In a blink of an eye, the first term of school is over and the March school holidays (10-18 March 2018) are here. Check out what we’ve found in and around town for kids to enjoy!

The March school holidays are here! What plans do you have for the family? I’d love to take a few days off to have a no-device holiday with the kids at one of these kelongs near Singapore. Prefer to go further? One of these Southeast Asian resorts with the best kids’ clubs will keep everyone in the family happy. Staying on in Singapore? Splurge out on an annual family pass at an attraction (very worth it!) and check out these cool activities for kids. We’ve listed them by date so it’s easier to plan those days out with your darlings :)

(See also: 10 Awesome Family Getaways for the Long Weekends in 2018)


Visit Sesame Street at Changi Airport

The world’s most famous street has come to Changi Airport! Meet Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Abby Cadabby and Oscar the Grouch and follow them on a journey of fun and discovery. Kicking things off is the first-in-Asia Our Street to Yours Sesame Street pop-up exhibition. Come pose at Instagram-worthy thematic zones and favourite scenes from the well-loved television series. Then, let the kids get some Inflatable Fun sliding down a 4.7m-tall slide into a huge multi-coloured ball pit, and navigating their way through inflatable obstacles like tunnels, a ladder and a climbing wall. This 30m-long inflatable playground will be in Terminal 3 Departure Hall from 9 March to 8 April, before moving to Terminal 4 from 25 May to 1 July. Keep in mind that ‘L is for Luck’ when you try the larger-than-life Gachapon machines with Sesame Street-themed capsules filled with special deals and prizes from shops and restaurants in Changi Airport.

When 9 March to 1 May, inflatable slide till 1 July
Where Terminal 3 Basement 2 & Departure Hall (inflatable slide) Changi Airport
Web Click here

Master the Art Of Speed at Playeum

Image: Playeum

Designed for children aged 8 to 12 and supported by ExxonMobil, The Art of Speed On The Road II is a two-hour programme centered around STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics). Facilitated by Playeum’s playmakers, children will get to explore the concept of speed and physics through carefully designed activities. Working with recycled materials and electronics such as LED lights, motors, batteries and more, the activities play an emphasis on discovery, experimentation and the importance of process.  While the programme is specially for the children of Playeum’s community partners and is taking place throughout the March holidays, FREE* slots are also available for the public to register and be part of on 17 and 18 March. While there, the kids can also enjoy Playeum’s current hands-on exhibition ‘Making It Home’.

When 17 & 18 March, various times (check website for details)
Where Playeum, Children’s Centre for Creativity, 47 Malan Road, #01-23 Gillman Barracks, S109444
Cost Free. Pre-registration is required. Slots are on a first-come, first-served basis.
Note Admission to the Children’s Centre for Creativity is not included. For children and families who would like to come before/stay on after the programme to play at the Children’s Centre for Creativity on the day, a special discounted admission rate of $17.60 per child (includes entry for 1 accompanying adult) will be available for purchase. Entry for additional adults are priced at $10 per adult.
Web Click here

Have Trollific Fun at Universal Studios

Step into the colourful world of DreamWorks Trolls at Universal Studios Singapore. Experience two all-new Trollific shows featuring your favourite Trolls, Poppy and Branch! Join Guy Diamond in a glitter-rama experience, a Trolls-agram worthy “glitter-filled dance party” where you can P.O.S.E. and D.A.N.C.E. while you catch confetti to the harmonies of Trolls tunes and stand to win exciting prizes. Immerse yourself in all new one-of-a-kind Trolls VR games, and many more Trolls harmonies! Plus, enjoy your favourite rides and attractions at Universal Studios Singapore too!

