Looks like 2013 is proving to be an exciting year for the kids and family with many new attractions and shows coming up to entertain you the whole year through. Read on for our top 5 fun places to be at in Singapore!
Marine Life Park
The Marine Life Park, one of the latest additions to Resorts World Sentosa, is touted as the world’s largest oceanarium. Home to the S.E.A. Aquarium, the world’s largest aquarium that features more than 800 species of marine animals from magnificent sharks and rays to gorgeous coral fish as well as the Adventure Cove water theme park, Marine Life Park is truly a water wonderland that promises excitement and thrills for the whole family!
Hop onto a journey through the world’s greatest rivers at the River Safari. The River Safari joins Singapore’s two other premier wildlife parks (Singapore Zoo and Night Safari) at Mandai. It will feature animals from the river habitats of the Amazon, Mississippi, Yangtze and more. Get a sneak peek of what’s on offer by visiting the Giant Panda Forest, part of the River Safari where you’ll get to greet panda icons – Jia Jia and Kai Kai.
The Iskandar Project
Located a mere 20 minutes from the Tuas checkpoint, the Iskandar project is a premium development in Malaysia. It is home to three top-notch theme parks – namely Legoland, Hello Kitty Land and Little Big Club that promises non-stop fun for the family. Parents who want to take a break from the roller coasters can head to the premium shopping outlets nearby that offer significant discounts on brands such as Coach, DKNY and Armani Exchange. The development is due for several budding hotel projects in the same year, proving that crossing the causeway can be a true getaway.
Despite being hailed as a business park development; One-North offers much to do for the family. From quaint and old-school restaurants serving up Sunday brunch, sprawling parks to roam and exercise in as well as a full-scale shopping centre, One-North is truly a gem in the northern part of Singapore. Make it a point to take out the kids to Seb’s Bistro & The Playhouse! The kids are sure to find plenty of fun things to do in this area after eating!
The Green Corridor
Running the entire length of Singapore from the old Tanjong Pagar rail station in the south to the border of Malaysia in the north, The ‘Green Corridor’ is a beautiful stretch of forest that Singaporeans young and old can now enjoy at their leisure.
Head out here for a walk with the family and you just might feel as if you have stepped into another country. The picturesque scenery makes the green corridor a photographer’s dream and a peaceful haven from the urban sprawl of Singapore. The Green Corridor is also home to special events like the inaugural Green Corridor Run.
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