Top 5 Free & Adventurous Things to do in Singapore!


Singapore is said to be a very expensive city but the assumption is not really true. That is because the picturesque city of Singapore is also full of some exciting activities, which the tourists and the locales can engage in, without spending a penny!

 

See the wild animals up, close and personal

See the wild animals up, close and personal

Here are some adventurous activities, which do not cost a dime but instead provide exhilaration and an adrenaline high like nothing!

 

1) Say Hello to the Dolphins at Sisters Islands Marine Park:

 

You will be amazed by the gorgeous blue waters of Sisters Island Marine Park, which makes it an excellent place for snorkelling. Tourists can snorkel in and see the colorful coral reefs and other amazing biodiversity, up, close and personal. And if you are lucky then you would also be able to see dolphins and also see their amazing antics for yourself. You can also get permit to camp and be one with nature at the Sisters Island Marine Park.

 

2) Hiking at Mount Faber:

 

Get acquainted with the picturesque flora and fauna of Mount Faber at this trek. As you start the trek, you can see the highlights of Singapore’s history with the murals, which line the trek. Further ahead, you will be mesmerized with the beautiful cityscape and the bird’s eye view. Yeah, it is a tiring trek but the scenic view from the top is worth all the effort, for sure.

 

FaberPeak_Guitarists entertaining delegates

FaberPeak_Guitarists entertaining delegates

 

3) Get the breathtaking view of Singapore from the 56th floor of ION Orchard

 

Yes, you can go to the 56th floor of the ION Orchard and see the breathtaking views of Singapore. It is also the ideal place to take your loved one for a date, which they are not going to forget in a long long time. What’s more, it is totally legit to go to the 56th floor to check out the amazing views! And since, ION Orchard is in the middle of the city, so if you are bored with the normal humdrum then just trot over to the 56th floor to get the view from higher up! Locals can also take a break from their mundane lives in the middle of the day and see the scenic views of Singapore to refresh and rejuvenate them.

 

4) See the other side of Singapore at Pulau Ubin’s #instawalk

 

MND wants to showcase the hidden gems and the alluring beauty of Singapore with their instawalks, which are conducted on a regular basis. It is completely free of cost and anyone can join. Pulau Ubin is an island, which is full of amazing and beautiful spots and this instawalk will showcase them in all their glory. What’s more, MND makes sure that the instawalk is as comfortable as ever as they also provide guides, some refreshments and transport for all the eager fans.

 

5) Head to the MacRitchie Treetop for the walk of your life!

A tourist kayaks over the MacRitchie Reservoir

A tourist kayaks over the MacRitchie Reservoir

 

Last but not the least, the MacRitchie Treetop walk is not for the faint-hearted. This is literally going for adventure on a whole new level! This suspension bridge will also shut up all the detractors who say that there is no greenery in Singapore. On the bridge you can look down and check out the flora and the fauna of the place. However, a note of caution is that this place ought to be out of bounds on stormy days for your own personal safety.

10 Interesting & Whacky Things to do in Singapore: From Botox to Shopping!


Singapore is a delight for not only all the shopping aficionados but also for all those who love good food. It is a popular spot for gourmets of all shapes and sizes, as it caters to a cosmopolitan crowd with its global cuisine, which is infused with its own secret twists and tricks.
Here are the 10 interesting and whacky things, which should not be missed in Singapore at any cost:
1) Get your art fix at Hotel Ritz-Carlton: 
Yes, you read it right! This hotel is known for its huge Frank Stella installation placed bang at the entrance, which will mesmerize you with its depth and detailing. The wings of the hotel building are also anchored in place by Dale Chihuly crystal glass sculptures. The hotel houses some magnificent pieces of contemporary art, which will leave you wanting for more!
Indulge in some delicious food

Indulge in some delicious food

2) Be one with nature at the Singapore Botanic Gardens:
Singapore is a treat for all the nature lovers and what better place to experience this, than to head to the beautiful and serene Singapore Botanic Gardens. You will get to see some amazing varieties of plants and some of them may not be available elsewhere. Do check out the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden and the National Orchid Garden as well.
Botanic gardens

Botanic gardens

3) Wine & Dine at Tiong Bahru:
Have some exciting time at Tiong Bahru, which is Singapore’s hotspot for a night of fun and frolic. It has numerous restaurants, shops and bars, which will cater to all the shopping connoisseur and the foodies out there!
4) Fine-Dine at Quayside Isle:
Tired after shopping and sight-seeing incessantly? Then just head to Quayside Isle and take a well-deserved breather. Also, enjoy the delicious and the fantastic food at Sabio By the Sea and Blue Lotus.
Mouth-watering food to tempt your tastebuds!

Mouth-watering food to tempt your tastebuds!

5) Observe the amazing sights of Singapore at Singapore Flyer:
Tourists get to view some amazing 360-degree views of the beautiful city through the Singapore Flyer. Get ready to be awed by the sheer beauty of Singapore with the most amazing panoramic views.
6) Become Young again!
Come for a vacation to Singapore and take back a younger self. Yes, Singapore is the home for some tummy-tucks and even Botox surgeries. Camden Medical Centre is the hot spot and surgeon Woffles Wu is well-known and respected for his expertise.
7) Shop, shop till you drop at Orchard Road:
Orchard Road has more than 20 malls and houses more than 5,000 brands for you to shop from. They have almost everything to cater for even a diehard shopaholic. Keep your credit card ready and shop away to some amazing retail therapy.
Have fun shopping in Singapore!

Have fun shopping in Singapore!

 
8) Offshore Islands, Here we come:
How about heading out to the sea to the Offshore Islands and taking a break from the maddening frenzy of the shopping malls. Do explore the picturesque and the pristine beaches of Saint John, Sister’s, Kusu and Lazarus Islands.
 
9) Marina Bay Sands SkyPark:
How about a bird’s eye-view of Singapore through the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark? It has a beautiful observation deck along with an infinity pool and you can gaze at the beauty of Singapore from high up in the sky! 
10) Get Geeky in Singapore!
This is not a well-known fact but Singapore is one of the top destinations when you want to buy electrical gadgets. And what’s more, you can get them all together at the Funan Digitalife Mall and Sim Lim Square. They also some good discounts and interesting deals for the discerning customers.

5 INTERESTING THINGS TO DO IN SINGAPORE FOR LESS THAN $20


The little red dot was, in March this year, named the world’s most expensive city based on the Economist Intelligence Unit. Despite rising costs of food, transport and lodging, there is still a smattering of activities that can be done on the cheap that makes Singapore a worthy place to visit even when compared to her cheaper Southeast Asian counterparts. Here is our list of top 5 things to do in Singapore for less than $20 a day for each traveler.

