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Places to go this Weekend - Splash @ Kidz Amaze

If you have not done so, I highly recommend heading down to Splash Kidz Amaze @ SAFRA Punggol. I have been procrastinating about going but finally went, and it was such a FUN experience!  When you see the playground from the payment counter, it seemed underwhelming but once you enter, you will understand that you it was only a tiny portion of the entire play area!  If your LO is younger or afraid of water, you can stay around the wading area. With many water sprays, fountains and even a baby slide, I saw several families enjoying the entire time @ the wading area.  If your LO is a Water Playground Expert, head over to the main playground. With 5 slides...

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Things to do this Weekend - The Animal Resort

Location: Animal Resort | 81 Seletar West Farmway 5, Singapore 798061Date: DailyHour: 10 am - 6 pm Admission: FREE The Animal Resort is one of the last few farmways and it's possible to get lost making your way there! So, take out your GPS / Google Maps before you get lost in the tiny winding roads leading to The Animal Resort. It truly feels like you are not in Singapore the moment you turn into the offbeat path! The Animal Resort is free for walk-ins (but they charge for groups) and is open from 10am to 6pm. If you Bring Your Kid Out to The Animal Resort, you will probably spend about half a day. Spend the day feeding the horse, fishes, ducks, rabbits, etc....

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Free things to do on the Weekend - Castle Beach

Location: East Coast Park | 1220 East Coast Parkway, Singapore 468960Date: Every Saturday and SundayHour: 3.30 pm - 7.00 pmAdmission: FREE Sandcastle building at East Coast Park Located near the East Coast Food Center, Carpark E2 is a place where sandcastle building enthusiast gather. Ranging from experts with shovels and all the nick knacks to the LOs that use plastic cups and spoons picked up along the beach. Castle Beach, a social enterprise, runs the area and you can see from the photos that they also build the largest castle! You may purchase the tools from them. For $50, you can get the buckets, shovels and mini soldiers to decorate your castle, they even offer their expertise! Or you can choose to be...

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