Oct 19, 2020

12 Activities to keep Kids busy this PSLE Marking Week (19-22 Oct 2020)

Thanks to PSLE Marking Exercise days (19 to 22 October 2020), your primary school-going kids will be giving a school a miss.



Granted it may be the exam period for them (except for the P6 ones, of course), but it sure doesn't hurt to give them a breather... by checking out these 12 kid-friendly activities to enjoy together as a family!


UNTAME: Beyond Boundaries

19 Oct - 29 Nov 2020

Various Programmes

Science Centre Singapore

FREE & Paid



This is Science Centre Singapore's first event of its kind to celebrate Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in a multidimensional experience. Be immersed in a blended learning experience perfect for the whole family or as an individual. With over 30 exciting virtual quests to take part in, you can connect with our international and local STEM heroes through unframed chit-chats, tune in to entertaining science performances by international and local performers, and even get your hands and minds engaged through our educational and fun hands-on STEM DIYs, Build Alongs and challenges. Locals get a FREE Tame Pass! All you have to do is to sign up for an account. More details HERE.


SMU Arts Festival 2020 Online

Now til 30 Oct 2020

(Virtual)



Conceived during the COVID-19 pandemic, and in the midst of our nation’s Circuit Breaker, A-PART is a creative response to our shared experiences told through 8 original productions, to uplift the morale of a global stay-home audience. Choose from a variety of performances ranging from music, dance, theatre, visual arts and literary arts - all viewed together with the family from the comfort of your home! Visit HERE for more information and links.


Singapore Zoo, River Safari & Jurong Bird Park:

Kids Enter FREE!

Now til 31 Oct 2020



Have a fun-filled day with your kids and rediscover more about wildlife at the parks! In celebration of Children’s Day, kids enter free* for the month of October! Visit HERE for tickets.

*Applicable for local residents only. Free admission for one child (Ages 3 – 12 years old) with each full paying adult admission. Terms and conditions apply. 


Children's Day Promo @ Changi Experience Studio

Now til 31 Oct 2020



Celebrate Children’s Day for the whole month of October at Changi Experience Studio! Enjoy 50% off tickets for your children (up to 2 kids), with every paying adult. For mroe information and tickets, visit HERE.


Halloween Fun For Everyone

Now til 1 Nov 2020

Universal Studios Singapore

Admission charges apply



This October, come on down to Universal Studios Singapore and have spooktastic Halloween fun for the family. Put on your favourite costume and enjoy trick-or-treating around the park. Meet Illumination’s Minion Monsters as they make their return at Minion Monsters Tricky Treats. Next, embark on the Trail of Treats to collect candies, gummies and chocolates from Candy Ambassadors, and pull out your phones for selfies with your favourite characters dressed in their Halloween best. Visit HERE for more information.


Deep BOO Sea!

Now til 3 Nov 2020

S.E.A. Aquarium

Admission charges apply



Experience the chills of an underwater Halloween! Prepare to be spooked and awed as you take your Halloween celebrations into the depths of the sea! From the menacing face of the wolf-eel to the fang-like teeth of the vampire fish. Come face-to-face with some of Nature’s scariest-looking marine animals and discover what makes each of them amazing and unique. 


There’ll also be trick-or-treating fun for the kids in the aquarium, plus an exciting treasure hunt for lost pearls hidden within our underwater exhibits – so keep your eyes open to take home a mystery gift! What’s more, come in a Halloween costume and you could win our best-dressed contest to take home monster prizes. Visit HERE for more information.


Pocket Gardens Surprise

Now til 8 Nov 2020; 9am - 9pm daily

Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay

Admission charges apply



Pocket Gardens Surprise is a series of changing mini garden displays that pop up at various nooks around Flower Dome. Be delighted with a new display every fortnight. This October, be drawn into a dreamy canopy of trailing flowering and foliage plants with our Hanging Garden, take respite amidst the luscious shades of green of An Urban Oasis. or even dive into the world of the versatile epiphytic plants with our Plant Library.


Edible Garden (Flower Field): Ongoing

Hanging Garden (Mediterranean Garden): 28 Sep - 25 Oct 2020

An Urban Oasis (The Baobabs): 5 Oct - 1 Nov 2020

Plant Library (South American Garden): 12 Oct - 8 Nov 2020


Marina Bay Sands 3-in-1 Attractions Bundle

Now til 15 Nov 2020

$10 (Sands Rewards Lifestyle members)




Save over 70% when you purchase a 3-in-1 ticket to Sands Skypark Observation Deck, Digital Light Canvas and Sampan Rides. The cost is $10 (applies to Adult, Senior and Child) per bundle and is exclusive to Sands Rewards Lifestyle members (Membership is free to sign up). Price includes 5 digital photos and 2 animated videos (SkyPark only).


