May 30, 2023

[UPDATED] 26 New Attractions & Places in Singapore that Opened in 2023!


In search of making new memories with the family?

If you are looking for new places and attractions to bring the family to, good news - there are 20 26 of them to take your pick from (plus one bonus attraction that opened in Dec last year!). In fact, almost half of these places are actually FREE to visit so there's no excuse in NOT bringing the family out! 😁



The Palawan @ Sentosa has opened with 2 beach clubs - one for families with young kids and another for the older crowd! Plus, there’s an mini 18-hole golf course for all ages too!


Remember Port of Lost Wonder? In its place is Splash Tribe, Singapore’s premier family-oriented beach club. With a sandcastle-themed play zone complete with water slides & wading pools, infinity-edge pool, and food & drinks, this is the perfect place for families with kids to spend a day out!

Choose from poolside or in-water sun loungers to elaborate two-storey private gazebos to chill - a minimum spend amount applies (from $50 to $600) depending on the seating you reserve. Reservation for the dining table has no minimum spending requirement. However, a cover charge of $10 is applicable for every guest 5 years old and above, regardless of the seating.


A beach club featuring an iconic swim-up bar in the main pool overlooking the shoreline of Palawan beach, +Twelve also has 12 terraced private cabanas, each with their own plunge pool. This beach club is geared towards adults, as all pools are restricted to patrons above 18 years old only. 

Select from casual spots on the beach, poolside daybeds and lounges or the exclusive cabanas on the terrace - a minimum spend amount applies (from $100 to $800) depending on the seating you reserve. Reservation for the picnic table has no minimum spending requirement. Bookings which include children and guests under 18 years old are welcomed for Picnic Tables and Beach Daybeds only. There is NO cover charge.


UltraGolf features a tournament-worthy course spanning over 1,900 square metres with 750m of playing length. Each of its 18 holes feature 2 tee positions for both seasoned and beginner players.

Rates start from $12 (aged 3-12) and $15 (13 & above) for off-peak timings to $18 (aged 3-12) and $22 (13 & above).


Take on the ultimate water adventure at Hydrodash, Singapore’s first and only floating aqua park. Dash, slide, leap and repeat as you conquer our inflatable obstacle course on the water. With varying challenge levels, HydroDash is the perfect attraction for bonding over a day of thrills, spills and laughter. Tickets from $19 for 1-hour of play.

At the time of writing, the DOG RUN (free to enter) and FOOD TRUCKS have opened. HyperDrive, Asia's first indoor gamified electric go-kart arena, will be opening in due course.

Address: 54 Palawan Beach Walk, Sentosa Singapore 098233

Opening hours: Opening hours differ for each attraction and dining outlet - Click here to learn more.

Admission: Different charges apply




Take the reins at the new Gallop Stable located at D'Resort, Downtown East! In addition to its current locations at Horsecity (Bukit Timah) and Pasir Ris Park, Gallop Stable has opened at Downtown East for everyone to interact with its horses.

Go on a pony ride, feed the horses, and get the chance to help to groom the horses too! Kids as young as three years old can go on a ride, or you can take a tour of the stables to learn more about horses in general. There is also an Art & Craft corner where the young ones can try their hand at Horseshoe Painting, Window Art, Sand Art, and Mask Painting (all at additional charges).

*Note: There will be no animal interactions between 12pm to 2pm (horses' nap time!), as well as on days with wet weather or extreme heat.

Address: 1 Pasir Ris Close, D'Resort Level 1, Singapore 519599 (D'Resort @ Downtown East)

Opening hours: Tue - Fri 10am -11:30am, 2pm - 6:30pm | Sat - Sun 8am - 11:30am, 2 - 6:30pm

Admission: Charges depend on activties 




After a round of refurbishment, the Singapore Navy Museum has re-opened its doors! Themed ‘Maritime Force for a Maritime Nation’, the refreshed three-storey museum features diverse offering across both its indoor and outdoor galleries, charting the evolution of the Republic of Singapore Navy, from its early days to the present, as well as a peek into the future.

Learn more about the Republic of Singapore Navy: from how it began, to the challenges the early sailors went through and overcame as well as view fascinating components preserved from its early warships.

The young and the young at heart can also try their hands at taking out simulated enemy targets with the Navy weapons, navigate a ship through the busy Singapore Strait, steer a submarine underwater, or get a glimpse of what it is like to be the commanding officer of a frigate. 

