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10 Singapore Attractions That Will Keep Your Kids entertained

If you’re looking for fun things to do with the kids in Singapore, you’ve come to the right place! This Southeast Asian city-state has a lot to offer families, including a variety of kid-friendly attractions. From interactive museums to exciting theme parks, there’s something for everyone in Singapore.

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#1 – Gardens by the Bay

Introduction: An integral part of Singapore’s “City in a Garden” vision, Gardens by the Bay spans a total of 101 hectares of prime land at the heart of Singapore’s new downtown – Marina Bay. Comprising three waterfront gardens – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central – Gardens by the Bay will be a showcase of horticulture and garden artistry that will bring the world of plants to Singapore and present Singapore to the World.

Review from:

  • jasmines13
    • One Day only in Singapore – 1st thing on our list. We only had a day in Singapore when we recently traveled to the Maldives. The Gardens by the Bay was the must do we decided on and it didn’t disappoint. The Cloud Forrest was our preferred dome if you only have time for one dome too. Be sure to check times for the light show as we were too early and went for dinner instead of staying. Gives us a reason to return though!

Location: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953

Opening Hours:

  • Cloud Forest (9.00am – 9.00pm)
  • Flower Dome (9.00am – 9.00pm)
  • Floral Fantasy
    • Mon – Fri: 10.00am – 7.00pm (Last Admission: 6.30pm)
    • Sat, Sun & Public Holidays: 10.00am – 8.00pm (Last Admission: 7.30pm)
  • OCBC Skyway (Daily: 9.00am – 9.00pm)
  • Supertree Observatory
    • Mon – Fri: 4.00pm – 9.00pm (Last admission at 8.30pm)
    • Sat, Sun & PH: 12.00pm – 9.00pm (Last admission at 8.30pm)

Price of Admission:

  • CLOUD FOREST & FLOWER DOME
    • $28-Non-resident Adult
    • $15-Non-resident Child (3-12 yrs old)
    • $20-Resident Adult
    • $15-Senior Citizen (60 yrs old and above)
    • $12-Resident Child (3-12 yrs old)
  • FLORAL FANTASY
    • $20-Non-resident Adult
    • $12-Non-resident Child (3-12 yrs old)
    • $10-Resident Adult
    • $5-Senior Citizen (60 yrs old and above)
    • $5-Resident Child (3-12 yrs old)
  • OCBC SKYWAY
    • $10-Non-resident Adult
    • $6-Non-resident Child (3-12 yrs old)
    • $8-Resident Adult
    • $5-Senior Citizen (60 yrs old and above)
    • $5-Resident Child (3-12 yrs old)
  • SUPERTREE OBSERVATORY
    • $14-Non-resident Adult
    • $10-Non-resident Child (3-12 yrs old)
    • $10-Resident Adult
    • $6-Senior Citizen (60 yrs old and above)
    • $6-Resident Child (3-12 yrs old)

Contact: +65 6420 6848

Website: Website Link Here


#2 – Singapore Botanic Gardens

Introduction: The Singapore Botanic Gardens is a 163-year-old tropical garden located at the fringe of the Orchard Road shopping district in Singapore. It is one of three gardens, and the only tropical garden, to be honoured as a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Review from:

  • blacktown2017
    • A must-visit while in Singapore. What a place to visit, clean, had a waterfall, and the environment is so relaxing. a perfect place for a day out with your family. please don’t forget to take your water and sunscreen with you. it is an open place and the sun can be unforgiving on the sunny days

Location: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569

Opening Hours: 5 am to 12 midnight daily

Price of Admission: Free

Contact: +65 6471 7138

Website: Website Link Here

 


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#3 – Singapore Zoo

Introduction: Set in a rainforest environment, Singapore Zoo is home to over 2,800 animals from over 300 species of mammals, birds and reptiles. The park also boasts the world’s first free-ranging orang utan habitat in a zoo. Delight in an exciting outdoor feast at Jungle Breakfast with Wildlife, an internationally acclaimed, award-winning programme that offers exhilarating experience with orangutans. The fun is endless with interesting animal presentations, photography with animals and more!

Review from:

  • Mcfly2023
    • Revisit to Singapore Zoo. My family visited the zoo 5 years ago and we have decided to revisit the zoo. We spent around 7 hours in the Zoo. We were surprised that they have a Rainforest KidzWorld. It features a water playground for all ages. Please bring extra clothes if you all decided to go for swim. Not to worry there is a nearby store if you do not bring clothes. Price are affordable and there is a nearby toilet behind KFC if you need to change. Be careful if you are dining outside KFC, there might be group of monkeys coming to you for food. Just relax there will be a zookeeper to keep them away using water gun to shoot them away. Overall the Zoo have made great improvement. For lunch, there are a lot of variety of food. Come early for lunch if possible, they will be a lot people if you arrived around noon. Dont forget to bring your camera too.

Location: 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826

Opening Hours: 8.30am – 6.00pm (Last entry at 5.00pm) They’re open every day of the year.