When 9 March to 29 April
Where Universal Studios Singapore
Cost Usual admission charges apply. Separate charges apply to certain activities
Web Click here

Dive into National Geographic’s Ocean Wonders

Dive into S.E.A. Aquarium to learn more about the largest, fastest and other amazing marine species at National Geographic’s first ever Ocean Record Breakers exhibition. Families with kids (aged 7-12 years) can also participate in the first ever National Geographic Ocean Exploration Children’s Workshop to learn what it takes to be a great explorer, and understand the most important global factors for ocean conservation. This full-day programme is the only maritime and marine conservation children’s workshop in Singapore and features guided tours, exclusive documentary screenings and interactive activities at both S.E.A. Aquarium and the revamped Maritime Experiential Museum.

When 10 March to 20 May (exhibition). Workshops: 17, 18, 24, 30, 31 March | 7, 14, 21, 28 April | 1, 5, 12 May, 9am-6pm
Where S.E.A. Aquarium
Cost Usual admission charges apply. Separate workshop charges: $158 (child) | $168 (adult) | $295 (adult-child bundle)
Web Click here

Enjoy a Parent-Child Spa Treat at Auriga spa

Pamper your well-deserving little ones this March holidays at Capella Singapore’s Auriga Spa with a Bond in Bliss day spa retreat. This includes a bonding dry-clay craft class, a relaxing spa session, as well as a nourishing lunch to recharge for the months ahead. The spa session will include a 45-minute Teen Spa and a 60-minute body massage for one parent, and is suitable for children six to 16 years old.

Bond in Bliss Programme:
11:00am: Spa treatment for parent-and-child (Option 1)
12:00pm: Nourishing Lunch
1:30pm: Dry-clay Craft Class
3:45pm: Spa treatment for parent-and-child (Option 2)

When 11 March, 11am-3.45pm
Where Auriga Spa, Capella Singapore
Cost $380++ per parent-and-child (U.P. S$480++)
Reservations For reservations or more information, contact Auriga spa at or 6591 5023

Have Yummy Time at KidZ & Food at KidZania Singapore

This March, let food nourish young minds and kick-start a yummy learning journey at KidZania Singapore!
From making delicious drinks to checking out a LIVE family cook-off, it’s the perfect time to bring out the junior chefs in your kids. On top of the usual KidZania activities, KidZ & Food has a Family Cook-Off (10 March, 11am-12.30pm), Bento making (17 & 18 March, 12-3pm), Cupcake decorating (24 & 25 March, 12-3pm), and more!

When 1 to 25 March, 10am-6pm (closed for maintenance on 21 March 2018)
Where KidZania Singapore, Palawan Kidz City, 31 Beach View #01-01/02, Singapore 098008
Cost Ticket prices range from $25 to $58. Kid Annual Pass (For B•KidZanian citiZens only) is priced at $238 per kid and is payable at the ticketing counters.
Web Click here

Go to The Playground at District Design Dialogue Holland Village

District Design Dialogue – Holland Village features the design takeover of 10 terrace house, and there’s one just for kids! Drop your little ones off at The Playground, let them interact with installations, attend workshops, and learn through playful and imaginative learning. The fun starts outside, as they climb through a string maze to reach the front door! Once inside, they’ll be greeted with a weave installation of fishes made from recycled material. Children can add other sea creatures and coral too. Kids can also draw on a Band of Doodlers mural, paint their hearts out in the Rainbow Room, meet electronic pets at the Robot Petting Zoo (and learn to make their own robo-pets at “Build your own Robot-Pet” workshops), and take part in workshops like gelato making, guerilla carpentry, coding camps and invention workshops. Bring them over to the House of EYEYAH! after that. This T-shirt exhibition for kids is created from over 30 artists from around the world, and designed to raise awareness of the dangers of the internet.

When 10 to 18 March, various times
Where Holland Village (multiple locations)
Cost Free except for workshops (register here)
Web Click here

Visit a Fantasy Zoo Balloon Exhibition at Marina Square

Singapore’s signature balloon exhibition presented by Marina Square Shopping Mall (Marina Square) is back! This year’s theme is Fantasy Zoo and we’re sure kids will be awed by the one-of-a-kind 3D balloon animal creations by 38 balloon artists from nine different countries. This year, the balloon exhibition will showcase majestic elephants, zebras, a peacock and adorable pandas. Also, be wowed by the show-stopping centrepiece – a 6-metre-tall by 4-metre-wide balloon panda installed in beautiful floral designs and enjoying its favourite bamboo shoot. Kids from 3 to 12 years old can also learn how to sculpt their very own balloon animals. Sign up for the workshop at the customer service counter at $15 per child.

