School holiday is just around the corner, if you have not planned any fun things to do with your children yet, let us share some new and fun things to check out!
Adventure with Emmet and Wyldstyle at The LEGO® Movie 4D A New Adventure
For all LEGO® Movie fans, you got to head over to LEGOLAND Malaysia’s new 4D experience and join Emmet and Wyldstyle in a LEGOLAND Parks exclusive storyline. You can look forward to finding out what happened after the blockbuster movie, when Emmet, Wyldstyle, Unikitty, MetalBeard and Benny reunite at the invitation of a shady new character, Risky Business, who plans to open a theme park bearing a suspicious resemblance to LEGOLAND.
The 4D short film will play several times a day at LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort’s LEGO Studio, housed in the Imagination area, with effects such as wind, water, fog and more bringing the action out of the screen and into the audience.
We were there for the media preview and launch of the show, here’s a recap of that day’s highlight, and also a trailer for the LEGO Movie 4D A New Adventure.
In conjunction with the launch of the new attraction, LEGOLAND will run an exclusive offer for on their website offering a ‘Buy 1 ticket, get the second @ 50% off’ promotion. Visit www.legoland.my for more information.
Let your creativity soar at MOSH! Just Imagine
An Interactive Digital Multi-Media Theme Park for the young and young at heart to bring our creativity to life! MOSH! is the first of its kind in Singapore. A futuristic edutainment park brings you, your family, teens and children to an alternate world of incredible wonders. Using advanced, special tools and cutting-edge technology from Japan, they handcraft each and every interactive, digital exhibits to bring your imaginations to life, instantly!
MOSH! (Moshi) leverages multi-media interactivity and digital technology to enrich the imagination of both the young and older. All visitors will be given the artistic power to illustrate their creativity skills, and transcend these original masterpieces to real life. The exciting, futuristic features of this Theme Park elevates the experience of every guest and gives you an edutainment adventure that challenges your imaginative limits.
Visit www.mosh.com.sg for more information.
Experience construction at Diggersite
A brand new attraction which just launched on February 23, 2016 at East Coast Park, at Diggersite you get to ride and operate construction machineries. DIGGERSITE is one-of-a-kind amusement centre which provides adults and children with realistic experience in operating smaller scale construction machinery. Fun for all ages, the recreational and educational digger rides will also help children develop skills such as hand-eye coordination, which is the basic for writing, crafts, and other fine motor activities.
With a footprint of 3.5 square metre, the premium token operated Diggers work like a real excavator with its hydraulically controlled arms. It is a “grown up digger” for all ages. There are one indoor station -play area with cluster of colourful plastic balls and two outdoor stations- play areas with plastic bottles and bricks at enclosed sandpit. All stations and digger rides are suitable for adults and children.
Location: Raintree Cove, 1020 East Coast Parkway #01-04, Singapore 449878
Opening hours: 10am to 10pm (Mon to Sunday)
Prices: $7.00/ride. Bundle promo $18 for 3 rides
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Build Your Imagination at Kaboodle Kids
Kaboodle Kids is Singapore’s first and only indoor playground that uses Imagination Playground, these includes bricks and cylinders, accented with chutes, channels and parts that suggest motion or connectivity. They inspire children to design their own inventions, environments and activities.
Started in 2014, Kaboodle Kids uses Imagination Playground to encourage children to develop their imagination and creativity, as well as nurture their emotional, physical, social and cognitive development through play. Kaboodle Kids offers great parent-child bonding through play, and believes that children should not be too fixated on academic achievements and also make time for creative play. For more information, visit www.kaboodlekids.com.sg.
*This article also published on Getgo Parents.