This is no trick: we’re giving away a family staycation at Legoland Malaysia, plus five family passes to the resort!
It’s no secret that Legoland Malaysia is one of the must-dos for families in Singapore – and if you haven’t ticked a day trip or staycation to one of Asia’s best theme parks off your bucket list yet, now is the time, people! As part of its spooky season celebrations, Legoland has been transformed into a Halloween wonderland, and we’re sending our lucky readers along to join this year’s Brick or Treat fun! Read on to see how you could win our major prize of a two day, one-night stay at Legoland Resort for a family of four. Plus, we have family combo tickets to the resort for five more lucky readers!
Cake, dancing, yoga, ghouls and origami… read on for 10 fun ideas for this weekend with the kids!
Looking for fun things to do with the kids this weekend in Singapore? From haunted hospitals to wicked musicals, dance classes to animal adoption, there really is something to keep everyone in the family busy with our 10 fabulous picks. Don’t forget to also check out our kids’ activity site, HoneyKidsGo, for more ideas and some amazing offers too!
Halloween is heading under water for a swashbuckling pirate themed adventure...
Ahoy there small shipmates! The Halloween pirates are anchoring their galleon at the S.E.A. Aquarium this October for some swashbuckling fun – Spooky Seas is back! Treasure trails and trick or treat, underwater shows and spooky crafts, storytelling sessions, and songs with a gypsy: This is one frightfully fang-tastic underwater Halloween event the kids are going to love!MORE
Spend a day by the pool at the Splash Fair at Swish Swimming! Bring the whole family for games and activities, a pop-up market and more…
Did somebody say pool party? With a pop-up market? We are so there. Our friends at SWISH Swimming are celebrating their second birthday with one cool event: the Splash Fair! If you were at the awesome HoneyKids party at SWISH earlier this year, you’ll know this is going to be mega fun: think hanging by the pool with the family, with entertainment for the kids and a some shopping at a fab little market!
If you’re an early adopter you’ve been listening to podcasts for years now. If, like us you're just discovered the joys of podcasts you’ll be wondering what you’ve been doing with your life. Oh, yeah, that’s right – parenting! We’ve been listening out for the best podcasts to get you started, or to re-invigorate your playlist…
Maybe you’re at your wits-end stuck deep in parenting trenches and in desperate need of tips to help calm the farm. Or maybe you just need a friendly, funny voice to keep you company in those long, lonely days of parenthood. You are not alone and we know only too well parenting can be hard and fun all at once (after all, life is never the same after kids.) But, let us introduce you to the wonderful world of podcasts: listening to a good rant, thought-provoking talk or gripping current issues makes us feel as if we’ve got the finger on the pulse – and it’s all accessible to us for free by way of the fabulous little podcast app on our phone. Not sure where to start on your podcasting journey or feeling bored with your current playlist? We’ve got your back, parents of Singapore. Sneak a moment to yourself and plug in to any one of the parenting podcasts we’ve hand-selected for your listening pleasure. Warning: it’s super addictive!
Tjin Lee and Belinda Huber of Baby Style Icon chat about motherhood, running a business and fave places to hang out with the one super stroller that does it all for the urban family: the Bugaboo Bee3
Tjin Lee and Belinda Huber have their hands full: think two young children each and a cool online boutique, Baby Style Icon, which kits out Singapore’s little people in serious swag from all around the world. They know the juggle. When you’re switching between business and babycino dates, strolls to the playground and the occasional bit of recreational shopping (this is Singapore, after all), you need a reliable – and stylish – ride for the kids. It’s got to be compact enough for cafe-hopping, keep the kids safe and comfy and go the distance beyond baby #1, because who wants to deal with multiple prams to get the kids around? Enter the Bugaboo Bee3, which both mums have been hitting the city with since they had their first babies. We caught up with the pair to talk shop – while the little ones zipped around colourful Chinatown in their swish Bugaboo Bee3 strollers (check out those new soft pink and petrol blue hoods from the new modern pastel collection!). Prepare for some pram envy, people…
It’s difficult to think of, but what happens to our children if the worst should happen to us? Who will take care of them immediately, and who gets long-term custody? We explain what you need to know about legal guardianship in Singapore – and the importance of an updated will.
The guardianship of your children, as uncomfortable as it may be to think about, is important to consider, especially if you are an expat and likely to be far from extended family who would usually take over if your children are orphaned. While we all hope this will never happen, knowing how guardianship works in Singapore is essential, as there are steps you can take now to help.
Dragon boats and a Gruffalo, Bootleg Beatles and shopping, shopping shopping… we’ve got 10 fun choices for your weekend of fun with the family!
If you are looking for a pick-me-up after all the F1 excitement of last weekend, get straight into our weekly round-up of fun things to do in Singapore with the family. Get ready to go crocodile spotting at the wetlands, check out the quintessentially Singaporean water sport of dragon boating, or rummage around for a bargain at a second-hand market… and that’s just the start!
A school where every child can play for a sports team, play a musical instrument of their choice and everyone is part of a big family? Dulwich College (Singapore) is one lovely place to learn.
We all know that there’s so much more to school than what goes on in the classroom. It’s the little things, and, ultimately, the feel of a school that helps us know when we’ve found the perfect fit. We’ve already told you some of the reasons we’re fond of the infant school at Dulwich College (Singapore) – known as DUCKS. And you’ve probably heard on the grapevine that this international school has a reputation as a pretty lovely place to be. It’s a home from home for students age two all the way to age 18, so it’s clearly a place to stick around! But let us tell you a little bit more – and share a few things you might be surprised to learn about life at school here…
If like us you’ve been a disciple of Seed Heritage Women’s wear for years and have been waiting for it to grace Singapore shores, the wait is over! Luxe-chic apparel, shoes and accessories are now not just for the little fashionistas: Seed’s Wisma Atria store is releasing a stellar women’s line!
Exhale that breath you’ve been holding since you frantically clicked on this article, because it’s true:Seed HeritageIS launching a women’s capsule collection in Singapore! No more wardrobe envy over your daughter’s divine Seed dresses. Hurrah! The news that the much-loved Australian fashion brand responsible for decking out the most stylish kiddos in Singapore is now catering toushas been met with fist-pumps here at HoneyKids HQ. We’re busy women – we want fashion that is at once contemporary, relaxed and sophisticated. Seed more than meets the brief. And all pieces have been carefully hand-selected to suit our tropical, carefree Singapore lifestyle. It’s little wonder we’re smiling. (Psst: you’re invited to shop with us at the launch on 21 September at the flagship Wisma Atria store! But more about that later…)