In continuation of my recent ‘Got Haze Go Where‘ series (yes, the name was inspired by Cheekiemonkie’s book as a friendly joke), this week, let us visit 10 indoor attractions in Singapore that are great for all weather – hazy weather included!
1) Singapore Changi Airport
I think most of us in Singapore wish we could go to Singapore Changi Airport – to take a flight to somewhere with clean, fresh air. But if you are landing in Singapore Changi Airport right now, why not spend a bit more time there? There are tons of kids-friendly activities at Singapore Changi Airport, from the giant slide at T3 to a Mr Bean themed indoor playground.
2) Singapore Science Centre+ KidsStop + Snow City + Observatory
Under the same roof, you can spend an entire day from morning to night visiting Singapore Science Centre and its neighbour kids-friendly attractions. Children can learn through play at the exciting and interactive KidsStop Singapore, roll in snow at Snow City or gaze up at the planets at Singapore Science Centre Observatory.
- Singapore Science Centre with Kids (Hello Mrs Tan)
- KidsStop Singapore (Bumble Bee Mum)
- Snow City (MadPsychMum)
- Singapore Science Centre Observatory (Bumble Bee Mum)
3) Trick Eye Museum
So we may not be able to fly overseas and sky dive through clear blue skys. But we can pretend to do so at Resorts World Sentosa‘s Trick Eye Museum!
Related Post: Trick Eye Museum Turns One (Prayerfull Mum)
4) Alive Museum
Another trick eye museum in Singapore is Alive Museum, located at Suntec City. Again, plenty of hilarious photo opportunities await you here!
5) Madame Tussauds Singapore
Still can’t get enough of taking wacky photos? Then hop on over to Madame Tussauds Singapore where you can snap photos with celebrities from around the world! Their waxed versions I mean.
- Getting Waxed at Madame Tussauds Singapore (Cheekiemonkie)
- Madame Tussauds Singapore Review (Bumble Bee Mum)
6) Art Science Museum
The modern and futuristic ArtScience museum runs time-limited exhibitions that weave together art, science, design, media, architecture and technology. Many of their past exhibitions have been known to be extremely fun and engaging for children. So why not check out what’s on today? Don’t forget Family Fridays where up to four children under 12 years old enter for free with every adult ticket purchased.
Related Posts of past exhibits:
- Dreamworks Animation: The Exhibition (Life’s Tiny Miracles)
- Da Vinci: Shaping The Future (Mummy Ed)
- Dinosaurs: Dawn to Extinction (Life’s Tiny Miracles)
7) Singapore Pinacotheque de Paris
[warning]Please note that Singapore Pinacotheque de Paris is permanently closed.[/warning]
At Singapore Pinacotheque de Paris, children can not only view contemporary art pieces, they can create their own masterpieces at the one-of-a-kind in house Art Academy. Or have a seat at the specially set up kids corner within the boutique to complete simple craft activities.
Official Websites: Homepage | Facebook Page | Instagram @sgpinacotheque
8) Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
Dinosaurs dinosaurs. The fascination with them is never-ending. And kids will absolutely LOVE the dinosaur fossils at Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum which opened earlier this year! And there is SO MUCH MORE than dinosaurs at LKCNHM.
Related Post: Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum (Bumble Bee Mum)
9) S.E.A. Aquarium
If it’s living moving animals that you wish to see, why not head to one of the two aquariums in Singapore – both located at Sentosa? S.E.A Aquarium is a great escapes on rainy or hazy days! I can spend all day at these places just sitting back, enjoying the air-con and watching the sharks and rays swim by.
Related Posts: S.E.A. Aquarium (Bumble Bee Mum)
10) Gardens by the Bay
Taking a stroll in the park may not be the healthiest thing to do in the haze season, but thankfully, we have Gardens by the Bay. With enclosed air-conditioned Flower Dome and Cloud Forest, we can imagine ourselves being in the great outdoors – minus the haze!
Related Posts of past exhibits at Flower Dome:
- Celebration of Chrysanthemums (A Million Little Echoes)
- Flowery Fun Times with Nursery Rhymes (Prayerfull Mum)
- Tulipmania (Amazingly Still)
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More from ‘Got Haze Go Where’
A big thank you to the following bloggers for contributing to this article!
- Amazingly Still
- Mummy Ed
- Life’s Tiny Miracles
- Hello Mrs Tan
- Prayerfull Mum
- A Million Little Echoes
- Growing Hearts 123
Family Fun Friday Linky!
Hope you enjoyed this week’s Family Fun Friday sharing! Check out the blog posts in the Family Fun Friday linky below for more great activities for the family, or add your post if you have a FUN family activity to share!