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We miss school for one major reason: the school holidays. Beginning 16 March, it may be a short one week but it can still be full of fun activities. Come in for a day-by-day itinerary for the entire week.
16 March (Sat): Decorate cakes
Start your holiday on a sweet note at Kids Club. Sign up for a Mini Cake Decorating Class to enjoy an hour of confectionery creativity, under the guidance of one of our chefs.
Where: Kids Club
When: 16 March 2013, 3pm – 4pm
For ages: 4 to 12
How much: $35, or $30 if mum or dad is an RWS Invites member. Call +65 6577 6121 to register.
17 March (Sun): Long Sunday lunch at Osia
Spend a lazy Sunday afternoon having a really fabulous lunch at Osia. It’s essentially fine dining all-you-can eat without the hassle of jostling for food. Dig into quivery 62°C Hen’s Egg or the Osia Brunch Plate heaped with pork sausage, field mushrooms, semi-dried roma tomatoes, toast, and your choice of poached, scrambled, or fried eggs. Check it out here.
When: Every Sunday, 11:30am – 3pm
For ages: 4 to 400
How much: $58++ for adults, $29++ for kids 4 to 12. Due to popularity, limited seats available for the next two months so do call +65 6577 9788 for enquiry and reservations.
18 March (Mon): Rock out with Demi
If you’re fans then you’ve probably already got your tickets. But if you haven’t, now’s a good time to do so. Rock out at the Coliseum at Hard Rock Hotel with your friends to Skyscraper, Give Your Heart a Break and This is Me. Brag about your rock concert when you get back to school.
Where: The Coliseum™, Hard Rock Hotel®
When: 18 March 2013
For ages: 3 and above, but we recommend going only if you’re comfortable standing in crowds
How much: $93. Visit Sistic for more details.
19 March (Tue): Marine Biodiversity Week at S.E.A. Aquarium
Do your part for our environment by learning more about Singapore’s complex marine biodiversity through special exhibitions, games and story-telling. The best part? They’re organized by youths from a start-up environmental group, Youths for the Wild, so you can expect youth-friendly activities.
Where: S.E.A. Aquarium™
When: 16 to 22 March 2013
For ages: Age doesn’t matter.
How much: Standard ticketing rates apply: $20 if you’re 4 to 12, and above 60; $29 otherwise. Visit the website for more information and to book your tickets.
20 March (Wed): Make your own boat at The Maritime Experiential Museum
Why look when you can build? The good folks at the Maritime Experiential Museum thought so too, which is why you’re getting a Sea Captains Holiday Camp for all you budding sea legs. Master the skills of ancient shipbuilders and basic sailing mechanics, navigation, and nautical sciences. The best part? Building your own motorized sailboat to bring home.
Where: The Maritime Experiential Museum
When: 20 March 2013
For ages: No age limit
How much: $99 per person. Reserve before 19 March. Visit the website for more information and call +65 6577 7515 for enquiries and booking.
21 March (Thu): Tackle all slides at Adventure Cove Waterpark
Collect some liquid courage (pun not intended) by wading in the Adventure River before progressing on to rides like Dueling Racer, Whirlpool Washout (pictured above) and finally, Riptide Rocket, which propels you along with hydro-magnets. With airborne moments and sudden drops, this is every theme park junkie’s wet dream.
Where: Adventure Cove Waterpark™
When: Every day and any day.
For ages: 4 and above. If you’re under 122cm, you’ll need an accompanying adult.
How much: Standard ticketing rates apply, so $20 if you’re aged 4 to 12, and above 60; $29 otherwise. Visit the website for more information and to book your tickets.
22 March (Fri): Make your own scrapbook
Create your first scrapbook with the fun folks at Kids Club. Bring your own photos and the friendly staff will guide you and provide the necessary materials to help you put memories on paper.
Where: Kids Club
When: 3pm – 4:30pm
For ages: 5 and above
How much: $18 for RWS Invites members and $28 non-members. Call +65 6577 6121 to register.
23 March (Sat): Rock Climb
There’s a challenge hidden deep within Universal Studios Singapore®, a rock of fossils and crevices itching to be climbed. Try your hand at tackling the different difficulty levels. It isn’t as easy as it seems.
Where: Lost World zone, Universal Studios Singapore
When: Park hours
For ages: 4 and above
How much: $5 per climb. Standard USS entry ticketing rates apply: $54 if you’re 4 to 12 years old, and $74 for adults. Visit the website for more information and to buy tickets.
24 March (Sun): Lament
Finish up your homework, pack your bags, and cry yourself to sleep at night. School starts the next day.