Cheekiemonkies blogger dad Kelvin Ang shares his family’s favourite places

May 07, 2016
  • Blogger dad Kelvin Ang shares his family's favourite places
    1 / 5 Blogger dad Kelvin Ang shares his family's favourite places

    Kelvin Ang is one of the most prominent daddy bloggers in Singapore – you probably know him better as the Cheekiemonkies guy.

    The financial planner and author of Got Kids, Go Where? Guidebook has 3 kids: Ashton, 10, Ayden, nine, and Alethea, five.

    Here, he shares his favourite family hangouts.

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  • Gardens by the Bay
    2 / 5 Gardens by the Bay

    “This play haven is by far my kids’ favourite outdoor park in Singapore, as it contains integrated play equipment and water play features spread over four main play zones – Adventure Trail, Rainforest Treehouses, Toddler Play Zone and Water Play.
    There are obstacles to conquer, tree houses to climb, slides to whiz down, and a sprawling water play area with water splines, a hydro vault, and orchid-shaped splash buckets. All for free!”

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  • Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
    3 / 5 Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

    “An extensive network of trails, viewing towers and observation hides makes this the perfect place for families to learn more about mangrove swamps. Our fave is the new Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve extension as it is more kid-friendly, with three different boardwalks.”

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  • Changi Airport
    4 / 5 Changi Airport

    “This must be one of the few airports in the world where people go for meals, shop or just hang out even if they are not flight-bound.
    It is chock-full of activities for children – including indoor playgrounds, the world’s tallest slide in an airport, and the mesmerising Kinetic Rain sculpture. Children who love trains can hop on the Skytrain and shuttle among the three terminals easily.”

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  • Lazarus Island
    5 / 5 Lazarus Island

    “Where can one go to find an 800m stretch of paradise without having to ‘chop’ their passport? The answer lies in Lazarus, a little-known island tucked between St John’s and Kusu islands. For a day’s worth of off-the-beaten-track kind of fun for the kids, this is truly one gem that offers a peaceful day getaway from the mainland. All of us love the place for its serenity, pristine beach and scenic views.”

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    (Photos of attractions: The Singapore Press Holdings)

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