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Family fun in Singapore

By AdeleFriday 20th November 2015

Universal Studios is a fun day out for the whole family – Image by Flickr user choo chin nian Universal Studios is a fun day out for the whole family – Image by Flickr user choo chin nian

Known as one of the world’s primary financial hubs, and a popular destination for holidaymakers, Singapore is buzzing with activity all year round. People flock to marvel at the sky-high buildings, try their luck at the famous casinos and to explore the country’s rich history. This once industrial port city-state is also becoming more and more popular as a destination for families. In this blog post, we’re taking a look at family fun in Singapore and how you and your family can enjoy the city to its fullest. Read on to find out more.

The Lake of Dreams on Sentosa island – Image by Flickr user Schristia The Lake of Dreams on Sentosa island – Image by Flickr user Schristia

Discover the island playground, Sentosa

Where is it: Off Singapore’s south coast, a short drive from Singapore’s city centre Sentosa is a dream come true for children everywhere. This small island is jam-packed with (almost) everything a child could ever want to do, making it a prime destination for families with children of all ages. There’s an adventure park, a waterpark, many beaches, a flying trapeze, a wave house and much, much more. The attraction that draws the biggest crowds, however, is the ever-popular Universal Studios. Visitors can go beyond the screen and discover the world of Hollywood blockbusters through exhilarating rides, attractions and performances. If that doesn’t get you excited, then thought of two 18-hole golf courses, seven spas and more than a handful of boutiques should! The Singapore Botanic Gardens are unmissable – Image by Flickr user Barry Peters The Singapore Botanic Gardens are unmissable – Image by Flickr user Barry Peters

Amble in the Singapore Botanic Gardens

Where is it: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569 While many cities have beautiful botanic gardens, Singapore’s are undoubtedly some of the best, and UNESCO certainly agrees. These 156-year-old tropical gardens have been classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site in an effort to preserve and maintain them. Situated in Singapore’s city centre, the gardens cover 74 hectares of land including picturesque lakes, areas of rainforest, outdoor sculptures and, of course, unique garden habitats. The National Orchid Garden is arguably one of the best, featuring 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids of this beautiful flower. You and the kids can spend the day ambling through the gardens in the warm sunshine, before settling on the grass for an afternoon picnic. Delightful! See how many species of orchid you can spot – Image by Flickr user Nicolas See how many species of orchid you can spot – Image by Flickr user Nicolas

Explore Singapore Zoo at night

Where is it: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826 Have you ever wondered what the zoo’s animals get up to after dark? Now’s the time to find out! Book tickets to Singapore Zoo’s Night Safari and you’ll get to see the animals as you’ve never seen them before. As the sun goes down, walk the Leopard Trail and prepare to be wowed by leopards, lions, zebras, bird and other creatures, or join the Adventure Safari and whizz through the zoo in your private buggy. Along the way, the tour leader will share interesting facts and knowledge about the animals you encounter, making for a fun and educational outing. Once you’ve finished exploring, head to the Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant for a delicious bite to eat. Visit the Singapore Zoo at night for an unforgettable experience – Image by Flickr user Madeleine Deaton Visit the Singapore Zoo at night for an unforgettable experience – Image by Flickr user Madeleine Deaton

Splash around at Wild Wild Wet Waterpark

Where is it: 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Singapore 519599 Average temperatures in Singapore range between 25°C and 30°C all year round; perfect weather for a day at a waterpark. Singapore is home to several watery plagrounds, but Wild Wild Wet is a favourite amongst visitors and locals. The park features all kinds of rides, slides and attractions, catering to kids and adults of all ages. Thrill seekers can go all out on the Torpedo – a tube slide that begins with a vertical drop – while younger children can have fun splashing in the shallows of the Yippee! area. If relaxation is more your thing, take a moment to unwind in the Jacuzzi, where the warm water will help to soothe your muscles and relieve any physical tension.

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