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The school holidays is here. If we have learnt anything during last year’s circuit breaker in April, it’s to never take anything for granted. Be it being able to go out and have fun as a family, having a meal together at a restaurant or simply breathe fresh air! This March school holidays, starting from 13 to 21 March, make sure to spend time together with the young and old.
Here are some tips on where to bring your parents and children, including educational tours, adventure-led attractions for your hyperactive junior, or fun-filled activities to indulge as a family. Yet to utilise your SingapoRediscovers vouchers? Scroll on for ideas. Simply look out for activities with the SingapoRediscovers voucher tag. Avoid disappointing junior and book today for some family bonding!
When out with grandparents
When it comes to heading out with your folks and children, think of venues or activities where walking is minimized. Take papa and mama out on a tour around Singapore, or enjoy a relaxing stroll in the comfortably air-conditioned environments of our Cloud and Flower Domes, or have fun posing with celebrities at Madame Tussauds or make monkey faces at the Trick Art Museum, with junior in tow. Or better yet, get on a cruise – the closest we can get to an overseas vacation at this moment.
For active juniors with extra energy to expend
One of the biggest tip for a good night’s sleep is to get active during the day. Dial-up the fun factor with these energy-packed activities. Junior is sure to have many stories to share when school reopens.
Get up close and personal with Junior’s favourite animals
Short of bringing Junior on a Safari, there’s no other more memorable moments than learning about animals up-close. Be it patting a dolphin or checking out the Night and River Safari; these precious memories will last a lifetime!
Go on a learning journey with the young and old
There's no better way for Junior to learn than by experiencing and seeing for himself. Bring him on a historical tour and let grandma and grandpa regale Junior with tales of the Japanese occupation.