Get ready for a fantastic family-friendly extravaganza this March! Beyond the weekends, as your child’s March Holidays begins in the second week of the month, you get a chance to spend even more quality time with them. Look forward to a myriad of delightful events catering to all ages. From cultural workshops to free art exhibitions in Singapore, here are the best family friendly things to do in Singapore this month.

1. River Wonders 10th Anniversary

River Wonders celebrates its 10th Anniversaries with plenty of family-fun activities perfect for a day out.

On the following dates: 6,7,10,13 and 14 April, families are invited to join in the fun with the River Wonders Ten(t) Retreat experience, bingo expedition to discover 10 remarkable things about the park where kids can earn an exclusive explorer pin, and enjoy free animal temporary tattoos.

Don’t miss out to join Ranger Buddies Quest for interactive missions around the park. Plus, enjoy a special deal with the 2nd admission ticket at $10 for every full-paying adult, ongoing until 14 April 2024.

Regular tickets starts at $43 per adults and $31 for children aged 3 to 12 years old.

River Wonders 10th Anniversary

Location: 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826

2. Bluey & Bingo meet and greet

Photo: Toys R Us

Get ready to meet Bluey and Bingo in person this month.

The beloved characters from the popular series will be making special appearances at select Toys R Us and Books Ahoy! stores across Singapore. Celebrating the premiere of the longest-ever Bluey episode (28-minutes), The Sign, airing globally on 14 April 2024, this event promises excitement for all.

Mark your calendars for these special appearances:

  • Centrepoint Books Ahoy!: 10 April 2024 (1-2pm and 3-4pm)
  • Waterway Point Toys R Us: 13-14 April 2024 (3pm and 5.30pm)
  • Suntec City Toys R Us: 20-21 April 2024 (3pm and 5.30pm)

3. Sakura 2024

Photo: Gardens by the Bay

Garden by the Bay’s Flower Dome welcomes back the enchanting cherry blossoms this year, against the backdrop of Rokuonji Temple, the Golden Pavilion. Families can bask in the Sakura experience, especially during Yozakura (night sakura), where illuminated trees and whimsical light projections create magic. Don’t miss the chance to make wishes upon the 1,000 paper cranes adorning the dome’s ceiling.

Running from 22 March to 21 April 2024, admission starts at $12 for adults and $8 for seniors and children aged 3-12 years old.

Sakura 2024

Location: Flower Dome, Garden by the Bay

4. Naruto: The Gallery @ Universal Studio Singapore

Photo: Resort World Sentosa

Bring your family to a new adventure at Universal Studios Singapore, as the eagerly awaited Naruto: The Gallery exhibition runs from 28 March to 30 June 2024! Little ones can dive into the enchanting world of Naruto through six engaging zones showcasing storyboards, character art, video screenings, and memorable scenes from Naruto’s journey. Watch the epic final battle between Naruto and Sasuke, explore the Konohagakure Diorama, indulge in themed food at the Naruto: The Gallery Café, and shop for official exhibition merchandise.

Tickets priced at $83 for adults and $62 for children, include regular admission to Universal Studios Singapore.

Naruto: The Gallery exhibition in Singapore

Location: Universal Studio Singapore

5. A Tapestry of Sacred Music @ Esplanade

Sword Dance of Iwate
Photo: Esplanade

Returning for its 15th edition, A Tapestry of Sacred Music invites families to join the celebration at Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay from 12 to 14 April 2024! Immerse yourself in a world of enchanting landscapes, serene temples, and awe-inspiring churches as venues are transformed for this special occasion.

Explore diverse cultural expressions from over 36 religious denominations and 56 communities worldwide, including captivating performances like the Balinese Barong dance and the Japanese Sword Dance of Iwate.

Best of all, admission is free, ensuring that families can enjoy this unforgettable musical journey together!

