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38 June School Holiday Activities & Events for Kids

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Looking for fun things for the kids to do in Singapore during the June school holidays this summer 2024? Check out these kids’ activities and fun events!

The June school holidays for local schools are from 25 May to 23 June 2024, while international school summer holidays kick off from the end of June 2024 until the end of August 2024. If you haven’t signed your kiddos up for any awesome summer holiday camps, you better hop to it (check out the early bird discounts!). But what about the rest of the June school holidays? We line up some (ticketed and free) activities and events, plus suggestions of fun kids’ things to do in Singapore!

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

June school activities & events for kids in Singapore!↓

1. June activities at Tayo Station: Hop on the Tayo Bus!

1. June activities at Tayo Station: Hop on the Tayo Bus!
Image credit: Tayo Station

Little ones love playing at the Tayo Station indoor play with its three-storey Gani’s Playground, ball pool, sensory play at the Hinoki Wood Pit and the star attraction, Tayo’s Road Circuit. From 24 May to 23 June 2024, a one-of-a-kind experience awaits. The “Hop on to Tayo Station” journey includes a ride on a real-life Tayo bus, inspired by the beloved Korean animation series – between Tampines MRT and Tayo Station at Downtown East, sing-alongs to catchy Tayo songs, and educational activities with show characters, Hana/Rookie, where children can learn about the neighbourhood through interactive activity sheets. Plus kids will get a commemorative Tayo Lanyard (worth $6.90) as a keepsake and 20% off Wild Wild Wet admission including access to Marine Marvels Wave Wonder.
UNLIMITED Weekday Playtime: on weekdays (excluding public holidays). Valid till 23 June only.

When: Hop on to Tayo Station extra activities are from 24 May to 23 June 2024
Price: Bus Ride only: $15 per child (public), $12 per child (member), $2 per adult; Bus Ride and Playtime Bundle: $8 per child + Tayo Admission rate (public). $6.40 per child + 20% off Tayo Admission rate (member). Get tickets here
Where: Tayo Station, E!Hub, Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Level 3, Singapore 519599


2. Korean Festival at Pororo Park Singapore

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Image credit: Pororo Park Singapore

The Pororo Park Singapore indoor playground at Marina Square is a great spot to let little tykes burn off some energy over the holidays! They’ll love the pretend-play Pororo’s house, obstacle course and the Pororo Express Train. From 8 May until the end of June, Pororo Park will be transformed into a vibrant celebration of Korean culture with traditional games and Hanbok photo booth, promising an unforgettable experience for families and children. There’s also a pop-up Korean Café helmed by Korean chefs from Jeju Island featuring Korean brands Frutrip and Auro, serving delectable eats with vegan-friendly options from gimbap to cream donuts.
UNLIMITED Weekday Playtime: on weekdays (excluding public holidays) valid till 23 June only.

Price: Entry is from $30.40 for one kid and one adult. Get tickets here.
When
: valid until 30 June (Korean Festival); Pororo Park Singapore open throughout the year (check opening hours here),
Where: Pororo Park Singapore, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, #02-29, Singapore 039594

        Read more: Best indoor playgrounds in Singapore


3. Minecraft theme at SuperPark

Image credit: SuperPark

Indoor playground SuperPark is always great for kids all ages, so it’s the perfect spot for siblings over the June school holidays! Superpark consists of two levels of unlimited activities including a popular Pedal Car Track, a tube slide, flying fox, trampolines, archery, plus ball games, Augmented Climbing, and more! For the June school holidays, there’s a Minecraft-themed event with Minecraft airbrush tattoos (Saturdays & Sundays, 1pm – 4pm), Sub Soccer tournaments (Saturdays & Sundays, 1pm – 5pm) with Minecraft-themed prizes from Lego and Mattel and roaming Minecraft characters. Cool off with DIY frozen yoghurt at Sogurt Live Station and grab trendy snacks featuring PRIME drinks, Mr Beast chocolate bars. Get a chance to unlock an exciting treasure chest with every ticket purchased!
UNLIMITED playtime: on any day with a top-up of $10. Valid till 23 June only.

