Joy­ful time in sunny Sin­ga­pore

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AS your kids grow up, they tend to as­sert their in­de­pen­dence and what bet­ter way to let them learn than by cooking their own meal?

Start small at Slappy Cakes Sin­ga­pore, Re­sorts World at Sen­tosa, where they can de­sign their own pan­cakes and be in con­trol of what they put in it. Let creativ­ity take charge ( and have them cook for you for a change).

So, how do you go about DIY- ing a pan­cake? First of all, pick your bat­ter. Slappy Cakes Sin­ga­pore pro­vides five choices – but­ter­milk, whole grain, peanut but­ter, zuc­chini and cho­co­late.

Once you’ve set­tled on your choice, it’s time to think about the fix­ings. You’ll find a whole host of sweet and savoury fix­ings to pick from, from clas­sic cho­co­late chips to ad­ven­tur­ous blue cheese.

Are your pan­cakes ready to be taken off the grid­dle?

Time to pick your top­pings. The se­lec­tion of 10 dif­fer­ent top­pings are the ic­ing on your cake, as you get to choose from yummy choices like maple syrup, laven­der honey, homemade cho­co­late spread, whipped cream and even Greek yo­ghurt.

At Slappy Cakes Sin­ga­pore, you can have your ( pan) cake and eat it too – once your cre­ation is dec­o­rated to your heart’s de­sire, go ahead and dig in. Ap­pre­ci­at­ing the fruits of your de­li­cious hard work is even more en­joy­able when you’ve been hav­ing lots of fun through­out.

Week­end Best – Stay Cool in Sunny Sin­ga­pore:

Need to cool off this week­end? There are some thrilling ad­ven­tures that you can en­joy with your fam­ily. These places let you and, more im­por­tantly your kids, work off that ex­cess en­ergy with plenty of ex­cit­ing ac­tiv­i­ties.

Want to ex­pe­ri­ence a dif­fer­ent sea­son aside from the usual rain and shine? If you love snow­ball fights and the feel of cold, win­try air, drop by Snow City at the Sci­ence Cen­tre Sin­ga­pore in Jurong East for some win­ter­time fun.

Per­haps you’d like some­thing more ac­tive? Ur­ban Ski Sin­ga­pore at Mil­lenia Walk of­fers some splen­did ski­ing en­ter­tain­ment for the fam­ily. Its Kids Club pro­grammes on Satur­days al­low your kids to join in on the fun as you all tum­ble about ( un­less you’re sea­soned skiers). Mean­while, the cool, damp sur­face of the “ski tread­mill” pro­vides the il­lu­sion that you’re on an ac­tual ski slope, mak­ing the ex­pe­ri­ence all the more au­then­tic.

If you’re look­ing for some­thing to do out­doors, but are still hop­ing to stay cool, there is just the place for you. Those with older kids can con­sider pay­ing a visit to Wave House Sen­tosa to en­joy some surf­ing fun. The FlowRider at­trac­tion of­fers a wild and wet work­out for you and your kids – who knew rid­ing the waves would be such a fun way to ex­er­cise? If there are younger kids in the fam­ily, the dip­ping pool there en­sures they don’t have to miss out on any of the wa­ter fun. Prices for the surf­ing ses­sions dif­fer so be sure to check out the web­site for more in­for­ma­tion.

For de­tails, look out for the ad­ver­tise­ment in this StarSpe­cial.

Drop by Snow City at the Sci­ence Cen­tre Sin­ga­pore in Jurong East for some win­ter­time fun.

Ap­pre­ci­at­ing the fruits of your de­li­cious hard work is even more en­joy­able when you’ve been hav­ing lots of fun through­out.

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