Playground @ IMM

Many do not know but there is a large playground (with waterplay features!) on level 3 of IMM. It is outdoors and you can exit near Long Beach restaurant or Hai-Di-Lao.

The best thing is though outdoors, the playground is sheltered so the kids can play even when there is a light drizzle.

There are sections of the main play area that are suitable for both the younger kids and the older kids. The purple slide (in the first pic) is actually very high. So parents do need to be around to ensure safety of the younger ones.

Right beside this play area there is also a waterplay area. This area though is not sheltered so it can be pretty hot in the daytime.

The waterplay area’s water is turned on at certain timings of the day. So do not expect to go early before it gets hot. The water sprays only turn on at 10am. Not sure why they made it that way. The first time we were there at 9am only to be disappointed that the water has not started yet. Here are the opening hours:

Monday to Friday: 10.30am to 9.30pm (Closed every Thursday from 7.00pm onwards for events and on the first Wednesday of every month, except PH for maintenance)

Saturday and Sunday: 10.00am to 9.30pm

There is also a shower area at the playground. So it is very convenient if the kids were to play at the waterplay area.


VivoCity Children’s Playground

VivoCity’s 2nd floor outdoor children’s playground have been closed for renovation for some time now. We always drop by to check if it has opened every time we are there and recently it was open! 

Some things remain the same but overall it has been revamped. The water play area is totally different now. 

There is a trampoline area which is new. The slope that was from the previous playground is still there but they added a proper slide to it. 

There is some addition of new playground structures very similar in style to the old playground. The kiddy car rides vendor is still there and the other part of the playground next to it is still undergoing renovation. 

The highlight for us as usual is the waterplay area. Just remember to bring some extra clothes and toys for the kids to play!

At the end of the day if you want to, the nursing/diaper change room is just nearby next to QB kids and world of sports. You can find out more about the nursing room here

Lastly, and best of all, here’s what it becomes in the evening. 🙂 



Nickelodeon’s Spongebob Run is coming to town! It will be held on Saturday, 6 August 2016 at Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa. Scroll down for discount codes for the tickets! 🙂

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Media Release:
SINGAPORE, 23 MAY 2016 – You probably know who lives in a pineapple under the sea. But do you know that Nickelodeon’s first ever SpongeBob Run in Asia, presented by X-Change Republic, will flag off in Singapore on Saturday, 6 August 2016 at Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa?

Join SpongeBob SquarePants in search of his missing best friend Patrick Star. via a fun run which will see participants cover a five kilometre route showcasing iconic landmarks from the underwater city of

Bikini Bottom, including the Krusty Krab, and the houses that SpongeBob, Patrick and Squidward Tentacles live in.

“We are thrilled to work with X-Change Republic to launch the first-ever SpongeBob Run in Asia and in Singapore! Nickelodeon enjoys giving kids and their families playful entertainment experiences,” said Claire O’Connor, Vice President of Consumer Products and Retail Marketing, Asia Pacific, Viacom International Media Networks. “It is a fantastic recipe having SpongeBob as the ambassador for this fun run. It encourages families to get out and run together, especially in the lead-up to National Day.”

The race course is also lined with many trigger-happy opportunities for participants to snap a #wefie with SpongeBob and his friends in life-size cutout boards, such as Sandy Cheeks in her pressurized suit and SpongeBob’s pet sea snail Gary.

There are two categories of race entitlement packs:

• For BASIC (S$49.50 per pax), participants will receive an official event t-shirt, an event medal and a runner’s license.

• For NORMAL (S$59.50 per pax), in addition to receiving an official event t-shirt, an event medal and a runner’s license, participants will go home with an exclusive SpongeBob Run Singapore plush and drawstring bag.

On the same day, a carnival filled with nautical-themed activities, food and beverages, awaits SpongeBob fans and their families. At the end of the race, fans can enjoy a screening of three episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants with their loved ones. The first 30 participants who finish the race will get the opportunity to meet SpongeBob and Patrick.

So if you are ready, say ‘Aye Aye Captain’ and register for the race at the SpongeBob Run Singapore 2016 website at http://www.sbrun.sg.

Race Details
Date: 6 August 2016
Venue: Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa
Time: 4 pm – 8 pm
Distance: Five kilometres
For general enquiry, please email info@sbrun.sg or call +65 6285 9528 between 9.00 am to 6.00 pm, on weekdays.

Race Map

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Discount Vouchers
$5 Discount!
Valid Till: 05 August 2016 23:59

See you there!! 🙂


Diggersite @ East Coast Park

Our first activity for the Long Labour Day weekend is to go to the Diggersite!! We have been wanting to bring our boy there as he is a BIG fan of excavators, bulldozers, cranes, etc. 

We had a little trouble finding the place as we didn’t know exactly which part of ECP it was at. Here’s what we found out. Look out for the carpark with Long Beach restaurant and Burger King. You will see the Diggersite once you turn into the carpark. 

They have an indoor area and an outdoor area. Head to the indoor area to purchase your tokens. 1 token for $7, 3 for $18 or 10 for $50. 

