Drip, drop…it won’t stop! Singapore’s rain can keep every parent in wonder about what to do and where they can go with their kids. We know that Singapore has a huge amount of attractions, events, and all-around fun things to do, but when it comes to rainy days, how limited are our options? The good news is there is still so much to do when it’s wet outside, and Little Steps has got you covered with our rainy day guide to Singapore.
Here are our top picks on where you can bring the kids on those icky, wet days just to keep them occupied, engaged, and entertained. Plus, you’ll enjoy yourself too, so it’s really a rainy day guide for the whole family!
Looking for some competitive indoor family fun? Then check out Nerf Action Xperience, where you can grab a nerf gun and shoot foam bullets across a series of challenges. You can play capture the flag, run through obstacle courses, and even shoot zombies in a massive 18,000-square-foot arena. We’re not sure who will have more fun, the kids or the adults! Note that all experiences are created for children above 7 years old and you'll have to book in advanced to make sure you get your spot. Check out their group and party packages if you're thinking about holding a birthday party or event here, too.
Nerf Action Xperience, 6 Raffles Boulevard #01-208, Marina Square, Singapore, +65 8388 3448, email@example.com, www.nerfax.com.sg
If you are looking for a bunch of adrenaline-pumping activities all under one roof, then check out HomeTeamNS Khatib Clubhouse. Test out your shooting skills with TactSim Singapore’s first indoor player vs player airsoft. Climb, glide and slide your way through AdventureHQ with their indoor obstacle and rope course. Try out T-Play, which is Singapore’s first Peranakan-themed playground. With an eco-friendly swimming pool, a massive gym, and man caves for hire (awesome parent's chill-space), this is the place for the whole family to spend a rainy day in Singapore.
HomeTeamNs Khatib Clubhouse, 2 Yishan Walk, Singapore, +65 6708 6600, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.hometeamns.sg/khatib
Meet “celebrities” together as a fam at Madame Tussauds in Resorts World Sentosa! You’ll get to rub shoulders with wax versions of stars like Taylor Swift, political figures like Queen Elizabeth II, and sports heroes like Cristiano Ronaldo. Kids can also experience the exciting Marvel Universe 4D film, where you’ll join the Avengers to battle Loki. Wrap up your visit with the Spirit of Singapore indoor boat ride, a nature-themed journey through some of Singapore’s iconic landmarks. There are way too many things to do in just one visit, so expect to come for more on another rainy (or sunny) day!
Madame Tussauds Singapore, 40 Imbiah Road, Sentosa, Singapore, +65 6715 4000, www.madametussauds.com/singapore
Jewel Changi has no shortage of food options, shopping stores, and fun activities for the whole family! Just head up to the Indoor Canopy Park, that boasts a flower garden, a Hedge Maze to play hide and seek with your kiddos, as well as a Mirror Maze for some whimsical vibes. It doesn't matter how wet it is outside, you'll get to be in a huge garden and stay nice and dry. The Walking Net is another popular activity to try, as both kids and adults can walk across them or simply bounce about to your heart’s content!
Jewel Canopy Park, Airport Blvd., Level 5 Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore, +65 6965 9898, www.jewelchangiairport.com/en/attractions/canopy-park
After a temporary closure, SuperPark is reopened at Suntec City and ready for families to visit. The immersive activity space has plenty for the little ones to get active with, from street soccer to pinball, flying foxes to tube slides. You can hold parties and events here, and if your kids love it, take them to the end of year camp experiences. Make sure to check out the kids for younger tots to train their motor and developmental skills, while older kiddos can try their hand at archery. Your family might love it so much you decide to get a membership to come back - rain or shine!
SuperPark, #02-477, Suntec City (North Wing, 3 Temasek Blvd, Tower 1, Singapore, +65 6239 5360, email@example.com, www.superpark.com.sg
For a fun, yet educational adventure indoors, head to KidsSTOP within the Singapore Science Center. Parents love that their kids will have a blast playing, while also learning amazing facts about science and furthering their development. The expansive space has plenty to see and do, with interactive experiences to let kids of all ages learn about various science topics. Zones are themed according to categories. For example, the Four Seasons station educates about weather and the environment, while The Dino Pit has fossils and a game board about all-things dinosaurs! There are regular activities, exhibitions and shows to explore, so stay up-to-date on what's on when you decide to visit.
