It’s never too late to start making plans for SG53 and even if you didn’t bag a seat at the official parade, there’s still SO many fun ways to celebrate all things Singapore! Make good use of that extra day off this week: we’re getting the party started for National Day 2018 with the HoneyKids guide to all the things we love about this wonderful land we call home…
Singapore absolutely knows how to do food! We say start the celebrations by working your way through our favourite 30 local dishes, wash them down with a hot cup of kopi or teh tarik, and then stockpile the 10 Singapore comfort foods we need at hand at ALL times. Don’t forgot to stockpile your durian for dessert!
While you’re chowing down on your nasi lemak, why not also learn (or re-learn) just why we celebrate the 9 August as Singapore’s birthday? It’s all in our condensed history of Singapore!
There’s still one more chance to gather the family together and catch the last SG53 rehearsals, including the fireworks, on 4 August. Crowds are sure to be less than the ones on National Day itself.
Now you’re really getting in the SG53 mood, why not fill your home with some fun National day treats? A curry puff cushion, some merlion earrings and a nasi lemak ice cream, anyone?
There’s SO much to see and do on this small but mighty island, so we’ve made things a whole heap easier for you by picking out the 53 things to do in Singapore with the kids, from the obscure to the iconic.
It wouldn’t be National Day at all without fighter planes, helicopters and that giant SG flag! Don’t worry, folks, we’ve found all the places perfect for watching the aerial displays and fireworks to make sure your family evening goes with a bang.
And whether you’re watching those fireworks live, are throwing a National Day party at home, or just want to get in on the SG53 feels, you’re going to need a red and white wardrobe for the whole gang.
With so many amazing pockets of Singapore to explore, we’re hard pushed to pick one favourite area, but the buzzy vibes of Chinatown, the great eats and bright colours of Little India, and the hipster hang-outs around Haji Lane and Kampong Glam are particularly representative of multi-cultural Singapore.
If it’s a quintessentially Singaporean day out with the small people in tow you are looking for, then our list of cultural outings with kids is a must! Checking out the Merlion from a bumboat? Yes please!
With all that fun, the whole family are going to need refuelling. From casual picks to fancy feasts, we’ve found the SG53 lunches, brunches and dinners we want in on…
After a jam-packed day of celebrations, round up the SG53 fun with a lovely bedtime story for the kids: with a Singapore theme, of course!