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End The March School Holidays With A Bang With These Fun Activities

There’s no reason to be bummed as the holiday break winds down—in fact, it’s much better to enjoy your time off while you still can! And Singapore is a fantastic place to explore with its endless array of recreational activities that range from stunning natural attractions to massive amusement parks. Here, we share 10 of our favorite things to do in Singapore, whether you’re taking the kids out for fun and games or hanging out with friends before the next term begins. Make sure you end the holidays on a high note!



1. Embark On A Summer Adventure At Ola Beach Club

Ola Beach Club Singapore
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Head to Sentosa for good old summer fun at the sun-soaked Ola Beach Club. It’s one of the best places in Singapore to enjoy the island with the Hawaiian-inspired theme, water sports, and the idyllic beachfront location. Hop on a single- or double-person kayak to explore the waters surrounding the beach club or get a fun beachy workout on a paddleboard.

Book a kayak or paddleboard experience at the Ola Beach Club.



2. Go On An Island Hopping Tour

Singapore Island Hopping
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Sail away from the daily grind in an island-hopping cruise on a ferry. A wonderful activity for adventure seekers, the ferry tour will whisk you away to Singapore’s Southern Islands. Marvel at the mangroves and exotic wildlife of St. John’s Island, then cross the causeway to relax on Lazarus Island’s pristine shores. At Kusu Island, discover Malay shrines, Chinese temples, and even a tortoise sanctuary.

Get an open date ferry ticket to the Southern Islands via KKday.



3. Sampan Boat Ride At Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands Boat Ride
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Prefer to stay closer to the shore? If you and your family or friends aren’t too keen on sea exploration, hop on a traditional Chinese sampan boat at Marina Bay Sands instead. Drift along the Canal of the Shoppes for a relaxing city cruise that provides a unique sightseeing experience in Singapore for tourists and locals alike. Admire the eco-friendly Rain Oculus, a 22-meter giant bowl that gathers the rainwater filling the canal.

Go on a sampan boat ride at Marina Bay Sands for a serene city experience.



4. Delight In Tea Time In The Courtyard At A 5-Star Hotel

The Courtyard Fullerton Hotel Singapore
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Set aside a few hours and bid the holiday break goodbye with afternoon tea in a refined setting. The sunlit Courtyard at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore is one of the best places for a leisurely afternoon of tea and delicious bite-sized pastries. Surrounded by luxurious interiors, it’s easy to get lost in this English-style experience in Singapore.

Enjoy a special package of afternoon tea in The Courtyard at The Fullerton Hotel.



5. Play All Day At Amazonia Fun Centre

Singapore Amazonia
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If you’re a parent looking for a fun-filled activity in Singapore, a good place to visit is Amazonia Fun Centre. It’s one of the longest-running indoor play centers in the island nation. From toddler-safe play areas to the giant indoor play gym with the tallest wave slide in Singapore, every youngster will find something to do in Amazonia.

Book an Amazonia Fun Centre ticket here.



6. Interact With Friendly Mascots At Pororo Park Singapore

Pororo Park Singapore
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Another kiddie paradise on the island is Pororo Park Singapore where Pororo the Little Penguin and his friends are waiting! Children and adults alike can enjoy interacting with the live mascots while exploring the indoor playground, whether they prefer jumping into the Shark Ball Pool or climbing over the slides at Poby’s Play Gym.

Get your Pororo Park Singapore tickets here.



7. Indulge In Endless Playtime With The Family At Kiztopia

Kiztopia Ninja School
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Spanning 18,000 square feet (1,672 square meter) with 18 different play areas, Kiztopia is a great place to visit, especially for families with children ages 12 and below. Guests can spend hours without running out of things to do, from the ball pits and slides to the cooking station and trains.

Enjoy a special price on Kiztopia Singapore tickets via KKday.



8. Attend A Workshop

Singapore Plant Workshop
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Get the learning curve started ahead of classes by attending a workshop or two that will allow you to unleash your creativity. There are plenty of learning opportunities to choose from in Singapore, whether you want to make lush plant artwork or handcrafting leather souvenirs. Bring a few friends and get inspired to learn a new skill together!



9. Look Over Singapore’s Stunning Skyline At The Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands Viewing Deck
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If you’d rather spend the rest of the holiday break in complete relaxation, one of the laidback activities you can indulge in is visiting the Skypark Observation Deck at Marina Bay Sands. Marvel at the dazzling cityscape and enjoy amazing views of Singapore’s most popular attractions. Tip: the best time to go up the deck is during sunsets, when the views are extra stunning.

Skip the lines by booking a ticket to the observation deck via KKday.



10. Enjoy A Mouthwatering Meal From The Sky

Singapore Cable Car Sky Dining
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Finally, savor a unique meal together up in the sky. One of the popular attractions in Singapore is the cable car at Mount Faber, which offers amazing views of the city from the sky. The cable car sky dining experience takes the experience another step further by serving a delectable meal as you drift through the skies.

Book your cable car sky dining experience now.



Make the most of the holiday break with these 10 fun activities! Whether you’re a parent hunting down new entertainment options for your child or a student looking for adventure with friends, there’s something for everyone in Singapore.

Visit KKday for more holiday inspiration and travel ideas. Happy travels!



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