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Staying in town for the March hols? Never fear, from FamilyTrees to exhibitions like Disney100 and the Mattel Playhouse, we’ve got you covered with a range of activities for kids, couples and parents alike.
Held in collaboration with NParks, FamilyTrees is an initiative which allows you to commemorate the birth of your child by planting a tree within 3 years of their birth date. It’s a great way for the family to bond, celebrate the addition of a new family member-and of course, sow the seeds to a (greener) brighter future. So what are you waiting for? Indicate your interest via this form today.
Valentine’s Day may be over, but no reason to let romance fizzle out—reaffirm your commitment to your relationship with the Families for Life I Still Do Challenge! All you need to do is to complete one of the marriage programmes, and besides helping strengthen your marriage, upon completion you’ll get a $30 shopping voucher and the chance to win a 2D1N Staycation Package!
Do note that to qualify, the marriage programme must be completed by 31 May 2023.
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Got foodies in the family? Grab your aprons and chef hats and get the kids learning how to make some special dishes with ToTT Junior Chef workshops. These workshops are catered to parents and children and cover both baking and cooking.
And they aren’t any old workshops teaching you how to make cupcakes or pasta! In fact,March’s line-up includes a special list of concoctions like Giant Xiao Long Bao Making, Sushi Cakes and Cookie Monster & Bee Macarons. If you’ve got time, don’t stop at learning just one dish—use March to ramp up your recipe repertoire in time for Mother’s Day in May!
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Calling all fans of Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars! The Disney100 exhibition at Jewel Changi Airport is for you.
Every evening until 9 April, the HSBC Rain Vortex at Jewel Changi will be transformed into a dazzling light and sound show that takes you through a two-minute ride into the world of Disney’s best. And just a few steps away at the Shiseido Forest Valley, you’ll find exclusive,Disney-themed photo spots inspired by scenes from some of the most popular movies—perfect to both reminisce about your favourite films and create more beautiful memories!
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Racing around a track in a Hot Wheels car, chugging along with Thomas the Train, or grooving with Barbie—these are just some of the many activities to look forward to at the Mattel Playhouse. Expect an immersive experience in the worlds of some of your favourite characters,and plenty of accompanying photo ops—but only until 9 April! Tickets start at $28, so grab them now!
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