Beat the heat at indoor playgrounds and jungle gyms, take an educational day trip out to farms and the marshlands (yes, these exist in Singapore) or have a picnic in one of Singapore's best public parks – there are plenty of family friendly activities to do in Singapore.
As much as you love your children, we know sometimes you just want to hang out sans the little tykes – here are some restaurants with a no-child policy for some me-time.
The best kid-friendly high-element obstacle courses in Singapore
Instead of letting the little ones crawl all over your furniture, why not bring them to these high-element obstacle courses? These kid-friendly (think reasonable heights for different age groups and very safe) outing builds a child's confidence and is one that parents can even join in the fun too. RECOMMENDED: 14 kid-friendly restaurants in Singapore and free water parks
The best kid-friendly restaurants in Singapore
Looking for the best family restaurants in Singapore? Look no further than our amazing list of themed restaurants, eateries with play areas and diners with menus specifically catered to the kiddos. These kid-friendly restaurants offer everything from mouthwatering Italian fare and finger foods to cute Gudetama-themed plates and fine dining dishes. And for dessert, we've compiled a list of Singapore's best ice-cream shops. What are you waiting for? Get in on some delicious eats! RECOMMENDED The best free waterparks in Singapore and the best indoor playgrounds in Singapore
Educational trails for kids
For the nature lover: Kranji Not many know that Singapore's North-Western corner is home to many farms. Some of them are even pioneering agricultural technology like aeroponics and others taking care of creatures such as frogs and crocodiles. Whatever the case, a weekend spent tramping around Kranji popping from farm to farm is a great opportunity to educate your kids on where their food comes from without breaking open the textbooks. Organic farm Bollywood Veggies offers a myriad of activities for the family, from guided tours to scarecrow-building and rice paddy-planting. Animal lovers can take selfies with the amphibians on the Jurong Frog Farm's family tour, or let the kids get down and dirty by catching frogs and tadpoles – boots and nets are provided. Otherwise, drop in on Hay Dairies, where you'll be able to visit their resident goats, watch them be milked or buy some if you like (milk, that is – not goats). For the active child: Punggol Thanks to numerous new developments, the sleepy Punggol neighbourhood is well on its way to becoming a lively residential hub. But it's also an ideal place to go for a casual jaunt with your children thanks to the walking trails along Punggol Promenade, which faces Coney Island and boasts a beautiful view of the sea. Opt for the 1.2km Punggol Point Walk, extend your trek to the 2.4km Punggol Promenade Nature Walk or, if you’re feeling energetic, take on the remaining 1.3km Punggol Riverside Walk – all manageable distances, espec