The ideal starting point with western standards of comfort, dazzling consumerism alongside Malay, Chinese and Indian enclaves and the remains of a colonial past.
A good place to start your SE Asian adventures with babes in tow.
What to do with littlies in Singapore...
Like so many of these SE Asian hub's there is an abundance of activities: Singapore really is the easy city of choice, clean streets, lovely parks, less hustle and bustle and plenty to keep kids of all ages amused, plus plenty for big kids and yummy mummies too.The Duck Tours will splash you into the river, The Zoological Gardens will give you over 300 species of wildlife, Jurong Bird Park is wow, the Science Centre will get those brain boxes whirring, Sentosa is pretty much a whole island of activity and Wild Wild Wet will get you just that...
Which Family Pod? Squidgy baby; Toddling around; Energetic explorer; Perfect Combination
Legoland Malaysia, Johor Bahru
If you have bags of energy and fancy a full day out, the new Legoland is based in Johor, it’s a sprawling wonderland & a day trip from your base in Singapore (View the website)
Tiny Tip:Legoland is over an hour by taxi, or alternatively take an MTR to Woodlands and a bus from there.
The Night Safari & tram ride
No matter how long you are in Singapore, even on the briefest of stopovers this is the one place we would recommend you hope in a taxi to. Opens 7.30pm - 12.00pm (great for jet lagged littlies!)A night-time adventure that's 2nd to none. (Find out all about it here)
Boat Quay Riverside Dining
A family friendly foodie street. All the world's cuisine can be found along this strip.
Tiny Tip: Gets busy at dusk as execs descend from surrounding offices, so head out early if you fancy a quiet meal.