A Tapestry of Sacred Music

Location: Esplanade

6. Coloured Ice Playground @ Snow City

Photo: Snow City

Embark on a frosty family adventure at Snow City Singapore’s Coloured Ice Playground! Crafted from 270 vividly coloured and transparent ice blocks, the playground offers an immersive experience against the glistening snow backdrop. Kids and adults alike can explore a frozen flower maze, enjoy penguin ice slides, and marvel at captivating ice sculptures, including an icy throne, train, and dragon.

Capture precious moments at the icy throne and other enchanting sculptures, creating lasting memories. The ice bar inside provides refreshing treats to cool down. Admission to Snow City starts at $29 for adults and $22 for children under 12, offering two hours of icy fun.

Coloured Ice Playground @ Snow City

Address: 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433

7. The Good Hood: Where Values Come Home Travelling Exhibition

Photo: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Embark on a journey of self-discovery and cultural exploration at The Good Hood: Where Values Come Home Travelling Exhibition, presented by the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, Malay Heritage Centre, and Indian Heritage Centre.

This interactive exhibition offers families a unique opportunity to delve into the values that shape the cultural fabric of Singapore.

Through engaging displays and interactive activities, visitors will encounter a rich tapestry of values cherished by Chinese Singaporeans, such as loyalty, filial piety, and perseverance. Influenced by ancient schools of thought like Taoism, Buddhism, and Confucianism, these values have been passed down through generations, shaping traditions and stories that resonate across cultures worldwide.

For the month of March, this exhibition will be held at SingPost Centre.

The Good Hood: Where Values Come Home Travelling Exhibition

Address: SingPost Centre, 10 Eunos Rd 8, Singapore 408600

8. BeLONG’s Art Playground

Photo: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Experience the magic of childhood nostalgia and cultural celebration at BeLONG’s Art Playground, an interactive rooftop art installation inspired by Singapore’s iconic HDB dragon playgrounds. This enchanting playground, located on the rooftop, invites families to embark on a whimsical journey through the Year of the Dragon.

As you wander through this colourful wonderland, you’ll also have the opportunity to learn more about Singapore’s unique Chinese New Year customs, making it a perfect outing for both children and adults alike. Whether you’re reliving cherished childhood memories or creating new ones with your little ones, BeLONG’s Art Playground promises an unforgettable experience for the whole family.

BeLONG’s Art Playground is open to public on the rooftop of Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC) from now until 30 April 2024, from 10am to 10pm.

BeLONG’s Art Playground

Address: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre Roof Garden

9. Kung Fu Panda 4: Dragon Warrior Training Grounds

Gear up for an action-packed adventure at VivoCity as they celebrate the much-anticipated premiere of Kung Fu Panda 4 with three exciting Dragon Warrior challenges.

Held exclusively on weekends and Public Holidays from 12pm to 8pm, with additional sessions available on 11-15 March, this exhilarating challenge promises a day filled with fun and excitement for the whole family. To participate, simply make a minimum spending of $50 at VivoCity on a single receipt (with 2 redemptions per receipt), or redeem activity zone eVouchers with VR points via the VivoRewards app for VivoRewards members.

Kung Fu Panda 4: Dragon Warrior Training Grounds

Address: 1 HarbourFront Walk, Singapore 098585

10. VSL10: A Journey Beyond Music-making

Photo: VOS Ladies

Voices of Singapore Ladies Choir (VSL) commemorates a decade of harmonious melodies with their special anniversary concert, “VSL10: A Journey Beyond Music-making”. Fresh from their Grand Prix win at a competition in Bratislava, this milestone event promises an unforgettable experience at the Victoria Concert Hall.

Diving deep into the theme of womanhood, VSL10 is set to take the audience on an emotional journey, celebrating the diverse experiences of women through the power of music. Featuring stirring performances by VSL and special guest appearances by VSL alumni, senior women from VOS Silver Voices, VOS Starlight Voices, and even the children of VSL members, this concert promises a touching tribute to the timeless strength and resilience of women.

The concert takes place on 21 April 2024, but tickets are already available for purchase online from $35.28.

VSL10: A Journey Beyond Music-making

Address: Victoria Concert Hall, 11 Empress Place, Singapore 179558

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