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42 Fun Things to Do During the March & Easter Holidays

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Looking for fun things to do with the kids during the upcoming March and Easter school holidays? We’ve got lots of ideas from free events to fun activities

It’s the March school holidays for local schools from 9 to 17 March 2024 followed closely by the Easter school holidays for International schools. What have you planned for your kids to do? Don’t panic, we are here to help with a heap of fun kids’ activities to check out! And as we know many of you are still hunting for educational things to do – here’s a quick link (with promos for our readers!) to get booking March holiday camps for sports, drama and art, coding and more!

Read more: Singapore Botanic Gardens: What to See, Do & Where to Eat

Things to do with kids during the March and Easter holidays in Singapore

1.  Attend the Singapore Aviation Academy Open House (Free!)

Singapore Aviation Academy Open House
Image credit: Singapore Aviation Academy

The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has exciting plans to enhance the Singapore Aviation Academy (SAA) to train the next generation of aviation professionals and will be closing their doors to reopen in 2026. But before that, they’re inviting you all to get a glimpse into the exciting world of airport fire-fighters and air traffic controller training. Kids can sign up for free Guided Experiences, which include the chance to interact with airport fire-fighters and participate in hands-on activities such as target shooting, breathing apparatus simulators and fire vehicle static display, as well as an exclusive opportunity to step into the Air Traffic Control 360° Aerodrome simulator for views from the ‘control tower’. Kids can also enjoy interactive activities at the children’s activity corner, learn about their training, how to embark on an aviation career, as well as discover the rich history of SAA as a pioneer in aviation training.

When: 7-9 March 2024, 9am – 5pm
Where: Singapore Aviation Academy, 1 Aviation Drive, Singapore 499867
How much: Free! Limited slots available for the guided experiences; walk-ins subject to availability. Pre-register here.

2. Splashtopia at Sentosa Palawan Green

Get excited ‘cos there’s another new inflatable park pop-up space in town and this time it involves water play! Splashtopia @ Sentosa Palawan Green is a collab between Sentosa and Kiztopia. Designed for children of all ages, this exclusive March holiday event will feature inflatable bouncy castles, slides, and obstacle courses in a water wonderland.

Where: Palawan Green, Sentosa
When: 8 – 31 Mar 2024; Mon – Thurs: 2pm to 7pm; Fri – Sun, PH & School Holidays: 9.30am to 8pm
How much: various ticket bundles. Get your tickets here!

3. Parent & Kid’s Sailing Workshop (Free!)

DBS Sailing Workshop with Sassy Mama

Sassy Mama is thrilled to be bringing a free 3-hour Parent & Kid’s Sailing Workshop by DBS exclusively to our Sassy Mama readers. This workshop involves some theory and hands-on activities as well as a physical sailing experience! You and your child will get to learn basic sailing techniques and then embark on a memorable sail on the waters through Marina Bay on board DBS sailboats.

When: Saturday 16 March, 2pm – 5pm
Where: DBS Auditorium, Level 3, 12 Marina Boulevard, Tower 3, Marina Bay Financial Centre, and Outdoor Sailing Boat
How much: Free for Sassy Mama readers. Pre-register here.

4. Take the kids go-kart racing!

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Image: Hyperdrive The Palawan

Get behind the wheel and experience go-karting! There are a number of places to go kart in Singapore with outdoor circuits, as well as the new indoor electric go-karting Hyperdrive in Sentosa, which is three levels of air-con go-karting fun! This indoor go karting is a real hit, especially with older kids (you can go mighty fast and there are VR options too). Height requirements apply. Check out all the info on go-karting in Singapore here!

5. Kids’ workshops and artworks to explore

Last Chance to Visit Gallery Children’s Biennale at National Gallery Singapore!
Image credit: National Gallery Singapore

When was the last time you took the kids to the National Gallery Singapore? Don’t miss the immersive artworks at the Gallery Children’s Biennale. The exhibition themed Let’s Make a Better Place’ comes to an end on 31 March 2024, so hurry and visit now – it’s free for all and makes for a fun family day out! Check out the 11 artworks plus register early for new March workshops and performances especially for kiddos. There’s a $10 Workshop: Weave with Izziyana for kids (9 March 2024, 10am – 12:30pm); a free Performance: Rhodo! A Series of Interactive Encounters for all ages (9 March 2024, 2pm –5pm) and a sound exploratory session Soundmakers by LittleCr3atures for little ones (16 March 2024, 2pm – 4:30pm).

