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7 Museums in Singapore to Go Exploring with Your Kids

For an edutaining time with your little ones, here are 7 museums in Singapore you should visit! Source (from left to right): National Museum of Singapore, National Gallery Singapore, GSM Project, ArtScience Museum, Asian Civilisations Museum Now that the museums in Singapore have reopened, gone are the days of touring museums from around the world online. You’re finally free to experience the splendor of the museums, stimulate your mind and cultivate imagination together in-person! Before you grab your kids and put on your shoes to go exploring, you should familiarize yourself with the safety management measures put in place at the respective museums, which includes the use of SafeEntry upon entry and exit, temperature taking and wearing masks at all...

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Phase 2 Attractions Reopening Singapore: Safety Guidelines To Take Note Of

Attractions, such as the Zoo, River Safari, ArtScience Museums, etc, will be opening as part of Singapore Phase 2 Reopening. Here are the guidelines you need to take note of before heading down. Photo Credit: Wildlife Reserves Singapore Starting from 1 July 2020, a number of attractions will be gradually reopening as part of Singapore's phase 2 reopening. Don't expect things to be back to pre-COVID 19, so here are a number of guidelines that you need to take note of before heading down.  Attractions Reopening Photo Credits: Garden by the Bay ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands Skypark and Observation Deck: 1 July 2020, Open to Sands Reward Members only. Singapore Zoo, River Safari, and Jurong Bird Park: 4 July 2020 (Friends...

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Museums to Reopen on 26 June 2020 | Singapore Phase 2 Reopening

Museums will reopen on 26 June 2020 and heritage centres on July 3 according to the National Heritage Board. Photo Credits: National Museum of Singapore The Asian Civilisations Museum, the National Museum of Singapore, and the National Gallery Singapore will reopen on 26 June 2020, while the Malay Heritage Centre, Indian Heritage Centre, and Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall will do so a week later on 3 July.  Safety Measures Operating capacity will be reduce to 25% of the venue, and visitors will be limited to groups of 5 people with a safe distance of 1m between each group.  SafeEntry Check-ins and outs, temperature taking and masks will be required by all visitors and employees.  Children Exhibits to Remain...

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Halloween 2019: A List of Kids-friendly Spooks & Parties Happening in Singapore

Fall is a time for taking a stroll along a stretch of picturesque trees in shades of red with a cup of spiced tea in your hand. If you’re anywhere else but in Singapore that is. However, since we’re not big on all that here, the next best thing to do in October has got to be enjoying Halloween! You don’t have to sit out on the fun if you have little ones because you’re worried it might be too intense for the tots, for there’s plenty of kids-friendly spooks happening around this little red dot! Here’s a list of all the fun and frightful Halloween parties around the island! Happy trick or treating to all monsters, little and big!...

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4 Places You can Bring Your Little Ones to this Racial Harmony Day

If you have little ones in school, you’re probably aware of Racial Harmony Day, started in 1997 in commemoration the 1964 racial riots and that day falls on 21st Jul 2019 every year. As adults, Racial Harmony Day tends to fall off our mind but if you’ve got little ones, it’s the ideal time to introduce your little ones to the various cultures in Singapore. Here are 4 places in Singapore you can bring your little ones to learn more about the different cultures. 1. Malay Heritage Centre Museum Photo credits Malay Heritage Centre Built more than a century ago, the Malay Heritage Centre was previously the Istana Kampong Glam. Today, this former palace of the Malay sultans, showcases the...

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