Be it foodies, explorers, nature lovers, action-seekers, adventurers or socialisers, Singapore – one of Asia’s hit-list holiday destinations welcomes all sorts of tourists all throughout the year with everything exciting. While there’s a lot to experience for all age groups, here we’ve collected the list of things you can do on a holiday to Singapore with kids:
Spend an adventurous day at Universal Studios
Singapore is world-renowned for Universal Studios located within Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island. This place attracts thousands of visitors all throughout the year with its 28 world-class rides, shows and attractions in seven themed zones that are all related to the film studios’ major hit movies. You can experience here an ideal theme park fun with your family exploring all the rides, especially a few with highlights such as the 3D ride Transformers and The Mummy roller coaster.
Discover the beauty of Gardens by the Bay
It’s always a good idea to go picnicking while holidaying with family. The Gardens by the Bay is a nature park in Singapore with three waterfront gardens: Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden. The beauty of the gardens is a true delight amazing children of all age groups; and this place reflects a magical charm with a spectacle of light during nights. You can spend here a leisure time taking skywalk over the gardens and discovering over-sized seashell-shaped greenhouses.
Learn Singaporean History and Culture at Singapore Discovery Centre
Singapore Discovery Centre is an edutainment centre where you can learn about the history, culture and future of Singapore. This place comprises a science museum, an art gallery and an outdoor play area, ideal to discover on a half-day tour. There are a number of intuitive and interactive displays attracting younger kids as well as adults. Besides, paintballing, 3D movies and zorbing are other interested things to amaze visitors. You can combine a tour to the Discovery Centre with the Army Museum of Singapore that is located in the same neighbourhood.
Go for Singapore Night Safari
World’s first nocturnal zoo and a popular tourist attraction in Singapore, the Night Safari is a place to enjoy an after-dark adventure with some of the best night’s creatures. You can spot here a large number of animals from Asia, Africa, Europe and America in the spacious natural environments. It is a completely open-air zoo that is open at night only. You can book a tour and discover the zoo either on foot via four walking trails, or by tram.
Have water fun at Wild Wild Wet Singapore
Kids are always up for some water fun and Wild Wild Wet is the place in Singapore ensuring a day of thrills and spills for the entire family. It is located just 10-minutes away from Changi International Airport drawing the attention with a mix of adrenaline-filled slides and a number of gentle flumes and pools. You cannot miss to take the top rides here including ‘Ular-Lah’ – a white-water rafting-inspired slide, and ‘Shiok River’ that floats you along a gentle stream. The water park also offers a fine range of milder alternatives for tots as well as younger kids.