Address: 112 Tanah Merah Coast Road Singapore 498794

Opening hours: Mon to Fri | 12pm to 5pm (Last entry at 4.30pm)

PH, Sat and Sun | 10am to 2pm (Last entry at 1.30pm) 

*Closed every Tue

Admission: FREE Admission for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents (please present Pink or Blue NRIC for verification), Children below 6 years (any nationality) and  Foreign Military Personnel (Active, Retired, Veteran).

Tourists & Foreign Residents: Adult $8 | Concession Senior (60 years and above), Student, Special Access / Person with Disabilities (PWD) $5 | Package of 5 pax $24




Located at Central Beach Bazaar, Air Combat Sentosa is a unique VR experience combining state-of-the-art VR technology with the excitement of aerial warfare, providing an unparalleled sensory experience for participants.

Visitors will don a virtual reality headset and find themselves transported into the cockpit of a high performance fighter jet and enjoy a sense of exploration and exhilaration while soaring through realistic skyscapes through 6 different movements: Heave, Sway, Surge, Pitch, Roll, and Yaw. Unlike other conventional VR rides, the all-new ‘surge’ movement in Air Combat will take guests on an adrenaline rush when the fighter jet takes off from a runway. 

The 8-minute ride can accommodate up to eight guests at a time. Guests must be at least 12 years old, between 110cm and 190cm tall and below 100kg to enjoy the VR experience.

Address: 50 Beach View, Singapore 098604, on Level 2 @ Central Beach Bazaar

Opening hours: 10am - 10pm (Last ride at 9:40pm)

Admission: $15 per pax (Enjoy 10% off for online purchases)




Get those adrenaline pumping furiously at Slingshot Singapore, Asia’s tallest slingshot! Located at Clarke Quay, Slingshot Singapore will catapult up to 70 metres high at 160 km per hour. Designed to simulate a volcanic eruption, the Slingshot platform will tilt the two-seater gondola into a reclined position and lower riders into the heart of the ‘volcano’, before propelling them towards the skies at a force of up to 4G.

With its inclined structures at 54-metre high - equivalent to about 16 storeys - riders will be able to take in the mesmerising skyline of Singapore from a unique angle during the two-minute ride - if they dare to open their eyes! 😅

Address: 3E River Valley Road, Clarke Quay, Block E,  Singapore 179024

Opening hours: 4.30pm to 11.30pm daily

Admission: Adults $45 | Students (18 yrs & below) $35

*Height Requirement: Above 125cm

*No Age Requirement




First opened in November 2013, the Singapore Botanic Gardens Heritage Museum featured interactive and multimedia exhibits and panels detailing the Garden’s rich heritage since its inception in 1859. Refreshed and reopened in June 2023, visitors to the museum can now find out more about the Garden’s rich heritage and milestones with a particular focus on the accomplishments of the past decade through new installations and interactive exhibits.

Do also pop by the CDL Green Gallery, an eco-friendly building sited on Holttum Lawn in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. It was conceptualised as an extension of the Heritage Museum and features botanical or related exhibitions that are changed every six to nine months. Designed to be sustainable right from the start, the project introduced two eco-features for the first time in Singapore: the use of Hempcrete, a bio-composite material; and a pre-fabricated modular system that reduced on-site construction time to under 24 hours.

Address: Holttum Hall, next to Botany Centre in the Tanglin Core of Singapore Botanic Gardens

Opening hours: 9am to 6pm daily

*SBG Heritage Museum: CLOSED on every last Monday of the Month

*CDL Green Gallery: CLOSED on every last Tuesday of the Month

Admission: FREE



Mandai Wildlife West is an ungated public node that connects to the upcoming Bird Paradise, which means you don't need a ticket to access this area! Yes, it's FREE ENTRY FOR ALL! And that's superb news especially for kids, because of these 3 play areas:

Pangolin Hideout

Inspired by the burrows of a pangolin, kids can unleash their sense of discovery and mimic the behaviour of the mammal with movements like climbing, burrowing and sliding.

Pangolin Adventure

If one play area isn't enough, how about two? Scale through the obstacles at the pangolin-themed play area where the obstacles are at a lower level - which is great news for younger kids. 

Forest Stream Trail

At the Forest Stream Trail, kids can learn about the vulnerable riverine forest ecosystems as they weave through the root-like structures inspired by mangrove forests. And yes, they get to cool off here too by waddling through shallow waters!

