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Make the most out of your family trip to Singapore — head to these seven edutainment places where your kids can learn and play at the same time.

Island Wonders

Head to MOSH! at the new Palawan Kidz City complex in Sentosa. At this digital playground, your kids will get to see their drawings and paper airplanes come to life on the big screen, along with other creative activities.

 

Next up is KidZania, to be opened in April 2016 at the same building at Sentosa. The star attraction at KidZania Singapore: the huge, real-life Qatar Airways Boeing 737 aircraft, where kids get to be pilots for the day at the edutainment centre. Other fun business partnerships with companies such as Maybank will also make your children’s role-playing experience feel even more true-to-life!

Museums come alive!

The edutainment fun doesn’t stop there. Help nurture your children’s natural curiosity at the family-friendly exhibitions and galleries in Singapore.

 

Start with KidsSTOP at Science Centre Singapore, where your child can learn more about the world around them. Science isn’t just about hard facts and figures: interactive zones within KidsSTOP will encourage your kids to learn about everything in the world around them, from what causes typhoons to why the sky is so blue.

 

Your family’s learning adventure continues at the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, which exhibits  real animalmammal, reptile, amphibian and plant specimens. This includes  theincludes the three huge diplodocid sauropod dinosaur skeletons fossils in the museum; these are over 150 million years old!

Gardens of Fun

Teach your kids to love nature and all its greenery, by visiting the lush gardens within the city.

Start with the futuristic Gardens by the Bay , which houses over 500,000 species of plants. Learn more about these beautiful flowers, ferns, trees and other plant species through informative signboards spread throughout the garden. 

Enjoy perpetual springtime with flowers in full bloom at the Flower Dome conservatory, then explore a recreation of the tropical highlands at the misty Cloud Forest; it features an awe-inspiring 35 metre tall waterfall and a ‘mountain’ covered with lush vegetation! You’ll also find seasonal exhibitions such as Christmas Wonderland and Tulipmania held at these conservatories, so do check the event calendar online for more information.

Last but not least, is the ever popular Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore’s UNESCO World Heritage site.

Kids get special treatment: the Jacob Ballas Children’s Gardencaters to the little ones, with a sensory garden and more fun features to help kids learn about the greenery around them.

With sunny weather all year round, it’s always a treat to visit Singapore with your kids. So pack your bags, for these and more family-friendly fun activities to do in Singapore!

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