Adventure and Outdoor Fun Activities for December School Holidays 2012 No ratings yet.

Outdoor Fun and Adventure 2012 Personally, I love outdoor activities and seek after adventures.  I guess most children love them  too.  Sun, beaches and fresh air are good for your kids and your whole family. Activities listed here provide plenty of chances to go outdoor, get some suntan and get lots of fun/sun.  Some activities are designed for the whole family to participate and giving more opportunities for family bonding.  Most activities contain elements of adventures which make it even more exciting and fun for you and your children to participate!   There are so many adventurous activities such as Canopy…

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Gardens By The Bay 滨海湾花园 No ratings yet.

Gardens By The Bay (滨海湾花园) Gardens By The Bay is the newest attractions in Singapore.  The wonders of the Gardens is unveiled for the public on 29 June 2012.   You will be able to experience many its world’s first unique features such as the vertical gardens of the Supertrees; the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest cooled conservatories; the Heritage Gardens and World of Plants; and the Dragonfly Lake. Garden By The Bay is a MUST VISIT place of attraction if you visit Singapore and it was recommended by Patricia Schultz, the author of the New York Times best seller “1000…

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A Day Trip at Wild Wild Wet No ratings yet.

Fun At Wild Wild Wet I know most of you had been to the Wild Wild Wet at the Downtown East and this may not be something new.  I had been to this water theme park several times but every time, it still bring joy to me and my child. During this March School Holiday, as part of the resort package, I was given 2 complimentary tickets to the Wild Wild Wet.   At first, my sons were reluctant to go in as they had been there so many times and there are nothing new since their last visit.    It was…

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Sentosa Skyride and Lugh No ratings yet.

Skyline Lugh Sentosa One of the favourite outdoor activity in  Sentosa is the Lugh and the Skyride.   Usually, both activities are done together regardless of sequence depends on your starting point.   You could either take the Skyride first to the hill top and slide down in luge or slide down with lugh first and return to the hill top with the Skyride.   I’ve done both ways and they are equally good and equally fun!   If you start from the beach side, then you’ll have to take the Skyride first but if you are taking it at the Imbiah lookout ,…

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Singapore Quarry 5/5 (2)

Singapore Quarry – A Hidden Treasure   Singapore Quarry is not a common and popular place of attraction for the locals as well as for tourist.   The stigma of a being a quarry does not really make people excited.   I had the same thinking and have not even thought of visiting it until last month.   After the visit, it had changed my view quite dramatically although I would still not regard it too much as an exciting place.  BUT to me, this place is a hidden treasure.   A treasure that I hope more people would come to know and that…

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Pulau Ubin – Part 1 5/5 (1)

The Old Singapore – Pulau Ubin (乌敏岛) I have some visitors who asked me where to recommended them when they are in Singapore and wanted to go to a place which has all the followings: Something different and unique from the rest of Singapore  Close to nature and wildlife A quick getaway for 1 day or a few hours Outdoor adventures  Away from city life Cheap and fun I would usually and gladly suggest Pulau Ubin which have so far not disappoint them.   For Singapore residents especially with kids who wanted to bring their family out for a quick getaway…

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Sengkang Kite Flying No ratings yet.

Flying Kites Around SengKang There are a few places near Sengkang and Hougang that you could see people flying kites at big empty fields scattered between the Buangkok Drive and Anchorvale Street. One of these empty field of green grass is my favourite kite flying places. It is locate right opposite the Sengkang Swimming Pool, Sengkang Sport Complex and Farmway LRT.   I like to come here for kite flying because I could easily combine 2 or more activities together such as swimming, kite-flying or visiting parks.   On Weekends, this field will be crowded with families and kids running around trying…

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Pasir Ris Park No ratings yet.

General Description Pasir Ris Park is a favorite family weekend spot for many kinds of outdoor family activities such as picnicking, camping, BBQ, children playground, canoing, swimming, kite flying, in-line blading, cycling and other water sports. Pasir Ris Park is one of the largest coastal park in Singapore and lies in the eastern part with 71 hectares area including 6 hectares of mangrove swamp. Pasir Ris means “Beach blot-rope” in Malay which imply a narrow beach. Its carefully preserved mangrove swamp is traversed by boardwalks which you and your family could find inhabitants of mangrove community such as mud crabs,…

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Wild Wild Wet No ratings yet.

Wild Wild Wet   General Description  Wild Wild Wet is the Singapore’s biggest and most exciting water theme park.   This is a place where the whole family could easily spent half a day or even longer with lots of fun and laugher.  Your children will love this place which has attractions such as the man-made tidal wave, many cool water slides, inflatable rafts and water playground. There are many fun Rides such as:1. Tsunami – Experience the stimulated Tidal waves2. The Waterworks – Twist and turn in the super flume tude slides3. Ular-lah – Water Raft slide for 6 person…

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