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14 Free Outdoor Playgrounds in the East for Your Tots’ Playtime

You’ve probably seen our list of outdoor playgrounds in the north, now it’s time for the east! While it may not have as many quirky structures as the north, the east does has its own watermelons, mangosteens and bumboat. Whether you’re an eastsider looking for a new spot for your little ones’ playtime or you’re visiting the east with your little ones, here’s a list of 14 free outdoor playgrounds in the east to check out! 1. Pasir Ris Park Playground Photo credits National Parks Location 110 Pasir Ris Rd, Singapore 519113 Operating hours Daily: 24 hrs With Pasir Ris Park’s playground being one of the largest in Singapore, it is worth taking a trip for even if you live...

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A Quintessential Guide to Carparks in Singapore with Free Parking

There might not be free lunch in this world but there’s free parking in Singapore and thank god for that. After all, living is not exactly cheap in Singapore, so we’ll take all the savings we can. If you’re like us, then this list is for you. We’ll keep you updated through the year and if you know of any changes to the parking rates/carparks, you can keep us updated as well! NORTH Orchid Country Club Free Parking Mon – Sun: All-day (For visitors only) Address: 1 Orchid Club Rd Singapore 769162 Opening hours: Daily/24 hrs Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve Free Parking Mon – Sun: 7 am – 7 pm Address: 301 Neo Tiew Cres Singapore 718925 Opening hours: Daily/7...

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A Very Helpful Guide to Free Playgrounds in Shopping Malls

Whether you want to take shelter from the rain, escape from the scorching sun, or need to get your shopping done, you can keep your little ones busy with playtime at these malls with free playgrounds! Central | North | East | South | West Central City Square Mall 3 playgrounds – an indoor playground in the basement, an orange netted playground near the entrance and an inclusive playground Indoor Playground: small, standard playground suitable for little ones Orange Playground: Rope playground suitable for slightly older kids who love climbing Inclusive Playground: Climbing net, slides, wobbly bridge, inclusive swings and merry-go-round Location City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Road Singapore 208539 Operating hours Daily: 10 am – 10 pm Junction 8...

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Shaw Theatres Dreamers @ Jewel: THE Movie Theatre for Families with Beanies, Soft Lighting and Play Area

Location: 78, Airport Boulevard, Jewel, #B2-237 Changi Airport Singapore, 819666Date: All DaysHour: Based on Movie TimingAdmission: From $5 (details in article) Shaw Theatres Dreamers Shaw Theatres Dreamers is Singapore's first movie theatre designed with the family in mind, what that means is Soft lighting: won't lose your child in a pitch dark setting Softer audio: kids won't get frighten by loud sounds Beanies: comfy beanies at the front of the theatre for the kids to settle in to watch the show (and this ties-in with softer audio, because they are quieter too) Ball pits and tunnels: to keep the kids occupied before (and sometimes during) the movie The theatre seats are also decked in more colors, walls are decked with murals and wall...

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52 Things to Do in Singapore for Families and Kids!

Singapore may be small but the amount of things you can do in this little red dot is not. Here are some places to go, things to do and sights to see you with which you can fill your weekends out with your little ones. PAID 1. Go Splashing at Adventure Cove Source Whether you want to escape the humid weather or need a relieve from all the things you have to do, Adventure Cove has a cure for you. Simply float along with the waves or take your adventurous spirit for a ride on slides that twist turn and plummet you into a pool of water. Source Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269 Date: Daily Hour: 10...

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