Chinese New Year isn’t just about bak kwas and ang baos; it’s an annual gathering where you catch up, bond and spend quality time with your loved ones. The long weekend may be over, but there’s still plenty of time to keep the festivities going. If you’re planning a get-together with the cuzzies, we’ve got just the list for you – think an indoor suspended playground, karaoke in a box, and life-sized Marvel superheroes!
Bounce to your heart’s content at AIRZONE
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Have a ball of a time at the world’s first indoor suspended net playground! Located right smack at City Square Mall, this elevated playground features four levels of adrenaline-fuelled fun, including a suspended ball pit, giant Zorb balls and a massive slide. Here’s a CNY deal you can’t miss: not only are you able to slash 10 per cent off your admission tickets from now till 28 February, you’ll also stand a chance to win awesome lucky draw prizes such as an $888 ang bao. Huat ah!
Address: City Square Mall Level 2, Singapore 208539
Opening hours: 10.45am – 9pm (Mon to Sun)
Fees: $20 for a 30-mins session, $65 for a special 4-sessions pass
Unleash the kid in you at Timezone Vivocity
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Remember when we used to think hanging out at arcades with the squad was cool? Our favourite after-school haunt is making a comeback with their newly opened flagship store at Vivocity, making it the biggest arcade in Singapore yet. And check this out: they’ve got bumper cars (LED-lit and all!), 4D rollercoaster simulators and even a bowling alley in this 12,000 square feet haven. It feels like the ’90s all over again!
Address: Vivocity #02-43, Singapore 098585
Opening hours: 11am – 10pm (Mon to Thurs), 10.30am – 12am (Sat), 10.30am – 10pm (Sun)
Fees: $28 for one-hour playtime, $38 for two-hour playtime
Enjoy karaoke in a box at M Bar
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We know, booking a last-minute slot at the nearest Teo Heng is practically an impossible task – but fret not, as you can now have impromptu karaoke sessions at these mini recording studios. These private booths are surprisingly cosy and can fit a small group of three to four, perfect for those who are shy to sing in front of crowds. Plus, they’re completely soundproof so feel free to belt your hearts out and show off your bathroom singing skills!
Address: Plaza Singapura #04-33, Singapore 238839
Opening hours: 10am – 10pm (Mon to Sun)
Fees: $6.99 for 15 mins, $9.99 for 30 mins, $16.99 for one hour
Release your rage at The Fragment Room
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Grab your fellow hothead cousin and smash your anger away at the first ever rage room in town, which had been all the rage (sorry, we had to) since opening its doors last May. Armed with safety gear and a baseball bat, you’ll have a smashing time – literally – wrecking plates, wine bottles, laptops and television sets for the next 30 mins. Ready to enter beast mode?
Address: 3 Balestier Road, Singapore 329671
Opening hours: 1pm – 10pm (Mon to Sun)
Fees: $38 for single package (one player, 30 mins), $75 for double package (two players, 30 mins), $350 for annihilation package (one player, 60 mins)
Watch your favourite Marvel superheroes come to life at Madame Tussauds
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While we patiently wait for Avengers: Infinity War to hit our big screens, why not head down to Madame Tussauds Singapore to get your superhero fix at their latest interactive exhibition, the Marvel 4D Experience? Here, you get to marvel over life-sized figures of Iron Man, Captain America and Spider-Man, along with an immersive film screening that brings the action straight to your seats. Expect effects such as wind, water sprays and bubbles!
Address: 40 Imbiah Road, Singapore 099700
Opening hours: 10am – 7.30pm (Mon to Fri), 10am – 9pm (Sat & Sun)
Fees: $32 for children, $42 for adults
Be treated to eargasmic performances at the Prudential Marina Bay Carnival
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The Prudential Marina Bay Carnival needs no introduction, but for those of you who have yet to visit this mega carnival, it might just be your last chance to do so before it closes on 1 April. Aside from the galore of thrilling rides, nostalgic carnival games and delicious grub, there’s also an exciting lineup of programmes you can look forward to this February, such as yoga classes, cardio fitness sessions, and music performances by Koji, Wolk & the Moon, Catalogue V etc. Visit www.marinabaycarnival.sg for more details.
Address: The [email protected] Bay, 11 Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018940
Opening hours: 4pm – 11pm (Mon to Sun)
Fees: Admission is free
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