Get back to nature this National Day: Bollywood Adventures has a host of cool activities for the whole family

Bollywood Adventures in Singapore
Escape from the everyday and head to the Kranji countryside this National Day weekend, thanks to Bollywood Adventures

As parents, we’re no strangers to being permanently rushed off our feet. We’re constantly juggling work, school runs, sports clubs all while trying to maintain a healthy work-life balance. So what do you do as a family in Singapore when you need to unwind and take things down a notch? You go to the countryside. Yep. The countryside does actually exist here on the Little Red Dot, and this National Day weekend it’s the perfect pitstop to keep the fam bam entertained. Your destination? Bollywood Veggies! 

What is Bollywood Adventures?

Bollywood Veggies farm

Get your nature fix by visiting the on-site farm, Bollywood Veggies.

Founded in 2018 by globetrotter, author and activist Manda Foo, Bollywood Adventures aims to connect a nation of urbanites (that’s you) to farm and rural experiences all over Singapore. It provides tours, activities and experiences for people of all ages to get closer to Mother Nature through guided farm tours, learning about crops, farm-to-table cooking classes and more. Many of its programs happen at Bollywood Veggies, one of our fave family-friendly farms to visit on the island. Once you’re there, you’ll find wild chickens, a real paddy field and some of the yummiest banana bread in Singapore at the Poison Ivy bistro!

What’s on this National Day weekend?

Loads! Bollywood Adventures is running heaps of fun public activities and workshops for families.

What: Majulah Singapura farm tour
When: 9–12 August from 11am–12pm and 2–3pm
Cost: $10 per person. Children aged 12 and below go free with accompanying adults.
Join the experienced guides on a farm tour to discover the range of culinary, medicinal and useful plants grown at Bollywood Veggies.

Walk-in activities
When: 9–12 August from 
Pot a local herb for $10/pot
Terrarium making $20 per person
Art with nature $10–$15 per person

There’ll also be a local food fiesta featuring hawker favourites, local artisans and farm-to-table 
bistro specials.

What: Spice of Life culinary journey
When: 10 August from 10am–12.30pm
Cost: $40 per person or $75 per pair. Children aged 12 and below go free with accompanying adults.
Start with a sensory stroll around the Bollywood Veggies farm and then get busy in the culinary studio concocting fresh farm-to-table salads, dressings and sauces that are both mouth-watering and life-giving.

Trailer Boys Tell Their Story and Truck Viewing
When: 11 August from 12pm–2pm
Cost: Free
Enjoy the fascinating story of Singapore’s own community of heavy vehicle drivers, known as the Trailer Boys. Meet these guys in person and view the interior of their truck that’s parked in the Bollywood Veggies farm. The short documentary played on loop and talking to the men themselves gives a glimpse into their lives!

Singapore War Food Story and Lunch
When: 12 August from 10am–1pm
$40 per person or $75 per pair. Children aged 12 and below go free with accompanying adults.
Spend the morning learning about wartime food as you find out interesting facts about wartime crops and plants and the interesting and ingenious ways people used them. After the tour, participate in a cooking demonstration taste dishes from yesteryear.

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Goodie alert!

As if all that farm charm wasn’t enough of an incentive to swing by over the National Day weekend, readers of HoneyKids Asia can get a free Kampung Garden book. Just show a member of staff this article to claim your free read. Winning!

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