September holidays 2023: Things to do in Singapore to make the most of your school holidays


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The September holidays are almost here! Get ready to unleash your inner child with a visit to the pink-perfect Museum of Ice Cream or the SuperPark obstacle course. If animals are more your thing, you’ll love getting up close with the fish at Nippon Koi Farm or feeding the goats at Hay Dairies. With 10 exciting experiences to choose from, this September will be a fun-filled month for all ages.

01 • Museum of Ice Cream

Start your month of fun with a bang and celebrate everyone’s favourite frozen delight at the Museum of Ice Cream. Nestled in a historic colonial barracks in the quaint Dempsey district, this 60,000-square-foot pink wonderland is a sensory playground that’ll delight visitors of all ages. 

Dive right into the world’s largest sprinkle pool, or play in the massive pink bouncy castle and the Dragon Playground that’ll take you back to the good ol’ days. There are also countless Insta-worthy photo opportunities and an unlimited ice cream supply throughout your exploration.

Sweeten your adventure by getting 10% off your admission tickets until 30 September 2023. Learn more

📍 Address: 100 Loewen Road, Singapore 248837
Opening hours: Mon, 10am – 6pm | Wed, 10am – 6pm | Thurs to Sun, 10am – 9pm

02 • Singapore Discovery Centre

Immerse yourself in an adventure that combines entertainment and endless fun at the Singapore Discovery Centre.

Visit the “Through the Lens of Time” gallery that takes you on a captivating journey through key moments in Singapore’s remarkable history, showcasing the incredible contributions of our unsung heroes.

For film enthusiasts, the iWERKS Theatre – Singapore’s largest flat-screen theatre, features both 2D and 3D movies. Those who crave friendly competition can compete with loved ones to earn bragging rights at the Laser Tag arena. There’s also the Escape Room where you can solve challenging puzzles and race against time in a pulse-pounding experience.

Snag a free Discover and Drive package, and enjoy access to a free Adventure Lite membership, complimentary parking, and a guided tour. Learn more

📍 Address: 510 Upper Jurong Rd, Singapore 638365
📞 Phone: 6792 6188
Opening hours: Mon – Fri, 12pm – 7pm | Sat and Sun, 11am – 8pm

03 • SuperPark

(Photo: SuperPark)

SuperPark is an indoor adventure hub that features obstacles walls, trampolines, baseball and basketball arenas, an augmented climbing wall, designated freestyle halls for skateboarding, street soccer, and much more.

After an exciting day of fun, recharge at the park’s café or bar. If you’re looking to celebrate someone’s big day, book their party room and get some fun going.

What’s more, from the 1st to the 17th of September, in collaboration with Made For Families, SuperPark would be having the Super Games Spectacular where families can enjoy thrilling challenges, win epic prizes, and create unforgettable memories together!

Get 15% off your tickets this school holidays when you head down on a weekday. Learn more

📍 Address: #02-477, Suntec City (North Wing, 3 Temasek Blvd, Tower 1, Singapore 038983
📞 Phone: 6239 5360
Opening hours: Mon – Fri, 10.30am – 8pm | Sat and Sun, 9am – 9pm

04 • Pororo Park

(Photo: Pororo Park)

Who can resist Pororo, the lovable cartoon penguin? Imagine a place where Pororo and friends come to life, and your family’s adventure knows no bounds.

All aboard the Pororo Express Train for a colourful journey through Porong Porong Forest! At Poby’s Gym and Ball Pit, let your little ones build strength and coordination while revelling in joyful chaos. At Pororo’s House, your family can participate in imaginative play, where creativity thrives in the heart of the Pororo universe. There are also plenty of play areas within the park that’ll keep your little ones thoroughly engaged and entertained.

In addition, you can also throw birthday parties in the company of Pororo and friends!

Get 15% off your admission tickets when you book your slot on a weekday from 4.30pm onwards. Learn more

📍 Address: Raffles Blvd, Marina Square, Singapore 039594
📞 Phone: 6239 5360
Opening hours: 10.30am – 8pm daily

05 • Waka Waka Playground

Discover a world of excitement and imagination at Waka Waka Playground, where a safari-themed wonder awaits your little explorers. Spanning an impressive 12,000 square feet within Annex@Furama, this indoor playground promises endless fun and learning. 

Let your tiny adventurers bounce on giant inflatables and explore fun toys at the Toddler Play Area. The central Safari Play Area offers a good adrenaline rush, with the iconic Volcano and Rope challenges for kids to conquer. 

