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Best things to do in Singapore with kids- Some of the best places to visit.

Singapore is a fantastic family friendly destination with something for everyone! Here are some fun places to visit with the brood.

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Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade

Marina Bay Promenade is a lively 3.5 km walkway with many attractions. Marina Centre, the Bayfront and Collyer Quay are a few to watch out for. The promenade has many beautiful fountains, free performances and even yoga sittings. Further attractions include Wonder-Full. The novel Helix Bridge and the ArtScience Museum. The building is styled in the shape of a lotus and has 21 art and science galleries.

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Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay, built over 250 hectares of land, is found next to the Marina Reservoir. The park has three waterfront gardens. Bay South is the largest and stretches over 54 hectares and houses the most extensive glass greenhouse in the world. The two conservatories are stunning constructions, called the Flower Dome, and Cloud Forest. A Children's Garden organises adventure trails for children. Bay East stands at 32 hectares and has a boulevard bordering the Marina Reservoir with gorgeous glimpses of Singapore.

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Singapore zoo

Singapore is one of the first open zoos in the world and spreads over 28 hectares. Animals are kept in enclosures closer to their natural habitat. There is no visible barrier separating the visitors, and the animals, moats and thickets provide an almost natural-looking barrier. It is an amazing opportunity for kids to see free-ranging orangutans, one of the most threatened species of animals in the world.

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Singapore Botanic Gardens

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is over 160 years old. According to TripAdvisor it is considered Asia's most visited park and provides free entry to visitors. The park has over 10,000 species of flora and fauna covering 82 hectares of land. The National Orchid Garden is possibly the most famous attraction, but an entrance fee is required. This area covers around 300 hectares and has over 1000 species of orchids and over 2000 hybrid varieties. There is a small tropical rainforest covering around 6 hectares. Swan Lake, Eco Lake and Symphony Lake can be found within park grounds. Kids who love nature and flowers will find the park a pleasant experience.

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Sentosa Island

The island is located 15 minutes away from the city centre; it used to be a fortification site during the 19th century and became a military base during the Second World War. This island resort is packed with thrilling attractions, with theme parks such as Universal Studios, casinos, forest adventures, and restaurants. The cable car trip to Sentosa is quite an attraction by itself! You can observe the famous Merlion of Singapore, an icon of Singapore! Climb the Tiger Sky Tower, the highest observation viewpoint in Singapore, and relax in the 3.2 km of coastline divided into three separate beaches. If looking for fully serviced accommodation in Singapore you can try looking at places like Ascott Raffles Place Singapore for your next trip.

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