Price:
$23.90 for children under 100cm, $33.90 for all above 100cm. Get tickets here.
When: Ongoing
Where: SuperPark Singapore, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall, #02-477 (North Wing), Singapore


4. Children’s Festival at Gardens by the Bay

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Past Children’s Festival

Gardens by the Bay’s signature Children’s Festival returns for its 10th edition during the June school holidays, this time featuring Disney and Pixar’s Inside Out 2! The Supertree Grove will be the only place in Southeast Asia where families can enjoy an Inside Out 2-themed outdoor carnival with large-scale installations, and most of the activities are free. More info here.

Price: Admission is free. Charges apply for selected activities.
When: 25 May to 22 June 2024, 10am – 9pm
Where: Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay


5. Visit an animal farm

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Image credit: Photos shot on iPhone 11 Pro by @fazgaffa

We love taking the kiddos to see the friendly goats at the only goat farm in Singapore, Hay Dairies Goat Farm! Visitors can see how the animal farm operates and take a tour around the premises. Try to visit between the hours of 9am to 10:30am so that the kids have an opportunity to view the goat milking session at the milking parlour. Buy some alfalfa hay to feed the goats and pet them. To top it off, you can buy fresh goat milk to take home (available in two flavours, original and chocolate), or sign up for home delivery.

When: Call ahead to see when they are open during the school hols.  
Where
: Hay Dairies Goat Farm, 250 Neo Tiew Cres, Singapore 719866
How much: FREE! (closed on Tuesdays).

Read More: Animal petting farms in SG


6. Take the kids to KidZania

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Image Credit: Cherilyn Gan

KidZania Singapore is a miniature kids’ city complete with streets, an A&E, police station, fire station, dentist, hospital, bank, radio station and department store. Offering a multitude of kids’ role-playing activities that mimic adult jobs (pilot, firefighter, doctor, shopkeeper, courier delivery), this is a unique, interactive learning experience spread out over two huge floors of indoor air-con space. Check out all there is to know about KidZania Singapore including the fluctuating ticket prices, activities, attractions and tips here.

When: Thursday – Tuesday, 10am – 6pm
How much: from $108 per child; $65.70 per adult


7. Visit the Children’s Museum Singapore

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Image Credit: Children’s Museum Singapore

Children’s Museum Singapore is the first museum dedicated to children 12 years and below. With interactive learning experiences, a garden maze and free-to-explore play pod for toddlers, there’s plenty to do for your little ones. This is a safe space for kids to run around and interact with multi-sensory educational toys to teach them about Singapore’s history. Learn more about it here.

When: Ongoing; Tuesday – Sunday (closed on Monday), 9am – 1pm & 2pm – 6pm (last admissions at 12:30pm & 5:30pm)
Where: Children’s Museum Singapore, 23-B Coleman Street, Singapore 179807
How much: FREE (for all SG Citizens/PR; chargeable for Tourists and Foreigner Residents.) Book tickets ahead here!


8. Have fun at Skyline Luge Singapore

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Looking for a bit of thrill during the school hols? Check out the Skyline Luge in Sentosa where there are four purpose-built 2.6-km tracks with hairpin corners, tunnels and plenty of downhill slopes that will take you through the lush rainforest. Kids will absolutely love the Skyride, a four-seater chairlift, boasting stunning views of Singapore’s skyline to get to the top of the circuit. Then hop on the luge, pick out a track and enjoy the drift downslope. Tip: purchase tickets online to skip the ticket queue and hop straight into your luge! You can enjoy this activity during the day or even at night when it’s cooler. Plus bring home the memories with a digital photo or video of your shared bonding experience! 

