From indoor playgrounds to immersive workshops and nature tours, here's some of our favorite things to do with the kids this March holidays.
For more ideas on kids activities, be sure to check out our guides on the best indoor playgrounds, kid friendly museums, staycations, farms, outdoor playgrounds, and March holiday camps as well.
And continue to watch this space as as we update this page for more fun family activities for the March holidays!
Supercharge Your Week with a Fun Day out at SuperPark
Play at AIRZONE's Six-Storey High Net Playground
Visit the Live Turtle & Tortoise Museum
The World of Nickelodeon Singapore
Jurassic Dinosaur Adventure Park
Jumptopia Wonder Garden at Gardens by the Bay
Pop-Up Disney! A Mickey Celebration
Universal Studios Singapore - One Last Boogie
Explore the World in 80 Days with Andsoforth
Sakura Featuring Tokidoki at Gardens by the Bay
Weird but True - Gardens by the Bay
New feeding sessions with Indian Rhinoceros at Night Safari
City Sprouts and Kranji Countryside Farmers Market
SentoSights - Sustainability and heritage-themed tours of Sentosa
March Family Fun at the National Museum
Gallery Children's Biennale - National Gallery Singapore
Little Adventurers at Indian Heritage Centre
March On 2022 - Esplanade Theatres on the Bay
Remember Rainforest - A Young People Environmental Dance-Theatre Production
Sea Lions: Life By A Whisker
Singapore Smash 2022
Plan your next family adventure with Pelago.co, a travel experience platform by Singapore Airlines that offers amazing activities across 30 destinations globally.
Get inspiration for fun family experiences that you can book, from indoor playgrounds and nature experiences, to theme parks and even exclusive tours led by SIA Cabin Crews.
The best part? You earn KrisFlyer Miles with every booking which can be used to redeem for activities and more!
And it gets better, from 1 Mar - 30 Apr 2022, enjoy 25% off on products tagged with "Families with Kids".
Just use promo code PELSCK25 when booking to enjoy the promotion (capped at $50 off and 1 redemption per user).
Here's some of the unique activities you can find on Pelago:
SuperPark is one of the biggest indoor activity parks in Singapore. Located at Suntec City, its facility covers a massive 40,000 square feet!
This is not your typical playground where kids get fatigued after an hour or two.
There are lots of activities here that are suitable for adults as well, which will keep you and your family entertained for hours on end.
With over 20 different fun games and activities in one amazing venue, SuperPark is the perfect setting for people of all ages to come together and play.
Race around the Pedal Car Track and zip down the Flying Fox at the Adventure Area, then try your hand at archery, or have a game of Superbowling at the Game Arena.
Over at the Freestyle Hall, you can jump to your heart's content at the Trampoline Platform, or grab your skates and head to Skate and Scoot World, the only indoor skate park in Singapore.
Whatever it is, there will be something for everyone, which makes SuperPark a great choice for a fun family day out!
Location: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall #02-477 (North Wing), Singapore 038983
Float and bounce away in the world's first indoor suspended Net Playground.
You'll be speeding down slides, navigating through a 3D Maze, wading in a floating ball pit, and having a game of giant inflatable soccer in this one of a kind playground that's suspended in between levels 2 to 6 of City Square Mall. There's plenty to keep you entertained no matter how old you are.
It may be a bit scary at first but you'll soon start to enjoy that zero-gravity feeling on the floaty and bouncy nets.
Feel free to bounce away and let loose, the nets are originally designed to catch falling gymnasts so you won't get hurt falling on them.
And yes, it's completely safe. Each layer of net can hold 7,350 kg per square metre, the equivalent of 2 fully laden Singapore passenger buses lying on its side.
Location: City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Road #02-K4/K10
If you're a fan of turtles and tortoises, then the Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum is the place to be.
It holds the Guinness World Records for the largest collection of turtle and tortoise items.
There are currently 700 live turtles here, some of which are rare and endangered.
The star of the show are the free roaming giant turtles which you can get up close to pet and feed. They're really friendly!
Aside from these gentle creatures, you'll also find cute terrapins, as well as other unique species such as the "Six Legged Tortoise", and the fearsome Alligator Snapping Turtle (sorry, you can't feed these!).
Location: ORTO, 81 Lor Chencharu #01-16, Singapore 769198
Looking for more fun family experiences? Head over to Pelago.co to find out what's in store!
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 - 17 Apr 2022
Opening Hours: Daily from 10am-10pm
Ticket prices are the same for adults and kids.
