Any recommendations for child-friendly activities to do or places to go in Singapore over weekend, other than going to shopping malls?
1. Visit a Dairy Farm Hay Dairies has over 1,000 goats of different breeds, such as Alpine goats from Minnesota. Swing by before 10.30am to catch the milking process. Address: 3 Lim Chu Kang Lane 4 Nearest MRT: Choa Chu Kang www.haydairies.com.sg 2. Spend a day in Pulau Ubin Hop on a bumboat at Changi Point Ferry Terminal and head to the neighbouring island of Pulau Ubin. Explore the island on a rented bike, admire abundant wildlife at Chek Jawa Wetlands, and step back in time to spot Singapore’s last remaining kampongs (Malay hamlets or villages). 3. Discover Singaporean Life Look deep into the lives of locals at Once Upon This Island, a specially-curated art exhibition that explores the amazing stories of people living in contemporary Singapore. Address: Singapore Art Museum 71 Bras Basah Road Nearest MRT: Bras Basah www.singaporeartmuseum.sg 4 Set Sail Jump on board a remodelled WWII Vietnamese war craft and explore Singapore on land and sea with DUCKtours. One child gets a free ticket with every two adult tickets purchased. Address: DUCKtours #01-330, Suntec City 3 Temasek Boulevard Nearest MRT: Esplanade www.ducktours.com.sgRead more
I just came across this article: http://thesmartlocal.com/read/the-animal-resort Sounds like an interesting (and free!) place to bring your children to. A peek into what it may feels like to be in a kampong. :) The Animal Resort http://theanimalresort.com/home/ Opening Hours: 10am-6pm daily (except CNY Eve & CNY)Read more
For us, we like to bring kids to public swimming pool weekly. There are a lot of free water play areas in Singapore e.g. Science Centre, Botanic Garden, Garden By the Bay. In addition, you can bring kids to zoo, river safari, bird park. You can sign up membership to visit these places frequently. If you have running out of ideas, you can purchase Kevin Ang's book: Got Kids Go Where from Mothercare.Read more
Take your child to Tanderra! It's like a real country club for kids - lots of fun. A good time to go would be during Easter. :)
- My husband and I love going on cafe-hopping and having brunches even before getting married. Now with our little guy, it’s quite difficult to find places that serve good food and coffee that are also child-friendly. Any recommendations?Emily Go