7 Newest and Fun Kids Activities To Do In Singapore

7 Newest Attractions in Singapore Your Kids Will Love

The March school holidays are just around the corner, find out all about the new kids-friendly attractions in Singapore that you can bring your kids to for a fun time!

Bummed out because of cancelled family travel plans this March holidays? Well, all’s not lost – you can still have a ball of a time with a variety of fun activities for kids at these new attractions in Singapore! 

Also read: Top 32 Things to Do in Singapore Including FREE activities! [Updated March 2020]

1. PLAY! by Kinderplay

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Your kids are sure to love the new Cartoon Network themed indoor playground at Changi Airport! The newly opened PLAY! by KinderPlay features boys and girls’ favourite cartoon characters Ben 10 and Powerpuff Girls in a vibrant and colourful playground. Slide down into a ball pit, swim in a “pool of balls”, prance around bouncy inflatables, and more!

PLAY! by KinderPlay
Address: Changi Airport Terminal 3, B2-14/15/16/17, Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819663
Opening hours: 11am to 11pm daily
Price: From S$12

2. Jewel Canopy Park 

Image credit: Jewel Changi Airport

Don’t miss your chance to stroll through Jewel Canopy Park for FREE this 27 Feb to 31 Mar 2020! You can catch a glimpse of the Cherry Blossoms at the Petal Gardens, glide down giant slides at the Discovery Slides, chase gentle swirls of mist at the Foggy Bowls, explore creative garden trails at the Topiary Walk, and more. Jewel Canopy Park promises a fun time for all, both parents and kids alike!

Jewel Canopy Park
Address: Jewel Changi Airport, Level 5, 78 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819666
Opening hours: 10am to 11pm daily
Price: FREE from 27 Feb to 31 Mar 2020, S$4.50 for Singapore Residents 

3. Magical Shores at Siloso

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Opened this January, the new Magical Shores at Siloso Beach Sentosa provides a fun activity option for kids! This multi-sensory experience allows you to interact with the illuminating light projections, where you can see striking visual effects change on sand instantly as you whirl around the beach. Kids are sure to enjoy dancing and prancing along the beach with magical illuminating lights and sounds! 

Magical Shores at Siloso
Address: 50 Siloso Beach Walk, Siloso Beach, Sentosa
Opening hours: 7:30pm to 10:30pm daily
Price: Free!

4. Sembawang Hot Spring Park

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The cascading pools and water collection in the newly refurbished Sembawang Hot Spring Park have quickly become popular among locals. Located at the heart of Singapore’s only hot spring park is the star of the show – the cascading pool. Enjoy a warm, relaxing foot bath at the edge of the cascading pool, where the water cools to 40 degrees Celsius as it flows down four tiered pools. The park is perfect for young ones to learn about the groundwater cycle and plants, play with the interactive water play feature and even cook an egg at the Egg Cooking Station! 

Sembawang Hot Spring Park
Address: Gambas Avenue
Opening hours: 7am to 7pm daily
Price: Free!

5. Gardens by the Bay – Sakura Matsuri

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Enter into a Japanese nature paradise at Sakura Matsuri, the cherry blossom festival held at Gardens by the Bay. Experience the breathtaking peach and cherry blossoms, walk through the signature brick red torii gates, and enjoy an plethora of Japanese cultural performances, all without having to fly to Japan! What’s more, children aged 3 to 12 years old enjoy FREE admission to the Conservatories, Floral Fantasy, and Supertree Observatory this March holidays, from 14 to 22 Mar 2020. What are you waiting for? 

Sakura Matsuri @ Gardens by the Bay
Address: Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
Opening hours: 9am to 9pm daily, from 6 Mar to 29 Mar 2020
Price: $12 (adults), $8 (children & senior citizens), FREE for children from 14 to 22 Mar 2020, 50% discount on tickets purchased from 6 to 29 Mar 2020 (Singapore residents)

6. Disney: Magic of Animation Exhibition

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What better place to bring your kids than to the Disney: Magic of Animation Exhibition at the ArtScience Museum. Kids are sure to love the all-time favourites such as Frozen and Beauty and the Beast. Interactive elements such as the Magic Mirror from Snow White and a drawing station at The Jungle Book are sure to pique children’s interest! Meanwhile, you can appreciate the film craftsmanship and artistic cinematography, while reliving your childhood from nostalgic movies. This definitely sounds like a fun activity for both kids and parents!

Disney: Magic of Animation Exhibition
Address: ArtScience Museum, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
Opening hours: 10am to 7pm, 26 Oct 2019 to 29 Mar 2020
Price: $16 (adults), $12 (children)

7. Universal Studios Singapore

Image credit: Resorts World Sentosa

Although not a new attraction, Universal Studios Singapore is arguably one of the most fun and exciting attractions for kids in Singapore. Now’s a great opportunity to go – don’t miss out on their current deal of a FREE Season Pass when you purchase a one-day ticket! With 6 months unlimited access to the park, F&B and retail discounts and more, you’re sure to have endless fun and joy here! 

Universal Studios Singapore
Address: Resorts World Singapore, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
Opening hours: 10am to 5pm daily
Price: $61 (children), $81 (adults)

Don’t let the virus outbreak dampen your spirits this holiday! Why not have fun at these new local attractions, without having to worry excessively. Don’t forget to practice good hygiene and enjoy these public spaces responsibly! 

Also read: Best Staycation Hotels in Singapore

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Rachel Ngu
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