Tag Archive: What to do in Singapore

17 Things You Must Do During Your First Visit To Singapore

20 September

Affectionately known as the “Lion City”, “Garden City” and the “Little Red Dot”, Singapore is a fantastic place to visit for a holiday. This tiny island is filled with more things than you would expect. From a food trail to cultural attractions and astonishing sights, trust us when we say that you will be in for a wild ride. Be it your...

Comprehensive Guide To 21 Child-Friendly Water Parks In Singapore

30 August

As much as you love your children, you can surely admit that as parents, it gets a little tedious searching for new places to bring your children to for some fresh entertainment. And it would definitely be better if the activity helps your child to release some pent-up energy as well. In Singapore’s ever so sweltering heat, a visit to water...

Sembawang Hot Spring – Singapore’s Only Hot Spring

5 July

Located at Gambas Avenue in between Woodlands Avenue 12 and Sembawang Road, Sembawang Hot Spring is the only natural hot spring on the little red dot of Singapore. Believed to have healing powers and various health benefits, it is with much pity that there are plans in the works to fully convert the area around the hot spring into a...

6 High Element Activities In Singapore For Daredevils

17 June

Photo Credit: photoblog If you enjoy feeling the rush of adrenaline or the rapid thumps of your heart after an unforgettable experience, perhaps you will then decide to seek for more thrill. Give yourself a chance to travel on a wire from the dizzying peak of Imbiah Hill all the way to Siloso beach, or swing yourself on a trapeze!...

Science Centre Singapore Unveils Asia’s Largest Mirror Maze Exhibition

16 June

If you grew up studying in Singapore, trips to the Science Centre Singapore was something you would have always looked forward to during the school holidays. Throughout the decades, there have been constant changes to permanent large-scale exhibitions but none can match up to their latest initiative—Professor Crackitt’s Light Fantastic Mirror Maze. Opened to the public from 14 June 2017...

Weekends In The Park: Be Prepared To Experience Fort Canning Park Like Never Before On 04 March 2017

3 March

Photo Credit: SGnow Fort Canning Park is definitely the place to be at this coming Saturday. “Weekends in the Park” is the first of a series of fun-filled activities that aims to enrich the mind and soul, whilst being in touch with nature. This all-day event involves a range of activities that include wellness activities and even cooking demonstrations. The...

6 Indoor Play Areas For Kids In Singapore That All Mummies Need To Know About

4 October

Photo Credit: Kidzania Parents should bring their children out to the playgrounds to have fun and interact with other kids in the neighbourhood as it improves their well-being in many aspects. Not only does it improve their cognitive and physical development, kids also tap on their social skills when they play with their peers. According to a study by Duerr...

Singapore’s First Bungee Tower Will Open At Sentosa!

16 September

Photo Credit: The Straits Times Come March 2017, adventure enthusiasts can go to Sentosa’s Siloso Beach for an adrenaline rush as this is where Singapore’s first 50 metres tall bungee tower will debut at. The owner, AJ Hackett International has divulged that it will be a 50m custom-built tower with jump decks situated at both ends of the tower. Daredevils will dive down a...

Enjoy 1-for-1 Onsen Experience At Yunomori Onsen & Spa in Singapore!

14 September

Photo Credit: Money Digest When Yunomori Onsen & Spa opened in Singapore earlier this year, there was much anticipation as this was the first spa in the country that offers authentic Japanese-style public baths. Those who have been to the hot spring baths in Japan will know how much the locals love relaxing in the pools to soothe their tired bodies...