image credit: Marina Central

Immerse yourself in Body, Heart, and Soul, an interactive multi-sensory art installation.

Designed by Dr Jason Lim of Singapore University of Technology and Ar Asami Takahashi of YUME Architects, and in collaboration with Tinkertanker, the illuminated cubes respond to your body movements, lighting up in response to your poses and gestures.

Body, Heart & Soul will be at Marina Square's Central Atrium from now till 18 May, before travelling to other malls in the Marina Central district such as Millenia Walk, South Beach, and Suntec City, through May to Nov 2022.

Complementing the art installation experience is Programmable Shadows, a workshop where you'll learn how to create your own digital shadow artwork.

Image credit: Marina Central

Tying in with Body, Heart, and Soul's key objective of humanizing technology, you'll be creating your own artwork and transforming them into shadows that can respond to your own body motions.

Suitable for kids from 6 years old as well as adults, the workshop is a great parent-child bonding activity.

Location: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard Singapore 039594

Workshop date: 16 Apr, 7 May

Workshop duration: 75 mins

Workshop fees: $10 for each parent-child pair

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Magical Easter Eggs Hunt at Singapore Botanic Gardens

Image credit: Questeon

Have you gone on an Easter Egg Hunt before? How about one where the eggs are magical and invisible to everyone else but you? 

From now till 30th April 2022, head on down to the Singapore Botanic Gardens and start on a hunt for these Magical Eggs!

Simply download the Questeon App from Google Play or the Apple App Store, go to the quest “A Magical Easter Eggs Hunt” and start your hunt!

It’s absolutely FREE to download and play. Best of all, you get to win attractive prizes too! (Details on Questeon's Instagram Page)

Date: 10 - 30 April 2022

Location: Singapore Botanic Gardens

Download Questeon:

Apple App Store

Google Play

For more information, email hello@questeon.co

Precious Peony 2022 - Gardens by the Bay

Image credit: Gardens by the Bay

Take a stroll through a Chinese Garden while surrounded by lovely peonies as Gardens by the Bay pays homage to the peony's roots in Chinese history.

The facade of a Peranakan shophouse also represents the flower's transformation into a well-loved motif of Singapore's Chinese Peranakan population.

The Precious Peony display will feature more than 70 artefacts of Chinese and Peranakan culture on loan from local museums, the first time ever in Gardens by the Bay's 10-year history of floral displays.

Date: 9 Apr - 3 May 2022

Opening hours: 9am-9pm

Location: Flower Dome

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Carnival of the Animals

Having toured 15 countries including Australia, Canada, Korea, United Kingdom, and USA, the whimsical Carnival of Animals is now in Singapore!

Inspired by French composer Camille Staint-Saëns, Carnival of Animals is a thrilling circus escapade where creatures from land and sea tumble, fly, leap, and spin their way through the amazing worlds of the animal kingdom.

In this world, zebras juggle and flip, kangaroos skip and somersault, and elephants groove to the beat.

It's the perfect family entertainment event to take your little ones this Easter weekend!

Date: 14 -17 Apr 2022

Location: Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands

Tickets: From $68

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Easter Workshops with City Sprouts

This Easter Sunday (Apr 17), join City Sprouts for a whole lineup of fun workshops.

An Easter Tale by Tiny Mountains: Bring your child along for a sensory storytelling adventure. An interesting movement-based story about Easter

30 mins

$10

Image credit: City Sprouts

Easter Themed Candlemaking by Candlescape: Make your own Easter candle with sustainable non-melting soy wax that is kid-safe

30 mins

From $15

Image credit: City Sprouts

Easter Miniature Garden by Vegeteddy: Learn how to germinate in your own Easter-themed seed planter.

30 mins

$20

Image credit: City Sprouts

Tie-Dye by Cloop: Refresh an outdated fashion item with tie die

$50

Image credit: City Sprouts

[Sold Out] Rainbow Pasta by Cooking Reinvented: Learn how to make pasta from scratch and color it in a variety of vibrant colors. You'll also be learning how to make carbonara sauce from scratch.

90 mins

$160 for 2 pax

Workshop locations: City Sprouts, 102 Henderson Road Singapore 159562

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