1. Bird Paradise

Calling all bird lovers: Bird Paradise’s is one to keep an eye out for. It’s set to be one of the largest bird parks in the world with over 400 species, including more than 20 species of hornbills, critically endangered species like the Philippine eagle and others. Its eight walk-in aviaries are a must-visit. From a tropical rainforest to a desert oasis, these immersive habitats will transport you into different environments that house a variety of avian friends. Beyond that, there are also interactive encounters, tours to learn about conservation research efforts, flying demonstrations and more feathered highlights for a wing-tastic time.


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Address: 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826

Opening hours: 9AM-6PM


  1. Trifecta by the Ride Side

Opening in 2023

Skateboarding has been picking up pace in Singapore, especially over the last two years during the pandemic. And while most hobbies like quilting or exercising at home are dying out, it seems that activities like skateboarding and surfskating are showing no signs of slowing down.

If you haven’t already heard, a new action sports attraction at Somerset is set to open in 2023. And yes, we’re talking about the Trifecta by The Ride Side. Covering 49,611 square feet, the new space located at Orchard Road is the first attraction in Asia to house three action sports arenas under one roof. Some of the activities that you can expect include skating, surfing, and skiing.


  1. Peranakan Museum

A well-loved heritage landmark, we were stoked for the reopening of the pastel-toned Peranakan Museum. Its newly refurbished galleries are now open to visitors and it’s high time to take a peek. This museum celebrates Peranakan (or Straits Chinese) culture and history by documenting their fashion, architecture, homeware and more. From diving into the history of the sarong kebaya (worn by Nyonyas, or Peranakan women), to learning the significance of traditional fence doors (or ‘pintu pagar’ in Malay), spend an arvo at this iconic museum to get schooled on all things Peranakan.


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Address: 39 Armenian Street, Singapore 179941

Opening hours: 10AM-7PM Daily except Friday 10AM-9PM

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