When 9 to 18 March, 11am-10pm
Where Marina Square Shopping Mall atrium
Cost Free ($15 for balloon sculpting workshop)
Web Click here

Meet The LEGO Avengers

Super Heroes and LEGO fans! Head down to the LEGO Avengers Universe event and see Asia’s largest Marvel Super Heroes LEGO build made entirely from more than 200,000 LEGO bricks! Get first dibs on the never-before- seen LEGO Marvel Super Heroes range, including the awesome LEGO Marvel Super Heroes HulkBuster: Ultron Edition! Kids can also join in the Super Heroes fun with Super Heroes Creation building activities – let their imaginations run wild! There’ll also be a fun photo opportunity with your favourite Marvel Super Heroes squad and make it yours by taking your creation home!

When 3 to 18 March, 11am-9pm
Where Suntec City Mall, Level 1 Atrium, East Wing, 3 Temasek Blvd, Singapore 038984
Cost Free (Spend a minimum of SGD 80 from 4 to 18 March to participate in the Super Heroes Creation Activity at the event, T&Cs apply)
Web Click here

Head to Marine Cove for Weekends in the Park


The first in a series of free, fun and family-friendly weekends to be held at East Coast Park organised by nParks happens in the first weekend of the March school hols. Browse through the Terra Village sustainable and lifestyle market, then take part in free eco-crafting and upcycling workshops. There’ll be loads of play activities and even giveaways! If that’s not enough, the kids surely won’t mind the opportunity to have some fun at their favourite outdoor playground at Marine Cove. Parents can take a relaxing stroll by the beach too!

When 10 to 11 March, 11am-8pm
Where Marine Cove @ East Coast Park, 1000 East Coast Parkway, Singapore 449876
Cost Free
Web Click here


1. Watch an Inclusive Theatre Production (The Dog Goes Woof Woof)

If you have children who have special needs, or who are extra sensitive to their environment and hence have never been to a theatre production, this is one that’s perfect for them. Part of the Esplanade’s PLAYtime! series, this inclusive production (what’s a sensory-friendly performance? of The Dog Who Goes Woof Woof offers a welcoming and relaxed environment for children in general, particularly for those on the autism spectrum or with sensory sensitivities. Best for children aged 2 to 6 years, the show is 40 minutes long, with no intermission. Non-inclusive shows are available too.

When 2 to 11 March. Sensory-friendly version: 9 & 10 March. Check website for timings.
Where Esplanade Recital Studio
Cost $20
Web Click here & here (sensory-friendly performance)

2. Explore the Elements of Art

We love how Jelly Bean Attic brings art to little ones. This holiday they have a sensory craft series dubbed Elements of Art for children from 18 months to 4 years old. At each workshop parent-and-child teams explore line through marble painting, and texture through shape collages using differently textured materials.

When 3 & 10 March, 10.30-11.30 am
Where Singapore Art Museum, 8 Queen Street, Singapore 189535
Cost $35 per pair
Web Click here

(See also: 8 Free Ways to Engage Kids in Art at Home)

3. Make the Future with Shell

Shell’s Make the Future Singapore is a festival that celebrates energy ideas and innovation in Asia. Bring the kids and let them see what young people from various countries have developed for to ensure energy efficiency in the Shell Eco-marathon Asia vehicle-building competition and the Bright Ideas Challenge. The location may be a little out of the way but there will be regular shuttle buses every 15 to 30 minutes from Expo MRT station.

