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Playground Maker Designs World’s First Pole Vaulting Playground Equipment

For kids who enjoy seeking the adrenaline rush, there’s nothing quite like the feeling of soaring through the air. Many achieve this by going high on a swing, but company KOMAPAN takes this to...
Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 23 & 24 January 2021

Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 23 & 24 January 2021

From light projections to street light ups. This weekend is an explosion of colour. Here are some ideas of things to do this weekend in Singapore, 23 and 24 January 2021.What’s on This Weekend...

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...

Jurong Bird Park Has Opened Two Rethemed Aviaries Where You Can Feed Feathered Friends

Bird-feeding is one of the must-do experiences at Jurong Bird Park and there are now two rethemed aviaries at the Singapore attraction where visitors...

Wings of Asia Aviary Opens at Jurong Bird Park

A new aviary, Wings of Asia, containing some of Asia's rarest and most exotic birds was officially opened on 21 January 2015 at Jurong Bird...

Chocolate Factory Tours And Craftsmanship At Lemuel Bean To Bar Chocolate

Craft chocolates sometimes get labelled as overpriced chocolates, however, after a visit to Lemuel Bean to Bar Chocolate, we walked out with a whole...

Froggy Fun at Jurong Frog Farm

The boys and I headed to the Jurong Frog Farm with some friends at the start of the holidays. We were itching for some...

5 Tips For Visiting The Dinosaurs At Changi Jurassic Mile, Plus An Activity Sheet

Changi Jurassic Mile, the stretch of park connector with more than 20 dinosaur statues, has been attracting throngs of people. For those who are...

Winter Shooting Arena: Have A Paintball Battle At Snow City

Not content with aiding and abetting snowball fights, Snow City has introduced a new experience for those 14 years old and above – a...

Pedal Boat In Singapore: Sit Back And Enjoy The Water At The Water Sports Centre

Water sports normally conjure up images of bronzed bodies carving through the waves or chiselled surfer-types. However, there are more leisurely ways to venture...

16 Fun Things to Do at Night in Singapore for Kids

Just because the sun is going down doesn’t mean the end of the day. In fact, cool evenings are the ideal time in tropical...

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...

Visiting Pulau Ubin’s Chinese Kampong House 363B

Stepping onto Pulau Ubin is akin to stepping into a time travel machine and being instantly transported back to Singapore in the 1970s. But...

Civil Defence Heritage Gallery & SCDF Emergency Preparedness Centre: For Aspiring Fire Fighters & Emergency Responders

A visit to the Civil Defence Heritage Museum & SCDF Emergency Preparedness Centre offers plenty to learn about the SCDF and fire-fighting activities. Children...

Parks & Nature

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...

Mount Faber Park: 7 Things to Do There from Wishing Bells to a Mini Merlion

Mount Faber Park stands like a towering guardian watching over Sentosa and Keppel Harbour below. It is a popular spot for tourists, with busloads...

3 Levels Of MacRitchie Trails & Walks: From Easy To Difficult

Mention the word "MacRitchie" and nature and the outdoors immediately comes to mind. There are plenty of MacRitchie trails or walks where you enjoy...

Sembawang Park and Playground: Fun Ahoy!

Fun playground. Inviting barbeque pits. Clean, sandy beach. Where in Singapore could this be?Located in the north of Singapore, where the road meets the...

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...

Sun Plaza Park: Sense Discovery Garden And Woodball Course In Tampines

Sun Plaza Park in Tampines can be found at Tampines Avenue 7 and 9. This neighbourhood park, not far from Tampines Eco Green, offers...

9 Gardens At Fort Canning Park: Take A Walk Through The Hill’s Historic Past

Nine new gardens have opened at historic Fort Canning Park, reflecting the hill’s rich heritage which stretches back as far as the 14th century....

5 Essential Things To Know About Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

Every day, many people make their way to Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. It is a popular nature spot with those looking for a challenge...

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...

12 Hidden Spots within Singapore Botanic Gardens that You May Not Have Known About

Singapore Botanic Gardens has been beloved by generations. It is no wonder that so many of us were ecstatic when the 156-year-old botanical site...

Kusu Island: 8 Things To See And Do On The Tortoise Island

Part of the Southern Islands off mainland Singapore, Kusu Island is a place of myth and legend. Many wonder what there is to do...

