An exhibition introducing the weird and wonderful world of contemporary art to kids
Singapore's best five playgrounds
From pirate ships to ziplines, your kids will love it here
How to train your lion
The Night Safari's senior zookeeper tells us how he cares for the lion cubs
A constellation of creatures
12 places to spot all the animals of the Chinese Zodiac for a fun and educational day out
The best party venues for kids in Singapore
A birthday party at any of these venues will make your kid the most popular around
Events and activities for kids
The Three Billy Goats Gruff
Following the adventures of the three goats in question – conveniently named Baby, Middle and Big – this musical by the Singapore Repertory Theatre’s The Little Co features songs by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe. Find out whether they can survive the drought by crossing a troll-infested bridge to greener, lusher grounds.
The Gingerbread Man
Filled with catchy songs and a colourful cast of characters, this I Theatre production begins when a Little Old Man and a Little Old Woman accidentally create a gingerbread man who turns out to be more of a handful than they had anticipated. A delicious mayhem, of course, ensues.
Created for kids between the ages of four and eight, this 90-minute workshop by ACT 3 International is inspired by Angela Mitchell’s book, The Jelly that Wouldn’t Wobble, and comprises four key elements: art exhibitions, a show, drama and visual art activities.
Child-friendly venues in Singapore
Sentosa Palawan Beach Amphitheatre
This open-space holds daily animal shows
Centaurs Sports Park
Let your kids run wild at this multi-sport camps
Centre Stage School of the Arts
The centre provides speech and drama lessons for children and adults alike.
Art at Home Studio
A full-time homemaker-turned-art teacher runs decorative painting and scrapbooking workshops for children
Pottery classes suitable for children of all ages
The largest indoor playground in Singapore for children under 12