When 8 March (9am-7pm), 9 March (9am-5pm), 10 and 11 March (10am-7pm)
Where Changi Exhibition Centre, 9 Aviation Park Road, Singapore 498760
Cost Free, however prior online registration is recommended
Web Click here

4. Laugh it Up at the Festival of Fun

Back to bring oodles of fun to kids and parents this March, the Festival of Fun kicks off with a four-day comedy festival, and loads of activities for everyone to enjoy. For the second time, Nicklodeon Fiesta joins in to welcome families to discover Singapore’s diverse heritage cuisine, and get sweaty with outdoor games and challenges. You’ll get to win Nickelodeon collectibles at all the nine game-booths and through stage games as well.

And just when you thought it was going to be quiet again, get ready for more fun and laughter with six days of street performances – flown in direct from Convent Garden in London! – at the Clarke Quay StreetFest.

When 8 to 18 March, various timings
Where Clarke Quay
Cost Free
Web Click here

5. Watch the Night Shine at i Light Marina Bay

If you haven’t yet been to any of the past five i Light Marina Bay events, don’t miss this chance to ogle at the art of light and be dazzled by the creative uses of it. Organized by Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), i Light Marina Bay 2018 sustainable light art festival will have 22 light art installations – three of which were created using recyclables donated by the community and corporate partners. There’ll also be a variety of family-friendly activities around the bay, like the Prudential Marina Bay Carnival and Art-Zoo so fun is guaranteed for all in the family!

When 9 March to 1 April
Where Marina Bay Waterfront
Cost Free admission. Charges apply for some attractions.
Web Click here

(See also: Family-Friendly i Light Marina Bay 2018)

6. Get your Bounce on at Art-Zoo Inflatable Park

The largest experiential inflatable playground is back with new huge characters. The playground is open for adults and children who are keen to embark on a imaginative journey by running and bouncing along among the gigantic creatures. No shoes, food nor drinks other than water inside the compound. Children must be accompanied by adult at all times.

When 9 March to 1 April, 5 to 10 pm on Monday to Thursday, 3 to 10 pm on Friday, weekends, school holidays, public holidays and eve of public holidays.
Where The Float@Marina Bay
Cost $18 per person. Children under 24 months are complimentary with one full paying ticket.
Web Click here

(See also: Bouncing Fun at Art-Zoo 2018)

7. Meet the We Bare Bears (WBB) at Sentosa

At Sentosa, the State of Fun, kids can have a beary good time with the very popular We Bare Bears (WBB) inflatables as Palawan Beach gets transformed into a massive inflatables playground, featuring over 300 WBB inflatables, a 50-foot three-layer bearstack, a giant maze, a rock climbing wall for everyone to join in the fun, a tennis plat area, a balancing beam area, and more! On the weekends of 10 – 11 March and 16 – 18 March, there will be special screenings of WBB episodes at Palawan Green every evening at 7.45pm too. Note that there are height restrictions on the inflatables: For 0.9m to 1.2m (with parental supervision); for 1.2m and above (ride on their own).

When 10 to 18 March, 10am-7om
Where Palawan Beach, Sentosa
Cost Free
Web Click here

8. Be A Warrior at Bollywood Veggies

This March school holidays, take your little ones to our beautiful farm in the Kranji Countryside and let them experience the joy of outdoor cooking, live a day as a paddy farmer, savour the sweetness of nature’s bounty and get crafty with plants. Our camp is all about trying new things and getting hands dirty. School’s out – time to unplug and explore! The camp includes two meals (lunch and tea) and is intended for 7 to 12 year olds. Highlights include: Outdoor Cooking Challenge, Guided Farm Tour, Paddy Planting, and Art & Science with Nature

When 10 & 17 March, 9am-5pm
Where Bollywood Veggies, 100 Neo Tiew Road, Singapore 719026
Cost $108 per child
Web Click here

9. Math geeks! Celebrate Pi (3.14) Day

Every 14 March is Pi (3.14) Day and if your child is a Maths and Physics enthusiast, they’ll be counting on you to let them join in this celebration of this irrational number (in decimal form the number neither ends nor becomes repetitive). Activities to look forward to include Pi-Doku, To Infinity and Beyond, and even a Pi Memory Challenge.