Waterfall Cavern

Located at Mandai Wildlife West’s arrival point, be sure to make a stop ath the 10m-tall waterfall which is sculpted after Indonesia’s Madakaripura waterfall. You can get to the top of the waterfall by following the winding path behind a cascading water curtain and enjoy the cool mist, before arriving at the upper deck where playgrounds and F&B are located.

Of course, there is a wide variety of dining options too. Restaurants include A&W, Birds of Paradise Gelato Boutique & Sandwich Bar, COLLIN'S, Hans Union, Luke's Lobster, Leckerbaer, Mr. Holmes Bakehouse, Old Chang Kee Coffee House, Pavilion Banana Leaf and Starbucks.


Address: 20 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729825

Opening hours: 6am to 9pm daily 

Admission: FREE



The new Bird Paradise occupies a smaller land area than the old Jurong Bird Park but somehow, it feels so much larger! I think it has to do with how ingeniously the park made use of the ‘vertical space’ despite being smaller.

Bird Paradise consists of 10 zones, of which 8 are walk-through aviaries themed after various rainforests & habitats around the world. Visitors get up-close with different bird species via elevated boardwalks, and each aviary is seamlessly connected to one another. All amazing stuff, but the thing I love is the interactive rooms in between each aviary. Not only are these air-conditioned (yay!), they provide educational information through hands-on features that both kids & adults will love.

Some of the absolute must-visit attractions at Bird Paradise include Hong Leong Foundation Crimson Wetlands (flagmingos & a majestic waterfall - what's there not to love?), Kuok Group Wings of Asia (spot hornbills, spoonbills and other fascinating birds of Asia and go on a short Adventure Trail too!), and Ocean Network Express Penguin Cove (cute penguins, 'nuff said).

And of course, kids will love the WET & DRY playgrounds too! Egg Splash (9:30am – 5:30pm) is an egg-themed wonderland which offers wet play zones, with water slides, sprays and shallow pools while Treetop Play allows one to bounce on the trampolines and scale the nets like the park's feathered residents! It has a ramp for wheelchair users to get to the second level too.

Address: 20 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729825

Opening hours: 9am-6pm daily

Admission: Adults $48 | Kids (3-12) $33 | Senior Citizens $20

*If you're a local resident, do sign up for the FREE Wildpass before purchasing tickets as you can get 20% discount off admission prices!



Rail Corridor (North) has re-opened! The stretch from Upper Bukit Timah Truss Bridge (opposite Rail Mall) to Kranji MRT station is now open for everyone to enjoy. Now, you can walk along the Rail Corridor from Spooner Road near Tanjong Pagar to Kranji MRT - from south to north, all 21km of it!

Here are some things to take note for Rail Corridor (North):

- The new stretch starts from Upper Bukit Timah Truss Bridge. Entry point is at Rail Mall or at the overhead bridge in front of Rail Mall.

- Cross the bridge and head to the lookout deck where you can enjoy the scenic view of the lush Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and Dairy Farm Nature Park.

- Hike further down to the new Hillview Bridge. Railway tracks were embedded into the flooring of the bridge to remind visitors of the Rail Corridor’s history as a railway.

- After crossing the Hillview Bridge, there is a diverted route as the next section is still under refurbishment. Head down the ramp and walk along the main road until you reach the next entry point (opp  CHIJ Our Lady Queen of Peace).

- The Rail Corridor continues via a gravel path until Ten Mile Junction, where you have to cross the road and head to Pang Sua PCN.

- Walk along the PCN until you see a bridge on your right. Cross it and continue north along the Rail Corridor.

- From there, it’s pretty straightforward although do note you have to cross 2 roads along the way.

- This portion runs parallel to Woodlands Road and continues all the way to Kranji MRT station.

- The new Kranji node opposite Kranji MRT features a 250m rustic nature trail and next to it, a 2,000 sqm events field suitable for community events.

Admission: FREE


Stay overnight on Lazarus Island in these spruced up tiny homes! Tiny Away Escape @ Lazarus consists of 5 eco-friendly low-carbon accommodations and they are cosy and well-stocked!

Four of the accommodations come with a queen-sized bed and sofa bed. The sofa bed can fit either one adult or two kids so one house can comfortably fit 2 adults and 2 kids. The other is a smaller unit, which is good for 2 adults.