1. HAWKER FOOD HUNT

Try out exciting dishes!

Try out exciting dishes!

One of the country’s biggest draw is its incredibly diverse food scene. New York City aside, there are few cities that boast the ethnic and cultural selection present in the melting pot that is Singapore. For your next trip to this sunny city, skip the Michelin Star restaurants and hipster cafes that are all the rage here and opt instead to eat at a hawker centre for a quarter of the price. Eat as locals do for less than $6 a meal on average, inclusive of a can drink – or if you’re more adventurous, order a teh-bing, sour plum juice, or a yin-yang.

For under $20, spend an entire day on a true blue Singaporean hobby – food hunting. We recommend starting your day at Maxwell Food Centre, where some of its stalls open as soon as day breaks. It is also home to two famous local delicacy stalls, namely Tian Tian Chicken Rice and Jin Hua Sliced Fish Bee Hoon. Be prepared to spend at least two hours there, and half the time queuing. The market is constantly busy even during off-peak hours as Singaporeans really do make time to eat any time of the day.

There are several other hawker centres and markets worth visiting spread out across Singapore, specifically Boon Lay market, ABC market, Whompoa food centre, Chinatown Complex food centre, Old Airport Road food centre, Tiong Bahru market food centre, Chomp Chomp food centre, and the old tourist favorite, Newton Circus food centre. The last three on the list are best visited in the evening or during supper time, when the boisterous local atmosphere is best soaked in. Remember to take the readily accessible public transport wherever you go. By the end of the day you should be happily contented and dare we say, in a food coma, having sampled the best of Southeast Asian cuisines at reasonably low prices.

2. EXPLORE HAW PAR VILLA

The Haw Par Villa is a traditional Chinese theme park located in central Singapore featuring the culture’s folklore and mythology. Once roaring with success, the theme park is now relatively quiet most days even though admission is free. Despite the decrease in local visitors, we would definitely recommend that you pay a trip to the historical attraction that houses a myriad of grotesque and peculiar sculptures and statues. Legend has it (or security guards, more like) that the statues are wax-covered human beings and come nightfall, they come alive to roam and haunt.

Rumors aside, Haw Par Villa is rich in historical value and bears testimony to a generous and consuming brotherly love between old millionaires Boon Haw and Boon Har. It was also first built for a didactic purpose – to impart traditional Chinese philosophy. If you’ve exhausted the usual Singapore tourist attractions, you should definitely visit this fairly unconventional and incredibly strange one – especially while it’s still open to the public and free of charge.

3. VISIT ETHNIC ENCLAVES

Get exciting bargains in Little India

Get exciting bargains in Little India

Another thing to do on the cheap would be to visit the many ethnic districts in this multiracial city, for example Little India and Chinatown. Feel the juxtaposition and cultural diversity jumping from one district to the other all in a waking day.

There is always something to do in each area. Little India is home to Mustafa Centre, a giant three-block shopping mall that is open twenty-four hours a day and sells almost everything you can think of, from fresh produce to electronics and even jewelry. The many eateries, many of which sell prata (a traditional Indian pancake-bread), are honest and serve delectable food and curries. When unsure, look for the eateries with the most number of Indian customers. You can also get some henna, a non-permanent tattoo-esque body art, or have your eyebrows threaded in the many small shops along the streets.

At Chinatown, walk among the throngs at a Chinese market where you can purchase herbs, bracelets, and a calligraphic print of your native name translated to Mandarin. If you’re more adventurous, visit a fortune-teller! Items at Chinatown tend to be pricier, but you should nonetheless enjoy the leisurely stroll along the pleasant and interesting heritage streets even if you do not pick up a souvenir or two.

Chinatown: The Mecca of Shoppers

Chinatown: The Mecca of Shoppers

4. SPEND TIME AT HDB HUBS

Some 70% of all Singaporeans live in HDB flats in Singapore. For the uninitiated, these are densely populated high-rise blocks built all around the city, but most concentrated in certain areas called HDB hubs. If you would like, take the time to visit some of these lesser known areas that are never featured in a typical tourist itinerary, for example Toa Payoh, Jurong West, or Redhill. There you will find small businesses such as hair salons and mama shops under residential blocks, and you can observe daily routines such as groups of elderly practicing Tai Ji, a relaxed form of traditional chinese martial arts. Food and clothing are typically much cheaper there as well.

There are some more historically significant neighborhoods that you might also want to visit, for example Tiong Bahru that is now a prime area for real estate, where a small three-room HDB flat might fetch prices of SGD 1 million and upwards. Unlike typical high rise HDBs, the Tiong Bahru flats retain their old pre-war shophouse architecture, and is thus one of the most aesthetically appealing estates in Singapore. If you do drop by the area, remember to visit Singapore’s beloved homegrown bookstore, BooksActually.

5. JOIN A QUEUE OR TWO

Singaporeans are big on sales, and by extensions, queues. Generally, in Singapore at least, a queue would mean a very good deal. Locals queue up for free newspapers at selected train stations at 7am on weekdays, crazed teenagers queue in the blistering sun for famous ice cream (read: Llao Llao and Honey Creme, most recently), and fashionistas camp in queues for warehouse sales on clothes at a heavily discounted price. For good fun and in the name of curiosity, join the queue if you see one – especially when it’s for food.

10 Best Water Parks in Singapore: Let’s Have Some Fun!


Vacation in Singapore is made more interesting and exciting by the shopping malls, parks and environment-friendly places.  Tourists and locals trek to these places to relax, unwind and renew their senses especially during a cool weather.

For hotter days, parents take their children to enjoy and feel cooler in water parks around Singapore.  They do not necessarily need to go to swimming pools just to enjoy the water. They can also go to parks equipped with fun rides and slides with water splashing in and around the park.  So for a different kind of enjoyment, here are some of Singapore’s finest water parks.

1.     Jurong East Swimming Complex – a recreational complex in the Heartlands, which has a giant wave swimming pool for those who want to have a dip with music playing plus water sprays coming from the caverns.  There are three spiral water slides with different kinds of heights and sends the kids to squeals of fun.  A bubble jet Jacuzzi for those who want to relax and just want to take it slow while in the water.  Take the lazy river path and encounter cool waterfalls enough to relax your tired muscles.  This complex is perfect for the whole family especially with kids.

