The March School Holidays are upon us! Whilst it’s great to have the kids at home, it can be a struggle trying to think of activities that will keep them entertained.
Here are some activities and events that might just be perfect for the whole family:
1. Sentosa – Kids enter free with every paying adult
Where better to let the kids go wild than at Sentosa, The State of Fun? Even better – this March, any child aged 12 and under can enjoy free entry with every paying adult. This is valid for a total of seven attractions, such as the Gogreen Segway Eco Adventure, iFly Singapore, Madame Tussauds Singapore, HeadRock VR, SkyPark by AJ Hackett Sentosa, Singapore Cable Car, and the Royal Albatross.
Depending on the activity you pick, this promotion could potentially save you up to $100. Why not make a whole weekend of it, and plan a staycation as well to fully maximise your time? Until 31 March, you’ll also be able to enjoy free island admission, as well as $4 off your Grab ride with the promo code “SentosaFun”.
For more information, visit Sentosa’s website.
2. Unlimited entry to Gardens by the Bay
Plan a visit to our garden oasis in the pure air-conditioned comfort of Gardens by the Bay. What’s more, they’re offering their Friends of the Gardens e-membership from just $20 until 15 March 2021.
Score a 6-month unlimited pass from just $20! This pass costs $20 for adults, $24 for children, $38 for seniors, and is valid only on weekdays. The pass grants you unlimited access to the Cloud Forest, Flower Dome, and the OCBC Skyway. The entry fee for these 3 attractions combined is already $32; so even if you just visit the attractions once, you’d already enjoyed more than your money’s worth! You’ll also be entitled to free parking for the first two hours of each visit, on top of exclusive merchant discounts at the souvenir store.
Buy your passes by 15 March 2021 here!
3. SEA Aquarium’s Sea of Tiki
Dive deep for a magical adventure at SEA Aquarium, where the Sea of Tiki is making its debut from 13 March to 11 May 2021. Be one of the first to check out this fascinating exhibit that will transport you to the wonders of Hawaii.
Follow your tiki guide as they bring you to meet the marine animals, and stroke creatures at the Discovery Touch Pool. Watch in awe as the volcano at the end comes alive with dazzling light and sound effects! Catch Tiki Warriors in action as they dive deep to feed the marine animals, and see if you can snap a picture with the adorable Manta Ray mascots. You can even transform yourself into a tiki with a totem of your own at the photo zone – there’s so much to experience.
Book your tickets here!
4. ACM Caravanserai
Get ready for a dynamic and colourful weekend at ACM Caravanserai, which will take place on the lawns of the Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) from 13 to 21 March 2021. Modelled after the travelling caravans of past Asian civilisations, this pop-up will be filled with stores peddling food, beverages, arts and crafts, homemade wares, and more!
Acting as a “rest stop for the curious traveller today”, you can also take part in various artisanal programmes and activities. After trawling through the pop-up, do take some time to explore ACM’s permanent galleries, entry to which is free for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents.
Entry to ACS Caravanserai is free of charge.
5. World Water Day at Science Centre Singapore
World Water Day falls on 22 March 2021, and Science Centre Singapore is celebrating the occasion with plenty of fun-filled activities! Join the ‘Day as a Droplet’ Gallery Hunt, and “shape-shift through the different states of water as you journey through the water cycle”.
Tackle the various ‘Wet & Wild’ activity booths, where you and the whole family can engage in activities such as ‘Pump It’, ‘Mickey Molecule’, and ‘Floating Floaties’. The last one will even allow you to make your very own floatation device, and race your friends with it! A minimum spend of $20 will also give you discounts for an array of water-related merchandise at the souvenir shop.
Buy your tickets here!