When 10 to 16 March, 10.30am-12 noon or 2-5 pm
Where Hall G, Level 2, Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081
Cost Free with general admission to SCS
Call 6425 2500

(See also: How to Build a Strong Mathematical Foundation for your Child)

10. Enjoy Water Fun at the Sports Hub Community Play Day

Expect a splashing good time at the Sports Hub Community Play Day, with a wide array of water-related activities for the family. Enjoy active and healthy lifestyles through family-friendly sports try-outs, fitness workouts, children’s activities, and more. Collectively, the previous seven editions drew more than 100,000 attendees. This edition promises to up the ante with key highlights such as Dragon Boat races, a one-of-a-kind water bottle workout, Tahiti Dance Fitness performance, and a water-themed playground!

When 10 & 11 March, 9am-7pm
Where Singapore Sports Hub
Cost Free
Web Click here

11. Create your own Graffiti Street Art

Want to find out how graffiti artists create their stylish letters? Come to this Graffiti Stylewriting workshop at the ArtScience Museum. Best for kids from age six, participants will be guided by experts to learn how to tag, create throw-ups and explore the wilder side of distorting letters. You’ll get to bring home your own piece of street art too! Meeting point: Lobby, ArtScience Museum

When 10 & 17 March, 3-4 pm
Where ArtScience Museum
Cost $15 (does not include admission to the Museum)
Web Click here

12. Unleash the Superhero in your child this March!

Let your child discover their inner gems and build their character at the Superhero We inclusive arts festival in the upcoming school holidays! This unique inclusive arts festival aims to empower children to realise their potential and embrace diversity. Children of different abilities – those with special needs and those without, are invited to learn, play and mingle with each other through a facilitated experience drawn from the learnings of an inclusive classroom. The budding Superheroes can take part in a wide range of activiites – storytelling, art, craft, music and dance workshops designed to foster inclusion. Get crafty with vegetable prints and block printing; or let your child find their inner roar at a drama ensemble workshop, and drum up a tribal beat on 10 March. On 17 March, children can celebrate friendship and togetherness with a superhero dance, sound the jungle call with wind instruments, or families can take part in a Family Wild dance workshop. For those seeking an even more immersive adventure, they can be part of a first-ever inclusive arts camp from 12 to 14 March. Spanning three half-days, children of different abilities will get to work in teams, embrace their differences, practise empathy and build resilience.

When 10 & 17 March, 11am-6pm ((Free play + All-day programmes)
Where Enabling Village, UOB Ability Hub, 20 Lengkok Bahru, Singapore 159053
Cost Free, to $15 per person
Web Click here

13. Get Acquainted with the Trees at the Fort

Did you know that we have heritage trees in a historical park in the heart of the city? They’re at Fort Canning Park, and you can get up close to learn about them (including the 40m-tall ones by the Fort Canning reservoir) during this fascinating walking tour conducted by the NParks. Limited spaces available, so register online early!

When 10 March, 10-11.30 am
Where The roundabout between the Fort Canning Centre and Hotel Fort Canning
Cost Free
Register Online here

14. Listen to Disney Love Stories while you Picnic

This is perfect weekend playdate material, mums. All you’ll need to pack is a picnic. The kids can run and play all afternoon, and when they’re all wrung out, it’s just nice to settle down for food and to listen to the West Symphonia band recreate Disney’s most beloved love tunes from classics like Tarzan, Pinocchio, The Jungle Book, Beauty and the Beast, and more.

Where Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage
When 10 March, 6-7 pm
Cost Free
Web Click here

15. Get Artsy at a No School Camp

At Snug as Bug’s No School Camp. In the camp, kids aged 5 to 10 years get to do a variety of art projects with various mediums. Choose from full or half day camps. Siblings get a 10 per cent discount.