When: Sunday – Thursday: 10am – 7:30pm (Last entry 6:30pm); Friday & Saturday: 10am – 9pm (Last entry 8pm)
Where: Skyline Luge Singapore, 1 Imbiah Road, Sentosa, Singapore 099692, www.sentosa.skylineluge.com


9. Marine Marvels at Downtown East

Check out the new attraction Marine Marvels at Downtown East. This June holiday event is on from May 24 to July 28 and celebrates ocean conservation and adventure combining fun and educational elements. This programme is a platform for education and awareness about marine life and conservation efforts, as human activities continue to threaten the world’s oceans. Look out for four main interactive installations – Wave Wonder Zone at Wild Wild Wet ($21 for children or $29 for adults) featuring Singapore’s longest marine-inspired inflatable obstacle course; Glow Coast Carnival and Neon Playground (first of its kind in SG!) at the Open-Air Carpark; Interactive Educational Installations at Event Square; and Marine Mealtime for milk-bottle feeding koi,  just outside WWW’s entrance. More info here.

When: 24 May – 28 July
Where: various locations at Downtown East
How much: various prices, some installations are free


10. Check out The Artground’s new playspace

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Image credit: The Artground @ GAC

The Artground is a not-for-profit, accessible art centre and indoor play space for children 7 and under. Besides the free indoor play space which has recently been revamped to a transport theme, The Artground offers a variety of affordable immersive theatre shows and programmes during the June school holidays. Book your playspace spot ahead and bring socks!

When: Ongoing (various timings)
Where: The Artground, 90 Goodman Road, #01-40, Block J, Singapore 439053
How much: Ticketed programmes start from $16.


11. Children’s Season 2024: Get Curious: All About Play!

Image: Hu木an – A Sensory Forest Adventure

For this year’s June holidays and as part of NHB’s Children’s Season 2024, the National Museum of Singapore invites families to play with this year’s theme Get Curious: All About Play! Families will uncover life values and learn more about the museum’s National Collection through interactive installations, drop-in craft activities (many of them free), storytelling, sensory play, an artefact hunt and more. Full programme here.

When: 25 May to 23 June 2024
Where: various venues including National Museum of Singapore


12. Bouncy fun at Jumptopia Lite @ Marina Square

june holidays activitiesJumptopia
Image credit: Kiztopia

Kiztopia’s latest installation at Marina Square’s Central Atrium arrives just in time for some bouncy fun this June holidays. Featuring two large inflatables—Bell’s Soya Bliss and Happy’s Whimsical Haven—this pop-up promises endless bouncy fun for the kiddos. More information here.

Prices: $12 for 30-minute play, $18 for 1-hour play (1 child + 1 adult)
When:
29 May – 17 June 2024
Where: Central Atrium, Marina Square, 6 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039594


13. Visit Science Centre for educational fun

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Image credit: Beate Baldry

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 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.
When: ongoing
Where: Science Centre, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore


14. Take the kids wakeboarding

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Image Credit: Edge Wakeboarding via Instagram

Sporty kids as young as six and teens alike will love wakeboarding around Singapore! Many wakeboarding schools are located at Northshore Drive, where you can wakeboard in the sea, or you can head to Singapore Wake Park at East Coast – the only cable-ski wake park in Singapore. 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.
Read more about wakeboarding and height requirements for kids here.


15. Go on rock climbing adventures

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Looking for an extraordinary way to spend the June holidays? Look no further than Outpost Climbing! Our kids absolutely love a day at this amazing rock climbing gym that offers a wide range of challenges suitable for climbers of all ages and skill levels. Because there’s something for little kids and adults Outpost Climbing (previously known as T-Hall) is great for family fun. The Fun Zone is specifically designed to provide a safe and exhilarating environment for children to explore the world of rock climbing with colourful-themed climbing walls and bouldering. Upstairs there’s another massive climbing space – Climb Zone with an array of high and bouldering walls boasting varying difficulty levels to test your agility, strength, and problem-solving skills.

Price: Fun Zone: $35, Climb Zone: $28, Under 21 $16
When: ongoing
Where:
Outpost Climbing 464 Crawford Ln, #01-464, Singapore 190464


16. Try out Hydrodash

June school holiday events
Image credit: 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). The June school holidays are the perfect time to try this obstacle course out with the kiddos! Scale the floating platforms, balance over narrow connecting steps and slide down as you navigate the slippery obstacle course. Read more here.

