5 Things To Do With Kids This Weekend In Singapore (12 - 18 Jul 2021)

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We take a look at the best things to do and places to go with kids this weekend (12 - 18 Jul 2021) in Singapore!

Mummies and Daddies, we got you covered with this week's list of to-do and to-go for families! Now you don't have to fret over what to do or where to go!

1. Dad’s The Way 2021!

Image credit Science Centre Singapore

Venue: KidsSTOP, 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433
Date: 23 – 24 Jul 2021
Hours: 6 pm – 8.30 pm 
Fee: $90/parent-child pair (register)
Recommended: 4 – 8 years

Pair up with your kid for Dad’s The Way, an amazing race challenge and race through KidsSTOP to complete a series of mission-based activities specially curated for father and child! Featuring activities such as making flying aircraft, navigating tech toys, a treasure hunt at Dino Pit, and building pizza wheels, the session is bound to foster parent-child bonding! 

2. OTH – ActiveSG Online Kids Workout Series

Image credit Our Tampines Hub

Venue: Online
Date: 17, 24 & 31 Jul 2021
Hours: 5 pm – 6 pm
Fee: Free

Our Tampines Hub is hosting Online Kids Workout Series every Saturday this July. The 1-hour workout session promotes family bonding and good habits while improving self-esteem, posture and balance!

3. Basic Riding Workshop for Kids

Image credit Gallop Stable

Venue: Gallop Stable 
Date: 13 – 16, 20 – 23, 27 – 30 Jul 2021
Hours: 9.30 am – 12 pm
Fee: $165+
Recommended: 5 years and above

If you want to introduce horse riding to your little ones, the Gallop Stable is offering Basic Riding Workshop for Kids on selected dates through July. You can expect stable classes, riding lessons and lots of fun! As slots are limited for each session, do sign up soon if you are interested. 

For more enquiries and to register, drop an email to enquiry@gallopstable.com. 

4. Life in Edo | Russel Wong in Kyoto

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Venue: Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555
Date: 16 Apr – 18 Jul (First display) | 26 Jul – 17 Oct 2021 
Exhibition will remain open from 19 – 25 Jul
Hours: 10 am – 7 pm | Fri: 10 am – 9 pm
Fee: [Singaporeans & PRs] $12/adult & Free for concession* | [Standard] $20/adult & $15/concession*
Admission is free for children 6 years and below

Life in Edo | Russel Wong in Kyoto at Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) explores Japanese art and culture through woodblock prints and photography. The showcase provides a glimpse into both the Edo period and contemporary Kyoto. 

The woodblock prints section looks at lifestyles and trends of Edo period Japan (1603 – 1868), including people’s travels, ideas on beauty, pets, food, and entertainment. The other component explores the beauty of nature and architecture of Kyoto today. It also captures the vanishing traditions of the geisha (geiko in Kyoto dialect) community through the lens of Singaporean photographer Russel Wong.

ACM has introduced hourly-timed entries on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays for the exhibition and you are required to book your time slots online prior to your visit. Timed entry will not apply on weekdays. 

*Concession – Students with valid student pass, senior citizens and special access

5. Rainforest Lumina 

Image credit Wildlife Reserves Singapore

Venue: Singapore Zoo
Date: 8 Jun 2021 – 13 Feb 2022 (Thu – Sun, public holidays & eve of public holidays)
Hours: 7.15 pm – 12 am (last entry: 10.15 pm)
Fee: $18/adult | $14/child or senior

A colourful and illuminated multimedia night trail on the wild side, Rainforest Lumina returns to Singapore Zoo for its final season! The fantastical tropical adventure focuses entirely on the setting and environment, allowing visitors to fully immerse themselves in a symphony of lights, beautifully orchestrated music, and inspiring interactive play!

This year you can look forward to singing and playing with the Creature Crew, featuring eight virtual animals at the interactive play zones and dance through a digital thunderstorm, among others!

Image credit Wildlife Reserves Singapore

The trail closes with a stunning laser and projection display which reminds guests that ‘We Are One’, and to do their part to protect the rainforest.



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This article is prepared by

Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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