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10 Things to do with kids this week in Singapore (1-7 Mar)

10 Things to do with kids this week in Singapore (1-7 Mar)

Updated:
March 4, 2021

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 and some suggestions for kids activities this weekend.

For this week, enjoy peach blossoms with Hello Kitty at Gardens by the Bay🌸, go on an adventure boat ride🛥️, catch an interactive theatre performance🎭, and more!

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1. Kids Play Free at Sentosa

Images from Sentosa

From now till 31 Mar 2021, enjoy free entry for 1 child with every paying adult at the following Sentosa attractions:

  1. Singapore Cable Car
  2. Sentosa Island Bus Tour
  3. iFly Singapore
  4. Madame Tussauds Singapore
  5. Skypark by AJ Hackett Sentosa
  6. Gogreen Segway Eco Adventure
  7. Headrock VR
  8. Royal Albatross

You'll get the following perks as well when you visit Sentosa:

  • Free Island Admission - Enter Sentosa via Sentosa Express, and drive in for free
  • Discount off Grab ride - Get $4 off your Grab ride with promo code: SentosaFun (while codes last)

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2. Sakura Featuring Hello Kitty - Gardens by the Bay

Image: Gardens by the Bay

For the first time ever, Hello Kitty will be making a special appearance at the Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay!

From Mar 1, the Flower Dome will be transformed into a kawaii Japanese landscape.

Enjoy the beauty of cherry and peach blossoms as you stroll through the gardens.

Follow Hello Kitty to discover her favorite photo spots!

When: From Mar 1

Where: Gardens by the Bay Flower Dome

Details

3. Arty Afternoon: Miniature Book

Image: STPI

Join STPI for an arty afternoon to create a hand-bound, perfectly functional miniature book!

Decorate your cover and print your own title text with stamps, then fill the pages with your very own narrative.

When: 7 March (Sunday)

Time: Drop in anytime between 11am to 4pm

Where: STPI Creative Workshop & Gallery, 41 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238236

Admission: Free, no registration required

Age: Recommended for 10 and above

Details

4. Catch an interactive theatre performance with PLAYtime! at the Esplanade

Images: Esplanade Theatres on the Bay

PLAYtime! is an interactive theatre series for children ages two to six.

Each experience is an opportunity to spark your child’s creativity and encourage learning through the performing arts.

Amma's Sarees - A story that deals with loss, grief, and an absent parent, join mother-daughter pair Saratha and Rathi as they go on a journey through stories, song, laughter, some tears, and lots of colourful brilliant sarees to find a space where they can truly rely on each other and discover how to be the best family they could ever be.

I Nak Fly ( I want to fly) - Embark on a flying adventure with Deonn and her mother as they find a way to be braver together.

Ages: 2-6

When: Mar 5-14

Duration: 40 mins

Where: Esplanade Theatre and Online

Tickets: $20

Details

5. Go on a guided tour of the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

Image: Lee Kong Chian Natural History Musuem

The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum will be resuming its volunteer-led guided tours on March 6.

The tours will be offered on the weekends in both English and Chinese and will last for about 1 hour.

While the tours are free, pre-registration is required at least 2 days in advance.

Note that you'll still need to purchase admission tickets to the museum.

Tour Timings:

  • English: Sat/Sun, 11am and 1pm
  • Chinese: Sat/Sun, 2pm

Details and to register for tours

Get tickets to the Natural History Museum on Klook.

6. RHIB (Rigid-hulled Inflatable Boat) Adventure Boat Rides

Image: TYC Travel

High speed and stable, RHIBs are widely used by the military and rescue departments.

And now you can enjoy a joyride on the high seas!

Go on a 30 minute adventure cruise along Labrador Park or a longer island hopping tour of the Southern Islands.

Duration: 30mins to 3 hours

Packages: $65 per pax

Get up to 10% off packages on Klook.

7. Time Travels of an Arkidtect

Image: Beep Lab

Join Beep Lab in an immersive family game-learning experience loaded with interesting and little known stories of our history, interactive quizzes, and games.

