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The Bubble Tea Factory at Orchard Road | What is it?

Date: 19 October to 18 December 2019Time: Weekdays - 4pm to 10pm; Weekends - 10am to 10pmVenue: *SCAPE (2 Orchard Link, Singapore 237978)Admission: $24 on weekdays, $28 on weekends/PH/eve of PH Immerse yourself in all-things bubble tea at The Bubble Tea Factory, a multi-sensory exhibition right here in Singapore! Running for just two months, come and delight in a feast for the senses as you step into an enchanting world inspired by Singapore’s favourite drink. View this post on Instagram A post shared by BYKidO: Bring Your Kid Out (@bringyourkidout) on Oct 16, 2019 at 3:30am PDT What to expect? Lots of instagrammable moments, and fun time with the LOs!  From upside-down bubble tea trees and visually stunning installations, to creative and delicious...

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7 Things to do with Your Little Ones at Youths Celebrate! | Gardens by the Bay

Youths Celebrate!, packed with a host of exciting programmes, from neon light installations to live performances, may be a youth’s festival but there are plenty of things you can do with your little ones! And on top of that most of the programs are free! Here’s our pick of 7 things you can have fun doing with your little ones at the festival! 1. Neon Jungle Location: Supertree Grove Date: 18 Oct – 27 Oct 2019 Hour: 7 pm – 11 pm Admission: Free Step into a brilliant world of plants at Neon Jungle, where you’ll find displays of neon installations of plants found in Gardens by the Bay! Children of all ages will be enchanted by the sculptures on...

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National Museum of Singapore 132nd Anniversary Celebrations | Family Fun with Programs & Activities

Location: National Museum of Singapore Date: 12 Oct – 13 Oct 2019 Hour: 11 am – 6 pm Admission: Free What is happening? The oldest museum in Singapore, the National Museum of Singapore is celebrating its 132nd anniversary this weekend and they’re inviting you to join in the celebrations with an array of family-friendly activities. You can catch a live, interactive performance about a trader’s experience, which beginning at the Rotunda, will bring you on a journey to the exhibition. To learn more about the ages-old building housing the museum, you can register for the building tour, suitable for kids above 7 years old. However, do note that spaces are limited, you can either pre-register online or register on-site from...

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Its an October PlayDate at The Grandstand - Play, Fun and Learn!

Location: The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road #03-12 Melodious Cove, Singapore 287994Date: 26th Oct 2019Hour: 9 am - 1 pmAdmission: $5 (Exclusively on BYKidO, U.P. $10) Click here to purchase.  Try New Classes and Have Fun With Your LOs This is an opportunity to bond with your little ones while trying out new and fun enrichment activities at The Grandstand! The October Playdate gives you a sneak peek into the different classes held by different schools so that you can experience more in one session! You and your child will get to try out activities involving craft, robotics and much more!  Priced at a special discounted rate of $5 for BYKidO (U.P. $10), the sessions are grouped by age, 3 - 5 yrs and 6...

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Singapore Zoo & Jurong Bird Park in October | Fight the Deadliest Monster + Free Entry for Kids

Location: Singapore Zoo | Jurong Bird Park Date: 1 Oct – 31 Oct 2019 Hour: 8.30 am – 6.00 pm (last entry: 5.30 pm) Admission: $35/adult | Free for kids What is happening? October is looking to be a great month to swing by Singapore Zoo and Jurong Bird Park with your little ones. Aside from being able to see the wild furry creatures and colorful feathery friends, you can join in the parks’ efforts to fight the deadliest monster, plastic. Did you know that every year over a million animals are killed by plastic, either by getting entangled in the debris or by consuming them? As part of ongoing efforts to conserve biodiversity, this month Singapore Zoo and Jurong...

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