Location: Let's Play @ #03-208/209 Marina Square
By popular demand, Jurassic Dinosaur Adventure Park has been extended to 20 March 2022 with new exhibits, bouncy castle, train rides, and meet and greets with your favorite dinosaurs!
If you haven't been, now's your chance to encounter life sized dinosaurs within a forest setting.
It's your chance to encounter life sized dinosaurs within a forest setting.
Kids can also look forward to a variety of games and activities such as dinosaur riding, volcano trampolines, train rides, shooting games, dinosaur fossil cave, and a 3 metre volcano area.
Location: Let's Play @ D'Marquee, Downtown East
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
Location: Bayfront Pavilion, Gardens by the Bay
In Asia for the first time ever, Pop-Up Disney! A Mickey Celebration brings the world's favorite mouse to life in a magical interactive experience.
Get your cameras ready as art and selfies combine to produce a visually stunning and whimsically immersive experience that's spread over 1,350 sqm across 7 themed rooms.
Disney fans have plenty to look forward to as you go on a journey from the classic black and white cartoons to the futuristic Mickey of tomorrow.
Look out for the exclusive Disney Singapore themed room and merchandise too!
Date: 19 Nov 2021 - 20 Mar 2022
Location: Suntec Convention Centre, Level 3, 1 Raffles Boulevard Singapore 039593
Join the characters from DreamWorks Animation's Madagascar in the Madagascar Zone's wildest celebration yet before its closure.
This will also be the last chance to ride Madagascar: A Crate Adventure as the river boat will also close from 28 March.
Catch the lovable Madagascar characters at the Move It! Move It! Meet & Greet and at Bon Voyage! Blowout! as they parade on amazing floats in the evening.
There will be specially prepared food as well so you can enjoy the flavours from the wild. Tuck into island flavours like tender grilled beef and mutton brochettes and quench your thirst with a refreshing watermelon or coconut shake.
Date: 10- 27 Mar
Location: Universal Studios Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway Singapore 098269
Calling all kids! Go on an adventure at Andsoforth Junior's Around the World in 80 Days Book Workshop.
Kids will learn about one of the most famous books ever written by the father of science fiction, Jules Verne.
They'll visit replicas of famous places around the world - and reimagined ones too, like an old theatre from London, a ship travelling from Egypt to Bombay, a jungle in Kolkata, a train from Hong Kong, and Japan’s oldest and largest coal mine.
They'll meet workshop facilitators who will bring the characters from the book to life and teach hands-on activities for a genuinely unique educational experience.
Date: 13 & 20 Mar 2022
Duration: 75 mins
Location: 16 Lorong Ampas (Warehouse16)
Tickets: $48 per pax
tokidoki makes its debut at Gardens by the Bay!
Fubuki, Ichiyo, Haru & Harumi, Yoshino, and Sakurako - tokidoki's five magical Unicorns, along with the the ever-popular characters SANDy and Donutella will be making their debut appearance at this year's Sakura floral display.
You'll see the Tokidoki figures in a landscape with torii gates, hanami settings, Japanese floral art by Ikebana International SIngapore, and a display of carp streamers known as koinobori on loan from the Japanese Association Singapore.
Explore a magnificent big box with marumado (traditional circular Japanese windows with a view) while admiring the beauty of cherry blossoms.
Location: Floral Dome at Gardens by the Bay
Date: 4 Mar - 3 Apr 2022
Opening hours: 9am-9pm
Admission: admission charge to Flower Dome applies
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
Set in the rustic environment of the Kranji Countryside, Bollywood Farms is a sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Explore the farm by following the trails which take you through plots of vegetables and fruit trees. The farm has hundreds of varieties of edible plants growing at any one time.
Refuel at the Poison Ivy Bistro, which serves up hearty farm to table cuisine and is a favorite with visitors.
Favorites include the Nasi Lemak Platter, Warrior's Chicken Curry (hormone and anti-biotic free), and Bollywood Wings.
You won't want to miss the Chocolate Banana Cake with Vanilla Ice Cream for dessert as well!
Location: 100 Neo Tiew Road Singapore 719026
For reservations to Poison Ivy Bistro, call 6898 5001.
For the first time in Singapore, visitors to Night Safari will be able to get up close and personal with the elusive, prehistoric-looking Indian rhinoceros.
The new feeding programme features Newari, one of the two Indian rhinos that arrived in Singapore last April.
In addition to feeding the Indian rhino, you'll also have the opportunity to interact with the animal care team.
Hear from Newari's caretakers as they share anecdotes and fun facts about the fascinating rhinos.
