5 Things To Do With Kids This Weekend In Singapore (26 Apr - 2 May 2021)



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We take a look at the best things to do and places to go with kids this weekend (26th Apr - 2nd May) 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. Star Wars Day at ArtScience Museum


Image credit ArtScience Museum

Venue: ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974
Date: 1 – 2 May 2021
Hours: 10 am – 9 pm 
Fee: Free (online pre-booking required for activities)

Fans of Star Wars can look forward to celebrating Star Wars Day at the ArtScience Museum over the coming weekend. You can look forward to a special presentation of film screenings, fan art demonstrations, toy displays, and more. Additionally, there will be two special online videos on 29 April and 4 May of avid Star Wars toy collectors Derek Ho and Phelan Kuek's collections of Star Wars-themed LEGO sets, vintage prototypes, and rare sample artworks.

Do note that online pre-booking is required for all the Star Wars Day activities. 

2. The Sea of Tiki at S.E.A. Aquarium


Image credit Resorts World Sentosa

Venue: S.E.A. Aquarium, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
Date: 13 Mar – 11 May 2021 (Sat – Tue)
Hours: 9 am – 5 pm (Sat – Sun) | 10 am – 5 pm (Mon – Tue)
Fee: From $23 

Tropical celebrations have been raging on at both Universal Studios Singapore (USS) and S.E.A. Aquarium since March 2021. The Sea of Tiki at S.E.A. Aquarium invites you on a wondrous journey of discovery where you will get to meet some of the most fascinating tropical marine animals – like the intelligent reef manta ray and the stealthy slingjaw wrasse. Test your courage as you reach into the Discovery Touch Pool and stroke the incredible epaulette shark that can “walk” on land.


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You will also be able to witness aquarists feeding the marine animals and catch any one of the three adorable manta ray mascots decked out in colourful island costumes. Before you leave though head over to the special photo zone where you can “transform” into a tiki for a snapshot to remember your visit. 

If you are still on the lookout for things to do, check out Singapore first indoor karting circuit, the Circuit Tiki at Resorts World Sentosa. 

3. Singapore HeritageFest 2021


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Venue: Around Singapore
Date: 3 – 30 May 2021
Hours: Varies
Fee: TBU

The Singapore HeritageFest returns for its 18th edition in May with an assortment of onsite and online experiences. This year, discover the lesser-known stories of Singapore’s healthcare history and food heritage as we commemorate our healthcare milestones and continue to celebrate our rich food culture. From virtual tours that reveal stories of the medical buildings of our past, to workshops that spotlight Eastern medical treatments like Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda and how they have adapted to the needs of modern society today, discover and relive the stories that connect us. 

You can also find out more about the food of the different communities and the reinvention of traditional recipes through hands-on demonstrations by community partners. Whether you’re a heritage fanatic, or just inspired to learn more about the country we call home and play a part in keeping our heritage alive, there’s something for everyone.

More details on what you can look forward to will be revealed closer to the date.

4. La Clique


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Venue: Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands
Date: 29 May – 18 Jul 2021 (Tue, Thu & Sun)
Hours: 8 pm | Sat: 4.30 pm & 8 pm 
Fee: $98 - $188
No admission for infants in arms and children below 3 years

A torchbearer for almost 15 years, La Clique promises a night of laughs, gasps, fun and the best in cheeky cabaret through a unique blend of circus, cabaret, comedy, and live music.


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La Clique features an international cast of 9 exceptional artists and accompanied by the acclaimed 4piece La Clique Palais Orkestra. Audiences are seated around a small stage no larger than 3 meters wide and are so close to the action they feel as though they are a part of the show.

The site states that La Clique is a family-friendly show suitable for children 3 years and above and you are advised that the performance features a series of acts that include a sword swallower and flame breather, an acrobatic roller-skating duo, a Hula Hoop artist, and cabaret variety entertainment.

Do note that everyone, including children, is required to purchase an admission ticket

5. Stage Camp by Singapore Repertory Theatre


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Venue: KC Arts Centre and kids21club
Date: Bet. 31 May – 16 Jun 2021
Hours: Varies
Fee: $300 - $650

This upcoming June school holidays, Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT) is bringing back their Stage Camp with not one but two fairytales to explore! Drama games, vocal exercises and music & movement will prep the young ones for a heart-pumping adventure with Jack as he ventures up the beanstalk to see what lies above or with Little Red Riding Hood as she meanders through the woods to visit her ailing grandmother. 

Play Stage is a 2 hour camp from Monday to Friday designed for kids from 4 to 6 years old while Theatre Stage is for children from 7 to 12 years old. Young ones from 7 to 10 years also have the option of joining a full-day camp. 

Registration is now open for Play Stage and Theatre Stage while Theatre Stage (Full Day) is not yet open. 

 


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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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