Unique Singapore Activities

Have you done Gardens by the Bay and the National Gallery a thousand times? If you’re looking for something new to do in Singapore, KAROLA CLARK has the solution.

Boosting your child’s mental wellbeing in Singapore

All parents in Singapore want their children to grow up happy and strong. Consuming the right food and getting enough exercise can help with your child’s physical health, but what can you do as...

How to Win at Sports Parenting

ANZA Netball’s Michelle Adamson has some tips on how you can support your child’s sports experiences.

Dover Court Outdoor Education Programme

Dover Court International School believes that outdoor education and expeditions are integral to a well-rounded education.

Wellness for Kids

Calm and centre your kids with some yoga, meditation or spa experiences designed just for them, writes Karola Clark.

Creating Safe Swimmers

Want your child to be safe and confident in Singapore’s many pools and waterparks? We get the lowdown from leading swim programs, State Swim and Marsden Swim School.

Kids Healthy Eating Made Simple

All parents want their kids to eat a balanced diet, but that can be easier said than done! We chatted to Aussie nutrition experts, Anne Swain and Susan Soulard from The Whole Kitchen, about easy, delicious and healthy food options for the family.

Why is Health Insurance for Kids Important?

Singapore boasts arguably one of the best public healthcare systems in the world. Having said that, parents in the city-state are also faced with the question of whether to buy a private medical insurance...

Summer Camp In Thailand

Live Learn Play or Computer Screen? Consider iCamp Thailand, the first and only American-style residential summer camp in Thailand, for kids ages 8 to 16. iCamp is a unique, American-style summer overnight camp – the first...
Measles Vaccine

Measles – Should You Be Concerned?

With measles cases on the rise, Dr Charu from IMC gives advice on preventing the spread of the disease. What is the difference between measles, mumps and rubella? Measles, mumps and rubella are all caused by...