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Singapore Lantern Festival and Dazzling Paper Lanterns

Mid-Autumn festival is one of the festivals that I came across in Singapore. However other than mooncakes, I didn’t know much about festive celebrations until the recent participation for the lantern festival. With my preschooler, now I get all sorts of opportunities to learn bit about the culture in this country because his school allows us so many opportunities to participate with such events. While these are great opportunities for the kid to learn about other culture, I also find it as a way to join with the community.

Working full time and most of the time stay late at the office to complete my work load, earlier I didn’t have such opportunities to look around. But now as a self-employed person, I find it is relaxing and it is easy to plan my schedules while spending more time with the kid. This lantern festival was held in a park near our place, so we could enjoy our time walking there at the night.

Here are some highlights from the lantern festival!

We found our Zebra paper lantern at the first set of lanterns! Kid was so happy to see his lantern among others..

Do you remember the Zebra lantern which we decorated at home for the preschool? That paper lantern decoration was for the Mid-Autumn Festival (Lantern Festival) in our neighbourhood.

Singapore Lantern Festival

Other paper lanterns decorated by preschool kids.

The lantern festival was glowing with the beautiful paper lanterns decorated by preschool kids around the neighbourhood. It was a colourful night that dazzled by lanterns.

Singapore Lantern Festival

It was a good collection of paper lanterns which proved the crafting talents of these little kids.Some were decorated with stickers.Some were decorated with paintings.All were equally beautiful and colourful.

Singapore Lantern Festival

Red lanterns

Other than the paper lanterns decorated by the kids,there were also other red lanterns to make the festival colourful and cheerful.Though I don’t have photos to share,the event was full of  other games that allowed both kids and adults to participate.

Singapore Lantern Festival

Lion Dance costumes

Not only the games,we also found cultural shows such as Lion Dance during the festival time.It was such a good night that we spent together around our neighbourhood!

Do you like such festivals that celebrates as a part of culture?

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Preschool Field Trip to the Singapore Zoo

Kids easily learn through activities and observation. This is why field trips and outdoor explorations are important specially for early learners. At home we always encourage our kid to experience active learning as we know the benefits of such.My kid was lucky to join with his Preschool Field trip to the Singapore Zoo and it was a fantastic opportunity for him as an early learner!

Preschool Field trip to the Singapore Zoo

My little explorer is learning to read the map!

Last week we had a fun day at the Singapore zoo. That was my kid’s first ever school field trip. His preschool teachers organized a field trip to the Singapore zoo. This is why we like the new preschool.Now our kid’s preschool days are full of different activities and experiences which also improves his social skills.

My kid has visited the Singapore zoo 3 times during the last year as family trips. However a preschool field trip is a great way to spend his day with teachers and friends.So we decided to join our kid to visit the zoo again. And of course, I visited the zoo again for the 5th or 6th time! 🙂

Preschool Field trip to the Singapore Zoo

Little explorers are walking to see the animals in the Singapore zoo!

However, Singapore zoo is always an exciting place to visit. It looks natural and attractive. With preschool kids, I really had a great time.

For my kid, it was an exciting day. He packed his bag with field trip essentials including snacks, hat and raincoat before he went to the bed. On the day of the field trip, he woke up early and was really excited. The bus ride with his preschool friends was an unforgettable experience for him. 🙂

Preschool Field trip to the Singapore Zoo

My kid is watching dinosaurs with his friend

Preschool Field trip to the Singapore Zoo

Exploring the dinosaur statue

Other than watching the animals around the zoo, teachers planned to watch some animal shows during the field trip. It was exciting for the kids. But after the first animal show, my kid showed signs of tiredness. Light snacks were always helpful for me to keep him active. 🙂

Preschool Field trip to the Singapore Zoo

These animal themed trams are fun to see!

A tram ride around the zoo was exciting. He could watch his most favourite animal, the Lion!He also loved to see elephants!

