19 New And Upcoming Attractions In Singapore In 2024

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Looking for new places to bring the kids for family fun in 2024? We got your back with a list of new attractions and experiences opening in 2024!

We have already seen a number of exciting new attractions open in 2023, but that's not all! Families can expect more new family-friendly attractions and experiences opening in 2024 and beyond! Here's our pick of the top new attractions that you should get excited about in Singapore!

*Updated June 2024, we are halfway through the year, and have updated the list with new announcements and also updated on venues that have opened so far! 

The list includes both opening and opened attractions, so take your pick and plan your next family fun accordingly! 

1. Minion Land

Venue: Universal Studios Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa
Expected Opening: 2024 / 2025

As one of the key components of Resorts World Sentosa’s (RWS) expansion plan RWS 2.0, Minion Land will strengthen Universal Studios Singapore’s offerings and is anticipated to be a popular draw for both local visitors and overseas tourists when it opens in 2024/2025. 

Minion Land take over the previous Madagascar area, and will feature an exciting variety of rides, themed shops and restaurants, geared to entertain audiences of all ages. Among the multiple rides available will be a world’s first original ride exclusive to Universal Studios Singapore, as well as Despicable Me Minion Mayhem, an immersive motion-simulator 3D ride where guests join Gru’s family for an unpredictable and electrifying experience as they are transformed into Minions. Guests can also look forward to savouring delectable Minion-themed treats and shopping for trendy Minions merchandise.

2. Haven XR

Venue: TBC

Haven XR is the world’s first cinematic immersive experience that will be opening in Singapore and Malaysia in 2024! With a promise to be a revolutionary cinematic experience, HavenXR makes use of Location-Based Virtual Reality (LBVR) to bring audiences along an immersive journey where they're not merely viewers, but integral parts of the movie itself.

In the experience, you, the viewer, makes the choices that determine the storyline -¬†a cinematic choose-your-own-adventure experience where you can engage your senses and¬†change the virtual realm¬†you are in.¬†The first experience on offer is¬†The Keeper¬†‚Äď a horror flick¬†and other ideas and scripts will be launch progressively.¬†

Haven XR is slated to launch in 2024 in Malaysia and Singapore.

3. Kidzania Singapore

Venue: 31 Beach View, #01-01/02 Palawan Kidz City, Sentosa Island 098008
Opening Hours: Thu - Tue, 10 am - 6 pm (Closed on Wed)
Admission: from $41

The popular Kidzania Singapore has finally reopened and for the uninitiated, Kidzania is an indoor family attraction that allows children to role-play different jobs. It first opened in Singapore in April 2016 on Sentosa Island and was a popular attraction for families but closed in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Located at the 7,600 sqm Family Entertainment Centre located at Sentosa’s Palawan beach, families can expect lots of different role-playing experiences and more for little ones to enjoy! The attraction has been featured heavily and visited by many parent since it opened in Q2 2024. So don't wait and plan a visit soon too! 

4. Super Nintendo World Singapore

Venue: Universal Studios Singapore
Expected Opening: 2025

Back in 2019, Universal Studios Singapore unveils plans to build two new, highly themed and immersive environments based on hugely popular entertainment concepts, Minion Park and Super Nintendo World. These new and expansive areas will feature all-audience and family-friendly attractions as well as themed shops and restaurants. 

While ground has broken toward the construction of Minion Park, the fate of Super Nintendo World remains less known. There is word about its opening in 2025, but we think that seems highly unlikely given the lack of news so far. So stay tune and we will share more when we hear of it! 

5. Singapore Oceanarium

Venue: Resorts World Sentosa

The award winning S.E.A. Aquarium will be expanded to more than three times its present size, and proposed to be rebranded as Singapore Oceanarium. The expansion will see its transformation to an exciting blend of specially curated marine life and additional exhibits of prehistoric marine life and deep sea creatures that will be part of the story of the history of evolution, exploration and how mankind has to embrace conservation.

