Weekend Best

Activities That Are Out Of This World

Kids have witty, beautiful and out-of-this-world imaginations. If they aren’t asking about aliens and superheroes, they’re imagining the floor as lava and your couch as land. Explore their imagination with some of these out-of-this-world experiences, from lightsabers to space voyages and a mysterious, misty conservatory.

Become A Warrior

Photo by The Saber Authority.

If you groom your child on the Star Wars® franchise, then becoming a Jedi Master should be on their when-I-grow-up list. The good news is that your child can start off as a Padawan with The Saber Authority, the ONLY place in the Lion City where you can wield lightsabers while learning self-defence along the way. Founded in 2014 by a group of sci-fi fans, The Saber Authority is equipped with SaberMach lightsabers to wield and experienced Jedi Masters to instruct you. Who says you can only be a Jedi in a galaxy far, far away?

Opened on Wednesdays and weekends only, The Saber Authority at the National Stadium is the experience of a lifetime for your little ones. They may just save the world.


100Plus Promenade @ Sports Hub
Gate 5-6, National Stadium
1 Stadium Drive, Singapore 397629

Contact Details:

+65 9648 9125

Opening Hours:

Sundays & Wednesdays: 7.00pm – 8.15pm

Where the Universe Meets Art

Photo by ArtScience Museum.

Go on an artistic voyage with your kids through space to explore where we came from and where we are going. Curated by Mori Art Museum and ArtScience Museum, in association with the Asian Civilisations Museum, the Universe and Art exhibition aims to show you how art and culture have influenced the way we explore the universe.

With masterpieces from renowned astronomers, artists, and photographers such as Galileo Galilei, Bjorn Dahlem, and Hiroshi Sugimoto, prepare to be captivated with the many mysteries of the universe.


6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974

Contact Details:

+65 6688 8888

Opening Hours:

Daily: 10.00am – 7.00pm

A Whole New World

Photo by Gardens by the Bay.

Step into the Cloud Forest at Gardens by the Bay, a cool conservatory of the tropical highlands. Graced by a 35-metre-tall mountain of lush vegetation and the world’s highest indoor waterfall, the Cloud Forest is an enchanting world unlike any other. Explore the beauty and biodiversity with your children along the aerial walkway with breathtaking views of the canopy below.

Visiting the conservatory at night ensures that you get the full futuristic effect of the forest, with the arching architecture looking like something out of a sci-fi movie. Bring a sweater for your kids as the indoor temperature ranges from 23°C to 25°C.


18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953

Contact Details:

+65 6420 6848

Opening Hours:

Daily: 9.00am – 9.00pm

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