Preschool Field trip to the Singapore Zoo

We also watched the Elephant show at the Singapore Zoo!

Preschool Field trip to the Singapore Zoo

Preschool Field trip to the Singapore Zoo

Curious to see the exhibits!

Other than watching animals and their behavior, kids also learned to share and to spend the time together. At the end of the day, kids looked tired but still talkative and playful!

Do you like such field trips?

 

Our Relaxing Sri Lanka Holiday – June 2017

I am back after one month long holiday! It was a really relaxing holiday after our Sri Lanka holiday in 2016 October. however we were affected by the recent flood disaster in Sri Lanka too. We planned this holiday during the school holiday month, so we could enjoy a month long relaxing time among the friends and relatives. My kid was the happiest among all.

We reached Sri Lanka on May 27th, however due to heavy floods we couldn’t visit many places during the first two weeks until my husband’s leaves are over. 🙂  He returned Singapore in 2 weeks and we spent the rest of days visiting some places.

Relaxing Sri Lanka Holiday

Picking Rambutan direct from trees was an exciting experience for Sanu!

As always I use our time in Sri Lanka to give more different experiences for our son. It is time for him to play as he wishes. I also packed some of his favourite toys, colouring books and some busy bags too. Colouring books are always helpful to keep him busy in airports and in first few days till he adjusts to the new places.

It was the Rambutan (a tropical fruit) season in Sri Lanka.It was nice that we could enjoy delicious Rambutan and Sanu got the opportunity to pluck directly from the Rambutan trees.He also enjoyed his time running over paddy fields which I believe as treasurable moments for him.

Relaxing Sri Lanka Holiday

Sanu had opportunity to spend time running over paddy fields!

This time, I spent more time relaxing and without working online. I had to plan the future as I am in a struggle between taking decision on doing a full time job or working from home. Though I like working from home, it doesn’t allow me enough time to concentrate on my work. On the other way, a full time job will come with more stressful moments although it is with fixed monthly income for me. Finally, I decided to try another few months working from home on engineer related jobs in more organized way! That’s the best outcome of this relaxing holiday in Sri Lanka!

We spent time on Buddhist pilgrimages

Other than relaxing, I could plan few pilgrimages to Buddhist places with parents. We really enjoyed our days.

The blog will be updated with exciting products, giveaways and tips/advices posts. Stay in touch! How was your days?

Road Trip Survival Guide: Kid-Friendly Tips

A road trip with toddlers sound like a nightmare, since children require constant entertainment and attention. Not only do you have to think about packing the entire family for the trip, but you also shouldn’t forget to bring every possible source of entertainment to keep your children occupied during the ride. Sitting in a car for a long time will eventually make them fussy, and crying is inevitable at some point. Therefore, it’s good to know how to keep your kids busy during the trip.

Pack on Games

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These days we pack colouring books and activity books to keep our kid occupied.

Drawing boards, magnetic storyboards and sticker books can serve as a very useful distraction for your kids during the trip. If you play some music that they love, you’ll keep them occupied for hours. What’s more, bear in mind that you can bring any toy they love playing with, but make sure it doesn’t make a gooey mess, or has a billion little pieces. Also, since your children must be buckled up in their seats at all times, any toy that ends up on the floor will cause crying, and you’ll have to stop the car and give the toy back to them.

Make Frequent Pit Stops

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Our kid was very happy when we stopped at an eating place where there are animals to see during a Sri Lanka road trip.

Travelling with a toddler is nothing like travelling on your own. You’ll have to organize your trip to suit your kids, and make more frequent stops than you used to. Therefore, prepare yourself for multiple 30-minute breaks that will allow you to feed the children, stretch a bit and change diapers as well. This will mean that you won’t get to your destination as fast as you thought you would, but at least the trip will be more comfortable. The less pit stops you make the bigger the chances are that your children will become restless. It would be a good idea to make a stop at the place that has an outdoor playground or an indoor playroom, so that your kids can run around a bit. This will make them tired, so they’ll take a nap during the ride. Therefore, don’t forget to bring some of the necessary Go Travel accessories. The sleeper pillow or carry cushion will make your and your toddler’s travelling naps much more comfortable.

