Top Kids’ Activities in Singapore

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Kids’ Activities in Singapore:

Play, splash, wade around Inflatable Water Park Hydrodash

Hydro Dash features a massively constructed inflatable obstacle course floating adrift upon waters adjacent to Palawan Beach at Sentosa.

Seeking some kids’ activities from Singapore that your entire family might adore, delight in?

The Park meets such expectations.

The Inflatable Water Playground contains drifting decks to grasp onto while mounting towering slides to ascend higher, slide lower, surmount wet challenge paths. Enjoy!

View Dinosaurs down in Jurassic Mile (Free)

Jurassic Mile features Singapore’s new and biggest monumental outdoor exhibition of twenty distinct tall dinosaurs (1 dinosaur stands 5 meters high).

This 1-km Dino-themed jogging and cycling path stretched over 3.5km Changi Airport Connector path connects the Jewel Changi Airport to East Coast Park with the Park Connector Network (PCN).

Entry is usually free, still during weekend periods, one must book entry.

Wander Around Lakeside Garden, Jurong (Free)

Put on sports gear, then drop by Lakeside Garden within Jurong to the free entry children’s playground with zoo-themed play zones (Zip Lines, Swings, Dens, Slides, Junior Trampolines, or Rope Courses).

Dive in or wade leisurely around their Clusia Cove water leisure pen later (pool now shut owing to COVID19, still, try to confirm via NParks for checking the time of re-opening).

 

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Universal Studios

Specialty Your little ones will be delighted to catch their favorite characters. Get ready to meet Elmo, say hi to the cast from Madagascar, and see the Minions at their despicable best. Oh, and don’t forget to have some thrills on their famous rides. Southeast Asia’s first Universal Studios theme park.

Services: Despicable Me, Sesame Workshop’s Sesame Street, DreamWorks Animation’s Trolls, Battlestar Galactica: HUMAN vs. CYLON™, Revenge of the Mummy, TRANSFORMERS The Ride

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.rwsentosa.com/
Address 8 Sentosa Gateway Singapore, Singapore 098269
Email [email protected]
Opening hours 12 pm to 7 pm
Review 1 A wonderful place must visit. Felt like 1 day is not enough to complete the visit. Advance booking of the tickets is quite helpful.
Review 2 It’s a nice and clean place with choices of attraction. Walking around Sentosa for a day trip was fun! Lots of interesting architecture to see and restaurants to visit.
Review 3 The staff were very approachable and helped inform us of the various height limitations. On a side note. The USS app informs you of the waiting time. He even advised on how to best use the express pass. A fun-filled day for the family.

 


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Brain Moves

Specialty Grounded in neuroscience, psychology, and sports science, Brainy Moves is designed to increase neurogenesis (creation of new brain cells), enhance neuroplasticity (improve and strengthen neural pathways) and regulate neurotransmitters (neurochemicals that regulate alertness, attention, and more). With a well-defined framework and sound pedagogy, novel and purposeful activities, movements, and play training.

Services: Stronger Working Memory, Increased Level of Alertness, Better Motor Planning Skills, Stronger Inference Ability, Stronger Comprehension Ability

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website https://www.brainymoves.org/
Address 80 Changi Road #03-18 Singapore 419715
Telephone +65 8606 3048
Opening hours Wednesday – Friday: 12 noon to 9 pm
Saturday / Sunday: 10am to 6pm
Closed on: Mondays, Tuesdays, and Public Holidays
Review 1 We are very grateful that our son enjoys his classes with Brainy Moves since he was in Primary 1 until now, and we noticed the tremendous development in him!

He was lagging during the 1st Semester of Primary 1. A few months after joining Brainy Moves, he started to pick up his reading, writing, and non-academic areas such as understanding the instructions, social skills, and willingness to study. Now, he is in Primary 4 and fully confident in his academics and keeps improving his non-academic skills.

I believe these results are part of Brainy Moves’ regular training. My son has fantastic and lovely coaches, very dedicated and passionate! My son loves them so much and always look forward to his Thursday session with Brainy Moves.😆

Highly recommending Brainy Moves for all of your children!!!

Review 2 My son has been with Brainy Moves for the past 4 months. We noticed that he is now more confident, physically fitter, and able to listen better to instructions.

He enjoys going to Brainy Moves a lot as their sessions are always fun and innovative. The trainers are very caring, encouraging, and patient and their program is personalized for individual child’s needs.