You'll be going on a hands-on build mission that will have you creating your own architecture model!

Along the way, you'll learn about significant milestones that influenced the way we built houses and buildings, different kinds of building structures, and how different cultures, habits, and behaviours have shaped our world so differently.

When: 6 Mar - 23 May (Sat/Sun)

Duration: 3 hours

Where: BeepLab@200 Pandan Gardens (PeopleUp Enrichment Hub) #02-01

Price: $80 per family (up to 3 pax, min 1 adult)

Details

8. Margins: Drawing Pictures of Home - ArtScience Museum

Image: ArtScience Museum

Experience Singapore's changing landscape through the eyes of 15 contemporary Singaporean photographers.

The exhibition explores our hopes and dreams for Singapore and the stories that help us define the places we call home.

When: Now till 28 Mar

Where: ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018974

Tickets:

  • Single admission: $6
  • Family (2 adults, 2 children): $18

Details

9. SAM Mini Mobile Museum: 'The Dream from the Other Side' by Melissa Tan

The SAM Mini Mobile Museum is a travelling art exhibition held in partnership between the Singapore Art Museum and the National Library Board.

It introduces contemporary art through a selection of SAM's permanent collection artworks, adapted for non-museum spaces and created by Southeast Asian artists.

Featuring art forms like drawing, installation, sound and video, the Mini Mobile Museum invites the viewer to an intimate experience of the commissioned artwork within a public space.

The Dream from the Other Side by Singaporean Melissa Tan examines the mapping of Singapore from a historical perspective through the earliest topographical map of the city in 1958 to those of the present day.

The work invites audiences to observe these modifications as reflections of the constructive changes around us, as well as to speculate on the future of Singapore’s terrain.

Where: Tampines Regional Library

When: now till 21 Mar 2021

Time: 10am-9pm

Admission: Free

Details

10. [Flash Sale] Wildlife Reserves Singapore

Enjoy 1-for-1 admission at the following attractions:

  • Jurong Bird Park
  • Night Safari
  • River Safari
  • Singapore Zoo

Flash sale is from 3-7 Mar 2021.

Valid for admission from 3-31 Mar 2021.

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Week of Feb 22-28

Featured Activities this week

1. Otah and Friends

2. Nature Play for Children - Group Up Initiative

3. Wood-Fired Artisan Bread Workshop

4. Sampan Ride at Marina Bay Sands

5. Catch Yayoi Kusama's latest solo exhibition

6. Check out the newly opened Zall Bookstore

7. Picturing the Pandemic: A Visual Record of Covid-19 in Singapore

1. Otah and Friends - An otter themed escapade

Image: El Masnou

Following an overwhelming sold-out opening month, Singapore's first otter themed escapade, Otah And Friends, has extended its run from 26 Feb - 4 Apr 2021.

There'll also be new offerings such as meet and greets with a larger-than-life Otah, an Easter Egg Hunt, and new additions to the spaces including a magical tunnel!

Otah and Friends is brought to you by El Masnou, creators of Southeast Asia's first bubble tea themed attraction The Bubble Tea Factory.

Spanning a fantasy world of 2,500 square feet, it's a light hearted story based experience which combines the fun of a hide-and-seek game with the instagrammabilty of the Bubble Tea Factory.

When: now till 4 Apr 2021

Where: Gardens by the Bay, Bayfront Plaza, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953

Standard Ticket:

  • Minimum 2 Pax
  • $15 per pax

Private Session:

  • Group of 5 Pax (Buy 4 Get 1 Free!)
  • $60 ($12 per pax)

Read more

2. Nature Play for Children - Ground Up Initiative

Image: Ground Up Initiative

Get hands on with nature and make new friends in these small group workshops from Ground Up Initiative (GUI).

Workshops are held at Ground Up Initiative's Kampung Kampus at 91 Lorong Chencharu, Singapore 769201.

Creating safe spaces from natural forms

Children gather resources from around GUI and build dens and tell stories together.

The experience builds social and emotional skills in the healing environment of nature.

