Bugged by the gastric flu for the last few days, I was still feeling so lethargic when Sunday dawned on me. It was the only day that I could spend a decent day with the kids away from home and I was not willing to let the day slipped off just lazing at home watching DVDs.

I did not want to catch the hot sun outside nor get caught in the heavy crowd at the busy shopping complexes and so decided to go to a place with “outdoor fun” but “indoor cool” - Lilliput - at Singapore East Coast. The kids were completely excited with the whole new experience at this indoor mini-golf with a set-up of 18 Singapore mini landmarks.

Lilliput, which is located at the previous Big Splash at East Coast Singapore, is neighbour to a beautiful stretch of sea, a popular spot for car boot sales, bazaar and restaurants.


For a start the staff helped to show the kids the correct technique of holding the golf club and also the rules of the game. We golfed our way through 18 stations which are set-up as miniature worlds of Singapore’s popular landmarks like Esplanade, Singapore Zoo, Singapore Discovery Centre and Haw Par Villa. The kids not only get to exercise their patience in waiting for their turns of their game, their mental and hand-eye coordination, they are also exposed to the different miniature landmarks.

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