Kids

The best attractions and activities Singapore has to offer for kids, teens, and families

Kids

Best places to bring your kids to in Singapore

Introducing the top places around town you can bring the little people to, whether they’re princesses-in-waiting, budding scientists or if you just need them out of your hair

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School holiday camps for kids

School's out and the holidays are here! Forget tuition – we show you how to educate your kids in the school of life

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Best hotels and resorts for families

When it comes time for a family vacation, there’s no need to sacrifice style for comfort. Here are our picks for the best family-friendly hotels in town

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Top 10 things to do for kids and families

Stumped for ideas to do as a family? We round up ten activities, including farm visits and skydiving

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Events and activities for kids

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Counting Sheep, Dreaming Goats

In celebration of the Year of the Goat, this exhibition encourages little ones to learn more about these furry animals and their relatives through the showcase of a range of sheep-themed stamps and other display items.

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iCamp

Budding IT pros learn video-game design, robotics, animation and digital art at this five-day technology and creativity camp run by the Children’s Technology Workshop. Don’t worry, its not all geeky fun. The kids will also get to run around away from the computer. How’s that for mind-body balance?

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Art Boot Camp

Let your kids immerse themselves in creative fun as Art Boot Camp offers exciting art classes and unique vacation workshops of various themes.

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Children’s Technology Workshop

The Children’s Technology Workshop offers hands-on courses for children that are buckets of fun. Self-proclaimed tech geek and proud parent Darryl Reiter set up the school in Canada in 1997, after years of teaching. Staying true to its motto – ‘explore. invent. create.’– the centre lets bright young sparks dabble in technical work, from robotics to video-game design to programming. Eager teachers – most have a science or engineering background – are on hand to guide rather than instruct. There’s no memorising here, just pure understanding by exploring.

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Child-friendly venues in Singapore

Sport and fitness

Forest Adventure

Singapore's first and only tree top adventure course offers a rope course built in the trees, with various obstacles such as ladders, swings, nets, trapezes and tunnels. There are separate courses for adults and kids.  

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Curly and Spike

Even kids are getting style-conscious these days. Encourage your child’s inner diva from an early age with a visit to Curly and Spike. Run by JWT Kids Gym, this kids-only hairdressers-cum-beautysalon not only trims wayward locks back into shape, but also offers manicures, pedicures and even massages (for all those stressed kids?) amidst a vivid and fun interior. Prices on request.

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Shopping

TOTT Store

TOTT, or ‘Tools of the Trade’, is Singapore’s (and Asia’s) largest shop specialising in culinary related products, services and activities. This 36,000 sq ft venture houses a bistro, a cookbook corner, children’s play area, a ‘Bake & Go’ counter, a 12-counter cooking studio and a 64-seater demo studio. While supervisors assist children in baking 30-minute cakes, adults can peruse the goodies: from NordicWare and Jamie Oliver merchandise to private and corporate courses.

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Attractions

Combat Skirmish

Playing police and thief in the yard is so 1985. If combat is what your tiny brave one seeks (and, let’s face it, who doesn’t want to play a shoot-‘em-up with friends), then Combat Skirmish is the laser tag boot camp worth attending.

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Kidz Amaze, Toa Payoh

No, SAFRA is not just for army boys. SAFRA Jurong has an interactive three-storey play system that features one of the highest indoor spiral slides in Asia and – wait for it – mounted turrets that shoot foam balls ($396/20 children; $16.50-$36/additional child). If the birthday boy or girl prefers to crawl through tunnels, explore themed zones and solve puzzles, then SAFRA Toa Payoh has it all. Here, kids can learn something about the world we live in, so it’s both fun and educational (same price as SAFRA Jurong). And no worries if the birthday kid is just two months old. SAFRA Toa Payoh even has an Infant & Toddler Play Zone designed by early childhood experts for your tots to roll around in total safety.

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Sentosa Palawan Beach Amphitheatre

This open-space holds daily animal shows

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