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Who doesn’t like water play? This garden is a perfect place if the kids like a bit of water and the sun. With some great water play features and interactive play delights set in a natural lush setting, this garden is a good spot to let the kids to unwind.
Make sure you bring enough food and drinks along. The eating joints are located a bit away from this park. The closest eating joint is ‘Satay by the Bay’. This is a perfect venue for kids between 4-8 years.
If your kid loves soccer, then a soccer party is what he may enjoy the most. Head to an open field, hire a soccer coach and get the boys to run around.
The newest hot spot on the East Coast Park belt, Parkland Green; has a haven of eateries and outdoor activities.
Organise a game of Frisbee to throw around, or get the kids to do a trial skate lesson. And if you find you’ve brunched too long or the rain has come, challenge the kids to a game of laser tag at Tag Team Inc.
Located conveniently inside Singapore Botanic Gardens, this children’s garden is a perfect spot for the young ones to learn, play and explore amidst nature. The garden is packed with many interesting features and stations, such as the Sensory Garden which let children learn about nature through engaging of their senses like their sense of smell and touch.
The many programmes and activities available at the Children’s Garden offer an enriching journey of nature discovery for the children. A perfect place to create a picnic environment for the kids, stock up on enough water, juices and snacks. The garden also has a café at the entrance with a kid-friendly menu.
If you're a DIY mum, then this is the perfect idea for you. With several online ideas to follow, this is a great way to keep the kids engaged in a creative way.
In this case, ideas can depend on the budget, time and age group of kids. You can even put a theme to the whole party- Flower theme, Hawaiian theme or customise the activities as per the age of the kids- Customise the ‘Tees’, Bead Crafts, Nature Crafts, Cool Clay, etc.
An activity that appeals to all ages (6 years to 30 years), the Trampoline Park is a great spot to unleash the kid in you.
The most popular one is AMPED, located conveniently at River Valley and Jurong. With pricing varying during the day over a weekend (mornings being cheaper and evening more expensive), this is a good option if you don’t have a big crowd.
If your kid likes the outdoors and you are bored of all gardens, then this one may be a bit off the cuff. Opened recently to the public, Coney Island is an ecologically sustainable park with many environmental initiatives. It focuses on conserving energy and water, recycling and retaining of the natural elements in the park.
It may be best to hire out a volunteer guide and a few cycles, and get going. An absolutely rustic experience, you can start by exploring the forest and mangrove habitats on the newly built boardwalk and move on to the beach which can be accessed at five locations.
This activity is recommended only for kids 11 years and above.
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