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Family Friendly Activities When Visiting Singapore

Tourist sightseeing in SingaporeMany places cater for tourist on holiday, but they find it hard to compete with Singapore. There are an overwhelming number of places to visit in Singapore if you’re travelling with your family or going on an adventure trip with friends. Make sure to set aside a few days, if not a whole week, to tour the different spots and experience the many attractions. Whilst in the country, you’ll come across plenty of mouth-watering food and treats to sample after a fun-packed day.

Universal Studios Singapore

The Asian franchise of this popular US attraction continues to draw big crowds every day. It’s located inside Resorts World in Sentosa Island and is known for its shows, rides, and roller coasters. This fantasy world features scenes and rides from blockbuster movies such as Transformers and Battlestar Galactica. For the adventurous ones, there’s the world’s tallest duelling rollercoasters called Human vs. Cylon. If you’re not into twists and turns, there are plenty of other fun rides, gift shops and restaurants to explore.

S.E.A Aquarium

Children are fascinated by the ocean and its creatures. This giant aquarium boasts tanks of fish, octopuses, dolphins, seahorses and more! There’s a shark tunnel as well as a rock pool where guests can wade around rays and touch other sea creatures. Visiting the aquarium will definitely leave a big impression on children and parents alike about the amazing oceans.

The Trick Eye Museum

Art museums and exhibits are trendy places see and be seen, but the Trick Eye Museum in Sentosa promises the best indoor fun. This interactive museum features clever visual trickery and lots of optical illusions that will leave you and your kids amazed. This is a great place to take plenty of souvenir photos for your albums, and to share on social media.

To make sure you enjoy your trip to any or all of these attractions, you can book your tickets in advance. Also, check the hours of operation before you go there since the schedules sometimes change during weekends or holidays.

Singapore may be small in terms of land area, but there’s plenty to do and see if you’re a tourist. Make sure it is on your list of places to explore.