5 kid-friendly things to do this weekend (Jan 14 to 15, 2017)

By Hannah   — January 12, 2017
  • Gudetama Café Singapore grand opening
    1 / 5 Gudetama Café Singapore grand opening

    If you’re fan of this lazy egg, make sure to head down for the grand opening of the Gudetama Café Singapore! Meet the official Gudetama Mascot, and explore the interactive mechanical wall at the Food Playfground section. The event also sees the launch of the limited edition Gudetama plush toy, so make sure you grab yours as there are only 500 pieces available. 

    When: Jan 15 2017, 2pm
    Where: Gudetama Café Singapore, Suntec City, 3E Temasek Boulevard Singapore
    Price: Pay for what you order
    Website: www.facebook.com/gudetamacafesg 

    Related: What you need to know about the Gudetama cafe in Singapore

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  • Seletar Mall: Chinese New Year Fair and Avengers Showcase
    2 / 5 Seletar Mall: Chinese New Year Fair and Avengers Showcase

    If you haven’t done your Chinese New Year shopping, head down to Seletar Mall’s Chinese New Year Fair, where you can pick and choose from your favourite Chinese New Year goodies and merchandise. If you’re worried about the little ones getting bored while shopping, a showcase of a life-size Hulk from The Avenegers will keep the kids entertained. Spend a minimum of $88 at the mall to redeem a cute plushie too. 

    When: Jan 13-26 2017
    Where: The Seletar Mall, 33 Sengkang West Ave 
    Price: Free
    Website: www.theseletarmall.com  

    Related: 4 cool playgrounds in Toa Payoh and Bishan 

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  • Playeum: A World Full of Stories
    3 / 5 Playeum: A World Full of Stories

    Take your kids to Playeum Children’s Centre for Creativity, which has a new exhibition – its third – since it launched in September 2015. Titled A World Full of Stories, its interactive, open-ended installations aim to foster children’s love of stories through role play, story-making, illustration, writing, drama and puppetry.

    When: Now till April 30 2017
    Where: Playeum Children’s Centre for Creativity, Blk 47, #01-23 Gillman Barracks
    Price: $22 per child with one accompanying adult, additional adults $10
    Website: www.playeum.com 

    Related: Review: Playeum’s A World Full of Stories exhibition for kids 

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  • 10th International Lion Dance competition
    4 / 5 10th International Lion Dance competition

    One of the highly anticipated events each year, catch top international troupes as they fight for the title of the ’King of Lions’. This year sees the most teams competing, with teams from Vietnam, Macau and even Australia taking part in the competition. Tickets sell out fast, so make sure to get yours before it’s too late!

    When: Jan 14-15 2017,  6:30pm-10:30pm
    Where: Carpark at Banda Street
    Price: $10 for a single show or $15 for two shows (tickets available at Kreta Ayer Community Club and Chinatown Visitor Centre)

    Related: 5 family-friendly things to do at the Chinatown Chinese New Year 2017 celebrations 

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  • Harry Potter Collecting Magic: From Stamps to Wands
    5 / 5 Harry Potter Collecting Magic: From Stamps to Wands

    If you’re a fan of the Harry Potter series, make sure to check out this special exhibition, where you can find Harry Potter stamps from all over the world. The exhibition also features a selection of movie memorabilia and collectibles. 

    When: Now till Jun 25 2017, 10am-7pm
    Where: Singapore Philatelic Museum
    Price: $8 for adults and $6 for children 
    Website: http://spm.org.sg 

    Related: 5 things you need to know about the Harry Potter Collecting Magic: From Stamps to Wands exhibition 

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