I would definitely recommend Brainy Moves to anyone who is looking for holistic learning activities for their children. 😊

Review 3 Awesome Brain training program at Brainy Moves!

I am very impressed with the Brain exercises they have personalized according to every child’s needs and ability.

My child has benefited from the conducive learning environment at Brainy Moves where she enjoys her classes thoroughly.

She is always very enthusiastic before and after each and every lesson and is always looking forward to sharing with me what she had done in class. Coach James Tang and his team of trainers are very professional in carrying out the programs well. I am very glad that my child is now able to focus better on her work and her confidence in trying out new things has also improved.

 


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Power Kids Gym

Specialty Power Kids Gym offers a unique range of gym programs for babies, toddlers, nurseries, and school-age children up to 10 years old. They are among the pioneers in the non-competitive, children’s fitness industry. Their aim is to stimulate your child’s mind and senses through a series of exciting stages.

Services: Power kids’ gym, kids’ gym, kids’ gymnastics, kids’ gym sg, kids sports, sports for kids, play-based learning

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.powerkidsgym.com/
Address 81 Clemenceau Ave #02-12 UE Square Singapore, Singapore 239917
Telephone +65-6333 8511
Opening hours 9 am to 6 pm
Review 1 Open for parties and classes as well – great fun for kids to stretch their physical ability and explore their limits safely
Review 2 My girl and I love Power Kids Gym. The classes are fun and the trainers are super knowledgeable and awesome with kids. Open Gym is also a great way to spend an active hour with your little one (hopefully followed by a nap 😜). We had a birthday party here too and the kids all had a blast!
Review 3 cool place, small but big enough for parties…staff were awesome

 


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Zero Latency

Specialty From Melbourne, Zero Latency Singapore is the global leader in multi-player virtual reality and the largest virtual reality gaming arena in Singapore. It is widely regarded as one of the world’s best gaming experiences that has catapulted onto the world stage. Their equipment is custom-made and designed for maximum immersion.

Services: VR Games, free-roaming arena, multi-player gaming, VR Simulation, Immersive gaming

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website https://www.zerolatencyvr.com.sg/
Address 3 Temasek Boulevard #03-346/347 Suntec City Mall Singapore 038983
Telephone +65-6931 0331
Opening hours 12 pm to 9 pm
Review 1 Great customer service, orientation covered all questions that we had. Gameplay was fun, with the gamemaster giving tips when we were overwhelmed. SG Clean certified as well, with staff wiping down all equipment and plenty of hand sanitizers at both entrance and exit of the game room.
Review 2 My bros(and sistas) and I went to check out Zero Latency. Enjoyed the VR game which I estimate was about 30mins. The equipment is clean and well maintained.
*For those wearing glasses, you can either wear a contact lens or use the VR Google directly (accordingly to the staff it can be used until about 500 degrees). After the games, you will be able to see your scores to see how you faired (it will be emailed to you as well)Good indoor social activity for those who prefer aircon.
Review 3 Absolutely amazing experience. Will definitely do it again. It is incredibly lifelike and extremely well done. We showed up and were able to go in immediately to play. Highly recommended!

 


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National Gallery Singapore

Specialty Keppel Centre for Art Education is a dynamic space where art inspires new ways of learning. Come experience immersive spaces that encourage imagination, creativity, and self-led exploration. The Centre also provides a lively line-up of programs for youth, children, and families. Gallery Children’s Biennale 2021 is now LIVE, island expedition.

Services: Progressive Museum, collaborative research, education, long-term and special exhibitions, innovative programming

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.nationalgallery.sg/
Address 1 St. Andrew’s Road Singapore, Singapore 178957
Telephone +65- 6271 7000
Opening hours 10 am to 7 pm
Review 1 Visiting the museum is a great way to spend a weekend afternoon. It helps the mind to switch gears after a week’s work.

There are multiple galleries, so you can easily spend 3 to 5 hours here just walking through the different exhibitions. If you are unsure of where to start, you can always approach the counter at Level 1.

If you have a membership, there is also a discount in the shop on Level 1 and also on the dining options.

There are several dining options with great views of the Padang and the city skyline.

The shop has nice items which have local Singaporean elements which are great gifts for friends who might be visiting Singapore from overseas.

