It feels like we were just tossing yusheng (Lo Hei) for Chinese New Year, and now, guess what’s around the corner? Yep, the much-anticipated March holidays are almost upon us! If you’re pondering over ways to keep the little ones entertained during the break, worry not! Here are some mind-blowing ideas to ignite excitement for both you and the kiddos.


1. Island Hopping

Singapore Island HoppingImage: Singapore Island Cruise

Escape the city and embark on a passport-free island getaway on a trip to the Singapore Southern Islands! Explore the Southern Islands’ natural beauty and cultural richness, from the tranquil shores of Lazarus Island to the historical significance of St. John’s Island and the picturesque charm of Kusu Island. Whether you’re seeking adventure, relaxation, or simply a day of blissful escape this is suitable for the whole family. Have an unforgettable journey and create memories that will last a lifetime.


2. Attend Not So Little Fair

Not So Little Fair Suntec

The Not So Little Fair is back, and it’s bigger and better than ever! Taking over Halls 403 & 404 with a whopping 100+ brands, Kiztopia making a grand return, not one but two bouncy castles, two new experience spaces, stage performances, trial activities galore, and special appearances by Po from Kung Fu Panda and Caitie from Super Simple Songs! Get ready for a weekend filled with non-stop fun and excitement.

📅 9 & 10 Mar 2024
⏱ 10.30am – 7.30pm
📍 Suntec Convention Centre Hall 403 & 404

You can RSVP here.


3. Dive into the New Children’s Biodiversity Library

Children's Biodiversity Library Open Ocean Zone - Coral Zone

The Central Public Library has undergone a makeover, reopening on January 12, 2024, with a revamped children’s section focused on the wonders of biodiversity, with a special emphasis on marine life. Dive into this marine-themed wonderland, offering young explorers an immersive experience. Through interactive displays, it aims to kindle a deep appreciation for ocean life and the importance of preserving marine biodiversity.

For more information, visit The Children’s Biodiversity Library.


4. Dragon Trail Adventure

dragon playground toa payoh lor 6

Celebrate the Year of the Dragon by embarking on a captivating dragon trail across Singapore. Rediscover the magic of yesteryear by exploring iconic dragon-themed playgrounds, providing a nostalgic experience for both the young and the young at heart.

whampoa dragon fountain and statue

Don’t miss the majestic Whampoa dragon statue, a symbolic landmark adding to the mythical allure of this journey. Immerse yourself in Singapore’s cultural tapestry and create lasting memories this festive season.

For more information, visit Dragon Playgrounds in Singapore and Whampoa Dragon Statue.


5. Cycling Bliss at Eastern Green Corridor

Take a 18km cycling journey along the Eastern Green Corridor, a scenic route developed since 2021. Enhanced by PUB’s ABC Waters Programme, the route offers a tranquil cycling experience in the east, connecting parks with multi-tiered landscaping to enhance greenery and biodiversity. It’s a community exploration initiative aligning with Singapore’s vision of becoming a City in Nature, seamlessly blending urban living with natural surroundings.


6. Make Your Own Plant Terrarium

DIY Plant Terrarium

Crafting a plant terrarium is not only a fun and easy gardening activity for children but also a great way to instill responsibility and foster a connection with plants and soil.

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


7. Explore the Enigmatic Kay Siang Bunkers

Queenstown Kay Siang Bunkers

Delve into the history of the Kay Siang bunkers, remnants from the 1940s World War II era. These bunkers served as storage for munitions during the British Military’s presence. Explore the historical intrigue of these abandoned bunkers frozen in time.

For more information, go to Queenstown Kay Siang Bunkers.


8. Picnic in the Sky at Singapore Flyer

Singapore Flyer Picnic in the Sky

Elevate your family picnic game with Singapore Flyer‘s latest offering – a picnic in the sky with ever-changing views of the Singapore skyline. Enjoy a delightful spread featuring croissants, pizzas, chicken karaage, tropical cut fruits, and childhood snacks like iced gem biscuits. Revisit nostalgic games like five stones and snakes and ladders while basking in mesmerizing views from 165 meters high.

For more information, visit Picnic in the Sky at Singapore Flyer.


9. Car-Free Sunday Singapore 2024

car free sunday singapore

Join the movement towards a car-lite Singapore at Car-Free Sunday 2024. Walk, run, or cycle freely on designated car-free roads from 8am to 11am. Engage in a variety of activities organized by LTA and partners along St Andrew’s Road and Esplanade Drive, catering to visitors of all ages. Games, inline skating, and aeromodelling await, promoting sustainable modes of travel and enhancing public awareness.

For more information, go to Car-Free Sunday 2024.


10. Journey through History at Civil Defence Heritage Gallery

Civil Defence Heritage Gallery History

Nestled within the SCDF premises, the Civil Defence Heritage Gallery offers a captivating journey through Singapore’s history, from World War II to modern-day disaster management. Immerse yourself in the evolution of civil defence efforts, gaining insights that educate, engage, and inspire.

For more information, visit Civil Defence Heritage Gallery CDHG.


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.


It is the March one-week school break. We have compiled a list of March School Holidays 2024 Activities for Kids.

Things to do this March Holidays 2024

For other upcoming events, visit Events in Singapore.

🐰🥚 EASTER 2024 🥚🐰

Easter is just around the corner. We have compiled a list of Things to Do Over the Easter Weekend.

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