Guides and Reviews @ Singapore — Permanent RSS

Singapore | Johor Bahru | Kuala Lumpur | Tokyo | Taipei | Perth | Bangkok | Bali

Share with other Parents or Go Back


Your Ultimate Guide to Enjoying a Family Homecation Part 2

Plan the best #homecation for your family; Movie nights, walks in the park and more things to do in Singapore with your kids during the holidays! Previously, when the Circuit Breaker measures were in place, we published a guide to enjoying a family homecation (a vacation at home), since simply binging on Netflix might start to get monotonous. Now that we’re well into phase 2 of post-Circuit Breaker and you are free to venture out, we figured we’ll help you plan another Homecation! This one, not restricted to within the walls of your house, especially since many places are now open. Alternatively, you can book a staycation at a hotel to stretch out your legs. 1. Just Chill Out Source:...

Continue reading



5 Quieter Parks for a Stroll Away from the Crowd

Our little red dot is not just a rojak of different cultures, but also different kinds of places. We’ve got high-rise apartments and towering buildings, colonial buildings and green lungs if you ever need to escape the noisy city life for a short while to recharge. Since we have to follow safety measures and keep our distance from others during this time, we’ve rounded up a list of quieter parks where you can hide away from the crowd! 1. Green Corridor Location: Near Old Bukit Timah Railway Station With lush vegetation growing on either of its sides, Green Corridor is an aptly named place. Although it’s still a work in progress, you can take a stroll along its trail for...

Continue reading



4 Free Tools to Help you Check Crowd Status in Singapore

As we progress further into Phase 2 of post-Circuit Breaker, we should continue to adhere to safety precautions such as wearing masks, maintaining a safe distance from others and keeping our hands clean. And while we should try to stay at home as much as possible (especially when we’re sick), with so many places in Singapore reopening, from libraries and museums to attractions, it is understandable if you want to go out with your family. Source: Aloysius Chow/Straits Times We’ve compiled a list of free tools that will help you to check the crowd status of different places across Singapore that you may wish to visit. That way, you’ll still be able to enjoy your day out while keeping away...

Continue reading



Singapore Holidays for 2021 | School holidays, public holidays & long weekends

Source: Singapore Tourism Board COVID-19 has changed much in 2020, including the way we spend our holidays. 2021 may or may not be different from 2020 and we may be unsure of what it brings but one thing we know for sure are the dates of our 11 gazetted public holidays, including four long weekends (8 if you put your leaves to good use)! Public Holidays Jan 1: New Year’s Day Feb 12 & 13: Chinese New Year Apr 2: Good Friday May 1: Labour Day May 13: Hari Raya Puasa May 26: Vesak Day Jul 20: Hari Raya Haji Aug 9: National Day Nov 4: Deepavali Dec 25: Christmas Day School Holidays Youth Day: Jul 4, following Monday, Jul...

Continue reading



6 Best Ice-cream Parlors in Singapore that Offer Home Delivery

Ice-cream in this cold weather?! Well, eating ice-cream in the sweltering heat might give one sweet-sweet relief but eating ice-cream in this kind of chilly weather also has its attractions. And if you’re not one to pass up the creamy, cold treat, regardless of the weather, here are 6 best ice-cream parlors in Singapore that offer home delivery! 1. Creamier Source: Creamier Handcrafted Ice-cream & Coffee Creamier Handcrafted Ice-cream & Coffee Toa Payoh, Gilman Barracks & Tiong Bahru | Tue – Sun: 12 pm – 10 pm Home-grown ice-cream store with original flavors offers 473ml ice-cream pints and golden waffles for delivery, popular flavors like the Earl Grey Lavender and Roasted Pistachio sells out fast Delivery: $18 | Free for...

Continue reading