Keep them Company

Sometimes no toy in the world will be enough to keep your little ones down, so you’ll have to be the one who entertains them. Sit on the back seat with your kids and play games, until they calm down. They may want you to colour with them, draw them something, or maybe even tell them a story. If nothing of that works out, try reading to them or maybe describe the scenery and talk to them about the place where you’re going.

Bring Various Gadgets

Tablets, portable DVD players and music players are the travel essentials, so be sure to bring them as well. Keep the devices fully charged and bring as many cartoons, audiobooks and music as possible. Popular TV shows and kid-friendly movies are also a great way to entertain your kids, so be sure to bring them along in case they’re not in the mood for cartoons. Play them an audiobook with fairy tales, or singing games, and all the fussing will be over shortly.

Snacks

Chances are, the minute you start driving, your kid will start whining that they are hungry. They won’t be actually hungry, but they’ll only need something to keep them distracted, and snacks are the perfect option. Dried and fresh fruit, raisins, granola bars, carrots, bagels, pretzels and rice cakes are perfect for road trips.

Final Thoughts

Going on a road trip with children doesn’t have to be exhausting. All you have to do is keep them entertained and you’re in for a long and calm drive. Just bring plenty of games, make regular stops, give them some snacks and they’ll enjoy the ride as much as you will.

 

Entertainment at Toddler Town,Phnom Penh,Cambodia

Yes, the name Toddler Town suggests what it is. Toddler Town is one of the kids friendly attractions in Kids City Asia, Phnom Penh which we visited during our last month holiday. Our Cambodia trip was really good and exciting together with kids friendly entertainment activities we participated in our visit to Kids City Asia.

If you follow this blog you know that we love to visit indoor playgrounds with our kid.He simply loves being active among the colourful play area.However,after our visits to the Pororo Park and My Little Giant in Singapore,we couldn’t visit any indoor playgrounds simply because we spent few months in a Sri Lanka holiday.

 Toddler Town,Phnom Penh,Cambodia

At the Toddler Town,Phnom Penh,Cambodia

However,when we plan our Cambodia holiday,we wanted to add some kids friendly attractions in order to keep our kid happy.If you look for kids friendly activities in Phnom Penh, Cambodia,I am sure this place is the must go in your visit!

Toddler Town is specifically for the kids who are under 4 years old in age. With colourful play equipment and fun fill activities, it is a paradise for toddlers to spend time without getting bored. Our kid was really happy to spend time among the slides, ball pool and other activities forgetting the entire world.

Toddler Town,Phnom Penh,Cambodia

Ball Pool is really exciting!

One side of Toddler town is with play area suitable for small babies or young toddlers while other side is suitable for those who are more active and older in age.

Toddler Town,Phnom Penh,Cambodia

Many activities till get tired!

Toddler Town,Phnom Penh,Cambodia

Adventures too!

Toddler Town,Phnom Penh,Cambodia

My 3 year old even enjoyed his time with pretend playing activities inside the playhouse and with the ship.

Toddler Town,Phnom Penh,Cambodia

In this area,kids can spend time with pretend playing activities.This area is also suitable for young toddlers and babies.

If you visit Cambodia, Phnom Penh, don’t forget to add Kids City Asia as a kids friendly attraction. We found our visit to this place as a wise decision because our kid was with memories of Toddler Town for the entire trip and he was excited.

Toddler Town,Phnom Penh,Cambodia

This ship made our kid super excited!

Kids City Asia is not only for toddlers.Theer are many other attractions and activities such as kids playground,Science Gallery,Laser Tag,Bumper Cars,Clip N’ Climb and Go Karts which are suitable for entire family to enjoy.

