Singapore is a city-state that managed to modernise and become a hub in the region. It is famous as an education, financial and business centre in Southeast Asia. However, it also has a number of family-friendly attractions that make for an enjoyable holiday for both parents and children.
Here are some places of interest to add to your itinerary.
This island is easy to access and has plenty of attractions that will keep families coming back for more. Get a Sentosa Merlion ticket, get on as many rides as you can in Universal Studios, spend an hour or go beach hopping and bumming, and explore the other places of interest. You will need more than a day to visit everything; there are museums, games, the Adventure Water Cove Park, the S.E.A. Aquarium and shows.
Gardens by the Bay
If you want to take a leisurely stroll with your children, the Gardens by the Bay is a must. This attraction is one of the most iconic in the country. This is where you will see the ingenuity and technology of Singapore. The Supertrees will elicit oohs and ahhs from you and your child; the grove has combined natural and scientific elements to wow visitors. Do not forget to visit at night to see the light show. You can also enter the biomes, the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest.
This garden amid the urban jungle makes for a relaxing day out after exploring all the city has to offer. Bring your favourite book, play games with your children or just sit down and take all the experienced you had in. The park has different types of flora, which can also be a learning experience for you and your child.
Singapore Discovery Centre
This centre teaches visitors about the country’s rich past, its present and its plans for the future. It also has interactive activities that will keep your children busy for the day. They can try the 4D simulation, have their own broadcast and other similar things to do.
These are only some family and child-friendly attractions and activities in Singapore. Visit the country to learn more about it and have a good time with your children.