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The Best Things To Do With Kids In Singapore This Week (13 - 19 Sep 2021)



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This week, we look at across the island for an array of exciting activities that you can do with your family! 

This week we share some of the exciting places and activities that we came across that will sure to delight families! 

Moon-LIT @ Singapore Discovery Centre

Venue: Singapore Discovery Centre
Date: 4 - 26 Sep, 1pm - 6 pm (Weekday), 11 am - 8 pm (Weekend)
Admission: Free

Don't miss out on Moon-Lit, Singapore Discovery Centre's Mid-Autumn celebrations with free and exciting events for the kids and families! From going on a Lantern Walk around the peaceful and beautifully lit Discovery Lake to running around in a self-guided centre-wide trail activity, there is so much fun to be had at SDC's Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations. 

Read more about Moon-Lit and the various happenings. 

Go Kayaking For Free @ PAssion WaVe

Venue: PAssion WaVe outlets
Dates: 1 - 30 Sep 2021 (weekdays only)
Fees: Free

PAssion WaVe is launching its annual ‘Rent-a Craft, Pay-by-Trash’ campaign this September! Through this campaign, you can enjoy a 2-hr rental of a kayak or Stand-up Paddle (SUP) by helping to clean up the wateways! 

This campaign is available every weekday in September 2021 at all 6 PAssion WaVe outlets. However the necessary certification is required for rental at the sea outlets. 

Booking is required and slots are open every Monday for the week. Read more about the ‘Rent-a Craft, Pay-by-Trash’ campaign

Hop On The Otah & Friends Bus And Go On A Farm Tour

Venue: Starting point / Ending point at Chinatown
Dates: Selected weekends
Fees: $45 per pax

Visit the Koh Fah Technology Farm and the Hay Dairies Farm on the Otah & Friends bus in this half-day farms tour. At Koh Far Technology Farm, you will get to learn more about hydoponics farming and even harvest your own hydroponics lettuce too! At Hay Dairies, you will get to feed the goats and try the fresh goat's milk! 

You will head home with an exclusive Otah & Friends cushion as a souvenir and memory of the experience! Get more details about tickets, or see more pictures from our Otah & Friends Farm Tour experience

Visit The New Fungus Humongous Exhibition @ The Artground

Photo Credits: The Artground

Venue: The Artground, Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road, Block J #01-40, Singapore 439053
Opening Hours: 9.30 am - 4.30 pm (Wed - Fri), 9.15 am - 5 pm (Sat & Sun)
Admission: Free with refundable deposit

Fungus Humongous opens from 15 Sep, and features a magical forest where everything, from fallen branches to all kinds of fungi, has been scaled up to huge proportions. Within the art space, children can explore the various play structures which includes climbing, sliding and various obstacles.

Admission is free, however families will need to pre-book your visit and provide a $15 refundable deposit. Read more about Fungus Humongous by NAYA and see what else do you have to take note before visiting!

Visit The Newly Opened Bukit Gombak Park

Photo Credits: NParks

VenueAlong Bukit Batok West Avenue 5, opposite Bukit Batok Driving Centre
Lighting Hours7:00 pm to 7:00 am
Admission: Free

The 4.8-hectare Bukit Gombak Park opened recently and provides families with a space to enjoy recreational activities while getting close to nature. You can expect a nature-themed outdoor playground, a butterfly garden at the peak of the park, and the first dog run in Bukit Gombak too. 

When visiting, don't forget to drop by the highly instagrammable Paddle & Whisk cafe. The standalone glasshouse features floor to ceiling glass windows that allows the natural sunlight in, adding to it's charm! 

Read more about the Bukit Gombak Park before heading down this weekend! 

 


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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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