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20 Fun Things To Do This March Holiday!

Wouldn’t it be nice to embark on a new adventure every single weekend with your little ones? It sure is! So mark your calendars and check out these interesting spots that we’ve found, especially during the upcoming March School Holiday.

#1 Watch Zootopia

Released on 3rd March, Zootopia is a story about how Judy Hopps, the first rabbit to join the police force in Zootopia, works hand in hand with a wily fox, Nick Wilde, to solve a mysterious case. Watch the trailer down below to find out more. Remember to get your tickets!

#2 Disney On Ice: Magical Ice Festival

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As the weather gets a little warmer, take a chill pill and hang out with the fabulous characters of Frozen, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid and Rapunzel at the Singapore Sports Hub. Be it going on a magical adventure with Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Kristoff and his loyal reindeer Sven or witnessing Sebastian from The Little Mermaid break out of his shell to make waves with Ariel “Under The Sea”, it is surely a fun-filled experience not to be missed.

#3 Heartland Parks

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Be it going on morning runs or bike rides with your child, heartland parks such as the Woodlands Waterfront and Bishan – Ang Mo Kio Park are just at your door step. A little exercise with the fresh air from the morning dew is better than melting under the scorching sun in the afternoon.

#4 MacRitchie Tree Top Walk

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Get your hearts beating as you walk through the MacRitchie Tree Top Walk. Suspended between the two highest points in MacRitchie, this 250-metre long freestanding suspension bridge will give you a bird’s eye view of the forest canopy, allow you to spot the wildlife that inhabits at MacRitchie and feast your eyes on the breathing taking panoramic view. It’s a work out with a view!

#5 Mount Faber

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Been to the MacRitchie Tree Top Walk? Go on a hiking expedition with the young ones at Mount Faber park. In fact, you can amp up the fun you will have by continuing your fun day under the sun at Sentosa Island. It’s just a cable car ride away!

#6 Sisters Island

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Other than telling the legend behind Singapore’s first marine park, Sisters Island, you can also discover and learn more about the marine creatures with your child(ren) there. If you are lucky enough, you might even be able to spot dolphins too.

#7 Sentosa

C-SideSentosa has three beaches for you to choose from, the Palawan Beach, Siloso Beach and Tanjong Beach. There’s ample space and choice for you. If beaches aren’t your thing, you can check out the rest of their overflowing attractions and activities such as the Skyline Luge, Port of Lost Wonder, Underwater World Singapore, Sea Aquarium and the Dolphin Lagoon.

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#8 East Coast Park

Sentosa is not the only place you can go for a day out to the beach. If you are too lazy to travel down to Sentosa, consider heading to East Coast Park. Besides, you can have fun at the sandy beach, cycle and in-line skate, fish, camp and barbecue there.

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If you are looking for more fun, pop by The Polliwogs at East Coast Park; it has an indoor play arena and one of the largest outdoor inflatable structures in Singapore.

#9 LilliPutt

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Also located at the grounds of East Coast Park, Lilliput is an indoor mini gold course with 18 mini golf holes modelled after familiar landmarks such as the Esplanade, Changi Control Tower and the Merlion.

#10 Slide @ T3

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Did you know that the tallest slide in Singapore is situated in Changi Airport? In fact, it is the world’s tallest slide in an airport! For every $10 spent at Changi Airport, you can get to slide down this 12 metre high slide at a speed of up to 6 metres per second.

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#11 West Coast Park

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Unlike East Coast Park, there aren’t beaches for you to enjoy the sun’s warmth and water for your child to splish and splash in. But instead, they’ve got tons of wacky playgrounds waiting for you.

From flying from one end to another at the flying fox playground to overcoming the fear of heights at the geometric pyramid and slide play area, West Coast Park will surely be your child’s new playground heaven.

#12 Pororo Park

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The President of Kids, Pororo, has finally set up the Pororo Park in Singapore. Other than interacting with Pororo and his friends at TongTong’s little theatre, your child will have a whale of a time taking the Pororo Express and diving into the Shark Ball Pool; And if hunger strikes, you can tuck in to wholesome goodness at Loopy’s Café.

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#13 Amazonia Singapore

LilliPutt is not the only place to be to get your kids to try golf. Amazonia Singapore has a 3D Mini Golf Course set up in there.

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This nine hole indoor putting course is completely filled with glow in the dark artwork and motion props that will wow your kids in matters of seconds. Did we mention that there’s a Jungle Play Gym and a toddler play area too?

#14 Gardens by the Bay

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Other than being known for the breathtaking view that the cloud forest and OCBC skyway offers, Gardens by the Bay also has free to roam gardens. This includes the Far East Organization Children’s Garden; a place where your kids can have a fun-filled day with the interactive play delights, water play features and educational programmes. Don’t forget to pack their swim suit!

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#15 Splash-N-Surf @ Singapore Sports Hub

If you believe that Adventure Cove and Wild Wild Wet is too overwhelming for the little one and you are looking for somewhere else other than your neighbourhood swimming complex, check out Splash-N-Surf at the Singapore Sports Hub.

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They’ve got a water play area and kids pool that is perfect for the young ones and if they seem to have ran out of battery, they can relax and recharge as they float along the lazy river there. Who would’ve thought there would be a mini water park in the sports hub!

#16 MINT Museum of Toys

Level-2-CollectablesChildren nowadays are born to master the one finger kung fu. Take their fingers and eyes off those smart devices that you own and bring them to the MINT Museum of Toys to check out the ancient and interesting toys that they’ve got there. You might even find some unique pieces that you never knew it existed!

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#17 Children Little Museum

Take a trip down your memory lane with your kids at the Children Little Museum. Previously known as the Ah Kong Tiam (Grandfather’s Shop), the Children Little Museum exhibits loads of interesting artefacts and pieces from the past that will trigger the great times you’ve had in the past, calling for a quick chat or two with the young ones on what it was like back then and so on.

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#18 Nook Café & Bar

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Get the creative juices flowing as you and your child experiment and create your very own pancakes at Nook Café & Bar. All you have to do is to squeeze out the pancake batter to whatever shape you desire onto the grill. Plus, you can even choose the flavor of the batter and the sides to go along with it.

#19 EatPlayLove Café

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EatPlayLove Café is another child friendly café that we love. In fact, if your kids love art and craft, this is the perfect place to be. Watch them create magnificent pieces while you sit back and enjoy a plate or two of their Thai-Western delights. Besides, you can join in the fun if you are feeling artsy fartsy!

#20 ION Sky

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Be it to wind down a little with your kid who had a hectic day at tuition or taking a short break from your retail therapy, pop by the ION Sky to experience the 360 view of Singapore, especially through the BEHOLDTIM telescopes. ION Sky is open to public from 3pm – 6pm daily. Admissions is free.

What are your plans for the March holidays? Let us know by commenting down below!

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