When 12 to 14 March (DIY Designers), 15 to 16 March (All About the Process)
Where 75A Loewen Road, Singapore 248851
Cost From $100 for half day camps
Web Click here

16. Learn how to Sail a Yacht

The SAF Yacht Club’s Get Kids Afloat programme introduces sailing to children 7 to 15 years old. Throughout the four-day course participants will learn about parts of a craft, how to rig a craft, points of sail, what to do when capsized, and more. Do note that kids who sign up must be able to swim at least 50 meters non-stop, independently. Parents will be briefed at 9am on the first day and will ride a powerboat at 2pm on the last day to watch their children in action.

When 13 to 16 March, 9.30am-5.30pm. Other dates available throughout the year.
Where SAF Yacht Club, 43 Admiralty Road West, Singapore 759962
Cost $299 per child
Web Click here

(See also: Groom your Future Olympians at these Sports Academies)

17. Conserve Nature

Image: National Parks Board

These NParksxMitsubishi Corporation day camps for children 7 to 11 years old help to increase kids’ appreciation for nature and our natural heritage. There will be nature walks, nature-themed games, indoor learning as well as hands-on activities.

When 13 or 16 March, 9am-5pm
Where Seminar Room, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
Cost $25 per child, including a halal lunch, afternoon tea break and all craft materials.
Web Click here and here

(See also: 15 Fun Nature Activities for Kids in Singapore)

18. Have Bubbly Fun at KidsSTOP

If your children love bubbles, and keen on learning more about how to create bubbles of different shapes and sizes, they’ll love this workshop. Through a series of science experiments, children 4 and 5 years old (together with their parents) will learn all about bubbles: are bubbles always spherical? Can they can stay in the air forever?

When 13, 15 March, 10.30am-1pm. Slots on 14 March are sold out.
Where The Party Room, KidsSTOP, Science Centre Singapore, 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433
Cost $50 per parent-and-child team, excluding GST and admin charge
Web Click here

19. Explore Charlotte’s Web with ACT 3 International

Let the kids get stuck in a spider’s web and meet Charlotte! As she weaves and spins her fascinating tales, they’ll get to know her animal friends as well – Wilbur the friendly pig, Fawn the brave girl and many more. Loosely based on E. B. White’s version about friendship and love, the drama workshops for children (from 7 months old onwards) feature storytelling intertwined with tons of drama activities and exercises to help your child develop creativity, empathy, and a love for all things drama.

When Various dates and times
Where ACT 3 Drama Academy, 126 Cairnhill Road, ONE-TWO-SIX Cairnhill Arts Centre, Singapore 229707
Cost Various
Web Click here

20. Bond with Bentos and cakes

Do your kids want to be Master Chefs? Join them at Creative Culinaire baking and bento workshops for parent-and-child duos and create culinary masterpieces. All ingredients and recipes are provided. Workshops last for 4 hours and are suitable for aspiring bakers between 5 to 12 years old (Rainbow cake) and for 7 years old and up for the other workshops.

When 16 March (Rainbow cake at 9am, Bento at 2pm), 17 March (Gelato cake at 1.30pm)
Where 17 Eng Hoon Street, #01-04 Eng Hoon Mansions, Singapore 169767
Cost From $128 for parent-and-child pair, $30 for additional parent, $20 for additional child.
Web Click here

21. Go Green! Celebrate Earth Week

WWF is hosting Earth Hour festival which will be educating people about wildlife, forests and oceans in a fun way. The Marketplace is to be held over three days, environment-themed interactive activities for families are lined up all the way to the 60+ Countdown Bash – where you will watch Singapore skyline goes out – and beyond.

When 16 to 25 March (Great Panda Quest), 23 to 25 March (Marketplace), 24 March, 6-9.30 pm (60+ Countdown Bash)
Where The Float@Marina Bay
Cost Free
Web Click here

22. Spread Kindness at the Metta Charity Carnival

In Pali, the word “Metta” means loving kindness. This festival, themed Cartoon Wonderland, welcomes people of all ages, races, and religions. Join the 3km leisure morning walk, enjoy live stage performances, browse for good bargains, and feast on a variety of vegetarian food. All proceeds go to Metta’s beneficiaries. You can also donate carnival coupons so that less fortunate families can have a day of fun.