For more details: Check www.kidscityasia.com

Also check my detailed blog post in my travel blog: http://leisureandme.com/phnom-penh-kids-city-asia-entertainment-for-kids/

Disclosure: We received complimentary tickets for Kids City Asia.All opinions are our own.

Our Holiday in Sri Lanka

We spent a long holiday in Sri Lanka. If you’ve noticed I didn’t update the blog with our travel stories after this post about My Little Giant indoor playpark. We visited Sri Lanka for holidays at the end of October and spent there till the mid of December. It was a great holiday for my kid to spend his time with the grandparents and other relatives.

View of a train over the paddy fields.My kid had different experiences in Sri Lanka

Other than his time with grandparents, we also visited some attractions in Sri Lanka which are specially good for kids. Sanu, our kid saw the elephants in Pinnawala Elephant orphanage. This is his first time to see the elephants in real as we miss the opportunity in our first Singapore zoo visit.

Next to the Pinnawala Elephant orphanage, there is also a zoo which is newly built.(Or still under construction).Although there are no many animals to see, this zoo is good enough for a little kid to spend the day.

At the Pinnawala Zoo,Sanu was happy to see this life-cycle of a crocodile.As we read about the frog life-cycle at home,he wanted to show us that he knows the concept 🙂

 

With the Pangolin at the Pinnawala Zoo,Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Holiday

At the Pinnawala Zoo (I will update my travel blog leisureandme.com with our travel stories of these places)

Other than such attractions, Sanu spent his time playing with his cousin sister Imalsha and it was the happiest time for him.

Night time experiences such as watching fireflies, bats and hearing the sounds of howling dogs are new experiences for him which we don’t experience in Singapore. He also experienced his time running around the home gardens.

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Monkeys are a common sight in Sri Lanka,they come to eat fruits and really annoying.However,these monkey attacks were enjoyable for my kid to see 🙂 (Its a monkey on our roof)

Sanu also had his first haircut in a Barber Salon Sri Lanka.Until that,I used to cut his hair.It was not an enjoyable moment for him.Anyway,below is a photo of him after the hair cut.We visited to meet some friends with his new hair cut 🙂

Anyway, we are back to Singapore and I am still trying to come to my daily routine. I really miss my time which I spend reading other fellow blogs. With new school term, we are busy with sending Sanu to Preschool, but I am glad still I could find some time to write a blog post.

My little explorer with his favourite bag from itsmybag.com at the Changi Airport.

How about you? How did you spend last year school holidays? Please share your thoughts.

For the detailed travel stories of each places we visited,please stay updated with my travel blog leisureandme.com

My Little Giant – Singapore Indoor Playpark with Kids Entertainment Centre

Did you hear it right? There is a new indoor playground in Singapore! My Little Giant is the newly opened indoor playground for kids which has some unique features. It is not just another indoor playground in Singapore which has typical play equipment. Instead, My Little Giant includes a kids Entertainment area as well. This side of gaming area will give you a carnival feel while playing games or experiencing rides on different play equipment including a train ride.

Doesn’t this sound interesting? Sometimes, indoor playgrounds can be boring for parents. I’ve seen most parents spend their time on mobile phones while kids are playing. But, the gaming area of My Little Giant is really an exciting area for both adults and kids to have fun together! And it is located in the popular shopping mall, Big Box which is easy to reach!

Early this month we spent an afternoon at the Pororo Park and had a great fun.After that, My Little Giant is entirely different experience which includes carnival experience while spending time at the indoor playpark.We spent an afternoon there and had really exciting time in both gaming area and inside the playground.

Here are some of the moments from our experience.

Kids Entertainment Centre  (Gaming and Entertainment area of My Little Giant)

This area will sure give you the feeling of carnival. Among the train rides, carousel and other kiddy rides, who can forget the carnival experience! My kid really loved the train ride. Not only him, I enjoyed the train ride too.

