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10 Exciting Places For A Family Adventure!

Treat the kids to a well-deserved adventurous day out this school holidays!

By Steve Thio      2 September 2021

The upcoming September school holidays is another great reason for the whole family to venture out and experience some new adventures – from go-karting in the muddy outdoors to exploring the local sights, camera in hand. With our list of fun activities, you and your family can have an adventure every day of your holiday!

Kidz Amaze, SAFRA Toa Payoh And SAFRA Jurong

The little ones can romp, rumble and even roll as all the play structures and floors at Kidz Amaze SAFRA Toa Payoh and SAFRA Jurong are padded for safety. Designed for children aged two months to 13 years, Kidz Amaze is one of Singapore’s largest indoor playgrounds and features a dedicated Toddler Zone, and a PlayMaze with bridges, canopies, nets, puzzles and even a ball pit for the older kids. Friendly facilitators will also be on hand to ensure that play is both fun and safe. Check out our video to see more!

293 Lor 6 Toa Payoh, SAFRA Toa Payoh
333 Boon Lay Way, SAFRA Jurong
Tickets start at $8 for Kidz Amaze Members and SAFRA Junior Dependent Members on Off-Peak Periods. For more info, go to www.safra.sg/our-facilities/kidz-amaze/facilities-rates


Art-Zoo Wonder Gardens, Gardens By The Bay Childrens Festival

The Childrens Festival at Gardens by The Bay, featuring the Art-Zoo Wonder Gardens, will run from September 4 till October 3. Make a beeline for the festival at the Supertree Grove where your kids will have fun meeting Bruno Bear, Little Kong, Super Speedy Snail and Cheerful Caterpillar! The entire family can join in the trail activities and explore the Wonder Gardens to learn more about the gardens ecosystem, and be entertained by stories from the Art-Zoo Friends.

18 Marina Gardens Drive
For more information and ticket prices, visit www.gardensbythebay.com.sg/en/things-to-do/calendar-of-events/childrens-festival-art-zoo-wonder-gardens.html


City Photography Trail, Singapore Philatelic Museum

Have a junior shutterbug at home? The Singapore Philatelic Museum is organising an outing where you and your kids get to explore more of Singapores historic monuments. Happening on Wednesday September 8, the outing will have a professional photographer on hand to guide kids on how to take pictures with their child-friendly cameras. There will also be a zine-making course at the museum after the outing where kids can compile their photos and create a virtual diary of the day’s trip. Parents are welcome to bring along their own cameras!

Note: Recommended for children ages 8-11. For more information and ticket prices, visit
www.nhb.gov.sg/spm/programmes/activities-and-events/city-photography-trail


Airzone

Airzone is Singapore’s first indoor atrium net playground, located in the atrium space of City Square Mall. With distinct themed zones containing unique games, kids can get to experience the exhilaration of what it feels like to be walking on the moon, or climb all the way to level 6 and slide all the way back down.

SAFRA members enjoy 10% off Standard Tickets purchased on site.

180 Kitchener Road #02-K4/K10, City Square Mall
For more information and ticket prices, visit www.safra.sg/promotions/airzone


Tayo Station

Tayo Station is a theme park based on the South Korean animated series, Tayo The Little Bus, that follows Tayo and his little bus friends as they go on exciting adventures every day in the big city. Spanning a massive 10,000 sq ft, Tayo Station integrates indoor playground attractions, an edutainment area and a sensory play space for children aged 1 to 12 years. Attractions include Tayo’s Road Circuit, Poco’s Hinoki Play, Gani’s Playground and many more, all created to entertain while offering healthy challenges for kids to overcome.

SAFRA members receive 10% off the Power Deal Birthday Package and Tayo Station Annual Membership (Member, Silver & Gold).

1 Pasir Ris Close, Level 3, E!Hub, Downtown East
For more information and ticket prices, visit www.safra.sg/promotions/tayo-station


HeadRock VR

If youre looking for more action, check out HeadRock VR – Singapores first ever VR Theme Park. Separated into 3 different colour zones, the park has a host of activities from fun exciting rides to games that are more suitable for older kids and adults. Get ready to bungee jump into a volcano (Flying Dive) or float down a river in a raft surrounded with dinosaurs (Jungle Rafting)! The adults will love Zombie Busters, Horror Room and Storm Blizzard which feature more high octane visuals and action. Overall, its an experience like no other!

26 Sentosa Gateway #01-38/39, Resorts World Sentosa
Note: Kids have to be above 110cm in height to play. For more information, ticket prices and advisories, visit www.headrockvr.sg


Mega Adventure Park

For a thrilling time soaring above tree tops, visit Mega Adventure Park! Harness yourself and MegaZip high above the ground while soaking in the natural beauty of Sentosa, or attempt to navigate yourself through a 36-obstacle MegaClimb treetop course. If thats not enough, you can practise your innate aerobic skills at the bungee-assisted trampoline and Megabounce to your hearts content!

10A Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa
For more information and ticket prices, visit sg.megaadventure.com


Mud Krank

Its time for your kids to have some rugged and dirty fun at the first and only ATV trail riding facility here! Kids are going to love the outdoor driving experience and have tons of muddy fun riding all-terrain vehicles (4X4 ATV)  along the customised winding trails at a Kranji farm. Parents can whip out your cameras and shoot your kids in all their rugged, muddied glory!

10 Neo Tiew Lane 2, Gallop Kranji Farm Resort, Farm H
Note: Open to kids 4 years and above with a supervising adult. Kids will have to undergo a mandatory training with staff before riding the ATV. For more information and ticket prices, visit mudkrank.com


Snow City

If you miss travelling overseas during the year-end winter season, then maybe a visit to Snow City will satiate your wanderlust. Singapores first snow centre offers a myriad of activities for adults and kids ranging from Winter Shooting (think target practice shooting) and Singapore’s coldest bumper car car arena, to just goofing around in powdery white snow with the centres mascots – Oki, Nooka, Suki and more – all in a sub-zero environment!

21 Jurong Town Hall Road
For more information and ticket prices, visit www.snowcity.com.sg


ForestPlay

They say nature is the best teacher, and at ForestPlay, your kids will realise there is so much to learn about the great outdoors! At Singapores First Nature Adventure Park, kids can join activities and undertake tasks where they explore, experience, connect and be inspired by nature. With a focus on creativity and guided by trained Nature Rangers and experienced play workers, kids can have fun in playgrounds created using all-natural and recyclable materials, or try their craft and building skills using tools in a nature playscape.

112 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa
For more information and ticket prices, visit
forestplay.com.sg

Where’s your favourite place for some adventurous family fun? Share with us at magnsman@sph.com.sg!

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