Review 2 National Gallery is located in the heart of CBD just opposite the Padang. The building is rich in heritage but the interior is beautifully designed. The architecture combines neoclassical with modernity. There are thousands of artworks on display ranging from historical paintings, abstract parts,  contemporary masterpieces, and visual arts.
Review 3 The gallery is very grand, can get lost easily in certain areas. The interior design is so beautiful. Learned some interesting history about the gallery, Singapore, and Singapore artists. There are a lot of stairs but there are lifts, ramps, and escalators in some areas. Definitely a good gallery to visit for all ages.

 


 

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Jewel Changi Airport

Specialty Suspended 23 meters above ground, take a walk on the Canopy Bridge for a gripping vantage point. With a glass bottom at the center portion and fog emitted at both ends, experience what it feels like to walk among the clouds. Recommended attire:

– Pants, shorts

– Comfortable covered shoes

Services: Manulife Sky Nets, Canopy Park, HSBC Rain Vortex, Shiseido Forest Valley, hedge maze

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website https://www.jewelchangiairport.com/
Address 78 Airport Boulevard Singapore 819666
Telephone +65 6956 9898
Opening hours 10am – 10pm
Review 1 One of our fav indoors for kids under 8, spent good half a day there and our LOs had lots to go around, esp at the bouncing park. Despite waiting time was quite a while it was worth, will be great if they can introduce an online booking tool so that we can plan time better through the stay. The walking park was challenging for the LOs but one staff Nathan and in fact, most of the service staff in Canopy Park are always very attentive and hospitable. Nathan went all out to help the kids get through the obstacles and encouraged them to complete with no fear, huge Thank YOU! Will be great to see new changes to the art displays once in a while and also, maybe to include all attractions within the park in one ticket as it gets quite confusing during booking.
Review 2 The latest attraction in Singapore. A comfortable indoor park with several activities within it.
On its own, it’s a nice leisurely walk, with lots of greenery in an aircon environment and multiple photo opportunities. There are sub-attractions within it that are ticketed separately such as the Bouncing Nets / Walking one. The bouncing one is more for the kids. I went for the walking version, and it was a little scary, perhaps because I wasn’t in the right shoes. They do provide non-slip covered rubber shoes for you if you need them, I should have taken up the offer. It was fun nonetheless and they’ve got staff up there to help you along.
Highly recommended for those making a stopover in Singapore, or have a late-night flight out of Singapore. You can check-in early and drop off the luggage, spend an hour or two here, have a meal before you leave.
Review 3 The park is located at L5. Tickets can be bought both online or on-site at the ticketing booth.

Once you enter you’ll be greeted by animals that are made from flowers where you can take photos. There’s also a slide in which even adults can play and a small garden near the exit.

I also bought the ticket for Manulife Sky Net- bouncing. So there’s a digital queue system for it where you’ll have to scan a QR code and key in your phone number to queue for it. Do note that once a certain limit has been reached, queueing would not be possible and you would have to wait maybe around a few minutes to half an hour before the system opens up the queue. That was what happen with my friends and I where I managed to queue for the last 2 pax before the system stopped accepting. So among the 3 of us, 2 of us went in first. The bouncing sky net is so fun, definitely worth queueing for. Make you feel like a kid all over. Do drink plenty of water before entering as you’ll definitely feel dehydrated from all the bouncing.

Even if you don’t purchase the sky net just the canopy park is good enough. Plenty of space to seat and walk around.

Good for families with kids, friends, and dates.

 


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Beary Fun Gym

Specialty Coaches are experienced in managing, coaching children of different age groups. With knowledge of child development needs, they can establish a good and warm rapport with children and their parents. They have seen many children improve in their physical and cognitive abilities and receive positive feedback from parents and school.

Services: Skill Based not Play-Based, Structured classes, physical and non-physical benefits, gymnastics curriculum, Child Development

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.bearyfungym.com/
Address 2 Bukit Batok Street 22, Singapore 659581
Telephone +65-9182 1089
Opening hours 10.30 am to 8.30 pm

 


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FaMA

Specialty Sign your child up for a FREE WEEK TRIAL of Kids Martial Arts lessons in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) or Muay Thai at their premier martial arts academy located in Clarke Quay. Famous for being one of the cleanest, safest, and family-friendly martial arts academies, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ), Muay Thai programs.

Services: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, basic movement patterns, Martial Arts, striking, grappling, bodyweight exercises

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.famafit.com/
Address 3A River Valley Road #02-03, Clarke Quay, Blk A, 17902
Telephone +65- 6352 0992
Opening hours 6.30 am to 10 pm
Review 1 BJJ coaches were thorough in explaining and correcting each technique. Professional and highly skilled coaches maintained a culture of mutual respect in the gym.