There are lot of games which you can play and enjoy during the time you spend in My Little Giant

There are lot of games which you can play and enjoy during the time you spend in My Little Giant

Some more games!

Some more games!

The games and entertainment area is full of activities which are also suitable for toddlers and young kids too.

The games and entertainment area is full of activities which are also suitable for toddlers and young kids too.

Having a rest after playing and running around the arcade area! :)

Having a rest after playing and running around the entertainment  area! 🙂

 

My favourite activity is this train ride! :)

My favourite activity is this train ride! 🙂 Isn’t this too cute?

A rocket and cars around!Perfect for kids to enjoy!

A rocket and cars around!Perfect for kids to enjoy!

 

Gaming time!

Other than the train rides, carousel and kid friendly rides, this area is full of different entertainment activities which both kids and adults can enjoy. There are different games which you can enjoy with kids forgetting all the stress of a hard working day!

Indoor play area of My Little Giant

Before you enter into the indoor playground area, you need to remove shoes. The facilities are there to keep the shoes.

At the entrance, the staff will do the usual procedure for any indoor playground such as measuring temperature and sanitizing the hands. They also gave us a tag to wear on hand which allow us re-entry within the day! Isn’t this a good idea?

Ball pit is really interesting and I really love the colour combination of balls. Blue and white balls give eye pleasing look and we had so much fun there.

There are activities for toddlers too

There are activities for toddlers too

For toddlers there is a play area inside My Little Giant. With play items that are suitable for young kids, the play area is really spacious!

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Toddler play area is spacious and with different activities

My Little Giant -Big Box

Running,hiding,climbing…Many activities for kids..

We can’t forget the trampoline in the level 1 of the playground. My kid had lot of fun with jumping till he was tired reminding the song ‘Five little monkeys jumping on the bed’! 🙂

One Little Monkey...Jumping on the bed! :)

One Little Monkey…Jumping on the bed! 🙂

The big slide!

The big slide!

Level 2 of the playground is with the access to the giant slide and other play items. It is with lot of climbing, bending, jumping and sliding which are suitable for grown up kids to be active and shed some sweat!

Our thoughts about My Little Giant Indoor Playground @Big Box

My Little Giant -Big Box

The newly opened playground is really full of exciting activities. The staff is friendly and ready to assist. They concern the safety and hygiene first. With new and clean play area, anyone will have so much fun while spending quality family time. And don’t forget the fact, it is unlimited play! With the tag on your hand, you can also re-enter within the day!

My Little Giant -Big Box

At the entrance we received a tag which allow us to re-enter to the play area within the day.Isn’t this sounds so good?

Location of My Little Giant indoor playground

My Little Giant is located at the Big Box.

Location: BigBox, 1 Venture Avenue, Singapore 608521

Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm daily

For Ticket Price & More details,please check here.

 

**Disclaimer – We received free entry for the playpark.However all opinions are mine.

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Pororo Park Singapore : Playland for Kids with Edutainment Activities

Last week we had so much fun at the Pororo Park Singapore. It was a great opportunity for my kid as he is also in love with the Pororo, the Little Penguin. Those who follow my blog stories know Sanu loves Peppa so much. But after our visit to Kids World Fair, he found a new cartoon character and that is the beginning of his love to Pororo!

Pororo Park- Singapore

Pororo Park- Singapore

Anyway Pororo the Little Penguin is an award winning Korean animation series. Pororo Park Singapore is a play and educational indoor playground which stretches over 11,000sqft area.If you look for fun things to do in Singapore or kids indoor playgrounds in Singapore,dont forget to visit this Pororo themed Park for kids!Here is why!

Why Pororo Park Singapore is special?

If you think Pororo Park is just another indoor playground with themed Pororo characters, no it is not! Instead of just another indoor playground, Pororo Park is a place for edutainment. It is designed to entertain and educate children while enhancing social skills allowing them to play in group play environment.

