7 Fun Things To Do During the September Holidays With Your Family in Singapore!

Because all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy

September holidays are just around the corner. Trying to find something that is entertaining yet beneficial for your child to enjoy during this period can prove to be quite a hassle. But fear not, give this list of seven fun things you can do with your kids a shot – here are seven fun things you can do during the September holidays with your family in Singapore!

Treasure Island Family Explorace at Sentosa Island

If the tales of pirates and the grand search for treasures inspires your little one, a day of fun on Sentosa Island with our very own Treasure Island Family Explorace might just do the trick! This is where you and your team of family members will hunt for clues to the hidden treasure hidden on the island, where prizes will be awarded to the most cohesive family team! So if you and your little one do share an affinity for being competitive, this might be the event for you!

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Children’s Festival: Small Big Dreamers at the National Gallery Singapore

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This festival provides your child with ample opportunities to be exposed in the areas of the arts. At Children’s Festival: Small Big Dreamers, your children will be guaranteed with a day filled with fun through the endless interactions with playful and colorful art exhibits.

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Play-ces: A Wanderful Exploration of New Lands at Playeum, Children’s Centre for Creativity

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A favorite and a ‘must-go’ for you if your kid is the type to enjoy hands-on stuff! At Playeum, Children’s Centre for Creativity, brings in a brand new exhibit that includes maker spaces, creative indoor play and tons and tons of tools that are available for your little one to use and experiment as they please! This includes exploring a manmade jungle created from recycled fabric and play space allowing your kids to engage in creative handicraft. This is one exhibit that definitely has the ‘wow’ factor that will make your children keep coming back for more.

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Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes at ArtScience Museum

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A no-brainer for the ones who have kids who are complete fanatics for their favorite heroes that exists in the planes of the Marvel universe. Take the time out to bring your children to this exhibit and get to let your kids have a whale of their time there by playing with interactive stations (opening a time portal with Dr. Strange), getting up close to Tony Starks’ palladium suit and making the day a lovely one by rewarding yourselves with a gift from the Marvel gift shop!

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SPD Ability Walk at Asian Civilisation Museum

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Spread awareness and do good with your children during the September holidays as well by taking part in the SPD Ability Walk 2018. The SPD Ability Walk 2018 marks the third charity walk held by the SPD. Their aim is to provide an opportunity for everyone of various disabilities to walk together and promote inclusion. Aside from that, a fun carnival will be held as well – expect food, games, performances and activities that your kid will be able to enjoy themselves in.

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CMYK Event Space at Bayfront Event Space

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An event bought to you by 100 Plus, the CMYK event aims to bring together food, international products, and motivational speakers and spread inspiration together! Relish in the 500 international enterprises from countries such as Australia, Hong Kong, Thailand and of course, Singapore, and have fun with your children by browsing products catering to a variety of hobbies and interests. We aren’t forgetting that parenting is a pretty much 24/7 job after all – so unwind in their beer garden and at their street food stalls, where you can grab a drink plus bite or two after a long day with your little one!

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The More We Get Together: Singapore’s Playgrounds 1930 – 2030 at National Museum of Singapore

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This is for the parents who wish to give their children a glimpse of their own childhood during the holidays. This exhibition marks Singapore’s first extensive exhibition on Singapore playgrounds. It is sure to take visitors a heartwarming trip down memory lane for the parents as it covers a 100 years worth of playground history that resides within Singapore. If your child ever gets bored or overwhelmed by the displays – there are bouncy inflatable playgrounds and a designated play space for toddlers available too! Children are also able to create their own playgrounds via touchscreen it will be projected on to a video wall.

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