The Best Things To Do With Kids In Singapore This Week (4 - 10 Jul 2022)



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Time to discover things to do this week with your little ones and family - create more family fun!

There's always a reason to create family fun - and this week, we help you with a list that includes a dinosaur adventure park, a "out of this world" experience, get your tickets to a mandarin children theatre performance and more!

And if this list of 5 is not enough, here's a full list of weekly recommendations that are still happening or join our Telegram group for the most up-to-date sharing too!

1. Meet Dinosaurs at The Dinosaur Adventure Park

Venue: Let's Play, Marina Square #03-208/209
Dates: 1 Jul - 25 Sep, 10 am - 10 pm
Admission: from $25

Happening at Let's Play @ Marina Square, the Dinosaur Adventure Park is a MUST GO for all dinosaur fans - young or not so young! You will get to meet with moving (and growling) dinosaurs at the Dino Park, play on dino-themed rides (there's even a giant Triceratops that you can ride on), have lots of dino-fun and meet with a "live" dinosaur too! 

Tickets are available from $25 for a 100min experience! 

2. Go Stargazing With The Science Centre Observatory

Location: Singapore Science Centre Observatory | 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433 
Hour: 7 pm - 10 pm on selected days
Admission: from $17

For an "out of this world" experience, head down to the Science Centre Singapore for a stargazing session at the Science Centre Observatory where there will be 2 different experiences to choose from, including the Fri Night Stargazing ($17) & Digital Planetarium Live Show ($80), and the more extensive Astronaut Experience. 

Tickets are extremely popular with the both experiences selling out early. So do read more and purchase your tickets soon!

3. Get Tickets To TLC's Gretal & Hansel

Venue: KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT, 20 Merbau Road
Date: From 27 Jul 2022 (Weekdays, 10am & 2pm | Weekends, 11am & 2pm)
Pricing: From $26 (excluding SISTIC fee)

First staged in English in 2019, Gretel and Hansel (in Mandarin) is a heartfelt, humorous and exciting tale about sibling rivalry, family love, courage and understanding what it means to be a big sister! The two children become both characters and storytellers as they bring audiences on a thrilling and imaginative journey.

Gretel and Hansel will help encourage children to work together, appreciate their siblings and understand the importance of family love.

4. Visit Some Of The Best Outdoor Playgrounds!

Venue: Around Singapore
Pricing FREE

Did you know that Singapore probably has the most number of playgrounds per square meter of land space in the world? With a playground at almost every block away, the choices of where to play are aplenty! Narrow down your options with our list of the Best Outdoor Playgrounds (ALL FREE) in Singapore especially compiled for families always looking for more fun! 

From water play to sand play, from slides to swings, you will find the best in the list and more in our round up of the best outdoor places to go for fun - and all for free! 

5. Catch The NDP2022 Rehearsal Fireworks

Venue: Marina Bay Area
Dates2, 9, 16, 23, 30 July (rehearsals), 9 Aug (actual day)
Pricing Free

The National Day Parade (NDP) 2022 will be held on 9 August 2022 at The Float@Marina Bay. Families can expect the Red Lions, aerial fly past, marching contingents, spectacular performances, fireworks and more! Not just at the Marina Bay, there will also be activities happening throughout the island for more people to enjoy the festivities! 

For families who did not manage to get tickets to parade, you can still head down to the Marina Bay area to catch the fireworks! Just note that it does get crowded - to help you plan your visit, do check out the rehearsal dates and firework timings for those who feel like making the trip! 

 



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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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