Amenities include a private bathroom with heater, TV, WiFi, safe, fridge, kettle, coffee machine, microwave, toaster, tableware, cutlery and even a smokeless grill!

But the greatest selling point has got to be getting the chance to stay in the tranquil surroundings of Lazarus Island, and experiencing all that Nature has to offer come night time and sunrise!

Address: Lazarus Island

Cost: From $199/night (excludes ferry from Singapore mainland)

Booking website


With ORTO's lease at its Yishun compund ending on 30 June 2023, some of the former tenants have relocated at West Coast. Located directly opposite Haw Par Villa, it occupies the former Westway building and is home to F&B outlets and some interesting lifestyle stores.

One of them is Ignite Spaces Singapore, which is a huge gaming space for everyone. Gaming comes in the form of good ol’ board games or cozy gaming rooms with Nintendo Switch or PS5 game consoles. There are even VR gaming rooms for rent too! Rates begin at $12/pax (full day access) for all-you-can-play board games and from $20/$30 per hr for the gaming rooms (up to 4 pax). Looks like a cool place to hang out with the family!

You can also try your hand at prawning at Prawning at ORTO or play a game of pool at West Coast Cue Sports. F&B options include RedDot BrewHouse (restaurant cum brewery), 88 Seafood SGMY (zichar), Kinn Dem (Thai food), Coastal Acoustic (bar with live band), Mo's Grill and Bar, Volta Bistro @ West (live band bistro) & After Hours Gelato.

*Do note the place is still in its soft opening phase, with renovation works still ongoing for other tenants.

Address: 27 West Coast Highway, Singapore 117867

*On-site parking available ($0.70/half-hour) | Nearest MRT Station: Haw Par Villa

Opening Hours: Varies according to tenant



Punggol Regional Library opens with the first two floors are entirely dedicated to children! Located within One Punggol, the library will occupy five storeys but the first two levels are opened for now - and they are filled with plenty of creative play activities for kids.


- Stories Come Alive Room: It features interactive screens that animate Singaporean poems across the four official languages as well as having regular storytelling sessions every 2nd & 4th Fridays of the month (3pm to 3.30pm).

- Toy Library: The first permanent toy library which offers a variety of toys to encourage dramatic, sensory and creative play among kids. 

- Tinker Tots: A dress-up area where kids can put on costumes and indulge in make-believe play as they read books within the area.


- Storyteller Cove: Kids can go on storytelling journey across three sections - Island of Tales, Kingdom of Books & Forest of Fables - and come up with their own tales, prompts included along the way.

- Spark!Lab: Set up in partnership with the Smithsonian Institution of the United States, this tinkering space lets kids tackle hands-on problems independently through a host of activities. Spark!Lab is free for kids aged 12 and below (kids aged 8 & below should be accompanied by an adult) and is open daily (2pm to 9pm on weekdays & 12pm to 9pm on weekends).

- Story Pods: Cosy areas where kids browse various stories via the screens.

- Cafe: For that much-needed coffee/tea break.

In addition, both levels incorporate lots of accessible features to serve the needs of people with disabilities. These include Calm Pods (quiet and safe spaces with wall and floor padding), multi-coloured keyboards with large keys (for people with visual impairments), ramps between the 2 levels, and a “Borrow-n-Go” passageway, which allows wheelchair-bound visitors to simply wheel through to borrow books via RFID technology.

Address: 1 Punggol Drive, One Punggol #01-12, Singapore 828629

Opening Hours: Mon - Sun: 12pm to 9pm

*Closed at 5.00pm on eves of Christmas, New Year and Chinese New Year and Closed on Public Holidays

Admission: FREE


Action Motion is Singapore's first digital active experience arena with a score-tabulating gamifier system. It features Augmented- Reality (AR) bouldering walls, AR trampoline, multi-level obstacle course and a net maze.

Simply tap your wrist band on the respective panels before each installation and the gamifier system will track your scores and timings. At the end of the whole experience, participants' results are displayed on a leader board. Nothing like having a competitive element to up the fun!

Other activities include Valo Jump (trampoline jumping with AR games), Valo Climb (Gamified rock climbing with AR games) and Ascend Lab (rock-climbing walls with various difficulty levels).

Entry Requirements:

- Compulsory Action Motion socks ($4/pair)

*Free socks will be given to visitors during the first 3 months of official opening.

