Created in 1975 by a toy-loving psychologist, the Children’s Museum in Brussels is designed entirely with little ones in mind. Visitors can get stuck into five different workshops including a cookery class; fairy tales workshop; art; construction and theatre. Learn how to use a wrench and hammer before engaging your imagination to create a fantastical story or taking part in drama exercises. Check out the ‘Time to Wonder’ exhibit, created to engage the five senses. Children will explore a giant chess board as they feel, listen and look their way around the scene, and explore places such as the Arctic, a dream train and a deep-sea submarine.
Located in the heart of Singapore’s busiest entertainment and shopping district, the hotel offers escapism from the city’s hustle and bustle.
Atlantis The Palm is an aquatic water wonderland by the sea spanning a massive 46 hectares with unrivalled facilities, restaurants and a waterpark. Atlantis is situated on the famous man-made ‘Palm’.
This luxurious, family-friendly hotel set on a hillside with panoramic views to Spinalonga has first-rate service, first-class restaurants, a blue-flag strip of sandy beach and a decent spa.
Families are safe and well-entertained in this spacious, stunning and secluded five star on a private east coast promontory, with two island playgrounds, one even for playing Robinson Crusoe on at Ilot Mangenie.