Where: Gallery Childrne’s Biennale, National Gallery Singapore
When: until 31 March 2024
How much: Free for exhibition (some workshops ticketed).

6. Visit KidzWorld & pet animals at the Singapore Zoo

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Image Credit: Cherilyn Gan

The Singapore Zoo never disappoints (we go multiple times a year and love feeding the animals – especially the elephants and giraffes!). There’s a new KidzWorld at Singapore Zoo that kids will enjoy after looking around all the animal exhibits. This kids’ area boasts seven interactive indoor and outdoor zones, as well as a Canine Clubhouse and 250 animal residents, including interaction opportunities with the friendly cats, chickens, rabbits, and horses. Look out for the Ranger Buddies Quest (open on weekends and during school holidays), an immersive experience that allows little ones to step into the shoes of a keeper, nutritionist, and veterinarian. The water play area has had a revamp too. While sadly the water slides are no longer available, kids can beat the heat at the water fountains maze! Read more about the Singapore Zoo here.

KidzWorld within Singapore Zoo
How much: from $33. Get your tickets to the Singapore Zoo here!

7. Happy Meal Readers Storytelling at McDonald’s (Free!)

Guest Experience Leader and Family Ambassador engaging children with art and craft at a McDonald's storytelling session

McDonald’s has launched free storytelling sessions at 23 McDonald’s restaurants during the March school holidays from 9 to 17 March. These fun storytelling sessions are all about instilling a passion for books and reading in our little ones. The theme empowers kids to dream big so they think ‘I can…!’ Kids are invited to blast off on a space adventure with the Happy Meal Readers book ‘I Can Be an Astronaut’.  There will be one hour of storytelling, kids’ activities and photo-taking.

Where: 23 McDonald’s restaurants across Singapore 
When: 9 – 17 March 2024, various timings
How much: Free! Limited slots available so hurry and register now

8. Family Playcation Adventure at Shangri-La Singapore

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Image: Shangri-La Singapore

With the March and Easter holidays around the corner, why not take the opportunity to spend some bonding time with the family outside of your usual routine and surroundings? One of our fave kid-friendly hotels, Shangri-La Singapore has a Fun Family Playcation package that comes with daily breakfast for two adults and two kids below 12 years old at The Line, $100 nett dining credits, available for use at any of the hotel’s 11 dining concepts, and a daily 3-hour play time at indoor playground extraordinaire, buds by Shangri-La and Splash, plus a chance to enjoy the outdoor water playground with water jets and pirate ship. Fab features of this hotel include a swimming pool, suites with bunkbeds in different themes, plus kids’ welcome amenities comprising a sustainable tote bag with arts and crafts activities and colouring materials. To amp up the fun, you can also book the kids into Bake for Fun cooking workshops (from $48 nett).

How much:
From USD 360 per night. Book here or via the mobile app as a Shangri-La Circle member to earn and redeem Points and enjoy extra member privileges. Join now.
Where: buds by Shangri-La, 22 Orange Grove Road, Tower Wing Level 1, Singapore 258350. Tel: (+65) 6737 3644

9. Challenge the kids at Forest Adventure obstacle course

Holiday fun: Challenge the fam to the Forest Adventure obstacle course

Have you ever been to Forest Adventure? We reckon this tree-top obstacle course is a great idea for some family bonding time with kids of all ages – littlies and teens included! There are different age-appropriate ropes courses – you’ve got the Kids Course for littlies aged 5 to 9 (min. height 1.1m), the Junior Course for those looking for a bit more of a challenge (min. height 1.35m), and the Grand Course! We also love Forest Adventure’s beautiful outdoor location in serene Bedok Reservoir Park, right next to the water, which you’ll fly over with the 300m zipline as part of the Junior Course green rope course – a huge highlight!

