Where to go with kids in Singapore: December 2018

December 11, 2018
  • Christmas with Tayo Bus @ Rochester Mall
    1 / 39 Christmas with Tayo Bus @ Rochester Mall

    Hop on for a fun-filled afternoon with Tayo Bus characters in this event presented by Rochester Mall and organised by Young Parents.

    Get in on the action at level 1, where a carnival of exciting activities, such as life-sized tic-tac-toe and Jenga will leave your youngsters returning for more. Pop in at the kids’ rides zone and pick up tips on riding different vehicles and road safety. Up on level 3, a crafts zone promises to keep the tots entertained. Take photos of Tayo and Rogi when they come on stage at 1pm and 3.30pm. Dec 1, 12pm to 5pm. Free admission.

    FIND OUT MORE www.youngparents.com.sg/event

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  • Marina Bay Sands
    2 / 39 Marina Bay Sands

    Watch Santa Claus “fly” his magical sleigh into the Future World at the Artscience Museum, or let the kids bring Santa to “life” to deliver gifts. These fun activities are part of the festive updates at this ongoing exhibition of high-tech interactive artworks from Dec 1 to the first week of January 2019. Usual admission charges apply.

    While you’re at Marina Bay Sands, make sure to drop by the Digital Light Canvas, where you can help “decorate” the 14-metre tall light sculpture there using your smartphone. Until Dec 26, $5 per entry (kids under two enter free and so do Future World ticket holders).

    FIND OUT MORE www.marinabaysands.com/museum.html

     

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  • Jurong Bird Park
    3 / 39 Jurong Bird Park

    Sorry, Rudolph, penguins are the stars of the show in Jurong Bird Park’s holiday programmes. These adorable birds will entertain both young and old with their lovable antics, such as catching bubbles at the Get Bubbly with Us performance. And if you’re lucky, come face to beak with them during Penguin Encounter sessions.

    For more memorable moments together, check out Watch Us Light Up the Big Screen, and catch an animated movie under the stars together. Usual admission charges apply. 

    FIND OUT MORE www.birdpark.com.sg/truecolours

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  • Christmas Wonderland
    4 / 39 Christmas Wonderland

    This year’s annual festive fair promises to be bigger and better, with an upsized Santa’s Grotto – the biggest of its kind in Asia – featuring Instagrammable installations and a larger outdoor skating rink. The kids will love experiencing “snow”, exploring gingerbread inflatable houses and taking part in traditional carnival games, among other highlights. Tickets prices start from $4 online and up to two kids under 0.9m enter free for every paying adult; family tickets are available.
    Nov 30 to Dec 26, Gardens by the Bay.

    FIND OUT MORE https://www.christmaswonderland.sg

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  • A Singapore Carol
    5 / 39 A Singapore Carol

    What’s Christmas without a heartwarming musical? W!ld Rice puts a local spin on Charles Dicken’s iconic A Christmas Carol in this family-friendly stage production. Broadway Beng’s Sebastian Tan takes on the lead character of miserly millionaire S.K. Loo, who – like Scrooge – is visited by three spirits on Christmas Eve. Expect loads of laughter and catchy songs.

    The Dec 9 show will be performed in Singapore Sign Language. Tickets start from $70; student discounts available. Nov 23 to Dec 15, Victoria Theatre.

    FIND OUT MORE  www.tinyurl.com/ASingaporeCarol

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  • Poinsettia Wishes featuring Disney Tsum Tsum floral display
    6 / 39 Poinsettia Wishes featuring Disney Tsum Tsum floral display

    Disney Tsum Tsum adds a sprinkling of magic to the Christmas floral display at Gardens by the Bay. In this festive floral display, Olaf makes himself at home with a snowy landscape of poinsettias, Christmas berries and holly, Dumbo takes flight with a sled full of presents, while Mickey and his pals try to stack themselves up to decorate the tallest live Christmas! Admission charges to Flower Dome apply. Until Jan 6, 2019.

