Fun things to do with kids in Singapore

Fun things to do with kids in Singapore

By Babysits
6 min read

Looking for some fun places in Singapore to take the kids? Trying to narrow down your search? In Singapore, there are countless things to do with kids no matter their interest or energy level. There is something for everyone, whether it's the beach, animals, science, history, or adventure! We've narrowed it down for you, and have created the perfect list of the best things to do in Singapore with kids.

12 things to do in Singapore with kids

1. The Supergrove Gardens

The Supertree Grove is a one of a kind place to take the kids. They will be star struck by this system of 18 tree-like structures that create a vertical garden. The towering trees with their large canopies give shade from the sun during the day, and light up at night with amazing sounds. Take them to see the variety of flora and fauna, as well as the cloud forest and waterfall. This is a must see for you and the kids and something that you will never forget!


3. Merlion Park

Merlion Park is also a must see for you and the kids. An iconic symbol of Singapore, the fish-lion fountain proudly represents Singapore as an independent city-state, once a small fishing community. Teach the kids some history and let them explore this wonderful view of Singapore from the bay.

Merlion Park

4. Haw Par Villa

Looking for a quiet moment in the big city? Haw Par Villa park is a unique experience to find some peace and learn about traditional chinese culture. The kids will be able to learn while having the freedom of running free in the 8 acre park. Haw Par Villa is not as popular as other destinations in Singapore, so you will be able to enjoy it with the kids in this peaceful place.

Haw Par Villa

5. The Southern Ridges Trail

The Southern Ridges is a great place to bring the kids to get them in touch with nature. Let them explore the Southern Ridges trail that connects 5 natural parks in Singapore. This is an easy and safe way to explore the natural beauty of Singapore if you have little ones.

Southern Ridges Trail, Singapore

6. Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

The Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is an ASEAN Heritage Park that is full of biodiversity, from flora and fauna and an array of wetland creatures. If your little ones are nature lovers, they will love seeing this special part of protected nature in Asia. The wetland is a great place for the kids to learn about nature!

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

7. Singapore Botanic Gardens

The Singapore Botanic Garden is a UNESCO World Heritage site, making this a very special place to take the kids. Not to mention, they have a children’s garden park that has a fun-farm, treehouses and a very cool suspension bridge for the little ones to explore.

Singapore Botanic Gardens

8. Sentosa Island

Take the kids and go to Sentosa island where there is plenty to discover. The best part is: kids enter for free! The State of Fun is a great place for kids to let loose and explore the island and it’s many attractions, such as the beach, Universal Studios, and the SEA Aquarium. The cable car is a fun thing to do to see the island from a different view. Or check out the many adventure parks! There won’t be a dull moment at Sentosa island!

Sentosa island

9. Singapore SEA Aquarium

The SEA Aquarium is a great option if it’s feeling too hot for you and the kids. Stay inside and explore the thousands of different sea animals, and let the kids explore this underwater world. There are many activities for children, such as educational programs.

SEA Aquarium

10. Science Centre Singapore

Another classic for kids is the Science Centre of Singapore, with many activities, educational programs and exhibits for kids to learn in a fun way. If you visit, make sure not to miss the Omni Theater, which is a unique dome-like cinema. The kids can also be transported to space with their space exhibit with a very big telescope!

Science Centre Singapore

11. Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden

Another option for a botanical garden is the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden, which is the first garden for children in Asia. It’s all about kids in this garden, and this means there is no lack of fun! Many spaces for play are within the garden, such as treehouses, a zipline and other activities such as trampolines. The Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden is the ultimate outdoor activity dedicated just for the little ones, so don’t miss it!

Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden

12. The Singapore Zoo

The Singapore Zoo is a special place to visit with the kids. It’s one of the first open landscape zoos in the world, where each animal has its own zone. Take the kids on a river safari at the wildlife park, and take a boat ride through the rainforest. The kids will have the best time interacting with animals from around the world, so there will be no shortage of fun!

Singapore Zoo

We hope this list could provide some helpful tips as to where to bring the kids next! Looking for more Singapore content for kids? Check out our educational guide to Singapore , complete with fun facts, printable maps and colouring pages.