10 Family-Friendly Activities Under $100 To Maximise Your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers With Your Kids

SingapoRediscovers Vouchers family-friendly activities

Parents with little ones know that weekends are precious pockets of time to make new memories. With the SingapoRediscovers Vouchers, you can now bring the whole family to max out the holiday fun with a slew of activities that won’t leave you with a hole in your pocket. 

We all want to make the most out of our vouchers, but scouring all partner sites to find the best deals can be pretty tedious. But fret not, we’ve sussed out 10 family-friendly activities under $100* so you can maximise your vouchers with more than one activity. 

*Calculated based on two adults + one child below 18.

How to get SingapoRediscovers family discounts for children below 18

On top of you and your spouse’s vouchers, keep in mind that you can also get $10 off tickets for your children below 18. This discount can be applied to any eligible SingapoRediscovers activity that offers family or children tickets, and you can use it up to six times

To do so, head to the SingapoRediscovers Vouchers portal to declare your family relationship and key in your child’s NRIC/Birth Certificate/FIN number. After which, the $10 subsidy will automatically be applied to each child/youth ticket you get, as long as you have at least $10 left in your own SingapoRediscovers Voucher balance.

For other ways to use your vouchers, check out:

1. Channel your inner Spiderman at Airzone

Ball pits are every child’s dream – the sight of one is hard to resist, even for the young at heart. Suspended six levels above ground at City Square mall, Airzone is a levelled-up version, literally, and offers other features such as giant slides, 3D net maze and a giant inflatable soccer game. 

The suspended nets lets you enjoy the feeling of zero gravity as if you’re in outer space
Image credits: TheSmartLocal

While the energetic kiddos can swim in the ball pit, navigate the maze of nets at the obstacle course and whizz down slides, accompanying parents can keep an eye on them at the chill area, or join in the fun. 

Address: 108 Kitchener Road, City Square Mall, Singapore 208539
Opening hours: 11.40AM-8.40PM, Daily (50 min per session)
Airzone website

Suitable for kids aged: 4.5 and above
Price: $28.80 (above 13 years old) | $18.90 (below 13 years old) | $15 (seniors)
Price after SRV:  $8.80/adult or free (forfeit $1.20) | $8.90/child
Duration: 1 hour

Get your tickets to Airzone

2. Get splashing at Hydrodash

If water is your element, be sure to check out Hydrodash, Singapore’s first floating waterpark. Situated at Sentosa’s Palawan beach, the obstacle course is split into four zones based on the level of difficulty. Lifeguards are situated throughout, so parents can be assured that your kiddos will be in safe hands. 

Zone 1 is a miniature obstacle course designated exclusively for kids 5-6 years old

Those with younger kids (aged 5-6 years old) can let them play at zone 1, where there are smaller obstacles that would be appropriate for their height and size. Older children can venture into the rest of the course, where there are features like a target wheel for you to show off your balance, and monkey bars where you can test your arm strength.

Price: $20/adult | $15/child + accompanying adult (only for children aged 5-6 years old)
Address: Palawan Beach, Sentosa, Singapore 098498
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 12PM-6PM | Sat & Sun 10AM-7PM
HydroDash Sentosa website

Suitable for kids aged: 5 years and above
Price: $20/adult | $15/child + accompanying adult (only for children aged 5-6 years old)
Price after SRV: $5
Duration: 1 hour

Get your tickets to Hydrodash

3. Go on unlimited cable car rides

Image credit:
One Faber Group

The sweeping views of a gorgeous blue and green Sentosa island never fail to thrill us, which makes cable car rides such a timeless activity that’s enjoyed by grownups and kiddos alike. And if one time isn’t enough, getting the Cable Car Sky Pass will let you ride it unlimited times for the day, until everyone is satisfied. 

The package also comes with a 2-course set at Arbora Hilltop Garden & Bistro, located at the scenic Faber Peak, or a 3-course meal at Siloso Beach’s Good Old Days.