There’s also an adventure cove and The Lion’s Den, a halal cafe serving tasty lunch and dinner entrees.

Waka Waka also offers a range of party packages that’ll guarantee a whirlwind of fun. 

Redeem up to 13% off your Waka Waka admission tickets. Learn more

📍 Address: 407 Havelock Rd, #05-01, Singapore 169634
📞 Phone: Mon and Thurs to Sun, 10am – 6pm
Opening hours: 6738 7733

06 • FuramaKids

(Photo: Furama)

Planning a wallet-friendly and memorable family staycation? Furama RiverFront’s FuramaKids package offers families a tranquil escape from the rush of city life.

The award-winning hotel’s rooms are cosy and can comfortably accommodate up to 2 adults and 2 kids. There’s complimentary breakfast and a dinner buffet that allows kids under 12 years old to dine for free!

The package also gives you access to the Waka Waka playground for a jolly good time. Snag up your 8% off deal now. Learn more

📍 Address: 405 Havelock Rd, Singapore 169633
📞 Phone: 6333 8898

07 • Carrara Cafe

(Photo: Carrara Cafe)

Here’s an experience you can’t miss if you’re an ice cream connoisseur. At Carrara Cafe, you can savour delectable homemade ice cream, gelato, and sorbet. You can also make your own from scratch!

The workshop, conducted by award-winning chef Jackson Lee, caters to various occasions, from birthday and bridal parties to team bonding and date nights. 

Enjoy 10% off when you sign up for the workshop in a group of 3. Learn more

📍 Address: 2 Jalan Bukit Merah, #01-5148, Singapore 150002
📞 Phone: 6250 9952
Opening hours: Sun to Thu, 11.30am – 9.30pm | Fri and Sat, 11.30am – 10pm

08 • Hay Dairies

(Photo: Hay Dairies)

Hay Dairies, the only goat farm in Singapore, stands out as a unique gem within our bustling city-state. Established in 1988, it offers a fascinating peek into goat farming and dairy production. 

For those keen on an immersive experience, Hay Dairies offers farm tours where visitors will have the unique opportunity to interact with the goats, and get up close and personal with feeding the gentle creatures.

You and the kids can also learn firsthand how to milk the goats — which makes an excellent out-of-classroom experience.

Enjoy 1-for-1 on your first hay purchase. Learn more

📍 Address: 3 Lim Chu Kang Lane 4, Singapore 718859
📞 Phone: 6792 0931
Opening hours: Wed to Mon, 9am – 4pm daily

09 • Orchidville

(Photo: Orchidville)

Orchidville has transformed from what was once a premium orchid farm into a thriving sanctuary for locally sustainable farming that cultivates a diverse array of pesticide-free produce.

If you’re looking for a quiet day away from the city, head down to their enchanting Forrest Restaurant to treat your tastebuds to mouthwatering delights — and get 15% off your bill with a minimum spend of $50.

You can also purchase locally grown produce, delicious food, and refreshing beverages at their vibrant weekend market. The market is open every Saturday, Sunday, and Public Holiday from 10.30 am to 4.30 pm.

Here’s another deal for you – get 15% off your bill at the weekend market! Learn more

📍 Address: 82 Sungei Tengah Rd, Singapore 698985
📞 Phone: 6552 7003
Opening hours: Tue – Fri, 11.30am – 2pm | Sat and Sun, 9am – 5.30pm

10 • Nippon Koi Farm

(Photo: QMart and Nippon Koi Farm)

Here’s an opportunity to connect with nature. Established in 1980, the Nippon Koi Farm boasts a rich history and reputation as one of Singapore’s oldest and most esteemed koi farms. 

One of the highlights of Nippon Koi Farm is its dazzling array of koi fish. The farm imports koi fry from reputable breeders in Japan and nurtures them until they are fully grown. 

However, Nippon Koi Farm isn’t just about koi fish — it’s also a hub for sustainable aquaponics farming. You can also view the aquaponics system that harmoniously cultivates Nippon’s vegetables and fish.

Heading for a day at the farm? Enjoy this Buy 4-get-1 Free fresh spinach ice cream deal to refresh after a day in the sun. Learn more

📍 Address: 51 Jln Lekar, Singapore 698946
📞 Phone: 96376450
Opening hours: 8.30am – 7pm daily

With so much to experience, your days will fly by in a flash. Gather your friends and family, pick your favourites from the list and get ready for an unforgettable month!

To a memorable holiday!
Daphne ✨

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