Joyful time in sunny Singapore
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.
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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.