Ages: 5-7

When: 27 Feb, 9:30am-12:30pm

Creating your own Tribe

Building a tribal home, creating your tribal ritual, and improvised drumming and body painting.

This nature play workshop builds social skills and expressive pre-verbal language through playful activities in nature.

Children will explore the rituals of our ancestors and how they took inspiration from the land.

Ages: 8-12

When: 27 Feb, 2pm-5pm

Register

3. Wood-Fired Artisan Bread Workshop

Image: Ground Up Initiative

Bond with your child in this unique farm-to-table bread-making workshop using a wood-fired earth oven.

You'll be taught the process of basic bread making including mixing ingredients, kneading the dough, proofing, shaping, and baking.

The workshop comes with a 30 minutes guided sensory farm tour to learn about local herbs and to harvest fresh herbs for your bread making.

Best of all, you'll get to take home two delicious types of bread; a flavorful, crusty, rustic bread, and a classic sweet and soft cinnamon roll.

When: 27 Feb, 9am-1:30pm

Where: Ground Up Initiative Kampung Kampus: 91 Lorong Chencharu, Singapore 769201.

Tickets: $138 (An adult can bring one child up to 12 years old at no additional charge.

Register

4. Go on a Sampan Boat Ride at Marina Bay Sands

Image: KKday

Board a beautifully crafted sampan boat and go on a leisurely cruise along the Canal of the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.

You'll get to circle the Rain Oculus, an amazing water feature that functions as both a skylight and a rain collector.

Get discounts on tickets from KKday: $11.96 (UP: $13).

5. Catch Yayoi Kusama's latest solo exhibition for free

Image: Ota Fine Arts

Yayoi Kusama: Recent Paintings is a solo exhibition featuring 15 monochrome paintings from the artist's My Eternal Soul series and CLOUDS (2019), a sculpture installation consisting of pieces of mirror-finished stainless-steel forms.

This will be Kusama's first solo presentation in Singapore since her last large exhibition at the National Gallery Singapore in 2017.

All works in this exhibition will be shown for the first time in Southeast Asia.

When: From now till 6 Mar 2021

Time:

  • Tue-Sat: 11am-7pm
  • Sun: 11am-6pm

Closed on Mondays and public holidays

Where: Ota Fine Arts Singapore

Admission: Free

More info

6. Check out the newly opened Zall Bookstore

Just opened on Feb 8, Zall Bookstore stocks more than 30,000 chinese language books.

The two storey store also has a cafe and an art gallery.

Kids can look forward to a large childrens section with a variety of books for kids of all ages.

There's even a reading area for the little ones to settle down with their book of choice.

Where: 501 Orchard Road, #01-02/#02-18, Wheelock Place, SIngapore 238880

More info

7. Picturing the Pandemic: A Visual Record of Covid-19 in Singapore

Image: National Museum of Singapore

This exhibition is the National Museum of Singapore’s first exhibition introducing the museum’s new Collecting Contemporary Singapore initiative.

The initiative seeks to document contemporary events and developments in Singapore by collecting related artefacts and stories through engagement with the public.

With the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the National Museum commissioned five local photographers – Bob Lee, Brian Teo, Edwin Koo, How Hwee Young and Zakaria Zainal − and two filmmakers – Adar Ng and Dave Lim – to visually document how it was experienced in Singapore.

Visitors for the opening weekend (27 and 28 Feb) will receive a special thank-you gift pack for you to enjoy or pass on to any essential worker you know (Pre-registration required).

Image: National Museum of Singapore

When: 27 Feb-29 Aug 2021

Where: National Museum of Singapore, Exhibition Gallery, Basement Level

Admission: Free admission for citizens and permanent residents

Details

Week of Feb 15-21

Featured Activities this week

1. Molang x Kumoya Pop-up Cafe

2. Total Defence Commemorative Specials at the Singapore Discovery Centre

3. Battle For Singapore 2021

4. Glam Picnic with the Family

5. The Amazing Celestial Race

6. UV Paint Party - Splat Paint House

7. All Walks of Love - Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

8. [Flash Deal] Gardens by the Bay, S.E.A Aquarium, Universal Studios

1. Molang x Kumoya Pop-up Cafe

Image: Kumoya Cafe

Kumoya Cafe is back with another new theme.