    FIND OUT MORE www.gardensbythebay.com.sg

     

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  • Orchard Road Christmas Light Up 2018
    7 / 39 Orchard Road Christmas Light Up 2018

    The world-famous light-up, which stretches from Tanglin Mall to Plaza Singapura, is led this year by Disney icons such as Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, as well as your favourite characters from animation hits like Toy Story
    and Frozen. Stop by the Santa House, where the kids can enjoy craft activities or get to say hi to Santa Claus. Until Jan 1, 2019. 

    FIND OUT MORE www.orchardroad.org/christmas

     

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  • Future World: Where Art Meets Science
    8 / 39 Future World: Where Art Meets Science

    Kids will love the new artworks at Singapore’s largest digital art exhibition. The Nature gallery has been rebuilt from scratch to accommodate stunning interactive installations such as a six-metre-high “waterfall”, where the water’s direction changes at the slightest touch of your hand. What a fun way to learn about biodiversity! A family ticket for two adults and two kids costs $54.

    ArtScience Museum.

    Find out more www.marinabaysands.com/artsciencemuseum

     

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  • Ion Orchard
    9 / 39 Ion Orchard

    After taking in the new Disney-themed Christmas light-up along Orchard Road, take the kids to Ion Orchard, which has a gorgeous 14m-tall Cartier ferris wheel featuring its iconic red boxes. While you can’t take a ride, it’s worth queuing up for the photo booth, where you can take fun selfies and receive a free printout and e-mail copies (until Jan 1, 2019). We suggest going at night, when you can see all its 2,688 lights in their full glory.

    Stop by the adjacent Christmas Park that’s made for festive OOTDs, stay for the Ion Sparklers’ energetic dances (think The Rockettes) and other entertainment (now until Dec 25). If you love art, take the family to the mall’s Virtually Versailles digital exhibition, which brings to life the splendours of French culture and history for the first time in Singapore (until Jan 6, 2019).

    Find out more www.ionorchard.com

     

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  • Evening Chorus at Kranji Marshes
    10 / 39 Evening Chorus at Kranji Marshes

    Learn about different species in these marsh, woodland and grass habitats in this free tour. Participants will be guided on a 3km walk through an ecologically sensitive conservation area not usually open to the public. It is not recommended for young children without supervision.

    Dec 8, 4.30pm – 6.30pm, Kranji Gate, 11 Neo Tiew Lane 2

    Registration is compulsory and visitors who turn up without first registering will be turned away. E-mail nparks_sbwr@nparks.gov.sg or call 67941401.

    Find out more  For more details, visit www.nparks.gov.sg

     

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  • The Little Prince in the Dark
    11 / 39 The Little Prince in the Dark

    As part of an ongoing exhibition celebrating the 75th anniversary of the French classic The Little Prince (Le Petit Prince), by writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, a special dark room displays five sculptures depicting characters from the book. Visitors, including the visually impaired, will get a tactile experience of the story. Free for Singaporeans and PRs.

    Saturdays from Nov 17 till Dec 22; various times,Singapore Philatelic Museum

    Find out more www.spm.org.sg

     

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  • The Grinch
    12 / 39 The Grinch

    How does one steal Christmas? So that he gets to enjoy some peace and quiet during the festive season, the Grinch decides to pose as Santa Claus and disrupt the celebrations. He runs into Cindy Lou, who plans to trap Santa Claus on Christmas Eve so she can thank him for helping her overworked mother. This heart-warming movie about optimism and friendship stars Benedict Cumberbatch and is based on the eponymous classic by Dr Seuss.

    November 29.

    Find out more www.grinchmovie.com

     

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  • Sleeping Beauty
    13 / 39 Sleeping Beauty

    You know the story: Princess Aurora is cursed to fall into a deep sleep for 100 years on her 16th birthday after pricking her finger, and must be awakened by a true love’s kiss. Presented by the Singapore Dance Theatre, this ballet production  is set to the enchanting score by Peter Tchaikovsky performed by the Metropolitan Festival Orchestra. Tickets start from $35; concessions are available.

    December 6 to 9, Esplanade Theatre.

    Find out more www.singaporedancetheatre.com

     

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  • Eiichiro Oda presents Hello, One Piece Luffy is here!
    14 / 39 Eiichiro Oda presents Hello, One Piece Luffy is here!