Price of Admission: 

  • Adult $48
  • Child $33
  • Senior Citizen $20

Contact: +65 6269 3411

Website: Website Link Here



#4 – National Orchid Garden

Introduction: The National Orchid Garden, located within the Singapore Botanic Gardens, was opened on 20 October 1995 by Senior Minister Lee Kuan Yew. The Singapore Botanic Gardens has been developed along a 3-Core Concept.

Review from:

  • paulgray1
    • Fantastic to see- even for the non gardener. I have little knowledge of gardening other than mowing the lawn and weeding but the Orchid centre was something else. Even our 16 month old grandson was mildly interested as we wandered around the site seeing these fascinating plants. The colours were amazing and I especially loved the mist zone. A definite recommendation to see.

Location: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569

Opening Hours: 8.30am – 7.00pm daily (last ticket sales and entry at 6.00pm)

Price of Admission:

  • Seniors (60 years of age and above
    • Local $1
    • Standard $3
  • Adults
    • Local $5
    • Standard $15
  • Student (Valid student identification by local public and private education institutes)
    • Local $1
    • Standard $3
  • Child below 12 years of age
    • Free

Contact: 1800 471 7300

Website: Website Link Here


#5 – Cloud Forest

Introduction: Home to one of the world’s tallest indoor waterfalls and a lush mountain clad with plants from around the world, Cloud Forest rewards the curious and adventurous. Go on a fascinating journey of discovery and get up close with some of the world’s most exotic plant species as you stroll along its unique aerial walkways.

Review from:

  • mjail5
    • Choose this if you have only time for one attraction. We did not book way ahead online as we were not sure which day we were going. However, the day before I attempted to book but it showed that the earliest date was in 4 days time and I thought it must have all been sold out. If that happens to you, don’t be dismayed as we thought we might try our luck at the venue and sure enough managed to get tickets with prices the same as the online one.
    • Another thing to check out for are the maintenance dates. The original day we wanted had the Cloud Forest on maintenance and I am so glad we checked as we only had one other free day to visit. Cloud Forest is great to visit on rainy days as it is indoors. You are greeted with the world’s tallest indoor waterfall as you start your journey before coming to Orchid Haven with the beautiful orchids on display.
    • It is multi level and you take the lift to the level just before the top floor. Best to then walk to the top (or take another lift) and then make your way down one level at a time. The place is beautifully designed with the spectacular walkways. Cloud Forest is not to be missed at all costs. If you have time for only one attraction, pick this!

Location: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953

Opening Hours: Daily: 9.00am – 9.00pm (Last admission at 8.30pm)

Price of Admission: 

  • CLOUD FOREST & FLOWER DOME
  • $28-Non-resident Adult
  • $15-Non-resident Child (3-12 yrs old)
  • $20-Resident Adult
  • $15-Senior Citizen (60 yrs old and above)
  • $12-Resident Child (3-12 yrs old)

Contact: +65 6420 6848

Website: Website Link Here

 


#6 – Sands Skypark Observation Deck

Introduction: Located on the roof of Marina Bay Sands, the Sands SkyPark Observation Deck boasts scenic views of the panoramic vistas of Marina Bay and Singapore’s world-class cityscape.

Review from:

  • annminky
    • Wow, nice stunning view. One of the places to definitely visit in beautiful Singapore is this. The breath taking view is captured when you’re high up. Stunning views as you enjoy a leisurely walk in this place. You’ll view Singapore from a different angle.

Location: 10 Bayfront Ave, L56, Hotel Tower 3, Singapore 018956

Opening Hours: Daily: 11am – 9pm (Last ticket sales at 8.30pm (Last entry at 8.50pm))

Price of Admission:

  • Adult Tourists Non-members $26
  • Adult Tourists Sands Rewards Members $19.40
  • Adult Singapore Residents Non-members $18
  • Adult Singapore Residents Sands Rewards Members $16
  • Concession Tourists Non-members $22
  • Concession Tourists Sands Rewards Members $16.60
  • Concession Singapore Residents Non-members $14
  • Concession Singapore Residents Sands Rewards Members $12
  • Family Package (2 Adults & 2 Children) Tourists $74
  • Family Package (2 Adults & 2 Children) Singapore Residents $50

Contact: +65 6688 8826

Website: Website Link Here

 


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#7 – Singapore Flyer

Introduction: At 165 metres tall, Singapore Flyer is a masterpiece of urban architecture and engineering that showcases not only the mesmerizing cosmopolitan cityscape of the tropical Lion City, but even the surrounding islands of Indonesia and parts of Malaysia in all their glory. In addition to offering panoramic views of Singapore’s cosmopolitan cityscape, guests can also indulge in a flute of champagne, or savour the iconic Singapore Sling whilst hosted in a special themed capsule. Diners seeking both privacy and luxury can opt for a multi-sensory treat unlike any other with our Premium Sky Dining Flight, complete with a four-course dinner and an in-flight host.

