TOP 8 Places to Have FUN with KIDS & FAMILIES in Singapore 2019

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How many hours per day do you spend talking to and interacting with your family? And how many hours per day do you spend on your phone? If your answer to the first question is less time than your second one, it’s time to change that. But don’t worry, we’re here to help! Take your family down to these TOP 8 places in Singapore where you can put your phones away and have the time of your lives!

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1. Gardens by the Bay

You’ve probably been to Gardens by the Bay before, but there’s always a reason to go back again. Right now, for example, you can visit the Bayfront Pop-up Market for free, which showcases a wide variety of unique wares, artisanal products and knick-knacks. As Singapore’s #1 attraction on TripAdvisor, Gardens by the Bay has reached more than 50 million visitors to date, and that number is only going to continue to grow. In fact, it’s one of the top 20 most checked-in places in the world on Facebook, attracting tourists from all around the world.

So what can you do with your kids and your family at Gardens by the Bay? Other than, of course, taking lots and lots of pictures in the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest. To truly put your phones away, bring your kids to Far East Organization Children’s Garden. Featuring interactive play delights, water play features and educational programmes, this play area is perfect for kids aged 1-12 years old. Remember to bring a swimsuit for your children! If they need an energy boost, head over to the Children’s Garden Cafe nearby to enjoy bento meals and light snacks for both you and your kids.

How to Get There


18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953


  • Alight at Bayfront MRT Station (CE1/DT16)
    • Take Exit B and follow the underground linkway
    • Exit and cross the Dragonfly Bridge or Meadow Bridge into Gardens by the Bay


  • Alight at Tanjong Pagar MRT Station (EW15)
    • Take Exit C and head towards bus stop no. 03223 located at International Plaza, Anson Road
    • Hop onto bus 400 and alight at bus stop no. 03371 along Marina Gardens Drive

For more information and cheap tickets to Gardens by the Bay, click HERE!

2. Forest Adventure

The best way to get your kids off their phones is to offer them something even more fun than what they can find on their phones, and Forest Adventure does exactly that. With three different courses depending on how adventurous you are feeling today, Forest Adventure promises you an unforgettable outdoor adventure packed with laughter, adrenaline-pumping action and personal achievements.

If you are taller than 1.45m, try the Grand Course. This course is 2.5hrs of exhilarating fun on the treetops, 44 adrenaline pumping obstacles including 3 giant zip lines. But if you’re not quite up for that yet, there’s always the Junior Course, which has 26 obstacles and includes one of the stunning zip lines over water to train you. So next time you come back, you’ll definitely be ready for the Grand Course. For the little ones aged 5-9 years old, the Kids Course includes 22 crossings and two awesome zip lines. And lastly, if you just love zip lines, the Big Zip is a 300m zip entirely over the water that you definitely will not forget!

How to Get There


Bedok Reservoir Carpark A (For parking)


Nearest MRT: Bedok Reservoir (DTL3)


Bus: 5, 18, 21, 22, 28, 59, 65, 67, 69, 168. Alight bus stop no 75349 “the Clearwater condo” if you are coming from Tampines Avenue 1 or bus stop no 75341 “opposite Clearwater condo” if you are coming from Bedok North Road.

For more information about Forest Adventure, click HERE!

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3. KidZania

Loved pretending to be a firefighter or a pilot as a kid? Well, now your kids will get to experience this even more realistically at KidZania! And the best part is, they’ll learn a whole lot about the real world too while having fun. Children between 3-17 years of age can independently explore the 81,000 square feet kid-sized City, complete with buildings, paved streets, vehicles and a functioning economy.

The first KidZania city in the world to be located on an island resort is designed to educate through experience, fostering the development of life skills, giving kids the confidence and inspiration to be great global citizens. Because of its location, KidZania Singapore’s activities are carefully crafted in close collaboration with real-world brands to ensure the realism and authenticity that is synonymous with the brand. You can be assured that your children will leave with a newfound sense of knowledge about their future!

How to Get There


Palawan Kidz City. 31 Beach View #01-01/02 Singapore 098008


Board bus 123 from either Bukit Merah Bus Interchange, Tiong Bahru Plaza, Orchard MRT Station, or Somerset MRT Station, and alight at Sentosa’s Beach Station


Board the Express at Sentosa Station at VivoCity Lobby L on Level 3. Alight at Beach Station


Alight at Harbourfront Station

For more information and cheap tickets for KidZania, click HERE!


AIRZONE is a playground like no other. With distinct themed zones containing unique games, AIRZONE is Singapore’s first ever suspended net playground. At first glance, you may wonder if this is safe for your kids, but fear not – it is 100% SAFE. AIRZONE complies to industry standards and amusement ride safety regulations for the design, operation and maintenance of all their activities.

What exactly can you do at AIRZONE then? Start by simply walking around on the nets. The sensation is described by many as “a combination of walking on the moon and on water” and “a strange mixture of sinking and bouncing”. Sounds intriguing, right? It gets even better. There’s also a 3D maze that you can explore or you can try climbing all the way to the 6th floor to be rewarded with a big slide! And don’t be afraid to fall – these nets are designed to catch falling gymnasts.

How to Get There


Level 2 (North Atrium) of City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Road Singapore 208539


Kitchener Road (Before Tai Hoe Hotel, 07231) 21, 125, 130 Serangoon Road (Outside Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple, 07211) 21, 23, 64, 65, 66, 67, 125, 130, 139, 141, 147, 857, NR6


Farrer Park MRT

For more information about AIRZONE, click HERE!