Taking over the adjacent Maritime Experiential Museum, the new addition will elevate the aquarium to the next level. The Oceanarium will be the first of its kind in the world, commanding a larger scale and depth of content than before, and featuring a seamless and exciting blend of marine life collection and history about the ocean and evolution of its inhabitants ‚Äď brought to life using state of-the-art digital innovation and interactive technology.¬†

Offering an immersive experience designed for the 21st century audience, the Oceanarium will demonstrate its thought leadership in marine education, conservation and research efforts. Ocean history and marine biology will meet in a fresh and exciting way in three zones: (1) Evolution & Extinction, (2) Exploration & Deep Ocean, and (3) Conservation.

6. The Children’s Biodiversity Library by S.E.A. Aquarium 

Venue: Central Public Library, 100 Victoria Street, National Library Building, B1, Singapore 188064
Opening Hours: 10 am - 9 pm
Admission: Free

The National Library Board’s (NLB) Central Public Library reopens, transformed with an array of new features that incorporate Singapore stories on culture, heritage, and literature, as well as curated resources on sustainability, marine biodiversity and conservation. Themed Singapore: Kaleidoscope, the Central Public Library welcomes patrons of all ages to learn and discover in two key areas: All Things Singapore and Sustainability and Biodiversity. 

The Children’s Biodiversity Library by S.E.A. Aquarium is a partnership between the National Library Board (NLB) and Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) offering new opportunities, including monthly programmes, for parents and children to have deeper learning in marine biodiversity. It is the first marine biodiversity-themed learning space for children at a public library in

The library includes features such as a floor-to-ceiling column with coral- like features, a collection of marine specimens including shark egg cases and coral skeletons, digital content from the aquarium, an outdoor mangrove showcase, and The  Submarine, a room where families can expect regular educational programmes. The library will also feature gamification kiosks with features such as an interactive digital installation where patrons can colour an avatar from NLB’s well-loved Book Bugs series and see them appear on the projection screen.

7. Disney Cruise Line

Expected Start: 2025

Get ready to set sail with Mickey Mouse and friends as a new Disney Cruise Line vessel will make Singapore its exclusive home port for at least five years from 2025. "Disney Cruise Line is where magic meets the sea." Families can look forward to themed restaurants, Broadway-style shows with interactive characters, and Disney kid clubs, among other magical experiences. 

The as-yet unnamed ship will be the eighth and largest in the Disney Cruise Line fleet and also the largest cruise ship welcomed to Singapore's shores. With an estimated passenger capacity of about 6,000 and about 2,300 crew members, the ship is expected to be among the first in the cruise industry to be fueled by green methanol, one of the lowest emission fuels.

8. Escape Theme Park

Escape Challenge in Kuala Lumpur

Venue: TBC

Not to be confused with the Escape Theme Park at Downtown East, families will get to enjoy the new Escape Theme Park known for their adventure rides, water slides, and high element courses that comes to our shores from Malaysia! 

You’ve probably heard of it if you’ve been to Kuala Lumpur. ESCAPE Challenge is a major attraction there, the 35,000 square feet indoor adventure park is the perfect venue for families looking for fun, fun and more fun! 

At this time, there has been no updates on the opening or venue of this new attraction. 

9. Sentosa Sensoryscape

Venue: Imbiah Lookout
Opening Hours: 24hours daily, ImagiNite Experience (7.50 pm - 9.40 pm daily)
Admission: Free

Step into Sentosa Sensoryscape, where a sensory journey from Sentosa's lush ridges to its vibrant reefs unfolds. Along the 350m-long path, you’ll find an assortment of majestic gardens and breathtaking displays where interactive digital light art and augment reality ignite the sixth sense of imagination. 


The ecological walk is punctuated by five unique sensory gardens. This includes four woven vessel structures that provide different sensations to the walk. The walk is complimented by a landscape of ecological bands & the vessels are complimented by gardens containing distillations of Sentosa’s nature. These series of garden focuses around the five senses, revealing unusual qualities of the ecology.

Sentosa Sensoryscape  transforms into a night-time spectacle as daylight fade, between 7.50 pm to 9.40 pm daily. ImagiNite is predominantly a night time outdoor audio-visual and augmented reality experience set within Sensoryscape. Themed along our '6th Sense of Imagination', ImagiNite invites you to slow down and enjoy an evening of sensorial experiences that weaves unique narratives that are designed to marvel.

