Our super fun family day out at Serangoon Gardens Country Club

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If you are looking for an affordable and safe place that your entire family can enjoy all year long every day, Serangoon Gardens Country Club (SGCC) is the place to go. SGCC boasts great recreational facilities that will keep the whole family occupied at one great price.

My favourite day of the week is family day – doesn’t matter if it falls on a weekend or a weekday.

A few days ago, for the first time in a while, the haze had cleared and the kid was raring to go for a dip in the pool.

We had also been cooped up for a few days, so it was time to try out something new. We had heard about the Serangoon Gardens Country Club (SGCC) and its awesome facilities that offer wholesome family fun.

I had an invitation from them to come and explore it for myself. And on that wonderful clear day, that was exactly where we headed.

Where old-world charm meets modern facilities

Nestled in a residential area, Serangoon Gardens Country Club has all the charm of the old world and the comfort of modern facilities.

It might be celebrating its 60th birthday this year, but the facilities are modern with recent refurbishment works putting it on par with a lot of other newer country clubs.

Its membership scheme is also one of the most comprehensive around – one single membership, and also one price, for the entire family#!

The best thing about this Club is that there is truly something for everyone in the family, whether you are working or whether you are at play – making it the go-to place for family-friendly activities.

# Applicable to immediate family members only.

Because good food triumphs it all

Our first stop was lunch at Coffee Deli which offers a huge variety of food from Western fare to traditional Asian dishes recognizable in most Zi Char stalls.

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Papa’s delicious lamb shank

The portions were generous and the food was delish! Most commendable was their fall-off-the-bone lamb shank. The gravy was just the right thickness to complement the gamey meat while the lamb itself was cooked to perfection. The grilled salmon was lovely with its crispy skin and creamy mashed potatoes – yum!

We also loved that they have kid-friendly options like pizzas that the little girl could eat easily with her hands so Mum and Pops could enjoy their lunch in peace.

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My grilled-to-perfection succulent pink salmon with crisp skin.

Where kids roam free

We stopped by at Kiddieland – a cozy and pastel coloured playroom for kids to give our satisfied stomachs a rest before heading for our swim.

Kiddieland is a pleasant room with musical instruments, fun toys and colouring pencils for children to chill out in. This is a great place for your toddlers and pre-schoolers to come to play after school . The kids get to enjoy all the facilities and activities at Kiddieland even if the parents are not around. This is all thanks to SGCC’s Childminder Scheme that allows helpers and grandparents to bring the kids in even without their parents.

Perfect for busy working parents!

There is also a childcare centre (Cambridge Child Development Centre) within the Club. SGCC members enjoy $50 off monthly school fees after an ECDA subsidy.

The SGCC also has a wonderful Junior Gems kids club for kids 4 – 12 to enjoy special privileges such as birthday treats, free workshops, bi-monthly newsletters, and priority booking for activities at special rates.

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Kiddieland keeps the kids entertained

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Papa and Paige making music together with the instruments available in the playroom

What else did we do at Serangoon Gardens Country Club to make our family day super fun? Click on Next to find out.

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