March school holidays 2019: Fun things to do with the kids
If you are stuck in sunny Singapore, and wondering how to keep the kiddos entertained, here's a list of super-cool activities for kids this March holidays 2019 in Singapore!
March school holidays are almost here and the little ones are so looking forward to a break! If you are stuck in sunny Singapore, and wondering how to keep the kiddos entertained, here's a list of super-cool activities for kids this March holidays 2019 in Singapore!
The colourful world of tokidoki takes over Changi Airport this March school holidays.
- What: The world of tokidoki at Changi Airport!
- When: 15 March 2019 – 1 May 2019
- Where: Changi Airport Terminals 3 and 4
- Event Highlights:
-tokidoki @ home show flat
- and tokidoki inflatable playground
-tokidoki meet-and-greets with SANDy and Donutella
-Exclusive Changi Airport-themed tokidoki premiums
Singapore residents will enjoy free entry into Sentosa island via the Sentosa Express and Sentosa Gateway vehicular gantry from 16 to 24 March 2019, in conjunction with the return of Sentosa’s signature inflatable beach playground, Sentosa FunFest.
Expect more than 800 adorable inflatables featuring Gudetama, Hello Kitty and My Melody take centre stage across Palawan Beach this March school holidays.
Also, enjoy a different movie each night at Palawan Green for the entire March school holiday, happening every evening at 7.30pm!
Catch PJ Masks in Singapore for the very first time at City Square Mall this March school holidays. From 16 to 24 March 2019, burst into action with the heroic trio as they take you on a special mission to solve mysteries and mayhem in a Musical Meet & Greet.
You can also redeem exciting shopping rewards from 15 March to 14 April 2019 when you shop at City Square Mall during the school holidays period.
- Event: You Can Be A Hero with PJ Masks this March School Holidays at City Square Mall
- Venue: City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Rd, Singapore 208539
- Date: 15 March to 14 April 2019
Meet The Heroes: Musical Meet & Greet
Join forces with PJ Masks at their first-ever interactive Musical Meet & Greet, where fans of all ages can embark on an action-packed journey, solve mysteries and learn valuable lessons along the way.
Expect toe-tapping original tunes and a whole lot of super fun and adventure in the super-heroic session, as Catboy, Owlette and Gekko save the day.
- Date: 16 – 24 March 2019 (except Monday)
- Time: Tue - Fri: 2 pm and 7 pm Sat & Sun: 1 pm, 4 pm and 7 pm
- Venue: L1 Stage
The third annual Singapore Festival of Fun is back for the upcoming March school holidays from 14th to 24th of March 2019.
The Singapore Festival of Fun with its three pillars of entertainment will take place over the following dates:
Nickelodeon Fiesta 23rd and 24th March. 10am to 6pm. Free Entry
Look forward to game booths and activities with themes from Nickelodeon shows, and photo opportunities with family favourite characters from shows like SpongeBob SquarePants, Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, PAW Patrol and Dora the Explorer.
Clarke Quay Streetfest 14th to 19th March, 6pm to 10pm. Free Entry
Audiences can expect to be thrilled by The Sergeant Majors (UK), the tallest 10ft tall walkabout act, Otto – The Master of Balloons and a classic clown act, Felicity Footloose – an acrobat who will hang upside down and juggle, Street Circus Canada, a nouveau high-energy performance duo and Ernest Magnifico, a pogo stick and stunt show performer from Australia.
Last but not least, Singapore’s very own The Annoying Brothers will also take to the stage with their cheeky Big Top acts.
Magners International Comedy Festival 15th to 23rd March. Ticketed
The Magners International Comedy Festival, now in its sixth installment, will take its hat off to to an incredible line-up of top-billing international comedians over two weekends (15th and 16th March, 21st to 24th March).
For more details:
- Website: www.festivaloffun.sg
- Facebook: Singapore Festival of Fun
- Instagram: @sgfestivaloffun
Get ready for a fantastic Flippin Fun’ this March school holidays at United Square with a series of exciting hands-on activities from 8 March to 24 March 2019.
There will be flip flop carving live demo sessions, followed by Flippin’ Fun Workshops.
Have you ever wondered what happened to the pair of flip flops you have thrown away? Watch the creative artisan – Florence Auma Muga from Kenya as she transforms discarded flip-flops into colourful masterpieces in a 30-min live demo session.
Parent-and-child teams can participate in the workshop sessions assisted by the artisans to create their very own customised masterpieces with flip-flops.
Friday, 8 March 2019 - Sunday, 24 March 2019
Monday to Friday: 12pm – 6:30pm
Saturday and Sunday: 11am – 7:30pm
(Last admission is at 6:30pm on weekdays and 7:30pm on weekends)
Flip Flop Carving Live Demo Sessions, followed by Workshop
Monday to Friday: 12pm, 1pm, 2:30pm, 4:30pm & 6:30pm
Saturday and Sunday: 11:30am, 2:30pm, 4:30pm & 7:30pm
(No showcase on Tuesday, 19 March)
From 16 March to 21 April 2019, KidZania Singapore celebrates Singapore’s progress and achievements as part of its inaugural KidZ & Heritage event, with activities and opportunities that shine a spotlight on Singapore’s founding and development.
‘History of Singapore’ Trivia Hunt around the City
Kids can put their knowledge of Singapore’s history to the test as they look for clues and complete a trivia quiz to redeem extra kidZos!
‘I Am a Muz-Artchitect’ Drawing Competition by MuzArt at the Main Square
From 16 March to 14 April, kids can get creative and express themselves through art by taking part in MuzArt’s drawing competition.
There’ll be different categories for kids aged 3 to 6, 7 to 9, and 10 to 12, with attractive prizes up for grabs, including free art classes and KidZania Singapore tickets. Winners of each category will be announced on 21 April (Sunday).
Science Centre has an exhilarating line-up of activities this March school holidays.
Tinker Technique is a family bonding workshop that aims to develop the next generation with lifelong skills. Participate in activities ranging from designing your own motorised toys, water marbling and jam-making.
Also, The Inventions of Ancient Greece: Origins of Our Modern Technology exhibition officially closes on 24 March 2019. The exhibition features more than 40 inventions that span across a multitude of disciplines such as programming, astronomy and automation, just to name a few.
For more workshops, head to:
Organised by the National Arts Council (NAC), Arts in Your Neighbourhood (AYN) is happening from 7 to 24 March 2019 over three weekends.
This season, the focus town is Tampines – Singapore’s third largest new town.
From among 50 arts activities happening at 16 locations islandwide, close to half of the programmes are inspired by the vibrant history and iconic sights and sounds of Tampines.
Visit http://artsforall.sg/AYN for more information on Arts in Your Neighbourhood.
The Singapore Heritage Festival 2019, returns from 15 March to 7 April 2019.
Over four weekends, the festival will head to Armenian Street Party, Kampong Gelam, Bedok, Telok Blangah and Kranji, bringing stories of each place’s heritage through meaningful and exciting programmes.
Enjoy heritage trails, tours, open houses, and performances at spots around Singapore, and hear hidden tales of our colourful history and heritage.
Visit www.heritagefestival.sg for the full list of SHF 2019 programmes.