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Top 5 Kid Friendly Things to do in Singapore

Many people from this area are faced with the vacation decision of heading to Singapore or Maui. If you can’t find cheap Maui flights then you should consider Singapore as an alternative. Singapore is a location of endless activities and adventure for the whole family. Indoor seekers can share the excitement of museums with engaging activities for young minds. Outdoor seekers must be sure to visit zoos, botanical gardens, and bird parks. And of course in a common ground for all seekers, there are many places to eat in many authentic Chinese Restaurants.

Here’s a top five of kid-friendly activities!

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Underwater World of Sentosa

This giant aquarium features 2,500 marine animals from all over the world! Awesome hands on experiences include feeding and petting rays, sharks, and other marine life. The best feature of this aquarium is the circular moving walkway that takes visitors through a tunnel of sea creatures including even bigger ray, sharks, parrotfish, turtles and countless others!

Singapore Science Center

At this museum, science comes to life and features 14 galleries with interactive displays. The center has nearly 65,617 square feet of outdoor and indoor space for all science lovers of all ages. In the outdoor Kinetic Garden, there is a pendulum swing and life-size scales to measure your weight! Indoors, there are so many galleries; it’s hard to visit them all in one trip. The Solar system and The Mind’s Eyes are great places to start!

National Museum of Singapore

This museum is housed in a beautiful old colonial building with a History Guide for children aged 7 and up. The guides are captivating for young imaginations through colorful stories and enjoyable stories. There are also many interactive exhibits to take advantage of. And if you’re hungry, there is a tasty café with child-friendly meals.

Singapore River Cruise

Looking to relax with your kids after energy filled day? Sit back and enjoy the history of Singapore as you float down the river on an old-fashioned bumboat, which is a boat used to transport cargo to warehouses years ago. There are many photo opportunities here, including the city’s Merlion fountain and a sculpture of children jumping into the river near the Fullerton Hotel.

Singapore Flyer

This revolving observation wheel soars 541 feet into the sky, making it the best way to view Singapore! It takes a half an hour to complete and provides a bird’s eye view in a safe manner. Witness the views of the harbor, Singapore River, Marina Bay Sands, the Fullerton Hotel and much more!

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