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March 2021

Marvellous March 2021: School Holiday Fun + What’s In, Out, and About for Families in Singapore

There’s always something fresh and fun to do, see, and eat on our little red dot every month. From the latest playgrounds and pop-up events to world-class stage productions and new family-friendly menus, there’s plenty to keep you and the kids engaged. We’ve even included some exciting ideas for those #stayhome days.

Because the school holidays happen this March, we’ve also included our picks of activities, events, shows and more that are made just for young ones, from The Esplanade’s March On 2021 to Got To Move 2021 which will definitely get everyone in the family off their feet and grooving!

Read on to find out what’s happening this marvellous March!


World of Hershey’s Chocolate at Changi Airport

Image: Changi Airport Group

Step into a delicious world of bright lights, big city, and chocolate — yum! — inspired by the iconic Hershey’s Chocolate World store in New York’s Times Square. At the Amazing Chocolate Machine(Terminal 3 Basement 2) you can find HERSHEY’s most loved and newly launched flavours, in dispensers each standing at 3 metres tall! Customise your own Bucket of Happiness, try three new HERSHEY’S flavours, personalise your own HERSHEY’S Giant Bar, and stop by at the HERSHEY’s Retail Store next door where you can find the world’s largest HERSHEY’s Milk Chocolate Bar (weighing more than 2kg) and the world’s largest HERSHEY’S KISSES Milk Chocolate candy (almost 0.5kg)!

When 12 March to 3 May 
Where T3, Changi Airport

Spend a week at the Museum

Yes, a week. For there’s LOTS to see and do at the National Museum of Singapore this March holidays, from crafts to a Mama Shop Owner character tour, an inter-generational Music Workshop, Tales of Old Singapore Craft Workshops, and even free Family Mindfulness at the National Museum sessions! Get all the deets on these and other activities at

ACM Caravanserai

Bring the kids on a journey down the ancient Silk Route, where caravanserais — large guest houses for roaming merchants and their caravans — existed. From 13 March, ACM will be recreating this with ACM Caravanserai, an array of fun-filled experiences that transport visitors to the Silk Road era. Take part in craft workshops, browse the pop-ups featuring food, drinks, jewellery and more, all inspired by Asian craftsmanship. This colourful experience is one that shouldn’t be missed!

When 13 to 21 March, 11am — 7pm
Where Asian Civilisations Museum 
Admission Free

Enjoy 1-for-1 deals on Fave

Double the fun at half the cost? Why not? Save while you spend family time together this March, with 1-for-1 deals and e-Cashback of up to $333 to be redeemed, at Fave. We spotted deals for Timezone, Madame Tussaud’s, Wild Wild Wet, Muzart Singapore, attractions like Gardens by the Bay, Jewel, and even iFly Singapore. And of course, for staycations too!

March Holiday Afternoon Tea

Afternoon tea but make it extra special at Tablescape, where kids (aged 9 years and under) can craft their own (cup)cakes and eat them too while you indulge on sweet and savoury treats with your #bff mum. With every two adult diners, kids will be given a complimentary cupcake kit which contains one double chocolate cupcake and one banana cupcake, plus a multitude of toppings that they can use to decorate their mini masterpieces. 

When 6 to 21 March, 3 — 5pm
Where Tablescape, Grand Park City Hall
Price $58++ for two (coffee, tea, or sodas) | $88++ for two (with two flutes of champagne)

Rumours Beach Club Family Fun Meal

School’s out and fun’s in at Rumours Beach Club, Sentosa. On weekdays, feast on a Family Fun Meal of two extra-large thin-crust pizzas, two kids meals and two refreshing soft drinks or freshly squeezed tropical juices for $79.90++, then end the meal with a luscious, decadent, chocolately, Sticky Icky dessert for just $10! Mum and dad, you can also grab some couple time while the kids enjoy a Slime Ball Making class on Tuesdays (only 16, 23, and 30 March 2021 from 11am — 1pm in half-hour sessions). Limited slots are available, and pre-registration is required. Call 6970 0625 or email [email protected] to sign up.

When 15 March to 1 April, weekdays only
Where 40 Siloso Beach Walk Sentosa, Singapore 098996

Magnum Matcha

Magnum Matcha is the newest and the first Asian-inspired Magnum flavour in Singapore, and it’s certainly worth going green for. The Japanese-inspired Matcha ice-cream pairs perfectly with the 100% Belgian chocolate to deliver a smooth, decadent, indulgence with every bite. And from 1 to 14 March, visit Magnum’s Mini Matcha World at and find one of the 10 elusive Green Magnums to win a two-night suite stay at the Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore. $10.90 for a multipack of four at major super/hypermarkets, convenience stores, petrol marts, mini-marts, as well as on Redmart and foodpanda in certain areas.