2.   Westgate Wonderland – a paradise-like playground for children aged two to twelve which they can enjoy for free.  This wonderland has large life-like wooden insects which they can use to play hide and seek.  Children can also enjoy climbing up the 10-meter tall carefully-crafted tree house.  The place is surrounded by watering cans spraying water to the delight of the kids.  What’s also amazing with this fantasy land is it becomes alive musically at night as the giant musical flowers light up with matching sound effects.  Even the floors light up to the tune of the music being played.  Both children and adults will surely enjoy the water and sounds on this playground.

Check out the wonderful animals at the zoo

Check out the wonderful animals at the zoo

3.   Jurong Bird Park (Birdz of Play) – a beautifully themed water park and playground with water cannons, colorful slides, tipping buckets or simply savors the water sprays to the kids’ delight.  A theme park for the whole family, it will bring the kids in adults as well with the fun they will experience with the water attractions.  There are also slides, swings and see-saws if you want to play on dry areas then go back to the wet area and have more fun.  Parents can also relax on the multi-purpose place or shop on some of the stores available.

4.   Sengkang Swimming Complex – children who are at least 1.2 meters in height can find a different kind of high in this swimming complex.  This newly-built recreational center has eight fabulous and colorful slides.  So expect different kinds of slides ranging from winding tubes to rollercoaster rides.  That is why small children are not allowed as these slides may be too overwhelming for them.  For the adults, they can relax at the giant Jacuzzi while their kids are having fun.

5.    Adventure Cove Water Park – a playground inside Resorts World Sentosa and is known to be the first to produce a hydro-magnetic water coaster in Asia.  It is truly a paradise for those seeking both fun and enjoyment in water.  Every member of the family will surely have a grand time frolicking with the rides and different thrills offered.  Adventure Cove is also considered more than just a pool with tubes and slides but also features an underwater exciting close experience with the marine life.  You can choose to try the other themed attractions like the tropical jungle, aquarium and grottoes found on the complex.  So aside from the wave pool, adventure river, 6 daring water slides, kids’ play pool and other attractions, you can dine and relax at The Bay Restaurant.

Gorgeous Gardens by the Bay in Singapore

Gorgeous Gardens by the Bay in Singapore

6.   Children’s Garden at Gardens by the Bay – a playground children will surely enjoy and at the same time learn as this adventure world caters to kids aged 1 to 12.  An interactive attraction with water play delights with educational features so no time for the children to get bored.  There is also an exciting fish fountain for the toddlers plus an area for bigger kids with hydro vault, water sprays which spins to splash more water and splash buckets that would surely bring lots of fun.  This fun playground is created to have an increased interaction for children with nature and for them to learn how wonderful to learn about it.  Kids will be surprised with the water-play tunnels and effects that constantly change to their delight and amusement.  To add more fun, there is a rainfall curtain that will bring refreshing moments to their playtime.

7.    Wild Wild Wet – this is Singapore’s biggest theme park with water attractions like a wave pool, water cannons, play stations and the famous Ular-Lah water rafting ride.  You can go down on your back or on your stomach to feel the twists and turn that lie ahead.  Life jackets are available for free and with bathrooms that are family friendly.  There are rides that cater to smaller children like the Yippee shallow splashing pool.  There are various water activities to help keep all the members of the family entertained like the Water Works, Slide Up and Torpedo.  Even parents with infants can enjoy in this water playground as they provide water carriers perfect for a safe play time.

8.   Choa Chu Kang Swimming Complex – this fun swimming complex includes a wave pool, an interactive pool for the active kids, a water slide that will bring shrieks of happiness, a river rapid for the adventurous ones and a competition pool for the champions.  For the little kids, there is a toddler’s pool that will keep their little feet wet.  A whirlpool and a Jacuzzi are also available to keep tired bodies relax.  For a more unique family bonding, rent a float and enjoy a family ride at the lazy river.  For those who don’t want to indulge in the water activities, get some relaxation at the nearby beauty club for a massage or ear candling.

9.   IMM Water Play Park – a free and cleverly-designed interactive water play area located on the 3rd level of Garden Plaza, it is equipped with watermills, spraying flowers and a tall tree house for the bigger kids.  The place is safe even for small kids as the floor is covered with rubber for a more enjoyable time at the play area.  The water fountains can be hand-controlled for an amusing water fight.  Toddlers can busy themselves on the small bridges, slides and colorful tunnels.  Just be sure to put some sunscreen as there are no shades to keep the sun from your skin but still a very good and refreshing place to spend with your kids.

10.                      Port of Lost Wonder (POLW) – a big hit in Sentosa, its main attraction is the big pirate ship so expect lots of pirate inspired activities.  If you have children from 3 to 12 years old, bring them over to enjoy water slides, pistols and jets to complete the fun in the playground.  A paddle pool is also available for those who want to try their boating skills.  Try the Curiosity Island to explore and learn at the same time.  Go plant some seedlings and have a close encounter with small animals.  If you have a kid who will have their birthday, celebrate here at the Celebration Island.

Singapore Attractions for Honeymoon: Where to Go for Never-ending Romance!


Singapore is packed with natural beauty and thus it is a top favorite of honeymooners from all over the world.  There is so much to do and savour in this beautiful city that it is no wonder that the honeymooners often return to the exciting city on their anniversaries and re-live their honeymooning days.

Here are the top attractions of the city, which the honeymooners should not miss at all:

Changi Point Coastal Walk

Changi Point Coastal Walk

1.       Changi Point Coastal Walk:

If you are seeking a romantic location in Singapore, then Changi Point is a fantastic place to visit. It is a coastal walk which provides some spectacular views of the ocean. You will also see many boats and offshore kelongs. The amazing greenery, beautiful hilltop chalets and enchanting heritage trees are sure to impress. These make a great backdrop as you take in the divine sunset with your companion.  

2.       Mid-air date at Jewel Box:

The highpoint of your Singaporean Honeymoon should be a romantic date at the Jewel box. Mount Faber Park is one of the most beautiful areas blessed with natural beauty in Singapore where you can get fantastic views of the whole city. What’s more, you will also have a great view of the Harbor. A ride in the cable car will not only afford you some breath-taking views of the entire city but also allow you some one-on-one romantic time with your loved one. This is one of the most exciting ways to romance your spouse in mid-air with a great twist.

3.       Get to Know Each Other at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia:

In case you are after an exotic honeymoon location, then consider coming to The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia in Singapore. It is full of amazing views of Marina Bay and Singapore’s skyline. Not only that but you will also find a wide range of contemporary and modern art, which will take your breath away with its sheer creativity. Such art has been created by well-known artists including: Frank Stella, Andy Warhol and Dale Chihuly. 

The exciting river cruise by Clarke Quay!

