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6 Family-friendly Attractions We Can’t Wait To Get Back To | Theme Parks, Museums And More

Remember the time when the family spent the weekend out and about? With the gradual Phase 2 reopening, we can't wait to start visiting our favourite venues again. After being stuck at home for nearly three months, staring at the walls, we’re longing to be back to our theme parks, museums, parks, and other attractions. With more and more places reopening again, we thought we would take a look back at some of the places we just can’t wait to get back to! 1. ArtScience Museum Source: ArtScience Museum 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974 | Mon – Sun: 10 am – 7 pm Reopening: 1 Jul 2020 (Future World and 2219: Futures Imagined) Home to an array of immersive exhibits, the...

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Is Sentosa Open? | Here's what you can do from 1 July

Madame Tussauds Singapore, Universal Studios Singapore, S.E.A. Aquarium, and the casino at Resorts World Sentosa will reopen from 1 July.  From 1 July 2020, selected attractions will be re-opening, including Madame Tussauds Singapore, Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A Aquarium on Sentosa. F&B establishments on the island are also resuming dining-in progressively, and other island experiences such as Sentosa's beaches and nature trails as well as the outdoor areas at Fort Siloso and the Fort Siloso Skywalk have also reopened. Other attractions on the island, like the Magical Shores at Siloso, will continue to be closed during this period and be opened progressively.  Sentosa F&B Fun Deals If you plan to head out for a family dinner or a romantic dinner date with the spouse, here's...

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Attractions to Reopen in Singapore on 1 July | Capacity Capped at 25%

13 Attractions, including the WRS Parks and USS will be resuming operations from 1 July 2020 but capacity will be capped!  Photo Credits: WRS Singapore If you have been eagerly waiting since the Phase 2 Re-Opening announcement on when you may visit the Singapore Zoo or Bird Park, we got some good news for you! Following announcements regarding the re-opening of Museums and the Libraries, the Ministry of Trade and Singapore Tourism Board has announced that 13 attractions will be allowed to resume operations from 1 July 2020.  Which 13 Attractions?  Bounce Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay Jurong Bird Park Madame Tussauds River Safari Singapore Zoo Zero Latency ArtScience Museum, Sands SkyPark and Observation Deck and Casino at Marina...

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7 Best Value Annual Family Memberships You Should Own in 2020

Annual passes oftentimes feel like they cost an arm and maybe a kidney but in a small country like Singapore with a little one, you are bound to visit certain attractions at least three times. Or ten times. And when you compare the cost of each individual trip to the annual pass, you’ll be wondering why you didn’t get an annual pass earlier. To help you save some dollars in the long run, we’ve compiled a list of 7 Annual Family Memberships with the most value.    1. Sentosa Island Photo credits Sentosa Membership: Islander Family MembershipFee: First-year: $50 | Subsequent years: $40/yearValid For: 1 main cardholder and up to 4 immediate family members The State of Fun does not joke...

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6 Spooktacular Things to Do in Singapore for This Halloween That’s Not Kid-Proofed

*a wrong link was added in our newsletter on 6th Nov, click here for the article on farms in Singapore.  Dressing up with your little ones and going treat or treating together as a family can be much fun but it is not spooky enough for our fellow horror-lovers to revel in the Halloween spirit. And if that’s how you feel, fret not, here’s a list of 6 spooktacular things you can do in Singapore for this Halloween when the kids go to bed! 1. Take a Trip to USS’s Halloween Horror Nights! Photo credits Resorts World Sentosa Universal Studios Singapore’s Halloween Fun for Everyone may have just launched this year but the Halloween Horror Nights has been spooking folks...

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