March Ado about Miffy 

Just for one week, during the school holidays, there’s a 15% off store-wide discount on the MIffy e-store at No minimum purchase required! So if you or the kids are fans, get those fingers clicking on the keyboard for your favourite Miffy items, from pencil cases to plushies, to homeware like cups, mugs, colour-changing tumblers, towels, plates, and even lights. In addition, spend above $300 to recieve a free limited edition 2021 Miffy plush! See everything Miffy at


Faber Peak — for Nature, Heritage, and more

Learn history the fun way and get a lovely dose of Vitamin Green at Faber Peak this holidays with a Gai Gai Tour which will introduce kids to historical points of interest, and family-friendly activity bundles — we’re looking at you, cable car sky pass — that you can use your SingapoRediscovers vouchers on. Want more? The city-to-hilltop escapade includes a one-night stay in Sofitel Singapore City Centre, a cable-car round trip and a 3-course set dinner at Arbora Hilltop Garden & Bistro. Book via Klook from now until 31 March 2021 for stays until 30 June 2021. See all the deals at

Sentosa — Where Kids Play Free!

Image credit: Sentosa Development Corporation

Go ‘overseas’ to a place where kids play free this March. Yes, over at Sentosa, each child 12 years and under can enjoy the island’s most popular attractions such as iFly Singapore, Madame Tussauds, Skypark by A.J. Hackett, Singapore Cable Car, Headrock VR, and more for free with every paying adult. 

When Till 31 March 2021

Wildlife Quest with Detective Blue

See our feathered friends through a brand new lens with Jurong Bird Park’s first digital GPS game trail – Wildlife Quest with Detective Blue. Join the blue throated macaw on exciting adventures as he learns about his fellow feathered friends. Complete the location-based challenges to unlock rewards, including an exclusive keychain, and an explorer badge. The Quest is available as a $10 add-on option when you purchase park admission tickets online. Be the first 250 to complete the Quest, and you will be invited to an exclusive Hello from the Wild Side session on 27 March to meet more of Detective Blue’s bird friends over a ‘live’ video call!

When 6 March to 27 June (every weekend, on public holidays, and school holidays)
Where Jurong Bird Park
Price $10

World Water Day 

Celebrate the humble but oh so very important droplet at the Science Centre Singapore, where you can put on your water droplet hat, and “shape-shift” through the different states of the water cycle. There’s also a gallery hunt to learn more about the water cycle! Take part in complimentary ‘Wet & Wild’ activities, and pop by the Curiosity Shop for cool water-related merchandise as you leave. 

When 12 to 21 March, 10am — 1pm, 2 — 5 pm
Where Science Centre Singapore 
Price Complimentary with Science Centre Singapore admission

Indian Heritage Centre

Image: Indian Heritage Centre

Learn more about the rich history and heritage of the Indian community in Singapore through fun craft activities, guided tours and experiential programmes for the whole family. Try the escape-room style game, go on an IHC Jewel Hunt, take part in a hands-on woodblock printing workshop, and more. Little ones can also go a specially curated children’s guided tour with demonstrations by professional Indian goldsmiths and garland makers!

When 13 to 21 March 
Where Indian Heritage Centre
Admission Free for Singaporeans and PRs


The Feelings Farm

Three children are lost on the Feelings Farm. Guided by a mysterious Cloud, they tumble through the Jungle of Joy, brave the Field of Fear, sail across the Swamp of Sadness, and explore other feelings. Using music, movement, poetry, and multimedia, The Feelings Farm, which is It is built from real experiences of children in Singapore, helps young ones identify and understand emotions. Admission only for ages 5 and above. PIP’s Club members enjoy 10% off two tickets or more.

When 12 to 14 March, 10.30am (Fri), 3pm (Sat & Sun)
Price $30

Alice’s Topsy Turvy Tea Party by The Kueh Tutus

Come dressed in your party best and be part of wonderland! Alice’s Topsy Turvy Tea Party is a picnic-style interactive dance experience, designed for children aged 4 to 9 years old and their families, that explores questions of friendship and belonging. Founded by Melissa Quek, The Kueh Tutus is a creative collective that champions dance performances and experiences for the young. This is a one-hour performance with no intermission. Admission for ages 4 and above.

When 12 to 14 Mar 2021, Fri: 10.30am & 4.30pm | Sat & Sun: 10.30am, 2pm & 4.30pm
Where Esplanade Annexe Studio
Price $20

(See also: Discover your Hero Character at the STAR WARS™ Identities Exhibition)

Junior Theater: ‘Balloonacy’ Mime Comedy

An old curmudgeon man celebrating his birthday alone is interrupted by a magical red balloon that drifts into his apartment. What happens when he is forced to share his home with this lively red balloon? This charming performance combines play and elements of mime, clowning and more, exploring the power of friendship, imagination and acceptance. Get ready for lots of laughs and games in this 45-minute production by BASE Entertainment Asia and Centre Stage School of the Arts.

