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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...

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13 Awesome Free Water Playgrounds in Singapore

Sitting in an air-conditioned room right by your room might seem like a great idea in Singapore's toasty weather but where's the fun in that? Instead why not head out for some refreshing splash-splash at these awesome water playgrounds with your kiddies? It's fun and best of all, it's free! 1. Far East Organization Children’s Garden | Gardens by the Bay Photo credits Grant Partnership Nestled within the verdant vegetation of Gardens by the Bay, is a garden of another kind. Here the orchids spew water. Of course that’s not all the splish-splash action awaiting you and your little kiddos. There’s water tunnels, various water jets and sprays, and fish fountains to dance under! RELATED: BYKidO Visits Gardens by the...

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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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Introducing Singapore’s Favorite Kids Friendly Mall | Voted by Parents

We asked you for your vote, and we have the answer now, these are the top 3 Malls voted by you as the MOST Kids Friendly in Singapore!  Also Read: June Holiday Guide 2019 - The Best Guide to Activities and Events for the June Holidays! 1. Winner VivoCity Photo credits VivoCity Not only does VivoCity provide a spectacular view of Sentosa, with multitudes of dining outlets to spoil you for choice and a Play Court so massive it’s enough to keep the kiddies entertained for hours, it’s the perfect mall for families.  Which is why we’re not surprised at VivoCity pocketing the top spot for Kids Friendly Malls in Singapore with over 23% of votes!  Location: VivoCity, 1 Harbourfront...

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4 Family-Friendly Malls to Check Out in Singapore

A wide variety of cuisines to pick from? Check. Plenty of outlets to shop with abandon? Check. A little something entertaining for mummies and daddies to indulge in with kiddies? Check check check.    Here are 4 malls that have passed our family-friendliess check (was that one check too many?).  1. Suntec City Mall Source Location: 3 Temasek Blvd, Singapore 038983 Date: Daily Hour: 10 am – 10 pm With outlets ranging from Indian, Chinese, Malay to Western, Japanese and Thai, the only problem you’ll be having when it comes to dining is deciding where you want to lunch at. If you have a little one in tow, Marche Movenpick might be a better choice. All the adventures your tots...

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