1. Visit a dairy farm
Close up of a kid at Hay Dairies.

Established in 1988, Hay Dairies goat farm has over 800 goats of different breeds, such as Alpine goats from Minnesota, United States. Swing by before 10.30am to catch the milking process.

Hay Dairies. 3 Lim Chu Kang Lane 4, Singapore 718859. +65 6792 0931.
Mon, Wed-Sat 9am-4pm.

2. Get a dose of feline-lovin’
Cats laying on chairs at café Neko No Niwa.

Cuddle up to a clowder of over 10 adorable kitties—lovingly-rescued by owners Sue Lynn and Sam at cat café Neko No Niwa. The cosy spot comes with a great view overlooking Singapore River, and serves yummy ice cream cookies.

Neko No Niwa. 54A Boat Quay Level 2, Singapore 049843. +65 6536 5319.
Mon, Wed-Sun 11am-10pm.

3. Spend a day in Pulau Ubin
A lake in Pulau Ubin

Hop on a bumboat at Changi Point Ferry Terminal and head to the neighbouring island of Pulau Ubin. Explore the island on a rented bike, admire abundant wildlife at Chek Jawa Wetlands, and step back in time to Singapore’s last remaining kampongs (a Malay word for “compound”).

Changi Point Ferry Terminal. 51 Lorong Bekukong. Singapore 499172.
Daily 6am-7pm.

4. Discover the wonders of science
A group of Singaporeans posing.

Explore art, science and human innovation, and get your kids enthralled with the world’s natural wonders at the ArtScience Museum™. Up to four children under the age of 12 get free entry on Friday with every adult ticket purchased, and the museum regularly holds family-friendly workshops and activities.

ArtScience Museum. 6 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018974.

Daily 10am-7pm.

5. Walk on the wild side
Visitors get up close and personal with nocturnal animals at Night Safari.

Get up close and personal with fascinating nocturnal animals on a guided tram at the world’s first Night Safari. Keep your eyes peeled for free-range animals wandering around the park!

Night Safari. 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826. +65 6269 3411.
Daily 7.30pm-midnight.

6. Kickstart your career
Kids roleplaying as firemen at KidZania.

Suitable for children aged four to 14, KidZania is an educational theme park that lets children experience over 80 different real-life work scenarios, including working in a replica newsroom as a journalist.

KidZania, Sentosa Island. 31 Beach View #01-01/02. Singapore 098008. +65 6643 6888.
Daily 10am-6pm.

7. Seek thrills for the entire family
Wide shot of the Merlion at Sentosa.

Southeast Asia’s first and only Universal Studios™ theme park features 24 rides and attractions across seven themed zones, based on blockbuster movies and TV characters. Have breakfast with Elmo from Sesame Street, or join the characters from Shrek on a 4D adventure.

Universal Studios™ Singapore, Sentosa Island. 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269.
Daily 10am-6pm.

8. Be one with nature
Wide shot of the SuperTrees at Gardens by the Bay.

Good news for families with toddlers! Children under the age of three enjoy free admission at the conservatories. After which, the little ones get to run free and play at Gardens by the Bay’s Children’s Garden.

Gardens by the Bay. 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953. +65 6420 6848.
Daily 5pm-2am.

9. Reach for the sky
Visitors in one of the capsules of Singapore Flyer.

Marvel at the panoramic views of Marina Bay, the Central Business District and beyond from the world’s second-tallest Ferris wheel

Singapore Flyer. 30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803.
Daily 8.30am-10.30pm

10. Explore land and sea
A DUCKtours bumboat on the water.

Jump on board a remodelled WWII Vietnamese war craft and engage in an amphibious adventure of Singapore’s coastline and city, with DUCKtours

DUCKtours, Suntec City. 3 Temasek Boulevard  #01-330, Singapore 038983.
Daily 9am-6.30pm.