Cafe Melba is opening a third outlet at Mount Sophia (near Dhoby Ghaut) in March 2021.
Known for its all-day breakfasts, traditional weekend roasts and its kid-friendly space, Cafe Melba first opened at Goodman Arts Centre in the East of Singapore in 2012. It has another outlet at Mediapolis in the West of Singapore.
Having kids is pure joy, right up until the point they start to whine, cry and cause a scene in public. That’s right, nothing sucks the living joy out of a family outing quite like a tantrum-throwing child.
Dining out is inherently difficult if you have a kid that’s easily restless but it doesn’t always have to be a problem. All you need is something that’ll keep them occupied, for instance, an iPad with cartoons playing on loop (as per the norm nowadays), or better yet, a kid-centric menu with attractive yummies or even space for them to run wild and free.
Don’t own an iPad? Well, fret not mommies and daddies because here is our list of 15 restaurants and cafes in Singapore that are great for your little ones, ensuring that you’ll be able to enjoy family time through proper bonding.
The March holidays are just around the corner and that means that the kids won’t be relying on canteen food for a whole week. We are sure that many parents out there will be fretting over what to feed their hungry, fussy kids during this one week break and we understand; it can be a pretty huge pain.
Therefore, we have consolidated this list of 7 themed cafes in Singapore (1 for every day of the week!) to help make your life a little easier. From a Harry Potter themed cafe to one dedicated to superheroes from the DC Universe, we have zero doubts that these colourful, quirky cafes will keep your hyperactive kids entertained, satisfied and full!
Time flies by way too quickly—it may feel like the December holidays were just over, but in reality, the March holidays are just around the corner! For parents, this means fretting over where to bring the kids to keep them entertained for a week and that in itself is no easy task.
It can be quite a chore to find activities that kids will gladly put down their electronic devices for, but don’t worry, we have you sorted with this list of 16 kid-friendly outdoor activities in Singapore that will keep your children away from their iPads and phones this March holiday.
Singapore is one of the most convenient cities in the world to get around with ease—even for the elderly and wheelchair users. There are many initiatives that have been introduced in the past decade to make our infrastructures more user-friendly.
If you are planning a day out in Singapore, there are plenty of tourist attractions here which have thoughtfully designed their premises to cater for those who require mobility access. From museums to concert venues and even the zoo; there is no reason why anyone should be left out.
Here are 17 Of The Most Wheelchair-Friendly Attractions In Singapore.