There is something really special about traveling as a family. I remember the first mother and daughter trip I had with Aryanna was in Singapore. We had a blast touring the city, doing fun activities, food tripping and of course shopping together! It was a girl bonding moment we will always cherish.
This time, I traveled back to Singapore with my boys and it was also Tom and Dylan’s first time in the City in a Garden!
We arrived in Singapore mid-day and checked in the breath-taking Shangri-La, Rasa Sentosa
Lunch at Jamie’s Italian
Tom and I are big fans of Jaime Oliver. We were so psyched to find out that he opened a restaurant in Vivo City, Singapore! Have you guys tried eating here?
This was the first time we’ve eaten at Jaime’s. We were delighted by the rustic interiors and warm and cozy vibe of the resto.
After lunch, we visited the ArtScience Museum – Future World Exhibition. A quick stroll around the area was in order to burn the calories consumed over lunch. Isn’t touring the city the best cardio?!
Being a family of artists, we were excited to explore Art Science Museum and it’s current Future World, the new permanent exhibition at ArtScience Museum. Have any of you visited this amazing museum?
For its landmark permanent exhibition, ArtScience Museum collaborated with teamLab, an award-winning Tokyo-based art collective of “ultra-technologists” that includes artists, programmers, engineers, CG animators, mathematicians, architects and designers. The result is Future World – Singapore’s largest interactive digital playground.
The moment we stepped into the interactive digital realm of the museum, we were elated by the inspiring art!
Someone clearly had the best time, wheeeeeeee!
Getting creative (and competitive) with his dad. #boys
We could not pull Dylan away from this fun oversized ball pit in Art Science Museum!
Lunch time at Redpan. I swear boys are always hungry. Thankfully, Singapore has so many amazing restaurants to choose from! What are your favorite restaurant in Singapore? Please share in the comment box below. I want to know and maybe try them on our next trip!
Traveling with boys means no dull moment! Do you agree, moms?
Night time fun with Singapore’s River Cruise (Laser Show Cruise). I mean, isn’t it the perfect activity to end a busy and fun-filled day? Have you tried taking a boat ride in Singapore?
Can anyone guess this building? Hint: it’s one of the most striking landmarks in Singapore! Comment below.
Day one during our trip was packed however, when you travel in a country like Singapore that is organized, clean, beautiful and kid-friendly it’s virtually stress-free to jump (and eat) from one place to the next. I’m glad that my first trip with my husband and son was in Singapore.
Tune in to our day to day travel in the City in a Garden on my blog and get ideas to plan your Singapore getaway with your own family plus, be entertained by the Eppersons!
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That’s the Marina Bay Sands! Nice pic!
We have visited FutureWorld also, and it was fun for all of us adults as well. Love the different dining experiences in SG!