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Title: Top 8 Kids friendly tourist attractions in Singapore

Top 8 Kids friendly tourist Attractions in
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1.Have a fun day out At Universal
StudiosResorts World Sentosa
Universal Studios
  • If your kid fancies Hollywood, Universal Studios
    Singapore is a must-visit. This place has seven
    theme parks with numerous shows and rides, the
    style of all of which hails from super-hit
    Hollywood movies.
  • What can you and your kids get to do
  • Take rides such as Madagascar A Crate Adventure,
    Accelerator,  Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure,
    Battlestar Galactica, etc.
  • You can stroll down Hollywood Boulevard to click
    snaps with Marilyn Monroe or Charlie Chaplinjust
    enough to give a feel of being in the States.
  • Watch Elmo and friends perform at Sesame Street
    Spaghetti Space Chase.
  • Scale the walls of the Lost World at Amber Rock

2.Work Play At Kidzania Singapore 31 Beach
View, 01/02 Palawan Kidz City, Sentosa
Kidzania Singapore
  • Still on Sentosa, you can hop by Kidzania by the
    Sentosa Express to get to this wonderland for
    kids. Kids are almost guaranteed to love this.
    Note that one full day is needed, and you should
    avoid Saturday, Sundays as the queue at each
    station is CRAZY.
  • What can you and your kids get to do
  • Kids roleplay in over 60 activities.
  • Earn Kidzos dollars and shop with their
    hard-earned dollars at the end of the day.
  • Parents? Be a chaperone and take a lots of
    pictures for your ticket worth!

3.Have Breakfast with the Orang Utans _at_ The
Zoo!Wildlife Reserves Singapore, 80 Manda Lake
Rd i
Photo courtesy of Wildlife Reserves Singapore
4.Meet the Pandas Cruise down River
Safari!Wildlife Reserves Singapore, 80 Manda
Lake Rd
Photo courtesy of Wildlife Reserves Singapore
  • Singapore Zoo is one of the world class zoo you
    should not miss. It is one of the most
    well-designed zoo in the world where the
    boundaries are completely fenceless, thereby
    creating a completely natural ecosystem for
    animals. The zoo harbours more than two thousand
    animals, including mouse deer, flying foxes and
    lemurs. So, if you live in Singapore, or is
    visiting for the first time, you must not miss
    this for your kids sake.
  • What can you and your kids get to do
  • Start the day with breakfast with the Orangutans.
  • Visit the pandas at River Safari. 
  • Take an Amazon Ride in the River Safari
  • If you are still game, do not miss out the Night
    Safari and Rainforest Kidzworld.

5.Watch Light Show, Visit Cloud Forest
Flower DomE moreGardens By the Bay
  • Gardens by the Bay will always amaze you and your
    kids. The out-worldly structures sprawl across
    Marina Bay and light up when night falls. This
    horticulture destination has two areas, Bay East
    Garden and Bay South Garden with numerous must
  • What can you and your kids get to do
  • Check out the Far East Organisations Children
    Garden, which has spectacular water gardens and
    interactive playgrounds.
  • The worlds largest waterfall is also here in
    the Cloud Forest, which is a surreally misty
    setting. Have an educational tour around the
    Forest and Flower Dome for plants from all over
    the world.
  • Supertree Grove steals the limelight with its
    breathtaking variety and beauty that brings the
    natural and the concrete perfectly in one frame.
    Stay till the night for the beautiful night show
    at 7.45pm and 8.45pm daily.

6.Have a Cultural Day Out _at_ the Cultural
PrecinctsChinatown, Kampong Glam, Little India,
Joo Chiat
Photo courtesy of Singapore Science Centre
  • You step into this old Chinese settlement, and
    you will be amazed at how beautifully the markets
    are set. The charming facades of traditional
    shophouses will welcome you with their vibrant
    decorations that glitter in the sunshine. Its
    also one of the cleanest places in Singapore,
    although it preserves the hustle-bustle of a
    typical district.
  • What can you and your kids get to do
  • Tour around Chinatown for cheap souvenirs.
  • Visit the Chinatown Heritage Centre, which
    provides a glimpse into the history of
    Singapores Chinese migration. 
  • Visit the Tin Tin Shop along Pagoda Street and
    reminisce your childhood with your kids as you
    check out the Tin Tin toy collections.
  • Visit the 3 different places of worship along
    South Bridge Road for an immersive cultural

7.Have a day of Learning Fun _at_ SingaporE
Science Centre!15 Science Centre Road
Photo courtesy of Singapore Science Centre
  • Theres just so much fun things at the Singapore
    Science Centre! The Singapore Science Centre is
    designed to bring science alive for the school
    going kids. But beyond science, it is a host to
    interactive and fun exhibits that will not only
    entertain your school going children, but you
    adults too!
  • What can you and your kids get to do
  • Let your kids take part in engaging activities
    and workshops.
  • Have them latest exhibitions such as Climate
    Change Challenges, E-mmersive Experiential
    Environments, learn about earthquakes and
    tsunami, and many more!
  • Have a fun wet day at the Waterworks and learn
    about the importance of water!
  • Experience an immersive movie at the Omni Theatre
     Southeast Asias first 8K 3D Digital Dome
    Theatre (trust us, all Singaporean kids grew up
    with much fond memories of the Omni Theater!).

And if you are in Singapore this Festive
8.Visit Orchard Road Christmas Light UpOrchard
Road, Singapore
Photo courtesy of Facebook
  • The Christmas light up at Orchard Road is
    awe-inspiring and creates a setting thats
    nothing less than a wonderland. Irresistible
    festive buys, charming decorations and brilliant
    lights are a few things that get holidaymakers
    flocking to this place every year.
  • What can you and your kids get to do
  • Enchant yourself with the street décor.
  • Visit the pop-up stores from SK-II, Uniqlo, Oppo
    and OwnDays to shop for exciting Christmas gifts.
  • Attend the Christmas countdown party to see live
    performances by local dance groups and music
  • Pop by luxury and heritage stores at Paragon,
    Cineleisure Orchard and Tangs.
  • Visit the The Great Christmas Village and enjoy
    music, food and drinks at Ngee Ann City Civic

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