Here is a photo walk of our experience there. Sanu enjoyed his time at the Pororo Park and was busy with different activities. Really great experience just before his 3rd Birthday!

Meet & Greet with Pororo & Friends

Pororo Park- Singapore

It is so much fun to talk with Pororo & Friends.They are too cute!

Well, when we just entered into the Pororo Park, Sanu found this cute penguins and attracted them so much. He was a little butterfly, so I don’t have a good picture with him. Most are shaky or blurr pictures as he was too active!

Shark Ball Pool

Pororo Park- Singapore

We had so much fun at the Shark Ball Pool.More photos soon!

The next attraction we loved in Pororo Park is this Shark Ball Pool. Actually it is designed for throwing balls to the shark’s mouth. But, my kid including most others played with the balls forgetting the Shark. And me? Of course, I played with the balls too!

Pororo Express

Isn’t it so much fun if we get the chance to having a ride with most loving characters? Sanu got that chance of having a train ride with Pororo and friends!

Pororo Park- Singapore

A train ride with Pororo & Friends is the most exciting activity for me.This is my 2nd round! 🙂

Not only Sanu, any kid can enjoy fun rides on this motored Pororo & friends train. And there are endless photo opportunities too!

At first I thought Sanu will get scared to ride alone without me as this is his first time to such ride without me. But, for my surprise he was not! Even he had a second ride alone just before we left the park at the evening.

Below are photos from other fun areas.

Pororo’s House

Kids will amaze just by the view of the Pororo’s house. It is similar to the Pororo’s house of the cartoon series and a perfect idea for pretend playing. Kids can enjoy their time at the Pororo’s house as they love.

My kid was really surprised to similar arrangement inside the Pororo’s house and had fun time running here and there.

Pororo Park- Singapore

Wow!This Pororo House is same as the Pororo’s house in the Pororo & Friends cartoon!

Pororo Park- Singapore

Looking out from the Pororo’s window!

Eddy’s Playroom

Eddy’s playroom is with fun and interactive activities for little ones. There are monthly activities such as ‘Pororo Times’, ’I am a Fashion Designer’ & ‘Cooking for Moms’. Best part is that, these activities are changed monthly giving the visitors the opportunity to enjoy something new each month.

There are also exclusive members classes such as ‘kids yoga’, ’Mom & Toddler Yoga’ and ‘Let’s learn about the weather’ which are helpful for kids to learn different experiences through activities.

Pororo Park Singapore

Lot of activities to do with Magnetic play items

Pororo Park Singapore

And building blocks!

Pororo Park Singapore

Wooden toys to play and think!

Toddler play area

In Pororo Park there are areas that are designated for toddlers and even for infants. With activities to enhance skills such as fine motor skills, hand eye coordination and imagination, these designated areas are with colourful toys and activities.

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Play area with pretend play activities

Pororo Park Singapore

Play Gym

The Play gym is full of activities. From climbing to running, sliding and hiding, Play Gym is one of the most attractive areas inside the Pororo Park.

Pororo Park Singapore

Petty’s Super market

My kid loves this area. He pretended like he was in a super market. This super market is great for pretend play which enhances the imagination and creative skills of kids.

Pororo Park Singapore

It is so good that I could go for shopping

Pororo Park Singapore

Now,it is time to pay for the vegetables I selected.

Tong Tong’s Little Theater

One of the favourite places of my son is this little theatre. However we missed watching a musical show there.

If you visit Pororo Park, don’t forget to check the schedule and daily programs, so you can enjoy a musical with your kids and Pororo.

Pororo Park

We missed the Musical show.But my kid had lot of fun with the recorded music and lights inside the theater!

Other than these daily musical shows, there are monthly special performances too happening there which includes magician, puppets and juggling shows which can entertain your kids. Activities such as ‘Be a Kpop Star’ are exclusive members-only activities which are also changed monthly.