When 18 March, 9am-4pm
Where 32 Simei Street 1, Singapore 529950
Cost $15 (walk), $50 (carnival booklet)
Web Click here

23. Make Energy Move at MindFest

This takes place after the school holidays, but we’re recommending that you pencil it in your calendar as it is great fun! Suitable for participants of all ages, families and friends can team up to form a groups of 2 to 5 people, then come up with innovative creations that convert energy. Children below 10 years old must have at least one adult in their team. Each session lasts one hour.

Where Curie & Herschel Lab, Science Centre Singapore Level 2, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081
When 24 or 31 March, various times
Cost Free
Web Click here

24. True Colours Festival: The Asia Pacific Celebration of Artistes with Disabilities

This event is happening after the school holidays as well but it’s a must-go. There’s a concert, where you can watch performers like Canadian violinist Adrain Anantawan, crooner Tony Dee from Australia (who was the star of the 2016 Rio Olympics trailer We’re The Superhumans), Drake Music Scotland’s Digital Orchestra, Alienette Coldfire from the Philippines (who was second runner-up in France’s Got Talent 2016), and multinational dance crew ILL-Abilities.There’s also a festival village (free entry) so bring the kids down for interactive experiences through which they can learn about various kinds of disability. The Village will also have screenings of short films about disability, theatre performances, Paralympics Sports tryouts, an exhibition, sale of art, merchandise, food, and drink.

When 23 to 25 March, from 11am (festival village)
Where Singapore Sports Hub
Cost Free (festival village), $30 (concert). You can also buy and gift tickets to the needy disabled so that they can watch the concert
Tickets Online here
Web Click here


25. Enjoy Thrills and Spills at the Prudential Marina Bay Carnival

At three and a half football fields large, with over 40 rides and game stall, this is THE carnival of the year. Bring the kids down to let them find out what a funfair is all about and give them an experience of a lifetime on the fantastic rides. Do note that there are height limits (1.4m and above for the more ‘daring’ rides) but children under 1.3m in height can still enjoy rides like Shark Coaster, Lighthouse Slip, Jungle River (you’ll get wet!) and Formula 3000. Played enough? Get some bites at Gastrobeats at The Promontory, which will be transformed into a colourful neon playground for the school holidays. Here, you’ll be able to play with LED-lit hula hoops, glow-in-the-dark versions of hopscotch and chess, attend eco-craft workshops, fitness programmes, and enjoy live entertainment on Friday to Sunday nights.

Where The Promontory and Bayfront Event Space, Marina Bay
When Now until 1 April. Gastrobeats starts from 9 March
Cost Free admission. Rides from $4 per person
Web Click here

26. Pick Up Science at the Circus

Ever wanted to run away to the circus? Now you can, at the Science Centre’s Circus! Science Under The Big Top exhibition. Kids of all ages can try their hands at High Striker, Ring Toss, Connect 4 and NERF Target Practice, win prizes, and learn the secrets of circus tricks and magic. And because it’s the holidays, with each Circus! ticket purchased, you will be entitled to 3 FREE tries at any of the following four games – High Striker, Ring Toss, Connect 4 and NERF Target Practice. Good deal indeed! Get tickets online or at the Science Centre ticketing counter.

Where The Annexe, Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081
When Till 18 March, 10am-6pm
Cost $18 per adult, $15 per child 3 to 12 years old, $52 per family of 2 adults and 2 children.
Web Click here

Have we missed any other exciting events? Do let us know, and we’ll add them in as well. You can also visit our What’s On page for more activities throughout the year. C’mon, it’s time to start gearing up for some March holiday fun!

Header image: Festival of Fun
Feature image: We Bare Bears three-layer bearstack, Sentosa