The exciting river cruise by Clarke Quay!

4.       Cruise down the Singapore River:

A river-cruise and walk along Clarke Quay is such an experience, which you will not forget in a hurry. Here you will see many historic elements of Singapore city. You will be treated to a great view of The Merlion, Marina Bay Sands and a range of other popular landmarks. You will also have opportunity to take in a beautiful breezy evening along the river with your companion by enjoying the light show.

5.       A honeymoon selfie at Bukit Batok Town Park:

Your honeymoon is not over without taking a selfie at the picturesque Bukit Batok Town Park. This is a popular area specifically for wedding photographers and couples. Xiao Guilin is famous all over the world for its stunning scenery and landscape views.

Gorgeous Gardens by the Bay in Singapore

Gorgeous Gardens by the Bay in Singapore

6.       Gardens By The Bay:

The Gardens by the Bay is the sixth place to visit whilst honeymooning in Singapore. There are every day gardens, but there also breath-taking gardens, which will leave an indelible mark on your mind and heart. Gardens By the Bay is packed with numerous exotic and native plants, which co-exist happily with water-conserving Supertrees and the man-made mountain biome. The spectacular locales are sure to sire up romantic feelings and you can enjoy a splendid evening with your loved one at this wonderful place!

Singapore – Get Lost in 21st Century Urban Luxuries


Over the past few decades, Singapore has been on a turbo mode as far as urbanization is concerned. The stunning sky scrapers, night life and the lights of the city will make sure to leave you enthralled. Take a trip to know what urbanization is all about.

Get Lost in 21st Century Urban Luxuries

If you have enough money in your pocket and want to find a place where you can spend it on the best of modern urban luxuries? Well then Singapore is the place that you should visit. An electric blend of South Asian cultures, bars, restaurants or the local travel facilities, everything reeks of sophistication and modernization. So, although life here is a bit expensive but it’s a great place to visit and it’s worth it.

Most of you have already know that Singapore is also known as the Garden City. Amidst tremendous urbanization with infinite skyscrapers done in glass, steel and chrome, you will find nature reserves, stunning bird sanctuaries and numerous other green pockets. As a matter of fact the country is minuscule when compared to its neighboring south Asian countries like China and India. All of the 700 sq Km, the country has proved itself that size is not a factor when it comes to enthralling tourists with Singapore packages that includes unmatched hospitality and innumerable chances to have a great fun with your friends and family.

Botanic gardens

Botanic gardens

However, the major advantage for tourists in this country is it’s an excellent urban public transport system. When you choose Singapore package tour, you do not have to spend extra money on hiring a car because you can travel in the public transport systems. That way, you will only save some of your money, but also gives you a glimpse of the local plus of Singapore. A great way to explore Singapore is by the double decker bus. You hop onto the top tier of the bus and enjoy the superfast pace of the city. This city never slows down and you are about to find it out during your journey as part of package for Singapore.

Another advantage for tourist is that the country does not pose the dreaded language barrier when you take up the Singapore tour package. Almost all the staff members of all Singapore hotels can communicate in English and the government signs all over the city are in Tamil, Malay, Chinese and English. So, it is a lot easier for you to find your way in the city. However, the English here is unique with a dash of Singapore flavors. For a foreigner, English is very easy to understand, although the accent and usage of certain terms are very charming to hear.

Your holiday package for Singapore will leave a memorable impression in your mind because everything about Singapore is unique. Beginning from the Singapore zoo, which is renowned for being the only open zoo in the world, to the underwater world and the numerous amusement parks, the attractions of Singapore have a special distinction. You will love visiting Sentosa Island as part of your package for Singapore for some of the cleanest beaches in the whole world. You can also watch the Merlion, the symbol of Singapore. Half lion and half fish, this huge sculpture stands facing the sea and spouting water from its lion’s mouth. It is a great sight indeed.

So, book your visit, put up in some lovely Singapore hotels and have a blast in urban Singapore.

Singapore package tour can give you a great insight into the urbanization that the country has gone through. Talk to your tour operator when you book Singapore hotels for your stay and Singapore tour, spend time soaking in the modern Singapore city.

Best Indoor Parks in Singapore: Family-Bonding Time!


Vacation with the whole family seems the perfect getaway from home and work.  This is the time to relax, see the attractions in the place, go shopping, unwind in a beach or park and let the kids play to their hearts’ content.

Bringing the children out may be a bit problem especially on hot days.  Parents need not worry when they are in Singapore as there are indoor parks or playgrounds designed for your kids’ enjoyment. You can also head to the various Museums to keep them entertained.

Here are some of the best indoor parks and where to find them.

Children have fun at the National Museum

Children have fun at the National Museum

1.     Playful Elves – when you’re in West Coast Plaza, Playful Elves is the best place to go to and let your kids have fun in this indoor playground.  It has a Magical Forest theme with driving tracks, bouncy castle and a spacious two-storey place so your kids can run around freely.  There is also an obstacle course for them to crawl and learn to finish.  Younger children enjoy the table toys and driving the mini cars while the older ones go over the obstacle run.  The play area is conceptualized well with the children’s safety in mind and to keep up with the kids’ various energy levels.  Parents or guardians can have a peace of mind leaving their kids in this place.

2.   Space Zone Play Gym – located in Anchorpoint, Alexandra so look out for indoor park this when you are in the area and you have small kids in tow.  Since this is a small area, your small kids will tremendously enjoy the space-like theme ball pit.  It also has a mini obstacle course complete with soft punching bags and a slide at the end.  So for you to maximize your day shopping, you can park your children at the Space Zone Play Gym and pick them up once you are done.  The kids would surely have a grand time shooting balls on the space holes plus, develop coordination of their hands and eyes.

3.   Hokey Pokey – another play area for children below 6 years old, this is a haven for them as it is filled with toys for both boys and girls.  Hokey Pokey is a big playing area similar to the size of almost two basketball courts, so imagine a big space that can fit many kids.  It is equipped with a big ball pit, a safe slide, an open floor area concept to clearly view the children while at play and a café within the area for parents to relax while waiting for their kids.  Toys are graded GB which is great for babies and toys are plenty from doll houses to cars.  They also have costumes, cooking stations for girls, trains, castle sets from leading toy makers Imaginarium and Fisher Price.  Neatly located in Millenia Walk, your kids will adore this place.