At the indoor area as well where you purchase the tokens are 2 excavators and you get to play “toy catcher” with them. You also get to choose your helmet and vest and suit up for your hard labour coming up!

Outside is a small tentage with one stand alone digger where you can practice knocking down bottles. 

And then there is the main outdoor area with 3 excavators to dig sand. Good thing is that all are shaded though it can still be pretty hot in this sweltering heat. 

This is what the kids come for. To dig sand like a real construction worker!

For more information you can visit their Facebook page here.


Kallang Wave Mall – Playground

Have you been to the new Kallang Wave Mall that it at the new Singapore Sports Hub? There is a FREE water-play area for the kids at the rooftop and it is HUGE!!

There are 4 slides in all with different levels of difficulty. The orange one as shown in the picture is the largest one they have.


This is where the smaller slides are. They are essentially at the same play structure.


Here’s a small swimming pool  where a lifeguard watches over and some water-play area for the toddlers


Here’s a clearer and closer view of the toddler area.


There is a really good view here too! Grandparents will just sit there and chat while the kids play and the parents watch over them.


The Bub took a really long while to warm up. He was so satisfied just sitting there with his water-play cups (we bring those along all the time for water-play!) and splashing at the toddler area.

He decided only to try out the slides when we were about to leave. and he tried all 4 levels of the slides! His catalyst was meeting a friend at the playground. And she was really daring so Bub followed along. (I, however have kept my phone already so no pictures at the slides.)

Coincidentally, we went by the playground again one week later and he met the same friend! 🙂


So I managed to snap some pictures of him coming down the slides 🙂 These are the Level 1 and 2 slides. The blue one is Level 3 and the Orange slide is the scariest!

On the other side of the rooftop is a lazy river. (That is not so exciting for the kids). But you can always pop by there to have a look. 🙂

The Bub keeps asking, when can we go to Kallang Wave Mall again?


National Play Day 2015 + Giveaway!

National Play Day Singapore is coming up on 19 December 2015 and will be held at the Singapore Sports Hub.

National Play Day is an inaugural large-scale community event that is jointly organised by Mediacorp and Heybaby to celebrate parenthood, promote family bonding, and also mark the finale for the SG50 Jubilee baby campaign. The key highlight for this event is National Play Day Stroller Walk in which the organisers hope to set a new record for the “Most Number of Strollers in a Walk Event” in the Singapore Book of Records!

To participate, it is $28 for a family of 5 of whom one child has to be in the stroller. The distance for the walk is 1.5km. The walk is from 8am to 10am, after which you can participate in the side activities like free rides, art and craft workshops, photo fun with your favourite superheroes. Registration closes on 22 November 2015. Scroll down to the bottom of the post for registration link and giveaway details! 🙂

With each sign-up of a Happy Family Bundle, you will receive ONE fun pack worth $150, comprising of the following items:

  • An exclusive foldable travel bag
  • Denizen Dri-Fit Event Tee for each participating adult (View Size Chart)
  • SG50 collectibles including neoprene bib and bath gloves
  • 6-months digital subscription of 8 DAYS or i-Weekly magazine
  • Assorted vouchers and products from participating partners
Upon completion of the walk, all participants will receive an additional Refreshment Pack worth $25!

Stroller Walk Highlights:

  • Join us as we strive to set a new record for the “Most Number of Strollers in a Walk Event” in the Singapore Book of Records
  • Photo opportunities with the SG50 Baby Mascots
  • Take part in the scavenger hunt to spot the SG50 Baby character to win big in the lucky draw
  • Share your walk moments on Social Media and win prizes worth $3500, including travel vouchers, electronic and many more!

You can visit http://nationalplayday.sg/ for more information on event details.

To register for this event, click here.

To participate in our giveaway for one free Family Bundle, click here.


Children’s Playground @ West Coast Park

West Coast Park (the McDonald’s side) has been undergoing renovation for some time. It is complete now and we like to frequent the place with our toddler. It is a big place with many options of what he might want to do there, there is free parking, and you can always go to Macs.

Here are some of the options. Will let the photos speak for themselves 🙂

This is the toddlers area where there are bucket-seat swings and a small-scaled slide.


There are little sand pits for the little ones to play in too. But they are elevated from the ground so got to watch them closely for this.


This area is suitable for toddlers or even those below 1. There are activity panels around and a school bus for them to sit in.


Here’s where the slightly older kids go.

IMG_5999Play area for the older kids.


This is a highlight for many kids. The flying fox! There are 4 of it so there no need to wait too long to have a go. 🙂


Another highlight for the older kids. and maybe adults too, is the spider web! Good thing about this spider web is when you have climbed up either halfway or right to the top, you can take the slide all the way down. You won’t have to climb back down!


You would probably have noticed. Most of the playground is covered in sand, which is very rare for playgrounds now. So whenever you go there, do remember to bring your sand toys. We have one set stashed in the car for this very purpose. So we can pop by the park anytime we want.