10 Ideal, Fun-Filled Activities for Kiddos in Singapore This 2016


0 Ideal, Fun-Filled Activities for Kiddos in Singapore This 2016

How do you spend your time with your family? Do you always end up watching movies at cinema house? Going to amusement parks and taking crazy rides?

You should treat your family into a worthy family bonding with a twist for the next time. Don’t settle again for the same stuff that you and your family has been doing for the long time. There are lots of super cool and family-friendly places!

Here are 10 must-try family bonding activities that you can try in Singapore this 2016. Bring them all and enjoy every moments shared together with your family!

1.Nyonya Kueh Making


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Isn’t that kids love to do cooking during their playtime? If that so, well, they will surely this activity – nyonya kueh making. Get them involved in the process of making their favourite nyonya delight at the Cooking Art Studio which will be a part of the upcoming Singapore Food Festival!

Learning Journeys by Cooking Art Industries

Opening Hours: 16, 23, 30 July & 6 August (Saturdays)

Admission Fee: $30 per pax

Note: Bread making/cake decoration workshop (Insider’s Kitchen Tour by Sembawang Confectionery) is also held on 17, 24, 31 July & 7 August (Sundays). Price: $25 per pax.

2.Experience Work Life at Kidzania


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Life’s ambition begins in childhood. It is the stage when you try to figure out what you wanted to be when you grow up. Good thing at Singapore is that you can now let your child try various jobs such as firefighter, chef or candy designer. Just bring them at KidZania which had opened last April 2016.

This will be a good platform for them to learn about growing up and will also cultivate necessary values.

Address: Palawan Kidz City, 31 Beach View #01-01/02, Singapore 098008 (Opposite Port of Lost Wonder)

Opening Hours: Sundays to Thursdays: 10am to 5pm | Fridays, Saturdays, School holidays, eve of and Public Holidays: 10am to 8pm

Admission Fee: For walk-in admission Infants (under 2 years old) Free | Toddlers aged 2-3 S$25 | Kids aged 4-17 S$58 | Adults aged 18-59 S$35 | Senior Citizens (aged 60 & above) S$25

3.Visit ArtScience Museum


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Kids are the ones which are fascinated with everything they see. They are always amazed by every moving things and also curious with almost everything. Well, that makes a kid, right?

Once you bring your kiddos at ArtScience Museum in Sentosa, MOSH, they will definitely enjoy interactive games as well as they will be immersed with the digital space.

Address: 31 Beach View #03-01, Palawan Kidz City, Singapore 098008

Opening Hours: 10am – 9 pm

Admission Fee: For full list of prices and promotions, click here

4.Check out Vivo’s Timezone


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For those who haven’t send their kids in a Timezone, it’s you chance now to let them experience different kinds of activities. But you should also prepare yourself for the money that you’ll spend for this. But don’t worry, you’ll be paid off by the fun and enjoyment of your kids.

Address: 1 Harbour Front Walk, #03-03 VivoCity, 098585

Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm

5.Unleash Kids’ Creativity at Playeum


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If you don’t know the existence of Playeum at Gillman Barracks yet, then you must have a visit here with together with your family. This large indoor playground for kids offers many opportunities for your kids!

Take the chance of bringing them now in this, because from now until October 2016, Playeum will be Hideaways – Creating with Nature, where kids will learn more about the environment around them through play.

Address: Blk 47, Malan Road, Gillman Barracks, #01-23, Singapore 109444

Contact: 6262 0750

6.Befriend with Critters at Kampung Zoo



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Study shows that if a child is attached and feel empathy with animals, chances are they are more likely to become protective with their family. So better if your kids are still young, let them feel close with animals (but guide them to not get hurt).

You can bring them to Kampung Zoo in SG where in they can meet and feed critters. At $2 for 3 packs of pet food. You and your kids will have much fun with this different kind of family activity.

Address: 81 Seletar West Farmway 5, Singapore 798061

Opening Hours: 10am-6pm daily (except CNY Eve & CNY)

Contact: 6482 1160

7.Bring your kids for an air-conditioned picnic


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Fond of spending bonding with your family in a park where you can have a picnic? But you always worry about your kids being exposed to the sun? Worry no more, you can now have picnic with your family in an air-conditioned place at ION Orchard this July!

ION Orchard Culinary Creations 2016: Picnic Garden

Opening Hours: 15 – 17 July, 10am – 10pm | Picnic basket collection: 11am – 1pm, 6pm – 8pm

8. Let them experience childhood at Singapore’s most legendary food street!


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If you and your family love eating, then, this time, instead of dining in and spending huge bunch of money in a fine dining restaurant, why not bring them to the most legendary food street in SG? Let them experience your childhood by tasting the foods you loved during your times? Surely they will have a great time and you will have time to reminisce your childhood days.

The 50 Cents Fest!

Address: Chinatown Food Street, 7 Smith Street, Singapore 058921

Opening Hours: 3pm – 11pm on 30th July, 11am – 11pm on 31st July

Admission Fee: Free entry; pay for purchases

9. Let your kids be a construction worker for a day!


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Are your kids fan of Bob the Builder? If yes, well, that’s great. But don’t feel bad for those who weren’t. Your kids can still enjoy this activity wherein they can be a construction worker for a day. Your kids can also enjoy different games, in which there will be hand-eye coordination included to the test while they are enjoying knocking things down or scooping blocks from sand.

Address: Raintree Cove, 1020 East Coast Parkway #01-04, Singapore 449878

Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm

10.Explore the spanking new Punggol SAFRA.


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Do you have a kid aged 18 months to 13 years old? Well, you should not miss this fun-filled activities here at Punggol SAFRA’s Splash @ Amaze. This is an alternative if you’re sick with the boring old pool.

Address: 9 Sentul Cres, Singapore 828654

Opening Hours: Mon – Thu 10am – 8pm | Fri – Sun & PH & School Holidays 10am – 9pm

See? There are lots of activities to do aside from the ones you and your kids are always doing. Always bear in mind that every moments spend with your loved ones are the most precious ones!


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