4.   Amazonia – a jungle-themed playground for children of all ages, this has the right and fun activities to keep them pumped up and raring to play.  Toddlers have a dedicated area so their space is just right for your little tykes.  While the older kids can enjoy interactive games like Glow-in-the Dark Spaceball equipped with safe air guns with foamy balls and try to shoot the targets above the opponents’ boards.  Another quality game is their 3D Glow Golf with 9-hole course so they can learn early how to play this wonderful sport.  This is right in the Central area and with entrance fees with no peak and of-peak prices for different ages.  Additional fee also applies for Space Balls and Golf games.

Twitter away with the birds!

Twitter away with the birds!

5.    Happy Willow – with SGD10 for three hours, your toddlers will be able to crawl, walk or run on their dedicated Toddler’s Turf so they won’t be mixing around bigger kids.  What’s great is that it is just beside the café so while parents are having coffee and reading magazines, they can see how their kids are doing.  Located in Fusionopolis Way, this play center has a flying mini fox, kitchen station for girls, slides, ball pits and a corner filled with books for those who love to read.

6.   The Polliwogs – a new indoor playground in Harbourfront Walk, Vivocity, it boasts of a play pen with a rock climbing area which will delight your young kids.  They will learn to control their hand and feet coordination plus learn a new sport as well.  Toddlers can enjoy the mini ball pit and get a kick out of the Merry-G0-Round.  There are also shooting galleries and slides with different shapes.  Dining is not a problem as there is a café nearby for the parents to go to while keeping an eye on their children.

A puppet at one of the numerous attractions in Singapore

A puppet at one of the numerous attractions in Singapore

7.    Kidz Amaze – an indoor playground with high ceiling for your older kids.  It has three themes that offer different kinds of fun, TreeTops, the Cave and the City.  There are tunnels across the play area and high structures so the kids can climb tree-like posts.  A ball-hopper puts more fun in playing ball plus ball shooters with foam balls for safety.  Kidz Amaze is well-lit and well-ventilated with some of the sun rays streaming inside the window.  Strategically located in Toa Payoh so you can never miss this indoor play area.

8.   Hip Kids Club – if you want to go shopping on Orchard Road specifically the Forum Shopping Mall and don’t want to bring the kids from store to store, you can leave them for a few hours at the Hips Kids Club.  The playground has a membership fee for a year so no need to worry on paying every time your kids want to go there.  It has balance beams, climbing frames, ball pit, a slide, lifesavers and mini trikes.  Not bad for keeping the children busy while you’re busy shopping.

9.   Royce Kids Gym – an indoor playground that is full of toys so children can be entertained well and they can change toys as fast as saying ABC.  There are cute and colorful sofas for toddlers to climb on and it looks so comfy.  There is a swings section to put your small kids into and let them enjoy the wind blowing on his face as he slowly rocks.  An interesting part of the playground is the kitchen area where both boys and girls can play chef.  Complete with oven, utensils, pots, pans, plates, forks, spoons and cups, kids will have a grand time hopping from one oven to another.  Toy houses also line up the large playground.  Your little ones can crawl from one toy house to another and still be amused.  You shouldn’t miss this especially when you are in the Liang Court.

10.                      The City – a different indoor play area wherein learning as well as doing fun activities will help keep your older kids entertained.  If your child is into superhero stuff then this is the perfect place for them.  Costumes and mock-ups are available for them to dress up and play the superhero they wanted to be.  There are suits for Superman, Thor, Spiderman plus costumes for doctors or shopping carts for expert shoppers.  This playground lets them be creative and imaginative with the different personalities they will role play.  An indoor playground in Liang Court, a must-be place for your little kids who want to be superheroes.

Best of Singapore in 4 Days – Adrenaline Rush


This article will provide you the highlights of the best places in Singapore that are worth visiting. If you are someone who is adventurous or a sporty-type person and enjoys the outdoor, then this article has listed down the best places for you to visit. Read to find out more!

Day 1: Hiking over MacRitchie Reservoir

A tourist kayaks over the MacRitchie Reservoir

A tourist kayaks over the MacRitchie Reservoir

Morning & Afternoon: Energize yourself by visiting MacRitchie Reservoir early in the morning. Located at the central of Singapore, this is the oldest yet largest reservoir in Singapore. Hiking over MacRitchie will never be the same as you will get to witness long-tailed macaques swinging branches to branches, sneaky squirrels and monitor lizards. Be careful not to feed them with any kind of food. Hence keep all your food inside your bag. Apart from that, walk through Singapore’s very own HSBC Treetop Walk. Be sure to walk on this one-way trail as you can see the panorama, which offers a breath-taking view. MacRitchie Reservoir also caters for water sport lovers who are kayaking and canoeing enthusiasts. If you’re hungry before or after your hiking session, there is a food stall at the entrance of MacRitchie Reservoir.

If you’re from City Hall or Orchard area, you can take a direct bus number 162/162M which brings you there. Alternatively, you can take the MRT and alight at Caldecott Station (CC17).

People indulge in some lipsmacking street food in Singapore

People indulge in some lip-smacking street food in Singapore

Evening: Surely you will feel exhausted after a long hike over at MacRitchie Reservoir. Those of you who would like to feast on some delectable local meals and would like to experience the hawker food centre environment, why not head down to Newton Food Centre! This hawker centre offers various scrumptious seafood for you to tuck in. Name whatever seafood you would like to eat, there is a plenty of stalls selling the similar seafood in an affordable range. Definitely you will be spoiled for choices! When entering this hawker centre, you will be welcomed by many stall holders which will convince you to have your meals from their stall. Don’t fret as you can easily negotiate with them.

How do you get there? If you’re from MacRitchie Reservoir, you can simply take the direct bus number 162/162M and alight at Newton MRT station. Next, walk at the back of the Exit B of the station and cross over via overhead bridge. If you’re planning to take MRT, simply alight at Newton MRT Station (NS21).

Day 2: Experience the ‘Kallang Roar’ area

Morning: Gear up for another day full of thrills and action-packed adventure. On a Day 2, head down to Singapore Sports Hub— it was officially launched in June 2014 with its 35 hectare, cutting-edge site. This newly renovated Sports Hub is dedicated for the upcoming SEA Games in June 2015. There is always some activity for you to try on. We suggest you to try the tallest indoor rock climbing– Climb Central, which is located inside Kallang Wave Mall. With an approximate of 1,000 square meter of wall space, climbing up the wall will be easy for the beginner. Apart from rock climbing, there are also alternative ways for you to try out for free– Exercise & Fitness Stations and Sports Hub Giant Chess. Kallang Wave Mall is a shopping mall which offers great variety of sports goods, food junctions and many more. Hence you won’t have difficulty having your breakfast or brunch or even lunch around here.