From Feb 18, Kumoya Cafe will be transformed into a pastel coloured world of Molang, an animated children's television created by South Korean illustrator Hye-Ji Yoon and French animation studios Millimages.

The menu is designed once again by Shirley Wong (@littlemissbento) in collaboration with the Kumoya kitchen crew so expect lots of adorable creations that are too cute to eat!

Where: Kumoya@Jalan Klapa, 8 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199320

More info

2. Total Defence Commemorative Specials at the Singapore Discovery Centre

Image: Singapore Discovery Centre

In commemoration of Total Defence 2021, Singapore Discovery Centre has curated a series of exhibits and programmes.

Highlights include:

Total Defence Exhibits - Take a step back in time to learn more about the pain points from our past. From the Japanese Occupation to the present day threat of Covid-19, these crises have shaped our consciousness and resilience as a nation.

25 Jan - 28 Mar

Total Defence Exhibits Guided Tour - Gain deeper insights into our scars through the narration of the Singapore Story Guides as you walk through the exhibits.

Feb 20, 21, 27, 28

Short National Education Films - Watch short films about the Japanese Invasion and the Singapore Airlines SQ117 hijacking.

Feb 20, 27, 28

The Last Light Mixed-Media Drama Show - The drama tells a story about a Singaporean son who has to fight for and defend his country. Despite his initial apathy and reluctance, he discovers his commitment to defence and sense of purpose, courage, and allegiance to his country.

Feb 20, 21, 27, 28

Image: Singapore Discovery Centre

Salute Singapaw Drop-in Coloring Craft - Dress up our the mascot SingaPaw in various uniforms as we salute the sacrifices of all our tireless heroes and frontliners.

Feb 1-28

Image: Singapore Discovery Centre

More information on programmes on Singapore Discovery Centre's website.

3. Battle for Singapore 2021

Image: National Heritage Board

To commemorate the 79th anniversary of the Fall of Singapore, the National Heritage Board will be organizing Battle For Singapore, a series of programmes where Singaporeans can learn more about the events leading up to the fall of Singapore and about places and stories relating to the Japanese Occupation.

From 20 February to 14 March, members of the public can participate in a whole host of programmes including guided tours of Fort Siloso, the Former Ford Factory, and Changi Point.

There will also be webinars, talks, architectural tours, and interactive storytelling sessions.

When: 20 Feb to 14 Mar

Programme Lineup

4. Glam Picnic with the Family

Image: Klook

Picnic in style with the family with this newly launched Glam Picnic package from Klook for up to 8 pax.

You can have the picnic at Gardens by the Bay or by the sea at East Coast Park.

Choose from a variety of setups or do it yourself:

  • DIY Picnic with food: $88
  • DIY Picnic without food: $68
  • Picnic with teepee: $180
  • Picnic with teepee and lace standees: $200
  • Picnic without teepee and lace standees: $250
  • Picnic with teepee, lace standees, and roof: $265

All picnics except for the DIY Picnic without food come with a food bundle worth $40 which includes cheese, crackers, cream cakes, tortilla chips, chocolate chip cookies, truffles, sparkling juice, and grapes.

The food bundle is vegetarian and Halal.

Cutlery, plates, glasses, and napkins will also be provided with the food bundle.

Check out picnic packages on Klook.

5. The Amazing Celestial Race

Directed by Glen Goei, The Amazing Celestial Race is a hilarious musical comedy that takes its inspiration from the legendary competition at the heart of the Chinese Zodiac.

Featuring a wickedly funny script, heartwarming original songs, and ingenious puppetry, this epic musical comedy is perfect for anyone from ages 5 to 95!

When: 19 Feb -21 Mar

Where: Wild Rice @ Funan, 107 North Bridge Road, #04-08, Funan, Singapore 179105

Details

6. UV Paint Party - Splat Paint House

It's art jamming with a twist at Splat Paint House. And to add to the fun, they've launched a UV Paint Party!