Where: Forest Adventure, Bedok Reservoir Park, Singapore 479244
How much: from $40.90

10. Go rock climbing!

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Need some rainy day activities for kids? We love rock climbing – it’s great physical exercise for kids, helps teach problem-solving to figure out strategies to scale the different walls, and it’s just fun! Outpost Climbing (formerly known as T-Hall) at Crawford Lane has to be one of our all-time favourite rock climbing spots in Singapore. There is a fun themed rock climbing space for kids, where they can climb independently once they learn how to use the auto belay equipment (this is taught in the safety briefing). Kids as young as 4yrs can rock climb here (there’s a minimum weight of 15kg).
Read all about rock climbing in Singapore here.

Where: Outpost Climbing (formerly T-Hall), 464 Crawford Lane, Singapore 190464
How much: from $28. Click here for tickets.

11. Check out a kids’ theatre show

kids theatre singapore 2024

There’s so much on for kiddos at the theatres during February, March and April! From KidsFest’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar to interactive kids shows at Esplanade like The Dog Who Wasn’t Useful (in Mandarin) and Fatimah and Her Magic Socks, plus hits like Disney on Ice and Andy Griffith’s 78-Storey Treehouse! Read all about the upcoming kids’ theatre shows here.

12. Check out Fort Siloso (FREE!)

Fancy stepping back in time and exploring Fort Siloso, Singapore’s only well-preserved coastal fort? Start off at the Fort Siloso Sky Walk (take the lift to the top or climb the steps if you fancy a major workout!) The Fort Siloso Sky Walk offers a stunning observation deck and bridge to get a panoramic and picturesque view of Sentosa and its greenery. Once you cross the bridge, you’ll get to Fort Siloso, which once served as part of the country’s defences. The on-site military museum contains a treasure trove of WWII memorabilia, including coastal guns, the remains of fortified military structures and tunnels, as well as an interactive video documentary, complete with wax figures of Japanese & British soldiers at the Surrender Chambers.

When: Fort Siloso & Surrender Chambers: 9am – 6pm | Exhibits open at 10am
Where: Siloso Point
How much: FREE!

Read more: Ultimate Guide to Sentosa for Kids

13. Visit LEGOLAND Malaysia

Image credit: Klook

The March holidays are the perfect time to hop across the border and visit Legoland Malaysia— a multicoloured lego-inspired theme park with rides and attractions, as well as a separate water park. There are more attractions and rides appropriate for younger kids at Legoland Malaysia compared to Universal Studios Singapore, which is fab for older kids. Plus, if you’re staying at LEGOLAND Hotel, know that they have new LEGO® Friends-Themed Rooms with bunk beds for kids and a master bedroom for parents themed along LEGO Friends from Heartlake City that celebrate differences and acceptances.

Where: Legoland Malaysia, 7, Jalan Legoland, Bandar Medini Iskandar Malaysia, 79250 Iskandar Puteri, Johor
How much. Ticket info here.

14. Take the kids to River Wonders

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Image Credit: Mandai River Wonders

We are big fans of taking the kids to Singapore’s wildlife parks, and River Wonders is a fave, thanks to the Amazon River Quest boat ride and animal shows (we love the capybara!). Sadly, panda Le Le has gone back to China, but you can still see 11,000 land and aquatic animals from 260 different species under one roof. Here’s everything you need to know to make the most of your visit to River Wonders Singapore.

Where: River Wonders, 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826
How much: from $33 Don’t miss the second River Woinders ticket at the promotional price of just $10.

15. Esplanade March On: Activities and shows for kids

Image: March On Festival

Esplanade’s annual March On children’s festival is back! Offering multi-disciplinary programmes such as theatre experiences, musical performances and parent-child workshops. Look out for The Plants, an interactive installation featuring experimental musical instruments (free to experience), HOME a storytelling and theatrical performance for little ones, Aki’s Playground, a multi-sensory experience for kids, and more! Check out the full lineup of events here.

When: 6 – 17 March 2024
Where: Esplanade
How much: FREE and ticketed events.

16. Burn off energy at indoor playspace SuperPark

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Indoor playground SuperPark is always great for kids all ages, so it’s the perfect spot for siblings over the school holidays! Superpark consists of two levels of unlimited activities, including a popular Pedal Car Track (with pedal bikes for older kids and smaller tricycles for the young ones), a tube slide that zooms down a hill, a flying fox, trampolines, archery, plus ball games, Skate & Scoot, Augmented Climbing, SuperClimb and more!

