KidZania Singapore will officially open its doors on 12 April 2016! Located at Palawan Kidz City and linked to the Beach Station on Sentosa Island, the 7,600 m2 park will have a variety of role-play activities for kids to try their hand at different occupations.
We are looking forward to KidZania Singapore because Anya had such an amazing time at KidZania in Bangkok. In fact, we were there from the time they opened right up to closing time! So tiring for the adults but Anya was over the moon. She did so many jobs while we were there – green tea factory worker, doctor, firefighter, fast food server, petrol pump attendant, convenience store cashier, pilot, postal worker, car designer, construction worker, milk factory worker, and sushi chef!
Tickets for KidZania can be booked online and that will save you some precious time (and a bit of money). To find out more on how to maximise your visit, check out the KidZania guide or head on over to Life’s Tiny Miracles to read their comprehensive post on KidZania.
Palawan Kidz City, Sentosa
31 Beach View #01-01/02
10 am to 5 pm – Sun to Thu
10 am to 8 pm – Fri, Sat, eve of Public Hols, Public Hols, School Hols
$25 – Toddler (2-3 years old)
$58 – Kid (4-17 years old)
$35 – Adult (18-59 years old)
$25 – Senior ( 60 years old and above)
There are a few long weekends and some other public holidays coming up! I find short overseas trips terribly tiring though and always feel like I need a holiday after my holiday. I’d much rather hop over to Sentosa for a fun day of activities or for a staycation. There’s so much to do there these days!
During the June holidays, we visited Sentosa with the Play 3 FUN Pass that gave us the option of choosing 3 out of 20 exciting attractions. At S$44 for adults and S$39 for kids, it’s a real steal, especially if you pick S.E.A. Aquarium as one of your choices because a ticket for a Singapore resident adult is usually S$28. We decided to visit S.E.A. Aquarium, Skyline Luge and Gogreen Segway. That’s a total value of more than S$70!
We bought tickets separately for our session at Wavehouse and for the Wings of Time performance but they are both options that you can choose under the Play 3 FUN Pass. The kids had such a wonderful time that day and we were on Sentosa for more than 10 hours. I thought they would be too exhausted by the time we sat down for the Wings of Time performance, but they really enjoyed the laser show, water display, and the fireworks and it was a brilliant way to end our day of fun on Sentosa.
ready for a day of fun
first stop: Wavehouse
the husband did pretty well
Anya had fun too
cooling down with coconut ice-cream
looking forward to her first solo Luge ride
next stop: S.E.A. Aquarium
we spotted some dolphins
poking a starfish
her first time on a Segway
getting the hang of it
Wings of Time
For more ideas on what to do in Sentosa, check out our posts on Port of Lost Wonder, Adventure Cove, Trick Eye Museum, Rasa Sentosa, and Movenpick Heritage Hotel!