Singapore is possibly the most family-friendly destination I have visited in Asia. A modern, clean and vibrant city with so much on offer for all ages. If you are planning to visit Singapore with kids, this guide will hopefully help you plan your trip.

We only visited Singapore on a long stopover for 5 days en route to Indonesia. However, I am definitely planning to go back to spend more time here.

Family things to do in Singapore

Night Safari

Grown ups and kids alike will love Singapore‚Äôs Night Safari. The world’s first nocturnal zoo and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Singapore. Enjoy a fun tram ride whilst keeping your eyes peeled, look out for all the nocturnal animals roaming in their natural habitats. You will travel through rainforest, savannah and jungle, many of the animals here are are threatened species.

Sentosa Island

This island hosts many attractions all in one place. We jumped on the cable car over there to make the journey fun. You can also get there via taxi and metro, but the cable crossing offers fantastic views of the city so is an experience in itself. Once you arrive on Sentosa, there are a number of different attractions to choose from. I have listed some of our favourites below, but check out the Sentosa website to see them all.

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Adventure cove waterpark

Zoom down the high-speed water slides and drift down a winding lazy river. You can also snorkel with 20,000 marine fish and wade with friendly rays in the shallows.

Fort Siloso Skywalk

Standing at 11 stories high and 181 meters long, check out Sentosa from above.

Siloso Beach

Chill off from the city heat and spend the day relaxing on Singapore’s beautiful beach.

Hydrodash floating aqua park

Climb, slide and bounce your way across this enormous floating obstacle course

IFly Singapore

The world’s largest themed inside wind tunnel

Madame Tussauds

Grab a selfie with your favourite wax celebrities. If you have visited any other Madame Tussauds (we have in London) it is very similar.

S.E.A Aquarium

Deep dive into an undersea world. a great choice for getting out of the heat or rain.

Sentosa 4D Adventure Park

4 different rides that bring the experience to life. The Haunted Mine Ride 4D, Extreme Log Ride. Shoot it out in Desperados, or get into the heart of the action with Journey 2: The Mysterious Island.

Universal Studios

Southeast Asia’s first and only Universal Studios Theme Park. Spend the day an adrenaline high with rides for all ages.

Trickeye @ Southside

We love visiting trickeye museums, they offer a great break from the heat and a fun experience for most ages

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Gardens By The Bay

Spend the day just exploring the amazing grounds. Make sure you pack some swimmers as there’s a great water park! One of the best attractions here is the light show, twice daily at 7:45pm and 8:45pm and a must see for anyone visiting Singapore.

National Gallery

This was one of our favourite places in Singapore. Hosting the most extensive collection of Singapore and Southeast Asian art. There are also regular things going on daily from children’s crafts to artists exhibiting their talents.

We especially loved the rooftop which offered amazing views of the city skyline. Open daily from 10 am – 7 pm you can pre-book your tickets online, general admission costs around $15-$20

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Changi Airport

Making the journey a destination in itself. It is probably one of the most impressive airports I have ever experienced. Pass the layover time by riding a 4 story slide, visiting the world’s tallest indoor waterfall or exploring Jewel; an indoor garden and shopping experience.

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