Shout-out to Robyn for checking on every student even when classes are packed and for being encouraging and supportive! Coach Zorro was also kind and down-to-earth, patiently correcting my moves and answering my questions.

Unfortunately, classes are quite short and the coach-student ratio is high which will be a challenge if you’re looking to train competitively.

Review 2 Great gym with highly skilled coaches that seem to enjoy the classes. They run single classes at a time, it’s, therefore, less crowded and you get to know people a lot better. Reminds me of Apollo Creed’s gym in Rocky 3😊
Review 3 Extremely friendly coaches who always go above and beyond to ensure that trainees feel comfortable. Kru Yo and Mark have made every session fun to work out a good sweat!

 


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Carnival World

Specialty Carnival World provides a wide range of good-quality bouncy castles and inflatable obstacle courses in Singapore. From small bouncy castles for birthday parties to jumbo bouncy castles for a carnival event, they have it all. Their small bouncy castle rentals work for parties. Premium carnival games. Giant ball pit. Animal kiddy rides. Rent Arcade Machines.

Services: Rent Arcade Machines, bouncy castles, inflatable obstacle courses, ball pit, carnival game stall, Led Claw Machine

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website https://www.carnivalworld.sg/
Address 10 Admiralty Street #05-40, North Link Building, Singapore 757695
Telephone +65-6612 6450
Opening hours 24/7
Review 1 The various games for you to select for events that you wanted. Carnival World also has services for birthdays/ children, especially the bouncy castles and arcade machines to make the event more lively and engaging! I would definitely recommend this company for setting up events for your companies/ birthday / in-house party etc.. with an affordable price! You guys can take a look into it!
Review 2 Thank you Carnival World SG!
Really appreciate all the minor details and stuff we had in mind were being followed up timely, and well presented on the day of our event.
Keep up the great work! Highly recommend this team for event services!
Review 3 Very happy they have new games that are very fun to play!

 


 

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Singapore Science Centre

Specialty They make science accessible and engaging. Some of the ways they do this are: setting up exhibitions to illustrate the principles and powers of science and technology in everyday life, conducting school programs to complement the school science syllabus, producing scientific magazines and natural history guidebooks, arranging, hosting guided tours.

Services: Science Centre, conducting school programs, science syllabus. scientific magazines natural history guidebooks

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.science.edu.sg/
Address 15 Science Centre Road Singapore, Singapore 609081
Telephone +65-6425 2500
Opening hours 10 am to 1 pm
Review 1 Great weekends outing and experiences for the family especially the kids to gain scientific knowledge.
Review 2 A gem in Jurong east since the 90s. It’s complimentary on Fridays for Singaporeans and PRs. So why not bring your friends or family for a short day out? I’m sure there’s something for everyone to enjoy in Science Centre Singapore. Have fun! Here are some interesting ones that I saw. 😸
Review 3 Great place for a weekend with the family. There is an exhibition currently held showcasing the life, works, and history of Leonardo da Vinci.

 


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Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa

Specialty The resort is an aquatic paradise for children. They can enjoy an exhilarating time at the three animal-themed water slides at the children’s pool, have a splashing fun time under the water bucket and the splash pad. The Cool Zone provides fun for children with various activity centers, wading pools.

Services: Aquatic paradise, activity centers, Toots Club, Mini Toots Club, outdoor play space, Siloso Beach, slides

Pricing  Request a quotation:  [email protected]
Website http://www.shangri-la.com/singapore/
Address 101 Siloso Road, Sentosa 098970, Singapore
Telephone (+65) 6275 0100
Opening hours 24/7
Review 1 I am happy that I made the correct choice of spending my family staycation at the Shangri-la Rasa Sentosa resort, this is where we really get a getaway feeling despite the covid situation.
Review 2 Stayed for 3 days and there were lots of activities available, especially for kids. The room was spacious and clean. Their staff was all friendly and helpful. The breakfast buffet had some varieties too and the food tasted great. Due to covid restrictions, you’ll have to book everything in advance of course, but that’s expected and actually a good thing. We’ll definitely come back and spend a few more days there to enjoy all the offerings
Review 3 Another amazing stay at our favorite hotel in Singapore Sentosa. This feeling of traveling to a resort, far from home is systematically there and perfectly relaxing! Views and colors are stunning, the service is amazing, the customer care

 


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Wildlife Reserves

Specialty River Safari, the newest addition to Wildlife Reserves Singapore’s portfolio of award-winning parks, is Asia’s first and only river-themed wildlife park. Occupying 12 hectares and developed at S$160 million, the park is home to 400 plant species and over 7,500 aquatic and terrestrial animals representing close to 240 animal species.

