Spend some quality family fun time in Singapore!
Are you and the entire family visiting Singapore? Are you a local resident who’s looking for a different way to celebrate the weekend with the family? Or try new fun family activities? Fun seekers, you are all in for a treat!
Singapore is not only known for its clean cities and booming economy but it is also chockfull of beautiful and exciting destinations where families can go to unwind and enjoy each other’s company.
No matter what type of activities the members of the family enjoy – be it active, learning, relaxing, there is always a place in Singapore when they can have a fun bonding session through family activities!
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Locals and tourists alike will truly enjoy learning about the different events that helped mold Singapore as it is now. By visiting Singapore Discovery Centre in Upper Jurong Road, each individual would me immersed in Singapore’s different milestones.
For the family who enjoys dancing, the Digital Dance Studio is one of the attractions that they shouldn’t miss. In this studio, they will be able to learn how the different races in Singapore danced during their time.
The Singapore Discovery Centre boasts of other attractions that are high technology, entertaining and very informational. Entrance rates may vary depending on the package chosen.
No visit to Singapore is complete without visiting the Universal Studios. A movie-themed park, families will now be able to “ride” their favorite movies including Transformers, Jurassic Park, Water World, Shrek, Madagascar and a whole lot more.
Universal Studios Singapore is truly a place where everyone will enjoy, with endless family activities to indulge in. In fact, most families allot more than a day or two for this theme park. Half or a single day just isn’t enough.
Instead of going out to the club and leaving your kids in the hotel with a guardian, enjoy the darkness together by embarking on Singapore’s famous Night Safari. The only one of its kind in the world, the Night Safari is the only zoo on the world that lets guests come in at night.
The aim of the Night Safari is to let families see how over 1,000 animals hunt their prey at night. For those children who are adventurous, they could choose to experience the feeling of a python wrapping around their body.
Bird watching might be boring to some people but for families who visit the Jurong Bird Park, seeing different beautiful species of birds can be such an exhilarating experience.
Jurong Bird Park, the largest bird park in the world, boasts of 20-plus hectares of bird haven that is home to over four thousand birds. Adults and children alike can get a chance to pet different parrots and even have breakfast with the elegantly pink flamingos.
Let your children experience the deep sea without getting wet by visiting the Underwater World Aquarium in Sentosa.
As Asia’s largest oceanarium, it features an 83 meter tunnel with travelator so little kids and older individuals don’t easily get tired while enjoying sight of over 2500 marine life including huge sharks, giant stingrays, schools of fish and more.
One of the things that individuals in Singapore do is go to malls. But instead of just shopping for items, the City Square Mall is frequented by families because it is a modern and child-friendly area. Unlike other big malls in the country, this particular mall is the only one with a built-in park named City Green.
Children of all ages would feel comfortable and truly at home because it has a playground, gym, maze and lots of plants. Parents won’t have to spend the entire day carrying their babies because nursery rooms and as well as complimentary prams and kiddie cabs available.
If the entire family is not scared of heights, hop on to the Singapore Flyer. Surpassing the London Eye, the Singapore Flyer is considered as the highest Ferris Wheel in the world.
The family will be able to see most of Singapore’s skyline while aboard it and could even see as far as Malaysia. Exciting, isn’t it?
Singaporean cuisine is known all over the world because it is just simply delicious. Of course, no visit to the country is complete without sampling some of their delicacies.
For breakfast (and other meals of the day), the Kaya Toast is considered as a staple. It is a sweet, pandan-flavoured spread that is placed on toast and served with eggs and tea.
For those whose kids can take the heat, don’t forget to taste the famous Singaporean Chilli Crab. The Chilli Crab can be a bit messy to eat but it surely is worth it.
There are hundreds of temples, churches and mosques all over Singapore and no visit to the country is complete without visiting them. The most visited ones are those temples located in Little India.
These temples are beautiful and colorful. Children would have a great time posing for pictures and just inspecting the old temples. Don’t forget to teach them a thing or two about history as well.
Singapore is known as the Garden of Eden of Asia because of its many parks and gardens. But did you know that this country also has National Orchid Gardens?
The National Orchid Gardens is home to different orchids including some rare species. The entire family will surely be awed by the beauty and colors of these lovely orchids.
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