Loopy’s Café

Inside the Pororo Park, there is also a café which you can buy food & drinks to indulge yourself. Parents can enjoy time there till the kids are in activities.

Rody’s Toy Store

Pororo Park- Singapore

Lot of toys!Which one to select? 🙂

Rody’s toy store is located outside the Pororo Park just before the entrance. There are many Pororo Toys and Pororo souvenirs are sold in this toy shop. A great place to buy Pororo inspired items for kids!

Overall, Pororo Park is not just another indoor playground. It is full of activities which are really helpful for enhancing kids activities and skills together with fun play. With lot of different activities for each age group, having a visit to the Pororo Park is worth for the price paid!

 

Birthdays Parties with Pororo & Friends

If you want to throw a Pororo & Friends themed birthday party, then is there any other venue in Singapore than the Pororo Park? With activities for kids, a birthday party in Pororo Park will sure make your kid and other kids excited!

For more details check here.

Membership for Pororo Park

Other than buying tickets for daily entrance, you can get the membership at the Pororo Park for a reasonable rate. This is not only a great way to enjoy savings; you can enjoy the member only privileges including monthly programs and more play time.

How to get there

Pororo Park is located at Marina Square which is a popular shopping destination in Singapore.

Location:

6 Raffles Boulevard.

Marina Square #02-29

Opening Hours:

Sunday – Thursday: 10:30am to 8:00pm

Friday & Saurday: 10:30am to 9:00pm

More details,Visit : www.pororoparksg.com

Current events at Pororo Park:

Below are the upcoming events at the Pororo Park Singapore which you can bring your kids for fun play and edutainment programs.

Halloween Party will be on October 29th to 31st, Read more details about Halloween Party with Pororo and Friends at the website :www.pororoparksg.com

Halloween at Pororo Park Singapore

Halloween Decorations at Pororo Park Singapore

Kids Diwali Bollywood party will be happening on 22nd October. Save the date to enjoy this cultural performance and activities.

Other than these  Christmas and New Year activities will be there at the Pororo Park.

Also don’t forget to join with the 1st year anniversary programs which will be happening soon!

There are lots of ways to enjoy your time with Pororo & Friends! We enjoyed our time there and hope you will too!

 

We had really great time there at the Pororo Park Singapore.Have you been there?Do you like to take kids to indoor playgrounds?Please share your thoughts below.

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Loads of Fun at Kids World Fair 2016

Few weeks ago we attended the event Kids World Fair 2016 at the Suntec City Mall. It was a fun and educative event which we could find new products and services for kids while having fun time. Here are some of our moments there.

The event was full of learning adventures for kids.

There were trial classes,products and stage performances for kids.

Loads of Fun at Kids World Fair 2016

We can’t forget the mascots and the photo opportunities.

Loads of Fun at Kids World Fair 2016

Lot of free balloons for kids! And my son created his own game with the balloons he received. 🙂

Before his own game is continuing,I could catch him for another photo 🙂

Loads of Fun at Kids World Fair 2016

As always he loves to see animals! This time he found animals on the train in a booth there. 🙂

We had loads of fun in all the booths at Kids World Fair.Thank you Kidsworld.com.sg for the invite and lots of fun opportunities.We had great fun! And thanks for the Goodie bag for the kid too 🙂

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Family Fun at Alive Museum Singapore + Giveaway!

Alive Museum is simply amazing and you can’t come out without laughing and exciting feelings! Sure, you will get live and young after visiting the Alive Museum Singapore!

Located at Suntec City, Alive Museum is a place where fantasies come alive. We were lucky to visit this trick art museum during the last weekend and we had loads of fun and exciting moments there. I am sure you’d love to see some of our photos we captured inside the Alive Museum!

Alive Museum Singapore

Row Row Row your Boat!

Alive Museum Singapore

Am I photogenic? 🙂

Alive Museum Singapore

It is so hard to pull this uncle’s tooth! Can you help me? 🙂

Alive Museum Singapore

So hard to pull this tooth!

