Top things to do in Singapore this weekend (15-17 March)


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It’s the final stretch of the March school holidays, which means it’s time to make the most of this weekend. From dining spots where kids eat for free to fun and enriching activities, here are our top recommendations for a fun family time.

01 • Hanjip

(Photo adapted from: Hanjip)

Prepare your tummy for a one-a-kind Korean BBQ experience at Hanjip. The restaurant brings in the best premium imported cuts, like the USDA Prime Short Ribs and Ribeyes to Kurubota Pork Belly. There’s even a kids-eat-free o’clock from 12pm to 2.30pm — so, round up the fam and head down.

Bonus: Ask for colouring sheets and toys for your kids (subject to availability).

📍 Address: 3C River Valley Road, #01 – 11 Clarke Quay, Singapore 179022
Opening hours: 12pm to 2.30pm and 5pm to 12am, daily
📞 Contact: 8882 9011
🍴 Halal status: Not halal
🌐 Website:

02 • Suki Suki Hotpot (halal)

(Photo adapted from: EatBook)

Shake up your usual hotpot run with the 7 different mouthwatering base choices at Suki Suki Hotpot, including Thai Basil Chicken, Truffle Mushroom, Singapore Lemak Laksa, and Sawadee Tom Yum Goong.

Take your pick from over 40 fresh ingredients like clams, salmon, and Wagyu beef. The best part? Children under 5 get to dine for free with every paying adult.

💡 Pro-tip: Head down to Suki Suki Hotpot on your birthday with a friend, and you get to dine for free. Learn more.

📍 Address: 2 Yishun Close, #01-01, HomeTeamNS Clubhouse, Singapore 767944
Opening hours: Mon to Thu, 11.30am to 3pm and 6pm to 10pm | Fri to Sun, 11.30am to 10pm
📞 Contact: 3125 2768
🍴 Halal status: Halal
🌐 Website:

03 • Zaffron Kitchen

(Photo adapted from: Zaffron Kitchen)

Zaffron Kitchen is a highly acclaimed restaurant that serves Michelin-worthy North Indian dishes ranging from Dahi Puri and Butter Naan to Chicken Tikka Burgers and Lamb Shank Briyani. If your kids are under 8, they can dine for free with every paying adult (up to 3 kids per table).

Bonus: There’s a kids play area with toys and educational videos.

📍 Address: 137 East Coast Road, #135, Singapore 428820
Opening hours: Mon to Thu, 11.30 am – 3pm and 5pm – 9.30pm | Fri, 11.30am – 3pm and 5pm – 10.30pm | Sat to Sun, 10.30am to 10.30pm
📞 Contact: 6440 6786
🍴 Halal status: Not halal
🌐 Website:

04 • Kanada-Ya

(Photo adapted from: Kanada-Ya)

One of Kanada-Ya’s signatures is the award-winning Kotteri Tonkotsu Ramen. It’s made with a rich and creamy pork broth that’s cooked for 18 hours, and is imported from the main restaurant in Japan. For the adventurous, here’s a challenge for you — try the Black Garlic Ramen. Despite its unassuming appearance, you’ll be surprised by its smokey fragrance and taste. 🍜

Don’t miss the Kids-Eat-For-Free promo, available for a limited time only.

📍 Address: 290 Orchard Road, #04-09 Paragon Shopping Centre, Singapore 238859
⏰ Opening hours: 11am to 10pm daily
📞 Contact: 6962 0505
🍴 Halal status: Not halal
🌐 Website:

05 • March On 2024

(Photo adapted from: Esplanade)

The annual children’s festival is back with themes of home and shelter to encourage kids to reflect on what inspires and protects them. You kids can look forward to seeing a fresh take on the iconic Jungle Book through an exciting play, and even get the chance to role-play as different characters in Caliban’s Island. There’s a lot more to explore and experience at this fun event.

📍 Address: Various locations
⏰ Opening hours: 6 to 17 March, various timings
📞 Contact: 6828 8377
🌐 Website:

06 • Super Park

(Photo adapted from: Super Park)

The word “Super” in Super Park isn’t there for nothing. This indoor activity park spans 2 levels with 20 exhilarating activities! There are obstacle walls, ziplines, baseball nets, foam pits, and more. There’s definitely something for everyone here! 🤸‍♀

📍 Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, #02-477, Singapore 038983
⏰ Opening hours: 9am to 9pm daily
📞 Contact: 6239 5360
🌐 Website:

07 • Splashtopia

(Photo adapted from: Kidztopia)

Kidztopia and Sentosa have joined forces to bring you a gigantic water-themed inflatable park, and it’s screaming fun! Don’t miss out on their tallest and longest slide, the Bell’s Dolphin Dive, and the slippery Raby’s slope for an extra dose of adventure.

📍 Address: Sentosa Palawan Green
⏰ Opening hours: 8 to 17 March, 9.30am – 8pm daily | 19 to 31 March (Mon to Thu), 2pm – 7pm, Fri to Sun and PH, 9.30am – 8pm
📞 Contact:
🌐 Website:

08 • The Edible Slime

(Photo adapted from: SHOUT)

Ever seen slime so appetising you wished you could eat it? Here’s your chance to live that desire. The Museum of Ice Cream (MOIC) is running a unique workshop where you can make your own edible slime. All the ingredients are food grade and you can make your slime from scratch in 30 minutes with help from MOIC slime experts.🍧

📍 Address: 100 Loewen Road, Dempsey, Singapore 248837
⏰ Opening hours: Mon and Wed, 10am – 6pm | Thu to Sun, 10am – 9pm
📞 Contact: Contact form
🌐 Website:

(Featured photo adapted from: EatBook, Kanada-Ya, SHOUT, and Kidztopia)

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