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Kid-Friendly Activities

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Going stir-crazy looking for interesting ways to spend the March holidays with your kids? We recommend some family-friendly activities that’ll inject zing into their well-deserved break.

DISCOVER ASIA’S FIRST BRICKOSAURS WORLD

Image credit: Mandai Wildlife Reserve

Gear up for an expedition to explore the Brickosaurs World at the Singapore Zoo and River Wonders. Follow the trail to uncover more than 60 Brickosaurs structures built with over 1.5 million toy bricks. With up to eight exciting activities, this is bound to be a hit with young children.

For more details, check out
https://www.mandai.com/en/things-to-do/whats-on/events/brickosaurs.html

SAIL THE SEAS

Image credit: Let’s Go Tour

Set sail on a tour to Singapore’s Southern islands on a beautiful wooden Chinese junk boat, and gain interesting insights about Singapore’s past through the eyes of a fictional character named ‘Coolie Chai’ from 1910. From tales of the sea to stories of war to the importance of spices, get ready to rediscover the history of Singapore in an immersive theatrical setting. What’s more, this multisensory learning experience includes fun activities to engage the kids and encourage active learning — perfect for families with children and adults who wish to learn more about Singapore in an enjoyable way.

For more details, check out
https://www.letsgotoursingapore.com/chinese-junk-tour/

VISIT THE TIME CAPSULE

Image credit: Singapore Flyer

Make sure you include the Time Capsule as part of your visit to the Singapore Flyer. High-tech displays and light projections play out Singapore’s transformation over 700 years. Digital art and interactive games enable children to get to grips with our past and present in an immersive way. One highlight of the Time Capsule is the Shadow Show, a short projection that combines wayang kulit with modern animation.

For more details, check out
https://www.singaporeflyer.com/en/ticket/time-capsule

MARINA BAY SANDS — SANDS SKYPARK OBSERVATION DECKThe SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands is undoubtedly one of the most photographed sights in Singapore. If you have yet to go up to the Sands SkyPark Observation Deck, we highly recommend it. Located on Level 57 of the iconic structure, the observation deck boasts jaw-dropping views of Gardens by the Bay and Singapore’s cityscape, stretching all the way to the Singapore Strait. Have fun spotting the different buildings and taking Instagram-worthy snapshots.

For more details, check out
https://www.marinabaysands.com/

ENJOY A SCENIC CABLE CAR RIDEDon’t know where to bring your family during the holidays? Go on a cable car ride and take in stunning aerial views of Singapore. Singapore cable car has two lines: the Mount Faber Line and the Sentosa Line. Ride along both to view mainland Singapore and Sentosa Island.

For more details, check out
https://www.mountfaberleisure.com/

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