This redeveloped enclave along East Coast Park has a 3,500sqm outdoor playground children’s playground with a range of play equipment suitable for children of varying ages.
There are also plenty of eateries including Babalicious, Hill Street Coffee Shop, McDonald’s, My Briyani House and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.
Lower Seletar Reservoir Park has a Family Bay with a new performance stage, a water play area, a bioswale rain garden, as well as a Heritage Bridge. The park is also popular venue for kayaking and dragon-boating.
Great to attempt with older kids. It’s a long walk with few rest stop in between. The distance to the entrance of the TreeTop Walk is approximately 4.5 km (1.5 – 2 hr walk) from MacRitchie Reservoir Park and 2.5 km (45 mins – 1 hr walk) from the car park at Venus Drive. A round trip including the TreeTop Walk is about 7 km to 10 km (3-5 hrs depending on your walking pace).
This is a great place to start to experience the Henderson Waves and Forest Walk. There are also a great skyline view of the city from the Terrace Garden and plenty of opportunities to sport a squirrel, butterfly and a variety birds.
This 50 ha park houses a wide variety of habitats, including coastal forests, grasslands, mangroves, and casuarina woodlands.
It’s a good destination to cycle to from Punggol Promenade.
Mall in the heart of Punggol, beside Punggol MRT/LRT station.
There is a free indoor playground for kids with Alice in Wonderland theme at level 2 of the West Wing and an interactive water fountain play area at Level B2, East Wing as well as a wet and dry outdoor playground at Level 2.
There is also a big times book store with a junior section where kids and browse and play games.
This is the side of Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park with the water playground and playgrounds! There are also lots of nature to see and explore here, not to mention the lovely Grub restaurant which serves yummy food.
The children’s water playground in Pond Gardens is in operation from Thursday – Sunday; 8am to 11am and 4pm to 8pm.
This is where the largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia will be.
For kids and families, there is a dedicated art facility Keppel Centre for Art Education on Level 1 of the City Hall Wing. It consist of four vibrant spaces conceptualised by artists and an exciting line-up of programmes for youth, children and families all year round. Which include a Art Corridor, Art Playscape, a Project Gallery and children museum.
10.00am to 7.00pm (Mon – Thu)
10.00am to 11.00pm (Fri – Sun)
Admission to Keppel Centre for Art Education is Free but you will need to book a ticket before hand
DBS Singapore Gallery and UOB Southeast Asia Gallery is free for Singapore Citizens/ PRs and Children (6 years and under and cost $20 for a standard ticket for Non-Singaporeans.
Mon – Sun: 10:00 AM – 09:00 PM
Closed at 5pm on eves of Christmas, New Year and Chinese New Year.
Closed on public holidays.
This is an island where many attractions and entertainment venues resides. Among them are Resort world and their attractions, Madame Tussauds Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom and Port of Lost Wonder. There are also stretches of beach and board walks where you can simply roam about and enjoy the beauty of the surroundings.
Easiest way to go is via the Sentosa Express at Vivocity , or walk in via the Sentosa Broad Walk Related Listing:
- Philatelic Museum. Its not just about stamps.
- Spice is Nice Exhibition at Philatelic Museum
- Snakes and Ladders Exhibition at Philatelic Museum
- Imagine Dragons Exhibition
Monday (1.00pm – 7.00pm);
Tuesday – Sunday (9.30am – 7.00pm)
Free admission for Singapore Citizens & Permanent Residents
$6 for adults and $4 for each child (3-12 years)
Museum admission is free for all on New Year’s Day, Chinese New Year, National Day, Hari Raya Puasa, Deepavali and Christmas Day.
This park, also known as “Tiger Balm Gardens” has been around since 1937 and is where you can find over 1,000 statues and 150 giant dioramas that depicts Chinese mythology, folklore, legends, history, and illustrations of various aspects of Confucianism. The name in Chinese -“虎豹別墅” literally means Tiger and Leopard Villa. Great for education kids about Chinese Culture but be sure to watch the little ones and bring mosquito repellents.
Haw Par Villa
9.00 am to 7 pm daily.
This 1,279 square metres library is resides in West Mall Shopping Centre and have a cosy kids section.
Mon – Sun: 11:00 AM – 09:00 PM
Closed on Public Holidays.
Bookdrop : 8.30am to 10.00pm
This children library has a section call the children’s Reading Park is specially designed for kids. There is Enchanted Tree, a display area for children to indicate their favourite books; the Windows to the World,which feature thematic displays on people, places and events around the world; the reading corner, an area which encourages bonding between parent and child through reading together; and Expressions by Children, an area which showcases children’s art works and other creative projects.
The books here is organise via Kids Cat, a special catalogue designed just for children.