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Back from your exciting overseas travels and feeling a tad bluesy? Don’t be! July is a fabulous month to spend in Singapore: we’re just one month away from celebrating our nation’s birthday at what may be the year’s biggest birthday party yet, and it’s never too early to kickstart the celebrations by making some red-and-white dishes for a wonderful stay-in activity for starters!

You can also keep the kids (and yourselves) happy and occupied all month long, checking out the National Museum of Singapore’s latest immersive exhibition, having loads of fun at the first parent-child race after a two year hiatus, grooving it out at the electrifying Music Forever exhibition at Jewel, and keeping cool at recently re-opened water playgrounds all over our island.

FFL Red and White Recipes 2022

Red and white dessert

Cook up a red-and-white storm with the kids!

Spend some time this July creating some red-and-white themed dishes with the kids to get right in the spirit of National Day with #FFLRedandWhiteRecipes2022, while creating some precious memories together! Keep a lookout for updates on our page, follow us on Facebook and Instagram for exciting contests and activities from 15 July onwards.

“Off/On: Everyday Technology That Changed Our Lives” Exhibition

Now till 30 October
National Museum of Singapore, Exhibition Gallery, Basement Level

national museum of singapore

Image source: National Museum of Singapore

Meander through the decades at the National Museum’s latest exhibition featuring technology that changed our lives from the 1970s till now. This immersive exhibition recreates nostalgic scenes right out of history that your children can be a part of, complete with realistic sound effects. The children will especially love trying their hand at the games scattered throughout the exhibit, which will help them experience for themselves how some of these devices from yesteryear worked.

TriFactor Kids Run, presented by Kiztopia

9 & 10 July
Bay East Garden (Under Benjamin Sheares Bridge)


Image source: Kiztopia Facebook

Put on your running shoes–both for yourself and your little one–and get ready to take part in the parent-child TriFactor Kids Run this month! You’ll be running along the scenic Bay East Garden at the Gardens by the Bay, while Kiztopia mascots cheer you and your little ones on for that extra boost in their legs! As added incentive, there will be fun game booths and even Kiztopia’s signature bouncy castle to look forward to after the run. This is the first parent-child race in two long years since the start of Covid, so you’ll definitely want to check this out!

Music Forever at Jewel Changi Airport

Now till 17 July
Jewel Changi Airport

BTS Jewel Changi

Image source: Jewel Changi Airport

Light up your senses at Jewel Changi Airport this July, yes, even if you're not a fan of K-pop giants BTS! Jewel's iconic rain vortex will feature a specially curated K-pop light and sound show, while the Shiseido Cloud Forest and Canopy Walk has been dressed up with interactive LINE BT21 installations. It's a sensory feast that your children (big and small!) will adore.

Check out a newly (re-)opened water playground

water playground

Image source: Singapore Sports Hub

Kids and the young-at-heart can rejoice! If you’ve been keeping up with local happenings, you’ll have noticed a slew of water playgrounds re-opening in recent times. Previously closed due to the ongoing pandemic, iconic water playgrounds like those at Gardens by the Bay, the Zoo, the Singapore Science Centre, and the Singapore Sports Hub that have been closed for the past two years are now open for some splashing good times again.

PS: There are even some new water play areas that have opened–check out Play@Heights Park a mega wet and dry playground in Toa Payoh that promises hours of fun for the family; and the new dino-themed water playground at Causeway Pointcomplete with a volcano to keep the thrill level high!