Authors Posts by Carolyn Chiam

Carolyn Chiam

Carolyn Chiam
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Carolyn Chiam is an arts manager, who firmly believes that books and theatre open up possibilities and allow the imagination to explore new worlds and landscapes. Married to a musician, Joel Nah, they share their love for the arts with their children, Elliot and Elizabeth.

Visiting Khao Yai, Thailand: Quaint European-Style Villages, Animal Encounters And A...

Sprinkled with quaint Italian-inspired villages, wineries with vineyards and flower fields against a mountainous backdrop, the region of Khao Yai near Bangkok, Thailand, offers...

Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World: Exploring Life Beneath the Waters &...

A massive aquarium located within the two basements of the Siam Paragon mega mall, Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World offers an opportunity to view a...

Pauline Gandel Children’s Gallery At Melbourne Museum: Families At Play Together

Choo Choo! All aboard! Visitors are invited to embark on a journey at the lighted train tunnel entrance to the Pauline Gandel Children’s Gallery...

“Thomas & Friends: Big World! Big Adventures! The Movie” Family Day:...

We were invited to journey with Thomas the train through a variety of movie-themed activities and a preview movie screening before Thomas & Friends:...

Roll Over the Ocean, Roll Over the Sea At Forum The...

“Roll Over the Ocean, Roll Over the Sea” with mascots Jerry and Jenny at Forum The Shopping Mall from 8 to 21 June 2018....

Visiting Sydney With Kids: Family-Friendly Things To Do In The Harbour...

Visiting Sydney with kids? You can look forward to an amazing time Down Under with family-friendly attractions and plenty of varied sights in the...

The Ugly Duckling Review: A Classic Retold

Follow the fluid flight of swans with their swirling feathers and enter the magical, yet modern, world of a fairy tale re-told through physical...

Review of The Gruffalo at KidsFest 2018: Enter The Deep Dark...

What happens when you are someone’s idea of a meal? Or when your imagined monster is actually real? Read our review of The Gruffalo at KidsFest 2018.

Waka Waka by The Polliwogs: Go on a Wild Jungle Safari

At Waka Waka by The Polliwogs, children can go from the double-storey course through netted tunnels, hanging logs, stepping stones on a mock river,...

Snow City: Winter Wonderland Encounters in Singapore

How does one keep cool and have a snowball fight on our sunny island? At Snow City Singapore, you can enter a unique chamber...

Diggersite at Yishun: Powered Playwork at a Children’s Construction Site!

Nestled up north amidst a scenic fishing lake, huge lotus pond and fountains, Diggersite offers toddlers above two years old, children and even accompanying...

9 Useful Things to Know About Diggersite at ORTO

Diggersite at ORTO provides a fun way for kids to get outdoors and learn in a tactile manner. By playing with REAL construction equipment,...

Polliwogs Eastpoint: The Joy of Slides and Shoot-outs!

Located on the fourth floor of a suburban mall, Polliwogs Eastpoint lives up to its name as a family-friendly indoor playground providing “serious fun”...

Tale of Three Pigs: Review of SRT’s Three Little Pigs

The Singapore Repertory Theatre's Little Company brings back to the Singapore stage its English musical comedy retelling of the Three Little Pigs and the...

Pororo Park Singapore Review

Pop by Marina Square for an encounter with Pororo the Little Penguin. A new themed indoor play park, Pororo Park Singapore, at the shopping...

“The Way Back Home” Review: Two Friends on an Extra-terrestrial Adventure

Flying to the moon on an airplane? Making friends with a talking alien? Delightful! Presented by I Theatre and created by Big Wooden Horse (UK),...