We are here to help get your weekend plans sorted! Check out these fun (mostly free) kid friendly things to do this weekend!
FREE! Feed ponies, rabbits and other farm animals at extremely rustic shabby Animal Resort (entry is free but animal feed is a token sum,) then head over to Wildseed or Wheeler’s Estate (with great playground) for lunch. Check out the Seletar day trip deets here.
FREE! Go hunting for crocodiles in the wild! Oh yes, didn’t you know we have wild estuarine crocs in our waters? Just a short ride out to North East Singers and you can find crocs, snakes, mudskippers and migratory birds! Full deets plus NEW VIDEO here.
FREE! Crocs not your thing but how about birds? Check out the FREE guided tours at Sungei Buloh this Saturday 13 January on birds (pre-registration required).
FREE! Book free tickets to watch a movie under the stars. How To Train Your Dragon 2 is showing on 16 January 2018 at Popcorn Nights @ Sentosa! Reserve tickets here
FREE! Slides Galore at Admiralty Park Playground! Sometimes it’s hard to find fun for older kids and tweens and young kids at the same time. Admiralty Park Playground has 26 slides of varying heights (the longest roller slides in SG) plus flying foxes, and makes for one mega-fun morning out with the fam!
FREE! Plan your public holiday weekends for 2018! Okay so not technically free (well the planning part is), but if you get booking now you’ll be in a better chance to get good deals like these 40% off deals on Phuket and Maldives. Don’t fancy a flight? No problem – these quick island getaways are no flights required!
FREE! Take your kids rock hunting. No idea what that is? Read this pronto! (Everyone’s doing this fun outdoor activity – start hunting before you get a serious bout of FOMO!)
FREE! Visit a library for books, toys and crafts! Foster a love of books in your kid (so important) and check out your local library. For books and toys visit the Pasir Ris Inclusive Toy Library – Singapore’s first play space designed to encourage play between children with mainstream abilities and children with learning disabilities such as autism. There’s a mini ball pit, a play kitchen, building blocks, musical instruments, and much more. The library will also include toys designed for children with special needs – for instance items with larger buttons and switches for children whose motor skills are less developed. Or why not try out an Upcycling Workshop (5-year-olds and up) turning old bottles and gear into crafts on 13 January, 11am-1pm at Sengkang Public Library Programme Zone. Pre-registration required.
Indoor play. If the rain threatens to put a dent in your weekend – pack up the kids and take ‘em to an indoor play centre. From trampoline parks, to centres where kids can play at real-life jobs, to your classic jungle gyms with slides.