Services: River Safari, aquatic, terrestrial animals, freshwater animals, freshwater ecosystems

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.wrs.com.sg/
Address 80 Mandai Lake Road Mandai, Singapore 729826
Telephone +65-6269 3411
Opening hours 8.30 am to 6 pm
Review 1 wonderful place to enjoy with kids and family
Review 2 Amazing and enjoyable place for my kids. Especially free and open animals and birds are really admiring my kids.
Review 3 World-class people work here, they are very professional and contribute to the well-being of the reserves in Singapore. First-class wildlife can be observed roaming about and playing in their naturally created environment. Well done and be proud

 


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Singapore River Cruise

Specialty Singapore River Cruise seeks to preserve the heritage of the Singapore River. Bumboats have been plying the Singapore River for more than a century. From sail-powered bumboats of our founding days to our silent and environmentally-friendly electric versions today, Bumboats have come a long way, Singapore River Experience.

Services: Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, Marina Bay, Laser Show Cruise, Alkaff Bridge

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website https://rivercruise.com.sg/
Address 1 North Bridge Road #15-06 High Street Centre Singapore 179094
Telephone (+65) 6336 6111
Opening hours 9 am to 11 pm
Review 1 Booked a night trip using my Singapore Rediscover vouchers.
The night is cooling and the view is amazing. Managed to also learn more about the history of Singapore during this night cruise.
Do queue early if you would like to sit in the open where photo ops are better
Review 2 The best attractive for the tourist who comes to Singapore. As it covers major attractions of Singapore while you enjoy the boat ride across the Singapore river like Merlion, MBS, Esplanade… Its location is right Opp. to Clarke where you also have lot of eateries which includes Cafes, Restaurant, Pub
Review 3 5 Stars! Use my Rediscover Vouchers and it was well worth it! The whole journey 2-way took about 40 minutes. We book a night slot recently in December 2020. The night scenery was AMAZING… Cooling night too…

 


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CowPlayCowMoo

Specialty CowPlayCowMoo operates the Largest Amusement Carnival / Arcade stores in Singapore. With an island-wide network of 5 unique concepts, hundreds of machines, and games, there is bound to be something fun for you. All Machines and surfaces are coated with SDST Anti-Viral Coating. Modern and vintage-style machines are available at outlets.

Services: Claw machines, fishing, Space Invaders, UFO catcher games, gaming arcade

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]https://cpcm.com.sg/booking/
Website https://cpcm.com.sg/
Address 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Tower 3 & 4 #03-372, 038988
Email [email protected]
Opening hours 12.30 pm to 12.30 am
Review 1 Many varieties of arcade games with tickets can be exchanged for many different prizes. If you’re planning to frequent, better to get the membership card and purchase the epic deals for a better exchange rate per coin. Also, a lot of claw machines but relatively challenging to win
Review 2 Best experience here. Coming regularly especially for the claw machines. Staffs are very friendly and helpful. Great time to spend with the loved ones here. They always update with new toys too so you will never get bored
Review 3 What’s there not to like about this. But be sure the keep your wallets in check as you would lose track of your spending!

With crane, claw machines to test your skills and grit. You can easily spend more than an hour playing the various machines cow play cow moo has installed at their premise.

 


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Singapore Island Cruise

Specialty Singapore Island Cruise is the first and original company in Singapore that provides ferry transport services to St John’s and Kusu Island on a scheduled basis, daily since 2007. With a fleet of 14 air-conditioned vessels to transport you to your destination within port limit waters delivered professionally for cruises.

Services: Kusu Island, St. John’s Island, Lazarus Island, Sisters Island, ferry

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website https://www.islandcruise.com.sg/
Address 31 Marina Coastal Drive, Marina South Pier #01-04 Singapore, Singapore 018988
Telephone +65-6534 9339
Opening hours 8 am to 3 pm

 


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National Museum of Singapore

Specialty There are many exciting ways for the whole family from children to grandparents to discover Singapore’s rich history. Join them for a full day of family programs. Explore their galleries at your own pace with their interactive Get Curious! Family Guide, spot artifacts with their Early Learning Resources, play, explore at their inter-generational workshops, sensory playdates, join a tour to discover interesting facts, trivia.