- Height above 125cm

- Weigh not more than 120kg

- Children aged 12 years old and below are highly encouraged to be accompanied by a parent/guardian

Address: HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir, #02-07, 900 Bedok North Rd, Singapore 479994

Opening Hours: (Non-Peak) Weekdays: 12:00pm – 8:30pm | (Peak) Weekends/ PH/ School Holidays: 10:00am – 9:30pm​ (Closed on Mondays)

*Time Slots at 2.5hrs/slot with 30 min interval between slots​

Admission: Single Pass - HomeTeamNS $35.33 (Non-Peak) $39.36 (Peak) | Affiliate $40.37  (Non-Peak) $44.41 (Peak) | Guest $45.42 (Non-Peak)  $50.47 (Peak)

4-Pax Pass: HomeTeamNS $134.24 (Non-Peak) $147.36 (Peak) | Affiliate $159.48 (Non-Peak) $174.62 (Peak) | Guest $178.65 (Non-Peak) $195.81 (Peak)



14. Smart Nation PlayScape @ Science Centre Singapore 

FREE (Off-peak days)

Jointly developed by the Smart Nation and Digital Government Group (SNDGG) and Science Centre Singapore, Smart Nation PlayScape seeks to demystify technology and inspire youths to be curious about future technologies through fun and immersive exhibits.

The showcase aims to educate on tech trends in a simple, relatable and easy-to-digest manner, where complex technological concepts are broken down and translated into exhibits where they can “feel, touch, and play”. It features a wide variety of digital technologies powering Singapore’s Smart Nation journey – comprising eight zones covering Sensors, Geospatial, Biometrics and Cybersecurity, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Data Analytics, User Experience (UX) and Services, Robotics and Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR).

Some of the fun activities include programming a robot to dance, scrambling a Rubik’s cube and watching how the robot solves it, and competing with friends to see how fast the computer can recognise your doodles!

Address: Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Rd, Singapore 609081
Opening Hours: Tuesdays - Sundays 10am - 5pm
(Closed on Mondays except for Public Holidays and  the gazetted school holidays)
Admission: *Access to exhibition is included in the Science Centre Singapore's admission
Singaporean & PR
- FREE for all during OFF-PEAK days (weekdays during school term, excluding public holidays and school holidays)
- PEAK days (weekends, public holidays and school holidays): Adult $6 | Child (3-12) $4 | Senior Citizen (above 60) $4
- OFF-PEAK & PEAK: Adult $12 | Child (3-12) $8 | Senior Citizen (above 60) $12


“Clean Up, Or Else!” features household chores that balloon to enormous proportions to encourage active exploration and literary fun through poems and play to bring home the messages of shared responsibilities and of building good habits.

This playful idea is BIG on imagination and builds upon supersizing poems and play to encourage family conversation around the values of kindness, helpfulness and responsibility over personal and shared spaces at home.

Address: Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road, Block J #01-40, Singapore 439053

Opening Hours: Wednesday to Sunday - Session 1: 0915 – 1030 | Session 2: 1045 – 1200 | Session 3: 1400 – 1515 | Session 4: 1545 – 1700

Admission: Admission into The Artground’s Arts Space is free, with a refundable deposit of $15 per group booking collected upon booking on Peatix. This group Explore ticket admits a group of up to 5 pax only.

*You may choose to get back your deposit of $15 or donate it to The Artground during your booking. For those who have selected for a refund, you will receive it within 24 hours after your visit (standard Credit Card refund terms apply). A full $15 refund will only apply if a visitor who bought the ticket shows up for the allocated slot and checks the ‘I would like my refund back’ option.

For tickets, visit HERE.



Set on a hill slope amidst a canopy of trees, the East Villa at HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir consist of 10 villas in total which offer either soothing greenery or scenic waterfront views.

All villas come with 3 bedrooms (1 King, 1 Queen & 2 Single beds), living room (with game console!), kitchen and dining area. Two unique features of the villas are the private BBQ countertop with electric grill area which comes with awesome views AND the rooftop area. Awesome option for celebrations with family and friends!

There is no limit on group size for guest and visitors but the night occupancy limit of 6 pax apply. Each booking also comes with two complimentary parking tickets per night, entry for 10 to the gorgeous Infinity Pool and 4 access passes to Fitness Workz Garage gym.

Rates start from $400++/night and the villas are currently open for booking exclusively for HomeTeamNS Members from now to 30 June 2023. The next booking window for Affiliate (SAFRA/PAssion/JOM) Members and Guest Bookings will be announced at a later date so stay tuned!

