Emotion: Happiness

Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
1 Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

Dive into the secrets of the past and get acquainted with the incredible world of biodiversity at Singapore’s one only natural history museum. Divided into 16 different thematic zones, be awed by the three real and gigantic sauropod dinosaurs that take centre stage at the museum. Learn about the biologically diverse ecosystem of the region through the interactive displays and 2,000 specimens – from the beautiful to the strange.

Jurong Bird Park
2 Jurong Bird Park

Home to 5,000 birds across 400 species, Asia’s largest bird park is sure to put a smile on your face as you make your acquaintance with the park’s feathered residents. Hike into the largest walk-in aviary that houses over 600 birds and enjoy close encounters during feeding sessions. For the more adventurous, don’t miss the Kings of the Skies show where the ancient sport of falconry is demonstrated by the ferocious flying predators. Take the happiness level up a notch with your kids at Birdz of Play, a themed playground with water slides, swings and more!

ArtScience Museum
3 ArtScience Museum

There’s nothing like digital sketches, bouncing balls and a hide-and-seek table to keep your child entertained for hours! A permanent exhibition at ArtScience Museum, Future World is a 1,500 square metre digital playground of interactive art installations that will not only keep the little ones busy but where the grown-ups will find delight in too!

Emotion: Excitement

4 Little India

Immerse in the buzzy historic precinct of Little India with its cacophony of sights and sounds. Fill your tummy with Southern Indian and Northern Indian dishes or local fare like the famous Fish Head Curry, which is sure to excite your senses. Then, shop to your heart’s content with stores selling everything from jewellery, to traditional outfits, to a variety of Indian spices and groceries. Explore the shophouses, and don’t leave the place without getting a henna tattoo for the whole family! Do visit during Deepavali (usually October or November) and Pongal (mid-January) – the joyous celebrations are wonderful to observe.

5 Mega Adventure Park - Singapore

Get your heart racing at Mega Adventure Park - Singapore located on Sentosa Island. Have a need for speed? MegaZip is a must, and at 75 meters high, 450 meters long with speeds of 60km/ph, it’s the perfect activity to pit yourselves on an exhilarating race with each other. You can also climb to high heights at the high ropes adventure course while enjoying breath-taking views. There’s something for everyone here!

Emotion: Relaxation

Singapore River
6 Singapore River Cruise

Ease into the evening with a relaxing bumboat ride on the Singapore River. Get to know historic Singapore River and its famous quays as it takes you past Singapore’s historic and modern landmarks, including the Raffles’ Landing Site and Marina Bay Sands.

Kampong Glam
7 Kampong Glam

Spend a lazy afternoon at Singapore’s Malay-Arab quarter, Kampong Glam and discover the area’s rich history, living traditions, excellent eateries and trendy shops. Head to Haji Lane for multi-label boutiques or pick up traditional wares and handmade perfumes from Arab Street. There’s even a small, quirky Children’s Museum at Bussorah Street that showcases old school toys and knick-knacks that’s bound to bring back fond memories.

Emotion: Fun

Singapore Cable Car
8 Singapore Cable Car

Soak in the view of Singapore from high above on the cable car as it takes you from Mount Faber on the main island to Sentosa. Watch your little ones squeal in delight as the cable car takes flight above the hill from Faber Peak Singapore, through a skyscraper and across the harbour on the Mount Faber Line before landing in Sentosa Island.

Garden's by the bay
9 Gardens by the Bay

Have a fun-filled family day at Gardens by the Bay! Located next to Marina Reservoir, the gardens offers breath-taking waterfront views and is home to two conservatories, the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest, where a 35-metre tall mountain is veiled in mist and covered in lush vegetation amidst the world’s tallest indoor waterfall. Walk amongst the Supertrees at a height of 22 metres on the Skyway and be surrounded by panoramic views of the gardens and the Marina Bay skyline, or beat the heat with the water play features at the Children’s Gardens.

Emotion: Interest

Hawker Centre
10 Local Food Centres

There’s nothing like local food of a foreign country to pique your interest levels. With over 100 hawker centres across the island, such as the famous Maxwell Food Centre, there’s no excuse to not try some of city's best street food. Stretch your limits with the family – eat your rice out of a banana leaf in Little India, try a local breakfast of toast and coconut jam in Katong or indulge in roti prata (flat bread), a meal enjoyed as both breakfast and supper by the locals!

11 Night Safari

Step into the mysterious world of nocturnal creatures and their dimly-lit homes as dusk falls in the world’s first wildlife night park. The park is home to over 2,500 resident animals from over 130 species including many indigenous to the region, such as the endangered Asian elephant and Malayan tapir, giving you the rare opportunity to get up close to these magnificent creatures. It’s certainly an experience worth staying up for.