This two-day family-friendly itinerary gives you many reasons to bond with your loved ones in Singapore before or after your cruise.
1. S.E.A. Aquarium™ at Resorts World™ Sentosa
Start your day with a three-hour VIP tour, which gives your family early crowd-free access to the aquarium before it opens for the day. This guided tour also includes feeding time with the marine life as well as a privileged peek behind the scenes of this popular attraction.
2. Adventure Cove Waterpark™
Then it’s time to get wet and wild and have a splashing good time at this water theme park located right next to the aquarium. Kids will love the high-speed slides, wading pools and more aquatic-themed attractions. Another highlight—swimming among the colourful fish at the Rainbow Reef!
3. Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
After getting up-close with denizens of the deep, come face to face with the stars of the silver screen and stage. Madame Tussauds Wax Museum features the wax likeness of celebrities such as Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Cristiano Ronaldo and Singaporean singer Stefanie Sun.
The museum also boasts an ever-evolving K-Wave Zone—populated by sculptures of your favourite Korean celebrities—and Asia’s first-ever 4D Marvel movie, which boasts fan favourite superheroes like Captain Marvel and the villainous Loki. Time for some we-fie fun!
4. Mega Adventure Park - Singapore
If your kids still have some energy to work off, then this park is a must-visit. Highlights include a treetop obstacle course, zip-lining across the jungle canopy and rock climbing.
5. Singapore Cable Car
Round off a day of activity with a scenic cable car ride back to the main island. Take in the scenic vistas of Singapore from up high. Once you alight at HarbourFront Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station, it’s time to refuel on some of Singapore’s famous local dishes.
Head to the Food Republic @ VivoCity on the fourth level, located beside the monorail station. Recommended delights include laksa (spicy coconut milk-based noodle soup) and bak kut teh (peppery pork ribs soup), served within a charming environment that recreates the street dining setting of early 20th century Singapore.