Review from:

  • georgia
    • A must see in singapore! The Singapore Flyer certainly put the London Eye to shame. Only a clear day, views of Singapore can be admired as well as the neighbouring islands. Informative staff and facts given over the in pod speakers.
    • Due to covid, pods are not at maximum capacity. It appeared that families were allowed their own pods but pairs or singular travellers were grouped together, this didn’t bother us as the pods themselves are so spacious. As with many locations, they are very strict with masks – so much so they even stopped the ride as one family took theirs off. Be aware to follow the rules as they have cameras too and will make announcements. Views of the Gardens by the Bay, Marina Bay Sands and city skyline can be easily seen and snapped. The Formula 1 Marina Bay Sands track is directly below and you can see the starting line from above. Alternatively, you can exit the attraction and walk onto the track below for free.

Location: 30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803

Opening Hours:

  • Singapore Flyer: Temporarily Closed for Scheduled Maintenance.
  • Time Capsule: Thursday to Monday and on Public Holidays, from 3pm – 10pm (last admission at 9:15pm).

Price of Admission:

  • $33 Adult
  • $21 Child
  • $24 Senior

Contact: +65 6333 3311

Website: Website Link Here


#8 – Jurong Bird Park

Introduction: Fly in to Asia’s largest bird paradise and feast your senses on over 3500 colourful birds across 400 species. Spanning over 20.2 Hectares of naturalistic habitats and giant walk-in aviaries, enjoy close interactions with the feathered residents at daily feeding sessions and be tickled by their show-stopping antics in exciting bird shows. Enjoy sumptuous Asian buffet lunch in the company of talented parrots and get wild and wet at the kids-friendly bird-themed playground.

Review from:

  • mjail5
    • Great Variety of Birds. In Singapore it is easy to get to almost everywhere and contrary to what most people think it is equally easy to get to the bird park. All you have to do is catch the MRT to Boon Lay and then Bus 194 to the bird park. And it cost us about SGD 2.50 from Clarke Quay. Just make sure to cross the road to the other side to get the bus on the return trip.
    • The 2 shows were fantastic and just like the Zoo, there were conservation messages each time.

Location: 2 Jurong Hill, Singapore 628925

Opening Hours:

  • 8.30am – 6.00pm (Last entry at 5.00pm)
    • Open from Thursdays to Sundays, eves of and on Public Holidays, and selected school holidays

Price of Admission: 

  • Adult $38
  • Child $25
  • Senior Citizen $20

Contact: +65 6269 3411

Website: Website Link Here

 


#9 – Jewel Changi Airport

Introduction: Jewel Changi Airport (Jewel) – Singapore’s brand new multi-dimensional lifestyle destination! Located right in the heart of Singapore Changi Airport, Jewel integrates one-of-a-kind play attractions and extensive landscaping with over 280 exciting shopping and dining concepts, a 130-room hotel and airport facilities for travellers.

Review from:

  • Pietro M
    • Worth Walking Through Upon Your Arrival To The Lion City. Stopped here before my departure and it is well worth the early ride to the airport. The waterfall area reminded me of a mini version of the Cloud Forest at the Gardens By The Bay, which is another way of saying it’s a spectacular sight to see. Tons of different viewpoints and plenty of dining and shopping options (I didn’t really check either of them out as I was more interested in the waterfall). Regardless, there’s a reason the Singapore Airport is consistently voted the best airport in the world, truly a unique experience in its own right.

Location: 78 Airport Blvd., Singapore 819666

Opening Hours: Daily

Price of Admission: Free

Contact: +65 6956 9898

Website: Website Link Here


#10 – Singapore Cable Car

Introduction: The breath-taking connection between Faber Peak Singapore and Sentosa Island Established since 1974, Singapore Cable Car is the nation’s first and only cableway that links Faber Peak on mainland Singapore to the island resort of Sentosa, before flying you to the Merlion or the sandy beach at Siloso. Today, the cable car rides are enjoyed across a Cable Car Sky Network of more than 100 cabins spanning almost 5 kilometres on the Mount Faber Line and the Sentosa Line. A ‘joyride’ across the Cable Car Sky Network offers a 360-degree aerial and visual treat of the entire Sentosa-HarbourFront skyline and the resort island. The scenery transforms as the cabins soar above the forest, through a skyscraper, over the harbour and travel across the jungle, sand and sea. Our passionate service ambassadors are on hand to create happy moments for all cable car joyriders.

Review from:

  • mumwithbub
    • We were staying on Sentosa and our son requested to ride the Cable Car at night. We ended up getting the pass that included Sentosa Island as well as Mount Fabre and did the Sentosa Island ride during the day and the Mount Fabre line by night for a different perspective. It is a little bit scary if you are afraid of heights but was a worthwhile experience. We got off at the stops at Sentosa but just rode the return trip to Mount Faber as it was quite late when we boarded. It’s a fairly quick activity if you don’t get off.

Location: 109 Mount Faber Rd, Mount Faber Peak, Singapore 099203

Opening Hours: Daily 8.45am to 10pm

Price of Admission:

  • Online Exclusive Round trip
    • Adult $28
    • Child (4-12 years old) $20
  • Unlimited Skypass
    • Adult $45
    • Child (4-12 years old) $35

Contact: +65 6361 0088

Website: Website Link Here


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