Address: Faber Peak, 109 Mount Faber Road, Singapore 099203
Opening hours: 8.45AM – 8.30PM, Daily

Suitable for kids aged: 4 years and above
Price: $35/adult above 18 | $25/child (4-17 years)
Price after SRV: $5/adult or free (forfeit $5) | $15/child
Duration: 24 hours 

Get the Cable Car Unlimited Pass with Arbora meal 

4. Get your adrenaline pumping at Nerf Action Xperience

Transport yourselves to the set of World War Z at the Nerf Action Xperience – where you’ll be battling against one another with Nerf guns, looking for hidden missiles and unlocking a vaccine to save humanity.  

There’s also a range of high-elements obstacle courses for you to put your guts to the test. This includes a three-storey-high beginner rope course, rock climbing walls, V-shaped pole obstacle and ringed foothold obstacle. If that’s not enough for the kids, let them spend the rest of their energy at the Challenge arena, where there are ball pits, tunnels and slides to explore.

Address: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard #01-208, Singapore 039594
Opening Hours: 10AM-8PM, Daily
NERF Action Xperience website 

Suitable for kids aged: 7 years and above
Price: from $39
Price to top up: $9/adult or free (forfeit $1) | $29/child
Duration: 3 hours

Get your tickets to Nerf Action Experience

5. Explore the wonders of virtual reality at Headrock VR

Enter the world of virtual reality at Headrock VR, where there’s everything from cute cartoon games, roller coaster rides, to a haunted house all available with your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers for the whole family to enjoy. It’s split into three different zones based on difficulty and thrill factor. 

The Green zone is beginner-friendly, where you can ease yourself into the multi-sensory realm. There, you can try out simple games like archery at Robin Hood, or enter a VR Room to get the hang of motion control. 

Challenge yourself to the Beat Saber game in the Blue Zone, a rhythm synchronisation game reminiscent of Tap Tap Revenge and Dance Dance Revolution.

For thrill-seekers, the Blue zone is where you’ll want to be. Experience the harsh winds and sub-zero temperature of a blizzard at Storm Blizzard’s dog sled course, and be sure not to miss Jump Jump, a jungle-themed roller coaster that’ll make you feel you’re in Jumanji. 

For more unique experiences, take it up a notch at the Orange Zone, where you’ll find exciting and spine-chilling activities like jungle rafting, an Extreme Train and a Horror Room. You can get tickets for individual zones, or get bundles to have access to two or all zones. To avoid long waiting times, book your time slot at the Headrock VR website before your visit. 

Address: 26 Sentosa Gateway, #01-38/39, Singapore 098138
Opening hours: 10AM – 8PM, Daily. Last admission at 7PM.
Telephone: 6963 4609

Suitable for kids aged: 6 years and above
Price: from $9
Price after SRV: Free for Green and Orange Zone | $1 for Blue Zone
Duration: 2 hours

Get tickets to Headrock VR 

6. Rediscover Changi Airport at the Changi Experience Studio

We have all been to Changi Airport many times in our lives. But for most of us, we’ve only scratched the surface cause we’re either rushing for flights or too busy copping duty-free deals. Now that travel is still on the back burner, it’s time we explored beyond the usual.

If you’re interested to learn about the ins and outs of what makes the airport work along with its history and development, head over to Changi Experience Studio located at Jewel Changi. Apart from interactive touchpoints and content zones, prepare to be in awe of a singing garden and get ready to race an aeroplane in a runway simulation. 

Address: 78 Airport Boulevard, Jewel Changi Level 4, Singapore 819666
Opening hours: 11AM-8PM (last admission at 7PM)
Changi Experience Studio website

Suitable for kids aged: 3 years and above
Price: $20/adult (13 years and above) | $13/child (6-12 years old) | Free/child (below 6 years old) |$13/senior
Price after SRV: Free-$10
Duration: No restrictions

Get your tickets to Changi Experience Studio

7. Staycay at Lyf Funan One of a Kind Studio

Image credit:
Lyf by Ascott 

Staycations in Singapore can easily go over $200, with family packages on the pricier end. If you don’t want to wipe out your vouchers from just one staycay, Lyf Funan’s One of a Kind Studio is only $90

What’s more, they welcome children, with extra beds available upon request. Its central location also makes it convenient to plan a staycation itinerary around, with National Gallery, Capitol Plaza and Fort Canning only a stone’s throw away.

