Looking for fun things to do with the kids during the upcoming Easter school holidays? We’ve got lots of ideas from free events to fun activities over April
It’s the March school holidays for local schools from 11 – 19 March 2023 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 during the March school holiday period!
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Things to do with the kids during the Easter school holidays in Singapore
1. 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 as a transition for those looking for a bit more of a challenge (min. height 1.35m), and the Grand Course, which is plenty challenging for kids, teens and adults (min. height 1.5m)! 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!
Forest Adventure, Bedok Reservoir Park, Singapore 479244, www.forestadventure.com.sg
2. Go rock climbing!
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! 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.
T-Hall, 464 Crawford Lane, Singapore 190464, www.t-hall.sg
Head to T3’s Departure Hall and be greeted by Rilakkuma and pals at a fun carnival full of pastel hues and whimsical rides. Get your head in the clouds on the Samba Balloon ride or the Ferris Wheel near Central Immigration, then hop over to Check-in Row 11 for a spin in the Swing Chair and Tea Cup rides. To enjoy the carnival rides, get your carnival credits at the ticketing booths at a rate of $1 per credit, with a minimum first purchase of $25 or via the iChangi app at up to 15% off. Or spend $80 in a single receipt ($100 at the supermarket) at the public areas of Terminals 1 to 4 and redeem five free carnival credits.
When: 4 March – 1 May 2023, Weekday (Fri): 5.30pm – 9.30pm; Weekends, Public Holiday and School Holiday: 12pm – 10pm
Where: Terminal 3 Level 2, Departure Immigration Hall and Near Check-in Row 11, Changi Airport
4. Visit the bouncy castles at Bouncetopia
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)
Where: VivoCity, 1 HarbourFront Walk, #03-02, Singapore 098585
How much: $18.80/per pax. Click here to get your tickets.
5. Check out some kids’ theatre shows
Disney on Ice presents Mickey and Friends skates into Singapore from 11-19 March so get excited to see Mickey, Minnie, Goofy and Donald Duck plus Moana, Anna and Elsa, all on ice skates! Then on 25 – 26 March 2023, Andy Griffiths’ 13 Storey Treehouse (based on the multi-award-winning book series) is live on stage! Read all about the upcoming kids’ theatre shows here.
6. Kids’ plays & workshops: Esplanade March On
Esplanade’s annual March On children’s festival is back this March holiday with kid-friendly performances, workshops on bullying and activities for the whole family! The Beginning of Anything is a theatre production that uses music, animation and storytelling to guide children through the fears of change and leaving the comforts of home. There’s also a theatrical roleplaying game where kids can embark on an adventure and solve puzzle quests to learn how to conquer fear and trauma. There are also theatre workshops where you can bond with your child through games and therapeutic art activities and more. Check out the full lineup of events (many of which are FREE!) here.
When: 9 – 19 March 2023
How much: FREE and ticketed events.
The Pororo Park Singapore indoor playground at Marina Square has just had a revamp, so the March school holidays are the perfect time to check out the fun playspace. Kids will love the expanded play gym area, mini car race tracks, slides, obstacle course, Pororo Express Train, and Pororo meet & greets! There’s a special daily weekday class on during the March school holidays to look out for. ‘Dive into the Fun!’ is where kids can deep dive into loads of fun under the sea! Learn about our sea friends and their home (the shore, the sea and everything in between) in a hands-on way with this sensory setup.
When: Pororo Park playspace opens daily, Dive into the Fun! classes: weekdays in March at 1pm and 3pm.
Where: Pororo Park Singapore, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, #02-29, Singapore 039594
Class: $6 (non-member), $4 (LITE members), $2 (ELITE, Gold, Silver Members). Book your class on-site when you visit!
Entry: $36 (kids aged 9 months – 12 years, inclusive of 1 adult. Adult tickets must be purchased with a $10 baby ticket); Get tickets here.
8. 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
Take the little ones for a play at indoor playground Tayo Station, home to engaging attractions such as the three-storey Gani’s Playground and a ball pool equipped with a cliff wall! Kids love playing in the Hinoki Wood Pit and of course, the star attraction is Tayo’s Road Circuit – choose your car and get ready to zoom around the circuit! Look out for the ‘Time for Slime!’ slime-making class on especially for the March school holidays! Remember to bring grip socks or you can purchase at the playground.
When: Tayo Station open: Mon – Fri 10:30am – 8pm; Sat – Sun 10:30am – 9pm, Slime making class: 11-14 March at 2pm
Where: Tayo Station, E!Hub, Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Level 3, Singapore 519599
Class: $6 (non-member), $4 (LITE members), $2 (ELITE, Gold, Silver Members). Book on-site when you visit Tayo Station!
Entry: $26 (weekdays ); $32 (weekends). Tickets for kids aged 9 months – 12 years are inclusive of 1 adult); Buy tickets here.
10. See animals at the Singapore Zoo
We are big fans of taking the kids to Singapore’s wildlife parks! The Singapore Zoo never disappoints (we go multiple times a year and love feeding the animals – especially the elephants and giraffes!). And River Wonders is made even more exciting now with super cute giant baby panda Le Le.
Where: Singapore Zoo and River Wonders
How much: from $33. Get your tickets to the Singapore Zoo and River Wonders here!
11. Enrol in interactive music workshops, storytelling or theatre
The Artground is a not-for-profit, accessible art centre and indoor play space for children 12 and under. Besides the free indoor play space (current theme Masak Masak is on until 26 March 2023), The Artground will also offer a variety of affordable immersive theatre shows and programmes during the March school holidays. Bonus points for also offering some outdoor space. 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.