    One Piece is a Japanese manga adventure written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda. It is a story about Luffy, who forms the Straw Hat Pirates with his friends and embarks on an adventure to become the Pirate King by finding the mysterious treasure known as “One Piece”.

    This exhibition is headlined by a replica of Oda’s desk, and a virtual reality experience of Oda at work. It introduces Oda’s art to both fans of One Piece and anyone who is keen to discover more about this colourful world.

    November 27 to January 1, 2019, Maritime Experiential Museum at Resorts World Sentosa.

    Find out more www.rwsentosa.com/onepiece

     

     

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  • Passion@KampongGlam
    15 / 39 Passion@KampongGlam

    Passion@KampongGlam is a weekend series of experiences dedicated to bringing out the district’s best through a carefully curated programme of food, music and cultural activities designed to appeal to both young and old.

    Activities take place from Friday to Sunday, from 4pm to 6pm, on a stage in front of the Singapore Visitor Centre on Bussorah Street. Kids will be especially delighted with games and cultural performances on Sunday.

    Until March 17, 2019.

    Find out more www.passionATkampongglam.com.sg

     

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  • The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
    16 / 39 The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

    Take the kids to visit the adorable Fullerton Teddy Bear Collectibles Christmas Tree at the hotel lobby. Standing five metres tall with over 450 teddy bears wrapped around it, this structure is now officially the tallest tree in Singapore made of teddy bears, according to the Singapore Book of Records.

    While you’re there, you might even get to pose with the hotel’s two bear mascots, who will make their rounds regularly. Check out its festive offerings here.

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  • The Great Christmas Village at Ngee Ann City
    17 / 39 The Great Christmas Village at Ngee Ann City

    After a successful first run last year, the Great Christmas Village is back again for 2018. Expect the same winning combo of live music, delicious food, seasonal shopping and kids’ activities. Kids can delight themselves at themed rides like the Great Carousel, Pirate Ship and London Train, in-between visits to Hitachi House for complimentary craft sessions and to catch a glimpse of Santa himself.

    Nov 15 to Dec 26 at Ngee Ann City Civic Plaza

    Find out more https://www.orchardroad.org/christmas/en/christmas-village.php

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  • Pop-up Christmas Market at Marina Bay Sands 
    18 / 39 Pop-up Christmas Market at Marina Bay Sands 

    Marina Bay Sands’ first ever Christmas Market sees an array of festive goodies, gourmet ingredients and brand merchandise from 12 signature restaurants at Marina Bay Sands.Make it a fun day out with the family and hang at the specially dedicated kids area which has an arts and craft corner and a bouncy castle. Santa Claus and carollers will be in the midst to entertain the crowd.

    Dec 1 to 2 at Sands Expo and Convention Centre foyer (outside Halls A – C)

    Find out more https://www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/festive-dining.html

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  • Christmas Market at Bugis Junction
    19 / 39 Christmas Market at Bugis Junction

    A gigantic 10-metre tall Christmas tree-shaped centrepiece at Bugis Square will be accompanied by life-sized To-Fu Oyako characters decked in festive outfits for that perfect photo op. Get your wefies settled in a mirrored space within the centrepiece that is filled with countless strings of multi-coloured baubles. Then head to the Christmas Market at the fountain area, where you can shop for goodies such as lifestyle and F&B items, accessories, toys and collectibles at 20 booths helmed by both Bugis Junction and external retailers. Try your luck at the carnival game booths there as well.

    Nov 30 to Dec 30 at Bugis Junction Hylam Street Level 1 and Bugis Junction Bugis Square Level 1.

    Find out more https://www.facebook.com/BugisJunctionXBugisPlus/

     

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  • A Hullabaloo Christmas at Tanjong Pagar Centre 
    20 / 39 A Hullabaloo Christmas at Tanjong Pagar Centre 

    A Hullabaloo Christmas sees the Urban Park at Tanjong Pagar Centre transformed into a visual play space by local artist Nur Aida Binte Sa’ad. Your kids will love jumping into the giant urban foam pool, and taking part in a pompom pets workshop. Meanwhile, you can enjoy performances by Sherraine Low, Jarrell Huang and Ecuadorian act Kayna. This event is in collaboration with The Artground, an arts-based kids’ playground.

