Hurray! The March holidays 2021 are here from 13 to 21 March. It is a welcomed one-week break where kids and families can spend time having fun together. However, one week is not a long time and so we’ve put together a list of the best things to do during the March holidays 2021 for kids and families.
From enjoying the beauty of nature to exploring unexplored spots, we’ve narrowed it down to our suggestions of the top, must-know family-friendly activities taking place around Singapore for the March school holiday period 2021.
Top Kid-friendly March Holiday 2021 Ideas & Activities
Sentosa Kids Play Free
We’ve all heard of “kids eat free” deals, how about a “Kids Play Free” promotion? This March school holidays, Sentosa is inviting children 12 years old and under to enjoy selected attractions for FREE with every paying adult.
This is a great opportunity to spend time with the kids on a Singapore cable car ride, take the plunge with indoor sky diving, check out the Marvel 4D cinema and more
at Madame Tussauds Singapore amongst a variety of many other experiences. Enjoy a mini family vacation this March holidays with the Kids Play Free at Sentosa promotion. Plus, island admission is free and you can enjoy $4 off your Grab ride to Sentosa with code ‘SentosaFun’ too!
Get more details on the Sentosa Kids Play Free promotion.
Esplanade Presents March On 2021 Children’s Festival
Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay has a new children’s festival, March On. From 10 to 14 March, experience the joys of music, theatre and dance through free and ticketed programmes specially curated for young audiences. Explore relevant issues for the young through multi-disciplinary programmes and participatory arts experiences.
A highlight of the inaugural festival is The Feelings Farm, an Esplanade production. This musical theatre presentation takes children on a magical adventure through changing emotional landscapes. Guided by the mysterious Cloud (played by Pam Oei), three children tumble through the Jungle of Joy, brave the Field of Fear, sail across the Swamp of Sadness, and explore other familiar feelings. The Feelings Farm uses music, movement, poetry and multimedia to help children understand emotions with compassion. Recommended for ages 5 and up.
Sakura Featuring Hello Kitty
Wish you could be travelling during the March holidays? Pay a visit to the Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay and you can imagine that you are in Japan – for a while at least. The cherry and plum blossoms are painting the Flower Field in shades of pastel. And this year, Hello Kitty will be making her first-ever appearance too with kawaii photo spots.
Dine with Molang at Kumoya Singapore
Hello Kitty is not the only cute character in town for the March school holidays 2021. If adorable character dining is your thing, head over to Kumoya Singapore for a sweet treat with Molang the white bunny and Piu Piu the little yellow chick.
STAR WARS Identities: The Exhibition
More than just an impressive exhibition of 200 iconic costumes, models and artworks from the legendary Star Wars series, STAR WARS Identities: The Exhibition at ArtScience Museum is also a chance to build your own Star Wars character. Using an RFID tag, make your way through 10 stations to construct your own unique personality within the galaxy far, far away.
Discover how family, experiences and mentors play a role in shaping our personalities. Find out more about the exhibition here.
Arts in Your Neighbourhood 2021, Pasir Ris Edition
Arts in Your Neighbourhood is back and, this time around, it is heading to the sunny suburb of Pasir Ris. Encounter art in unexpected places with installations around the neighbourhood, a pop-up pinhole photography experience and a behind-the-scenes look at the art of puppetry from 11 to 28 March 2021. There is even an online otter-themed quest too. Find out more details here.
Go Cycling to See Dinosaurs
If you wish to get in some exercise, one suggestion for the March school holidays 2021 is to head over to HUB & SPOKE at Changi Airport Terminal 2. You can rent a bike from the kiosk there and pedal along the Changi Airport Connector towards East Coast Park. Along the way, look out the dinosaurs near HUB & SPOKE or pay a visit to those at Changi Jurassic Mile. Klook has a special Changi Cycling Experience at HUB & SPOKE bundle that is available on weekdays only. It comes with bike rental, F&B voucher and shower pass with a Jurassic Mile activity booklet for kids. Check out the bundle here.
Fort Pasir Panjang Adventure Quest
Explore the ruins of a mysterious fort at Labrador Park. Embark on an Adventure Quest around Fort Pasir Panjang in search of six checkpoints and solve six clues to unlock a secret code. It is a fun, family-bonding way to explore a new place together.
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