Services: #Doseofculture, Family Fun, HistoriaSG, #MuseumFromHome, Home, Truly Programs

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website https://www.nhb.gov.sg/nationalmuseum/
Address 93 Stamford Rd Singapore, Singapore 178897
Telephone +65-6332 3659
Opening hours 10 am to 7 pm
Review 1 A great place to spend the weekend here. Check out the National Museum website to find out the latest exhibitions. With Covid-19, New measures were put in places like stylus provided to avoid touching those interactive screens with your hands and fingers. The use of RFID tags to interact with the exhibits is also something the kids find interesting. Will definitely come again.
Review 2 Spent several hours going through most of the exhibitions. Interesting historical information on Singapore and its growth. Particularly liked the Picturing the Pandemic, Growing Up and Home Truly exhibitions. Museum was relatively empty which made the experience very enjoyable. Free admissions for locals.

My weird sense of humor was quite amused by the standee in place of the washing machine.

Review 3 Well maintained and managed museum. Interesting content for the exhibition. Very picturesque to take beautiful architecture.

Their current special exhibition at B1 contain interactive galleries, some display even current event like how covid-19 had affected to all walks of life in Singapore.

 


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Mint Museum of Toys

Specialty MINT Museum of Toys houses a world-class collection of vintage toys and collectible items, including vintage posters, confectionery tin boxes, advertising signs, and more in an international award-winning contemporary building on 26 Seah Street.

Since its inauguration, the museum has expanded its collection, amassing well over 50,000 items, 8,500 of which are on display in the museum. The toys and items hail from over 40 countries and range in date from the 1840s to the 1980s. These are displayed across four thematic levels of the museum (Outerspace, Characters, Childhood Favourites, and Collectables), including an enamel sign gallery at the rooftop level which also serves as a bar overlooking the City Centre.

Services: Toys, collector toys, superhero toys, Barbie toys, action figure toys

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website https://www.emint.com/
Address 26 Seah Street Singapore, Singapore 188382
Telephone (+65) 6339 0660 / 8339 8966
Opening hours 9 am to 6 pm
Review 1 This is a charming little place that you should definitely visit if you’re a toy buff. The exhibits are spread across multiple floors with quite a lot of rare and expensive pieces included. The focus, however, is more towards the first half of this century with a majority of them being Tin toys. The exhibits are well categorized but the museum itself is not too big, so you should be able to comfortably finish all the levels in an hour or two.
Review 2 Well designed and really have a collection that spans many years. The history of toys, the poster in steel and enamel, was just amazing and mind-boggling to see. It is a treat for the eyes and the collectors who want to be reminded of the toys and collectibles that have once in their lives touched and played. A play full of colors and architecture is a visual excitement that never fails to awe me.
Review 3 I loved this place, some of the toys here definitely bring back childhood memories. If you are 30 years or older, I think you would appreciate this museum. Younger generations might not be able to understand it as most of the toys here are older than them.

 


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Singapore Discovery Center

Specialty Singapore Discovery Centre (SDC) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to share the Singapore Story and inspire a desire to contribute to Singapore’s future. SDC provides a mind-and-heart-engaging, multi-sensory learning experience which spans a selection of integrated themes. SDC’s guests learn about what makes Singapore tick, discover facts, trivia on Singapore.

Services: Wild Thyme Café, [email protected], Permanent Exhibits Gallery, “Through the Lens of Time”, interactive booklet

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.sdc.com.sg/
Address 510 Upper Jurong Road Singapore, Singapore 638365
Telephone +65- 6792 6188
Opening hours 10 am to 10 pm
Review 1 Wonderful place to have fun and learn about Singapore’s history. Staff and guides are friendly and engaging. They have pivoted well amidst restrictions from COVID-19 to offer online versions of their attractions.
Review 2 Excellent place to visit if you want to know some basic Singapore history and war occupation documents. They did a complete renovation in 2020 during a pandemic and only open recently in Oct 2020. The exhibition now is so much better than last time, with plenty of interaction. And yet, this is only half of it, there is another half to be completed Q3 this year. They also added an escape room and other fun facilities, a good place for people to spend time with their families.
Review 3 The new permanent exhibition gives people an immersive experience, where personal stories annotate the part on the Japanese occupation. The personal stories on the cable car rescue in 1983 were also a good chance to learn more. Worth a visit despite the location.

