Our Family Tours

Learning doesn’t have to be boring! KiddoTrip’s Family Tours turn Singapore’s streets into giant playgrounds. Kids will have fun while discovering the city’s rich history and culture. It’s the perfect recipe for an unforgettable family adventure!

What are Family Tours?

Regular tours can be a challenge for families with young children. The content and length often go over little heads, leading to boredom and frustration for everyone. This is where family tours come in!

No long explanations, no kids complaining. Our tours are designed specifically for families with young children. Our fun activities keep kids engaged with games and puzzles in their activity books at each stop. The kids will be having fun while learning without even realizing it!

Meanwhile, parents can relax and discover Singapore with the help of an audio guide. No need for bulky headsets, just interesting information delivered through an app on your phone.

Family tours are a win-win for everyone, creating happy memories and stress-free exploration for the whole family!

How KiddoTrip’s Family Tours Work?

Our family tours are all about flexibility! Here’s how it works:

Book your adventure: Choose the Explore&Play tour you like on our website.

Activity books delivered: Once you’ve booked, we’ll send the exciting activity books for the kids straight to your home or hotel in Singapore.

Download the KiddoTrip app: This free app holds the key to your self-guided tour! It includes the audio guide, packed with interesting information for parents.

Explore at your own pace: With everything in hand, you’re free to embark on your family adventure whenever you’re ready! No set times, just pure exploration fun.

How KiddoTrip’s Explore&Play come to life?

Ever wondered how our engaging KiddoTrip’s Family Tours were created? We take pride in crafting high-quality experiences designed to spark curiosity and ignite family fun. Here’s a peek behind the scenes:

  1. Expert Curation: We collaborate with experienced tour guides to create a short itinerary. Their knowledge and passion ensure the information in the audio guide is accurate, interesting, and engaging for parents and older children (8 years old or more).
  • Audio Guide Creation: We record the tour guide’s narration, creating an audio guide that families can use at their own pace. This allows you to explore the city and its landmarks on your own schedule and at a pace that suits your family’s needs.
  • Activity Books Adaptation: To make the tour more engaging for young children, we create activity books, packed with games and puzzles, designed to illustrate the information covered in the tour. This provides an exciting and interactive way for children to learn about the city’s culture and history.
  • Families Validation: Finally, we test our tours and activity books with families to ensure that they are both fun and effective in teaching families about the city’s heritage. This allows us to refine and improve our family tours, ensuring that families have the best possible experience.

With this meticulous process, KiddoTrip’s Family Tours guarantee an engaging and enriching way for families to explore Singapore together!

Explore Our Exciting Family Tours

Ready to create unforgettable memories with your family? Explore our tours and book your KiddoTrip adventure today!

Thian Hock Keng Temple

Uncover the Secrets of Chinatown: Embark on a thrilling adventure through Singapore’s historic Chinatown, filled with hidden gems and fascinating stories. More information.

Sri Veeramakaliamman

A Journey Through Little India: Immerse yourselves in the vibrant sights, sounds, and smells of Little India, experiencing its unique culture and traditions. More information.

Unveiling Joo Chiat’s Peranakan Heritage: Discover the charming Peranakan enclave of Joo Chiat on a walk filled with colorful architecture, rich cultural insights, and delicious culinary delights. More information.

Still hesitant? Look at our tours comparative table to see why our self-guided tours are the best solution to visit Singapore!