    Nov 12 to Dec 25 at Tanjong Pagar Centre

    Find out more https://tanjongpagarcentre.com.sg/

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  • Gateway to Space at Junction 8
    21 / 39 Gateway to Space at Junction 8

    Go on a virtual space odyssey and marvel at a walk on an LED starlit path. Try your hand at grabbing $20,000 worth of prizes at the rocket claw machine, and for the ultimate out-of-this-world experience, strap yourself in for a twisting, turning ride through VR space. Every $50 spent at the mall grants you a pass to one of these space-themed stations — along with $10 credit you can use at the Galactic Christmas Market.

    From Nov 19 to Dec 2 

    Find out more https://www.capitaland.com/sg/malls/junction8/en.html

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  • Singapore Dog Festival: A Canine Christmas  at The Grandstand
    22 / 39 Singapore Dog Festival: A Canine Christmas  at The Grandstand

    Featuring the first-ever Christmas-themed night market for dogs, the inaugural Singapore Dog Festival celebrates the unique local dog culture found here in Singapore. Expect a lineup of homegrown and international vendors, educational talks by experts, sharing sessions with fellow dog owners and other fun family and child-friendly activities. This is going to be the happiest Christmas for your pooch yet.

    Dec 14 to 16 at The Grandstand Outdoor Event Space

    Find out more https://www.facebook.com/events/348500085889523/

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  • Hansel and Gretel’s Winter Adventure at Snow City
    23 / 39 Hansel and Gretel’s Winter Adventure at Snow City

    Chock full of fun activities such as mascot meet-and-greets, Hansel & Gretel storytelling, science demos and Christmas carols, there’s plenty of fun for the entire family. Be sure to catch the highlights — live snowfall, and blizzard and wind chill simulation — so the little ones can see for themselves what a wintery Christmas is truly like. It’s the next best thing to the real deal.

    From Nov 17 to Jan 1 at Snow City

    Find out more http://www.snowcity.com.sg/whats-on/events/

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  • Prudential Marina Bay Carnival at Marina Bay
    24 / 39 Prudential Marina Bay Carnival at Marina Bay

    The Prudential Marina Bay Carnival is known for its satisfying carnival thrills, exciting visual spectacles and lip-smacking snacks and treats. This year, the event returns with 50 rides and game stalls, so even the most hardcore carnival fan will be satisfied. Ready for a change of pace? Run along and seek out the many arts and crafts workshops led by a selection of local creators for a different but no less satisfying thrill.

    Dec 22, 2018 to March 24, 2019 at Bayfront Event Space, Marina Bay

    Find out more https://marinabaycarnival.sg/

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  • Books Kinokuniya
    25 / 39 Books Kinokuniya

    Visit Books Kinokuniya’s main store at Ngee Ann City on Dec 1 to meet your kid’s favourite new authors. At 2pm, meet Dr Mo Dirani, co-author of The Plano Adventures: Trouble In Murktown for an educational and entertaining session at 2pm. At 3pm, listen to storytelling and participate in a craft session with Leila Boukarim and Barbara Moxham, the author and illustrator, respectively, of A Warm Christmas. 4pm is when you can meet The Gruffalo in person and join the storytelling and related activities, as well as pick up cool merchandise.

    On Dec 8, visit the main story at 2pm as Neil Humphries shares more about his latest kid’s book, Princess Incognito: A Royal Pain in the Class.

    Find out more http://kinokuniya.com.sg/whats-on/

     

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  • Nordic-Asia Christmas Festival 2018
    26 / 39 Nordic-Asia Christmas Festival 2018

    Say Merry Christmas to a Santa from Finland at the Nordic-Asia Christmas Festival 2018 at Millenia Walk’s main atrium from Dec 3 to 9, 2018. He will make an appearance every hour from 1 to 9pm on Dec 7 and Dec 8.

    Organised by The Next Twenty Group and its food and lifestyle subsidiary, Nordic Nature Singapore, the festival features Nordic products that are here for the first time.