 


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TIMEZONE

Specialty Timezone is the world’s leading fun family interactive entertainment centre with state-of-the-art games and a wide variety of attractive prizes. Timezone games come from world-class amusement brands such as LAI, Sega, Bandai Namco to name a few. Their best-in-class store design, well-trained FunSquad guarantees a fun-filled experience.

Services: Minecraft Dungeons, flashy LED-lit bumper cars, state-of-the-art games, LAI, Sega, Bandai Namco

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.timezonegames.com/
Address 68 Orchard Rd, #07-02 03 Plaza, Singapore 238839
Telephone +65-62564106
Opening hours 11.30 am to 9 pm
Review 1 Minecraft arcade game was the attraction for the children. The cost to play can range from $1.20 to about $3 per turn (didn’t check all the games, just a loose estimate). There are worthwhile promotions on fave or by timezone itself, so worth checking out before topping up your cards. A wide variety of games, for all ages, including bumper cars, more importantly – seldom crowded to an unreasonable level. Staff is always helpful – tip: don’t wait for the bumper car timings on the sign, just ask the staff if they can open it up when you are keen (or there is already a queue lining up – so cute). Be prepared to have $100 worth of credits go in 30 minutes!
Review 2 Great place to hang out with kids. The staff was helpful when machines didn’t work.
Review 3 Many fun machines and easy-to-win ticket rides. Kid enjoyed thoroughly

 


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Virtual Room

Specialty Virtual Room is one of the world’s best team-based virtual reality experiences and is now in Singapore. Blending the escape room concept with a full 3D cinematic experience to deliver a unique, immersive, and mind-blowing adventure. Played in groups of 2, 3, or 4 players solving 3D riddles, puzzles together.

Services: VR Adventure, VR gaming, game studio, location-based entertainment, virtual reality

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Website http://singapore.virtual-room.com/
Address Basement 3, Lucky Chinatown, 211 New Bridge Road Singapore, Singapore B3
Telephone +65- 6966 8060
Opening hours 10 am to 10 pm
Review 1 After going there for the third time, I have completed all the games they have to offer and all of them were pretty good.

First off, the location was perfect, being right next to Chinatown MRT.

Most of the games have you complete individual tasks as a team and are pretty intuitive (aka you don’t need to think too much)

Time travel chapters 1 and 2 require you to collect alien information capsules in different times and places. Generally, it’s about the interactions of the object available to you and using it/ throwing it to your teammates (aka matching the right object to the right place)

Both chapters have a small amount of shooting (projectiles) and are

Are we dead? On the other hand has a more cohesive storyline, with slightly more complex logical connections to make. (It’s still very doable doe). The graphics are very good and near the end, there’s a lot of gun action.

The games hold up to 4 people max but still works with 2 or more.

This was very enjoyable for me and if they release a new game I’ll be sure to try it out. The only complaint I would have is the lack of ability to move. You can move around in your box that is your room but you just teleport between cutscenes which breaks the immersion a bit (Time travel doesn’t have this problem but Areyoudead does)

(p.s enjoy throwing balls at each other at the start of Time travel)(PPS don’t miss the skeleton in a box)

Remember to key in your email to get the photos you took in-game to be sent to you

Review 2 It was our first VR experience. We researched what to expect and were excited about the experience. The game master was professional in helping us with our gears and telling us the instructions of the game. As I could not see clearly due to my glasses, the game master had to help me to loosen and tighten the headgear. He was friendly and professional. Overall, the experience was awesome and we are looking forward to our second trip soon! – Vivian & Justin
Review 3 Good fun activity. It was quite easy to go through the stages but it was still very entertaining. The venue was very very cold but once you get to move around it’s not so bad. It is tucked in a basement of a once flourished mall but it’s not a problem for us to find the place. Highly recommend.

 

Tour Singapore Botanic Gardens with Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden (Free)

Strolling leisurely, wandering about Singapore Botanic Gardens at UNESCO World Heritage Park are more fun activities to engage in within Singapore.

Watch, gaze at pond paddling turtles and terrapins at the Symphony Lake, and slide over the verdant hills within Palm Valley.

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Wander leisurely around Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden in Singapore Botanic Gardens (entry is only granted supposing you bring children), then you discover the treehouse containing slides, the sandpit, Mini-Maze, Zip Line, or Climbing Structures.

