PlayLAH! Let’s Celebrate ! a national staple event since SG50, attracts 20,000 visitors in each edition since 2015. From super-sized carnival rides to learning experiences, activity zones, wide selection of F&B options and even a Music Village this year, the family-oriented carnival has become a signature event with loyal following. Join us this National Day as we invite companies to get in on the NDP party.
Badly run Family Days can be mundane affairs. At PlayLAH!, we have become well-known for providing holistic, experiential no-frills family-based fun based on 4 concept zones – Play, Learn, Eat and Bond. Focused on 3-generational participation, make this year’s Family Day a true family affair – encourage your staff to bring children, grandchildren and grandparents!
All carnival amenities are already in place with coupons provided as part of the package (except food). The entire carnival is open for your staff to explore and enjoy. Parking arrangements would have already been taken care of before arrival. And event specialists will be on site throughout to take care of your every need. We’ll even clean up after you leave. Just turn up and we’ll handle the rest!
Personalise your own experience at Singapore’s favourite Family Carnival
Your company will be provided with a dedicated zone for F&B and individual games. Choose from our wide food selection including carnival bites, local fare, Halal and vegetarian options. The entire carnival is open for your staff to enjoy together with the rest of our PlayLAH! community.
If you like the idea of joining us at PlayLAH! but would prefer closed-door arrangements with customised programmes for your staff, just speak to us and we’ll work something out with you together.
Bid farewell to expensive, boring corporate events and co-ordination nightmares by leaving your Family Day planning to a venue and events expert – us! Bulk purchase discount schemes are available for carnival coupons, and you no longer have to worry about finding a venue, hiring an event partner, coming up with a programme, and having nightmares about F&B co-ordination. We’ve already done the hard bits.