You'll get all the messy and dynamic fun you love at Splat Paint House but with glow-in-the-dark neon paints.

The UV Paint Parties are now available for bookings for up to 8 pax.

Of course if you're up more for the regular art jamming, that's still available too.

The activities are kids safe as you'll be issued with protective gear and the paints used are also non-toxic.

Check out package options on Splat Paint House's website or on Klook.

Where: 207A Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574346

7. All Walks of Love - Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Image: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

What is love? Find out at this instagrammable exhibition at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre.

Journey through the key milestones in our lives and discover how love plays a part in Chinese Singaporean culture from the cradle into adulthood.

When: from now till 28 Feb

Where: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, 1 Straits Boulevard, Singapore 018906

Tickets: $10

CNY Promo: 1-for-1 tickets (from 3-28 Feb)

Details

8. [Flash Deal] Gardens by the Bay, S.E.A Aquarium & Universal Studios

Image: KKday

Get up to 66% off tickets to Gardens by the Bay and 1-for-1 Deals to Universal Studios and S.E.A. Aquarium. They're the lowest rates in the market!

Deal is available till 20 Feb only!

Gardens by the Bay

Admission to Flower Dome and Cloud Forest

Adult ticket: $8 (UP: $20)

Child Ticket: $4 (UP: $12)

Get deal

Universal Studios

2 Child Tickets for the price of 1 - $61 (Usual price for Singapore Residents: $86)

Get deal

S.E.A. Aquarium

2 Child tickets for the price of 1 - $30 (Usual price for Singapore Residents: $46)

Get deal

Week of Feb 8-14

Featured Activities this week

1. Wild about 牛 Year - Wildlife Reserves Singapore

2. Double Prosperity - Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall

3. Special seasonal artwork at the Digital Light Canvas at Marina Bay Sands

4. Wooden Craft Activity - National Museum

5. Open House at Asian Civilisations Museum

6. Celebrate the Year of the Ox with LEGO® Festive Carnival

7. Lunar New Year activities and promotions at Fraser Property Malls

8. [Promo] KKday bundle deals on attractions and staycations\

1. Wild about 牛 Year - Wildlife Reserves Singapore

Image: Wildlife Reserves Singapore

Join Wildlife Reserves Singapore to celebrate Lunar New Year with their star animals.

Local residents enjoy 30% off admission tickets and there'll be lots of festive activities!

Auspicious greetings at animal presentations - Your favorite animals such as the Sea lion, Capybara, and Cockatoo will be revealing festive greetings, lucky numbers, or soaring through the air with auspicious red packets.

Festive Animal Enrichments - See animals such as the Ankole Cattle and Cattle Egret enjoy festive treats prepared by the keepers.

Zoo-diac predictions - Learn about your zodiac predictions for the new year.

牛 (niú) Year New Friend Trail - Go on a trail to help three animals gather ingredients to make a festive ‘Lou-HAY’ platter. Sign up for My Animal Buddy and complete the trail to redeem an ice cream!

Get to know the 牛 niú friends through fun online activities on MAB and unlock your 牛 (niú) year fortune.

When: 12-26 Feb

Where:

  • Singapore Zoo
  • River Safari
  • Night Safari
  • Jurong Bird Park

Details

2. Double Prosperity - Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall

Featuring two large 'Foo Dou' Guardian Lions, the memorial hall's annual thematic installation, Double Prosperity, makes for great Lunar New Year family photos!

Share your photos with the front desk to win exclusive museum merchandise.

Double Prosperity is a collaboration between the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall and artists Tan Yizi and Lee Hsieh-Lung of Blackbox, a design and collectible label based in Chengdu, China.

Comprising a male guardian lion with its paw on an embroidered ball and a female guardian lion restraining a playful cub, Double Prosperity reiterates the belief that good things come in pairs and serves as the Memorial Hall's wish for protection and blessings for Singapore in the face of challenges brought about by Covid-19.