When:
ongoing
Where: Hydrodash, Palawan Beach, Sentosa


17. Splash at an awesome free water playground

There are so many great outdoor water play options for kids of all ages – plus what better way to beat the heat during the school holidays? Check out the Children’s Garden at Gardens by The Bay and don’t miss the water park playgrounds in Toa Payoh (complete with flying fox, bucket swings, trampolines around the corner and a mini track too).

Full list of water playgrounds here!


18. Take the kids go-kart racing!

go kart singapore
Image: Hyperdrive The Palawan

Get behind the wheel and experience go-karting! There are a number of places to go kart in Singapore with outdoor circuits, or there’s the relatively new indoor electric go-karting Hyperdrive in Sentosa, which is three levels of air-con go-karting fun! This indoor go karting is a real hit, especially with older kids (you can go mighty fast and there are VR options too). Height requirements apply.

Where: find a go-karting spot near you here!
How much: various pricing options


19. Go bowling with the kids

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Cool lights at K Bowling Club (image credit: Facebook)

Go bowling at these kid-friendly bowling alleys! It’s a fun activity for the whole family. Older kids will love the independence of having their own bowling lane, but it’s also a fun activity for little ones as young as age 3, thanks to these bowling alleys with side bumpers for kids, ramps as well as children’s bowling shoes!

Where: find a bowling alley near you here
How much: from $3 per game


20. Have a bounce-off at Amped

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Image Credit: AMPED

Bounce off some energy at a trampoline spot. One of our fave trampoline parks, AMPED offers gymnastics classes, trampoline classes or just free play bouncing fun!

Where: AMPED, 10 Raeburn Park, Block C, Level 2 #02-33, Singapore 088702
How much: from $19 per session. Click here to get your tickets.


21. Visit LEGOLAND Malaysia for the June holidays

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Image credit: Klook

The June holidays are the perfect time to hop across the border and visit Legoland Malaysia— a multicoloured lego-inspired theme park with rides and attractions, as well as a separate water park. There are more attractions and rides appropriate for younger kids at Legoland Malaysia compared to Universal Studios Singapore, which is fab for older kids. Plus, if you’re staying overnight the kids will love the LEGOLAND Hotel!

Where: Legoland Malaysia, 7, Jalan Legoland, Bandar Medini Iskandar Malaysia, 79250 Iskandar Puteri, Johor
How much. Legoland ticket info here.


22. Check out Fort Siloso (FREE!)

Fancy stepping back in time and exploring Fort Siloso, Singapore’s only well-preserved coastal fort? Start off at the Fort Siloso Sky Walk (take the lift to the top or climb the steps if you fancy a major workout!) The Fort Siloso Sky Walk offers a stunning observation deck and bridge to get a panoramic and picturesque view of Sentosa and its greenery. Once you cross the bridge, you’ll get to Fort Siloso, which once served as part of the country’s defences. The on-site military museum contains a treasure trove of WWII memorabilia, including coastal guns, the remains of fortified military structures and tunnels, as well as an interactive video documentary, complete with wax figures of Japanese & British soldiers at the Surrender Chambers.

When: Fort Siloso & Surrender Chambers: 9am – 6pm | Exhibits open at 10am
Where: Siloso Point
How much: FREE!

Read more: Ultimate Guide to Sentosa for Kids


23. Get inspired to read at the library (FREE!)

best public libraries for kids singapore - central public library
Image Credit: Beate Baldry

If your child isn’t super into books, you could take them to explore the many amazing libraries in town and spark that interest! Punggol Regional Library has multiple floors dedicated to kids (puppets, activity stations, toys and books galore!), and the new Central Public Library has reopened after a revamp and is a beauty to explore. There’s a new Children’s Biodiversity Library by S.E.A. Aquarium, which features biodiversity-themed learning spaces, including a Sea Jelly Zone with a video projection of sea jellies, an Intertidal Zone, and a huge floor-to-ceiling column with coral-like features!

Where: find a library near you here
How much: FREE


24. Take a hike in nature

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There are so many kid-friendly hiking trails with different difficulty levels. Go on a kid-friendly hike at these parks (just dress the kids in comfy shoes, hats and mossie spray!). For our family guide to the Green Corridor read this.

