Wordless Wednesday: Mini golfers


Last week, we went to Lilliputt on a weekday mid-afternoon. It was great fun for the kids, and all three of them enjoyed it very much! The boys tried their hand at putting, and Scout was just happy to walk around and explore. The place looks very dated, but in a way it feels kinda nostalgic.

Lots of space to run about and explore, also some seats (on the left) for those who are tired out from walking 18 holes. Ha!!
It’s actually not a very large area, so the kids can run about and you don’t have to worry about losing sight of them like in a theme park.

You are supposed to have a maximum of eight strokes at each of the 18 stations, but which young kid is going to be bothered by the rules? So go on a weekday and you can have as many tries as you like and keep going back to your favourite holes. Perfect for kids!

The MRT hole features a moving train. Cute!
Waiting for the ball
Boat Quay
Young and old can try their hand at it! Great motor skills exercise.
Haw Par Villa. Luckily they left out the gory bits.

Children 12 and below are $12.80 each, before any discounts, so we paid for 2 kids. There is no time limit. After having some fun we headed to Crab in da Bag for dinner!



902 East Coast Parkway
Block B #03-05 Big Splash (Just above Sushi Tei)
Singapore 449874
Tel: 6348 9606

Monday Closed (except Public Holidays)
Tuesday to Sunday and Public Holidays – 10.00 am to 8.00 pm
Last game commence at 7.00 pm




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