Before visiting the Alive Museum, I browsed some blog posts and articles about experiences of previous visitors and really excited with the photos I found.

Alive Museum Singapore

Oh Black cat!Please don’t catch my son!

Alive Museum Singapore

No matter what I am the Queen! 🙂

Now there are two new zones namely Live.Laugh.Love Zone and Young @Heart zone where you will really rejuvenate with amazing illustrations and photography experiences.

Young @ Heart Zone

Alive Museum Singapore

Awww..he can balance all these people at the circus!

We love this zone much as it is with beautiful and exciting illustrations. Some of the art works feature circus and adventures. Below are some of our captures and our son loved this zone and tried posing for pictures without our support. We are glad he volunteered for photo poses, otherwise you know, sometimes it is difficult to take good photos with toddlers and kids!

Ready for a ride!

Ready for a ride!

Before I die,I will relax and smile with you :)

Before I die,I will relax and smile with you 🙂

Live.Laugh.Love Zone

Alive Museum Singapore

Live.Laugh.Love Zone at Alive Museum is with full of lovely and romantic exhibits and illustrations which you will love! I really love the exhibits and illustrations there and we missed few photo opportunities as we didn’t have another person to get photos of us. There are opportunities to take lovely romantic couple pictures and you will sure love these photos for the entire life time! Anyway, we still managed to take some lovely captures at this zone of Alive Museum.

Alive Museum Singapore

Sanu rocks!

We love our latest Family Photo collection!

We love our latest Family Photo collection!

About Alive Museum – Singapore

Alive Museum is the biggest chain of Illusionary Entertainment Museum which is originated in Korea. Singapore Alive Museum is a part of this entertainment museum chain which provides opportunity for visitors to experience the excitement of 3D and 4D illustrations!

Tips before you visit Alive Museum – Singapore

As the name says, you will become live once you enter into the museum. So don’t forget to bring your family, loved ones or friends with you. As there are so many photo opportunities, it is always best to visit the museum as small groups which you can get the help of photographing different views.

There are photo points marked on the floor in order to take the best shot. Follow these spots and have fun with live expressions!

Actually, I couldn’t stop laughing with some illustrations. So, some of the photos are not that expressive! Try your skills to pose for natural looking photos and forget about selfies! Alive museum is not a place for selfies if you really want to get beautiful and tricky photographs.

Also, don’t forget to bring your camera with extra batteries. There are lots of photo opportunities.

How to get there?

By MRT

Take Circle line and alight at The Promenade Station .Take Exit C and walk into the East Atrium (between Towers 3 and 4).Alive Museum is located at level 3.

By car/Taxi

It is located at Suntec City mall which is a popular shopping mall in Singapore.

Location:

3 Temasek Boulevard, #03-372 Suntec City Mall Tower 4, Suntec City, 038983

Opening Hours:

Opens daily from 10am to 10pm (last admission at 9pm)

Note: Please check the Alive Museum website before you visit. The museum  may be closed for private events.

Promo code for Alive Museum discounted tickets

Currently there is a promotion going on. This would be a great promotion price for you to visit Alive Museum. Use this link and enjoy 40% off from your tickets.(for a limited period only)

Alive Museum Giveaway

Now this is the exciting news! One lucky reader of this blog can win a set of tickets for the family to visit Alive Museum!

You can win Alive Museum family package (tickets for 2 adults and 2 children) worth $90 by participating the below giveaway.

Try your luck!

T&C

  • 1 Lucky winner will be selected.
  • Once the Giveaway is over,I will share the winners here.I will also send email notification for the winner for required details.
  • If I don’t hear from you within 72 hours,a new winner  will be selected.
  • Open to Singapore residents only.
  • Giveaway will end on September 14th 12am.
  • Tickets are not exchangeable for cash.

 

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Disclosure: We received complimentary tickets for our family to visit the Alive Museum.

 

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