Address: 67 Hill Street, Level 4 Funan Mall, Singapore 179370
Opening hours: 6970 2288
lyf Funan’s website

Suitable for kids aged: No restrictions
Price: $90
Price after SRV: Free
Duration: 2D1N

Book a night at Lyf Funan

8. Escape city life with the Farm Tour & Staycay Package

Living in an urban jungle where skyscrapers and congested traffic are mainstays, pockets of nature are our respite. For a pseudo overseas trip, the Farm Tour and Staycay package on Changi Recommends lets you go on an eye-opening tour around Bollywood Veggies, Hay Dairy Goat Farm and Kok Fah Technology Farm. 

Not only do you get to be in touch with nature and the local farm community, but you’ll also get to enjoy their fresh produce for brunch. After the tour, you can choose to spend the night at Ibis Budget Selegie Hotel or Imperial Hotel. 

Suitable for kids aged: 3 years and above
Price: $55/pax
Price after SRV: $40
Duration: 4 hour tour | 2D1N stay

Book the Farm Tour & Staycay Package

9. Have a beach getaway with water sports at Ola beach club

Image credit: Sentosa

Bali trips with the fam may have been put off, but you can still have a fun beach getaway here on our island city. Water sports are a vital element of any seaside vacation, and Ola beach club offers a variety. Apart from kayaking, they also have stand up paddleboarding, banana boat and donut rides – all of which are supervised by a professional.

After having a whale of a time at sea, wind down at the bars and restaurants amongst the beach club. The adults can sip on some ice-cold lager at Coastes, while the kids can enjoy coconut treats at Co+Nut+Ink. 

Address: 46 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099005
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 11AM-9PM | Fri-Sat 10AM-10PM | Sun 10AM-9PM
Telephone: 8189 6601

Suitable for kids aged: 6 years and above
Price: Single Kayak $22.50 | Double Kayak $31.50 | Stand Up Paddle Boarding $31.50 | Banana boat $90/group of five | Donut $45/group of two
Price after SRV: from $16.90
Duration: 1 hour (Kayak and Stand Up Paddle Boarding) | 15 minutes (Banana Boat and Donut)

Get your tickets to water activities at Ola beach club

10. Conquer an obstacle course at Nestopia

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Take playtime up a notch from your usual neighbourhood playground to Nestopia, one of the newest attractions at Sentosa. There are 17 play sections, with netted obstacle courses connecting three nest-like towers. It’s also equipped with two of the long slides for the kiddos to zoom around from the top to the ground.

After spending all your energy conquering the course, head over to Trapizza, which is right next to Nestopia, for a hearty Italian meal. The best part of the deal is you do not have to touch your SRV balance at all. The ticket ($10) admits one child and adult, which can be offset entirely with the child subsidy. 

Address: 6 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 098995
Opening hours:  Mon – Fri 3.30PM-9PM (Last admission 7PM) | Sat & Sun 10.30AM-9PM (Last admission 7PM) 

Suitable for kids aged: 5 years and above
Price: $10 (one adult + one child)
Price after SRV: Free
Duration: 1 hour

Get your tickets to Nestopia

Maximise your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers with your family

The new year is around the corner, and before school or work starts to get all hectic, line your weekends up with these SingapoRediscovers activities for the whole family to spend some quality bonding time with your loved ones. With Phase 3 coming up, you can even jio cousins or play dates along to double the fun.

For more family-friendly things to do, check out:

Cover image adapted from: One Faber Group

Shi Nan Liang

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