The Best Things To Do With Kids In Singapore This Week (13 - 19 Feb 2023)

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Time to have February fun with lots of new and exciting play, arts, nature and sports options this week!

Families can expect a good mix of family fun this week with the opening of a fun carnival, reopening of the Peranakan Museum, a chance to play table tennis for free and the launch of the Rail Corridor (North). Time to have fun at one of this new experiences!

This is just a compilation of our weekly 5 ideas, if you need more ideas for family fun, do head over to our weekly updated list of weekly recommendations or join our Telegram group for the most up-to-date sharing too!

1. Singapore Smash Invites You To Play Table Tennis For Free

Venue: Multiple venues, details below
Dates: 15 Jan - 19 Mar 2023
Admission: Free

Singapore Smash is bringing table tennis to the heartlands and opportunities for all to play across the island. Enjoy table tennis every week in 18 venue around the island in the lead up to and during Singapore Smash 2023! 

Table tennis tables will be set up throughout Singapore and everyone is welcome to try their hand at playing table tennis on the very same tables used by the best players in the world. Locations include Downtown East with NTUC Club, SAFRA Tampines, ActiveSG Sengkang Sport Centre, as well as People’s Association centres at Radin Mas, Macpherson and Kampong Glam. 

2. Enjoy Outdoor Carnival Fun @ Eastpoint Mall

Venue: Eastpoint Mall
Dates: 17 Feb - 5 Mar 2023

Head to Eastpoint Mall this February to enjoy a fun-filled carnival experience at the J'Kids Outdoor Carnival, located at the outdoor area near the main entrance of the mall. Starting on 17 February, you'll find a variety of activities like bouncy castles, carnival games, and more, perfect for the whole family to enjoy.

But that's not all! Shoppers who spend at the mall can also take advantage of exclusive perks at the carnival. Simply make a purchase at the mall to redeem the following:

  • $2 Discount Voucher:¬†Spend $20 at the mall to redeem a $2 discount voucher. Limit of 3 same-day transactions. Redemption is at the J'Kids counter.
  • $10 Fun Card:¬†Spend $50 to redeem a $10 Fun Card. Limited to the first 200 redemptions, with a limit of 3 same-day transactions and a minimum of $10 per transaction. Redemption is¬†via the Frasers Experience app at Eastpoint Mall‚Äôs Customer Service Counter (Level 2).

For more information, please visit the Customer Service Counter (Level 2).

3. A Party at the Reopened Peranakan Museum

Venue: 39 Armenian St, Singapore 179941
Dates: 17 to 19 Feb 2023, 5 pm - 10 pm
Admission: Free

The Peranakan Museum is set to reopen its doors to the public from 17 February 2023. The refurbished building boasts 9 galleries across 3 floors and will feature brand new permanent galleries, with exceptional objects from Peranakan material culture, as well as a fresh new exhibition design and visitor experience.

Be among the first at our opening weekend party to experience nine newly refreshed galleries of all things Peranakan. Plus, join in the festivities with Peranakan communities, including special performances of fashion and dance, food at the makan market, as well as gallery tours and craft workshops.

Experience something new as Peranakan Museum returns with old favourites and new discoveries.

4. Go Trekking at the New Rail Corridor (North)

Venue: from opposite Kranji MRT Station to Spooner Road

The Rail Corridor (North) opened recently, marking more than 21km of seamless connectivity for visitors along the Rail Corridor. You can now explore Rail Corridor from opposite Kranji MRT station to Spooner Road! 

Located opposite Kranji MRT station, the new Kranji node features a 250 m rustic nature trail and next to it, a 2,000 sqm events field suitable for community events. This area also features an enhanced trail that connects you to the central and southern sections of the Rail Corridor, whether you are walking or cycling.

At the other end, the new Hillview Bridge replaces the old girder bridge serving the Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) Railway Line between Singapore and Peninsular Malaysia, which was dismantled in 2011. Just a short walk away from the new Hillview Bridge, the approximately 6 m-high lookout deck at the Hillview node offers fresh air and great views against the scenic backdrop of Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and Dairy Farm Nature Park.


5. Discover Singapore's WWII History at Battle for Singapore 2023

Dates: 10 Feb - 5 Mar 2023

Battle for Singapore 2023 will take participants on a journey to trace the roots of Singapore’s wartime past, and uncover the hidden stories about various World War II (WWII) sites. The National Heritage Board is offering more than 30 unique programmes and over 100 tour runs that cover various aspects of Singapore’s WWII history. Some of the highlights for families are 

  • Step aboard for an¬†exclusive sneak peek¬†into the refreshed Navy Museum before her¬†official opening, and uncover the story of the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) on 25 Feb 2023
  • Take part in the¬†Outdoor Survival activities at Reflection at Bukit Chandu¬†to sharpen your navigation¬†skills, learn how to start a fire safely, pick up basic first aid skills and more! Complete all¬†stations and bring home a mystery gift.
  • Head to National Museum of Singapore to take in a¬†storytelling session based on the popular children‚Äôs book Timmy & Tammy Talking¬†to Grandpa about the War, children will learn about banana money and food ration cards¬†that were used during the Japanese Occupation in Singapore, and speak with¬†Great-grandma, who lived through WWII.¬†


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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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