Address: 900 Bedok North Rd, Singapore 479994

Cost: From $400++/night



Reunion at National Museum of Singapore is the first purpose-built social space for seniors in a local museum. Its primary aim is to provide a museum-based intervention that embraces social inclusion, health and well-being goals for seniors, including those with mild cognitive impairment and dementia.

Comprising of a café and an activity space, it is truly a wonderful space that seniors can find both familiarity and comfort in. The activity space features a group activity area, an immersive projection cave, a Quiet Room, and music booths - all with the intention to support the mental health and well-being of seniors through stimulating memories and initiating conversations.

Designed to resemble a space that feels like our home, Reunion exudes a sense of warmth and comfort through the use of natural lighting, wide spaces and even a Quiet Room for seniors to get away from the ‘noise’. There are ample seating for seniors, and various ‘artefacts’ like the rotary dial telephone and chapteh are placed around the space to create that sense of familiarity for seniors.

And do check out Café Brera at Reunion too. Opened by Bakery Brera, the cafe serves fresh bakes and wholesome food suitable for seniors. And you know it is senior-friendly when it also serves dysphagia-friendly food which are suitable for people with swallowing difficulties. A majority of the Café Brera team also comprises seniors, as the café welcomes them to work, mingle, contribute and do things together.

Address: 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897
Opening Hours: 9am to 6pm daily
Admission: Free for Singaporeans and PRs

18. CLIMB @ T3

Climb@T3 with your family and friends at Changi Airport's first sport climbing facility!

The family-friendly facility provides a novel and exciting experience for everyone from as young as 2 years old to adult enthusiasts. Be it guided or unguided programmes, or children's coaching classes, there is something for everyone!

Address: Changi Airport T3 (Public area), Basement 3

Opening Hours: Mon - Fri: 12pm to 9.30pm | Weekends & PH: 10am to 9.30pm

Cost: From $17 - 1x Climb & Play (Unguided) [Visit website for full rates and schedules)



After 4 years of renovation, Peranakan Museum Singapore has re-opened! Spread over three floors, the museum explores the Peranakan identity through universal themes of “Origins”, “Home”, and “Style” with each permanent gallery having its own distinctive look and feel, and spotlights a particular aspect of Peranakan culture.

Level one's Origins gallery showcases the diverse origins and evolution of Peranakan communities. Level two's Home galleries feature objects related to family and community life, revealing a range of Peranakan customs, foods, languages and beliefs. Check out especially the ceramics and food culture gallery which houses some of the best and rarest examples of Peranakan ‘nyonyaware’! Level three's Style galleries are dedicated to Peranakan fashion and decorative textiles, like the iconic sarong kebaya.

Granted that the galleries may be a tad dry for younger kids so what are there for kids at the new Perankan Museum?

1. Exploration Zone: Located on Level 2, this dedicated space has tables and chairs for the young ones where they can do crafting, drawing and colouring. Activities such as storytelling will also be held here.

2. Throughout the museum, look out for pink panels titled 'ANAK ANAK'. These have been specially printed for children and explain the significance of the exhibits in a more engaging manner. Specifically chosen due to their appeal to kids, they include a special birth carriage and an 'ang ku kueh' mould.

3. Kids can pick up a FREE copy of an Activity Trail booklet at the admission counter and complete the activities within as they tour the musuem.

Address: 39 Armenian Street. Singapore 179941

Opening Hours: 10am - 7pm daily (Late closure on Fridays)

Admission: FREE for Singaporeans & PRs | Foreign Residents & Visitors - Adults $12, Students & Seniors $8, Children (6yrs & below) Free, Families of 5 $36



Rink @ Punggol East is Singapore’s Largest Rollersports Rink – built for endless hours of active fun!

With over 12,000 sqft of fully sheltered rink space, the widest assortment of rollersports equipment and direct access to one of the most scenic riverside park connectors, the rink is a dream come true for all roller-lovers young and old, rain or shine!

Check out the full range of activities below:

Address: Punggol East Container Park, 50 Punggol East (along Tebing Lane)
Opening Hours: 10am - 8pm (Weekends, Sch & Public Holidays)
Cost: $16 per 2-Hour Pass (includes equip & guards)


Step into E.S.C., Singapore's most exciting escape room, which offers immersive experiences from ball-filled enclosures to quaking floors. This fun-filled attraction blends the ever-popular escape room concept with the wonders of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), and an added sprinkle of theatricality.