Present your Sands Rewards Lifestyle membership card at SkyPark Box Office or Retail Concierge counters to enjoy offer. Each Sands Rewards Lifestyle member is entitled to purchase a maximum of 2 sets of the 3-in-1 attractions bundle per day. Limited to the first 300 guests per day only. Tickets will only be available at Skypark Box Office on weekends, school holidays and public holidays. For more details, visit HERE.


Walk for Our Children 2020: Virtual Edition

Now til 30 Nov 2020

Anytime & Anywhere

$25 (adult) and $10 (children under 12 years old) | $60 (Family combo package for 2 adults & 2 children) | $85 (Friends combo package for 4 adults)



Walk for Our Children is Singapore Children's Society's signature fundraising events that takes place yearly where the community comes together for a walk and enjoy games and food at the carnival thereafter. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has adapted it into a first-ever Virtual Walk instead. Funds raised from this virtual event will go towards supporting its services and programmes for children, youth and families in need. 


Participants simply need to clock a minimum of 5,000 steps in a day. It can be done alone or with family and friends anywhere and anytime. All registrants will receive a free care pack with a token of appreciation, sponsored items and a limited-edition Porsche Lego style car model (while stocks last). For more information and to sign up, visit HERE.


Scribble Town

Now til 31 Jan 2021

Tuesday – Sunday (closed on Monday) | 10am – 5pm (last admission at 4.30pm)

Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall

Free admission for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents



What counts as bullying? Can seemingly innocuous words and actions be hurtful to the people around us? What can we do when we witness bullying, and how can we all contribute to a bully-free culture? To answer these questions and raise awareness on this issue, the National Heritage Board (NHB) has collaborated with Singapore Children’s Society to present Scribble Town, an interactive exhibition for children aged between 9 and 12 that invites visitors to embark on a quest alongside characters Sam, Dan and Lydia, to save the fictional world of Scribble Town and bring colour back into their world.


On display at the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall (SYSNMH) from now till 31 January 2021, the exhibition features comic artwork across three different stations – The Flying Mariner, Darkwoods Forest, and Bleak Mountain – and 80 comic frames. Visitors will follow the three characters on their journey as they attempt to fix the Colourwheel to save Scribble Town. Through the adventure, visitors will get to observe the interactions between Sam, Dan and Lydia – the ways in which they speak, act and respond to one another – in order to gain a better understanding of the different types of bullying, how and why bullying occurs, and the corresponding impact on the involved parties.


Planet or Plastic?

Now til 28 Mar 2021

ArtScience Museum

Admission charges apply




Learn about the global plastic pollution crisis through more than 70 powerful photographs and videos in an exhibition by National Geographic. From the Arctic to the Antarctic, plastic waste is everywhere. Planet or Plastic?, ArtScience Museum’s first exhibition to launch since re-opening after Singapore’s circuit-breaker, shines a spotlight on the fragility of the natural environment as a result of the global plastic waste crisis. The exhibition endeavours to raise awareness of society’s dependence on plastic by visually depicting the crisis and highlighting the innovative individuals and communities who are working on solutions to this urgent problem. For more information and tickets, visit HERE.


FREE Sentosa Fun Pass (20 Tokens) for everyone

Now til 31 Mar 2020



Receive a free Senotsa Fun Pass worth 20 tokens just by signing up at ndp2020.sentosa.com.sg. The tokens can be used at certain attractions including Nestopia, S.E.A. Aquarium, Madame Tussauds Museum, Trick Eye Museum, Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom, AJ Hackett, Segway Fun Rides, Headrock VR rides, Singapore Cable Car : Sky Pass Round Trip and Mega Adventure Park.

- Redemption must be made by a member of the household with proof of residency. Please bring along the original form of identification and confirmation email for verification.
- Per registered household is entitled to only a 1-time redemption of 2 Sentosa Fun Passes loaded with 10 Tokens each.
- Free Sentosa Fun Pass (20 Tokens ) will be issued in 2 Sentosa Fun Passes each loaded with 10 Tokens.
- The tokens in the Free Sentosa Fun Pass cannot be combined into 1 Sentosa Fun Pass.
- Registration for Free Sentosa Fun Pass can only be done via NDP2020.sentosa.com.sg from now till 31 March 2021.
- Redemption of Free Sentosa Fun Pass must be made by 31 March 2021, while stocks last.
- Redemption of Free Sentosa Fun Pass can be made at any Sentosa Ticketing Counter.
- This redemption is only valid for locals and residents in Singapore.
- Free Sentosa Fun Passes are valid for 2 consecutive days and time stipulated, or until closure of attractions, whichever is earlier.


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