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  • #61
    Maybe this http://sparklette.net/archives/disney-naturally/

    I'm sure kids would be exhilarated to celebrate here!

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    • #62
      Another suggestion i have will be KookyArt.

      http://www.kookyart.com.sg/

      I will recommend this for children party between age of 4 and above. The kids will definitely enjoy and they get to bring back home the cupcakes and cookies that they have decorated during the party!!! My little nephew celebrated his 4th birthday @ his school! Even the teachers enjoy themselves too!!

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      • #63
        Children Birthday Cake Suggestion

        Not sure if this topic on children birthday cake was mentioned before?

        Just to share, instead of having the usual birthday cake. We have cupcakes for my 2 kids birthday.

        This is for my little girl's 4th birthday
        http://www.flickr.com/photos/5567645...n/photostream/
        http://www.flickr.com/photos/5567645...n/photostream/

        This is for my boy's 6th Birthday (A SpiderWeb's design)
        http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/2180811260/

        I find cupcake very convenient!!!! No need to cut...after cake blowing..just distribute one cupcake for each kid!!!

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        • #64
          can somebody please advice where to get cupcake picks? am trying to bake and decorate cupcakes for my cousins' bday!!!

          Birthday direct is not shippikng into singapore anymore

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          • #65
            Fidgets VS Go-Go Bambini (Demphsey)

            Originally posted by momopeach View Post
            If you want indoor playground, i suggest Fidgets ( http://www.fidgets.com.sg/index.html ) at Turf City than Bambini. Fidgets is much bigger/ more roomy, and a bigger play area for younger kids (say 1 to 3?), and then another area for older kids. Bambini I just find it too crowded at times, the play area for younger kids is soo small, too claustrophic in my opinion.
            Just to share:

            Today, just went there with some friends and all our children.

            I would say that Fidgets's playscape is more suitable for children who are 3 yrs and below Yes, I agreed with you that the place is brighter, more spacious, a big cafe / sitting areas for the mummies. This place is definitely great for younger toddler and babies!!

            But if you have kids who are older like 4 and above, they will find that the playscape @ Fidgets are not so challenging. Today, after playing less than 45 minutes, all our kids (range from 4 to 6 years old) all running back to us, and told us that they are done with place.... Sigh... so sad... "waste our money". The food & beverage is slightly more expensive here..and also there isn't much selection on finger food.

            As for Go-Go Bambini @ Demphsey Hill. They loves it! Althought the place is not so bright, smaller.. BUT the playscape to them is CHALLENGING, FUN AND EXCITING! However, the place can be quite crowded on weekends. The food selection are more.

            I think I realised is they do temperature check over @ Bambini, which is good!
            But over at Fidgets, no temperature check...hmmmm...

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            • #66
              Originally posted by valentine View Post
              Hi all,
              I think this might had been posted before, but i ll be having my daughter first bday at gymboree harbourfront as she is currently having classes there. Its air conditioned and theres quite a big "stroller parking lot" outside.
              My son also attends classes there. How was the b'day celebration? Fun? What do they do?
              If we hold a celebration in these playgyms, does it mean that I can't invite too many people such as relatives or people with no children?

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              • #67
                Originally posted by 2bbtang View Post
                Not sure if this topic on children birthday cake was mentioned before?

                Just to share, instead of having the usual birthday cake. We have cupcakes for my 2 kids birthday.

                This is for my little girl's 4th birthday
                http://www.flickr.com/photos/5567645...n/photostream/
                http://www.flickr.com/photos/5567645...n/photostream/

                This is for my boy's 6th Birthday (A SpiderWeb's design)
                http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/2180811260/

                I find cupcake very convenient!!!! No need to cut...after cake blowing..just distribute one cupcake for each kid!!!
                Hi 2bbtang,

                the cupcakes are pretty! Can I know where you got them and were they expensive? thanks.

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by queenbitchyy03 View Post
                  Maybe this http://sparklette.net/archives/disney-naturally/

                  I'm sure kids would be exhilarated to celebrate here!
                  but this place nothing much...we went there once. The food variety very limited especially if your kids are very selective do not even have finger foods.

                  and there are nothing for the kids to play except the big tv screen and afew arcade counters by the side.

                  I think Ikea kids playground is better compare to this place.

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                  • #69
                    any kids theme restaurant to rec??? my son celebrating his 2 yrs old next month

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                    • #70
                      hello,
                      I'm thinking to celebrate my daughter's 5 yr old party next month somewhere. thinking to book at mcd, but i feel like it's not so excited for kids. is it so?

                      i read the previous pages info, some are quite interesting but i'm stucked with the min no of children. it's not easy for me to gather 12 children as most of our friends' children are so much older or they dont have none. any suggestion?

                      anyway, does it look weird to hold party with only 4 families (8-10 adults) n 12 children?

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                      • #71
                        I'm celebrating my boy's 2nd birthday next mth too . Most probably be bringing him out to eat . Any places to recommend ?

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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by misscynthia View Post
                          I'm celebrating my boy's 2nd birthday next mth too . Most probably be bringing him out to eat . Any places to recommend ?
                          there's this mickey mouse theme resturant if im not wrong , my colleague brought her son there once , she say its pretty nice (:

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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by fleuran View Post
                            there's this mickey mouse theme resturant if im not wrong , my colleague brought her son there once , she say its pretty nice (:
                            My friend recommended this plc to me as well bt the distance is far as im stayin in the north .

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                            • #74
                              Fidgets's playscape looks better compared to kids explorer .

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