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  • Arab Street

    Explore the alleys along Arab Street to discover numerous wall murals, fashion boutiques and cafes, or go on a culinary adventure around the world by tasting Indonesia, Middle Eastern, Turkish, European and American cuisines in the various restaurants around the area. Selected lanes are designated car-free on Friday nights and weekends, which makes the area more lively and vibrant as buskers and musicians take to the streets to showcase their vocals.

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  • Henderson Wave

    Standing at 36m above ground, the Henderson Wave bridge is Singapore's highest pedestrian bridge. Connecting Telok Blangah Hill Park and Mount Faber Park, the bridge is designed to mimic the undulating shape of a wave and is spacious enough for the little ones to unleash their athleticism without getting in the way of fellow park enthusiasts. The bridge also provides a great view as it overlooks the Henderson Road where you can see the futuristic looking Reflections at Keppel Bay in the distance.

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  • Gardens by the Bay

    Gardens by the Bay is one of Asia's foremost horticultural attraction built for visitors to admire and learn about the various flora of the world. Visit the iconic Supertree Grove and take a stroll along the OCBC Skyway for a different but equally impressive view of the Gardens. For a fun-filled family visit, dedicate time to the educational Heritage Gardens and lush Children's Garden filled with water play features and interactive playtime elements designed to enhance your child's physical and cognitive development through play.

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  • Pulau Ubin

    Escape the city's hustle and bustle by visiting one of the last kampongs (village) in Singapore by taking a short ferry ride from Changi Village Jetty. Upon arriving at Pulau Ubin, be sure to bring your little ones on a visit to a conserved kampong house and the Ubin Fruit Orchard for a eye-opening glimpse into rustic island life. Spend the rest of the day exploring the other scenic parts of Pulau Ubin on bicycles, which can be conveniently rented on the island.

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  • Dempsey Hill

    Minutes away from Orchard Road lies the tranquil Dempsey Hill, a peaceful enclave with exciting dining, crafts and retail selections for family fun away from the crowds. Unleash your creativity at Lowen by Dempsey Hill with the multitude of creative programmes available for both kids and adults or pay a visit to the Open Farm Community, where children can explore the fruit orchard and gain a deeper understanding of farming for food.

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  • Mega Adventure - Zipline

    Standing at 75 metres high and 450m long, MegaZip can reach speeds of up to 60kph. Being the first 3 wire zip line, a ride on the MegaZip can be turned into a friendly race between family members as you race through the jungle canopy of Imbiah Hill to the sands of Siloso Beach. It is the perfect family activity for the adrenaline seekers in this humid weather of Singapore and gives riders a bird's eye view of Siloso beach.

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  • Playeum

    The Playeum, Children's Centre for Creativity is Singapore's first dedicated space for children aged 1 - 12. With spaces carefully designed to encourage interactive experiences and open-ended, exploratory learning, the Playeum sets out to encourage children to become lost in an imaginative world via exploring, creating and learning through play. The hands-on exhibition, which changes every 6 months, is carefully curated to provide unique environments that stimulate a child's creativity in various ways.

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  • The Projector

    Explore Singapore's most hidden cinema tucked away in an unsuspecting building. Refurbished from two cinema halls of Golden Theatres', The Projector is Singapore's only independent cinema and creative platform that showcases a carefully curated selection of films. Take your little movie buffs on a day trip to explore The Projector and to catch the screening of popular award winning children's films such as The Red Turtle and Frozen (Sing-a-long).

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  • Tanjong Beach Club

    A peaceful tropical hideaway from Singapore's concrete jungle on weekdays and a vibrant beach club on weekends, Tanjong Beach Club is an amalgamation of restaurant, bar and tropical paradise that has been lauded by Condé Nast Traveller as one of the World's Best Beach Clubs. A visit to the Tanjong Beach Club will excite your little ones as they get to have a fun-filled day splashing in the pool. Adults can also have a relaxing day out over a decadent cocktail while admiring the stunning beach view.

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  • Forest Adventure

    Overcome your fear of heights through the challenging rope courses at Forest Adventure. Comprising of obstacles and zip lines, throw away all inhibitions as you navigate the courses built amongst trees. The perfect activity for the adrenaline seeking family, Forest Adventure has different courses tailored for adults, juniors and children respectively, making sure that the obstacles are fun and thrilling for family members of all ages.

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  • Maxwell Road Hawker Centre

    Singaporeans' love for food is indisputable and hawker centres exemplify that passion. Maxwell Road Hawker Centre attracts both locals and tourists alike with its plethora of authentic local food at reasonable prices. Popular Singaporean dishes to try include the aromatic Hainanese Chicken Rice, uniquely Singapore Bak Chor Mee (minced pork and noodles), as well as the flavourful and colourful ice kachang (crushed ice dessert) that makes for a satisfying finish to a meal.

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  • Plain Vanilla Bakery

    Situated in a unique heritage neighbourhood, Tiong Bahru, Plain Vanilla Bakery is a homegrown cupcake joint offering freshly-baked cupcakes daily. With a quaint and charming café interior, a few hours spent indulging in cupcakes made using only the best ingredients would be over in a blink of an eye. Kids and adults will be equally delighted to find that the bakery has a spacious outdoor area at the front of the shop that is perfect for a lazing around on a hot and humid afternoon.

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  • Tiann's

    Tiann's takes pride in creating sweet treats with real ingredients and for offering gluten-free food that are low in sugar. Not only are they well-loved by parents for their ice-cream that are not loaded with sugar, they are also famous for their signature savoury waffles. Made using almond, egg, chia seed, coconut and rice, the delicious waffles are healthy and nutritious, and taste perfect when paired with their ice-cream. This combination is bound to leave your kids with joyful smiles.

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  • New Ubin Seafood

    Visit New Ubin Seafood for a scrumptious and authentic Zi Char (refers to a variety of home-style Chinese cuisines) meal. With origins tracing back to Singapore's offshore island Pulau Ubin, the restaurant has become synonymous with fresh and tantalising seafood delicacies that have been perfected over the years to suit local palettes. Be sure to try their signature dishes, including the Chilli Crab - one of Singapore's most representative dishes, for a complete culinary adventure.

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  • Kaya Toast and Soft-boiled Eggs at Ya Kun Kaya Toast

    A traditional Singaporean breakfast consist of toast lathered with kaya (a jam made form eggs, sugar, coconut milk and pandan leaves) coupled with soft-boiled eggs and coffee. While this national breakfast is available everywhere, each store does it a little differently. Visit a Ya Kun Kaya Toast branch that can be easily found around Singapore for a tasty and hearty Singaporean breakfast.

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  • Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium

    Enjoy a brighter stay in sunny Singapore with Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, just steps away from the iconic Singapore River. From the hotel, you can stroll to Clarke Quay, which offers a wide selection of dining experiences. Some of Singapore’s best attractions, including Chinatown and Gardens by the Bay, are just a convenient commute away. The hotel also provides free shuttle service to the famous Orchard Road shopping belt.

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  • Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre

    Nestled in the heart of Singapore’s prime shopping district, Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre is neighbour with some of the city’s best malls. In addition to the exciting shopping, dining and entertainment options at your doorstep, you can hop aboard a train at the nearby Somerset MRT station, to visit other attractions around the island. With the Kids Stay & Eat Free programme*, be sure to enjoy a family meal at Tandoor — Singapore’s most awarded Indian restaurant — located within the hotel. <br /> <br /> <br /> *T&Cs apply.

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