National Day Parade 2016 marks the first year of the next fifty years of our Singapore Story. The theme “Building our Singapore of Tomorrow” was adopted by the NDP 16 EXCO as it points to the future and rally Singaporeans to action.
3wheelingtots were there for the first Preview on 23 July 2016. It is a memory that never fades.
This is the first year NDP was held in the new National Stadium. It has awesome lighting effects, clear surround sound, excellent use of hanging objects and flying capability. Most importantly, the place is air-conditioned and there are individual seats and ample toilet cubicles!
The story “Badang” is beautifully crafted. The SOKA performance is memorable. And the “fireworks” inside the Stadium are fantastically displayed.
A 6-minutes highlights of NDP 16’s 1st Preview Show!
Soek Seng 1954 Bicycle Cafe is situated beside Seletar Airport and on the first level of MAJ Aviation Building at Seletar Aerospace!
It has experience of dinning while watching private planes take off and land along the Seletar Airport runway.
Over 20 classic and modern classic bicycles are displayed in the cafe.
The cafe’s dining menu is predominantly Western style, with dishes such as Fish & Chips and Chicken Chop. In addition, there are also Asian options like Katsu Don and Beef Rendang to cater to different tastebuds.
Inspire your imagination at Future World, the new permanent exhibition at ArtScience Museum. Explore a fully immersive 1500-square-metre digital universe, where 16 spectacular art installations are brought to life and evolve in real-time through visitor presence and participation. Be amazed as this stunning interactive world responds to your behavior, and changes according to your creative input!
To ensure that all visitors have ample and quality time to interact with each artwork, admission times are as follows: 10am, 11.30am, 1pm, 2.30pm, 4pm and 5.30pm (last entry). Please note that during peak hours, a queue may be expected at the exhibition entrance. Visitors will be allowed into the exhibition as soon as we can accommodate.
For a smooth and pleasant visit to the Museum, we recommend that tickets be purchased online (http://entertainment.marinabaysands.c…) prior to your visit. Apart from ArtScience Museum’s Box Office, tickets are also available at the MasterCard Theatres Box Office (B1, Marina Bay Sands).
Thinking about what to do this weekend? Head down to Marine Cove at East Coast Park (nearest carpark is C2). It has five family-friendly F&B outlets including Babalicious, Hill Street Coffee Shop, McDonald’s (with its first dessert bar), My Briyani House and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® – Singapore.
The very very large children’s playground is equipped with a range of play equipment suitable for children of different ages. There is a three-storey play tower, which comes with three slides of different levels and a long rope bridge, for children between 5 and 12 years old. For children aged 2 to 5, there is a play area that comes with gradual slopes, mini slides, talking tubes, fun mirrors and a drum set.
The playground also has inclusive play equipment for children of different abilities to play together. This includes special needs equipment such as sensory play panels.
Young children will be spoilt for choice at this playground, and guaranteed “energy-draining”! Be sure to let your kids wear covered sports shoes and no-skirts/dresses for your girls.
School holidays are here, and if you are looking for some great Family Fun, nothing beats having a Mega Beach Festival right here in Singapore’s Sentosa. Experience endless fun with larger-than-life inflatables, water based adventures, obstacle courses and more. Navigate through kids-friendly inflatable maze, challenge your limits in the Bungee Run, plunge yourself into bubbling Foam Pools!
From 29 May to 5 June 2016, head on to Palawan Green (Beach Station) with your friends and families. Do bring a set of dry clothes for a change!