In just a week’s time, the March School Holiday will be upon us. While most of the kids would be eagerly awaiting for the school holidays, we know that it may not be the same for you parents. Are you worried about an empty calendar and activities to occupy your kids?
Fret not, the Lion City is home to many world-class attractions that provide a wealth of knowledge while having a dose of fun. From museums to zoos, gardens to theme parks, there are plenty of places to explore. In this article, we will highlight some of the best places and activities for you to enjoy this March Holiday. So, pack your bags, slab on your sunblock and get ready for the ultimate family-adventure in the Garden City!
Keep the kiddos occupied with these during the March School Holiday:
1. Reconnect with nature over the March school holiday @ Nature Kindred
Age: 1 – 10 years old
Fee: $48 per child
Day & Duration: Every Saturday and Sunday for 60 minutes, 10 am – 7 pm
Venue: 65 Sungei Tengah Road, Singapore 699000
Science and nature are inextricably linked. By giving your kids an early introduction to the wonders of both, it can foster a love for learning that lasts a lifetime. In case you’re wondering, Kids Nature Science Enrichment Classes is one way you can do so! This unique opportunity allows your child to explore and learn about nature while having fun at the same time!
Through the hands-on approach to Science education, it allows your child to observe, experiment and discover the wonders of nature. The activity might even foster your child’s love of science, which is an invaluable addition to his or her educational experience.
2. Marvel at the world of arts, music & dance @ Disney on Ice
Age: Any age
Dates: 11 – 19 Mar 2023
Fee: from $25
Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Looking for a fun and exciting way to introduce your children to the arts, music, and dance? In our opinion, what better way to do so than taking them to watch Disney On Ice?
This family-friendly show brings beloved Disney characters to life on the ice, in a magical and unforgettable experience that children of all ages will love. Intertwining the artistry of ice skating with the magical touch of fairy tale, this show is bound to create a unique and captivating performance that will inspire and entertain your children. It is undoubtedly a great family activity that everyone can enjoy.
3. Embark on an Intertidal & Mangrove Wildlife Walk with Young Nautilus
Age: 2 years old and above
Fee: $56 per child & $58 per adult
Venue: Various locations available
Pic via @YoungNautilus
This unique and interactive experience allows your child to explore Singapore’s intertidal zone and mangrove forests, while learning about the diverse array of wildlife that lives there. Led by experienced guides from Young Nautilus, your lil’ explorer will have the opportunity to observe and interact with different species, and learn about their adaptations and behaviors Providing a fun and educational experience for the whole family, it is definitely a must-do activity during the up-and-coming March school holiday!
4. Step back in time during the March School Holiday @ Children’s Museum Singapore (CMSG)
Age: 12 years old & below
Fee: Free until 31 March 2023
Venue: Children’s Museum Singapore, 23-B Coleman Street, Singapore 179807
The CMSG offers a safe place and engaging exhibitions for the child to roam, explore and discover about Singapore’s rich history, culture and tradition. From exploring a traditional Peranakan shophouse to discovering the customs and traditions of different ethnic groups, children can gain a deeper understanding of Singapore’s diverse heritage. Watch as your children open their eyes in wonder as they learn about the history of Singapore and the world!
5. Take a closer look into the mystery of wildlife @ The Singapore Zoo
Age: Any age
Fee: $33 per child & $48 per adult (includes complimentary tram service)
Venue: 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826
Are you ready for a wild adventure & family fun at Singapore’s Mandai Zoo? Our world-renowned zoo offers a unique and immersive experience that allows visitors to get up close and personal with some of the most fascinating animals on the planet. The zoo’s guided tours, animal show and feeding sessions conducted is not only entertaining for the kiddos. More than that, it will help them gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of the animal kingdom.
The Singapore Zoo houses more than 300 species of animals (including many that are endangered), making it an important hub for wildlife conservation and research. It is time to get your child all excited about wildlife conservation and sustainability.
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