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Top 7 kids' activities on your holidays – ways for the whole family to have fun on your next holiday

The holidays should be a time when every member of the family is having fun, especially in Singapore! Here are some of the best activities to do with your kids while enjoying the holiday vibes.

1

Asian Civilisations Museum

In the right setting, knowledge can be fun; and the Asian Civilisations Museum provides the perfect setting to keep both kids and adults entertained. The museum is dedicated to uncovering and preserving Asia's diverse artistic heritage, particularly the many cultures of Singaporeans. The exhibits here focus on the historical connections of countless Asian cultures, and the way they have played a role in other cultures around the world. Aside from their usual exhibits, the museum also has several educational activities and displays for children. Kids will learn all about Singapore's rich culture, take part in art classes and even become sailors for the day.

2

The Yard Christmas Festival

If you want to keep your kids entertained (and out of your way) while you do some last-minute Christmas shopping, this is the place to be! The Yard Christmas Festival is not only a great place to pick up unique presents for the season, but they also have a spectacular gymnastic show. Featuring skilled acrobats, parkourists and trampoline acrobatics, the show can last up to 2 to 3 hours depending on what is scheduled for the day, and some of them are interactive. Your kids can spend a few hours happily engrossed with the show, while you browse the stalls that feature over 50 stores.

3

Weekend trip to Johor Bahru

Weekend trips are a great way to spend time with the kids without the added exhaustion of travelling long distances. And with Malaysia so close, most Singaporeans cross the borders for holidays and shopping. Located on Malaysia's Southern Peninsular, Johor Bahru is the country's third largest city and a major shopping destination in the region. Prices here are comparatively more affordable than in Singapore; plus, there several affordable accommodation options like Silka hotels, for example, a well-known chain of hotels in Asia. Only an hour's drive by bus, there's plenty of entertainment options for both kids and adults alike.

4

ArtScience Museum

A cultural landmark in Singapore, the ArtScience Museum has several intriguing displays that cover art, science, technology and culture. During the holiday season, they also stage several special events and workshops for kids. In addition, they hold free film screenings throughout the month; ideal for families with limited time to spend.

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KidZania

At KidZania, kids can live out their dream jobs, take part in parades and workshops where they can learn new arts and craft skills. This interactive theme-park combines fun and learning with entertainment through realistic role playing for kids between the ages of 3 to 17. A full kid-sized city, complete with vehicles, paved streets, and buildings sets the stage for their job roles. Through the role-playing, they get to learn about their careers, how to manage money and the inner working of an urban city.

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