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School Holiday Activities, Events, and Free Summer Fun for Kids

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Looking for fun things for the kids to do in Singapore during the school holidays this summer? Check out these kids activities and fun events!

If you haven’t signed your kiddos up for any awesome Summer Camps you better hop to it before they all sell out (no pressure!). But what about the rest of the school holidays? We line up some (ticketed and free activities), and suggestions of kid’s things to do in Singapore!

Read more: Ultimate Guide to Summer in Singapore: Activities + Things to Do

Disclaimer: During phase 3 HA information changes all the time. Always check ahead before making plans to avoid disappointment. Stay safe!
 
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Visit SuperPark: skate, archery, trampolining and more

The newest indoor playground SuperPark is great for all ages, big kids, teens, adults and toddlers so it’s the perfect spot for siblings over the school holidays! Superpark consists of two levels of unlimited activities including a popular Pedal Car Track (with pedal bikes for older kids and smaller tricycles for the young ones), a tube slide that zooms down a hill, a flying fox, trampolines, archery, plus ball games like SuperBall and BaseBall; interactive games like SuperHoop, SuperPinBall, Valo Jump, Hot Stepper, as well as adrenaline-pumping games like Skate & Scoot, Augmented Climbing, SuperClimb and more!
Price: Free for kids under age one, $23.90 for children under 100cm, $28.90 for students on weekdays, $33.90 for adults.

SuperPark Singapore, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall, #02-477 (North Wing), Singapore

Read more: Ultimate Guide to Summer in Singapore: Activities + Things to Do


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Enjoy a merry-go-round, soft play and rides at Pororo Park

Have little kids aged 1-6 years old? Head to popular indoor playground Pororo Park Singapore at Marina Square with its new merry-go-round, of colourful horses and carriages. There’s also a fully padded Toddler Area with a mini slide, a sensory play area filled with kid-safe Hinoki wood cubes, and a jungle gym, which combines soft play, mazes, nets and slides! Little kids will love the meet-and-greet with Pororo himself, plus diving into the Shark Ball Pool, role-playing at the life-sized Petty Supermarket and Pororo’s House (a replica of the one from the TV show!) and going on the ever-popular Pororo Express Train. On top of all the fun and play this coming June school holidays, there is also a special day we should celebrate – Father’s Day! On 20th June dads can spend time with their little captains at Pororo Park Singapore where there will be a special superhero theme, dedications to Dad and more! Read all about Pororo Park Singapore in our review here!

Price:
Free for kids under age one (adults $7.50); from $33.90 for kids aged 1 to 12 years old
Mega Toy Sale at Rody’s Toy Store! 1st – 30th June 2021: Buy 2 toys at 10% off, Buy 3 at 15% off and 4 at 25% off!

Pororo Park Singapore, 6 Raffles Boulevard, #02-29 Marina Square, Singapore, Tel: (+65) 6250 9700


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Play at Tayo Station: road circuit & indoor play

Massive 10,000-sqft indoor playground Tayo Station is a dream come true for little fans of Tayo The Little Bus. Little tykes can have fun in the sensorial ‘sand play’ room, go wild at the playground, and ball pit. One of the highlights is Tayo’s Road Circuit featuring a Garage, Wash n’ Go and Gas Pump Kiosk for little vehicle lovers to career around. Hoping your little one will get to burn off lots of energy? There’s a colourful playground with a three-storey play system, two long slides and plenty of fun obstacles!

Mega Toy Sale at Tayo’s Toy Store! 1-30 June 2021: Buy 2 toys at 10% off, Buy 3 at 15% off and 4 at 25% off!
Price: From $24 for kids aged one to 12. The ticket includes one adult for free; $6 for each additional adult

Tayo Station, E!Hub, Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Level 3, Singapore 519599, Tel: (+65) 6283 7900

Read more: Ultimate Guide to Summer in Singapore: Activities + Things to Do


Play virtual games at Kallang Wave Mall

Got a Blaze and the Monster Machines fan at home? Head to Kallang Wave Mall for a blazin’ good time! From 5 June to 18 July 2021, you can redeem a Blaze’s Adventure Play Pass and a $5 tenant cash voucher when you spend a minimum of $60. The Play Pass lets kiddos explore a series of Blaze-themed e-games, and features options such as the Engineering Mind Virtual Hunt and the Monster Truck Obstacle Driving game. All your kiddo has to do to play is scan the necessary QR codes and fill the Play Pass with all the missing tools to get a free, exclusive DIY Truck Kit!

