Camp 1N @ Singapore Navy Museum | Get Ready For An Immersive Sleepover Experience Filled With Learning And Adventure!

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Grab your sleeping bags and get ready to explore the newly-opened Singapore Navy Museum with an exclusive ‘Night at the Museum’ experience!

Venue: Singapore Navy Museum, 112 Tanah Merah Coast Road, Singapore 498794
Date: 8 to 9 & 15 to 16 Dec 2023
Time: 6.00pm (Check-in) to 11.00am (Check-out the next day)

  • Standard: $78
  • SDC Members: $66.30
  • Early Bird (from now till 5 Nov 2023): $62.40* (*Quote CAMP1N20 to enjoy the early bird price!)

Camp 1N @ Singapore Navy Museum

Photo Credit: Singapore Navy Museum

The highly raved ‘Camp-cation’ is expanding to the east! What better way to explore the newly-opened Singapore Navy Museum than by having an exclusive sleepover there! So grab your sleeping bags and embark on the journey to the east – this is a ‘Night at the Museum’ experience you would not want to miss!

Camp Highlights

Night Expedition Trail

Explore the gallery and enjoy fun-filled activities as you embark on a Night Expedition Trail with your family! Test your wits, collect clues, and complete the mission as a team.

Snooze Amongst The Exhibits

Cosy up in your favourite PJs and snooze amongst the exhibits in the gallery! Deck up your Slumber Quarters just how you like it – be it with lamps, fairy lights or even your favourite snuggly toy!

Fun Morning Workout

Kick-off Day 2 with a fun morning workout for the whole family! Follow along for a revitalising start to the day, prior to savouring a sumptuous breakfast.

Itinerary Guide

Day 1

6.00pm: Welcome Aboard!
6.30pm: Onboarding
7.00pm: Making of Crew Crests
7.30pm: Dinner
8.30pm: Night Expedition Trail
9.30pm: Setup of Slumber Quarters
10.00pm: Wind Down
10.30pm: Lights Out

Day 2

6.30am: Rise and Shine
7.00am: Morning Workout
8.00am: Breakfast
9.00am: Freshen Up
9.30am: Eco-Marine Challenge
10.30am: Camp Closing
11.00am: Bon Voyage!

Note: The itinerary below is provided as a guide only. Guests may receive a different itinerary plan. 

Age Suitability

This camp experience is suitable for families with children aged 5 years and above. There is no minimum group size required, but all participants must be registered for the camp. Participants below 21 years old must be accompanied by an adult (21 years and above).

Booking Details

Slots are limited, based on first-come, first-served basis. In the event that there are insufficient bookings for each run, please note that the event will not proceed.  Those who are affected by the cancellation of the camp date will be contacted. To register, please visit this link.

For more details about Camp 1N @ Singapore Navy Museum, you may visit this link.

    Our Experience

    Thank you Defence Collective Singapore and Singapore Navy Museum for giving us the opportunity to experience Camp 1N! Here's a review of our one-night camp-cation at the newly-opened Singapore Navy Museum:

    Making of Crew Crests & Eco-Marine Challenge

    What we loved about these activities is that they were not only fun and meaningful, but they also offered great opportunities for us to unleash our creativity and work as a family.

    Night Expedition Trail

    Each team will be given a series of tasks to complete on this Night Expedition Trail around the Museum.

    We have to admit though, some of the tasks were rather tricky and difficult to solve. Nonetheless, the camp facilitators were really friendly and were really awesome morale boosters! Their encouragement really helped us to push through (especially when we were already so tired from the earlier activities😅😅) and we did eventually manage to complete all of our tasks.

    The first team to complete all tasks correctly will get to win a prize!

    A Relaxing Morning Workout With A View!

    We got to admit that while it certainly wasn't easy having to get up early for the morning workout, the amazing sea view that greeted us totally made it all worth it!

    In this yoga session, we got to learn and practise some breathing techniques and some basic poses, which were simple enough for the kids to follow through. We also had the chance to try out some partner yoga poses, which were fun and a great family bonding activity.

    Sleepover Experience

    There will not be any tents and campers will be sleeping in a communal space in Singapore Navy Museum - out in the open among the exhibits. As campers will be sleeping on hard ground, we highly recommend placing yoga mats (which are available for use at the Recharge Station) underneath your sleeping bags for a more comfortable sleeping experience. We also recommend bringing your own pillows for a ‘snoozier’ experience.

    In addition, inflatable pillows, as well as eye masks and ear plugs are also provided, and you can bring these back home after the camp. 

    To 'jazz up' your Slumber Quarters for that Insta-worthy shot, you may also make use of the portable chairs, tables and night lamps provided.


    There is access to the shower facilities located within Singapore Navy Museum. However, do note that there are no water heaters. Do also bring your own towels, toothbrush, toothpaste, shower gel and shampoo. 

    Food & Beverage

    There will be meals (dinner and breakfast bento sets) provided by Bottle Tree Cafe Restaurant, which is Halal-certified.

    Moreover, there's a Refuel Station (located on Level 1 of the Museum) that offers a decent variety of snacks and drinks, such as biscuits, Milo, coffee and even cup noodles!). These refreshments are readily accessible to campers throughout the programme, so parents, you need not worry about anyone going hungry during the camp and you can save the hassle of prepping and planning for meals.


    Photo Credit: Singapore Navy Museum

    In conclusion, what we loved most about the camp was that we got to do almost everything together, as a family! While it's not quite like the usual staycation, it was a really enriching and memorable experience for us!

    For families who are looking for a fun, yet unique adventure this school holiday, we would definitely recommend Camp 1N @Singapore Navy Museum!


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    This article is prepared by

    Leona Quek
    Blessed with 3 handsome and loving boys in her life. Two of them call her Mommy, the other calls her Wifey. Every night, she wishes for an early bedtime, but misses her babies as soon as they sleep.

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