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Baby Fairs 2015 Singapore


Because Mrs. Keir's BFF is expecting a baby, I've been looking out for Baby Fairs all over again, this time round it's Baby Fairs 2015!
I know we've just missed one Baby Fair (BabyCare Festival 2015) happening in early Feb but I've scanned through the diaper and milk formula deals, nothing fantastic.

Thought to share the list of Baby Fairs 2015 happening in Singapore with everyone here. Thought there're only 2 on the list for now, will continue to update as and when there're additional Baby Fairs 2015 to add on.

There are a few Baby Fairs happening a year, each of them claiming to be the ''biggest'' baby fair so how will we know which one to go? Especially if it's located all the way at Singapore Expo, just to share a tip - other than visiting the website to check on the list of exhibitors, I'll also gauge if the Baby Fair is worth going by looking at the number of halls they are in.
Exhibitions in Expos are by halls, sometimes you will see the venue as Hall 4A or Hall 4B, usually such fairs are relatively smaller, occupying half the hall only. So if you see Hall 4-6 , its really a mega fair or even a fair occupying an entire hall is pretty decent enough. 

1. Baby Market 2015
Venue:Singapore Expo
Date: 9 - 12 April 2015
Time: 10:00 am to 8:00pm

2. Supermom Bazaar
Venue: Suntec Convention Level 4
Date: 28 - 30 August 2015
Time: 10:00 am to 8:00pm

3. Young Parents Fiesta
Venue: Marina Square
Date: 26 - 28 June 2015 (Fri - Sun)

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