Fun Things to Do in Singapore With Kids

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Singapore is underrated as a family destination, with many people under the impression that there are limited activities available in Singapore that the whole family can enjoy. In this article, we will shine some light on all the great things you can do in Singapore with kids, and get rid of any misconceptions that it is only adult-friendly. 


Why Singapore Is Great for Families

Singapore is also a highly diverse city, and there’s sure to be something for everyone. From amazing shopping, to rich cultural sights, to a delicious food scene, to adventurous outdoor activities, all members of the family should be able to find something exciting to do. 

Secondly, Singapore is known for its safety and cleanliness. The streets of Singapore are typically absent of any disorderly behaviour, with kids and adults alike enjoying the city. Singapore is also a highly clean place, and you are unlikely to see any rubbish on the pathways or streets. For these reasons, the country harnesses a calming energy, which is a huge plus when overseas with kids! 

Another great benefit of Singapore is that there is no language barrier. While locals sometimes speak in different languages, pretty much all of them can speak English, making it easy for you and your kids to engage with them.


Fun Things to Do in Singapore With Kids

  1. Adventure Cove Water Park: Adventure Cove Water Park is a favourite for many kids when in Singapore. At this water theme park, you can spend your time tubing down the river, playing in the kids water area, giving the high-ropes course or maze a try, swimming in the wave pool, going on a snorkelling experience, or zipping down water slides. The park is a fun yet relaxing way to spend a day in Singapore, you won’t regret it! 
  2. Gardens by the Bay: Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is a must-see, multi-award winning horticultural destination. The gardens span across 101 hectares of reclaimed land, and is home to many different sections. The Far East Organisation’s Children’s Garden is an interactive play area that also includes water gardens. It gives your kids a chance to soak in some educational content while in a lush, natural setting. In addition, there are two domes that contain man-made, natural environments. A huge bonus of checking out these domes is that they are cool inside, which provides a cooling reprieve from the Singaporean humidity. Described as a ‘mysterious land veiled in mist’, the Cloud Forest is home to the world’s largest indoor waterfall that flows 35 metres over a mountain-like structure. You can climb up the mountain and go on a tree top walk at the summit. The Flower Dome is the world’s largest glass greenhouse, and mimics a world of eternal Spring! Stroll through the flower dome to see floras from the Mediterranean and semi-arid regions. Another section of the Garden that’s worthwhile seeing is the Supertree Grove. You are sure to have seen pictures of these giant tree-like structures that come alive at night time. There is the option to also go for a walk along the elevated boardwalk connecting the tops of the supertrees. If you stay at the gardens until the evening, you may also be able to catch the nightly Rhapsody Sound and Light Show. The shows feature colourful lights and music that dance in harmony to create a beautiful light show. 
  3. S.E.A Aquarium: The S.E.A. Aquarium on Sentosa Island is one of the biggest aquariums in the world. From eels, to stingrays, to dolphins, there is a huge range of sealife to visit in the well-organised park. The centerpiece of the aquarium is the Open Ocean tank, which is home to 50,000 animals.
  4. Breakfast with the Orangutans at Singapore Zoo: Although it may seem random, this has been reported as a kid-favourite by many visitors. While enjoying a buffet breakfast with the Orangutans, you can get up close and personal with the animals and have your photo taken with them. After breakfast, you can also go and explore the Zoo, which is home to more than 2,800 animals. It comes as no surprise that the Singapore Zoo is beautifully designed, and visitors have commented that you barely notice any of the Zoo’s fences, making the experience that much more special. 
  5. Singapore Discovery Centre: No matter what age your kids are, or what the weather is like in Singapore, the Singapore Discovery Centre is a great option. The SDC hosts a variety of exhibits, programs, and attractives, with everything from paintballing to zorbing. 
  6. Singapore Night Safari: Singapore Night Safari is definitely a crowd favourite, as a world-class attraction that provides quality entertainment to visitors. Thousands of animals from all over the world, including Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas can be seen in the spacious environment of the Night Safari. Another great facet of the facility is that it is also dedicated to conservation, rescue and research, aimed at improving the lives of animals in captivity and in the wild. 
  7. KidZania: KidZania Singapore is an indoor theme park located at the Sentosa Beach Resort. There is no doubt that it will keep your kids entertained, with several different zones of interactive stations located around the ‘kid-sized city’. Some highlights of the space include a fully-sized fuselage of a Boeing 737, a replica bank, and a mini-hospital where kids can let their imaginations run wild. 
  8. Palawan Pirate Ship: Palawan Pirate Ship is a fun and free water playground attraction for families with young children. This playground is on Sentosa Island and is right by the beach. Not only does the playground feature a variety of different play areas for the kids, but is also close to plenty of restaurants and retail options to entertain the adults. 


The options we mentioned here is just the tip of the iceberg. There are plenty of other activities that are kid-friendly and provide fun for the whole family. If you’re moving to Singapore with kids, it can be a particularly challenging transition time, so taking them on fun adventures around Singapore can be a good way to help them have fun and adjust. 


We understand that moving overseas is even more difficult with kids. From moving & storage to short-term accommodation search, Relogo is here to do the searching, sourcing, and stressing so you can focus on what’s important to you and have fun with your family!