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

Labrador Nature Reserve: One Park, Two Worlds

Once a haven for pirates, Labrador Nature Reserve, or Labrador Park as it is commonly known, has played many roles in the past. It...

Jurong West Street 73 Playground: The Mothership & Spinning Saucer

At the Jurong West Street 73 Playground, a large blue climbing structure and a smaller green one await kids who are looking for a...

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...

Tampines Greenview Playground: Mini Towers And Zipline For Kids

If you think that adventure theme parks are the only place to have exciting play equipment such as nets and fly foxes, think again....

Forfar Heights Playground: Netted Play Spot In The Corner

At the corner of the Alexandra Road and Commonwealth Avenue stands the turquoise-coloured Forfar Heights Playground, one of several playgrounds at the housing estate.Former...

Little Day Out’s Mega List of 30+ Annual Memberships For Families

"Member?" You might want to think about signing up memberships not just at the supermarkets but at your favourite attractions and playgrounds!Parents who love...

Pretend-play Indoor Playgrounds in Singapore

Role-playing teaches kids how the world works. Pretend play expands the imagination. And when kids take on roles and play together, they get to...

Tampines GreenEdge Playground: Meteorite Playspace & Wave Mural Wall

It looks like a meteorite has landed at Tampines GreenEdge Playground. The grey, angular play structure is one of three play spaces at the...

10 Of The Best Indoor Playgrounds For Pretend-Play

Pretend-play is one of the most natural activities children engage in, and is an important way for them to learn about the world. Through...

Vista Park: Playground In The Cards

A few weeks back, we featured the Wonderland playground at Dawson Vista. However, before that Alice in Wonderland-themed playground, there was another - Vista...

15 of the Best Outdoor Activities for Kids: Fun in the Sun Around Singapore

Observation, awareness and an active lifestyle - these are some of the benefits of outdoor activities for kids. Engaging in outdoor activities provides a...

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,...

Around the World

Universal Studios Japan, Osaka: Rides And Experiences That’ll Keep You Raving About Your Visit

If you are visiting Osaka, Japan, there is a high probability that Universal Studios Japan is on your itinerary, and understandably so. This massive...

VR Zone Osaka: Heart-Stopping Fun At Osaka’s VR Entertainment Facility

Conveniently located on the eighth floor of the HEP Five mall, VR Zone Osaka is just a five-minute walk from Umeda Station in Osaka,...

Visiting Bali With Kids: Family Fun In Bali With Off The Beaten Path Options

Bali was one of the destinations we visited as a couple without kids in tow. However, visiting Bali with kids also makes for a...

Interview With Lee Jee Eun, General Manager of the Korea Tourism Organization (Singapore)

In Little Day Out’s Countries of the World series, we ask expatriates living in Singapore to tell us more about their home countries, their...

National Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo: Natural History Of Japan & The World

Located at Tokyo’s Ueno Park, the National Museum of Nature and Science has a massive collection spread over two buildings. The museum focuses primarily...

Best of Melbourne with Kids: Things To Do When Visiting On Holiday

The most liveable city in the world is a welcome place for families with young kids. In fact, Melbourne topped the world ranking of...

Holiday with Seoul: Things to Do with Kids in South Korea

Korean movies, K-pop and Kimchi are the three Ks South Korea’s Seoul is most famously known for. Yet, two Seoul searching trips later, the...

TeNQ Space Museum, Tokyo: See The Universe From Different Angles

Explore the realm of the universe at the TeNQ Space Museum in Tokyo, Japan. Located at the Tokyo Dome City, the museum takes visitors...

Odaiba Venus Fort: Shopping In A Medieval Town Under A Changing Sky

Venus Fort is a shopping mall in Odaiba, Tokyo that will make you feel as if you have been transported to a medieval European...

Shinagawa Aquarium: Peer Into The Seas And Stare Down A Goblin Shark

The Shinagawa Aquarium is an aquarium in Shinagawa, one of Tokyo’s 23 wards. It opened in 1991 and is located at the edge of a...

Hong Kong Zoological And Botanical Gardens: A Walk In The Park (With Animals!)

Mummies and Daddies know that when planning holidays involving toddlers, itineraries are often filled with visits to theme parks and playgrounds, with little pockets...

Kyoto Imperial Palace: Visiting Where Japan’s Emperors Once Lived

Take a walk along pathways and amongst buildings once off-limits to commoners at the Kyoto Imperial Palace and get a peek into how the...