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An afternoon in Singapore

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On our way home to Australia from Europe we will have a wait in Singapore from 1.20pm to 9.15pm on a Saturday in early October.
It sounds like we could get somewhere and see something in that time if we are not too worn out. I am thinking it might be a good strategy to keep the kids (8 and 10) awake for the afternoon to help reset their clocks to Australian time - they can sleep on the flight to Brisbane.
Is it realistic to leave the airport and have fun for that amount of time?
If so, tips for a fun afternoon?
A friend suggested the ArtScience Museum and the shopping mall next door which apparently has an ice skating rink.
Any other ideas for a tired family of 4 to get a taste of Singapore?
Thanks in advance

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