The Memorial Hall is part of the Museum Roundtable so visitors will get a set of limited edition red packets as well!

Where: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, 12 Tai Gin Road, Singapore 327874

When: The installation will be on display on the lawn of the memorial hall from now till 28 Feb from 10am-7pm daily

Details

Looking for more activities during the Lunar New Year festive period? Check out our guide on the best kid friendly activities and events to celebrate CNY 2021.🧧🧨

3. Special seasonal artwork at the Digital Light Canvas at Marina Bay Sands

Enjoy a seasonal artwork "Crystal Fireworks with Nature's Rhythm" at the Digital Light Canvas from Feb 5-21.

You'll be able to use your smartphones to set off three-dimensional fireworks made up of hundreds of thousands of light points.

When: 5-21 Feb, daily from 11am-9pm

Where: Digital Light Canvas, B2-50, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands (next to Rasapura)

You'll need to purchase tickets if you want to enter into the Digital Light Canvas.

4. Wooden Craft Activity - National Museum

Image: National Museum Singapore

Create your own hanging wooden craft to decorate your home this Lunar New Year.

It's yours to bring home to ring in the Spring Festival!

The activity is part of the National Museum Singapore's lineup of programs for the Lunar New Year.

When: 13 Feb

Where: Glass Atrium, Level 2, National Museum of Singapore

Duration: 15 minutes

Time: slots available from 10:30am-4:10pm

Tickets: $10 (each ticket includes admission for 1 parent-child pair and a set of craft materials.

Register

5. Asian Civilisations Museum - Open House

Enjoy $6 admission* to ACM across Lunar New Year weekends!

Don't miss the triple bill of special exhibitions now on – Faith Beauty Love Hope, Perfect Stranger, and thINK.

When: 11, 12, 13, 14, 26, 27, 28 Feb

Time: Daily (10am-7pm), Fridays (10am-9pm)

Where: Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555

*SG/PR  children (ages 6 and below), students & seniors enjoy free entry to all  of ACM’s permanent galleries and special exhibitions.

Details

6. Celebrate the Year of the Ox with LEGO® Festive Carnival

Image: CapitaLand

Southeast Asia's largest LEGO® Festive Carnival continues into the Lunar New Year with refreshed LEGO® installations across 13 CapitaLand Malls in Singapore.

CapitaLand and LEGO® have also created an exclusive WhatsApp sticker pack of adorable festive greetings featuring LEGO Mini figures.

Download the stickers and send cute well wishes to your loved ones!

When: Now till 26 Feb

Participating malls:

  • Bedok Mall
  • Bukit Panjang Plaza
  • Bugis+
  • Bugis Junction
  • Funan
  • IMM
  • JCube
  • Junction 8
  • Lot One Shoppers' Mall
  • Plaza Singapura
  • SingPost Centre
  • Tampines Mall
  • Westgate

Details

7. Blossom into Spring with Lunar New Year activities and promotions at Fraser Property Malls

Image: Frasers Property

The malls of Fraser Property will be celebrating Chinese New Year with a slew of mall activities, workshops, rewards, and joyous treats for all!

Get free red packets and carrier bags when you spend, take park in lucky draws , play the Spot the Ox of Fortune Game for a chance to win digital gift cards, and more!

Details

8. [Promo] KKday bundle deals on attractions and staycations

Image: Skyline Luge Sentosa

Save up to 47% on attractions and up to 70% on staycations with KKday's bundle deals this CNY festive period!

Bundle deals on attractions:

  • Skyline Luge and Skyride + Madame Tussauds
  • EcoAdventure Segway Tour + Madame Tussauds
  • NERF Action Xperience + Universal Studios Singapore
  • S.E.A Aquarium + NERF Action Xperience
  • Universal Studios + Madame Tussauds

Staycation deals:

  • Fullerton Hotel
  • Fullerton Bay Hotel
  • Fairmont Singapore

Check out deals on KKday

Week of Feb 1-7

Featured Activities this week

1. Nature Walks with Young Nautilus

2. ARTWALK Little India

3. Super Saturdays - Asian Civilisations Museum

4. New K-wave Zone at Madame Tussauds Singapore

5. [PROMO] Get 20% off tickets to Polliwogs this February

6. Chinese New Year 2021 workshop

1. Nature Walks with Young Nautilus

Image: Young Nautilus

Young Nautilus' Nature Walks take you on a tour of the coastal backyards in Singapore.

