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These Circuit Breaker Promos are Offering Discounted Admissions to Popular Attractions

As we phase-out of the Covid-19 Circuit Breaker, restrictions are being slowly lifted and that means we’ll soon see the reopening of attractions and recreational places like the Singapore Zoo, indoor playgrounds and parks. While we’re not yet sure when that would be, some of these places are offering promotions on tickets and memberships that can be used when they reopen and you might find it useful.  Not only will you be able to make some savings, but you’ll also be able to support these organizations. 1. Airzone: Up to 50% OFF Source: Singapore Airlines This suspended indoor playground is offering a series of Circuit Breaker Specials that will be valid for 3 months after the reopening. The 4+4 season...

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Best Restaurants for Mummies and Daddies to Wine & Dine | Sept 2019

We share restaurants we come across that's suitable for different occasions. For a party, a family meal, a date night or simply for you to try a new place - let us help you discover restaurants to excite your taste buds!  First Sesame Street Themed Pop-up Café Who: Kumoya Singapore Where: 8 Jalan Klapa Singapore 199320 Why: Sesame Street galore! If you haven’t heard of Kumoya Singapore before, it is a pop-up theme café serving up drool-worthy Japanese-French inspired fares, and every so often, they refresh their theme. This time, they’ve transformed into a Sesame Street themed café in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the long-time favorite show.Not only do Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch and Abby...

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First Sesame Street Pop-up Café in Singapore | Now till Dec at Kumoya

Location: Kumoya @ 8 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199320Date: 26 Sep - 29 Dec 2019Hour:  Tue - Thu, Sun: 12pm - 9.30pm Fri & Sat: 12pm - 10.30pm Mon: Closed Price: $11.90 - $27.90 Sesame Street is celebrating it’s 50th anniversary and Kumoya is joining in on the fun. You can expect Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch, Abby to be at Kumoya for this year-end!  Sesame Street @ Kumoya If you know Kumoya, you will know that the themed cafe is no stranger in transformation! And this time, the Japanese - French inspired cafe will be transformed into Sesame Street!  Also Read: Sesame Street Run Race Categories and Entitlements Have your meal while being surrounded by all your favourite Sesame Street Characters!...

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Visit the Singapore Sports Hub for the LARGEST Japan Summer Festival 2019 | September

Location:  Singapore Sports Hub, National StadiumDate: 7 & 8 Sep 2019Hour: 12 pm - 9 pmAdmission: $6 (online, sales end 6 Sep) | $8 (onsite) Where you at the Singapore Sports Hub for last year's Japan Summer Festival? It's back this weekend BIGGER and BETTER with a line-up of fun, food and activities for the family!  Here's your chance to immerse in Japanese culture without stepping into Japan, and here are some highlights for families!  Sign up for our newsletter to be updated on Weekly Family Happenings!  1. Over 100 Authentic Japanese Booths We are not referring to just food and merchandise, but Japanese Carnival Games for families to have fun together too! Game booth such as Yo-Yo Tsuri (fish for your...

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7 Last Min Teachers' Day Gift Ideas | Made and Bought

Teachers are an amazing bunch of people who spend lots of time with our children and are like family to our kids too! Here are a couple of last min Teachers' Day gift ideas for you to whip up in a jiffy. Just in case you have not had time to make / buy yours!  1. Make Your Own Honey Joys Combine this easy to make recipe with a nice container or wrap to create a Teachers' Day gift in just an hour or so!  Last Min Days: 1 day 2. Flowers - Same Day Delivery A wise man once said, if money can solve the issue, its not an issue - we came across a list of suitable flowers for...

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