And there’s something for you too!
Running out of ideas when it comes to taking your kids out to enjoy the city? You don’t always have to go to the mall or search for a new playground in Singapore.
Here are our top picks of kids-friendly events on weekends for the whole family.
Would you let your kids play on the streets in Singapore? At PlaystreetsSG events, you certainly can. Join in the fun and participate in games that promote play and public health. Yes, adults are welcomed to play too (pictured)! You can also attend heritage-themed sessions at Singapore’s popular cultural enclaves and learn more about our traditional games.
Next event: Nov 19, 20, and 26
Check out their events for the rest of 2016 here.
Perched atop a small hill along Upper Wilkie Road, kult kafé at Emily Hill has hosted some awesome parties and events over the years where you can bring your kids and pets along. Be prepared for some garden games, delicious food, and dancing for the whole family.
If you need more space to yourselves, take it outside to Mount Emily Park right next to the venue for some tranquility.
Next event: Sunday on the Hill (Nov 13)
Keep the last Sunday morning of every month free to roam the streets of downtown Singapore! Car-Free Sunday is back for you and your family to experience the city in a brand new way. Keep a look out for the interactive Kids Imagination Playground (pictured) and other fun and active programmes for your little ones to enjoy under the sun.
Next event: Nov 27
This cool cafe and bar in Gillman Barracks is no stranger to holding fabulous events on the street next to it, which usually include some child-friendly activities — face painting, art and colouring, and more — to keep them occupied as you enjoy the day’s festivities.
Next event: Fiesta del ¡Loco! No Way, José! (Nov 19)
Get updates on events at Red Baron here.
Held in an open field, you will definitely catch some family and pet-friendly vibes here. Have a picnic and enjoy some barbeque and beer while your kids enjoy some face painting, bouncy castles (pictured), soccer, and spend time in the sandpit. There will be plenty of good music to last you through the night too!
For more cool events in Singapore, check out our Calendar.
By Muneerah Bee, November 2016