20 New Things To Do For Families In March 2022 In Singapore: Outdoor Eco-Play, Photo Hunt Contest, LEGO Exhibition and More!

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Always on the look out for new new places to visit or things to do with the family? Let us help with a list of 22 new things in Feb 2022 that you can do with your kids in Singapore! 

We discovered a new outdoor eco-play venue, experienced a brand new staycation experience, planned a photo-hunt contest and done so much more to prepare this list of new and exciting things that families can do together in Mar 2022! 

Time to put down your phones, log-off work (for a bit) and go create more family memories and fun! 

1. Learn & Play Together To Win Cash Prizes At The Learn With Sentosa Photo-Hunt Contest 

Photo Credits: Sentosa Development Corporation

Venue: Sentosa Island
Dates: 1 Mar - 31 Mar 2022
Fee: Free

In collaboration with Sentosa, we are organising a photo-hunt for families to learn, spend time together and to win cash prizes! Using information about nature and heritage on Sentosa, families will visit the island to complete the photo-hunt, and stand a chance to win $900 worth of cash prizes! 

Running from 1 to 31 Mar 2022, families just need to download selected activity sheets, plan a trip to Sentosa, and while having fun remember to look out for the answers to the nature and heritage-themed questions! Snap a picture and post it on Instagram before 31 Mar 2022 to take part in the contest! 

Find out more about the Learn With Sentosa Photo-Hunt Contest, including participation rules and prizes! 

2. Play At The New Outdoor Eco-Play Area At Tanjong Pagar

Venue: Discover Tanjong Pagar Community Green (in front of Guoco Tower and Orchid Hotel)
Fee: Free

Discover Tanjong Pagar (DTP) Community Green is a small field located in front of Guoco Tower and Orchard Hotel at Tanjong Pagar. Through engagement with the community, a eco-playground has been created in this space for children and pets to have fun at! This eco-playground was built using repurposed tree logs and aims to encourage pretend play, spark creation & discovery amongst children.

While it is a simple set-up, we all know that kids actually have simple requirements to have fun! 

3. Join Over 20 Performances, Workshops and Activities At March On 2022

Venue: Esplanade
Dates: 9 - 13 Mar 2022
Fee: Both ticketed and free experiences 

Exploring relevant issues for the young through different experiences, March On 2022 will explore, discuss and share about the topic of bullying through programmes organised at the Esplanade. 

Families can expect a series of performances, workshops and activities happening across the week. Beyond the discussion about bulllying, March on 2022 also presents an opportunity for families to spend time together through the various programmes. Most of the programmes are free and simply require pre-registration. 

So without further ado, do check out what you can expect at March On 2022 at the Esplanade. 

4. Be WOW-ed At The Brickman Wonders of the World - LEGO Exhibition At Science Centre Singapore

Venue: The Annexe, Science Centre Singapore
Date: 12 Mar to 3 Jul 2022 (Fri to Sun, School & Public Holidays)
Time: 10am to 8pm (Last Entry at 6.30pm)
Fee: S$22 (excludes S$1 booking fee) | Book tickets here (16 Dec 2021 onwards)

*Opening delayed to 25 Mar 2022

Happening at the Science Centre Singapore from 12 Mar is a new and "never-seen-before" exhibition in Singapore for families to "travel" through exhibits of world-famous landmarks, recreated with over 1.4 million LEGO bricks! Over 50 jaw-dropping creations of the world’s most iconic landmarks will be exhibited at the Brickman Wonders of the World exhibit, and families can learn how these masterpieces are created using science, arts and technology! 

