The kiddies and I checked out Spooky Jr., a special party held at the Port of Lost Wonder (POLW) on Sentosa last Friday.
POLW is the first kids’ club by the beach in Singapore. Like Peter Pan’s Neverland, POLW is all about the children. They have top priority at the play club while the adults (that’s us) get to “tag” along with them at no charge. This generous offer and the incredible fun we have at POLW every time we visit is what drew us to this event.
Spooky Jr. was held over two nights (25 & 26 Oct), 6:30pm to 9:30pm. But there was nothing sinister or spooky about Spooky Jr. In fact, it was a very friendly and welcoming version of Once Upon A Time…
We arrived at “The Ball” and who should greet us at the entrance but the EVIL Step-sister. Although, she was anything but evil and welcomed us with smiles and masks to decorate.
Consistent with their theme to Explore, Learn and Play, POLW was magically transformed into a Fantasy Land with different stations of activities to encourage such engagements with the kids. Follow us on our journey through these stations.
Curiosity Island(click on link to see the map of POLW) now housed The Royal Boutique, the Pumpkin Carriage and The Garden Fairies’ Station where all things glittery and colorful are expected. Further down the Island were the sinisterly-inviting Bubbly Cauldron and Witches’ Concoctions!
1) We Met The Fairy Princess At The Royal Boutique.
For those not fully dressed for the party, for a small price at The Royal Boutique, they were transformed into any character they desire — a super hero, a swash-buckling pirate, a Royal princess, even a pretty fairy.
2) Hocus Pocus! It’s Pumpkin Magic!
3) Fairies Who Pamper With Glitters And Colors
4) Enchanting Tales And Scavenger Hunts…
At the Hatch Patch, we met the Fairy Godmother and the Prince and Princess who told us enchanting tales. The Royal Couple even asked for our help to find the Princess’ missing slippers in a Royal Scavenger Hunt. Our clues led us all the way to Celebration Island, but sadly we did not find any shoes.
Later that evening, there was a Royal Parade for the Best-dressed individual and family. Grand prizes like family staycations and the Wii were given away that night.
5) Yummy, Yummy In My Tummy!
All this running around made me very hungry, but the kiddies didn’t want to stop. I finally convinced them to take a break for a quick dinner at Port Belly, followed by sweet savory cotton candy for desert and a visit to Just Wonder, POLW’s retail shop for some souvenirs! That did the trick!
6) Magic Potions A-Brewing
After dinner, we plucked up our courage to brew our own portions. Big Brother may have a future as a Mixologist while little sis’ potion concoction was a little harder to stomach.
7) Let The Good Times Roll…
Even though we didn’t bring our swimmers, we still had a blast at POLW. There is always so much to see, to experience and to do. POLW is a true haven for children and families can spend an entire day there. Here are some of the things I love about it:
- The friendly and helpful staff — they have a very positive energy about them, which is translated to make their young visitors feel good.
- Engaging activities — kids up to 12 years old can find something at POLW to entertain them.What’s Going On at POLW, click here for more details.
- The Pirate Ship — this central attraction with its water play and slides provides hours and hours of fun for your little one and you. Remember to bring your swimmers when you head out to POLW.
- Even if you forget, their retail shopJust Wonderwhich has an abundant of interesting souvenirs and products, just might have what you need.
- Port Belly – generous helping, great variety, and delicious food at very reasonable price… What more can you ask for?
Port of Lost Wonder
Address: 54 Palawan Beach Walk, Sentosa (near Beach Car Park).
Opening Hours: 10am – 6:30pm daily (Pirate Ship closes at 6:00pm)
Our visit was generously hosted by the Sentosa group who in no way influenced the comments or reviews of this post. Thank you for a wonderful visit!
Till our next post, love yourself, love one another.