Head to Sentosa Island for a day at Universal Studios Singapore, one of Singapore's newest attractions that offers something exciting for everyone in the family. Although you should definitely explore all the different zones, from Hollywood to New York City, plan to spend the majority of your time in the very kid-friendly Far, Far, Away and Madagascar, as both are specifically designed with children in mind.
In Far, Far, Away, the whole family can enjoy shows like the Shrek 4-D Adventure, sing along with Donkey Live, or take a spin on the Magic Potion Spa Ferris wheel. Children who want to experience the thrills of a rollercoaster but don't meet the height requirements or are too scared for the big ones can ride their very own junior rollercoaster, Enchanted Airways.
In Madagascar, join all the popular characters on a riverboat adventure: A Crate Adventure or dance along with King Julien at his Beach-Party Go-Round. Take the family back to New York for lunch and enjoy authentic NYC-style pizza at Loui's NY Pizza Parlour.
After you've had your fill of the park, head over to SEA Aquarium and give your children the experience of a lifetime by allowing them to swim with the pink dolphins. SEA Aquarium has dozens of other exciting adventures that take you beneath the sea and let you discover how the marine animals spend their days.
Stay past sunset and enjoy the Lake of Dreams laser light show that features flaming dragons, water cannons, and more. It is located on FestiveWalk, near the casino in Resorts World Sentosa. After, head up to Imbiah Lookout and take the cable car back across the bay for the evening's final bit of excitement.
Check out Where to Stay in Sentosa Island.
Spend some time outdoors in one of Singapore's popular parks, and sneak a little shopping by heading to one of the city's massive malls.
Merlion Park in Marina Bay is a great place to let the kids run around a bit. They'll love the Merlion statue, a combination of fish and lion that symbolizes Singapore.
While you're in Marina Bay, take a spin on the Singapore Flyer. The enclosed capsules take you way up into the sky for a great view of the entire city. Some say you can even see all the way to Malaysia when the weather is right.
Orchard Road, one of Singapore's most famous shopping districts, not only offers a wide array of designer goods for adults, it is also the location of the Forum shopping mall. This mall is almost entirely dedicated to children, with a massive toy store, a playground on the second floor, and plenty of kid's activities. There are electronic, jewellery, and clothing stores for grown-ups as well. If you have trendy teenagers travelling with you, take them to Hareen at 260 Orchard Road for a wide array of the hippest fashions.
Finish up your shopping and grab a bite to eat at Orchard Central, a massive complex with the whole floor at level six devoted entirely to food. If you need a burst of adrenaline, take a climb on the world's tallest indoor rock-climbing wall. Pick up some new video games at the Funz Center(#05-43/44), some natural handmade soap at the Soap Ministry(B2-07/08), and some funky home decor at Oddjects(B2-44/45/46). If clothes's shopping is on your agenda, the mall offers over 60 different stores to choose from.
If you have more days to stay, you may want to check out the following self-guided tours.
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