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Wai Ling

Wai Ling
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Wai Ling is the mother of a six-year-old who doesn't ever stop. She works on a freelance basis so she can spend more time exploring the world with the little one. If you would also like to contribute to Little Day Out, contact us at hello@littledayout.com.

Chinese New Year Craft Ideas: Ang Pow Plum Blossom, Bow Tie...

Looking for Chinese New Year craft ideas for some bonding craft time with the little one? Here are two that make use of red packets,...

Chinese New Year 2018 Craft: Ang Pow Dog For The Year...

Chinese New Year 2018 falls on 16 February. As every year, the kids get all excited about the celebrations. And why not? There are...

Little Day Outing to Yue Hwa: Dongzhi Family Experience

Dongzhi, or Winter Solstice, Festival is a meaningful celebration of hope during the depths of winter as families look forward to the warmer, brighter...

Craft: Grow Your Adventure Tree

“Plant” your own tree of adventure, nourish it with amazing experiences, and see it flourish! Here’s how: What You Will Need for the Grow Your...

The Ollie Comics: A Rare Family Read

“All night long, all night. All night long, all night.” For weeks, my six-year-old was singing Lionel Richie’s famous song, albeit in the wrong tune. She...

Little Day Outing to the Reel World: Create a Family Movie

It’s going to be “lights, camera, action, and family bonding!” at our newest Little Day Outing this December 2017. Little Day Outing to the Reel...

Santa’s Little Helper: Capturing The Magic Of Christmas

“Santa Claus is coming to town”, says the famous Christmas song. And he’s going to be flying around in a reindeer-pulled sleigh filled with presents...

GRUB: Tasty Dining With A Side Of Lush Greenery

Dining at GRUB is a pleasant affair. Located at the Sin Ming end of Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, the bistro serves its tasty burgers...

Singapore Writers Festival 2017: Loads of Fun at SWF For Families

The Singapore Writers Festival (SWF) celebrates its 20th edition this year. From its beginnings in 1986 featuring just over 70 authors, the Festival has...

15+ Marvellous Mooncakes in Singapore 2017 to Swoon Over

Where can you buy mooncakes in Singapore 2017? We pick out 15+ mooncakes in Singapore, from the uber-fancy to the traditional, on the market...

KidsFest 2018: The Gruffalo, Dinosaurs and More Are Stomping Into Town

The much-anticipated KidsFest 2018 returns from 18 January to 11 February 2018. Featuring six shows in two venues – Victoria Theatre and KC Arts Centre...

Review: Red Riding Hood in Mandarin

“Always take the main road. Don’t veer from it…” Mum reminded Red Riding Hood again and again in the eponymous musical, presented in Mandarin. While...

Little Day Outing to Singapore Dance Theatre: A Peek Behind the...

Did you know that a ballet dancer goes through one pair of shoes a week? Or that some ballet costumes are worn over and over...

National Day Craft: Super Singaporean

With the National Day celebrations just around the corner, we are reminded of how resilient we can be as Singaporeans. After all, though we’re...

Craft Supplies in Singapore: What and Where to Get

From making a simple potato print to creating elaborate paper dresses, there are many ways to engage kids through craft. It’s no wonder that...

Visiting Macau With Kids: Attractions, Experiences & Food

Ever wondered what there is to do in Macau with kids? Wai Ling and her family visited Macau and discovered there is much more to...