The best Chinese New Year events for kids
Head to Chinatown and you'll be treated to massive lanterns, adorable pig-themed decorations and lion dances which can only mean that Chinese New Year festivities are in full swing. But Chinatown isn't the only place that's celebrating the Year of the Pig. Singapore is dotted with plenty of kid-friendly things to do, see and enjoy with the whole fam. After all, it's all about being together with your family. Gather the brood for these events that won't leave you feeling boar-ed. RECOMMENDED: Guide to Chinese New Year in Singapore and the best Chinese New Year events in Singapore
The best trampoline parks to check out in Singapore
Take the fun factor to new heights. Trampolines are not only enjoyable (and keeping the kids busy) but are also great for core strengthening and cardio boosting. These trampoline parks in Singapore are loaded with padded floors and walls, as well as soft obstacle courses and pits filled with foam blocks, for you to parkour, free-run and flip without the extra fear. RECOMMENDED: Best indoor playgrounds for kids and best rock climbing gyms in Singapore
The best indoor playgrounds for kids in Singapore
Don't let the rain or scorching tropical heat keep your kids from having some fun over the school holidays. Take shelter at these fun indoor playgrounds as they run free. From water parks and rock climbing centres to rope courses, there's surely one suited for your energiser bunnies. RECOMMENDED: The best free playgrounds in Singapore and 7 kid-friendly high-element obstacle courses in Singapore
The best free playgrounds in Singapore
Forget staying in – give the kids their daily dose of fun (and vitamin D) by letting them loose in these imaginative playgrounds. From illuminated slides to orchid-shaped splash buckets, these public playgrounds have us wishing we were seven again.
The best things to do in Singapore with kids
Best museums in Singapore
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. RECOMMENDED: 11 tourist attractions Singaporeans never go to and 101 best things to do in Singapore
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.
Singapore’s best parks for picnics
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.