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Best places for kids 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

Best indoor playgrounds for pretend play in Singapore
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Best indoor playgrounds for pretend play in Singapore

Let kids play pretend or learn a new skill at these educational playgrounds

Best indoor playgrounds for kids in Singapore
Kids

Best indoor playgrounds for kids in Singapore

Too hot outside? Let your kids run riot at these adventure indoor playgrounds

Best farms in Singapore
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Best farms in Singapore

Farms? What farms? The Little Red Dot is as famous for its agriculture industry as Jamaica is for bobsledding. But even though less than 1 percent of our land area is dedicated to farming activities, there’s an impressive variety of farms in Singapore. Whether you are looking for a family-friendly activity on the weekend or a getaway from the hustle and bustle, pick any of these for a breath of fresh air. 

Kid-friendly high-element obstacle courses in Singapore
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Kid-friendly high-element obstacle courses in Singapore

We check out five obstacle courses that let kids unleash their inner Tarzans

Best public parks for kids
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Best public parks for kids

Sure, the Singapore Botanic Gardens is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and all that. But as much as we’re proud of that fact, there are scores more public parks in this ‘City in a Garden’ that are perfect for unleashing the little ones in.

Child-friendly restaurants in Singapore
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Child-friendly restaurants in Singapore

We pick out five joints to take the little ones to – without expecting a tantrum in return

Best free water parks in Singapore
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Best free water parks in Singapore

Singapore's weather can get quite hot, so cool down with the whole family at these aqua playgrounds around the island. We've checked out where to go for the best sprinklers, bubblers and water fountains that are great for kids, and adults, too. Best of all, as they are in public spaces, they come free of charge (no admission fees).

Top five things to do in Kranji Marshes
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Top five things to do in Kranji Marshes

Metal cranes are a dime a dozen in Singapore, but it’s always good to seek out some of their feathery counterparts out in the wild – and get a few deep breaths of fresh air while you’re at it. MacRitchie Reservoir and Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve are (literally) evergreen favourites, and we can add one more to the green club – Kranji Marshes, which, at a sprawling 57 hectares, is our island’s largest freshwater farmland. It was cultivated since the ’70s, when the Kranji reservoir was dammed, forming a wild diversity of terrains such as marshland, grassland and secondary forests. We wade through the green and suss out five unique things you can do in this slice of paradise.

Five trampoline parks to check out in Singapore
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Five trampoline parks to check out in Singapore

How high can you go? We bounce on the trampolines to find out.

Plan a family picnic at these parks
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Plan a family picnic at these parks

After spending many a sweaty hour trekking around various parks, here's our list of the best spots to picnic at in Singapore. These places don't require you to travel to the middle of nowhere, they're scenic, they have some shade and decent patches of grass, and most importantly, they're located near the toilets (but not too near). So pack your basket, pick up your mat, and head to these parks for some fun in the sun.

Bring the kids to these museums
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Bring the kids to these museums

There’s a lot more diversity than you’d reckon when it comes to museums in Singapore. Besides the usual arts-focused spaces, we’ve rounded up a broad spectrum of other funky collections: toys, optical illusions and more

Check out these edutainment places
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Check out these edutainment places

Learning doesn’t necessarily mean chaining your kids to the desk. Children make sense of the world around them through play – and that’s why we’ve taken a gander at some of the edutainment spaces that recently opened up around town.

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Long W
Long W

I would like to visit Diggersite which my friend recommended. I've seen it on their Facebook, it was so much fun. Their kids could rides on a real life diggers, which my son will definitely love it.

Loretta L
Loretta L

eXplorerkid is an option too.