When: Ongoing
Where: SuperPark Singapore,3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City, #02-477, Singapore
How much: from $23.90 for children under 100cm, $28.90 for students, $33.90 for adults

          Read more: Best indoor playgrounds in Singapore

17. Visit the Science Centre for educational fun!

march holidays science centre singapore
Image Credit: Science Centre Singapore

Science Centre Singapore is one of our favourite places to head for an entire morning or afternoon. With plenty of hands-on learning from playful exhibits at KidsSTOP to real butterflies, there’s plenty to keep your kiddos occupied. Check out our top 10 tips for families heading to the Science Centre.

When: Ongoing; 10am – 6pm, last entry at 5:15pm (Monday – Friday)
Where: Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081
How much: from $12. Click here to book tickets.

18. Birdwatch at Bird Paradise

Bird Paradise: Jurong Bird Park singapore Highlights, Ticket Promotions & Playgrounds
Image credit: Beate Baldry

The March holidays are a great time to visit Bird Paradise if you haven’t been. A highlight is the eight walk-through aviaries with different habitats of the world and several free-roaming bird species. Stroll through the dense African rainforests and South American wetlands to Southeast Asian paddy fields, Australian dry eucalyptus forests, and more. The stunning massive waterfall within Hong Leong Foundation Crimson Wetlands aviary is a fave! Kids will love the various playgrounds, wet play area and the chance to feed the birds at the Lory Loft aviary. For bird show timings at Bird Paradise Singapore click here.

When: 9am – 6pm (last entry at 5pm).
Where: Bird Paradise, 20 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729825
How much: From $48. Click here for more info.

19. Visit a train playground (FREE!)

 Tiong bahru playground one of our favourite kids activities in singapore
Image; Tiong Bahru playground

Looking to get the kids outside to run, play, climb, slide and burn off some energy? We count down the best outdoor playgrounds in Singapore (all FREE) and share their top features from slides to swings, train-themes (like that pictured at Tiong Bahru) and zip lines! And while you’re at it, don’t forget to check out 26 super fun slides at Admiralty Park Playground.

Where: various parks in Singapore
How much: Free!

20. Need for speed? Try the Skyline Luge

March Holidays Go Kart Singapore Skyline Luge Sentosa
Image Credit: Skyline Luge via Facebook

How do you get that holiday feeling whilst in Singapore? Head over to Sentosa for a day at the beach or beach club, then take the kids to the Skyline Luge for some speedy thrills! There are four thrilling Luge tracks, each trail with specially designed features that include hairpin corners and exhilarating tunnels that will have kids grinning from ear to ear. Check out the minimum age and height requirements here.

Where: Skyline Luge, 45 Siloso Beach Walk Sentosa, Singapore
How much: various packages. Click here for more info.

Read more: Ultimate Guide to Sentosa for Kids

21. Check out Dinoland at SAFRA Yishun

March Holidays Dinoland at SAFRA Yishun
Image Credit: Dinoland via Facebook

Dinosaur lovers, there’s lots of dino-fun to enjoy during the March school holidays! Dinoland is a dinosaur-themed indoor playground that offers kids the largest display of life-sized animatronics dinosaurs in an indoor air-con forest trail. Kids can dress up as a ranger and look forward to hands-on activities like fossil digging and climbing through an underground cave. There are over 20 dinosaurs to learn about, and these dinos have a super realistic loud roar. So, be sure to warn your kiddos in advance!

Ongoing; 10am – 8pm (Monday – Sunday) 
: SAFRA Yishun, 60 Yishun Avenue 4, #02-01, Singapore 769027
How much: $35 per ticket. Click here to purchase tickets.

22. Visit an animal farm

things to do go to the Singapore Zoo
Image credit: Photos shot on iPhone 11 Pro by @fazgaffa

We love taking the kiddos to see the friendly goats at the only goat farm in Singapore, Hay Dairies Goat Farm! Visitors can see how the animal farm operates and take a tour around the premises. Try to visit between the hours of 9am to 10:30am so that the kids have an opportunity to view the goat milking session at the milking parlour. Buy some alfalfa hay to feed the goats and pet them. To top it off, you can buy fresh goat milk to take home (available in two flavours, original and chocolate), or sign up for home delivery.

