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A Guide to Kid-Friendly Singapore Top 20 Kids Activities

A Guide to Kid-Friendly Singapore: Top 20 Kids Activities

Family time means gearing your kids up for a whole day of fun activities. Choosing where to take them won’t be so hard thanks to Singapore’s gold mine of kid-friendly attractions from indoor playgrounds to waterparks. 

Our Singapore kid entertainment guide lists the best parks, playgrounds, and attractions to keep your day packed with fun kids’ activities this weekend!

1. Create digital artwork at ArtScience Museum

Address: 6 Bayfront Ave, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018974


Contact Details: +6566888888

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 10:00 am to 7:00 pm

Entrance Fees: $40 for tourists, $35 for Singapore citizens and permanent residents

The ArtScience Museum is a family-friendly digital art museum that packs a lot of activities that’ll spark your and your child’s creativity all day. 

Here, your kids can wander around a nature-based interactive space at Digital Light Canvas, turn colourful drawings into souvenirs at the Sketch Factory, or paint with your footsteps at Strokes of Life!  

Pro tip: If you’re a family of four, grab the Family Pack to get one free ticket for your child. Family Pack prices start at $116 for The Museum Ticket and $70 for entrance to select exhibitions.

2. Slide and jump around Kiztopia Marina Square’s indoor playground

Address: Marina Square, #01-09, Singapore 039594


Contact Details: +6582010393

Operating Hours: Monday to Friday, 10:00 am to 8:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

Entrance Fees: $30 per hour per kid and $12 per adult, one-time entry

Kiztopia is an 18,000-square-foot indoor playground for your kids to jump, slide, and play all day. 

There are eight themed jungle playgrounds and 18 play areas to choose from, and all of them are designed to ignite your kids’ social, emotional, and motor skills while having endless fun.

Your kids can go on mini train rides, jump around trampolines, dive into ball pools, go down thrilling slides, and build skills in the interactive play zones! 

Pro tip: You don’t need to reserve slots at Kiztopia, so to beat large crowds, the best time to visit is on weekday afternoons and evenings until closing.

3. Bounce at Airzone

Address: 180 Kitchener Road, #02-K4, K10, Singapore 208539 


Contact Details: +6566319789

Operating Hours: Monday to Friday, 10:00 am to 8:30 pm, Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 am to 9:30 pm

Entrance Fees: $27 per person

Bounce at Airzone, the first indoor suspended net playground in Singapore that’s made for kids (and adults) who love to defy their fear of heights! 

Airzone is located inside City Square Mall, so if you and your kids want to refuel, many kid-friendly restaurants are nearby. 

You can bounce around sky nets, jump into floating ball pools, or walk and crawl around the 3D maze.

The indoor playground’s suspended nets cover the second to sixth floors of the mall, so you’re suspended in between floors! The nets are see-through, so you get a birdseye view of the mall below you. 

Pro tip: While the park is open for guests of all ages, kids below 5 years old must be accompanied by a paying adult. So, if you’ve got a young tot with you, conquer your fear of heights along with them!

4. Defy gravity at iFly Singapore

Address: 43 Siloso Beach Walk, #01-01, iFly, Singapore 099010 


Contact Details: +6565710000

Operating Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday to Sunday, 9:00 am to 10:00 pm, Wednesday, 11:30 am to 10:00 pm

Entrance Fees: $89 per person for 1.5 hours

Another airborne experience for you and your kids awaits at iFly Singapore. Here, your kids can really experience what it’s like to float and fly inside a wind tunnel that lifts them 12,000 feet in the air. 

Watch them float at varying heights—an experience they’ll probably never forget.

Trained instructors will guide you through the proper flying stances and keep you from floating around. Your kids are safe to join in with you so long as they’re at least seven years old. 

Pro tip: You’ll only have to pay $69 per person if you book online tickets two days in advance!

5. Get on thrilling rides at Universal Studios Singapore

Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269 


Contact Details: +6565778888

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 11:00 am to 6:00 pm

Entrance Fees: $61 for foreigners, $58 for Singapore citizens and permanent residents

If your kids love Shrek, Transformers, and Jurassic Park, spending a day at Universal Studios may be their cup of tea. 

The movie-themed amusement park is packed with thrilling rides and attractions across six themed zones that will keep your kids’ energy on a high.  

Explore the streets of New York, discover dinosaurs in Jurassic Park, or go back in time to Ancient Egypt using the One-Day Pass for unlimited access to rides inside the park. 

If your kids are low on energy, there are shows such as the Rhythm Truck, The Dance for the Magic Beans, and the Shrek 4-D Adventure, or meet-and-greets with Sesame Street, Shrek, and other movie characters to keep them occupied. 