If you're expecting the regular combination locks and ciphers you might be a little disappointed. Instead, think unique new storylines and fresh, STEM-themed puzzles, which test knowledge, skill and tenacity.

There are three different concept rooms – Museum of Humankind, Shangri-La and Dr X – each offering a different world for players to immerse themselves in. Take on the role of the last humans alive, avatars trying to make their way out of a glitching metaverse, or desperate people in search of a lost friend. 

*Recommended for ages 13 and up. Children aged 4 to 12 must have a valid ticket and accompanied by a paying adult (of at least 18 years old). Children aged 3 and below will not be granted entry.

Address: ​Science Centre Singapore (Annexe), 15 Science Centre Rd, Singapore 609081
Opening Hours: Thur - Sun & Public Holidays: 10am - 10pm | Mon - Wed (Gazetted School Holidays): 10am - 5pm
Admission: From $20 per pax (weekdays) to $30 per pax (weekends)


The National Heritage Board (NHB)’s refreshed Toa Payoh Heritage Trail expounds on the history of Singapore’s “model town” and tell the lesser-known stories of Toa Payoh’s significant landmarks and ubiquitous locales. 

First launched in 2014 as NHB’s 11th heritage trail, the Toa Payoh Heritage Trail traced the development of the area from swampland to a “model” estate, which subsequently became home to iconic religious and community institutions. 

The refreshed Toa Payoh Heritage Trail covers 29 heritage sites and features 10 heritage trail markers, with two new marked sites comprising Block 53, also known as the “VIP Block”, and the iconic Toa Payoh Dragon Playground. 

As part of the refresh, three newly curated thematic routes will bring trail-goers on different journeys vis-a-vis (1) the evolution of public housing design, (2) the histories of religious institutions in Toa Payoh and (3) the everyday heritage of the area’s community institutions. These self-guided routes, which trail-goers can embark on in their own time and according to their interests, are:

Of Public Housing & Shared Spaces (1.5 hours on foot, 4.5 km)

This trail explores the architectural development of HDB blocks, communal spaces and town planning, which reflected the needs and aspirations of Singaporean homeowners over the decades.

Of Faiths & Beliefs (2 hours with public transport, 6 km)

This trail showcases the temples, mosques, churches and institutions that represent the diverse communities which live, work and worshipped in Toa Payoh.

Of Community Institutions & Common Spaces (0.5 hours on foot, 1.5 km)

This trail focuses on the institutions and spaces that continue to play an active role in the sporting, cultural and social lives of Toa Payoh residents. 

The Toa Payoh Heritage Trail’s companion guide and map can be downloaded from NHB’s heritage portal


Practise your moves and tricks at SkatePark @ Lakeside Garden!

Grab your skateboard and head down to SkatePark @ Lakeside Garden, which is Singapore’s largest outdoor skate park, and the first to include a parkour park and bouldering wall.

Designed with inputs from sporting communities, this skate park has five skate pods catering to different skill levels – Learn to Skate Pod, Skate Drain Pod, Mini Bowl Pod, Big Bowl Pod and Plaza Pod, which is sheltered for all-weather use. 

For those who prefer to take it slow, Lakeside Green is perfect for sitting back and enjoying the panoramic view of the lake. Or take a stroll along the water’s edge and spot freshwater wildlife.

Address: Lakeside Garden, Jurong Lake Gardens (nearest carpark is North Carpark)

Opening Hours: 8am to 10pm, Tuesday to Sunday (Closed every Mondays for Maintenance and Tuesdays if preceding Monday is a Public Holiday.)

Admission: FREE



The Sky Terrace on Level 3 at the newly-reopened Shaw Plaza consists of an outdoor play area that is designed to excite, engage and entertain kids in active fun!

The highlight of the area has to be the Wallhola vertical playground where kids can climb up and down within a caged area, complete with a slide!

For the younger kids, there are the little tunnels and trampoline to keep them entertained as well.

Right at the other end of the Sky Terrace is a mini zip-line where kids can zip across!

Address: Shaw Plaza, Level 3, 360 Balestier Road, Singapore 329783

Admission: FREE



Kiztopia Club Woodleigh Mall

Venture into the ‘deep blue sea’ and uncover 3,000 sq ft of ‘underwater exploration’ such as mega ball pits, trampoline, role-play room, sand pit and more! Climb through challenging obstacle courses, navigating your way through the submarine and exit at high speed into pools of mini ocean balls.

