March School Holidays 2024 in Singapore – Fun Things to Do

The March school holidays in Singapore are just around the corner! Beginning from March 9th to 17th, if you’re on the lookout for exciting ways to keep the little ones entertained, fret not. We’ve curated an amazing lineup of fun-filled activities and events that promise to turn this break into an unforgettable adventure for the whole family!

March School Holidays in Singapore 2024 

1. Splashtopia @ Sentosa Palawan Green


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From 8 to 31 March, Singapore’s first inflatable water park, Splashtopia, is taking over Palawan Green in Sentosa.

Dive, slide, and climb your way through nine giant inflatables, including a water slide, climbing wall, and diving area. There’s even a non-ticketed zone with fun activities and delicious food for the whole family.

Where: Sentosa Palawan Green
When: 8 Mar to 31 Mar 2024
A ticket is required for admission to the park.

2. Explore & Play at Changi (Public Area)

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Whether you’re embarking on a family vacation or simply seeking adventure, Changi Airport beckons you to explore and play! Mark your calendars from March 8 to May 1, as an exciting escapade awaits at Changi Airport.

Climb, bounce and swing your way through the Tropical Play Forest, Changi Airport Terminal 3, Departure Hall! Kids will love this jungle-themed play area featuring a slide, ball pit, suspension bridges, and a fun coconut tree swing.

Get a FREE play pass: Simply spend S$50 or more in a single receipt at Changi Airport (S$80 for supermarket purchases).

Ticketed admission: Direct purchase a Tropical Play Forest pass at S$10. Adults accompanying children can purchase a pass at S$5.

Where: Changi Airport, Terminal 3, Departure Hall (opposite Check-in Row 11)
When: 8 Mar to 1 May 2024
Operating Hours: 
Fridays: 5pm to 10pm
School Holiday Week (9 to 17 March),
Weekends (Saturdays & Sunday) & Public Holidays: 12pm to 10pm

3. Meet Po and Friends from KungFu Panda 4 at Vivo City

We can’t wait to catch Kung Fu Panda 4 in cinemas! This March, Po and his friends from Kung Fu Panda 4 are taking over VivoCity in a top-notch mission to find the next Dragon Warrior. From 1 March to 7 April 2024, put your skills to the test through the activities to see if you have what it takes or make it a memorable family fun day at 8 photo zones and spot a 6-metre-tall Po towering over VivoCity’s Outdoor Plaza in meditation.

Highlights include:

  • Dragon Warrior Training Ground Simply spend $50 in a same-day single receipt for entry into the 3 zones to test your limits! Complete all 3 kung fu-themed activities and bring home a Kung Fu Panda 4 souvenir
    • Dragon Warrior Obstacle Course
    • Stealth Challenge
    • Reaction Rush: 
  • Meet and Greet with Po
  • 6-metre-tall Po towering over VivoCity’s Outdoor Plaza
  • Photo Spots at various locations across the mall

Where: Vivo City
When: 1 Mar to 7 April 2024

4. The Artground at One Holland Village


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Located in One Holland Village, The Artground is designed to be an art space for children between the ages of 0 to 9. It offers a variety of exciting programmes, from weekly classes and workshops to drop-in sessions, where your little ones can explore different art forms, experiment with various materials, and have tons of fun!

Whether your child is a budding Picasso or just starting to discover their creativity, The Artground is an interactive and inspiring space to be.

Where: The Artground, Located in One Holland Village
For the upcoming programmes and admission fees, click here.

5. Armenian Street Party: Peranakan Pasar

Step into the vibrant world of Peranakan culture at the Armenian Street Party! Taste delicious traditional treats and try your hand at fun food-themed crafts. Explore the Peranakan Pasar (market) and enjoy lively performances the whole family will love.

Where: Peranakan Museum
When: 8 Mar to 10 Mar 2024
Free admission to museum and most activities.

6. Plastic: Remaking Our World at National Museum of Singapore

Dive into the story of plastic! “Plastic: Remaking Our World” explores its rise, environmental impact, and innovative solutions for a sustainable future. This special exhibition, premiering in Asia at the National Museum of Singapore, is a must-see for anyone curious about our relationship with this ubiquitous material. It’s also a good setting to discuss sustainable habits with your kids.

When: Now till 23 June
Where: Exhibition Gallery 1, Basement Level, National Museum of Singapore
Free admission for Concession holders who are Singaporeans or PRs. Tickets are on sale now.

7. Plastic Remade: Eco-craft Workshop for Seniors

School holidays just got greener! Join a special eco-craft workshop at the National Museum for a fun and meaningful experience with your grandparents. Led by experts, this workshop tackles plastic’s impact while teaching participants how to creatively upcycle everyday items. Learn together, bond over a good cause, and create lasting memories!

When: 12 March 2024, Tuesday
Time: 10am – 12pm
Where: Reunion Social Space, Level 1, National Museum of Singapore
A ticket is required for admission to the workshop.
This programme is presented in conjunction with the museum’s special exhibition, Plastic: Remaking Our World. Please note that photos will be taken and may be used for future publicity.

8. Five Footway Festival 2024 in Chinatown 

Step back in time and immerse your family in Singapore’s rich heritage at the Five Footway Festival 2024. Happening from 9 to 17 March in the heart of Chinatown, this lively event promises a delightful fusion of performances, games, workshops, and food that pay homage to our forefathers’ lives. Your kids will be captivated by the colourful exhibitions and engaging activities, making learning about our storied past a fun-filled adventure. From Smith Street to Pagoda Street, every corner of Chinatown comes alive during this festival.

When: 9 Mar to 17 Mar 2024
Time: 10am to 8pm
Where: Chinatown Singapore

9. Singapore’s Largest Coloured Ice Playground at Snow City


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Escape the tropical heat and immerse your family in a winter wonderland right here in Snow City Singapore! Brace yourselves for Drift on Ice, the city’s only sub-zero bumper car ride set on icy terrain. But that’s not all! The adventure continues with an exhilarating 60-meter snow slide, promising a truly unforgettable ride. So bundle up, gather your little ones, and get ready to create frosty memories during the school holidays!

Get tickets from SGD$20+ here.

Where: Snow City Singapore
Opening hours: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM (Weekdays), 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM (Weekends & Public Holidays)

10. Baker’s Brew March Kids Baking Camp

Calling all little chefs! This March school holiday, ditch the screen time for delicious fun at Baker’s Brew baking camp. Kids will whip up tasty treats like donuts, biscuits, and shortcakes, all while learning baking basics and making new friends. With camps for ages 4-7 and 8-12, there’s a perfect sweet adventure for everyone!

Where: Across different Baker’s Brew outlets
When: Available from 10 Mar to 17 Mar 2024
More information about the baking camp here.

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