When: 5 June – 18 July 2021
How to redeem: Spend a minimum of $60 ($100 for FairPrice Xtra receipts) with a maximum of five combined receipts (inclusive of one F&B receipt). The promotion is limited to one (1) redemption per shopper per day on a first-come, first-served basis and while stocks last. Other terms and conditions apply.

Kallang Wave Mall, 1 Stadium Place, Singapore 397628, Tel: (+65) 6702 5168


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Book a family-friendly tour or experience with Seek Sophie

Looking to take the kids on a bit of an adventure while in Singapore? Yes it’s still possible to discover new nooks of this little island or see neighbourhoods through different eyes (with the help of a good tour guide!) Seek Sophie lists a treasure trove of fun experiences that the whole family can do together. From pottery classes and booking yacht trips at good prices, to kayaking trips in Pulau Ubin mangroves suitable for kids 4+ and up, there are so many fun activities to try during the school holidays and beyond! At Seek Sophie, you can find local tour companies and small activity providers all listed in one place – look for the handy ‘family-friendly tag when you are searching for fun things to do!

Seek Sophie, www.seeksophie.com


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Splash at Adventure Cove Waterpark!

Adventure Cove Waterpark has reopened with exciting rides and revamped attractions! This is going to be lots of fun for the whole family (and older kids especially, as many rides have a height restriction of 122m). Thrill-seekers and water babies, get excited for the Pipeline Plunge “like riding a water tornado in the dark”,  the Riptide Rocket, intense rollercoaster on water, plus there’s also the exciting Whirlpool Washout that features twists, turns and dips. There’s also a chance to go snorkelling and see the myriad of colourful fish at Rainbow Reef! For the younger ones grab a tube and float down the lazy river.
Price: Singapore residents $20-24 (child 4-12), $24/26 youth (13-17 yrs old), $26/32 adult for non-peak/peak times.

Adventure Cove Waterpark, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269


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Enter Artispique’s Art Competition & win prizes!

If the kids are feeling creative, get them to enter Artispique’s Mid-Year School Holiday art competition themed ‘Celebrating Singapore Heritage’. Kiddos can showcase their creativity and understanding of Singapore’s heritage through their artwork (they’ll get to choose between two themes to draw). Artispique specialises in Memory Vault keepsake books (a place for you to store your child’s artwork) so first prizes for this art competition will include a Memory Vault keepsake book worth $238, Faber-Castell products, Airzone tickets, and Wok°15 F&B vouchers. Plus all entries will be entitled to 25% off Memory Vault keepsake books. Find out how to enter this art competition, where to send your artwork and which themes your child can choose here.
When: 29 May – 11 July 2021.

Sassy Readers will receive additional complimentary Customised Art Postcards (4 pcs of A6 300gsm high-quality maple postcards) on top of 10% off Memory Vault. Simply quote “Sassy Mama” at the checkout page remarks! Sassy Perk valid throughout the competition period (29 May – 11 July 2021).

Artispique, www.artispique.com/pages/artcompetition


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Try woodworking and outdoor play at Forest Play, Sentosa

Newly opened ForestPlay is Singapore’s first Nature Adventure Playscape, combining the concept of an adventure playground with learning amongst nature. This exciting new outdoor playscape by forest school educators Kidz Treehouse provides a fun and challenging environment for kids 4-14 years old, to take part in risky play. Kids will get to do woodworking (using saws, wood and hammers) to construct (or deconstruct) as they wish. They can play in the mud pit, paint outdoors, swing on the tree swing and have lots of fun outdoor play. Parents can watch from the sidelines but it’s all about free play here so kids are encouraged to play independently. Read more here.
Price: $39.90/2 hours pre-booking is open or there are Season passes (with huge savings).

ForestPlay, 112 Tanjong Beach Walk, Singapore (Enter through Tanjong 1 Carpark, also known as Palawan Beach Carpark) 


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Have fun at inflatable playground Bouncy Paradise

Jump, slide and bounce at Bouncy Paradise – a massive indoor inflatable park featuring a huge interconnected bouncy castle platform with 20 rainbow slides, trampolines, ball pits big enough to swim in with unicorn floats, plus obstacle courses, climbing walls, a flying fox and more! Don’t forget to bring non-slip socks!
Price: $19 (for 2 hour slot) per entry adults and children over 12 months old. Kids below 12 years old require an accompanying adult.

