Slosh it Up at SAFRA Mount Faber’s Super Soaker Weekend

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The family will love the splashy good fun of SAFRA Mount Faber’s Super Soaker Open House & Building Bonds with Art 2016. This double-bill event takes place over the weekend of 5 and 6 November 2016. It combines arty fun with adrenaline pumping fun – an awesome and novel way for families to spend time together.

SAFRA Mount Faber’s Super Soaker Weekend: Open House & Building Bonds with Art 2016

At the open house, there will be plenty of opportunities to get drenched with water-based games. But if you prefer to stay away from water, there are many “dry” activities for everyone, too.
Thinking of diving in to the fun at SAFRA Mount Faber’s Super Soaker Open House? Here are the top reasons why you should take a plunge and head down on in to the splash-tastic event.

Super Soaker Water Fun

Get ready to explore SAFRA Mount Faber through a series of splishy-splashy, water-based games and challenges. Suit up and ready to get drenched! It is all part of the fun that you can have as a family. Take on a water obstacle course that is not to be missed. All ages are welcome, but kids must be accompanied by adults and need to wear life jackets.


SAFRA Mount Faber's Super Soaker Open House

SAFRA Mount Faber's Super Soaker Open House

Say Hello to the Mermaid

Singapore’s first “live” mermaid, Syrena, will be at SAFRA Mount Faber from 3 pm to 6 pm. Since starting the mermaid movement in Singapore three years ago, Syrena has performed at countless events around Singapore. Now, you can watch her graceful moves as she glides through the water at SAFRA Mount Faber. Be sure to say a big hello to Syrena when you see her!

Singapore Mermaid
Photo Credits: @thesingaporemermaid

Unleash Artistic Creativity: Building Bonds with Art 2016

Let your child get their creative juices flowing at SAFRA Mount Faber’s art competition, Building Bonds with Art 2016. Taking place on 5 November 2016 from 9.30 am to 1.30 pm, the competition is sure to be a big draw for families (pun intended).
Your child can choose to take part in solo categories or make it a family effort with everyone participating together in the Family Category.
Art competition at SAFRA Mount Faber
The solo category is divided into Pre-school, Lower Primary and Upper Primary sub-categories.
Participants in the Pre-school and Family category will receive a colouring template. All registered participants will receive a goodie bag and box of Faber-Castell Connecting Pens. Registration details are here.
Among the prizes that participants can look forward to winning include include cash, SAFRA vouchers, and MyGym Singapore Trial Session vouchers.

Creative Activities and Performances

Just because it is called a Super Soaker Open House doesn’t mean you will be left out if you don’t want to get into your swim gear. You still super-soak in the fun at SAFRA Mount Faber’s Super Soaker Open House at the many “dry” activities for land-lubbers too.


There will be booths, games and performances for families to enjoy together at the event. These include:

  • Balloons sculpting

  • Sand art making

  • Terrarium making

  • Canvas painting

  • Faber Castell’s Connector Pens Exhibition

  • 3 Lane Bungee

  • Face glitter art

  • Music Performance by Our Music Studio

  • Magic show

  • Puppet show by MyGym Singapore

… and more!

What’s more, kiddies are sure to love the popcorn and candy floss stations at the Open House. Mommies and daddies can look forward to the freshly grilled skewers from the Satay “live” station too. Positively yummy!

Make a date for SAFRA Mount Faber’s Super Soaker Open House taking place on 5 & 6 November (Saturday & Sunday) from 9.30 am to 6 pm. Admission is free.

Registration is required and registration fees apply for the Building Bonds with Art 2016 competition.

Get more details here.

SAFRA Mount Faber’s Super Soaker Open House

Date: 5 & 6 November 2016 (Saturday & Sunday)
Time: 9.30 am – 6.00 pm
Free admission

This feature is brought to you by SAFRA Mount Faber.

E-von Yeung
E-von Yeung is a writer who loves discovering new places for her two-year-old Lil Pea to play and learn, or simply to enjoy family time together. These include everyday spots like supermarkets and parks, where fruits and veggies, trees and animals make for interesting conversations. She believes that early childhood education begins at home - and the great outdoors - with dad and mum.