Walk around the Nature Playgarden in HortPark (Free)

Wear caps (Because the area is not sheltered), visit during mornings to evade humid, sweltering time intervals during day visits.

In Nature Playgarden from HortPark fun games are free for wandering or the opportunity for exploring, strolling, day-dreaming, escaping into the wilderness (walking around real forestry, trees) in forest foliage, fauna, hilly greens.

The free-entry wildlife reserve provides 9 distinct play zone sections developed using organic horticulture.

Deep within HortPark, discover some organic plants, playgrounds, or scenic routes to explore.

Wander around Battle Box in Fort Canning Park

Upon perusing history material in the underground bunker at Fort Canning Park, stroll around the park or scan through more World War 2 relics.

Seeking zero-cost, fun activity to indulge in? Wander around the adjacent Jubilee playground for some slides, swings, or others.

Explore Universal Studios

The Transformers Ride or the Battlestar Galactica ride in Universal Studios remain popular picks with teenagers, adults, still, alternate picks include fun rides catered to juniors like the Madagascar-themed easy river cruise or merry go rounds.

Indulge in night rides upon the Singapore Flyer

Gaze upon spectacular views, sights at the Singapore Flyer. Look upon sunsets in Singapore or feast visually upon urban nightscapes (one might indulge in some evening cocktails within).

Take a leisurely cruise along the Singapore River

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Hop up on a riverboat at the entrance lobby to Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel in Robertson Quay, then alight easily on the Promenade facing the bay of Singapore Flyer.

Take some scooters to let kids take rides a long-distance returning to Clarke Quay to indulge in alcohol (to round off trips).

Explore, tour the Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum

Feed bread to lazy turtles at Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum or feast on turtle trivia priced at $10 per pass.

Learn ways to cultivate organic veggies at Bollywood Veggies

In Bollywood Veggies, one may try out rice planting activities and casually wander about their 10-acre farm to view cocoa trees, Pandan, or clusters of edible plants.

Feast on dining at the in-house eatery, Poison Ivy Bistro during your visit.

Try driving, navigating mini traffic in the Road Safety Park

Proceed directly over to Road Safety Park at East Coast to learn casual traffic rules, proper road navigation as many are aware that reckless driving could prove fatal, while it pays to train the junior’s road skills in safe environments.

Gaze at, view, smell, watch, inspect live animals in the Singapore Zoo

The Singapore Zoo usually features as a kids’ favorite, featuring orderly trekking routes, well-manicured garden grounds, wandering animals (caged bars or tiny prisons get reduced to low volumes), also the Theme Park (now shut for the pandemic) featuring slides or sprinklers remains a fun site for children to rest, recharge to round off walks.

Bonus feature: animal feeding shows have now returned.

Wander, stroll around Gardens by the Bay Waterpark (Free)

Stroll leisurely around the Far East Organization Children’s Garden at Gardens by the Bay (now shut for the pandemic).

There one finds wading pools (for swims) or an activity park featuring Treehouses, Rope Walks, with a 130m trekking route. (NB: The Nature theme park is shut on every Monday).

Explore Spooky Haw Par Villa

Haw Par Villa has reopened after some renovations.

Constructed in 1937 over by Tiger Balm founders to form a religiously grounded theme park, Haw Par Villa has some 1,000 ghastly statues or scenes, exhibits which could come across as either terrifying, enchanting, or even amusing, bewildering.

This park comes with a disclosure – some exhibits display highly graphic scenes, so one should not bring very young kids ideally, still, mature teenagers or thrill-seeking adults might still find these eerily captivating while there are certain relatively more visually pleasing sections if you evade, keep away from, the ten courts of hell.

Go Karting

Mature children from 9 years old might seek rides at The Karting Arena that features the 500-meter electric karting circuit, featuring bends or hairpin loops.

There are some extensive ATV trail riding ground sections in Kranji (some novel driving routes, forms in Singapore) termed Mud Krank.

Riders must at least be minimally 4 years old, also driving classes begin from $20 over 15 mins during weekdays (weekend prices rise).

Proceed over for certain driving thrills within some secure and vast but fun spaces.

Visit the Frog Farm

At Jurong Frog Farm you find out about the life cycles of frogs.

Book a Duck Tour of Singapore

Tour the city, by boarding a thrill ride for sightseeing, excursions with a Duck Tour of Singapore.

 

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