Afternoon & Evening: Spend your afternoon and evening to Kallang Leisure Park where there are Ice Skating sessions for you to try out. Apart from Ice Skating, you can even bowl over at Kallang Bowl as well. After a long day spent at Ice Skating and Bowling, sit back and relax while catching up some great movies at Filmgarde Cineplex.

How to reach Singapore Sports Hub, Kallang Wave Mall and/or Kallang Leisure Park? Simply take the MRT and alight at Stadium Station (CC6). Exit A to Sports Hub or Kallang Wave Mall. Exit B to Kallang Leisure Park.

Day 3: Thrilling Activities

Morning: Rise and shine! Get ready for another action-packed activities. if you have been wanting to play Go Kart, visit the KF1 Karting Circuit— the place where you will get to try out and play Go Kart. There are 2 types of karts for you to choose from. However, it is advisable to take up Viper Kart which is meant for the amateur racer. You can upgrade yourself to Birel Kart after you have familiar with the circuit. Viper Kart and Birel Kart has its own speed of 30km/h and 50km/h respectively. Also, they offer an affordable price. Be sure not to miss this golden opportunity while you’re here!

KF1 Karting is located beside Kranji MRT Station (NS8). Click on the link here to find out how you can reach here.

Afternoon: Head over to Paint Ball Alliance after the first thrilling activity at KF1 Karting Circuit. Paint Ball Alliance was set up in 2012 and they have 2 fields which Singapore is the first in the world to follow the international competition standards. There are also shower facilities. So, if you’re planning to have your game here, be sure to bring your toiletries as well. There are various of packages for you to choose from. Price rates are affordable as well. Be sure to make an advance booking before heading there. You have to be 14 years old and above to play the paintball. However, do note that you require parental consent if you’re aged in the range of 14-17 years old.

Paint Ball Alliance is located at the back of Marsiling MRT Station (NS9). To find out more which bus are accessible, click here.

Evening: Located at the heart of Clarke Quay (right opposite to The Central shopping mall), you will find some other tourists’ will come to the site and try out. GMAX is a reverse bungy made from New Zealand. There’s also GX-5 Extreme Swing for you to try out as well. Each admission costs $45 per ticket. Not suitable for faint-hearted people. For more information, click here.

Day 4: The Sentosa Island

Universal Theme Park in Singapore

Universal Theme Park in Singapore

Morning & Afternoon: Spend your last day in Singapore by making a trip down to Marine Life Park @ Resort World Sentosa.The park consists of 3 attractions– mainly SEA Aquarium, Adventure Cove Waterpark and Dolphin Island. We suggest you to visit SEA Aquarium first to view the therapeutic display of jellyfishes and other sea species dancing in the water. Apart from that, you will be able to touch the starfish at the Discovery Touch Pool. You will be able to catch sharks, grouper and many more at Open Ocean. After spending about 1 and half hour at SEA Aquarium, be sure to enjoy the splash of waters at Adventure Cove Waterpark. Play all kinds of water slides like Dueling Racer, Pipeline Plunge, Riptide Rocket, Spiral Washout and the Whirlpool Washout. If you’re daring enough, you can take the plunge at Splashworks! You can even try out the Rainbow Snorkel whereby you with snorkel along with the colorful, rainbow reefs. Indeed, there are lots of water slides that awaits you. If you’re looking forward to interact with mammals and learn about it especially the Dolphins, here’s your chance by heading to Dolphin Island.

To reach USS, simply take the MRT and alight at Harbourfront Station (NE1|CC29). Upon reaching, follow the direction which leads to Vivo City Level 3 (Lobby L). Purchase a Single-Trip admission ticket (via Monorail) to Sentosa Island (worth $4.00) at the Ticketing Machine. Alternatively, you may also use your Ez-Link card for admission to Sentosa. $4.00 will be deducted in your Ez-Link card instantly. Finally alight at Waterfront Station and make your way to USS!

Evening: In the evening, drop by to Imbiah Station, 1 station away from Waterfront Station and have some fun by taking the Skyline Luge. You can either take up the Skyline where you can get to catch the breathtaking view or ride on the Luge or even you can challenge yourself by taking both rides! There’s also Night Luge if you are willing to take up the challenge. If you’re looking for another thrilling indoor adventures, try out Singapore’s one and only iFly Singapore— located one stop away from Imbiah Station or 2 stops away from Waterfront Station. You will be trained by the professional certified trainer on how to fly.

Tips: Download MyTransport app on your device where you can get timely bus arrival timings at your finger tips! To calculate the taxi fare, click here where it gives you the estimate cab fare. There are various taxi app like UberHailo and Easy Taxi to book cab instantly.

Singapore in 4 Days – Couples Choice


Planning to travel to Singapore but unsure which attractions to head to? No idea which eateries offer a fulfilling meal? This guide may help you to plan your holiday in such a way that it is ideal for couples. Read more to find out!

Day 1: Discover the Singapore’s Wildlife Reserves

Morning: Kick-start your day off by tasting our very own traditional local delicacy Kaya Toast with Hard-Boiled eggs topped off with a cup of coffee. We suggest you to have it over at Ya Kun Kaya Toast. After fueling up your tummy with yummy breakfast, board the SAEx® bus service which brings you straight to the Singapore Zoological. Alternatively, you may also wish to take the fastest and most convenient route– cab. Do note that taking the cab might cost you a bomb.

Check out the wonderful animals at the zoo

Check out the wonderful animals at the zoo

Upon arrival at Singapore Zoo, purchase the ticket at the counter or online. Opt for Park Hopper which allows you to visit the Zoo, River Safari, Night Safari and even Jurong Bird Park at the price of oneClick here for further information on parks and many more! Look forward for the fun yet thrilling adventure with the animals! Be sure not to miss our own iconic animal, Ah Meng.

Afternoon: After completing the Zoo trip in the morning, now let’s move on to the exciting River Safari. Spend your afternoon by going for either Amazon River Quest or River Safari Quest or even both. These 2 rides are priced at $5 (Adult) and $3 (Child age 3-12 years old). Be sure not to miss Singapore’s Giant Panda– Jia Jia and Kai Kai. Don’t forget to pay a visit to 6 different rivers which will definitely awe you. Feeling famished? We suggest you to have lunch/early dinner at Mama Panda Kitchen and be pleased with their cutesy Panda Pau!

