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Through The Lens Of Time: New Permanent Exhibit At Singapore Discovery Centre

The newly renovated Singapore Discovery Centre welcomes their newest exhibit: Through The Lens Of Time. Part of the permanent exhibits gallery, go on a journey through the lens of time as you revisit the...
5 Things To Look Out For At The Singapore Discovery Centre

5 Things To Look Out For At The Singapore Discovery Centre

After six months of renovation, the Singapore Discovery Centre is back in operation and invites visitors to RE-Discover the many amazing and fun refurbished attractions that are now installed. There is much to look...

Attractions

52 Family-Friendly Things To Do In Singapore With Kids For Year-Round Fun

Singapore is amazingly family-friendly and there are plenty of things to do in Singapore with kids. From big-time attractions to outdoorsy activities to iconic...

NUS Baba House: A Rare Peranakan Mansion Restored To Its Former Glory In The Heart Of Singapore

Look no further if you would like a peek into a traditional Peranakan ancestral home. Singapore has a beautifully restored Peranakan mansion, right in...

Universal Studios Singapore for Toddlers

Is it worth the money to buy tickets to Universal Studios Singapore when your child is only a toddler? You wonder about the suitability...

10+ Unusual Museums In Singapore You Can Visit

While we normally think of museums as covering topics such as history and art, there are also unusual museums in Singapore waiting to be...

Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum: Dinosaurs And Other Discoveries In The Natural World

Located beside the University Cultural Centre at Kent Ridge, the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum at National University of Singapore is the country’s...

Quick Guide To Visiting Sentosa: How To Get There, Attractions & Things To Do

Sentosa offers an escape from urban Singapore. With a concentration of leisure activities and fine beaches, it is a great location to head out...

Tips for Visiting Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore at Resorts World Sentosa is one of Singapore’s top attractions. With thrilling rides, entertaining shows and thematic dining, it is a...

Sentosa Beach and Waterfront Guide: Locations, Attractions and Restaurants

Sentosa is Singapore’s island getaway. One of the key reasons for visiting is the Sentosa beach, or more accurately beaches. With sandy shores, swaying...

Visiting Hay Dairies Goat Farm: Hay There, Goat-Looking!

These are exciting times in my toddler’s life - when she now runs, jumps, sings, talks, and basically understands heaps. It’s so much fun...

Lesser-Known Spots At Gardens By The Bay You May Have Missed

Most visitors to Gardens by the Bay find themselves at the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest, or, in the evenings, end up at the...

ArtScience Museum’s Into the Wild – Virtual Forest, Real Change

Explore a virtual forest at ArtScience Museum’s Into the Wild. From 11 February 2017 onwards, this permanent installation lets you step into the (virtual)...

HydroDash: Inflatable Water Park At Palawan Beach, Sentosa

HydroDash is Sentosa’s newest water park. Singapore’s first inflatable aqua park is a floating obstacle course for players of all ages! Fan of Ninja...

Parks & Nature

Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West: Heritage In A Park

I’m not the most outdoorsy person but I do like being outdoors. And I’ll qualify that by saying, I’m much more a “dine al...

Singapore Botanic Gardens: 15 Favourite Nature Spots

Singapore Botanic Gardens is a wonderful green space that families can enjoy together.Just minutes away from Orchard Road, Singapore Botanic Gardens provides city-dwelling Singaporeans...

Bedok Town Park: A Walk In The Park

Bedok Town Park is a great spot for Easties to cycle, jog, exercise or just relax. It has a large number of facilities, such...

Upper Peirce Reservoir Park: Long Road To The Water

It was 27 February 1977 when Singapore’s fourth oldest reservoir, Upper Peirce Reservoir, was officially opened by then-Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew. Its park,...

Play Corridor In Bedok: Connecting The Reservoir To The Coast

In Singapore, it is amazing how we always seem to be able to maximise the use of space. The Play Corridor in Bedok is...

Punggol Waterway: A Tale of Five Bridges

Some children splash among jets of water while other children build sandcastles next to swaying coconut trees and a flowing river a stone's throw away.Is...

Quick Guide To Singapore Botanic Gardens: Useful Things To Know For Visitors

Singapore Botanic Gardens is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular spot for both locals and overseas visitors alike. Its verdant grounds provide...

Rower’s Bay: Node Along The Future Round Island Route

Lower Seletar Reservoir is a tranquil spot in the north with recreational facilities such as a water play area and jetty along Yishun Avenue...

Singapore Botanic Gardens Gallop Extension: Mingxin Foundation Rambler’s Ridge And OCBC Arboretum Opens

Singapore Botanic Gardens’ new Gallop Extension has opened - at least in part. This expansion of the Tyersall-Gallop Core brings with it a new...

Yishun Park: Plantation Past, Playgrounds & Dipterocarpus Arboretum

Occupying an area of around 15 football fields, Yishun Park is a lush, hilly park which officially opened back in 1995. However, it still...

TreeTop Walk: Scenic Aerial Views of the Rainforest Canopy

A 250-metre suspension bridge that provides an aerial view of the surrounding forest, the MacRitchie TreeTop Walk is one of the most breathtaking nature...

