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Family friendly travelling in Singapore

Most popular areas in Singapore for family-friendly hotels

Singapore is a great city to visit with your family, and has an excellent selection of hotels ready to welcome you and your children. The downtown area has upmarket hotels that are geared up to give the whole family a memorable experience, and the adjacent Marina Bay District is also well worth considering. If you’re looking for a resort style holiday complete with beaches and warm seas, Sentosa Island’s a top choice. It’s just off the mainland and linked to it by a road and rail bridge, as well as a pedestrian boardwalk.

Top family-friendly hotels in Singapore

At the heart of Downtown, the luxury Fairmont Singapore offers a range of facilities for families with children. For parents who fancy an evening out, the hotel offers an in-room babysitting service. Just a few steps from the Fairmont, the Carlton Singapore has spacious rooms, and it too offers babysitting. Family activities include sumptuous weekend lunch buffets with games and crafts for children at Café Mosaic. The PARKROYAL on Pickering, a short walk from Chinatown, offers free cribs and infant beds as well as babysitting services, and features an outdoor pool.

Where to find the best restaurants in Singapore

Although it’s a city with many fine dining restaurants, there are also plenty of less formal options that children and their parents will enjoy in Singapore. Families are more than welcome at the hawker centers that you can find throughout the city. These are informal food courts with a range of stalls selling traditional dishes from a variety of Asian traditions including Malaysian, Thai, Vietnamese, and Chinese. Try the Maxwell Food Center in Chinatown or the Tekka Centre on the edge of Little India.

The most popular things to do in Singapore

Love messing about in the water with your children? Head for Splash @ Kidz Amaze indoor water park. With no less than 5 water slides, there’s lots of fun to be had for children, and entry for those under 18 months is free. Visit the Universal Studios theme park on Sentosa Island for thrilling rides like Ultimate 3D Battle and Transformers The Ride. The park has 7 movie-based experience zones including Madagascar and Sci-Fi City. Singapore Zoo with its natural enclosures, meanwhile, will entertain young and old alike. If you’re looking for free activities, Singapore has some excellent public parks that won’t cost a cent to visit. The Gardens by the Bay, just to the south of Downtown, is a collection of horticultural wonders, and the rolling lawns and tropical vegetation of its Bay East Garden make it an idyllic picnic spot.

Best ways to get around Singapore

Singapore has plenty of taxis which you can hail on the street, catch at one of the many cab ranks, or order by phone. The city also has Uber cabs available by smartphone app as well as taxis from Grab, Uber’s regional competitor. A cheaper method of getting about town is to use the extensive network of buses or the MRT subway system, which is fast and efficient. EZ-link electronic travel cards, which you can top up as needed, are available from many sales points in the city.

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