4 Kid-Friendly Attractions to Visit When You’re in Singapore

You might not realize it, but Singapore is actually one of the best places to spend your family vacation. This comes from the fact that it has a wide range of attractions that both you and your kids will enjoy, such as:

Universal Studios Singapore

This is probably one of the most popular attractions for children in the Singapore. Here, your kids can explore seven zones (including Madagascar, Lost World, and Far Far Away) where they can go on exciting rides and enjoy movie-themed shows. Depending on when you’ll visit, you and your family might also catch the Hollywood Dreams Parade and the Lake Hollywood Spectacular fireworks show.


S.E.A. Aquarium

Whether your children love animals or are just looking for something new, they’ll want to visit the S.E.A. Aquarium in Resorts World Sentosa. The aquarium houses over 10,000 sea creatures that represent more than 800 species, which are divided into 49 different interesting habitats like “East Africa”, the “Red Sea”, and the “Persian Gulf”.


Gardens by the Bay

Spend some time with Mother Nature by exploring Gardens by the Bay. The colorful and vibrant flowers, herbs, trees, and shrubs in the area will surely amaze your kids and leave their mouth hanging open. Make sure to check out the famous Supertree Grove and drop by the Far East Organization Children’s Garden, which has water play features where your kids can splash around.


KidZania Singapore

KidZania takes pretend play to a whole new level, and your children will surely love it. Here, they’ll get to become doctors, dentists, firefighters, police officers, ice cream vendors, and even mountaineers, and they’ll have access to costumes, equipment, and training that will help them learn more about their chosen “career”. It’s a great way for them to have fun while getting a sneak peek into the adult world.

Visit these kid-friendly attractions in Singapore to have a fun and memorable holiday with your family!


Photos by: Walter LimKimon BerlinDavid Jones and Jason Graham


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