I am gong to visit Signapore in the end of October.where can I go with my kids there?


Country: Singapore


For outdoors, visit Sentosa, Singapore Zoo, Night Safari, Jurong Bird Park etc. These places are also frequent by many locals.

Singapore Zoo has an 'open' concept, most of the animals are not kept in cages and roam freely. Their surrounding are built as close to their natural habitat as possible.

The world first Night Safari is here. One experiences the closeness of the wild on a buggy with a guide, explaining the sound and sight. An unforgettable memory to bring home.

For indoors, there are many museums.

You can explore the Esplanade, Singapore Flyer etc.

Singapore is also a food and shopping paradise. Try the local fare if you are adventurous enough to sample something spicy.

Upon landing, if you are not too tired, Changi Airport is like a shopping mall where you can get some good bargains.

Bring light clothes, sunblock, sunglasses, hat, cap as the blazing sun can be quite harsh. A brolly will be needed when it pours. Soak in the fun and enjoy Uniquely Singapore.
Welcome to Singapore! For a start, there are alot of tourist attraction in Singapore. To name a few, Sentosa (they just renovated the cable car rides), Zoo, Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, Botanic Garden, Clark Quay, Esplande.
It depends on what is the age group of your kids. If they are young children, Zoo will be an interesting place to visit. My kids love to go zoo! If you are making a trip down to botanic garden, you can bring your young children to Jacob Ballas Children Garden, where this is the Asia's first children's garden. Dedicated to all children of Singapore, it is designed to provide unique discovery and learning experiences in a garden setting ().
If your children is teenagers, end of October, Night Safari are having a Hollween Party. You and your family can join in the fun ()!
Of course, you can bring your whole family to East Coast Park, where there is nice stretch of beach (alot of campers especially on weekends) and food outlets as well.
And not forgetting the newly open UNIVERSAL STUDIO SINGAPORE! Enjoy and have fun while in Singapore! :)
Oct. is in the midst of typhoon seasons in S.E Asia ,but encroaching into the year's ending monsoon season too.Our tropical rain-storms can hit us with buckets with raining 'cats&dogs';but the clouds can move off within short time too.

Suggested itineraries for U & your kids are many :=) ,eg. :- Wild,Wild Wet;UnderWater world;Day Zoo & Night Safari;world's largest observation wheel;extreme sports park;sea sports;The Lurge(roller slides without snow ;-} ) & many many atractions.
Besides our world's largest IT supermart & fantastic specialised ToysRus.

When U can advise the age groups of your family members,more specific offers can come through too.

Browse our latest virtual tours : .

Enjoy !! 8-)
A good place to start in the morning would be the Singapore Zoological Gardens (no cages, so it might feel like you're standing nose-to-nose w/ them), however if you're not too keen on being under the hot unbearable sun, you might want to consider the Night Safari instead - same amount of fun, just a bit closer to their bedtime, so it's more popular w/ couples & teens.

If they're interested you could also bring them to a variety of museums, one of which would be the MINT Museum of Toys, where all sortsa toys from the retro era are displayed.

If you're interested in exploring our local fashion labels, Haji Lane (near Bugis MRT) & Parco next NEXT (Millenia Walk, next to Promenade MRT) would be two good places to try. If you're looking to shop for toys & kids' clothing, try the top level of Paragon (Orchard Rd), where they have plenty of kids' boutiques & Toys R Us.

Feel free to let me know if you need more info or if you're interested in something else more specific; I'd be more than happy to help. (:

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