So get ready to travel around the world, and explore these large-scale LEGO bricks masterpieces which includes the ginormous ‚ÄėTokyo Subway Map‚Äô and ‚ÄėMona Lisa‚Äô, the magnificent ‚ÄėGreat Barrier Reef‚Äô and ‚ÄėGolden Gate Bridge‚Äô, the intricate ‚ÄėRHS Titanic‚Äô and ‚ÄėGreat Wall of China‚Äô, and everything in between. Of course, it wouldn‚Äôt be an exhibition of the World‚Äôs Wonders without Singapore‚Äôs very own ‚ÄėMerlion‚Äô!¬†

5. Learn The Ukulele and Design Your Very Own At Avant-Garde Art Space

Venue: 865 Mountbatten Road, Katong Shopping Centre, #01-28, 437844
Dates: Every Sat & Sun, 2 pm - 5 pm
Fee: $88 per pax

The Ukulele Paint & Play workshop is a creative music-meets-art workshop by Avant-Garde Art Space where kids will learn to strum a Ukulele and express their creativity by designing their own Ukulele with paint. Those with younger kids, you may also take part in the activity by accompanying them at no extra charges too!

The workshop is available every Sat and Sun from 2 pm to 5 pm. This 3 hour workshop is held at Katong Shopping Centre and is priced at $88 per pax. For purchases in March 2022, use Promo Code: TOOMARCHFUN to enjoy 10% off too!

6. Meet Your Favourite Characters At The World Of Nickelodeon

Venue: Let's Play @ #03-208/209 Marina Square
Dates: 26 Feb - 17 Apr 2022, 10 am - 10 pm
Admission: $32 (Mon - Thu), $36 (Fri - Sun, Eve of PH and PH) - Ticket available on KKDay

Calling all SpongeBob SquarePants, PAW Patrol, Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Dora the Explorer and Bubble Guppies fan! The World of Nickelodeon is the first-ever Nickelodeon-themed play space in Singapore where you can expect to meet with your favourite Nickelodeon characters! 

From a SpongeBob-themed bumper car to a Dora the Explorer Train-ride, there will be lots of fun activities for the children to have fun at too! Not forgetting the meet & greet sessions too! 

7. Visit Singapore's Newest National Monument - Fort Siloso at Sentosa

Venue: Sentosa
Opening Hours: Daily, 10 am - 6 pm (Fort Siloso & Surrender Chambers)
Fee: Free

Fort Siloso was officially gazetted at Singapore's 74th National Monument on Total Defence Day (15 February). As a gazetted monument, Fort Siloso will continue to serve as a social and community space enjoyed by Singaporeans, as well as a tourist attraction.

Use the upcoming school holidays and weekend to visit the Singapore's only preserved coastal fort and learn more about its place in Singapore's history. 

8. Enjoy 30% Discount At The New SMIGY PLQ Mall Craft Zone On Weekdays


Location: 10 Paya Lebar Rd, #03-05/06 PLQ Mall, Singapore 409057
Opening Hours: 10am - 8 pm (Mon - Thu) | 10 am - 9 pm (Fri - Sun)
Fee: Depends on activity

SMIGY PLQ expands with a new craft zone with interesting craft activities for kids and is extending a special weekday limited time 30% discount from now till 31 Mar 2022 (Mon - Fri, except public holidays and school holidays)!

The team at SMIGY has taken the effort to source for different types of activities for the craft zone so that it caters to a wide age group and preferences - you will also notice that the activities are quite unique and is commonly available. 

From dinosaur fossil excavation to making your own handbags, there will definitely be something for every little one!

9. Get Your Family Wefies At The New iWan Studio

Venue: 12 Aljunied Road, #05-01, KH Plaza, Singapore 389801
Opening hours: 11 am - 10 pm (Mon - Sun)
Fee: From $29.90/hour per person (Admission is free for children below 6 years)

With 11 distinct zones offering over 20 different themes, iWan Studio is Singapore's newest and largest selfie studio for everyone! Spanning over 6,000 sqft, iWan Studio offers an elaborate set-up in each zone, that allow customers to be immersed in the experience and different environments and scenes. 