Bouncy Paradise, 200 Pandan Gardens (Gardens (PeopleUp Enrichment Hub)


Take the kids to a Frog Farm

Take the little sproglets over to the Jurong Frog Farm where they can learn about the life cycle of frogs, and even hold one if you dare. Read more about SG Farms here.
Price: Free during weekends and on public holidays.

Jurong Frog Farm, 56 Lim Chu Kang Lane 6, Singapore 


Get creative at an Art Class

From painting to pottery, drawing to decoupage, there are plenty of different art classes for kids of varying ages to get their creative juices going. Enrol them in a one-off class or a week art camp to explore different mediums and see a real progression in their art skills!
Read all about the best art classes for kids here.


Whizz down water slides at Wild Wild Wet!

Looking for some adrenalin-fuelled fun? Wild Wild Wet! water park in Pasir Ris has varying levels of thrills. Older kids and teens will love the Kraken Racers where you can race down a four-lane mat racer slide or there’s Singapore’s first high-speed 360° ride, Vortex. Do you dare try the Free Fall and Torpedo – the latter features a floor that opens beneath you for a free-fall experience that will have your heart palpitating!
Prices: from $18/child and $24/adult for a day pass.

Wild Wild Wet, Downtown East,1 Pasir Ris Close, Singapore


See how veggies are grown at Bollywood Veggies

Get out of the city and spend a morning at Bollywood Veggies where you can join a rice planting activity or just stroll around the 10-acre farm admiring the cocoa trees, pandan and variety of edible plants. Enjoy a meal in the on-site restaurant, Poison Ivy Bistro whilst you’re there.
Prices: free to look around the farm, activities various prices.

Bollywood Veggies, 100 Neo Tiew Road, Kranji, Singapore 


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Visit Science Centre for educational fun 

Plan a whole morning or even a full day at Science Centre Singapore exploring different topics from climate change to kinetic forces, all in a kid-friendly, hands-on way. Your kids will be pushing buttons, experimenting with levers and absorbing so much that they won’t even realise they are learning. This edutainment centre brings the amazing world of science alive for kids (and adults!) Highlights include the Butterflies Up-Close*, the Omni-Theatre* and for little kids KidsSTOP*.
Prices: FREE for Singaporeans and PR if visiting during off-peak hours. Otherwise it’s $12 for adults and $8 for children. *attractions priced separately.
Read our mega guide to Science Centre here.

Science Centre, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore  


Go wakeboarding at Singapore Wake Park

Sporty kids as young as six and teens alike will love Singapore’s first and only cable-ski wake park. Get pulled along East Coast lagoon by suspended motorised cables – instructors are on hand to help. You’ll need to book your slot well ahead of time as this is one popular school holiday activity for kids!
Prices: from $50 per hour session.

Singapore Wake Park, 1206A East Coast Parkway, Singapore 


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Challenge your fam at aqua inflatable park Hydrodash

HydroDash is the inflatable obstacle course floating in the sea just off Palawan Beach on Sentosa. This water park is quite the workout for older kids and parents too (although there’s a separate much smaller section for younger kids 5 to 6 years old, at least 1 metre or taller and accompanied by an adult). Scale the floating platforms, balance over narrow connecting steps and slide down as you navigate the slippery obstacle course.
Read more here.
Prices: $13 for zone 1 (5-6 yr olds), $18 for 7yr olds and adults.

Hydrodash, Palawan Beach, Sentosa


Get your climb on at Forest Adventure

If the kids are climbing the walls at home, bring them to Forest Adventure’s Grand Course with its 50 obstacles including trapezes, and bridges! Parents or older kids can try their luck on the scream-inducing zip lines that zoom over the Bedok Reservoir!

Forest Adventure, Bedok Reservoir Park, Singapore 


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Visit Universal Studios

The Transformers Ride and the Battlestar Galactica ride at Universal Studios are firm favourites with older kids, but there are some fun rides for little kids too with a Madagascar-themed lazy river ride and merry go rounds.

Universal Studios, Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore


Make sure to check back as we update you with more fun school holiday ideas and activities throughout the month!

This post contains some paid partnership content. Lead image from Adventure Cove Waterpark. Other images from SuperPark Singapore, Tayo Singapore, Seek Sophie, Blaze and the Monster Machines, Atispique, Bouncy Paradise, ForestPlay, Wild Wild Wet, Hydrodash, Resorts World Sentosa USS

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