Pro tip: The Universal Studios Singapore VIP Experience is an all-access pass that includes unlimited rides, complimentary refreshments, a $25 dining coupon, tours in English, and 10% discounts at souvenir shops. It offers good back for the buck if you bring your whole family!

6. Get in touch with nature at Gardens by the Bay

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953


Contact Details: +6564206848

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 5:00 am to 2:00 am

Entrance Fees: Free admission for most attractions, starting from $30 for foreigners, $18 for Singapore citizens and permanent residents for Flower Dome, Floral Fantasy, OCBC Skyway, Cloud Forest, and Supertree Observatory

Gardens by the Bay is one of the most popular spots in Singapore. The whole garden complex houses nature-based attractions, the most famous among them being the Supertree Grove, Flower Dome, Cloud Forest, and Floral Fantasy. 

You and your kids can marvel at thousands of flora inside the conservatories or explore the outdoor playgrounds and attractions to learn about Singapore’s diverse ecosystems. 

Tickets to the conservatives vary, but most places are free for visitors to roam, so you can spend the whole day surrounded by nature with your kids. 

Pro tip: The best time to visit Gardens by the Bay is in the afternoon, especially when it’s an hour to two away from sunset. The views from the OCBC Skyway are a must-see as the sun goes down!

7. Go under the sea at SEA Aquarium

Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269


Contact Details: +6565778888

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Entrance Fees: $61 for foreigners, $58 for Singapore citizens and permanent residents

The SEA Aquarium is home to over 100,000 marine animals from across the globe, making it one of the biggest aquariums in the world. If your kids love the ocean and the diverse life living in its depths, this place may be their cup of tea. 

Your kids can marvel at over 12 pieces of shark at the Apex Predators of the Sea, watch sea jellies and dolphins swim at Ocean Diversity, or learn about the thousands of marine life at discovery pools. 

There’s a lot to do at SEA Aquarium and we highly recommend planning a trip ahead of time! 

Pro tip: SEA Aquarium only accepts cashless payments, but in case some food and beverage vendors accept cash, bring some with you! Save a few dollars as well for parking.

8. Stay up a little late to visit animals at Night Safari

Address: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826


Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 7:15 am to 12:00 am

Entrance Fees: Starting from $34.20 for Singapore citizens and permanent residents, starting from $38 for foreigners

Staying up past bedtime may not please all parents, but if you’re fine with bending the house rules for a bit, pay a visit to the Night Safari with your kids. 

It’s one of the best places to take your kids out at night in Singapore, and they get to meet unique animals they don’t usually see at the Singapore Zoo

A few popular attractions are the Tasmanian Devil Trail, Safari Tram Adventure, and the Creatures of the Night presentation, where zookeepers showcase the skills and interesting behaviours of nocturnal animals. 

Guided tours like the Safari Adventure Tour are available for booking and allow your kids to feed rhinos and elephants. 

Pro tip: The Night Safari hosts a live feeding and presentation of their nocturnal cats like the Asiatic lion, Malayan tiger, and Tasmanian devil every weekend. Admission is included in your ticket, but show hours vary between 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm.

9. Build a snowman at Snow City Singapore

Address: 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433 


Contact Details: +6565602306

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Entrance Fees: $20 per child, $27 per adult

Who says it doesn’t snow in Singapore? If you’re looking for kids’ activities that beat the heat, take your kids to Snow City and spend a day playing in sub-zero temperatures! 

Built by Science Centre Singapore, Snow City is a family-friendly place for your kids to experience snow for the first time.

You and your kids can go on ice bumper cars at Drift On Ice, tour the Ice Hotel, marvel at massive snow art installations, and slide down the 60-metre snow slide. There are many activities to keep yourselves occupied in this winter wonderland. 

Pro tip: Winter jackets and boots are included in the ticket price, but it’s advisable to bring extra layers of clothes to keep you and your kids warm. Once inside Snow City Singapore, you can rent gloves and insulated pants and purchase socks.

10. Go on a walk around Jurong Lake Gardens

Address: Yuan Ching Rd, Singapore


Contact Details: +6565778888

Operating Hours: Open 24/7

Entrance Fees: Free admission

Jurong Lake Gardens is a sprawling park surrounding a lake and forest, giving residents and tourists a lush respite from Singapore’s urban jungle. It’s a nice spot to bring your kids, especially since there are playgrounds and walking routes spread across the park. 

Popular family-friendly spots for kids’ activities are the Butterfly Maze, the Nature Playground, Clusia Cove, and PAssion WaVe. 

You and your family can also go on leisurely walks around the park through trails like the Logs Trail, Rasau Walk, Southern Promenade, and more!

Pro tip: If it starts to rain, seek shelter at the nearest indoor attractions and restaurants to you. There’s Fusion Spoon, Starbucks, and The Ride Side Skate Cafe near the Lakeside House on the northern side of Jurong Lake Gardens.

