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The Greatest List of Indoor Playgrounds in Singapore to Bring Your Kid Out!

To help you Bring Your Kids Out, we've searched high and low to bring you the ultimate list of indoor playgrounds in Singapore!  Although we say indoor playgrounds, there may be a few open-air playgrounds here and there, as this is a compilation of (almost) all the playgrounds in Singapore that require an admission fee. As this list is been constantly updated, make sure to bookmark us and check back often! Or you could also sign up for our mailing list to keep in the loop!  Psst . . . we also have a List of Free Playgrounds that is ever-growing, something else to bookmark!  Click to navigate: Amazonia | Aquarius Cove | AIRZONE | Buds by Shangri-La | Giggly Feet |...

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Magical Shores at Siloso | Sentosa's Interactive Beach Light Art Attraction

Location: Sentosa, Siloso BeachDate: All DaysHour: 7.30 pm to 10.30 pm (15-min cycles)Admission: FREE (Island admission applies) Magical Shores at Siloso is Singapore's first interactive beach light art attraction - a multi-sensory showcase that transforms Siloso Beach into a calming and captivating night-time spectacle! View this post on Instagram A post shared by BYKidO: Bring Your Kid Out (@bringyourkidout) on Jan 22, 2020 at 4:11pm PST Spanning 400m across Siloso Beach, the captivating Magical Shores at Siloso Beach will immerse guest in a soothing symphony of light, sound and mystical fog. The attraction includes 2 interactive areas (outside Ola Beach Club, and SkyPark by AJ Heckett) for families to interact with the light art on the beach while enjoying the soothing background sounds.  An Interactive Experience...

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List of Free Outdoor Playgrounds in Singapore | Playgrounds Pictures and Videos included!

We compiled a list of the best Free Outdoor Playgrounds to help you know what to expect before visiting! You will find information on the individual playgrounds, as well as pictures and videos too! We visited every playground in this list, so expect our review and tips for your visit too! For a more comprehensive list and to search by location, download The BYKidO App now!                 Help more Parents bring their kids out and Be a Contributor too!  Simply share with us your experience at any playground and we will share it with our community of Parents too! Let's help more families bring their kids out! Send us information, pictures and videos to...

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New Nature Park With Dry And Wet Play Areas Opens @Jurong Lake Gardens

Let's take a look at the play areas at the newly opened Jurong Lake Gardens! We got lots of pictures to help you see what to expect!  View this post on Instagram A post shared by BYKidO: Bring Your Kid Out (@bringyourkidout) on Apr 28, 2019 at 11:23pm PDT 1. Jurong Lake Gardens Playground: Forest Ramble Location: Lakeside Garden (close to the Chinese Garden gateway and bridge - former Chinese Garden car park), Jurong Lake Gardens, 100 Yuan Ching Road, Singapore 618662 Date: Tue to Sun (closed on Mon, except Public Holidays) Hour: 8am – 10pm Admission: Free The new Jurong Lake Gardens Playground, Forest Ramble, is the largest nature playgarden to be opened in the heartlands! Drawing inspiration from the movements and actions of...

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Places to go this Weekend: Bollywood Veggies

Location: Bollywood Veggies | 100 Neo Tiew Road, Singapore 719026Date: Wed - Sun Admission: $2/adult Hour: Mon - Tues: Closed unless Public Holiday Wed - Fri: 8.00 am - 5.30 pm Sat - Sun & Public Holidays: 8.00 am - 6.30 pm Are you looking for an outdoor natural place to Bring Your Kid Out to? Why not visit Bollywood Veggies @ Kranji to get away from the malls, indoor playgrounds and the usual places.  We've updated this post with pictures from our latest visit to the farm! - 24 Aug 2018 Quite like our previous post on the Animal Farm, Bollywood Veggies gives kids the opportunity to experience nature and to understand how food is grown.  The area allows kids to wander around and...

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