Families can unleash inner fantasies by opting for retro, romantic or even futuristic themes for their photoshoots. All zones are equipped with softbox lighting and mobile phone stand for customers to use. There are also over 200 outfits and an extensive range of accessories so that you can dress up to complement the themes! 

10. Having A Baby? Check Out The New Family Room At Thomson Medical

Venue: Thomson Medical
Fee: $1,388 (before GST)

This isn't really something to visit or to pop-by, but if you are expecting and looking for a suitable delivery suite - check out the new family room at Thomson Medical. 

Already a popular hospital for healthcare services for women and children, the family room is suitable for mummies to be accompanied by children and their husband. This is useful for mummies who does not have additional help or who wish to involve their first-born when they are recovering at the hospital.

The Family Room features a ModBed Elevated House Bed, a modular bed that grows according to your child’s needs with removable bed guards, poster tents, and roofs which provide easy access for kids, and a set of FIJN Clouds Play Table & Matching Play Chairs. 

11. Try Out The Performing Arts Classes at The New Emerge Arts & Media Academy

Venue: 6 Raffles Blvd, #03-142/143/144 Marina Square, Singapore 039594
Suitable for: 3 - 6 years old
Fee: $10 for 2 Classes

Emerge Arts & Media Academy is a new performing arts school located at Marina Square offering preschool trial classes are suitable for children between 3 to 6 years old. These classes include singing, ballet, jazz, hip-hop and musical theatre. 

Children who go through the course will be be introduced to music and movement in a fun way, infused with foundational vocal and dance techniques, music and storytelling. Props and toys are also used to cultivate the children’s creativity and interest for performing arts.

For just $10, you can attend 2 trial classes (can be for the same class type or different class types) to decide if it is suitable for your child. Simply purchase from BYKidO and make a booking with the school. 

12. Get Introduced To Basic Architecture Principles With Arkki Green Town Holiday Camp

Venue: 195 Pearl's Hill Terrace, #01-15, Singapore 168976
Dates: 14 - 15 Mar 2022, 9 am - 3 pm
Suitable for: 7 - 12 years old
Fee: $330 per pax

Arkki Singapore is a newly opened Singapore branch for the internationally renown Arkki School of Architecture for Children and Youth developed in Finland. 

For one of their first holiday camps in Singapore, Arkki Singapore will be introducing  basic architecture principles and providing kids with a hands-on experience where their ideas will come to life through scaled drawings and models.

The program will infuses the application of STEAM subjects, Humanities and Social Sciences with situation-based projects and support the development of innovation skills and competencies while the ideas, solutions and protypes will surround the theme of sustainability, nature, integration and future innovations.

The Arkki Singapore Children's Architecture Workshop: Green Town Project will be have one run from 14 to 15 Mar 2022 at 9 am to 3 pm with lunch and materials included. Participants will be between 7 to 12 years old and grouped by age during the camp. 

13. Gain New Experiences At A March Holiday Camp

Since the March Holidays are coming up, various schools and edutainment venues are coming up with new programmes and holiday camps. If you are looking for new experiences for the kids and is considering signing them up for a holiday camp, here's a list of Holiday Camps in March for your consideration. If you purchase a camp from bykido.com, you may use Promo Code: TOOMARCHFUN to enjoy 10% off too! 

So do check it out and see if there is anything that will interest your kids! 

14. Jump At The New Trampoline Park, Jumprrocks @ Kinex

*Photo Credits: Jumprrocks

Venue: 11 Tanjong Katong Road, #B1-05 Kinex, Singapore 437157
Opening Hours: 10 am - 7 pm (Mon - Thu), 10 am - 9 pm (Fri - Sun, PH, Eve of PH and School Holidays)
Admission: from $16 (Available on Klook)

For those who love bouncy castles and trampoline parks, you will want to check out the new Jumprrocks trampoline park at Kinex! Located at B1 of the mall, families will find 5 different zones, including an obstacle course, a battleground zone and more! 