11. Slide all day at Admiralty Park

Address: 6A Admiralty Rd, Singapore 732006


Contact Details: +6518004717300

Operating Hours: Open 24/7

Entrance Fees: Free admission

Tucked within Woodlands is Admiralty Park, a 7-hectare hilly park housing one of the most popular playgrounds in Singapore. 

The park has 26 slides across its four playgrounds namely Junior Play, Adventure Play, Family Terracing Play, and an inclusive playground specifically designed for children with special needs. 

The park’s Nature Playgarden is best known for its 36-metre-long slide that both kids and adults can ride! Despite being made for children, Admiralty Park is open for people of all ages, catering to families who want to spend the afternoon surrounded by nature. 

Pro tip: Car parks within Admiralty Park North Entrance are permanently closed, but there are parking slots near the Woodlands Waterfront Park and Admiralty Park West Entrance. 

12. Let your kids run free around Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden

Address: 481 Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore 259769


Contact Details: +6518004717300

Operating Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 8:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Entrance Fees: Free admission

Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden aims to educate children about nature and promote a love for the environment. 

Located inside the Singapore Botanic Gardens, the garden is designed specifically for children aged 14 and below, but accompanying adults are welcome to join in the fun. 

Kids have access to treehouses and nature playgrounds where they can play with fellow young nature lovers all day. 

There’s also a farm, orchard, and forest for kids to explore with their parents!

Pro tip: Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden only permits adults to enter if they are accompanying a child. Adult visitors can enter the park, provided that they get permission from the administrators and are guided by a staff member.

13. Splish and splash at Wild Wild Wet

Address: 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Singapore 519599


Contact Details: +6565819128

Operating Hours: Monday, Wednesday to Friday, 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday, 11:00 am to 6:00 pm

Entrance Fees: Starting from $19 on weekdays, starting from $26 on weekends

Wild Wild Wet is one of the best waterparks in Singapore and houses over 16 water attractions for kids and adults. Its kid-friendly zones have a maximum water depth of 1 metre, so it’s completely safe for even young tots to splash and play around in!

Your kids can get a bubbly massage from the Jacuzzi Pool and Spa, slide down kiddie versions of the big rides, wade around the Professor’s Playground, or lounge on floaties around Yippee! Shallow Swimming Pool.

Pro tip: NTUC members are entitled to 30% off on day passes to Wild Wild Wet. Simply present your membership card to the front office to get your voucher or use the promo code “WWWU30” when booking tickets online! 

Pro tip: NTUC members are entitled to 30% off on day passes to Wild Wild Wet. Simply present your membership card to the front office to get your voucher or use the promo code “WWWU30” when booking tickets online! 

14. Head over to East Coast Park for some beachside bonding

Address: E Coast Park Service Rd, Singapore


Operating Hours: Open 24/7

Entrance Fees: Free admission 

Hitting the beach with your family is a sure-fire way to keep your kids entertained the whole weekend, and there’s no better place to get beachside fun than East Coast Park. 

Whether it’s throwing a picnic on the sand, swimming against the waves, or cycling around, there are plenty of kids’ activities to do along the whole park stretch. 

If your kids have some energy to spare, they can hit Marine Cove Playground for an hour or two and play with other kids there. 

East Coast Park is loved for its sunset views along the beach, so we highly recommend setting up a picnic or ordering meal delivery for dinner. If you have furry friends with you, take them and your whole family for a walk around Parkland Green! 

Pro tip: Getting hungry? There are barbecue pits located across East Coast Park that are open for booking. Single grills cost $16 while double grills cost $20 and are available for lighting from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm.

15. Practice your aim at Salt & Light Archery

Address: 2A Clementi Rd, Singapore 129803


Contact Details: +6584886424

Operating Hours: Monday to Saturday, 9:00 am to 9:00 pm, Sunday, 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Entrance Fees: $10 for 10 shots, $40 per hour per person (fun shoot)

If your kids love Katniss Everdeen or Robin, then they’ll probably enjoy trying their hand at archery at Salt & Light Archery. 

The archery club offers beginners courses for children ages five to seven years old and hourly guided fun shoot sessions for both kids and adults. 

If you’re tying archery out for the first time, the $10 for 10 shots package offers pretty good bang for the buck before you and your kids commit to a full-blown course. 

Salt & Light Archery also teaches kids and adults proper shooting stances, bow handling, and targeting using modern recurve, compound, and traditional bows. 

All equipment will be provided and students get prizes for every bullseye they get in each session!

Pro tip: Salt & Light Archery is a private archery club, so slots for trial and fun shoots are limited and have to be booked in advance. You can book your slots on the club’s website!