Night Safari: Unlimited Fun

Night Safari: Unlimited Fun

Evening/Night: Make an early admission to the Night Safari. You may also have your dinner over at Bongo Burgers and be enthralled with Thumbuakar Performance— a cultural dance performance by the Thumbuakar dancers who will perform their fire-sparking stunts. After the performance has ended, walk your way to the Wallaby Trail where you will get to explore further on Australasia’s animal– the Wallabies and the Possums. Next, catch the Creatures of The Night Show which offers a spectacular night where most nocturnal animals will excite you and your partner with their talents and skills. This extravagant show is surely not to be missed.

Day 2: Gateway to Sentosa Island

Universal Theme Park in Singapore

Universal Theme Park in Singapore

Morning: Let’s start the day with Universal Studios Singapore (also known as USS in short) in the morning where the crowd is less and you will not get caught up with the heat. USS offers 7 different zones movie magic filled with joy and adventure for you and partner to venture. Be sure not to miss any of the 7 zones. In case you have yet to have your breakfast, and have been a fan of Sesame Street since you are a kid, why not have a Breakfast Buffet with The Sesame Street’s characters! The price of breakfast buffet inclusive of the One Day Admission fee. Click here for more information. Do note that each zones offer variety of dining eateries for you to choose from. it’s so flexible! Check out their website for further details.

To reach USS, simply take the MRT and alight at Harbourfront Station (NE1|CC29). Upon reaching, follow the direction which leads to Vivo City Level 3 (Lobby L). Purchase a Single-Trip admission ticket (via Monorail) to Sentosa Island (worth $4.00) at the Ticketing Machine. Alternatively, you may also use your Ez-Link card for admission to Sentosa. $4.00 will be deducted in your Ez-Link card instantly. Finally alight at Waterfront Station and make your way to USS!

Afternoon: Take a lovely stroll with your partner at Siloso Beach— Singapore’s only hippest beach. There are a number of activities for you to choose from during your afternoon stay at Siloso Beach. Along the way, you may get a chance to witness the local youths who may be gathering around for team bonding session. Head down to Wave House Sentosa where you can master your wake-boarding skills or you can even ride the Banana Boat at SeaBreeze Water Sports— also located in the Wave House. If you’re looking for some outdoor activities under the scorching sun, we suggest The Flying Trapeze and MegaZip Adventure Park. You may dip in the water or work your tan and lay above the fine sand. Don’t fret as the Beach Patrols are always on the look out for everyone’s safety at the beach. Hence, seek emergency help from the Beach Patrols.

Evening/Night: Surprise your partner by having an intimate dinner in the Singapore Cable Car while witnessing the breathtaking scenery. Yes, you heard me right! You can even propose to the love of your life here. Be sure to book the on-board dining experience at least 1 month in advance. From now (Jan 2015) to June 2015, the Cable Car offers a DC Super Heroes theme! If your partner is a fan of Superman, this is the one-time opportunity for you not to be missed. To experience Singapore Cable Car, simply board from Imbiah Lookout, next to Tiger Sky Tower. Admission fee applies. Visit here for more information.

Day 3: The City of Tourist Attractions 

Morning: Rise and shine folks! If you are thinking of trying something new for breakfast, we suggest you to have Roti Parata with their savory Fish Curry and go along with a cup of Teh Tarik (Indian’s version of Milk Tea). Have it at Al Tasneem Restaurant (North Bridge Road) where they sell Roti Prata at an affordable rate. Next, head down to Gardens by The Bay. Take the MRT from Bugis Station Downtown Line (DT14) and alight at Bayfront Station (DT16). Board the shuttle bus which is available at Bayfront Station (DT16). Upon arrival, visit their cooled conservatories– Cloud Forest and Flower Dome. Check out the exotic plants and vibrant florals, which are imported from various countries. Tickets can be purchased online or even over the counter.

Gorgeous Gardens by the Bay in Singapore

Gorgeous Gardens by the Bay in Singapore

Afternoon: Let’s move on to Marina Bay Sands (MBS) where various indoor activities can be done such as betting over at the Casino, view masterpieces at Art Science Museum, catch the latest musical shows at MasterCard Theatre, try out Ice Skating at the Skating Rink and even ride The Sampan. Oh! Not to forget to window-shop at Marina Bay Shoppe. If you or your partner have been dreaming to watch the eye-bird view scenery as tall as 65 level, grab your chance by dropping by at the Sands SkyPark Observation Deck.

Evening/Night: Be dazzled by witnessing the 360 degree view of Singapore’s City in Singapore Flyer’s capsule. This is also another alternative for you to have a candle-light dinner with your partner and held the proposal to your partner. You can also try out local foods from the foodcourt at Level 1. We suggest you to try Ice Kachang as a dessert. To get to Singapore Flyer, walk across the Helix Bridge from MBS and walk your way down– just a 15-minute walking distance.

Day 4: Shopping Paradise!

Morning: Start your perfect morning by having a morning stroll with your partner or have a picnic over at Botanic Gardens. The Botanic Gardens will let you discover more about variety of plantations around the gardens. Head down to National Orchid Garden (inside Botanic Gardens) where you can simply find Singapore’s very own Vanda Miss Joaquim orchid! Another best point for you not to be missed is to catch 2 swans at the Swans Lake! FYI, Botanic Gardens is the best venue for having pre-wedding photo shoots. Hence, you might stumble upon couples dressing up wedding costumes.

A hawker prepares mouth-watering street food in Singapore

A hawker prepares mouth-watering street food in Singapore

Afternoon: Have your lunch at Dempsey Hill where you will find exquisite restaurants to choose from. We suggest you to have your brunch over at P.S Cafe for a scrumptious meal. Afterwards, head to the Museums at the Central area where you will learn more about Singapore’s history and culture. Places like National Museum, Singapore Art Museum or Singapore Philatelic Museum.

To go to Dempsey Hill from Botanic Gardens, take the cab to bring you there. Another way for you to reach is to take bus number 7, 75, 77, 105, 106, 123 and 178 (opposite Gleneagles Hospital, exit from Tanglin Gate) and alight 2 stops after the bus-stop you board at.

Evening/Night: Shopping Paradise over Orchard Road to shop for branded goods like Abercrombie & Fitch, Adidas, Prada or Gucci. You can also shop at Bugis Street where you can find lots of merchandises available at a cheaper price. You can even bargain too! There are plenty of eateries out there across Orchard Road. On Bugis Street, you can have your dinner at Bugis Junction or Bugis Plus.

If you’re planning to head to Bugis Street from Orchard Road, take bus number 7, 36 and 175.

Tips: Download MyTransport app on your device where you can get timely bus arrival timings at your finger tips! To calculate the taxi fare, click here where it gives you the estimate cab fare. There are various taxi app like Uber, Hailo and Easy Taxi to book cab instantly.