Address: The Woodleigh Mall, 11 Bidadari Park Dr, #01-50/51, Singapore 367803

Opening Hours: Sun – Thurs: 10am to 8pm | Fri, Sat & PH: 10am to 9pm

Admission: From $19.80 (One-time entry, 1 hour playtime. Admits ONE child and ONE free accompanying adult.)


Bouncetopia SAFRA Choa Chu Kang

Save the day with your favourite sidekick in the 6,400 sq ft Superhero-themed play area. Bounce off walls and transform each obstacle course into your battleground. Get your blood pumping with the tallest slide in the house, sending you into a ball pit frenzy at the speed of light! Take perfect photo opportunities with Kiztopia Friends in their superhero gear to commemorate your day as a hero!

Address: SAFRA Choa Chu Kang, 28 Choa Chu Kang Dr, #01-04, Singapore 689964
Opening Hours:  Sun – Thurs: 10am to 8pm | Fri, Sat & PH: 10am to 9pm
Admission: From $15.80 (One-time entry, 1 hour playtime. Admits ONE child only. Adult at $10/pax)

Kiztopia Marina Square [Re-opened]

Kiztopia at Marina Square Singapore has re-opened after a round of transformation and enhancement works!


🛝 Expanded Mojo Zone, with more activities and a larger ball pit area

🛝 Mark’s Blocks, a block play zone

🛝 Honey's Station, a new play area for toddlers, with ball pit and slides

🛝 New Bouncy Inflatable

🛝 Enhanced Pio Drift zone

26. Aqua Adventure

Aqua Adventure is Singapore's first integrated all-weather water adventure centre. It spans 3 storeys, featuring Singapore's longest indoor waterslide at 114m for the double rider slide (green) and an 85m long indoor Black Hole Water Slide with Aqualucent Strips (orange/white).

But more than that, it is also home to an AquaCourse, an indoor aquatic challenge rope course - yes, prepare to get wet while attempting the course! Located above the Laze Pool, the Aquatic Challenge Rope Course offers eight engaging and interactive obstacles that require the participants to walk across narrow beams or hanging steps, while getting splashed from water buckets.

Aqua Adventure also has dry activities including an indoor net obstacle course and climbing walls. For those who just want to chill, there is a laze pool as well.

NOTE: There is a minimum height requirement of 1.25m, a minimum weight of 30kg and a maximum weight of 120kg. There is no age requirement for the activities. However, children under 12 years old are required to have adult supervision in the pool.

Address: HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir, #02-06, 900 Bedok North Rd, Singapore 479994

Opening Hours: 

SCHOOL HOLIDAYS - Tuesday – Thursday 1000hrs – 1800hrs | Friday – Sunday 1000hrs – 1500hrs & 1600hrs – 2100hrs (Closed on Mondays)

NON-SCHOOL HOLIDAYS - Thursday & Friday (Non-Peak) 1400hrs – 2000hrs | Weekends, Public Holiday, School Holiday (Peak) 1000hrs – 1500hrs & 1600hrs – 2100hrs (Closed from Monday to Wednesday)





(Opened in Dec 2022)

Children's Museum Singapore is Singapore’s first-ever museum dedicated to children 12 years old and adults CANNOT enter it without a child’s accompaniment! Formerly Singapore Philatelic Museum, it is now called Children’s Museum Singapore (CMSG) after an extensive round of refurbishments. 

Designed to serve as a “starter museum” to cultivate a love for museums and lifelong learning in kids and their families, CMSG is home to a variety of interactive installations and experiences that spark imagination and curiosity in kids of all ages.

Brimming with multimedia exhibits, artefacts and more, the museum aims to provide a conducive environment for informal learning and enchant children with an eye-opening encounter with Singapore’s heritage and culture, as well as discoveries about themselves and the world around them.

Address: 23-B, Coleman St, Singapore 179807

Opening hours: Tue-Sun (closed on Mon) 9am-6pm

Admission: FREE admission for all Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents | Tourists & Foreign Residents - Adult $15 | Child $10 | Family Package $40 (for 2 Adults, 2 Children)

*Advanced booking is required for all visitors due to limited capacity. 


I will update this post when new attractions open in the next few months so bookmark this post! 😊

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