10. Rainforest Wild 

Venue: Mandai
Expected Opening: 2024

Rainforest Wild is a new Rainforest Park coming to Mandai in 2024. The park is set to be a part of the larger Mandai Nature Precinct, which also includes the Singapore Zoo, Night Safari, River Wonders and Bird Paradise. 

The park features a lush rainforest environment that is home to a myriad of plants and animals. It includes the TreeTop Walk, a 250-meter suspension bridge that offers visitors a breathtaking view of the rainforest canopy, as well as the Canopy Walk, which is a series of elevated platforms and walkways that allow visitors to get up close and personal with the rainforest canopy. 

The park has several animal exhibits, including a Butterfly Garden and a Primate Kingdom, where visitors can observe and adore the animals in their natural habitats. 

11. Kiztopia Prestige

Venue: 58 Kim Yam Road, #04-01, Singapore 239359
Opening Hours: 10 am - 8 pm (Sun - Thu), 10 am - 9 pm (Fri, Sat, Eve of PH and PH)
Admission: from $32 (get tickets here)

Kiztopia opens its latest outlet and embark on a new sub-brand with Kiztopia Prestige. Spanning over 8,000 square feet, the new outlet is a conducive space specially designed to spark imagination and curiosity at every turn. The neutral earthy tones of the interior décor as well as the eco-friendly play concepts create a serene and welcoming atmosphere for exploration and learning.

Catering to toddlers and preschoolers, Kiztopia Prestige offers enrichment beyond play with immersive role-play rooms, soft play concepts and specially-curated classes.

12. New Bahru

Location: 46 & 58 Kim Yam Road

New Bahru is Singapore’s first creative cluster located at the previous site of Nan Chiau High School. It offers families a lifestyle venue with F&B, retail and play options across more than 50 local businesses. 

While it is slated to officially open in September, a number of businesses are already operating, including Kiztopia Prestige, Artichoke, The Coconut Club, Curious Creatures and more. Families will also be please to find Singapore's tallest communal slide at the free outdoor playground, the Oatside Funside Playground. 

We can imagine families spending the day at New Bahru, chilling and enjoying a nice meal at the many dining establishments while peppering the day with lifestyle and play experiences for the whole family. 

13. The Artground at One Holland Village

Venue: 7 Holland Village Way #01-20 One Holland Village, Singapore 275748
Opening Hours: 9.15 am - 6.15 pm
Admission: $5 per pax 

The Artground @ One Holland Village is the 2nd space from The Artground offering families with kids between 0 to 9 year old a space to spend time together and to engage with each other through the arts. 

The Artground is dedicated to nurturing children’s creativity, offering captivating adventures in visual and performing arts. The Arts-based Sensory Storytelling Curriculum, designed for children aged 18 months to 6 years, immerses them in a world of creativity. 

The Artground at One Holland Village promises a diverse creative experience for children, families, and seniors alike with drop-in sessions as well as regular arts-based programmes for families.

14. Houbii Spot Reopens

Venue: Singapore Zoo, near to KidzWorld
Opening Hours: 10 am - 5.15 pm (last entry)
Admission: from $20 (admission to the Singapore Zoo required, check here for pricing)

Situated just a brief 4-minute walk from KidzWorld and in close proximity to the iconic Ah Meng statue, Houbii Spot delivers an adrenaline-fueled experience for adventurers of all ages right within the Singapore Zoo!

The adventure course now offers a new rope course with spanning towering tyres for a daring climb, swinging hula hoops to navigate through, suspended boat obstacles for a thrilling traverse, classic wooden planks and ropes for balance and agility, and a dynamic landscape brimming with surprises at every turn, The Real Thing guarantees an adventure brimming with excitement and "knot" your average achievements!

There also the¬†all-new ‚ÄėTarzan‚Äô obstacle, which promises to be an exhilarating experience for the whole family. This unique feature allows participants to experience a self-propelled glide, navigating across platforms using their own momentum. And for¬†adventurers below 120cm (5 years and below),¬†Houbii Spot has a specially designed ‚ÄėMini Course‚Äô featuring 14 obstacles.¬†

15. Buangkok Square Park - Free Water Park

Venue: Buangkok Square Park, between Block 986D and Block 992A
Opening Hours: 8 am - 8 pm (Water Park), 24 hours (Dry Playground)
Admission: Free

Another water park opens within a HDB neighbourhood! The new Buangkok Square Park Water Park opened in March 2024 and joins that ranks the growing list of exciting water playgrounds, including Heights Park (Toa Payoh), Oasis Waterpark (Yishun) and Jelutung Harbour Park (Admiralty).