16. Race your kids at The Karting Arena

Address: 511 Upper Jurong Rd, Block B, Singapore 638366


Contact Details: N/A

Operating Hours: Tuesday to Friday, 1:00 pm to 9:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday, 9:00 am to 9:00 pm

Entrance Fees: $26 for kids, $35 for adults (off-peak), $35 for kids, $45 for adults (peak)

Feel the need for speed? Race your kids at The Karting Arena and spend a few hours driving laps or beating the fastest time on record! 

If your kids are avid Formula One fans, they can experience what it’s like to drive like their favourite drivers with the help of the people behind the Singapore Grand Prix! 

The Karting Arena’s Fun Karting sessions enable racers to complete as many laps as they can within 10 minutes. 

All finished laps are timed and digitally recorded in the arena’s mobile app, and your best times are sent to your email! 

Pro tip: The minimum age to drive a kart at The Karting Arena is 9 years old. Minors can only race if they’re accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Consent forms will be distributed and must be signed before the session. 

17. Enjoy panoramic views at Marina Bay SkyPark Observation Deck

Address: 10 Bayfront Ave, 57th Floor Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956


Contact Details: +6566888826

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 11:00 am to 9:00 pm

Entrance Fees: Starting from $20 for Singapore citizens and permanent residents and $28 for foreigners 

The Marina Bay Sands SkyPark Observation Deck sits on the 57th floor of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. 

The deck offers endless panoramic views of the city, making it a great stop for visitors after a hearty dinner at nearby restaurants or an evening stroll around Marina Bay. 

From the deck, you and your kids can marvel at birds-eye views of the Supertree Grove, the Singapore Strait, the Esplanade, and more. To make the trip more fun, play a game of “I spy” with your kids! 

Pro tip: You can watch the nightly water show, Spectra, from the observation deck. The water show plays every night, for 15 minutes, between 8:00 pm and 10:30 pm.

18. Go aboard the Singapore Flyer

Address: 30 Raffles Ave., Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore 039803


Contact Details: +6563333311 

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

Entrance Fees: $40 per adult, $25 per child

Another place to visit with your kids for endless city views is the Singapore Flyer, one of world’s tallest observation wheels standing at 165 metres. 

It was once named the tallest wheel in the world from 2008 to 2014 until the High Roller of Las Vegas beat the record. 

Before you go aboard the wheel, you and your kids can go on a learning journey through time with the Singapore Flyer’s Time Capsule, a presentation showcasing Singapore’s history through time hosted by a time travel robot named R65. 

The package is inclusive of a 30-minute ride on the Flyer once the Time Capsule experience ends.

Pro tip: Aside from enjoying the view, you and your kids can enjoy a four-course meal inside the capsules for two rotations (roughly one hour). An in-flight host will be there to serve your family and keep you entertained throughout the flight.

19. Roar with dinosaurs at Changi Jurassic Mile

Address: Airport Blvd., Singapore Changi Airport, Singapore


Contact Details: +6565956865 

Operating Hours: Open 24/7

Entrance Fees: Free admission

If visiting the Jurassic Park zone at Universal Studios wasn’t enough, take your kids to Changi Jurassic Mile for another dinosaur-filled day. 

With over 20 life-like statues of giant and colourful dinosaurs lining a kilometre-long cycling path, your kids can geek about their love for the Jurassic period as much as they want. 

As you stroll around the path, play a little game with your kids by searching for as many dinosaur eggs as you can find. 

There are over nine species of dinosaurs towering over the fenced path, so pick up your paleontology book or ask your dino-loving kids to point them out for you! 

Pro tip: The Changi Jurassic Mile is located at Singapore Changi Airport. Terminal 2 is the nearest entry to the attraction, but you can reach it by walking or cycling from Hub & Spoke outside the terminal.

20. Climb as high as you can at Ark Bloc’s Bouldering Gym

Address: 6 Tebing Ln, #01-05, Singapore 828835


Contact Details: +6580221480 

Operating Hours: Monday to Thursday, 8:00 am to 12:00 pm, 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

Entrance Fees: $28 per person

Scale new heights with your kids at Ark Bloc’s Bouldering Gym! Aside from defying the fear of heights, taking your kids rock climbing can be a fun kids’ activity that will also keep your hearts pumping. 

Rock climbing at Ark Bloc is safe and supervised by trained climbers. Kids aged five and above must be accompanied by an adult, so you’ll have to learn how to climb along with them across the gym’s seven climbing walls. 

For $28 per person, course fees are inclusive of gear, full use of the gym, and access to the facilities!

Pro tip: Ark Bloc is a large gym that houses more than just rock climbing. So, it might get crowded during peak hours. We highly recommend coming in the morning for a more quiet climbing session with your kids!

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