Singapore in 4 Days – BFF Bonding Trip


Having a school holiday or planning to take some break from work, and need that long awaited trip to Singapore with your BFF? Both you and your BFF are unsure of what places to visit in Singapore. With this guide, it will help you to ease your worries and plan your holiday explendidly. Here’s the list of places of attractions for you and your BFF to visit for 4 days. Read to find out more!

Day 1: Tranquility @ Sentosa

Have super fun at Sentosa

Have super fun at Sentosa

Morning: Kick-start your day by going to the Beach Station, Sentosa. Take a lovely stroll with your partner at Siloso Beach— Singapore’s only hippest beach especially for the youths. There are a number of activities for you to choose from during your afternoon stay at Siloso Beach. Head down to Wave House Sentosa where you can master your wake-boarding skills or you can even ride the Banana Boat at SeaBreeze Water Sports— also located in the Wave House. If you’re looking for some outdoor activities under the scorching sun, we suggest The Flying Trapeze and MegaZip Adventure Park. You may dip in the water or work your tan and lay above the fine sand. Don’t fret as the Beach Patrols are always on the look out for everyone’s safety at the beach. Hence, seek emergency help from the Beach Patrols.

Afternoon: After taking your lunch, head down to Imbiah Station where there are various of attractions for you to look out for. Head down to Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom where you will get to experience those beautiful yet colorful butterflies flying around the park. Learn more about Singapore’s history and culture by visiting Images of Singapore. There are also special offer for

Evening/Night: Hop off in Singapore Cable Car while witnessing the breathtaking scenery. From now (Jan 2015) to June 2015, the Cable Car offers a DC Super Heroes theme! If your BFF is a fan of Superman, this is the one-time opportunity for you not to be missed. To experience Singapore Cable Car, simply board from Imbiah Lookout, next to Tiger Sky Tower. Admission fee applies. Visit here for more information.

Day 2: Hopping over at Resorts World Sentosa

Have an action packed day at USS Universal Studios

Have an action packed day at USS Universal Studios

Morning & Afternoon: Spend your day with your BFF at the most popular theme park; Universal Studios Singapore (USS). USS offers 7 different zones movie magic filled with joy and adventure for you and partner to venture. The 7 zones are Hollywood, New York, Sci-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, Lost World, Far Far Away and lastly Madagascar. Be sure not to miss any of these 7 zones. If you and your BFF have yet to eat breakfast, why not have Breakfast Buffet with The Sesame Street’s characters! Don’t forget to capture memories with The Sesame Street’s characters as well! The price of breakfast buffet is inclusive of the One Day Admission fee. Click here for more information. Do note that each zones offer variety of dining eateries for you to choose from. It’s so flexible! Check out their website for further details.

Evening/Night: After a long day over at USS, head over for a mouth-watering dinner at Slappy Cakes where you can enjoy making your own pancakes. How fun it is! After having your fulfilling dinner, be starstruck with your other family members by catching the live display of Crane Dance & Lake of Dreams show. This magical showcase is at 2100hrs and 2130hrs. Check out their website here to find out more.

Day 3: Discover the WIldlife Animals

Meet the animals at the Zoo

Meet the animals at the Zoo

Morning: Kick-start your day off by tasting our very own traditional local delicacy Kaya Toast with Hard-Boiled eggs and a cup of coffee. We suggest you to have it over at Ya Kun Kaya Toast. After fueling up your tummy with yummy breakfast, board the SAEx® bus service which brings you straight to the Singapore Zoological. Purchase the tickets at the counter or online. Opt for Park Hopper which allows you to visit the Zoo, River Safari, Night Safari and even Jurong Bird Park at the price of one. Click here for further information on parks and many more! Look forward for the fun yet thrilling adventure with the animals! Be sure not to miss our own iconic animal, Ah Meng.

Afternoon: After completing the Zoo trip in the morning, now let’s move on to River Safari. Spend your afternoon by going for either Amazon River Quest or River Safari Quest or even both. These 2 rides are price at $5 (Adult) and $3 (Child age 3-12 years old). Be sure not to miss Singapore’s Giant Panda— Jia Jia and Kai Kai. Don’t forget to pay a visit to 6 different rivers which will definitely awe you. Feeling famished? We suggest you to have lunch/early dinner at Mama Panda Kitchen and check out their cutesy Panda Pau!

Night Safari: Unlimited Fun

Night Safari: Unlimited Fun

Evening/Night: Make an early admission to the Night Safari. You may also have your dinner over at Bongo Burgers and be enthralled with Thumbuakar Performance— a cultural dance performance by the Thumbuakar dancers who will perform their fire-sparking stunts. After the performance has ended, walk your way to the Wallaby Trail where you will get to explore further on Australasia’s animal— the Wallabies and the Possums. Next, catch the Creatures of The Night Show which offers a spectacular night where most nocturnal animals will excite you and your partner with their talents and skills. This extravagant show is surely not to be missed.

Day 4: Recreation activities + Shopping

Morning: Gear up as the final day of the trip will be more fun and enthralling with your BFF. Start with a trip to AMPED Trampoline Park. This is Singapore’s very first indoor trampoline park by them which set up in March 2013. All you have to do here is to jump on the mattress. Yes, you heard me right! This trampoline park allows you to jump for joy. Currently, they have 2 outlets in Singapore– Katong and Jurong. But we would suggest you to go to Katong where it is near to the City area. For more information, visit their website to know the exact location and bookings.

Afternoon: We believe that you and your BFF had fun at the Trampoline Park. Hence, you will definitely be famished yet exhausted. We suggest you to have your lunch over at The Laneway Market— just across the opposite road of Trampoline Park. They serve appetizing meals and desserts for you to feed that hungry tummy. Next, take a bus and make your trip to the next activity which is GMAX! Located at the heart of Clarke Quay (right opposite to The Central shopping mall), you will find some other tourists’ will come to the site and try out. GMAX is a reverse bungy made from New Zealand. There’s also GX-5 Extreme Swing for you to try out as well. Each admission cost $45 per ticket. And it is certainly not suitable for faint-hearted people. For more information, click here.

Evening/Night: After a thrilling experience at GMAX, get ready for some last minute shopping over Orchard Road. Shop for branded goods like Abercrombie & Fitch, Adidas, Prada or Gucci. You can also shop at Bugis Street where you can find lots of merchandises available at a cheaper price. You can even bargain too! There are plenty of eateries out there across Orchard Road. On Bugis Street, you can have your dinner at Bugis Junction or Bugis Plus.

If you’re planning to head to Bugis Street from Orchard Road, take bus number 7, 36 and 175.

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