8 New Attractions for Year End School Holidays


So you decide to skip the VTL option and stay in Singapore.

Despite the ongoing pandemic (when it is ever going to fade?), there are a few new attractions popping up in Singapore. If you are staying in town for this holiday, do keep this list when you are out exploring. 

Do note, as of Oct 13, unvaccinated are not allowed in attractions, malls and standalone stores (not applicable to those 12 and below)

1)  Pop Up Container Hotel @ Downtown East

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Explore a different staycay with a vacay at the East in a pop-up container Hotel. There are 5 unique family suites and 5 couple suites for you to choose from. For entertaining,  you will get 2 complimentary day passes to Wild Wild Wet Water Park. Uncle Ringo carnival will also make a return next door with rides and carnival games.

Read about Pop Up Container Hotel here.


Location
Downtown East Begonia Open Air Carpark


2) Noodle Theme Experience Playground at Eatbox

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If you are missing Japan Cup noodle museum, you can now have a taste of something similar in Singapore. Singapore's first instant noodle themed experience playground opens next to Eatbox, a permanent 9000 sqft boutique version of ARtbox that brings you local treats with a millennial touch. It has 13 instant-grammable installations featuring what else... instant noodles!

Location 
Tekka Place Annex Building, 2 Serangoon Road, Singapore 218227
Price: From $21. Free entry for children below 3 years old.


Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 10am-10pm

Book Tickets here

3) Museum of Ice Cream

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Ice cream fans would love this IG-worthy whimsical backdrop featuring everyone's favourite cold dessert. There are more than 14 multi-sensory installations for you to enjoy as well. As an added bonus, sweet treats are included in your tickets too.

Location
100 Loewen Road
Singapore 248837


Price: From $40 for child, $50 for adults (SRV vouchers can be used)
Book tickets here


4) Pop Up Disney @ Suntec City

Photo Credit: Disney SG


Miss Mickey Mouse and Disneyland? 

Instead of travelling overseas, Mickey will be calling Singapore home for 4 months from November.

There is a pop-up Disney Mickey Celebration at Suntec City from 19 Nov to 20 March. This visually stunning and immersive experience will feature seven different themed experiences. There will be IG friendly spots, Mickey Mouse Magic Room and more.

Location
Level 3, Suntec Convention Centre
1 Raffles Blvd
Singapore 039593


Price: Kids ($20), Adults-above 12 ($25), Multiple Tickets $98 
Buy Tickets here


5) KF1 @ Expo

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Singapore's largest purpose-built go-kart circuit comes to the east. Boosting 750m and 16 corners, it will be a thrill for many. Challenge yourself to break the 1-minute barrier.

Location
Singapore Expo, Carpark H
1 Expo Dr, Singapore 486150


Price : Novice ( 30kph) $28, Advance (50kph) $35 
Driving license required for Advanced. Min height 1.4m
Mon, Tues, Thurs - 1pm-9pm
Fri/Sat/Sun & PH : 10am -9pm

More details here

6) Haw Par Villa

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Haw Par Villa was closed for renovation in Oct 2020. It reopens after a 9-month hiatus after an upgrading. Some upgrades include the Hell's museum. The official relaunch will be on 29-31 Oct.

Location
262 Pasir Panjang Road 

Price: $5 per entry

Website

7) Tulipmania


Tulipmania is back. For those who want to experience a European garden in Sunny Singapore, the Flower Dome will be the place to go.

Location

Flower Dome, Gardens by the bay
Till Nov 14 , 9am-9om
Price: $8 for children / senior citizens. $12 for adults.

8) Art Now @ Raffles Hotel



Located at Raffles Hotel. This state of the art gallery space features whimsical contemporary art, a lifestyle retail store and a member's lounge. If you are in the vicinity, do check it out. Admission is free.

Location 
Raffles Arcade
328 North Bridge Road 02-28-32 
Mon-Sun 12-7pm



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