What’s on in Singapore this week for kids? 9 July 2018

Living the dream: bouncy castles, light shows and soft play centres are all the go this week...

Whaaat? It’s STILL school holidays? Spare yourself the faff of scouring the internet for fresh ideas, we’ve got you covered. Here are some winning ideas for the week ahead, that will not only keep the kids entertained but keep you sane as well.

Inflatable heaven at Happy Rainbow
Los Angeles-based art collective FriendsWithYou brings its delightful Happy Rainbow playground to Resorts World Sentosa! What’s not to love about unlimited play for the kids in this colourful, rainbow-themed playground? The installation was inspired by the simple happiness found in everyday life – how cute is that?

Rainforest Lumina at Singapore Zoo
If you’re willing to delay bedtime a bit, this is a winner. Described as a “multimedia night walk on the wild side”, Rainforest Lumina is part art installation, part magic. With loads of different immersive displays, light shows and interactive elements, this is sure to entertain kids and grown ups.

Lapis in the City at the Malay Festival of Arts 
Familiarise yourself with the world of Malay kuih-muih (desserts) at Lapis in the City, a colourful self-guided exhibition happening at PIP’s PLAYbox over at Esplanade.

Farewell Tickle Tickle
For many parents and carers, Tickle Tickle soft play centre has been a godsend. Perfect for rainy days and lazy afternoons, these affordable soft play centres are small enough that you won’t lose the kids and big enough to keep them entertained for at least a couple of hours. Sadly, due to rising costs they’ve decided to close the doors on their outlets. Squeeze in a visit before it’s too late!

Remembering our heroes at the Changi Museum 
Every now and then it’s important to give the kids an appreciation for life’s adversities. A visit to the very special Changi Museum is sure to stir up emotions for all of us and is a must-see for visitors (especially grandparents!) You’ll find moving displays and exhibits spanning before, during and after the Second World War.

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