What To Do In Singapore With Kids

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Gardens, Playgrounds and Outdoor Activities Jacob ballas children’s garden at Singapore Botanic Gardens A garden dedicated to kids. Children can play in a sand pit, explore a hedge maze, climb a tree house and walk along a swinging suspension bridge. Admission is free. Gardens by the Bay Children’s Garden Catering to kids from 1 to 12 years old, the one-hectare Far East […]

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7 Easy Weekend Getaways From Singapore That Don’t Require Hopping On a Plane

7 Easy Weekend Getaways From Singapore That Don’t Require Hopping On a Plane

Malacca – Food and Culture Getway A UNESCO World Heritage site and a historic port city in Malaysia, Malacca draws crowds with promises of mouthwatering food, unique architecture and a rich heritage. Less than a 4 hour drive or coach ride from Singapore, Malacca is a close by getaway that’s perfect for a short weekend trip. Look out for Jonker’s Walk […]

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Sample the Flavours of Singapore for Free – ION Orchard Local Food Trail

Sample the Flavours of Singapore for Free – ION Orchard Local Food Trail

There’s nothing more exciting and intimidating than trying never before tasted foods in a new country. With ION Orchard’s Local Food Trail, tourists can learn about and taste a variety of local favourites including local kueh (cakes), kaya toast, teh tarik (frothy milk tea) and lots more safely and for free. ION Orchard Local Food Trail is held daily at 11am from […]

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Singapore Stopover Holiday Activities – Top Sights When Limited on Time

Singapore Stopover Holiday Activities – Top Sights When Limited on Time

Singapore is the perfect destination for a stopover holiday. Not only does it have year round heat and sunshine with plenty of activities for the entire family to enjoy, but it’s also home to one of the world’s best airlines connecting South East Asia, Australia, and New Zealand with the rest of the world. Accommodation options abound and it’s only […]

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The Intan – A Homey Peranakan Mueum

The Intan – A Homey Peranakan Mueum

The Intan is not your typical museum with high ceilings and white walls, instead Museum curator Alvin Yapp, invites you into his home and to view his private collection of all things Peranakan. Realising the importance of preserving his Peranakan culture at a young age, he has been collecting since the age of 15 from sources as near as Singapore […]

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PasarBella – Shop, Dine, Unwind

PasarBella – Shop, Dine, Unwind

Finally a permanent European style farmers market opens in Singapore and PasarBella incorporates Singapore’s love of eating out with lots of great dining options. Not only can you stop by to pick up hard to find food items like organic groceries, imported cheese, hearty breads, unique wine, specialty olive oils and fresh seafood, you can also relax and enjoy a […]

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Malay Heritage Centre

Malay Heritage Centre

Located in Kampong Glam, the newly reopened Malay Heritage Centre offers an opportunity to learn about the history of the area as well as Singapore. The exhibit is made up of a variety of videos displays, photos depicting old ways of life, and samples of clothing, jewellery, dishes and other objects from the past. The only heritage centre we know […]

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The Flying Trapeze

Siloso Beach on Singapore’s Sentosa island hosts tonnes of outdoor activities, including this must try Flying Trapeze. Get a taste of what it’s like to be a circus performer, as you are strapped into a harness and climb to a platform to try the daring trapeze swing. This activity is not for those with fears of heights as we saw […]

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