Tailored for children between the ages of six to twelve, Climb Asia’s RocKids programme introduces them to rock climbing in two-hour sessions, guided by professional instructors.
Unplug from the daily grind and reconnect with nature at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Labrador Park, or Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve. Go for a picnic, or just hike along the trails to explore the local flora, and if you’re lucky, fauna.
Saddle up and try an activity that has been slowly but surely gaining popularity in Singapore. Take a horse-drawn carriage as a family, or let the little ones give a go at riding ponies.
Parents, relive your childhood and bask in nostalgia while introducing your kids to time-honoured characters like Tintin and Popeye.
Let those eight years and older burn off excess energy during this school holiday by learning how to jump, vault, and climb over obstacles in the urban environment with effortless cool.
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Embark on an adventure about 14th century Singapore with this history trail. Noticeboards along the route provide information on indigenous plants, as well as artefacts that were uncovered at the archaeological dig.
Even though Singapore’s farming industry is way past its heyday, Hay Dairies still sticks around with a small herd of mixed goats, churning out fresh goat milk daily. It's also a great opportunity for the young ones to meet, erm, other kids.
This curious exhibition houses six zones with different themes, each displaying mind-boggling optical illusions and three-dimensional paintings for some crazy photo ops.
Be blown away, or in this case, up, by this wind tunnel which gives the thrilling sensation of skydiving without the risks involved.
The airport may be internationally lauded for adult travellers, but it’s great for kids too. There’s the SingKids PlaySystem indoor playground, butterfly gardens and more. The three terminals also offer numerous family-friendly dining options.