    Check out the Finnair Cube, a multimedia display of music and lighting inspired by the magical elements of Christmas and the Northern Lights. Record your festive greetings there too. And take a virtual tour of Helsinki at the festival as well.

    Find out more https://www.facebook.com/events/1182941898527746/

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  • Glowing Ocean at S.E.A. Aquarium
    27 / 39 Glowing Ocean at S.E.A. Aquarium

    Meet Scuba Santa at South-East Asia’s First Glowing Ocean at S.E.A. Aquarium, Resorts World Sentosa. It’s an experiential journey featuring mesmerising sea jellies, colourful corals and deep-sea creatures brought to life in a holographic experience.

    At The Glow Room, for example, discover why some fish glow. At Imaginarium, let your imagination run wild as you explore ocean habitats.

    Find out more https://www.rwsentosa.com

    Photo: ST

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  • BookFest@Singapore 2018
    28 / 39 BookFest@Singapore 2018

    It’s “Singapore’s largest book and stationery fair” for good reason. Spanning 130,000 sq ft, you’ll find deals on books, stationery, entertainment, tech products, tidbits and more. Your kids can meet Bumblebee from Transformers, Pikachu and Kongsun, join the Geronimo Stilton Zumba Party, and take part in colouring contests featuring Pokemon Adventures Sun & Moon, Mickey Mouse and Peppa Pig. Stock up on Christmas gifts at its Toys Neverland, too.

    Dec 14 to 23, Suntec Convention Hall 401 to 406

    Find out more http://www.bookfestsingapore.com/

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  • TBB Safari
    29 / 39 TBB Safari

    Your little ones will adore the fun, glamping theme of TBB Safari, Tiong Bahru Bakery’s newest branch. Situated in the same compound as Open Door Policy, it serves its signature French pastries as well as exclusive new concoctions – such as Instagrammable lattes (from $6) that even the kids can enjoy. Take a walk around the garden that grows some of the ingredients used in the dishes, and say hello to the resident bunnies, too.

    Visit www.tiongbahrubakery.com

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  • PS Invaders 
    30 / 39 PS Invaders 

    Take the kids to Singapore’s largest indoor drone festival at Plaza Singapura, organised together with Science Centre Singapore. Inside the 12-metre high indoor drone cage, you can take part in drone-flying activities and watch exciting aerial shows, including the drone Christmas medley at 8pm. There are also drone workshops for kids. From now until Dec 16. Also, meet Santa on Dec 22 and 23 from 2.15pm to 4pm.

    Find out more https://www.capitaland.com/sg/malls/plazasingapura/en.html

     

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  • Viesta! The New York Edition 2018
    31 / 39 Viesta! The New York Edition 2018

    Inspired by New York City, Vivocity has turned its outdoor Plaza into an outdoor skating rink. Measuring 35m by 10m, the rink features an 8m-tall Christmas tree and playlists that change every night. You can book your skate sessions in advance, too (tickets start from $12 for 30 minutes). If you just want to watch, buy viewing gallery tickets.

    From Dec 7 to 25. Opens at 4.30pm; closing times vary.

    Find out more www.vivocity.com.sg/viestaskating

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  • Great World City
    32 / 39 Great World City

    Do your kids like HappiPlayground? Take them to meet the eco-warrior characters from this popular Hong Kong cartoon for free at Great World City on Dec 8, 9, 15, 16, 22 and 23, at 1pm and 5pm. Spend at least $150 at the mall and enjoy a tea party with them on Dec 8, 15 and 22, too. There are also Christmas ornament workshops and an augmented reality experience, which are free if you spend at least $50. While you’re there, check out some of the new tenants in the mall, which is being upgraded in phases.

    Find out more https://www.greatworldcity.com.sg/

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  • Tommillusions at Picotin
    33 / 39 Tommillusions at Picotin

    If the kids won’t sit still for a meal, take them to family-friendly restaurant, Picotin . They’ll be thrilled by the hilarious stage antics of local magician Tommillusions, who will even come up to your table to do parlour tricks up close – and trust us, you will be astounded. He performs on selected dates at both the Joo Chiat and Bukit Timah branches from now until April 2019.

