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5 Places To Take Your Little Ones To For An Ultimate Day Of Fun This September

Play | Sep 7th, 2016 |

September holidays are here! Time to treat your little ones to a fun day out. Here’s a nifty list of 5 places in the West you can take your kids to without breaking the bank.
1. Zoom Park AsiaZoom Park Asia - singaporewest.sg
At Singapore’s largest indoor trampoline park, let your little one work up a sweat in an entertaining way. According to a NASA study, a 10-minute jump on a trampoline is equivalent to a 30-minute run! At the approximately 20,000-square feet Zoom Park Asia, one will never run out of activities to do with their 10 attractions available, including a trampoline dodgeball court, high performance trampoline mats, basketball slam dunk lanes, parkour walls, tumble tracks and a lateral rock wall.
Prices start from an affordable $14 for an hour on a non peak day (Mon – Thurs & eve of PH), or $17 on peak days (Fri – Sun & PH).
Opening hours: Monday: 3pm – 9pm, Tue – Thur: 10am – 9pm, Fri & Eve of PH: 10am – 10pm, Sat 9am – 10pm, Sun & PH: 9am – 9pm
Address: 200 Pandan Gardens, #01-14, Singapore 609336
2. KidsSTOP at Singapore Science CentreKidsSTOP at Singapore Science Centre - singaporewest.sg
Let your little tot learn science the fun way! Dubbed Singapore’s first science centre catered specifically for children between 18 months and 8 years old, your kids will enjoy a day of nonstop exploration and excitement at KidsSTOP. Your children can operate a crane, excavate a T-Rex, fly an aeroplane, appear in a Jurassic Park movie, and so much more. They’ll only be limited by their own imagination!
For admission charges, click here for more information.
Opening hours: 9.30am – 1.30pm, 2pm – 6pm daily
Address: 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433
3. The RinkThe Rink - singaporewest.sg
Seek respite from the heat by chilling out at JCube’s ice skating rink, The Rink. Remember to layer enough clothing before entering the winter wonderland!
The well-equipped ice skating rink has a range of rental options from gloves to skates available, so you can simply rent what you need at a pocket-friendly price. Fret not if the kiddos are unable to ice skate as they do provide lessons. What’s more, skating aids are also available in the form of adorable “penguin”, “seal” and “snowman” for children of varying ages, so they’ll be able to ice skate like a pro in no time and whizz about in the Olympic-sized rink.
If your children are interested in taking ice skating classes, The Rink’s Kids Learn-To-Skate programme offers a progressive series of basic ice skating levels that is customized for kids from ages 3 to 5 as well as Learn-To-Skate Core Blades (Basic) lessons that are tailored for children ages 6 years and above. More information on the programmes can be found here.
Opening hours: Public Skating sessions and opening hours can be found here.
Address: 2 Jurong East Central 1, #03-11, JCube Singapore 609731 (The Rink)
4.  Westgate Wonderland Westgate Wonderland - singaporewest.sg
Enter Singapore’s largest thematic rooftop mall playground located on Level 4 of Westgate. The 11,000-square-foot outdoor playground adopts a Fantasy Garden Theme and offers several features, such as a 10-metre tall tree house and oversized replicas of flora and fauna, which will help stretch your child’s imagination. Stay till nightfall, where the magic comes alive with special lighting and sound effects that will teleport your little ones to a true wonderland.
Best of all, admission is free!
Opening hours: 10am – 10pm daily
Address: Westgate, 3 Gateway Drive, #04-00, Singapore 608532 (Westgate Wonderland)
5.  DiggersiteDiggersite - singaporewest.sg
At Diggersite, kids can be Bob The Builder for a day and operate a real-life working excavator in air-conditioned comfort, where they get to develop skills such as hand-eye coordination.
This activity is recommended for kids two years and above, and kids under age six must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Each station is priced at $7, with a bundle promotion of $18 for 3 rides.
So hurry down to Diggersite at JCube for a day of fun-filled activity with your children!
Opening hours: 10am – 10pm
Address: JCube, 2 Jurong East Central 1, #03-17 Singapore 609731 (Diggersite)

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