Yesterday we took advantage of an empty day with no rain to explore a couple of islands south of the “mainland”. I had never been to any of these, and Trish had not been in many, many years, so off we went, in search of a nice, quiet area where the kids could roam around and explore at their leisure, but could not escape. Small, open islands fit the bill
I decided that during our time back here in Singapore, I want to explore a few nature-y places I have yet to visit, and see if hauling the kiddos with me as well is doable/practical/fun. I had the chance recently to check out a sliver of a nature reserve near VivoCity/Sentosa called Labrador Nature Reserve to see what kind of nature I could get myself into. I actually wasn’t expecting too much. Once
If you have but a few days in central Singapore with the kiddos, and you’ve exhausted all the traditional tourist haunts, sticking to central Singapore and still branching out and finding new experiences is quite possible. Here is a list of a few select places to take the young ‘uns and have some fun. Robertson Quay The three quays (Boat, Clarke, Robertson) all have their own distinct appeal and clientele.