    Find out more Picton Bukit Timah and Joo Chiat 

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  • Star Island Singapore Countdown Edition
    34 / 39 Star Island Singapore Countdown Edition

    Say goodbye to 2018 with a larger-than-life, multi-sensory fireworks musical at Marina Bay on New Year’s Eve presented by entertainment conglomerate Avex Group. Titled Star Island Singapore Countdown Edition, this is the first time the Star Island extravaganza is presented outside of Japan. Experience a theatrical extravaganza, where a multi-layered story narrative will be choreographed to a myriad of artistic performances and futuristic hanabi (fireworks in Japanese) against the Marina Bay skyline, coupled with laser projection and 3D sound technology boosted by more than 200 special speakers as part of the sci-fi experience. Every ticket holder will be able to enjoy their pre-party programme, which includes a marketplace with F&B stalls, family-friendly activities, as well as roving performances that will begin at 5pm. Tickets range from S$38 to S$148 (for VIP experience that includes catered F&B).

    Find out more Apactix

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  • Toys “R” Us: Quiet hour, Club Rainbow donations and Bumblebee
    35 / 39 Toys “R” Us: Quiet hour, Club Rainbow donations and Bumblebee

    Toys “R” Us is every kids’ dream, and this year, it’s making Christmas a lot more meaningful. Its Vivocity outlet will open on Dec 16 at 9am, an hour earlier, to allow families with special needs children to shop at their own pace. This year, you can make a contribution to Club Rainbow beneficiaries when you have your gifts wrapped, too. Check out the Big Toy Book catalogue for the hottest toys of the season, and take photos with a life-sized display of Bumblebee at the Vivocity store, too. That branch will open until 2am on Dec 21 as well.

    Find out more https://www.facebook.com/toysrus.sg/

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  • Marina Square: Robocar Poli live show, meet and greet
    36 / 39 Marina Square: Robocar Poli live show, meet and greet

    Got a Robocar Poli fan at home? Take Junior down to Marina Square to watch the Robocar Poli Christmas Live Show – The Best Brooms Town Christmas Ever until Dec 16. It’s on at 3pm and 7pm on Tueday to Wednesday, and at 1pm, 3pm and 7pm on all other days. Be among the first 60 families in the queue – at least 20 minutes before each show – to score meet and greet passes. There’s also a Christmas toy and gift fair at the central atrium that’s on until Jan 1, 2019.

    Find out more www.facebook.com/MarinaSquare.Singapore/

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  • Playeum
    37 / 39 Playeum

    Pay what you wish to enter Playeum, Children’s Centre for Creativity on two Sundays in December. The usual admission is $22 per child with free admission for one adult (additional adults pays $10), but here’s your chance to donate generously to this charity and let your kids enjoy its current Going Play-ces exhibition at the same time.

    Admission by donation only on Dec 16 and 23; usual admission applies on other days.

    Find out more www.playeum.com

     

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  • Bumblee movie
    38 / 39 Bumblee movie

    Transformers fans, unite! Adorable Autobot Bumblebee gets his own movie in this prequel to the first Transformers movie, which has received warm reviews in the United States. The plot: It’s the year 1987 and Bumblee seeks refuge in a junkyard in California after the Decepticons ambush the Autobots on Cybertron. There, he’s revived by Charlie (Hailee Steinfeld), who discovers that he’s more than just a beat-up old Volkswagen. Opens Dec 20 in cinemas.

    Find out more https://www.paramount.com/movies/bumblebee

     

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  • Capitol Singapore and Chijmes
    39 / 39 Capitol Singapore and Chijmes

    Watch a free Christmas show about how Rudolph the reindeer became Santa’s best helper. Rudolph’s Heroic Journey with Friends will be performed by Kraccapela silk aerialists at the Arcade@The Capitol Kempinski on level 1. Only on Dec 24 and 25 at 7pm. Or drop by any day fron now until Dec 25 (7pm to 9pm) to see Christmas carolers and stilt walkers at Capitol Singapore. Over at Chijmes, catch its Christmas music and light projection show, which is on daily at 8pm, 9pm and 10pm.

    Find out more http://www.capitolpiazza.com/ and http://chijmes.com.sg/

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