If you’ve ever heard someone say “there ain’t no free lunches in the world”, then it’s time to turn the tables round and prove them round. Forget about just free meals, this list of free things to do with kids in Singapore extends to free activities, free movies and also free entry to attractions!
Free Things To Do With Kids In Singapore: Free Kids Meals
Tonito – Free Main Course for Kids 12 & Below
If you’re looking for a sinfully delicious Mexican meal, Tonito is probably one of the few places in Singapore which doesn’t disappoint with their tacos and quesadillas. Here, kids 12 and below dine free with any adult’s main course order!
Paulaner Brauhaus – Free Sunday Brunch for Kids 6 & Below
Reminiscing a beer garden this Sunday? Good news – Paulaner runs weekend buffets from 11.30am to 2.30pm, and kids aged 6 and below get to eat for free! If you’ve kids aged 6 to 11, you’re also in for a sweet treat of 50% off. Time to get scuffin’ down some schnitzels, sausages and pork knuckles!
Crystal Jade – Free Weekday Meals for Kids 6 & Below
For kids aged 6 and below, Crystal Jade Hong Kong Kitchen and La Mian Xiao Long Bao outlets are offering weekday deals from 6pm onwards. Every meal comes with a drink and a little bento set – rice or noodles, your kid’s choice!
Kids aged 6 and below can also enjoy this set meal at $10.90.
Seoul Garden – Free Weekday Buffet Lunch for Kids 5 & Below
Whether it is a grill or steamboat craving that you are looking to satiate, you can get either at Seoul Garden. However, only on weekday lunches will your kid get to dine for free with you!
Carousel Buffet Restaurant – Free Lunch Buffet for Every Paying Adult (Even on PH and weekends!)
Another Halal establishment with a great variety of food options, Carousel Buffet is offering an irresistible deal – every child gets to dine free with each paying adult! And yes, even on weekends and public holidays.
While this deal is stated to be valid till end of October, keep your eyes peeled as Carousel has consistently had ongoing promotions for kids.
La Nonna – Free for Kids 10 & Below (On Sundays)
For another Sunday destination, children aged 10 and below get a free 8 inch pizza or pasta, so long as an accompanying adult orders a main course. If you’re looking for a no-frills Italian hideout this weekend, this spot might just be it for you.
Cafe Melba – All-day Free Meals for Kids on Mondays
Probably one of the more kids-friendly restaurants around, your kids get to eat for free all day every Monday with every main (minimum $22) purchased by the adult. What’s more – there are also play areas for your kids to frolic about to jump off their post-meal rush.
Free Things To Do With Kids In Singapore: Attractions and Recreational Activities
Changi Jurassic Mile
If by now you still have yet to visit Changi Jurassic Mile, it is time to hit up the East! Priding itself as Singapore’s biggest outdoor display for life-sized dinosaurs, this is the place to be at – especially if your kid’s constantly raving about T-rex’es.
Free for public, you can access this simulation of the Jurassic Park by East Coast Park or by Changi Airport MRT station.
Far East Organisation Children’s Playground
With views of the Marina Bay skyline, this is a spot you can take your kids out to chill out from the sweltering heat. Open for free to public from Thursdays to Sundays, 9am to 7pm, Far East Organisation Children’s Garden features many interactive water play elements.
Closest to Satay by the Bay, you can have a satisfying lunch before heading over for the rest of the afternoon.
The Art Ground
With a series of weekend workshops available, many of The Art Ground’s enrichment programmes are actually free! Plus, there are specific workshops catered for kids in different age groups. Aiming for holistic growth, this space encourages stimulation with music, song and dance, storytelling, craft – simply anything creative!
Reading for kids expands their understanding for concepts such as shapes, colours and numbers! Baby Lapsit is an initiative honed by National Library Board to inculcate good reading and communicative habits for young kids, especially those in their early developmental stages. If you’re feeling a little lazy but do want to head out within your hood, you should keep a look out for these free storytelling sessions and spend some time there!
Go Museum Hopping
It is not news that Singapore’s home to tons of museums. While you might think these spaces are boring and doesn’t extend beyond historical artefacts, this list of 20 museums here might say otherwise! With most of these museums being free admission, this is the time to take your family on an educational tour… whilst still keeping fun in mind!
Vivita’s Maker Workshops
Aiming to build a space for budding creators to come explore their creativity through art, Vivita takes arms its workshop spaces with much pride. Fully equipped with latest tools such as laser cutters, 3D printers, you can be sure your imaginative kids have all the resources to be makers. Best part? There’s no cost to memberships – and all children are free to attend these sessions, making this one of the most worthwhile free things to do with kids in Singapore!
Head over to their website to sign up for a Viviboom membership now!
Free Things To Do With Kids In Singapore: Catch a Free Movie!
What better way than to kill the afternoon ennui than to catch a movie? Especially for parents who are film buffs, this will come as good news to you!
Shaw Theatres – For Kids aged 6 & Below on Weekdays
Before 2pm on weekdays, Shaw is offering free tickets for kids aged 6 and below. Plus, treat your kid to a Ribena Popcorn Combo for just $5.90! The little snack pack includes a 46 Oz Popcorn box and a pack of Ribena.
Golden Village – For Kids aged 6 & Below on Weekdays
Another weekday treat, Golden Village also has free tickets for kids aged 6 and below before 2pm – as long as there’s an accompanying paying adult. So yes…! This means that it makes the pestering of re-watching Frozen 10 more times less costly now.
However, this special promotion only runs till 18 November. Gotta keep your eyes peeled on GV’s website to see if they’re extending the deal.
WE – For Kids 90cm & Below
With every child who goes marching into the theatres with a paying adult, you get to save on one paying kid ticket. While this deal only includes normal 2D movies, it’s still a pretty solid bargain.
Time to make the best use of this deal before your kids start (literally) outgrowing their rights to freebies!
With this list of free things to do with kids in Singapore, you can now plan your day around these deals so you can get the best bang out of your buck!