singapore with kids

Last week I took the kids (aged 6 and 3) to the newly opened Alive Museum at Suntec City (ticking off one of the things on my list of 60 activities for these long summer holidays).

The concept: A 3D trick art attraction from Korea featuring 70 artworks that use optical illusions to make visitors seem part of the exhibit. See flat classical paintings transform into 3D artworks. Visitors are encouraged to take photos and arrows are placed on the floor for your to stand on to get the maximum effect.

So, immerse yourself in fantasy, unleash your kids’ (and your own inner) creativity and strike a pose! [click to continue…]

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 play for kids, singapore theatre, round the moon blue the sky

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why is the moon round? Why are there so many colours and shapes in the world? Come, journey with Smallest Dragon as she goes in search of answers in a magical, whimsical and colourful world. Round the Moon, Blue the Sky is a fast-paced, lively and physical production brought to you by I Theatre.

Combining a unique blend of physical theatre, riveting puppetry, black light magic and lots of audience interaction, this highly engaging and educational performance is specially tailored for children from 2 to 8 years old; although older children and grownups will find much to amuse, enthrall and engage too! [click to continue…]

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ThaiPusam Festival in Singapore 2013: Don’t try this at home

January 27, 2013

The Hindu festival, ThaiPusam, took place in Singapore this weekend. One of the world’s most gruesome festivals, it is held every January and celebrated mostly by the Tamil community. One of the largest celebrations around the world is in Singapore. I even found footage on Youtube of ThaiPusam taken in 1959, possibly in Singapore. We have […]

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LEGOLAND Malaysia report

September 4, 2012

There’s been a lot of excitement building about the opening of the new LEGOLAND Malaysia. Well it’s not long now. Woo hoo! 21st Century Mummy and family were lucky enough spend the day over there, before it opens to the public.

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