If the mere mention of Unicorno, Donutella and Cactus Friends gets your kids (and you) excited, check out this Tokidoki pop-up cafe. It’s said to be the world’s ﬁrst – even the characters’ Italian co-founder and chief creative ofﬁcer Simone Legno ﬂew in to ofﬁciate its March opening.
The team behind Kumoya, which previously collaborated with Cinnamoroll, Miffy and Care Bears, runs this cafe. Tuck into Instagrammable burger, curry rice and ramen, and slurp up ﬂuffy cotton candy drinks – all curated by food artist, Shirley Wong, better known as Little Miss Bento.
The Tokidoki X Kumoya tieup will end in late June. Visit www.facebook.com/kumoyasingapore.
You’re never too young to appreciate the arts, Act3 International believes. Its second instalment of the ACT3i Festival for Children features six original theatre performances from all around the world for babies and preschoolers. Tickets are priced at $38 for one child and one adult, or $22 for a single ticket (child or adult). Family packs are available.
There’s also, Grow, Garden, Grow, an interactive storytelling workshop for ages seven to 17 months. It costs $38 for one child and one adult. The festival runs from May 22 to June 3. Visit www.act3international.com.sg.
Meet the S.E.A. Aquarium’s newest residents, the sand tiger sharks that are famed for their rows of ragged teeth and vicious appearance. Teach your kids to get the perfect shot of these and other marine animals by using the underwater photography tips that can be found around the aquarium.
These are contributed by National Geographic, which has also put up an Ocean Record Breakers exhibition till May 20. It features facts and videos of six amazing species – the blue whale, giant squid, great white shark, blue marlin, mola mola and leatherback turtle. Usual admission fees to the S.E.A. Aquarium apply. Visit www.rwsentosa.com/oceanwonders.