The Aquatic-themed Water Playground offers families a gated space to enjoy water play with the little ones and to cool off from the heat! Families will find many splash elements, including a Dragonfly spray fountain, a spray tunnel and even a mini splashing bucket too! What we like about the splashing bucket is that it is transparent, and you can know when the bucket will be tipping over! 

There also a water play area for younger ones to play at. It resembles a stream with fountains and water gates, little ones will usually run around or sit themselves into the stream while splashing about! Parents will be pleased to know that there is a open washing area with 2 showering facilities to clean the kids before heading home! 

16. A Revamped CQ @ Clarke Quay

The rejuvenated CQ @ Clarke Quay was officially unveiled on 26 April 2024, transforming the previously night-focused venue into an iconic riverfront day-and-night destination. CQ @ Clarke Quay is now a vibrant hub of excitement and entertainment with an expanded range of day activities and nightlife attractions for locals and tourists.

Beyond the diverse array of day-and-night options, CQ @ Clarke Quay has also unveiled a comprehensive suite of pet-friendly amenities, catering to the needs of valued visitors and their furry companions. These amenities include well-placed pet hydration bays, waste bins, and designated pet parking zones, providing convenience to visitors.

17. Cosford Container Park

Venue: 30 Cosford Rd, Singapore 499550 
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 11am to 1am (Mon to Fri) | 8.30am to 1am (Sat, Sun & Public Holiday)

Nestled in the heart of Changi at 30 Cosford Road, Cosford Container Park spans approximately 35,000 square feet, with over 340 seats for both indoor and outdoor dining. The space promises a unique and vibrant experience for visitors of all ages, with an outdoor stage for sports screening and live music, a rooftop bar and more ‚Äď perfect for any occasion and celebration.

With an eclectic selection of over 13 vendors, Cosford Container Park is home to a list of F&B offerings that is sure to delight. Beyond its diverse F&B offerings, Cosford Container Park stands out as a one-stop destination for all to enjoy and relax. With freely accessible community spaces, visitors can wander around and admire the unparalleled views of Changi Airport’s landing strip and Instagram-worthy zones.

18. SkyOrb Cabins at the Singapore Cable Car 

Venue: Singapore Cable Car
Fees: An upgrade from $15 per person

The Singapore Cable Car marks its Golden Jubilee celebrations with the official debut of its all-new, World’s First SkyOrb Cabins. 

Exclusively designed for the Singapore Cable Car, the SkyOrb Cabin is the world's first chrome-finished spherical cable car cabin. Fitted with glass-bottomed floors to allow guests to view the scenery below their feet, the new cabins offer guests an elevated journey with a stunning panoramic view of the skyline. As night falls, a captivating ring of lights surrounds the cabin windows, casting an illuminating glow that imparts a distinctly futuristic ambience. 

Only seven SkyOrb Cabins will join the existing fleet, enriching the vibrancy of the Sentosa skyline. 

19. VroomTown Driving City

Venue: Marina Square, #01-208
Opening Hours:¬†Mon-Thu & Sun: 10am ‚Äď 8pm | Fri & Sat: 10am ‚Äď 9pm | PH: 10am ‚Äď 9pm
Admission: $49 (for first time), $38

VroomTown is Singapore’s mega indoor drive-play city located in Marina Square where kids can explore and enjoy iconic landmarks like the Merlion, Gardens by the Bay, and Changi Airport, all while driving around a realistic miniature city!

The realistic city driving experience also includes traffic lights & rules, a large indoor playground and a drive-through for kids! In fact, children who visit for the first time have to go for the Vroom Academy and be licensed to drive around the city! 

Licensed kiddos aged 5 and up can hit the massive roads of VroomTown! Every VroomCar is dual-passenger, so parents can ride along as backseat drivers.


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    This article is prepared by

    Jiarong Yu
    Daddy to 2 adorable little ones. Misses them the moment they are not around, regrets missing them the moment they are around.

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