Singapore

Lau Pa Sat

Lau Pa Sat

Lau Pa Sat (former Telok Ayer Market) is a famous market in Singapore. It has a long history and interesting architecture. It’s also a great place to take kids to discover the delicious Singapore food! A turbulent history The story of Lau Pa Sat starts way back in 1823. Back then, Telok Ayer Market was …

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Thomson Nature Park

Thomson Nature Park

Thomson Nature Park is a great place for family outings. With its short trails and paved paths, it’s easy to navigate with a stroller or young children. Opened in 2019, this 50-hectare park offers a chance to immerse yourself in nature and discover the ruins of an old Hainan village. Trails For your first family …

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School Field Trips in Singapore

School field trips in Singapore are more than just a break from routine – they’re opportunities to bring textbooks to life!By exploring Singapore’s diverse neighborhoods, students gain firsthand experiences with the rich history and culture that define this nation. These immersive experiences spark curiosity, foster a deeper understanding of Singapore’s heritage, and create lasting memories. …

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Raffles Hotel - Singapore National Monument

Singapore National Monuments

While Singapore boasts exciting theme parks and thrilling adventures, Singapore’s National Monuments offer a unique way to learn and explore Singapore.  Singapore has over 80 National Monuments, reflecting its rich multicultural background. Explore grand mosques and temples alongside colonial-era buildings. Learn about Singapore’s history from traditional Chinese clan houses to wartime sites like Fort Canning …

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Gardens by the Bay: A Wonder of Nature and Technology

Gardens by the Bay is a must-visit attraction for families with children who love art, culture, and history. This award-winning park is home to various gardens, Supertrees, and other attractions. Gardens by the Bay story In the 1960s, then Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew introduced the “Garden City” vision to transform Singapore into a city …

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