Friday 6 September 2013

Friday Five - September Holiday Activities

It's the September holidays again, and though Kaitlin will still be attending CC I thought it would be a good idea to see what's happening and I chanced upon some of these interesting activities for kids that we might head to during the weekend.

For those of you with kids that have an actual one week school term break, and are totally unsure of what to do..I hope this helps:

Sentosa Buskers Festival

Expect wacky street performances from both local and international buskers. Not only that, you can try your hand at juggling and acrobatics. There's also a Beer Garden and Food Street for you to chillax and get some yummy food as you get wow-ed away by the performers. You might even chance upon some unique finds at the Flea and Art Market. For every island admission ticker purchased from 9 to 15 September, $1 will be donated to charity. More information here.

The Tale of The Frog Prince

Recommended for kids aged 2 to 6 years old, this musical play by the Singapore Repertory Theatre will teaches children the importance of friendship, treating everyone with kindness and respect and how to never judge a book by its cover. Get your tickets at Sistic.

Panda Party at River Safari

Pandas Kai Kai and Jia Jia celebrate their birthdays and first anniversary in Singapore during the month of September and in conjunction, the River Safari is having a Panda Party for the kids! Expect activities like a guided tour of the Panda Forest, face painting and more. There will also be nice panda-themed bites and wild discounts on panda merchandise.

Singapore Maritime Gallery 1st Anniversary Carnival

Who doesn't love a carnival? Besides exploring the maritime gallery, children can also look forward to a pirate ship bouncy castle, maritime story telling sessions, learning how to tie a sailor's knot from a sailor and much more! If transport's a problem, fret not as there will be a free shuttle bus service between Marina Bay MRT Station and the gallery on weekends.

Winter Playground at Changi Airport

As part of the 'Simply Switzerland' event happening at Changi Airpot, there's a Winter Playground for the kids to enjoy. Look forward to a giant inflatable and a ski carousel. Entry into the playground requires you to spend a minimum amount at any Changi Airpot outlet. More information here.

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1 comment:

  1. Yay! I've yet to plan for the hols yet so this list is going to be useful. The panda party looks interesting! Thanks for sharing and linking up!