When 13 to 21 March, 10am, 12.30pm, 3pm, and 5.30pm
Where Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands
Price $38

Around the World in 80 Days


There’s no overseas travel possible now, but the kids can go on a journey around the world with Andsoforth Junior’s Around the World in 80 Days Book Workshop. Along the way they’ll visit replicas and reimagined places like an old London theatre, a ship travelling from Egypt to Bombay, a jungle in Kolkata, visit Japan’s oldest and largest coal mine, ride on the Kowloon-Canton Railway, write a postcard, and learn about Detective Fix in Jules Verne’s most famous book. This 75-minute performance-workshop is best for children aged 3 to 10 years. Children aged 7 and below must be accompanied by an adult.

When Sat 20, and every Sunday in March. Every 20 minutes from 9am — 4pm (no performances from 12 — 2pm)
Where 16 Lorong Ampas (Warehouse16) 
Price $48


SSO online series for children: Musical Soundbites


Tune in to SSO conductor Jessica Gethin as she introduces children to Edward Elgar’s Enigma Variations over four weeks. The FREE weekly online videos will be released every Sunday from 14 March at 3pm. Watch and listen on the SSO YouTube and Facebook pages.

When 14, 21, 28 March & 4 April, 3pm
Where SSO Facebook and YouTube pages
Price Free

Plotterpus Adventure Tours by The Kueh Tutus

Join creative collective The Kueh Tutus onboard the Plotterpus express and learn about what it’s like to live among the plotterpi. On this parent-and-child (4-9 years old) interactive dance adventure, you’ll interact with curated Instagram posts by the avid plotterpus watcher and tour guide, Cheryl, tale part in the Plotterpus watching Tour over Zoom, learn interesting plotterpus facts, and even how to move like one. Follow Cheryl’s plotterpus adventure on Facebook and IG for updates!

When 19 to 28 March (on Zoom)
Price Free, with registration

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The Ballroom of Magnificent Beasts by The Arts Fission Company

Step into a fairytale in The Ballroom of Magnificent Beasts! In this family-friendly interactive digital dance project by The Arts Fission Company, you can slip into a fantasy realm through AR filters, put on a wild beast avatar and go on a game-like dance tour through dance movements. Best for children aged 5 to 9 years.

When From 5 March 
Web or IG


“Be a Little Airport Manager” Amazing Family Quest

Image: Changi Airport Group

Spending a day at the airport has never been so fun! Gather the kids (aged six to 12 years old) and pair up to learn what it takes to run an airport in this amazing race-style quest through stories, games, and activities. Then end the day with a terrarium workshop, after which you can bring your mini garden home. This includes unlimited entry to Changi Experience Studio for one month, and other attraction tickets! Each booking must be for one parent (or an older sibling 13 years and above) and one child. 

When 13 to 21 March, 9am & 2.30pm
Where Changi Experience Studio, L4 Jewel Changi Airport
Cost $59 (adult), $79 (child) 
Sign up

Jo’s Night Out at KidsSTOP

At KidsSTOP’s very first overnight camp, kids aged 4 to 8 years and their parents will embark on adventures in STEAM as they learn survival skills through parent-child activities. The cost includes meals (dinner, supper, breakfast), individual tents for each family, an exclusive free-play session, and fun challenges throughout the camp!

When 12 to 13 March, 3pm — 11am (the next day)
Where KidsSTOP at the Science Centre Singapore
Cost $430 (1 parent + 1 child)
Sign up

Eco-Explorers! Air Plant Madness

Did you know that air plants and pineapples belong to the same family in the plant kingdom? Learn more about these unusual soil-less plants and build your very own air plant garden! Two sessions are available: a parent-child one for children aged 5 to 6 years), and a child-only one for children 7 to 12 years. Register by Monday, 1 March 2021.

When Saturday, 13 March, 10am to 10.45am (5-6 years) | 1.30 – 2.15pm (7-12 years)Where Cannonball Room, Gardens by the Bay
Cost $28/pax (includes workshop materials)

The Common Bench Kids Holiday Camp

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Kids aged 6-12 years will get creative and pick up woodworking skills in this 2-day holiday camp, where they will build their very own wooden LEGO Box, and a wooden Table Lamp. There are only six spaces per camp so sign up quick if the kid’s keen. Do note that this is drop-off camp, and parents need not be present. Enjoy a further $30 off when you sign up 2 kids together, using the code ‘CAMPWITHME’ upon checkout.