12. Burn off your energy at indoor playspace SuperPark
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 like SuperBall and BaseBall; interactive games like SuperHoop, SuperPinBall, Valo Jump, Hot Stepper, as well as adrenaline-pumping games like Skate & Scoot, Augmented Climbing, SuperClimb and more!
When: Ongoing (closed 17-18 March 9am-1pm for private event)
Where: SuperPark Singapore,3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall, #02-477 (North Wing), Singapore
How much: from $23.90 for children under 100cm, $28.90 for students, $33.90 for adults. Buy tickets here.
Read more: Best indoor playgrounds in Singapore
13. Visit the Science Centre for science educational fun!
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.
14. Check out Mattel Playhouse: car tracks and ball pits
Mattel PlayHouse is an experiential pop-up playspace featuring 12 activities for young kids. Get your race on with Hot Wheels and have fun driving on the iconic orange track; unlock your little ones’ limitless creative potential with Barbie; you can become a pop star, gymnast, painter and more. Plus take a train ride and enjoy three Thomas the Tank Engine-themed arcade games.
When: until 9 April 2023
Where: Let’s Play@Marina Square
How much: from $28. Click here to get your tickets.
15. Visit an outdoor playground (FREE!)
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 to zip lines! And while you’re at it, don’t forget to check out 26 super fun slides at Admiralty Park Playground.
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 outdoor and indoor 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 locations in Singapore
Tickets: Most are FREE!
17. See the Garden Rhapsody light and sound show (FREE!)
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 school holidays is ‘Garden Waltz’. In April the theme changes to ‘An Evening of Musical Theatre’ with popular musical numbers like The Phantom Of The Opera, Les Miserables and Chicago, including local artists’ rendition of favourites like ‘I Dreamed A Dream’ and ‘Don’t Cry For Me Argentina’.
When: Daily, 7:45pm & 8:45pm
Where: Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay
How much: FREE!
18. Sentosa Fun: cable cars, beaches and Skyline Luge
How do you get that holiday feeling whilst in Singapore? Head over to Sentosa for a day at a beach club/ restaurant (we love Coastes where you can get a beach bed or sit at a shady table and have a meal while watching the kids play in the sand). Or why not start off at Mount Faber Peak and grab the Singapore Cable Car over to Sentosa (you can do a round trip or sign up for a pass where you can get unlimited rides!) The Singapore Cable Car experience is fun for the kids to get an aerial view of Singapore (go before it gets too hot or at sunset!). When you arrive at Sentosa you can try out the SkyHelix Sentosa ride, a carbon-neutral gondola ride that’ll give you breathtaking 360° views. Take the kids for some speedy thrills on the Luge, visit the Butterfly Park or even spend the afternoon at Universal Studios Singapore for theme park galore!
Read more: Ultimate Guide to Sentosa for Kids
19. Check out Dinoland at SAFRA Yishun
Dinosaur lovers, there’s lots of dino-fun to enjoy during the March school holidays! Dinoland is a newly opened 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!
When: Ongoing; 10am – 8pm (Monday – Sunday)
Where: SAFRA Yishun, 60 Yishun Avenue 4, #02-01, Singapore 769027
How much: $35 per ticket. Click here to purchase tickets.
20. Visit an animal farm like Hay Dairies Goat Farm (FREE!)
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.
Where: Hay Dairies Goat Farm, 3 Lim Chu Kang Lane 4, Singapore 718859
How much: FREE! (closed on Tuesdays).
Read More: Animal petting farms in SG
21. See more dinosaurs at Jurassic Mile (FREE!)
If your little one can’t get enough of dinosaurs, then head down to Changi Jurassic Mile to spot the Tyrannosaurus Rex and other gigantic dinosaur eggs! Look out for the pink 3.5-metre tall Diplodocus outside the VIP complex or the bright blue Velociraptors. It’s a long walk for younger ones so you could turn this into a fun family cycling trip.
Where: Opposite HUB & SPOKE near Changi Airport Terminal 4
How much: FREE!
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 drama, coding, art camps and more!
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23. Visit the 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 until 31 March 2023. Book tickets ahead here!
24. Take the kids go-kart racing!
Get behind the wheel and experience kids karting! At The Karting Arena kids will need to be at least 9 years old (and 140cm tall to ride) whereas at KF1 Karting Circuit younger kids can drive alone or accompanied depending on their height. There are Kidracer electric karts and a mini circuit designed for a fun karting experience for young racers! Mini racers will learn the rules of the road and the basics of driving. Height requirements apply (kids below 85cm will not be allowed to ride, those between 85cm to 120cm must be accompanied by another rider at least 120cm tall.) Check out all the info on go-karting in Singapore here!
25. Visit the Keppel Art Centre for Education (FREE!)
Take the kiddos on an inspiring multi-sensory experience at the Keppel Art Centre for Education where there is plenty of space for little ones to play and explore. Children are encouraged to touch, move, and interact with the installations, fostering skills such as curiosity and critical thinking as they learn through play. They even have art workshops to unleash your kiddo’s creativity. If you and your young ones enjoy museums, be sure to check out these kid-friendly exhibitions in Singapore!
When: Ongoing, 10am – 7pm daily
Where: Keppel Art Centre for Education within National Gallery Singapore
How much: FREE!
Need more ideas on how to spend your March school holidays?
27. Go bowling at these kid-friendly bowling alleys!
28 . Take the kids rock climbing!
29. Bounce off some energy at a trampoline spot.
30. Choose from over 100 fun activities to try with kids in Singapore.
31. Take the kids kayaking and enjoy the great outdoors!
32. Go on a kid-friendly hike at these parks
33.. Take the kiddos to one of these 34+ indoor playgrounds in Singapore
Keep checking back as we share more March school holiday fun!