KidsSTOP, 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore, +65 6425 2500, www.science.edu.sg/visit-us/kidsstop
iFly is one of the world's biggest indoor skydiving tunnels! If your superpower wish was always to fly, now you can (and you don't have to be outside for it). At iFly Singapore, you can get to feel what it’s like to actually skydive – all in a safe wind tunnel! This is great for beginners and those with a fear of heights and will not compromise the thrill and adrenaline you’ll get from trying it. Kids aren’t left out either – those at least 7 years old can also join in the fun. Maybe the family will love it so much that you sign up for some pro packages and memberships!
iFly Singapore, 43 Siloso Beach Walk, #01-01, Singapore, +65 6571 0000, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.iflysingapore.com
Skating and rollerblading are super fun activities to try, and you can do both at the HiRoller Indoor Skating Rink! Choose between roller skates that have four wheels (recommended for beginners) or inline skates for those who are already familiar with ice skating or have tried them out in the past. Not only will you get to ride around and enjoy the sport, but you’ll also get to enjoy music blasting in the background while you do so. Book your spot in advance online here to make sure you can beat the crowds! Also, check out their Academy if you want to enroll your kids into classes - they cater to all ages.
HiRoller, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Level 5 E!Hub @ Downtown East, Singapore, email@example.com+65 9694 4094, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.hirollersingapore.com
Step into a virtual world and try your hand at interactive games at HeadRock VR. There are a total of 11 games, so there’s something for both kids and adults. Horror buffs can try the Horror Room or the Zombie Busters game, while those who want to experience an extreme adventure can attempt the Flying Dive or Jungle Rafting. You'll work as a team, so it's the perfect activity for the whole family (especially older kids). Additionally, there is a Kids Media Interactive zone that is suitable for younger kids (ages 3-9), where they can bounce, pop bubbles, and more.
Headrock VR, 26 Sentosa Gateway, #01-38/39, Singapore, +65 6963 4127, email@example.com, www.headrockvr.sg
The Mind Cafe is an ideal spot where families, colleagues, and friends meet up for board games over good food, snacks, and drinks. This is the perfect place to bring little ones and adults who enjoy some healthy competition and testing their mental capacity. You can choose the games you want from the shelf, and there’ll be friendly staff to teach you the game rules. The cafe serves delicious coffee, pastries, and food to keep you fueled as you game with your family. You can also purchase a board game from their huge selection in-store or online, here.
Mind Café, 60A Prinsep Street, Singapore, +65 8121 5188, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.themindcafe.com.sg
The Singapore Art Museum focuses on international contemporary art practices, specializing in Singaporean and Southeast Asian creators. There are lots of exhibits to see, some programs require a small entrance fee which is well worth it as you stay dry and discover stunning artistic concepts. Kids and adults love exploring the colourful, curious art installations - you'll love it, no matter your age. Be sure to stay up-to-date with the latest exhibitions and performances and the dates that you can catch them, here.
Singapore Art Museum, 39 Keppel Rd, #01-02 Tanjong Pagar Distripark, Singapore, email@example.com, www.singaporeartmuseum.sg
With Singapore’s heat and humidity, the best way to cool off is with a chilly escape. Even if it's rainy, it can often stay quite hot outside. Unfortunately, we can’t fly overseas to a winter country, so the next best thing is Snow City in the heart of Jurong in Singapore. Not only will parents and kids be able to suit up in jackets and play with faux snow, but there are also activities such as a bumper car ride, whooshing down snow slides, and cozying up in igloos. You can even do rock climbing, winter “shooting” games, and explore the Ice Hotel Gallery with awesome art installations.
Snow City, 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore, +65 6560 2306, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.snowcity.com.sg
TrickEye Museum Singapore is a museum unlike any other. You’ll be interacting with the art installations in active participation, with the opportunity to get awesome pictures along the way. There’s an eco and rainbow garden and two augmented reality experiences - the AR Tickeye and the Aqua Trickeye. In the classic AR experience, you’ll question what is real as you explore adventurous scenery. The Aqua experience is similar, except you’re discovering the depths of an underwater universe.
TrickEye Museum Singapore, Blk B 80 Siloso Road, #01-04, Southside Interim Market, Singapore, email@example.com, www.trickeye.com/sg
This huge fun park has three branches across Sinagpore; Marina Square, Punggol Town Square, and Jurong Point. Each play park is themed around 8 different characters and allows kids to socialize as they play and develop their emotional and motor skills along the way. It's the perfect choice for your younger children, and parents can lounge in the cafe as you watch your little ones have fun. There are ball pits, trampolines, slides, obstacle courses, and more! Book online ahead of time here to be sure you get a spot.
Kiztopia, Marina Square Location, 6 Raffles Boulevard #01-09, Singapore, +65 8201 0393, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.kiztopia.com
The escape room games at Amazing Chambers are well suited to families, so long as children younger than 12 are accompanied by at least one adult. Your older kids can play on their own if they like! There are five different escape rooms to choose from, each with an interesting story and unique interactive elements that’ll keep your adrenaline high and your mind challenged. You’ll race against the clock to work through the puzzles, chambers, and riddles in order to solve the mysteries and make it out of there successfully. We love how the escape rooms all include stories based on Singapore's rich history.
Amazing Chambers, 73 Sultan Gate, Singapore, +65 6906 2371, email@example.com, www.gedungkuning.sg/amazingchambers
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