Feedings cost $10 with all contributions going towards supporting conservation projects in Singapore and South East Asia.
Bookings must be made online.
The feeding experience is also available to guests that sign up for the Safari Adventure Tour, Night Safari's exclusive behind-the-scenes tour programme.
City Sprouts is bringing the Kranji Countryside Farmers Market to the city!
Sample and shop fresh produce from a range of greens and livestock farmers.
You'll get to learn all about farming directly from the farmers themselves.
You can even try your hand at harvesting the produce in one of the workshops hosted by the farmers!
Ticket holders receive shopping vouchers as well as access to hands-on workshops such as animal and bugs encounters, gardening, and harvesting.
Date: 12 and 13 Mar 2022
Location: City Sprouts, 102 Henderson Road Singapore 159562
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.
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.
Here are the tours you can sign up for:
Date: From now till - 31 Dec 2022
Take part in the National Museum's popular programmes this March School holidays.
17 Mar, 10:30 and 1:30pm
Create your own picture book featuring animals from the museum's William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings and your favorite characters from "Otah & Friends: Camp Stardust".
15 Mar, 10:30am and 11:45am
Journey through the Growing Up gallery using sign language with docents Judy and Harry, a senior and a young man living with Down Syndrome respectively to explore the 2022 Singapore Dream.
Explore the museum's galleries, solve riddles to uncover little-known facts behind the mysterious artefacts, and complete the hunt to redeem a prize sponsored by Plano!
Visit National Museum Singapore's website for more information on the programmes and to register.
The latest edition of the Gallery Children's Biennale takes you on a multi-sensory journey to experience nine on-site installations with the theme of "Why Art Matters".
The artworks explore the themes of Home, Diversity, Environment, and Time, presenting the relevant topics of today in a way that is child friendly.
Visitors will be able to walk through a larger-than-life installation reminiscent of a city, catch life-sized backgrounds that transport them into an other-worldly space, journey the landscapes of Campbodia, and more!
Adding to the experience, there will also be a variety of on-site programmes and performances for kids such as storytelling sessions and workshops.
Date: From now till Dec 2022
Location: National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew's Road Singapore 178957
Come get crafty at the Indian Heritage Centre and join in on daily workshops and craft activities daily that will get your creative juices going.
Here's what you can look forward to during the school holiday period:
Date: 12-20 Mar 2022
More information on the Indian Heritage Centre's website.
March On is Esplanade's annual children's festival that addresses pertinent problems for young people via multi-disciplinary programming and participatory arts experiences.
Look forward to a whole lineup of free and ticketed events including storytelling sessions, workshops, and dance, theatre, and music performances.
Date: 9-13 Mar
More information on programmes on Esplanade's website.
Remember Rainforest is a beautiful and magical film made for kids and families on the poignant issue of deforestation.
Performed by children from The Arts Granary dance programme, the film unveils the fantastic encounters of a Child Hero who meets a Forest Shaman and other wildlife in the forgotten rainforest.
As the story unfolds, meet the Ancient Tree Spirit and learn to treasure and protect our natural heritage, as the Child Hero learns about the urgency of saving the rainforest and its wildlife inhabitants, or risk losing them forever.
Tickets: $10 (Concessions and group discounts available)
Date: from now till 30 Jun 2022
Sea Lions Life By A Whisker is a new show screening at the Omni-Theatre.
Discover the world of a rare Australian sea lion pup and meet the people that are doing all they can to save her species.
Ages: 7 and up
Date: 12-20 Mar 2022
Timings: 10am, 11am, 12pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm
Location: Omni-Theatre, Science Centre Singapore
Singapore hosts its first ever World Table Tennis (WTT) Grand Smash this March.
The WTT Grand Smashes are the cornerstone of the WTT Series, and the Singapore Smash will be the first of four new pillars of professional table tennis.
Table tennis fans will be treated to 2 weeks of thrilling knockout elimination table tennis action with singles, doubles, and mixed doubles games.
Watch as the world's top players battle for the prize money of US$2 million, the largest prize money ever seen at an officially sanctioned table tennis event.
Date: 7-20 Mar 2022
Location: OCBC Arena Hall
Tickets: From $10
Check out our guides for more ideas on things to do during the March holidays:
This article contains paid partnership content
Disclosure: This article contains some affiliate links. If you use these links to buy something, we may earn a commission at no extra costs to you. This helps keep us going and allows us to continue creating free content for you. As always, we only recommend things we would use ourselves.
Get the best kids activities, events, deals, and more delivered straight to your inbox weekly 😊