When: Call ahead to see when they are open during the school hols.  
: Hay Dairies Goat Farm, 250 Neo Tiew Cres, Singapore 719866
How much: FREE! (closed on Tuesdays).

Read More: Animal petting farms in SG

23. Book a March school holiday camp!

school camps

If you are working and need the kids busy (whilst having fun and learning), why not book them into a March School Holiday Camp? There’s a camp for every interest from multi-sports, to coding, art camps and more!

Read more: Best Kid-Friendly Restaurants

24. Visit the Children’s Museum Singapore

march holidays children's museum marketplace
Image Credit: Children’s Museum Singapore

Children’s Museum Singapore is the first museum dedicated to children 12 years and below. With interactive learning experiences, a garden maze and free-to-explore play pod for toddlers, there’s plenty to do for your little ones. This is a safe space for kids to run around and interact with multi-sensory educational toys to teach them about Singapore’s history. Learn more about it here.

When: Ongoing; Tuesday – Sunday (closed on Monday), 9am – 1pm & 2pm – 6pm (last admissions at 12:30pm & 5:30pm)
Where: Children’s Museum Singapore, 23-B Coleman Street, Singapore 179807
How much: FREE (for all SG Citizens/PR; chargeable for Tourists and Foreigner Residents.) Book tickets ahead here!

25. Go Wakeboarding or Wake Surfing

wakeboarding is a cool kids activity in singapore
Image: Singapore Wake Park

Sporty kids as young as six and teens alike will love Singapore’s first and only cable-ski Singapore Wake Park. Get pulled along East Coast lagoon by suspended motorised cables – instructors are on hand to help. Or why not try wake surfing instead? Here your feet are not attached to the board (some say less chance of injury this way!) – we tried it and can vouch for it’s fun! Read our guide to all the places to learn to wakeboard or wake surf in Singapore here.

26. Pretend you’re on holiday at the beach  (FREE!)

Kids activities in Singapore for small kids and teens - visit the beach
Image via John on Flickr

The March school holidays are the perfect time to take the kids to the beach, where they can cool off in the sea and build sandcastles in the sand. Find a beach near you with our list of all the best beaches in Singapore. Pack a mat and a picnic, or if you want shade, choose between the various beach clubs – Coastes is a fave as kids can play in the sand and sea, and Ola Beach Club is great for older kids, thanks to all the water sports. Tanjong Beach Club has volleyball and a pool, so it makes for a fun family day out.

Where: various beaches in Singapore
How much: FREE!

27. Enrol kids in a workshop

the artground indoor playground

The Artground is a not-for-profit, accessible art centre and indoor play space for children 7 and under. Besides the free indoor play space, The Artground offers a variety of affordable immersive theatre shows and programmes during the March school holidays. Book your spot ahead!

When: Ongoing (various timings)
Where: The Artground, 90 Goodman Road, #01-40, Block J, Singapore 439053
How much: Ticketed programmes start from $16.

28. Visit the bouncy castles at Bouncetopia

Bouncetopia at Vivocity March Holidays
Image Credit: Kidztopia via Facebook

Kiddos who enjoy bouncy castles will LOVE this one! Bouncetopia has a spacious 6,400 square feet area that includes 6 unique play concepts with 3 giant castle-themed bouncy castles, a giant ball pit, the all-time-favourite sand pit and even a creative art and craft zone. You and your little ones can spend hours here and enjoy some quality bonding (and bouncing!) time.

When: ongoing; 10am – 8pm (Thursday – Sunday & PH), 10am – 9pm (Fri, Saturday & PH eve) 
: VivoCity, 1 HarbourFront Walk, #03-02, Singapore 098585
How much: $18.80/per pax. Click here to get your tickets

29. Go bowling

bowling singapore sonic bowl
Image Credit: Sonic Bowl

Go bowling at these kid-friendly bowling alleys! It’s a fun activity for the whole family. Older kids will love the independence of having their own bowling lane, but it’s also a fun activity for little ones as young as age 3, thanks to these bowling alleys with side bumpers for kids, ramps as well as children’s bowling shoes!