Singapore Botanic Gardens’ Learning Forest: Discover Wetlands, Walk With Giants

From the waters of the wetlands to the heights of the trees - these are some of the experiences that await visitors at Singapore...

Playgrounds

10 of the Best Sand Play Areas Around Singapore

Discover 10 of the best sand play areas around Singapore. Playing with sand opens up the world of endless possibilities. Whether it is building up sandcastles,...

Woodlands Waterfront: Sea, Land and Sky

Lush greenery, gentle waves, and the calming sea breeze and the open sky (at least as open as it gets here in Singapore). You...

Circle Green Park: Three Playgrounds Including An Amazing Climbing Pyramid

Woodlands has its fair share of awesome children’s playgrounds and one of the most fun ones can be found at Circle Green Park.Amidst the...

Power Tower Playgrounds: Elevating Play to New Heights

All kids have dreamt of living in a treehouse, darting along elevated walkways, high above the surrounding land below. While not exactly treehouses, several tower...

Cyclist Park At East Coast Park: Bike Circuits, Nature Playgarden And Eateries By The Sea

Cyclist Park is a new cycling destination at East Coast Park for those who wish to test their skills or simple take a break...

Climbing Towers In The Neighbourhood: Jurong East Street 24 Playground

Surrounded by HDB apartment blocks at Jurong East Street 24 is an impressive children’s playground, not far from Yuhua Village.High Towers & Climbing NetsThe...

Jurong Lake Gardens Lakeside Garden: Nature, Play And Community

Lakeside Garden, the western section of Jurong Lake Gardens, has opened and there is plenty to enjoy around the huge, 53-hectare recreational space.Jurong Lake...

Amazonia Indoor Playground at Great World City, Singapore

Read our 2019 review of the newly-renovated, Ice Age-themed Amazonia indoor playground. As its name suggests, the Amazonia Indoor Playground at Great World City is themed...

Hansel And Gretel Playground At Clementi: A Candy Trail For Kids

Kids are in for a sweet treat at the Hansel and Gretel playground at Clementi. Officially known as The Candy Trail, this themed playground...

8 Play Spots At Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden For Outdoor Fun In The Sun

The Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden at Singapore Botanic Gardens is a magical place designed especially for young children. It provides opportunities for kids to...

10 Of The Best Free Indoor Playgrounds In Singapore For Family Fun

Who doesn’t love free things? And how about free playground indoors for fun in any type of weather? From north, south, east and west,...

Clementi Crest Playgrounds: Adventure Treehouse & Play For Different Ages

There are not one but two Clementi Crest playgrounds – an Adventure Treehouse for older kids and a themed one for the younger age...

Around the World

A Visit To The Melbourne Museum Is A Fascinating Journey Through Natural And Australian History

Located in Carlton Gardens, a visit to Melbourne Museum to view its exhibits is a fascinating look into natural and Australian history. With well-presented galleries...

Eggs ‘n Things: All Day Pancakes and Delicious Breakfast Goodness in Japan

In Tokyo, Japan, it not uncommon to seek out Japanese pancakes - known for being fluffy and even soufflé-like. However, the one pancake place...

Herb Island, Korea: Fairy Tale Fantasies & European-Themed Lands

If your children love fairy tales, be sure to take them to Pocheon Herb Island when you visit South Korea. They can dress up...

Visiting Khao Yai, Thailand: Quaint European-Style Villages, Animal Encounters And A Chocolate Factory Just Outside Bangkok

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...

20+ Things To Do In Hong Kong To Experience The Best It Has To Offer

Planning to pay a visit to Hong Kong? Whether it is your first time or your fifteenth, the bustling city always has something to...

Osaka Castle: Commanding Views To A Feudal Past

One of the iconic symbols of Japan’s second largest city is Osaka Castle. Located within the lush Osaka Castle Park, this impressive structure, also...

Shinagawa Kumin Park, Tokyo: A Whale Of A Time

Shinagawa Kumin Park is located in Tokyo’s southern Shinagawa Ward. Its forested landscape stretches out for about a kilometre and is also home to...

Kyoto Railway Museum: Interactive Fun With Trains

With over 50 historic train cars on display, the Kyoto Railway Museum is a must-visit for any train enthusiast. It is also an amazingly...

Watch Melbourne’s Phillip Island Penguin Parade Live Stream From Home

The Little Penguins at Phillip Island are one of the biggest draws for people to make the two-hour drive south of Melbourne. While it...

Quick Tips for Travelling by Train In Tokyo, Japan

The Tokyo subway system is one of the most complex in the world. There are 278 stations and 13 lines run by two operators...

Ninja Trick House in Tokyo: Shuriken, Swords and Secrets

Ninjas are the shadowy assassins of a legend that captivate the imagination. What better way to learn about them than to become one, at...

Samurai Museum Tokyo, Shinjuku

With a display of bright red armour guarding its entrance, there is no mistaking that you have arrived at the Samurai Museum Tokyo. Located a...