Tiger Brewery

Tiger Brewery Tour

459 Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim, 639934

Want to know more about Singapore’s signature beer? Take this interactive tour, and discover Tiger Beer’s history and brewing process, while enjoying beer and cider samplings. The usual price is $20, but ANZA members can enter the code TigerRoarsAgain to get a 20% discount.

Home, Truly: Growing Up With Singapore, 1950s to the Present

National Museum of Singapore 

98 Stamford Road, 178897

In inclement weather, it’s well worth a trip to the National Museum to explore fascinating exhibitions and galleries featuring the rich history and culture of Singapore.  Check out the current exhibition, Home, Truly: Growing Up With Singapore, 1950s to the Present in collaboration with The Straits Times, as part of the newspaper’s 175th anniversary.

Holey Moley – fun for both kids and big kids

Holey Moley

3B River Valley Rd, Clarke Quay, Singapore, 179024

Head down to Clarke Quay to try your hand at this two-level indoor golf course, where you can drink, dine and also enjoy a few rounds of fun mini-golf. Each hole has a quirky theme, from Game of Thrones, to the Yellow Brick Road and even a Hawker Centre. 9-holes start at $12, 18 for $24. Check the website for daily deals on golf, drinks and food.

Screening now at the Science Centre

Science Centre

15 Science Centre Road, 609081

An oldie, but a goodie; there’s plenty to amuse families at the Science Centre. Check out the IMAX movie Superpower Dogs, screening at the Omni-Theatre. Narrated by Chris Evans, it looks at the life-saving superpowers and extraordinary bravery of some of the world’s most amazing dogs. Book ahead for all attractions.

National Library kids area

Central Public Library

100 Victoria St, #B1-01 188064

Basement 1 of National Library Building


There’s nothing like curling up with a good book on a rainy day. The national library has something for everyone, with a large manga and YA section for teens, a carpeted kids’ area with a treehouse for reading, and a fantastic selection of adult books, magazines, and reference materials. They also run literary programmes, including book clubs, lunchtime talks and regular storytelling sessions.

Photo credit: Changi Airport Group

Jewel Canopy Park

Changi Airport

Gather the kids for some fun at Jewel Changi Airport’s indoor wonderland, Canopy Park. Located at the top level (L5) the park offers an array of exciting play attractions, including a hedge and mirror maze, canopy bridge, high nets, animal topiary, giant slides, bowls of mist, and a floral fantasia. There is also a ton of eateries and shops to browse the day away.

The Rink offers winter fun all year round

The Rink

2 Jurong East Central 1,

#03-11 JCube, 609731

This Olympic-sized rink maintains its frozen temperatures all year round, making it the ideal spot to escape the heat. With a variety of lessons available, aspiring figure skaters, speed skaters and ice hockey players can achieve greatness on the ice. Rank beginners can grab some cute ice-skating aids in the form of penguins, snowmen and seals for an extra confidence boost.

Rediscover the fun of Roller Disco!


Market Square @ Downtown East,
E!Hub, Level 5
1 Pasir Ris Close 519599

Roller Discos were a hit in the 70s and 80s and the retro pastime is making a comeback. Get your Xanadu on at Hi-Roller Indoor Skating Rink in Pasir Ris. The rink offers inline and roller skates, disco lighting and fun tunes. A two-hour session starts from $17. Book in advance.