Where: find a bowling alley near you here
How much: from $3 per game

30. Have a bounce-off at Amped

best deals and promos singapore 2023 - AMPED
Image Credit: AMPED

Bounce off some energy at a trampoline spot. One of our fave trampoline parks, AMPED offers gymnastics classes, trampoline classes or just free play bouncing fun!

Where: AMPED, 10 Raeburn Park, Block C, Level 2 #02-33, Singapore 088702
How much: from $19 per session. Click here to get your tickets.

31. Kayak with the kids

kayaking in singapore with kids

Take the kids kayaking, and enjoy the great outdoors! It’s such a fun bonding activity to do with your kids. Most kayaking places in Singapore do not require prior experience. The minimum age for kayaking is usually 7 years old. Here’s the lowdown on kayaking in Singapore with kids.

Where: various kayak spots in SG
How much:  Click here for more info.

32. Get inspired to read at the library (FREE!)

best public libraries for kids singapore - central public library
Image Credit: Beate Baldry

If your child isn’t super into books, you could take them to explore the many amazing libraries in town and spark that interest! Punggol Regional Library has multiple floors dedicated to kids (puppets, activity stations, toys and books galore!), while the new Central Public Library has reopened after a revamp. There’s a new Children’s Biodiversity Library by S.E.A. Aquarium, which features biodiversity-themed learning spaces, including a Sea Jelly Zone with a video projection of sea jellies, an Intertidal Zone, and a huge floor-to-ceiling column with coral-like features!

Where: find a library near you here
How much: FREE

33. Take a hike in nature

parks in singapore bukit batok nature park

There are so many kid-friendly hiking trails with different difficulty levels. Go on a kid-friendly hike at these parks (just dress the kids in comfy shoes, hats and mossie spray!). For our family guide to the Green Corridor read this.

Where: various hiking trails around SG
How much: FREE

34. Rain day idea: Visit an indoor playground

indoor playgrounds singapore

Take the kiddos to one of these 40+ indoor playgrounds in Singapore when it’s too hot or rainy outside! There’s something for tiny tots all the way up to older kids and even teens! Many of these indoor playgrounds have jungle gyms, interactive play spaces, and soft play areas plus for the bigger kids there are obstacle courses, climbing walls, and massive slides!

35. See the Garden Rhapsody light & sound show (FREE!)

gardens by the bay supertree grove garden rhapsody
Image credit: Gardens by the Bay

Checking out the Garden Rhapsody light and sound show at the Supertree Grove is truly magical – kids love to be out in the lush gardens at night. Each show is 15 minutes long, and you’ll be treated to stunning light displays. The theme during the March and Easter school holidays is Opera in the Gardens (1 – 31 Mar 2024) and Garden Waltz (1 – 30 Apr 2024). Read our guide to Gardens by the Bay for a full afternoon out!

When: Daily, 7:45pm & 8:45pm
Where: Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay
How much: FREE!

36. Visit the Aviation-themed playground Kiztopia Jewel

Kiztopia Jewel: Aviation-themed indoor playground

Kiztopia has a new aviation-themed play space within Toys”R”Us in Jewel Changi Airport. Look forward to airplane-themed obstacle courses, a thrilling funnel slide leading into an ocean ball pit, a giant plane structure, and more.

Where: Kiztopia, Toys”R”Us @ Jewel, 78 Airport Blvd., B1-210 Singapore Changi Airport, 819666
How much: from $22.80

37. Check out Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest

Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience Comes to Sentosa!
Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience

If you have Harry Potter fans, you’re going to want to take them to the Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience in Sentosa! This experience celebrates some of the most iconic forest scenes from the Harry Potter™ and Fantastic Beasts™ series. Mesmerising lights will transform the Coastal Trail on Sentosa Island into a magical outdoor trail with magical creatures including a Hippogriff, Nifflers, and more. Strike your best stance for a wand duel photo before trying your hand at casting a Patronus to illuminate the dark woods. Get your hands on the wizarding world beverage, Butterbeer™, and explore exclusive merchandise from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts movies at the gift shop.

