It seems like we just celebrated the new year yesterday and here we are, approaching the first block of school holidays for the year. Yes, it’s just a week to the marvellous March holidays! If you’re scratching your head thinking about what to do with your kids during the break, here are some ideas to get you and the kids excited!


1. Visit the Revamped Peranakan Museum Singapore

Peranakan Museum Singapore

With a focus on inclusivity, the refreshed museum explores the multi-faceted diversity of Peranakan culture and communities such as Arab Peranakans, Chinese Peranakans, Chitty Melakans (or Peranakan Indians), Eurasian Peranakans and Jawi Peranakans. Visitors will encounter intricate objects, interviews, stories, and contemporary expressions in the museum’s nine galleries spanning three floors.

For more information, visit Peranakan Museum Singapore.


2. Borrow a Book at the New Punggol Regional Library

Punggol Regional Library

Located within One Punggol, the library opened its first two floors to the public on 30 January 2023. With dedicated offerings for children on both levels, the library will serve the needs of the community in Punggol, which has one of the highest proportions of children below five years old in its resident population.

For more information, go to Interesting And Uncommon Places To Explore With Kids In Singapore.


3. Make Your Own Plant Terrarium

DIY Plant Terrarium

Making a plant terrarium is a fun and easy way to get children excited about gardening. Plus, it teaches them responsibility and lets them interact with plants and soil easily.

Like to learn more? Sign up for a Air Plant Terrarium Greenwall Workshop in Funan via KKday.

Want to DIY a terrarium? Read more via How To Make Your Own Plant Terrarium.


4. Cycle at Rail Corridor (North) – New

Offering you more than 21 km of continuous connectivity along the Rail Corridor, you can now explore Rail Corridor from opposite Kranji MRT station to Spooner Road – all the way from north to south with this new opening. There are now more than 30 access paths connecting neighboring residents and communities to the Rail Corridor!


5. Hunt for Dinosaurs in Singapore

Jurassic Nest Gardens by The Bay

Step with caution into Gardens by the Bay as 18 dinosaurs take up home at Singapore’s first dinosaur-themed food hall, Jurassic Nest. Have your breath taken away while you dine with the hyper-realistic gigantic reptilians in the first food hall in Singapore to have more than 50% Michelin-rated food brands. As you dine, spot as many animatronic dinosaurs as you can, such as the formidable T-Rex, stealthy Oviraptor, and the tallest of them all, the towering Brachiosaurus that stands at 5m tall!

For more information, go to Hunt for Dinosaurs in Singapore.


6. Challenge yourself at HydroDash

hydrodash sentosa

Challenge friends & family around our thrill-seeking, floating obstacle course and let the games begin! Designed for fun for everyone – the inflatable playgrounds are a family-friendly attraction.

For more information, go to HydroDash Singapore.


7. Explore the Abandoned Kay Siang Bunkers

Queenstown Kay Siang Bunkers

The abandoned and run down Kay Siang bunkers were built in the 1940s during World War Two. The bunkers were used as storage to keep munitions for the British Military who were still there at the time.

For more information, go to Queenstown Kay Siang Bunkers.


8. Fly like a Butterfly at Butterfly Maze

Butterfly maze play areas Jurong Lake Gardens

The new butterfly maze is complementary and adjoins the children’s section of the therapeutic garden. It is designed with therapeutic intent for children with special needs, such as ADHD.

For more information, visit Butterfly Maze at Jurong Lake Gardens.


9. Relive Kampong Times

Top 5 Scenic Places Singapore - Kampong Lorong Buangkok

Yes, there is ONE last kampong left standing in urban Singapore! There are a total of 26 homes in the vicinity, and 4 of them have been modified to date.

For more information, go to Interesting And Uncommon Places To Explore With Kids In Singapore.


10. Hunt for Giants

Explorers of Sentosa - Little LynExplorers of Sentosa – Little Lyn. Image credit: Sentosa Development Corporation

Explorers of Sentosa, a family of four giant sculptures are constructed mainly from discarded objects – reclaimed wood materials from wooden pallets and crates, accessorised with artwork upcycled from plastic waste, and constructed in collaboration with local volunteers. The sculptures will be completed in December 2022 and will make Sentosa their home until the end of 2024. When completed, visitors will be able to explore and discover the sculptures using an interactive digital map that will take them around the Palawan area.

For more information, visit Explorers of Sentosa Giant Sculptures.


Note: All details are correct as at the time of publishing. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information, no guarantee is given nor responsibility is taken for errors or omissions in the compilation. Readers are advised to check with the respective event organisers for the most updated schedules, venues and details.

March School Holiday 2023

It is the March one-week school break. We have compiled a list of March School Holidays 2023 Activities for Kids.

March School Holiday Events and Activities 2023

For other upcoming events, visit Events in Singapore.

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