Heading Outdoors in Singapore

“Earth and sky, woods and fields, lakes and rivers, the mountain and the sea, are excellent schoolmasters, and teach us more than we can ever learn from books.” – John Lubbock

For a predominately urban country, Singapore has plenty of spaces to get outdoors and appreciate nature. There is joy in discovering the beauty of nature and learning to appreciate the diversity of life found in the outdoors.

Heading outdoors in Singapore also provides a chance to chalk up new experiences. Outdoor sports and recreational activities teach you as much about yourself as the world around you.

That’s why we love the outdoors and we hope you do too.

Outdoor Playgrounds

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Parks and Gardens

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Amazonia Indoor Playground at Great World City, Singapore

As its name suggests, the Amazonia Indoor Playground at Great World City is themed after all things Amazon Rainforest. Located on Level Three of Great...
Sketch Town

ArtScience Museum’s Future World: Where Art Meets Science – Digital, Immersive Experiences

ArtScience Museum’s Future World, the museum's first permanent exhibition, creates a digital landscape for kids to explore imaginative new worlds. Colour a car drawing and...

Outdoor Activites

Orchard Central

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Changi Airport T4 Open House

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There was a time when the entertainment options for kids at Changi Airport were two fish tanks and sitting on a bench next to...

Water Playgrounds

Big Bucket

Adventure Cove Waterpark at Resorts World Sentosa, Sentosa

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Palawan Pirate Ship

Ahoy There, Palawan Pirate Ship Water Playground

In December 2016, we said "adieu" to the Port of Lost Wonder with its closure. Now, in 2017, we can say “ahoy” to the Palawan Pirate...
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