3 February – March 2024
Where: Coastal Trail, Sentosa
How much: Ticket prices from $47 for adults and $38 for kids inclusive of booking fees (pricing differs for different dates).

38. Splash at a water park (FREE!)

Image credit: Michell Tam – Gardens by the Bay water play

Is there a better way for the kiddos to beat Singapore’s relentless heat than cooling off in the water?! There are so many great water play options for kids to splash around in. These water parks are all about high-energy fun (many aren’t deep enough to swim in – for that head to our article on swimming pools). Some have water slides, fountains, lazy rivers, wave pools and more, and many of these are free! Here is our comprehensive list of water parks in Singapore.

Where: multiple water parks in Singapore
How much: Most are FREE!

39. Go wild at Admiralty Park Playground (FREE!)

Kids activities in Singapore for small kids and teens - visit Admiralty playground
Image: Beate Baldry

Nothing beats letting the kids play outdoors away from screen time! Head to Admiralty Park and have a go on all 26 different slides. Go early, as it gets hot and busy! This free playground is perfect for kids of all ages (we spotted teens having loads of fun here too). Plus entry is free!

Where: Admiralty Park Playground, 6A Admiralty Rd, Woodlands, Singapore 732006,
How much: FREE!

40. Singapore Sports Hub’s Library Festival & Carnival

march holiday activities singapore sports hub
Image Credit: Singapore Sports Hub

Singapore Sports Hub is transforming The Library and carpark into an exciting festival of free activities including a dance battle on an LED floor, an opportunity to write sweet love letters and create friendship bracelets. Look out for The Carnival in Carpark 4 (near Stadium MRT Exit B) for a gastronomic feast with food trucks and live entertainment acts by local artistes. At the Stadium Riverside Walk, you’ll find even more activity booths such as Jagua Ink Tattoos, Face Painting, Hair Braiding and more. Kids will love the roving acts by Fire Twirlers and LED stilt walkers. Plus, don’t forget to snap a pic with the giant guitar backdrop for a fun family pic!

Activities at The Library (FREE)
When: 2 –4 March, 7 – 9 March 2024, 2pm – 6pm (for all ages), 8pm – 2am (18 years & above); 10 March 2024, 2pm – 6pm
Where: The Library, Singapore Sports Hub, 4 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397697

The Carnival
When: 2 – 4, 7 – 9 March 2024, 2:30pm – 12am (Food trucks)
Where: Carpark 4 near Stadium MRT Exit B
How much: Varies for each food truck!

Activities at the Stadium Riverside Walk (FREE)
When: 2 –4 March, 7 – 9 March 2024, 2pm – 6pm (for all ages)
Where: Stadium Riverside Walk

41. Check out Pinkfong & Baby Shark’s Playhouse

Pinkfong & Baby Shark's Playhouse at Marina Square
Pinkfong & Baby Shark’s Playhouse at Marina Square

Fans of Pinkfong and Baby Shark can make a beeline for the new pop-up Pinkfong & Baby Shark’s Playhouse indoor play space. Get ready for an exciting adventure with Pinkfong and Baby Shark through interactive play zones including mini golf, bowling, glow-in-the-dark painting, ball pits and bouncy castles and exciting photo ops! Here’s what to expect at Pinkfong & Baby Shark’s Playhouse.

When: 26 January – 31 March 2024
Where: Let’s Play@Marina Square, Raffles Boulevard, #03-208/209, Singapore 039594
How much: from $28. Click here for tips and to get tickets.

42. Marina Square’s Enchanted Tales Balloon Extravaganza

Step into the enchanting world of knights, dragons, and castles as Marina Square’s annual Balloon Exhibition is back this March school holidays with a display of fascinating balloon creations! Marina Square’s 6,500-square-foot central atrium will be filled with a massive balloon display featuring magnificent castles, galloping knights, and dragons. This balloon extravaganza display, crafted by 60 talented balloon artists features approximately 200,000 balloons.

Where: Marina Square Central Atrium, 6 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039594
When: 9-17 March 2024
How much: Free!

Need more ideas? Choose from over 100 fun activities to try with kids in Singapore.

Keep checking back as we share more March school holiday fun!

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