(Sponsored Post) – Planning a weekend family trip to Singapore

The last time I was in Singapore was probably more than 5 years ago, back then I was a single lady partying hard with my besties. In a blink of an eye, I’m now a happily married woman with two beautiful kids. With a busy working schedule, it’s hard to plan for a long vacation thus I’m a strong advocate of weekend quickie trips. Coming soon, I’m thinking of doing a quick weekend getaway to Singapore with my family. (p/s: look up Malaysia’s public holiday 2016 and I bet you’ll be thinking along the same line too 😀 )

In recent years, many new exciting tourist attractions have sprout out in Singapore and I felt it was time to visit especially after watching this fun video:

I’ve got a wish list of places to visit in Singapore with my family and this round I’m planning to head to Sentosa Island. Firstly, it would be the Port of Lost Wonder featuring Singapore’s first kid’s club which is located at Palawan Beach, Sentosa Island. The kid’s club houses signature water play area, themed islets for picnics and leisure educational zone learning about nature and animals. What I love best is that they’ve trained professionals in children’s first aid, child development and psychology known as ‘Wonder Crew’ located around the area to monitor the little ones.

Port of Lost Wonder 2
Note: Picture courtesy of www.singaporekids365.com

I would also bring them to S.E.A. Aquarium to discover the endless magical wonders of the marine world. Housing more than 800 species of marine animals, 200 sharks and beautiful reef displays; I’m sure my sons would love to see the beautiful underwater visions.

SEA Aquarium
Note: Picture courtesy of www.rwsentosa.com

Lastly, it’d definitely be Universal Studios Singapore. Needless to say, this is one fabulous theme park not to be missed. In here we can enjoy rides, shows and attractions from some of my son’s favourite movies and television series like Shrek 4D Adventure and Sesame Street. They will surely love those to bits!

Note: Pictures courtesy of www.rwsentosa.com

If time permits, I would bring them for a visit at Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, also known as Singapore’s only natural history museum that houses some of Southeast Asian specimens and centuries old exhibits. The main star attractions is the three Sauropod fossils at the Dinosaur Zone and we can get an up-close look at it.

Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
Note: Picture courtesy of http://lkcnhm.nus.edu.sg

Let’s hope my family will enjoy the activities I’ve planned for them this round. We can always head for another visit as Singapore is just a stone’s throw away from Malaysia. Do drop me a comment, if you think there are other places I should include in my trip.

Disclaimer: “This post is sponsored by STB but all thoughts and opinions are my own.”

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