Get up close and learn all about the biodiversity of the amazing animals and plants in these habitats.

Walks are led by Young Nautilus' passionate educators with group sizes kept small at 4-8 participants per group.

A great way to expose your kids to science and nature!

Ages: Programs are available for kids from ages 2 and above.

Duration: 1.5-2 hours

Schedule

  • 7 Feb (Sun) - Sungei Buloh Wetland
  • 15 Feb (Mon) - Pasir Ris Park Intertidal
  • 20 Feb (Sat) - Sungei Buloh Wetland
  • 26 Feb (Fri) - Coney Island Intertidal
  • 27 Feb (Sat) - Punggol Promenade
  • 28 Feb (Sun) - Changi Sandy Intertidal

Tickets:

  • Child: $36
  • Adult: $38
  • Group of 4 pax: $144

More info

2. ARTWALK Little India

Image: ARTWALK Little India

ARTWALK Little India brings to life the history and traditions of Little India through a multisensory art experience.

Look forward to music and dance performances, storytelling sessions, live virtual tours, and kids craft workshops, all delivered online for you to enjoy in the comfort of your home.

Then take a walk around Little India and check out the various artworks and installations highlighting the culture of Little India.

When: Till 6 Feb

Programme Outline

3. Super Saturdays - Asian Civilisations Museum

Image: Asian Civilisations Museum

Join the Asian Civilisations Museum for a mix of onsite and online programmes as part of the Faith Beauty Love Hope - Our Stories Your ACM exhibition.

Enjoy special $6 admission to Faith Beauty Love Hope from 1 to 5pm during the programme (Usual price: $12 for Singaporeans and PRs, $20 for other visitors).

Activities include an online zine making workshop as well as onsite activities:

  • Drop-in craft activity to create a mini cheetah plushie
  • Face mask making workshop
  • Tea Therapy workshop

When: 6 Feb, 1-5pm

Where: Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555

4. New K-wave Zone at Madame Tussauds Singapore

Image: Madame Tussauds Singapore

Meet your favorite Korean stars at Madame Tussauds Singapore's new K-Wave zone.

Enter the Korean Town and pose in front of the hanoks (traditional Korean house) and cherry blossom trees.

Meet stars like Kim Woo Bin, Bae Suzy, and Song Seung Heon.

The wax figure of Kim Woo Bin will only be here for a limited period so be sure to catch him before he leaves!

Where: Madame Tussauds Singapore, 40 Imbiah Road, Imbiah Lookout, Sentosa, Singapore 099700

Get ticket deals on:

Klook

KKday

5. [PROMO] Get 20% off tickets to Polliwogs this February

Just key in Promo code "welcomefeb2021" at the online payment page to enjoy 20% off child tickets at Polliwogs Indoor Playground at Suntec City and Vivo City.

Where:

Polliwogs Suntec City, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall, #02-728, Tower 4, Singapore 038983

Polliwogs Vivo City, 1 HarbourFront Walk, #03-12 VivoCity, Singapore 098585

More info

6. 我怎么这么牛!Chinese New Year 2021 Workshop

Image: Mind Stretcher

Be immersed in the Chinese New Year festivities at this fun filled educational workshop with Mind Stretcher.

Your child will |explore the origins of Chinese New Year and learn auspicious greetings.

They'll also get hands on experience in Chinese calligraphy and create a plum blossom painting with Chinese ink.

Best of all, they get to bring home their creations to be displayed proudly during the Chinese New Year celebrations!

Ages: 5-7

When: 6 Feb, 1pm-3pm

Where: MS West Campus @ Grantral Mall, 3151 Commonwealth Ave West #03-01 Singapore 129581

Fee: $21.40

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