There are so many things happening each month in Singapore. Whether it is things to do around town, activities for the kids or product launches, here’s our list of what’s new and happening around the city for the whole family.
Just for Kids
Stand a chance to enjoy three months of free access to pay-to-view content on the new Da Vinci Kids app. The app features fun and educational content for kids aged six to 12. Download it on the Apple Store or Google Play and enter special code “DVKEXPATSG”. Only 25 iOS and 25 Android subscriptions are up for grabs!
Universal Studios Singapore has teamed up with Netflix to bring Stranger Things to life at Halloween Horror Nights this year. Returning for its eighth edition from 27 September to 31 October, the event will feature five haunted houses, three live shows and two scare zones. Experience the supernatural and some of the most terrifying tales in Asian folklore such as the legend of the Pontianak. Standard tickets start from $58. halloweenhorrornights.com.sg
Broadway smash The Lion King returns to Singapore from 27 June to 23 September this year as part of its 20th anniversary international tour. Look forward to brilliant choreography and the spectacular score by award-winning artists Sir Elton John and Tim Rice. Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands. Tickets from $65 from marinabaysands.com and Sistic.
Offering an experiential, engaging and child-centred international curriculum, The Children’s Place provides fun Mandarin lessons for children, along with a special visual arts programme. The centre is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. To commemorate the milestone, it’s offering a $250 discount (well over 50 percent) on registration fees for all new students from now until 31 October 2018. 19 Kay Siang Road. 6472 3788 | thechildrensplace.com.sg