We have not visited this new place yet, but if you do, remember to share your experience with us too! 

15. Heed The Bat-Signal And Meet Batman On Orchard Road

Venue: Level 1 Shaw House
Dates: 25 Feb - 13 Mar 2022
Fee: Free

‚ÄúThe Batman Unmask The Truth‚ÄĚ pop-up event, at Level 1 of Shaw House, Orchard Road, is the perfect selfie location with a life-sized Muckle figure of The Batman, a replica Bat-Signal and¬†a thematic photo booth.

Fans of the franchise can also find awesome displays of limited-edition merch from local Singaporean brands. Don't forget to spot the Bat-Signal on ION Orchard every night from 7-10pm!

16. Discover Local Farm Produce At The Kranji Countryside Farmers Market

Venue: City Sprouts, 102 Henderson Road, Singapore 159562
Date: 12 & 13 Mar 2022, 9 am - 1 pm
Fee: From $30

The two-day Farmers Market will be a ticketed weekend event which includes vouchers to shop at the Market Hall and for attending fun workshops suitable for families.

Families can shop at the market and also learn more about the farmers through demonstrations, show-and-tell, or tasting elements at their booth. You may also join the 7 workshops offered during the event too!

17. Learn Weird But True Facts At Gardens by the Bay

Venue: Cloud Forest, Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Date: 22 Feb - 31 Jul 2022, 9 am - 9 pm
Fee: Admission to Cloud Forest applies (Check tickets on Trip.com, Klook)

A quirky exhibit pops up at Cloud Forest at Gardens by the Bay. The Weird But True! exhibition dissects the strangest and weirdest facts and occurrences in science, food, pop culture and more. Through the experience, children (and you) will discover new interesting facts about the world around us! 

Presented in larger than life photos, colourful graphics and catchy texts, these will definitely capture the attention of your little ones! 

18. Snap Your Sakura Pictures With tokidoki at Gardens by the Bay

Venue: Gardens by the Bay, Flower Dome
Date: 4 Mar - 3 Apr 2022, 9 am - 9 pm
Fee: Admission to Flower Dome applies (Check tickets on Klook, Trip.com)

Over at the Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay, families will find¬†Fubuki, Ichiyo, Haru & Harumi, Yoshino and Sakurako ‚Ästtokidoki‚Äôs¬†five magical Unicornos and¬†SANDy and Donutella in making their debut at this year‚Äôs¬†Sakura floral display. So if you are a fan of the characters or everything cute, don't forget to head down this March!

19. Bike & Stay At Marina Bay With The New Bikecation Package from Mandarin Oriental

Venue: Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
Dates: Till 31 Aug 2022
Fee: From $399 per night

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore uses its convenient location and proximity to Marina Bay to launch a new Bikecation Package where families can enjoy a 4-hour bicycle rental as well as early check-in AND late check-out too! 

Riding around the vicinity presents many photo opportunities with landmarks such as the ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands, Merlion and more! After your ride, you can enjoy a refreshing dip in the hotel's pool that overlooks the Singapore Skyline too!

RELATED: 23 Kids-Friendly Staycation Ideas For Families

20. Have A Fun Time At The Brand New Urban Jungle Suite At Pan Pacific Singapore

Venue: 7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039595
Dates: From 18 Feb 2022
Fee: from $820 per night

Another new staycation option for families is the brand new Urban Jungle Suites at Pan Pacific Singapore! Launched in mid-Feb, there are just 2 themed family suites available for booking! 

The suite features separate sleeping zones for parents in the main bedroom; and for their little ones, a jungle-themed room with an inflatable rocking hippo, a teepee and a treehouse bunk bed that sleeps two children along with welcome amenity, Urban Jungle Survival Pack, and bath toys for fun soak in the tub.

Families who book the Urban Jungle Adventure Package will also enjoy access to the new indoor children’s play area, named Urban Jungle Village, is located on level four of the hotel looking out to the poolside.



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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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