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A Local's Guide to Fun and Excitement for Kids and Family in Singapore

5 Days of Family fun in Singapore Flickr - Jimmy McIntyre

Singapore is a thriving cosmopolitan city with history deeply ingrained in its remarkably diverse culture. There’s so much to do in Singapore that you might miss out something great if you don’t plan it. This 5-day itinerary by HolidayIQ will save you from the hassle of planning a fun family vacation to Singapore.

A Local's Guide to Fun and Excitement for Kids and Family in Singapore:

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Day 1. Visit the fun island of Sentosa

Visit the fun island of Sentosa
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Begin with a visit to Universal studios Singapore, this movie-themed park is peppered with rides based on blockbuster movies like Transformers and Jurassic Park. Grab a delicious bite at Tanjong beach club. Let the kids have fun at Port of Lost Wonder water-park or take them go-carting at the Skyline Luge.

Day 2. Enjoy a 360-degree view of Lion City from Singapore flyover

Enjoy a 360-degree view of Lion City from Singapore flyover
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Admiring the morning view of Singapore from the giant Ferris wheel is almost the perfect way to start your day. Enjoy the educational interactive guided tours at Art Science Museum followed by lunch at one of the restaurants at Marina Bay Sands. Finish the day with a river cruise on a traditional bumboat.

Day 3. Explore the vibrant Chinatown, Little India and Tiong Bahru

Explore the vibrant Chinatown, Little India and Tiong Bahru
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Start with a delightful breakfast at Chinatown, try Maxwell Road food center, followed by a slice of history and culture at Buddha Tooth Relic temple and Museum. Enjoy spicy curries at The Banana Leaf Apolo in Little India. Explore a slice of Singaporean heritage in Tiong Bahru.

Day 4. Go into the wild

Go into the wild
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Start your day at River Safari- a river-themed zoo that house manatees, jaguars, giant Pandas and giant anteaters. Enter the Fragile forest at Singapore Zoo which is rainforest experience populated with our primate relatives(apes). The last stop is Night Safari- world’s first attraction dedicated to nocturnal animals like wallabies and hyenas. Don’t forget to try the 35-minute tram ride.

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Day 5. Conclude the trip by shopping at Orchard road and Haji lane

Conclude the trip by shopping at Orchard road and Haji lane
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Head over to Orchard Road, Singapore’s most famous shopping district which houses international fashion brands to local brand as well. If you like bargaining then hit areas like 20 Bugis and Haji lane in the afternoon. You also go on a duty-free shopping spree at the Changi Airport.

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