TL;DR – School’s out, fun’s in!
Holidays are great for the kids, but work does not stop for the adults. With another three weeks of school holidays to go and if you’re wrecking your brains thinking of activities to occupy your children, here are some you can consider!
Singapore Philatelic Museum
The Little Prince exhibition is on from now till March 2019. This exhibition celebrates its 75th anniversary in publication. Families with kids aged 7 to 12 years old, you might want to sign up for the Adventure with The Little Prince package for $66 from 10-3pm on selected days with lunch provided and, you can also arrange a stayover in the museum on selected days for $110 per child, inclusive of three meals.
Want to let your little ones find more about the river creatures in River Safari? Well, the River Safari has now turned into a giant board game ruled by the fearsome river creatures. Form a group of up to six participants to solve puzzles and escape from the terrifying creatures! When the quest is completed, you win a Pin of Honour! Hurry now, they only have limited amount of pins to be given away each weekend. Click here to take a look at the other programs they have lined up!
The mega indoor activity park, SuperPark, opened to much fanfare on 17 November. Featuring 20 adrenaline-pumping activities for everyone regardless of age, this park has three different areas; adventure, game and freestyle . There is bound to have an activity you like.
Calling all dragon lovers and Game Of Thrones fans, the dragons have invaded Singapore Zoo! Muster up the courage and get up-close to the Night King’s Ice Dragon in the flesh. Take a photo with your favourite mythical beasts and ice dragons, share it on your Instagram and hashtag #SingaporeZoo and #DragonandBeasts to receive a HBO Games of Thrones Pin, while stocks last!
Hey mummies and daddies! This indoor trampoline playground is great for families too! With 8 different zones, you are bound to sweat it all out! Trampolining has several known benefits, but the most important thing you need to know for now is, 10 minutes on the trampolines raises your heart rate similar to 33 minutes of running – think of all the energy your kids will burn and the good night’s sleep
you’ll they’ll be having.