#StaySafe and Rediscover Family Fun this September School Holidays
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School’s out and fun’s in! After staying home for much of the year, head out during the September School Holidays and rediscover fun and excitement around Singapore! No matter what mood you and your little ones are in, there’s an attraction for you to visit.
For those who love to shop but would also like a dash of thrills, Airzone is the place to be! Located in City Square Mall, Airzone is the world’s first indoor suspended net playground with various areas of fun. Across level 3, there’s a huge ball pit filled with over 50,000 balls so you and your little ones can jump right into happiness. While the nets might look thin, rest assured that they’re sturdy enough to support 2 big buses worth of weight.
Book your tickets today: https://airzone.sg/buytickets
Gardens by the Bay
Enjoy quiet family time lost in the gardens at Gardens by the Bay. Step into the Flower Dome and embark on a journey to the wild with Out of Africa, enter the Cloud Forest and take in breath-taking mountain views surrounded by diverse vegetation and hidden floral gems, or scale the Supertree Grove’s newly opened Supertree Observatory and be awed by splendid views of the Gardens and the surrounding Marina Bay area.
Book your tickets today: https://ticket.gardensbythebay.com.sg/product/listing
Jurong Bird Park
If your children enjoy close up interactions with birds, do visit the Jurong Bird Park, Asia’s largest bird paradise! With close to 3,500 birds across 400 species (20% of which are threatened species), the park is famed for its conservation, education and sustainability efforts as well as immersive experiences!
Book your tickets today: https://www.wrs.com.sg/en/jurong-bird-park.html
So if birds are not your thing but your family still love animals, why not visit the Singapore Zoo! A haven for wondrous wildlife and a must-visit for animal-lovers! The zoo is home to over 2,800 animals from 300 species including fluffy white polar bears, adorable lemurs and majestic lions. You’ll also be able to enjoy up-close encounters through feeding sessions with animals lie giraffes and elephants. Want to take that up a notch? Drop by Ah Meng Kitchen for a taste of authentic local dishes and to dine with orangutans!
Book your tickets today: https://www.wrs.com.sg/en/singapore-zoo.html
Wild Wild Wet
All for that action and adventure? Covering 3.8 hectares, Wild Wild Wet is approximately the size of five football fields and it definitely delivers double (or triple) the amount of fun and excitement! With 15 different rides, enjoy a whale of a time at Wild Wild Wet! Key rides to hit for those adrenaline junkies include the first raft slide in Southeast Asia, Ular-Lah which simulates the white water rafting experience as well as the Vortex, Singapore’s first high-speed 360° extreme loops ride which brings you through extreme turns and curves at absolute break-neck speeds!
Book your tickets today: https://www.wildwildwet.com/index.php
Besides all the fun, laughter and joy, we know safety is of top priority to all parents, especially during these times. Do rest assured that these attractions have implemented the required Safe Management Measures (SMM) and adhere to The Association of Singapore Attractions’ (ASA) consolidated guide for re-opening procedures, ‘Make Fun Safe’ playbook.
To ensure that you, your family and all visitors are safe while enjoying a fun time at the attractions, we’d like to call on everyone to also do their part as well! Here are top 5 tips from the ‘Make Fun Safe’ playbook:
- Wear your masks at all times
- Pre-book attractions tickets before your visit
- Abide by the SMMs implemented for shows/rides/tours and adhere to 1m social distancing
- Come in groups of 5 or less
- Exercise social responsibility and do not visit attractions when feeling unwell
The information stated here is republished from a press release sent to theAsianparent. From more announcements and product launches, visit https://sg.theasianparent.com/category/press-releases.