Hornbill Model, Imbiah Trail

Mount Imbiah Trail and Nature Walk, Sentosa

Sentosa’s Imbiah Lookout is a bustling location where passengers disembark from cable cars, can view the wax works at Madame Tussauds Singapore and hurtle...
East Coast Park Bicycle Rental

East Coast Park Bicycle Rental Guide

East Coast Park bicycle rental stations make it easy to enjoy cycling at one of Singapore’s favourite recreational spots. Pick up a bike and...
Night Safari Slow Loris

10 Night Safari Exhibits You Must See

Singapore’s Night Safari makes for a great evening out. Go on a tram ride to view animals in their nocturnal habitats or venture along...
Deka the cheetah cub

Over 600 Baby Animals Born in Singapore’s Wildlife Parks in 2016

More than 600 baby animals and hatchlings were born in Singapore’s wildlife parks in 2016. Representing 143 species, these include highly threatened Southeast Asian animals such...
Timmy & Tammy Family Nature Walk at Singapore Botanic Gardens

A Timmy & Tammy-inspired Walk Through The Singapore Botanic Gardens

“We love the Botanic Gardens!” exclaim Timmy, Tammy, and family in the book Timmy & Tammy At the Botanic Gardens. It’s easy to see why....
National Orchid Garden, Singapore

7 Top Sights at Singapore’s National Orchid Garden

Singapore's National Orchid Garden is a picturesque attraction that showcases the world’s largest family of flowering plants - orchids. These flowers make up 10 percent...
Waterway Point playground mini river

Best of 2016 for Families

It’s been a busy year on the family front for Singapore. The north-east (Sengkang, Punggol and East Coast) is an alluring area with a host...
Wakeboarding at Singapore Wake Park

Wakeboarding for First-timers 101: Singapore Wake Park

Try wakeboarding at the Singapore Wake Park in East Coast Park. It’ll change your perspective of wind, water and waves. Plus, you’ll get that adrenaline rush and more!
Weighing over 4.5 tonnes, Chawang, the animal icon of Night Safari, is the largest and heaviest animal in Singapore’s wildlife parks.

Twilight Encounters with Night Safari’s Animal Icon

Chawang the Asian elephant was just six when rescued by Malaysian wildlife authorities. Relocated to Singapore in 1983, Chawang is now close to 40...
Night Safari

7 Night Safari Timings You Need to Know – Opening Hours, Show Timings

The Night Safari is a unique attraction in Singapore. You can expect to spend the entire evening there but you should also know several...
The Great Egg-scape

Zoo-rassic Park’s The Great Egg-scape: Go Egg-hunting This Weekend

An egg is on the loose. This weekend, keep your eyes peeled for a partially hatched dinosaur egg which has escaped from a shipment of...
Tiger Exhibit at Bukit Timah Hill

Hidden Caves and Other Reasons to Visit Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

The king of Singapore’s hills has returned. All hail Bukit Timah Hill and the surrounding Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. After being closed for two years...
Safari Boo 2016

River Safari’s Safari Boo 2016: The Aliens Have Landed

Have a close encounter with friendly aliens, glowing monsters and mythical mermaids at Safari Boo 2016, the merry-not-scary Halloween event for kids. The third installment...
Children's Day at Singapore Zoo

Celebrate Children’s Day at Singapore Zoo with Free Admission for Kids

Kids Enjoy Free Admission in October 2016 In the month of October, children 12 years old and below will enjoy free admission to Singapore Zoo,...
Bukit Batok Nature Park

Bukit Batok Nature Park: Quarry, Playground & Wildlife

From the main road, it is hard to see what lies inside Bukit Batok Nature Park. Instead, around the edge of the park, well-shaded...
Chinese Garden Singapore

Chinese Garden: Journey to a Different Place

Chinese Garden, together with its sister park, Japanese Garden, are at the heart of new, upcoming Jurong Lake Gardens. While work has started at the...