Are you ready for an Arctic Adventure this December?

Are you ready for an Arctic Adventure this December?

Get ready to experience your first snowfall and gear up for an Arctic Christmas adventure at the newly revamped Snow City. Read to find out more…

Do you want your kids to experience snowfall, but cannot get out of Singapore this December?

Here is a chance for you to give your kids an authentic winter experience – complete with snowfall and icy blizzards! So don your thick jackets and sturdy boots and head on over to the newly revamped Snow City for a chilling and thrilling Arctic Adventure this holiday season.

The amazing team at Snow City has a host of new attractions and adventures with snow so real that it will make you believe that your are actually at the North Pole!


The adorable mascots of the Arctic Adventure at Snow City. From left: Koko the Fox, Nooka the Polar Bear, Oki the Inuit Boy, Ila the Husky and Suki the Magical Snowy Owl.

Meet the Mascots!

There are five wonderful mascots to guide your kids through their adventures, while helping them learn about the people and animals of the Arctic region.

The Mascots are: Oki the Inuit Boy who loves to fish and hunt; Ila the Husky who helps the Inuit community in transportation of supplies; Nooka the Polar Bear who is strong, determined and is always watching, learning and waiting; Koko the Fox who is one of the smartest and strongest animals living in the freezing Arctic; and Suki the Magical Snowy Owl who has great eyesight and is active 24-hours a day.

Become and Arctic Avenger

Once you have met the mascots you are ready to become an Arctic Avenger. Join Oki and his companions on the incredible journey across the different arctic zones. Here is what awaits you:

Zone 1: Arctic Snow Playground – Explore the Arctic Circle

The kids get a glimpse into the Inuit way of life, and learn how global warming threatens their fragile lifestyle and ecosystem. The life-sized snow sculptures of the mascots in a magical winter wonderland are not-to-be-missed.

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The whole family can enjoy the Arctic Adventure together!

Zone 2: Snow Field – Where the fun never ends 

Kids get to go on an egg whirl ride, and get comfortable at Suki’s giant nest for a magical story telling session while learning about the Aurora Borealis phenomena. And, this is where they get a chance to be treated to a one of a kind snow blizzard experience.

Zone 3: Traditional Inuit’s Home @ the Mezzanine – Live like an Inuit

With its cool Inuit igloo home and a chance to go ice fishing, this Zone promises to be a favourite with the kids. This is where they can dive into a massive mound of snow, sit on a sleigh pulled by Ila the trusty husky and his team and experience the magic of snowfall!

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Don’t miss the chance to go on a sleigh ride!

Zone 4: Arctic Snow Slide – For brave winter warriors only

This is where the kids get to experience a thrilling ride down Snow City’s famous 60-metre long and 3-storey high snow slope. By far the biggest hit with the kids!

Zone 5: Shaman’s Souvenir Shop

Stock up on unique Arctic souvenirs at the Shaman’s magical shop — a little something to remind the kids of their Arctic Adventure.

Zone 6: Arctic Exhibition – Arctic Avengers unite! (Opening mid-December)

All kids must visit this exhibition and learn how climate change is affecting life in the North Pole and what they (little Arctic Avengers) can do to help.

Want to know what’s on when during the school holiday at Snow City? Click on page 2 to find out…

What’s On

Here’s a sneak peek at some of the activities that await your kiddos at Snow City this December:

Snow Fall

Get into the winter spirit with the fabulous snowfall experience.

Date: Daily

Time: Hourly from 10am-5pm

Snow Blizzard

Experience what it feels like to be caught in a snow storm.

Date: Wednesdays, Weekends, and Christmas Day

Time: 11am

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This is a wonderful opportunity for kids to learn about how the Inuit people live.

Storytelling – The Life of the Inuit 

The kids can find out more about the Inuit from the North Pole and how they survive in the subzero climate.

Date: Weekends and Christmas Day

Time: 12.30 pm

Oki and Friends – Meet & Greet

The kids will love meeting Snow City’s new mascots! Join them for some cool dancing and strike a pose with them for a photo memoir.

Date: Wednesdays, Weekends and Christmas Day

Time: 2.30pm

Storytelling – The Northern Lights

Children will have the chance to discover how Northern Lights illuminate the night sky in the Arctic Circle.

Date: Weekends and Christmas Day

Time: 4pm

Fun with Liquid Nitrogen

An exciting demonstration showcasing the power of liquid nitrogen to freeze and affect any object that it touches! Superheroes and Super Villains anyone?

Date: Weekends

Time: 5pm

See you there!

Do take note of the opening hours and admissions charges to Snow City:

Opening hours

10am to 6pm daily (Last admission at 5pm)

10am to 7pm during school and public holidays (Last admission at 6pm)


Visitors are encouraged to bring their own winter clothing. Complimentary winter jackets and boots will be provided upon request.

Admission charges

1 hour Snowplay Session: Adult: $18 (standard rate) Child (3-12 years old) $18 (standard rate); Adult: $15 (Singaporean and PR) Child (3-12 years old): $12 (Singaporean and PR)

2 hour Snowplay Session: Adult: $28 (standard rate) Child (3-12 years old) $23 (standard rate); Adult: $25 (Singaporean and PR) Child (3-12 years old): $18 (Singaporean and PR)

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Here’s what’s in store for you!

We have 3 sets of family tickets (2 adults & 2 kids) worth over $50 to give away! Simply fill in your details below and stand a chance to win!

Contest ends 15th December 2015


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