As part of this year’s edition of Small Big Dreamers, the showcase titled An Artist’s Tropical Landscape features safe and engaging interactive activity stations for the little artists, inspired by local painter Georgette Chen’s artwork Tropical Fruits. The kids can get creative drawing fruits, and engage in sensorial play in the curious audio area where they can listen to the sounds various fruits might make. More imaginative fun awaits at the Keppel Centre for Art Education’s imaginative Art Playscape where there are various interactive kinetic zones. Locals including PRs can enjoy free admission into National Gallery Singapore.
Looking to keep the kids busy without breaking the bank? With plenty of family-friendly things to do around Singapore – even free ones – we've got you covered. Whether it's school holidays or a quiet weekend, there's plenty of activities that will keep your tiny tots entertained. From cycling through East Coast Park and flying a kite at Marina Barrage to getting soaked at Far East Organization Children's Garden and Siloso Beach, here are the best activities for kids – absolutely free.