Showing posts with label Free indoor activities. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Free indoor activities. Show all posts

Monday, October 19, 2015

{Haze go where} Free indoor playground in Paragon Shopping Centre.

Every month, I have to go for my braces appointment at Dr Alfred Cheng's clinic (Mt Elizabeth), so what I usually do is, I bring my kids with my helper over to the free playground at Paragon Level 5 before popping opposite to Mt E for my appointment.
The top level of Paragon is the coveted shopping mecca for fashionista Mummy and baby wannabes.

Known as the Paragon Junior, this indoor playground has slides, tunnels and stuff for your kids to climb on.
Next to Paragon Junior are rides which they can go on for token fees.

For a free play area, it is quite neatly done up, even with a shoe shelf for your kids to place their footwear.

The playground is meant for children 2 - 6 years old, and open daily from 10am to 9pm.
Adult supervision is required at all times please.

Children mountain children sea.

The rides next to Paragon Junior playground.
Strangely enough, it is always crowded whenever we come here on Friday afternoons.
Why so many people no need to work??? I jealous!

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

{Haze go where} Free indoor activites: Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 3.

Since we live in the East, one of our favourite places to bring to children to has to be Changi Airport.
Recently, I am trying to find some free indoor places to bring the children to in this hazy weather and Changi Airport is a no-brainer location, winning hands-down for us.
Kids get to run around freely, watch planes landing and take off, and there are also many activities they can do which doesn't cost a single cent.
Like sketching and stenciling:

Or going on the infamous Slide @ T3.

There's also a free playground next to The Slide with benches and eateries beside.

Adam's and Ashton's favourite shop has to be Soda Pop which selles Tomica cars and race tracks.
They enjoy bringing their cars for free play with other children on this racing track table.

As long as you bring your own cars you can play for free, otherwise you can purchase any TOMICA car at the shop.

We love Changi Airport!

Thursday, September 24, 2015

[Haze go where] Free indoor activities: Singapore Discovery Centre.

Being Hari Raya Haji today, we were ambitious and had initially wanted to go to East Coast beach for a picnic.
However, our plan was quickly shelved due to our Lion City being shrouded in thick smog.
Time to execute our haze contingent plan - FREE indoor activities.
Where in Singapore you ask?
Well, we went to Singapore Discovery Centre at 510 Upper Jurong Rd, 638365.
Tel: 6792 6188
Admission FREE for all Singaporeans and PRs.
Singapore Discovery Centre Singapore

Singapore Discovery Centre SG50

Love this SG50 quilt. I had wanted to make one using fabric squares cut out from Adam and Ashton's baby clothes, and even bought a Brother sewing machine, but never got down to doing it :P

Wah this one classic. I remember seeing this type of furniture in my Grandparents' homes when I was little.
I still remember the TV was in the form of a hugeass cabinet, with sliding doors.

Singapore Discovery Centre
Bet you didn't know that there are actually 10 religions in Singapore, did you?

Adam and Ashton at Singapore Discovery Centre, free indoor activities for children

Singapore Discovery Centre SG50 children free indoor activities

Not bad, got free defence games to play.

Mr Lee Kuan Yew SG50 Singapore Discovery Centre SDC
I cannot thank you enough, Mr Lee Kuan Yew!

Visitors to Singapore Discovery Centre can go to the main exhibition centre where you can watch movies, take the 3D rides, or simply walk around the museum.
Or you can also go to the Army Museum and take a bus-guided tour around the vicinity which includes the dormitories for Army, Navy, and Airforce officer cadets.
The tour also covers the Officer Cadet School with some information about their training and history.

The boys were fascinated by the displays of the army tanks and aircraft.
 More about the activities and exhibits at Singapore Discovery Centre HERE.
With the average 3-hourly PSI of 263, and the current PSI at 317 accurate as at 10.00pm Singapore time, it has reached hazardous levels and schools in Singapore have declared closure by MOE.
Everyone do stay safe indoors and mask up, oil up, diffuse up!