Singapore Kids AttractionsSingapore is a great city for kids on holiday, compact and brimming with varied and exciting attractions, some uniquely Asian. In fact, some of the most popular tourist attractions in Singapore are family orientated.
Singapore is a city of gardens and this combined with the country's world-class animal attractions ensures that there is lots of fun to be had outdoors. For a great day with the family head to the Singapore Zoological Gardens where the kids can bond with animals such as Komodo dragons, polar bears and orangutans, or head to the Jurong Bird Park to marvel at hundreds of pink flamingos. For a more relaxed day, pack a picnic and visit the Singapore Botanical Gardens where kids will have plenty of room to stretch their legs and let off a bit of steam. The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is a wonderful place to spend the day and children will be amazed by this verdant wonderland. The Singapore Crocodilarium is another exciting attraction, home to over 1,000 reptiles, including crocodiles and some of the world's rare and endangered species of reptile.
On rainy or cold days, when outdoor activities with kids are not an option, head to an indoor playground like eXplorerkid. Hugely popular Singapore tourist attractions, like Universal Studios Singapore, are other great options for rainy days.
Singapore Zoological GardensThe Singapore Zoo has been thoughtfully created to simulate the natural habitats of its resident animals. Eight zones recreate the geographic regions of the animals indigenous to them, including the South East Asian rainforest, African savannah, Nepalese river valley, Burmese jungle, and South American... see full details
Jurong BirdparkThe park is contained within a 20-hectare (49-acre) stretch of land in the Jurong Lake area. It is one of the world's most extensive bird collections and the largest in South East Asia. Five thousand birds of about 400 different species inhabit the... see full details
Singapore Discovery CentreThe perfect place for active and enquiring young minds, the Singapore Discovery Centre is a great place to bring the kids for the day. Children will love the colourful exhibits which will teach them all about Singapore's past and present in fun and... see full details
Universal Studios SingaporeDrawing an astounding two million visitors in its first nine months open, the theme park and resort area of Universal Studios Singapore is proving to be as popular as its counterparts in the USA. Located on Sentosa Island, home to all of Singapore's... see full details