5 Things to do and Places to go with Kids this weekend in Singapore (27th Aug - 2nd Sept)

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1. Get Ready for Sandsational Fun at Sentosa!

Get Ready for Sandsational Fun at Sentosa!

Location: Sentosa
¬†1 Sept ‚Äď 16 Sept 2018
¬†10 am ‚Äď 9 pm

Admission: FREE

Sentosa Marvel Sandsation

  • All locals and local residents get to enjoy complimentary island admission via the Sentosa Express or drive-in via Car from 1 Sept to 16 Sept 2018

Marvel (ehem) at the imposing sand sculptures of Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Hulk and many other MARVEL heroes and awaken the Super Hero in you with MARVEL-themed activities at Sentosa Sandsation!

Sentosa Marvel Sandsation

Test your strength at the Hulk Smash, show off your deadly moves at the Freeze Frame Station, a 180-degree video booth, and discover which MARVEL Super Hero you are at the Hero Action Centre.

While you’re there, sign your little ones up for the Sand Sculpting Workshop taught by professional sculptors to master the magic of sand sculpting. Designed for 5 years old and above, this workshop runs from 1 Sept 2018 to 16 Sept 2018. 

Sentosa Marvel Sandsation

On selected dates between 2 Sept 2018 and 16 Sept 2018, you can also enjoy a free movie screening under the twinkling night sky! Find out what movies are screening here!

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Sentosa

2. Party with Your Little Ones at the AIA Family Fest!

Party with Your Little Ones at the AIA Family Fest!

Location: Palawan Green, Sentosa
 1 Sept 2018
¬†10 am ‚Äď 10 pm¬†

AIA Family Fest promises to be a well-rounded day of family fun with activities such as Art Jamming, Spartan Kids Obstacle Challenge and Upsized Family Games.

You can also learn more about sustainable farming at Urban Farming, shake hands with KidZania mascots, satisfy your food cravings at the Food Village, and cuddle up with your little ones to enjoy a movie at the Open Air Cinema.

Please note that some of the activities have limited slots and require registration.

For more information and to register for the event, click here.

Photo credits AIA

3. Join in the HERE! Arts Carnival 2018 with Your Little Ones!

Join in the HERE! Arts Carnival 2018 with Your Little Ones!

Location: Stephen Riady Centre, 2 College Avenue West, Stephen Riady Centre, Singapore 138607
 31 Aug 2018
¬†6.30 pm ‚Äď 10.00 pm¬†

Lose yourself in the array of riveting music, dance, theatre and live art performances at the NUS Arts Festival kick-off event, HERE! 2018!


Cobalt Bomb Alpha Omega & Ai* Madonna (Japan)
NUS Symphony Orchestra | NUS Wind Symphony | NUS Jazz Band | The NUSChoir
NUS Chinese Orchestra | NUS Guitar Ensemble | Electronic Music Lab
NUS Piano Ensemble | NUS Indian Instrumental Ensemble | NUS Harmonica Orchestra
NUS Indian Dance | NUS Chinese Dance | NUS Ilsa Tari | NUS Lion Dance
NUS Dance Ensemble | NUS Dance Blast! | NUS Dance Synergy
NUS Stage | NUS Chinese Drama | nuSTUDIOS Film Productions
CAC Lindy Hop | CAC Amplified | CAC Breaki’NUS | CAC Funkstyles | Viva Latinus | CAC Voices

Also featuring:

NUS Museum | BOLD AT WORK | Proletariat Poetry Factory
Etude House | Samsung VR & Hiverlab
Somersby | Jewel Coffee | Waa Cow | Coocaca
Fish Shnack | Bakery Hearts | Emma’s Salted Egg Chips
Happy Hazel | Noir Hom | SeiroSecca | Troops on Print
Imaginedideas | The Everyday Club | Youniverse Design | Little Wood Loft

For more information, click here.

Photo credits NUS Arts Festival

4. Catch Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in Action at City Square Mall!

Catch Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in Action at City Square Mall!

Location: City Square Mall, 
¬†1 Sept ‚Äď 9 Sept 2018 (except Monday)


Live Show

  • Tue ‚Äď Fri: 2 pm | 7 pm¬†
  • Sat ‚Äď Sun: 1 pm | 4 pm | 7 pm

Meet & Greet

  • Tue ‚Äď Fri: 2.45¬†pm | 7.45 pm¬†
  • Sat ‚Äď Sun: 1.45 pm | 4.45 pm | 7.45 pm


  • Live Show: FREE¬†
  • Meet & Greet: Spend $50 to redeem Meet & Greet Pass and Ninja Mask an hour prior to each show

Fans of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fans, rejoice for Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo shed their cover to visit you live and teach you art of ninjutsu! And don’t miss this chance to get up and close with them at the Meet and Greet session!

For more information, click here.

Photo credits City Square Mall

5. Revel in Summer Festivities at Singapore Sports Hub’s Japan Summer Festival!

Revel in Summer Festivities at Singapore Sports Hub’s Japan Summer Festival!

Location: National Stadium, 1 Stadium Drive, Singapore 397629

Date & Hour:

  • 8 Sept 2018: 12 pm ‚Äď 9 pm
  • 9 Sept 2018: 12 pm ‚Äď 8 pm


  • Before 7 Sept 2018: $5 (purchase:¬†here)¬†
  • On-site: $6

*Children below 1.2m in height enjoy complimentary entry

Immerse yourself in an almost authentic Japanese cultural experience at the Japan Summer Festival.

Don on traditional Japanese costume at the Yukata Dressing Corner to get in the festive spirit and experience the beauty of Japanese customs through an impressive line-up of programmes such as the Japanese Cultural Performances, Japanese Koto Show, Karuta, Japanese Tea Ceremony and Bon-Odori.

Try your hand at the Japanese-themed game booths and arcade games, feast your taste buds on a variety Japanese cuisine at the food stalls and give in to your inner shopaholic at the merchandise booths.

Don’t just stop there, indulge in more games and fun at the Pokemon Carnival and meet Pikachu and awe over its overt cuteness!

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Singapore Sports Hub


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This article is prepared by

Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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