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    Travelling to Singapore in Feb 2009

    Dear All,
    I will be bringing my 2.10 years old to Singapore in FEb for 4 days 3 nights. Anything that we can go there to do, is it the Zoo and the Birdpark, also to Sentosa?

    Any further tips and advice will be appreciated.

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    Babi

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    Yep, Sentosa Island is extremely child friendly. We stayed at the Resort there with our then 9 month year old. He loved the aquarium and there is also a dolphin show on the other side of the island. Are you staying in a hotel? If so, just ask them and they'll help you.

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    The night safari at the zoo is well worth seeing. The zoo isn't bad during the day either!

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    the singapore flyer is interesting too, but the night safari is definitely very interesting. the shang ri la hotel on sentosa is nice, very child friendly.

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    The Singapore Ducktours (Duck Boat Ride) is awesome. Our whole family loved it, especially my 4 years old daughter.

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    Hihi,

    you could visit singapore tourism website. http://www.visitsingapore.com/publis.../en/index.html

    in general, singapore is quite a family orientated island. the only thing is that singapore is pretty humid and hot as compare to hk now. so you might want to make sure your children are dressed for the right weather and stay hydrated.
    cheers,
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    Thanks a lot! I think I'll only go to the zoo in day time because my boy will skip his nap, so he has to sleep early at night. There should be lots of cuisine that is suitable for toddlers, right?

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    There's a wide range of food available as Singaporeans are eclectic in taste- chinese, malay, indian, japanese, korean, western. I would avoid some Indian and Malay foods (not ALL such foods are spicy but some are) but apart from that, it depends on what your toddler likes to eat!

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