5. Adventure Cove

We’ve all been to Universal Studios Singapore countless of times, but did you know that Adventure Cove is equally as fun too? We complain about the heat all the time, so here’s the solution. Adventure Cove is where you and your family can take high-speed water slides, laze the day away drifting on a lazy river, snorkel with tropical fish over a colourful reef, wade among rays and even come face to face with sharks!

Try one of the six exhilarating waterslides, including Southeast Asia’s first ever hydro-magnetic coaster, the Riptide Rocket. For the thrill seekers, head to Splashworks, where you can walk the balance beam, cross the tight rope, climb the cargo net, and leap without fear off the platform cliff jump. Or simply relax in Bluwater Bay, a wave pool, or float along the Adventure River. Love interacting with marine life? You’ll find dozens of rays at Ray Bay and over 20,000 fish at Rainbow Reef.

How to Get There


Resorts World Sentosa
8 Sentosa Gateway
Sentosa Island
Singapore 098269


Option 1a: Take buses 65, 80, 93, 188, 855, 10, 30, 97, 100, 131, 143, 145 or 166 and alight at VivoCity. Board bus RWS8 from bus stop 14141 at VivoCity or bus stop 14121 at Merrill Lynch, HarbourFront. Alight at Resorts World Sentosa drop-off point.

Option 1b: Take bus 123, 188R, 963R, NR1 or NR6 and alight at Resorts World Sentosa bus stop 14519.

  • Enter via The Forum, turn right and walk to the end where McDonald’s is located.
  • Take the escalator up to level 1 and you will see The Maritime Experiential Museum straight ahead across a small bridge.
  • Follow the signages along the waterfront and you will arrive at Adventure Cove Waterpark.


  • Take North-East line or Circle line to HarbourFront station.
  • Take Exit E to VivoCity and proceed to level 3 to board the Sentosa Express. Alight 1 stop later at Resorts World Station.
  • Head towards the Merlion statuette. Walk straight past Candylicious store on the left.
  • Keep left and cross a small bridge to arrive at the Maritime Experiential Museum.
  • Follow the signages along the waterfront and you will arrive at Adventure Cove Waterpark.

For more information and cheap tickets to Adventure Cove, click HERE!

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6. Skyline Luge

Once is never enough. Want to enjoy the feeling of being in control but don’t know how to drive yet? Have no fear, the Skyline Luge is here! You’ll want to go up and down this attraction again and again the moment you try it. It’s hosted over 45 million riders worldwide since its invention over 33 years ago. A fun-filled activity suitable for all ages, the Luge involves a gravity-fuelled ride that provides riders full control over their descent on purpose-built tracks.

If you’ve taken the Luge before, you may be familiar with the challenging Dragon trail or the winding Jungle trail. But did you know there are two brand new Luge tracks? Kupu Kupu (638m) and Expedition (658m) twist and turn through the mystical forest. Enjoy 2.6 kilometres of fun with your loved ones and feel the cool wind in your hair as you zoom down the tracks. After the adrenaline rush from the Luge, hop onto the Skyride, where you can enjoy a scenic adventure on a 4-seater chairlift that gives you a bird’s eye view of the Singapore skyline and the South China Sea while engrossed in the natural habitat of Sentosa Island. It’s a different experience at night too!

How to Get There


45 Siloso Beach Walk
Sentosa, Singapore

To take the Luge down first then the Skyride back up,


Imbiah Lookout Bus Stop
Bus A – Westbound


Monorail Sentosa Express
Imbiah Station

To take the Skyride first then the Luge back down,


Bus Beach Station
Bus A – Westbound & Bus B – Eastbound


Monorail Sentosa Express
Beach Station

For more information and cheap tickets to Skyline Luge, click HERE!

7. Singapore Discovery Centre

Our tiny island actually has a lot of history, and it can all be explored at the Singapore Discovery Centre. But history isn’t the only thing you and your family can learn about here. As we look towards the future, there’s also plenty to uncover about the story that we ourselves are going to create in Singapore in the future. Featuring a wide range of exhibitions and attractions, there’s something for everyone at the Singapore Discovery Centre.

Check out the Gateway, where you can see an amazing transformation of Singapore’s past in just three videos! Or, if you prefer something a bit more interactive, play Portals, a computer game that showcases how Singapore deals with constraints and vulnerabilities. Curious about land planning strategies? At the Build-it! exhibit, find out about how we build up, build down, build sideways and many more! You can even catch some of the latest films at Singapore’s largest flat-screen theatre featuring 2D and 3D giant screen movies.

How to Get There


510 Upper Jurong Rd, Singapore 638365


10 mins walk from Joo Koon MRT Station


SBS Service 182 or 182M from Joo Koon Bus Interchange

For more information on Singapore Discovery Centre, click HERE!

8. Rainforest Lumina

After the immense success of the first season, Rainforest Lumina is back with an even better second season! So what exactly is this experience? It’s a multimedia night walk on the wild side. You will have the chance to explore a one-kilometre stretch of the tropical rainforest at night and be treated to a mesmerising audio-visual experience. Compared to the first season, this year’s Rainforest Lumina will be an upgraded multisensory experience thanks to new and enhanced zones.

Enter a lush and luminous world. Wander through the Rainforest-themed universe, bashing through vines and meandering along the path of Rainforest Luimina. Join the Heroes of the Rainforest for a fulfilling journey. When the animals go to sleep, the Creature Crew come to life to protect the forest. Don’t miss it! Call out to your animal friends by singing out loud, see them appear in front of you and watch the animated story played out by the protectors of the Rainforest!

How to Get There


80 Mandai Lake Road
Singapore 729826


Take the Mandai Khatib Shuttle from Khatib MRT Station

For more information and cheap tickets to Rainforest Lumina, click HERE!

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