things to do with kids in singapore

The world's largest chocolate waterfall, Fantasia by Escriba,

The world's largest chocolate waterfall

Fantasia by Escriba

Fantasia by Escriba

Milk chocolate hippo, fantasia by ascribe

Milk chocolate hippo

Monkey and the cupcake tree, Fantasia by Escriba

Monkey and the cupcake tree

Edible elephant, fantasia by ascribe

Edible elephant

Crema Catalan eggs, fantasia by ascribe

Crema Catalan eggs

Faberge Egg cake, fantasia by ascribe

Faberge Egg cake

Eiffel Tower made from Macarons

Eiffel Tower made of Macarons

Fantasia by Escriba, chocolate ham

Chocolate ham

Leg of chocolate ham, fantasia by ascribe

Leg of chocolate ham

Academy at Fantasia by Escriba, Singapore

Academy at Fantasia by Escriba

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What child hasn’t dreamed of stepping into a real life Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory?

Roald Dahl’s world-famous book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, has made many a child all over the world drool at the thought of sailing down rivers of liquid chocolate and eating candy fruit from trees.

Yesterday I was lucky enough to get a sneak preview of the latest experience to be unveiled in Singapore – Fantasìa by Escribà, billed as the world’s first ever confectionery theatre extravaganza. It is the brainchild of acclaimed pastry chefs from Barcelona, Christian Escribà and Patricia Schmidt. [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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Review: The Tiara Society – where girls practise to be princesses

October 10, 2013

    Miss C has just turned SIX! She wanted a party in our function room with a Cinderella entertainer. Sounds simple, but there was clearly a shortage of Cinderellas in Singapore as they were all booked out. After deciding against roping in a friend to dress up as a princess, I had a look […]

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Sneak Peek: Art Garden 2013, Singapore Art Museum

May 16, 2013

Yesterday I attended the media preview of Art Garden at Singapore Art Museum. Of course, I took Baby C with me to get her take on it too. I went for the first time last year with both kids and was so impressed. I’m always on the look out for things to do with kids in […]

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