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We had a fantastic time visiting Singapore in October 2019 and 2 nights definitely wasn’t enough! We can’t wait to explore Singapore with the kids again and we will definitely try the Singapore street food markets next time.
In this blog post we share 10 things to do in Singapore with kids that you can book through Klook. They include some of the activities we did and things we wanted to do but ran out of time!
Klook are a reputable company and all of our bookings were seemless with them. I love that they have an app that makes it easy to keep track of your bookings and search for more things to do when you are travelling. So here is our top 10 things to do in Singapore with kids.
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We loved our visit to Gardens by the bay! Entry into the gardens and Far East Organization Children’s Garden is free but if you want to visit the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest you will need to purchase a ticket. We hadn’t been organised enough and the line up was too long when we went to buy tickets so pre-booking with Klook is a must! There is also the OCBC Skyway walk that looked like so much fun!
A fantastic waterpark located on Sentosa Island that will provide hours of fun for the kids! Extremely clean and lots of different waterslides, buy tickets through Klook to avoid the queues.
We decided that we needed to have a full day at Universal Studios so will have to fit in on the next trip! Located on Sentosa Island, this is a fun theme park and from the research I did, make sure you get an express pass to avoid the queues!
The largest aquarium in South East Asia, this place is a lot of fun for the kids and once again located on Sentosa. Try to plan your visit around feeding times and the best thing about the Klook tickets, you just scan your ticket at the entrance and you are in!
The kids will have so much fun on this 1 hour tour of Singapore! You board a remodeled WWII amphibious Vietnamese war craft for a drive around famous landmarks of Singapore that is explained by your tour guide then you enter the water to experience Singapore from the water.
The perfect way to get a birds eye view of the Singapore sights is to go on a Singapore Flyer Flight. It takes 30 minutes to do a full rotation and during the flight you will experience the Singapore story.
If you have adventurous kids in your family this is a must try activity on Sentosa! Part-go kart, part-toboggan, this looks like a lot of fun zipping down the purpose made track. Check the details on the Klook page with regards to ages and heights that kids can ride by themselves.
A beautiful zoo that has the animals well looked after and very clean. Jed and I visited the zoo in 2010 when I was pregnant with Charlotte and we were impressed with how well cared for the animals were. There is a few different things that you can do at the zoo, check out the following activities.
Jewel located right next to Changi Airport is a fantastic spot to spend a few hours before or after you flight. There is a huge range of shops, restaurants and you can check in your luggage for your flight so you don’t have to carry it around (check that your airline is included and the times you can check in from at this link here) We flew out of Terminal 1 so it was a 1 minute walk from Jewel to the immigration area. We had a yummy lunch and saw the amazing rain vortex. Next time we will go earlier to experience all that Jewel has to offer. The Changi Experience Studio looks fantastic with the kids.
The Trick Eye Museum is a fun place to enjoy with the family and is an internationally-renowned 3D art museum from Korea. The 2D art appears as a 3D image and the Augmented Reality mobile app makes the pictures come alive even more!
Special mention to some indoor activities as Singapore can get hot and wet! Our kids loved Wakawaka Playground located next to Furama Riverfront Singapore where we stayed. We will have our full review up on the blog soon.
If you are heading to Singapore with kids more than likely they will be begging to go to Malaysia Legoland too 😉
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