7 Best Indoor Things to Do In Singapore To Beat The Rain

Don’t let the weather dampen your mood. Singapore is known to be a sunny island. However, the weather is unpredictable and can throw up an occasional shower or thunderstorm. Cherish your bonding time with the loved ones and don’t put it in jeopardy due to the rain.

Here are the top 7 indoor things to do in Singapore which you can add to your backup plan and activate when the skies turn dark.

No matter rain or shine, nothing can dampen your mood!

#1 Get upclose & personal with Marine Life at S.E.A. Aquarium

S.E.A. Aquarium remains the top favorite for familes to spend a half a day leisurely spotting manta rays, sharks and other marine creatures. Head to the Discovery Pool, come up close to animals such as the epaulette shark as well as the knobbly sea star, a native sea star recognised by the chocolate chip-like knobs on top of its body. The area is equipped with wash basins for you to sanitise your hands before and after the experience.

Do not miss out the crown jewel of the attraction: Open Ocean Habitat. It is home to more than 120 species of sea animals and the size is equivalent to 7 Olympic-size pools! Make this your best photo spot!

S.E.A. Aquarium @ Resorts World Sentosa

Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, 098269

Opening Hours: Mon to Tue 10:00am to 5:00pm; Sat to Sun 9:00am to 5:00pm; closed from Wed to Fri (except Public & Sch Holidays)

#2 Unlimited Selfies with Celebrities & Icons at Madame Tussauds

One place to meet JJ Lin, Stephanie Sun, David Beckham & Iron Man? Madame Tussauds Singapore has you covered. ‘Meet’ and take a photo alongside your childhood idol or take a step back into history and stand beside famous historical figures.

Your experience is incomplete without taking a Spirit of Singapore boat ride – taking you through a fantasy, tropical garden, onto the F1 Singapore night race track and finally Changi International Airport. Trace Singapore’s extraordinary history and meet the everyday people and pioneers that have made this nation the 21st-century powerhouse it is.

Singapore’s history will come alive at Images of Singapore LIVE – where live talents will bring you through a 30-minute journey of the nation’s history.

Madame Tussauds Singapore @ Sentosa Island

Address: 40 Imbiah Road, Singapore 099700

Opening Hours: Thu to Mon 11:00am to 7:00pm (Last admission: 6:00pm) closed from Tue to Wed

#3 The World’s First Indoor Atrium Net Playground at AIRZONE

Relive your childhood with your kids at the one and only AIRZONE Singapore. Boasting acitvities across 4 levels of the mall, you can either relax in the giant ball pit, tackle the maze zone through obstacle courses and more.

Our favourite has to be the giant slide from Level 6 to 5! Now, mums can’t drag the kids home from playground when it rains.

AIRZONE Singapore @ City Square Mall

Address: 180 Kitchener Road, #02-K4, K10, 208539

Opening Hours: 11:40am to 8:40pm daily (Last admission: 8:10pm)

#4 You Are Made To Move at SuperPark Singapore

At the newly reopened SuperPark Singapore, there are more than 20 activities available and many are kids-friendly.

Be a hotshot as you score your way through a digital basketball game. Fancy some baseball training or be a sharpshooter at archery? The variety is mindblowing! For the adrenaline seekers, lay out your best moves at the trampoline platform or try out SuperClimb – rockclimbing in a safe and comfortable setting.

SuperPark Singapore @ Suntec City

Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall, #02-477 (North Wing)

Singapore 038983

Opening Hours: Weekdays 11:30am to 9:00pm;

Weekends, Public & Sch Holidays: 10:00am to 10:00pm

#5 Changi (Crown) Jewel In The East

From planespotting to dining at restaurants, Changi Airport has always been a family favourite. Now add Changi Jewel to the fray, you have the world tallest indoor waterfall – HSBC Rain Vortex. Don’t forget to take a few selfies here!

Located on the 5th floor of Changi Jewel, there are several attractions for your family and you to enjoy. Take a stroll at the Canopy Park and let the kids enjoy the Discovery Slides while you take in beautiful scenes of greenery at the Petals Garden and Topiary Walk. More fun activities like Hedge & Mirror Maze give you more options than just sightseeing.

If you are in the mood to sweat it out, consider the Manulife Sky Nets (Bouncing or Walking). Lastly, complete your day with the best views of HSBC Rain Vortex from Canopy Bridge!

Changi Jewel

Address: 78 Airport Blvd., Singapore 819666

Opening Hours: 24 Hours

#6 Step Up Your Instagram Game At ArtScience Musuem

Take a step into future and snap some nice images at Future World exhibit. The little ones are not forgotten with the Sliding through the Fruit Field where flowers and fruit blossom and grow as you slide down.

Step into the Crystal Universe made up of 170,000 LED lights and feel like you’ve transcended into another galaxy altogether!

Most tickets sold by travel agents include Digital Light Canvas, so don’t forget to visit that as well.

ArtScience Museum @ Marina Bay Sands

Address: 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974

Opening Hours: Sun to Thu 10:00am to 7:00pm (Last admission: 6:00pm)

Fri to Sat 10:00am to 9:00pm (Last admission: 8:00pm)

#7 Rain Or Shine Greenery Sightseeing at Gardens By The Bay

Yes, Gardens By The Bay does have several attractions which are outdoors and affected by the weather. However, many overlooked the fact that Cloud Forest & Flower Dome are both enclosed and air-conditioned, giving guests an enjoyable experience marvelling at the lush greenery in the heart of Marina Bay.

Let your eyes rest and set sights on blooming flowers. Find inner peace and hear the occasional birds chirping in the domes. This should be on anyone’s to-do list be it rain or shine!

Gardens By The Bay

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953

Opening Hours: 9:00am to 9:00pm daily (Last admission 8:30pm)

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