When 14 to 15 Mar, 16 to 17 Mar, 18 to 19 Mar, 22 to 23 Mar, 25 to 26 Mar, 29 to 30 Mar, 1 to 2 Apr, 5 to 6 Apr, 8 to 9 Apr | 9.30am — 12.30pm (morning session) OR 2.30pm — 5.30pm (afternoon session)
Cost $380
Sign up

(See also: Where to find Ukulele Lessons for Kids in Singapore)

Tech Junior Holiday Camp: Robots in the Garden City

During this 3-day holiday camp by Explorer Junior, children will journey through the gardens of the future and learn about creatures from the insect kingdom using True True robots. They’ll also get to create their own Bee Robot that can navigate to different flowers, and design and build structures to solve challenges.

When 15 to 17 March, 9.30am — 12.30pm
Where Trehaus @ City Hall (Funan Mall)
Cost $245 (includes all materials)
Sign up

Among Us X Pokemon Lego Robotics Coding Technology STEAM School Holiday Camp

Unite the Pokemon trainers, and code the impossible machines before the sus get us all! At this Camp, kids will enjoy hands-on experiences with LEGO robotics building and LEGO coding. They’ll also get to pick up various Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics (STEAM) principles. For children aged 5.5 to 14 years.

When 15 to 17, 29 to 31 March, 5 to 7 April, 10am — 3pm
Where 1 Kim Seng Promenade, Great World City #03-105, Singapore 237994
Cost $560 (inclusive of lunch)
Sign up


Robot House Party

Clubbing’s out… unless you’re a kid! Join DJ Kid Koala and guests for a one-hour, family-friendly Robot House Party @Esplanade, where parent-child pairs let loose their creativity and build robot suits while the DJ spins over Zoom. Can’t make it to the Esplanade? Party on in real time at home! The fun goes on for 1 hour and 15 minutes, with no intermission.

When 13 and 14 March, 11am
Where Esplanade Recital Studio & Online
Price $20 (Tickets will be sold in packages of 2 & 3 (1 adult + 1 child, or 1 adult + 2 children).)

Young Dancers’ Holiday Camp: Contemporary and Creative Dance

Have a young dancer aged 7-12? Sign them up for the Derring-Do Dance/Rolypoly Family is offering a 4-day holistic dance camp, where they can work on their movement skills, make new friends, and have lots of fun. This contemporary and creative dance camp is open to young dancers of all levels.

When 15 to 18 March, 9am — 1pm
Where The Substation
Price $400

Kids Yoga Camp

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Drop your kids off for a series of fun, nurturing, educational and relaxing activities. This mini yoga camp features yoga, dance movement, puppet storytelling, and mindfulness activities — all designed to support the health and wellbeing of our children. This camp is designed for kids aged 4 – 12 years in collaboration with @joyfulblossom_yogadance @lilwildflowers

When 14 March, 11am — 12.30pm
Where 896 Dunearn Road, 03-03D
Price $65 | Sibling bundle: $80 for two
Sign up

Art Jamming & Soap Making

Embrace sustainable living and teach the kids about giving back to the community by donating non-perishable food items at Food Bank Singapore boxes set up across participating malls* of Frasers Property, from 15 March to 30 April. These will be packed and distributed to needy households in Singapore. Kids can also take part in hands-on sessions like art jamming and organic soap bar making (with a minimum spend of $80), as well as other fun activities at the various malls. *Participating malls include Bedok Point, Causeway Point, Century Square, Changi City Point, Hougang Mall, Northpoint City, Tampines 1, The Centrepoint, Tiong Bahru Plaza, Waterway Point, White Sands, and YewTee Point. Check out all the fun at


Sakura x Hello Kitty Floral Display at Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay’s annual sakura festival has a feline visitor this year — Hello Kitty, who appears at the Flower Dome for the first time ever, adding kawaii vibes to the hanami (flower viewing) tradition. Follow the popular character on her ideal flower viewing itinerary and capture your best shots at the iconic Japanese structures and scenes such as torii gates, tancho (Japanese red-crowned cranes), rickshaws, and more, all to the backdrop of gorgeous pink sakura (cherry) and momo (peach) blossoms.

When From Monday, 1 March, 9am – 9pm
Where Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay
Price Admission charge to Flower Dome applies

Otah and Friends

Enjoy an otter-this-world Instagrammable experience with Otah & Friends, which has extended its run till April. There are new enhanced experiences to discover, such as a magical tunnel with fairy lights, and family portraits of Otah and his family. Tip: If you want to meet the star of the show, go between 3 and 6pm, and keep your eyes peeled!

When Till 4 April,
Where Bayfront Plaza, Gardens by the Bay
Price $15

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Marvellous March 2021: School Holiday Fun + What’s In, Out, and About for Families in Singapore