School’s out, (bring the) kids out!
We fondly remember how much we looked forward to the school holidays as kids.
We also remember how much we bugged our parents to entertain us. Now, it’s our turn to be on the receiving end.
Don’t stress out, you got this! Or if nothing else, we got you!
The race is on at The Karting Arena. The electric-powered karts go faster than normal ones – up to 30km/hr (you’re even allowed to go up to 50km/hr if you’re a driving license holder) – but are still safe even for the little ones.
Post-race, you’ll even get a race report so you really feel like a pro F1 driver.
#01-01B The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Rd, Singapore 287994
NEXT: Experience countryside life in the urban city →
Don’t just watch the horses neigh neigh – ride a pony yourself! At the Gallop Stable, experienced instructors will be there to guide your little prince (or princess) charming to do so.
And when the sun sets, you can even retreat to the outback campfire for some snuggles and nibbles.
100 Turf Club Rd, Singapore 287992
NEXT: Be one with nature →
And by “largest”, we mean it spans across 81 hectares. That’s larger than 110 soccer fields! The sprawling Chestnut Nature Park, newly opened late last month, has biking and hiking trails, remnants of old kampung (olden day village) dwellings, local birds species and more. Find out more here.
105 Chestnut Ave, Singapore 679514
NEXT: Explore Singapore’s most well-loved playgrounds →
We’re letting you in on a well-kept secret: Singapore’s best playgrounds are located in her heartlands. Check them out here!
Got a extra-little one to worry about? Check out these toddler-friendly soft playgrounds in Singapore instead.
NEXT: Set up your own playground on Singapore’s heritage streets →
They say not to play on the roads, but PlaystreetsSG says otherwise.
Take to the streets with games that promote play and public health, and attend heritage-themed events to learn more about Singapore’s traditional games. Check out where and when this pop-up event is happening over the December holidays here.
NEXT: Seek the light →
If it’s the holidays, the little ones get to stay out late, right? iLight Marina Bay lights up the city with interactive installations that respond dynamically to the visitors’ position in the sculptures.
Plus, a festival village with old-school carnival games, lots of delish grub and more. The kids will love it!
Marina Bay Waterfront
NEXT: Build a castle →
Every Saturday and Sunday from 3.30-7pm, Castle Beach welcomes all families to connect with nature (and eahc other) in a massive sandcastle building activity at East Coast Park.
BYOB (bring your own buckets. Or beer, or beer buckets) or borrow the ones provided.
East Coast Park Svc Rd, Carpark E2
NEXT: Emerge champion F1 racer →
By Pinky Chng, March 2016
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