Where: various hiking trails around SG
How much: FREE


25. Rain day idea: visit an indoor playground

indoor playgrounds singapore

Take the kiddos to one of these 50+ indoor playgrounds in Singapore when it’s too hot or rainy outside! There’s something for tiny tots all the way up to older kids and even teens! Many of these indoor playgrounds have jungle gyms, interactive play spaces, and soft play areas plus for the bigger kids there are obstacle courses, climbing walls, and massive slides!


26. See the Garden Rhapsody light & sound show (FREE!)

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Image credit: Gardens by the Bay

Checking out the Garden Rhapsody light and sound show at the Supertree Grove is truly magical – kids love to be out in the lush gardens at night. Each show is 15 minutes long, and you’ll be treated to stunning light displays. The theme during the June school holidays is Enchanted Woods (1 – 30 Jun 2024) where you are invited to discover an enchanted tree that will take you on an adventure filled with magical beings and mystical beasts. Read our guide to Gardens by the Bay for a full afternoon out!

When: Daily, 7:45pm & 8:45pm
Where: Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay
How much: FREE!


27. Check out the new Sentosa Sensoryscape

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Image Credit: Sentosa Development Corporation

If you haven’t been yet why not use the June holidays to check out Sentosa Sensoryscape, the newest attraction at Sentosa that features immersive experiences at six sensory gardens that will awaken all of your senses. This 350-metre garden walkway includes the Lookout Loop, Tactile Trellis, Scented Sphere, Symphony Streams, Palate Playground and Glow Garden, each enriched with audio-visual experiences that will transport you into a whole new world. Kids can play with responsive plants at Tactile Trellis, breathe in therapeutic fragrances at the Scented Sphere or try edible plants at the Palate Playground. Plus, don’t miss ImagiNite (daily from 7:50pm – 9:40pm), an interactive digital light art and augmented reality experience comprising light shows and digital floor projections across Sensoryscape.

When:
24 hours daily
How much: Free!

Sentosa Sensoryscape, Imbiah Lookout, Sentosa Island, Singapore, www.sentosa.com.sg/sentosa-sensoryscape


28. Get creative at an art class

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Image Credit: Ki.Lo.O Art via Facebook

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 art class or a week art holiday camp to explore different mediums and see a real progression in their art skills!

Read all about the best art classes for kids here.


29. Visit the Aviation-themed playground Kiztopia Jewel

Kiztopia Jewel: Aviation-themed indoor playground

Over the June school holidays take the kids to Jewel’s Kiztopia with its aviation-themed play space within Toys”R”Us in Jewel Changi Airport. Look forward to airplane-themed obstacle courses, a thrilling funnel slide leading into an ocean ball pit, a giant plane structure, and more.

Where: Kiztopia, Toys”R”Us @ Jewel, 78 Airport Blvd., B1-210 Singapore Changi Airport, 819666
How much: from $22.80


30. Go wild at Admiralty Park playground (FREE!)

Kids activities in Singapore for small kids and teens - visit Admiralty playground
Image: Beate Baldry

Nothing beats letting the kids play outdoors away from screen time! Head to Admiralty Park and have a go on all 26 different slides. Go early, as it gets hot and busy! This free playground is perfect for kids of all ages (we spotted teens having loads of fun here too). Plus entry is free!

Where: Admiralty Park Playground, 6A Admiralty Rd, Woodlands, Singapore 732006,
How much: FREE!


31. Visit Universal Studios Singapore during the holidays

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The Transformers Ride and the Battlestar Galactica ride at Universal Studios are firm favourites with older kids. Do note that now that the Madagascar-themed lazy river ride and merry-go-rounds are no longer, littler kids may have less to do, but there are still parades and fun younger kids’ rides like Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase (although do note entry is free for under 4-year-olds).
Price: Adult (Ages 13 and above) from $68 | Child (Ages 4 – 12) from $58.

When:
Ongoing
Where: Universal Studios, Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore


32. Head to Bouncetopia VivoCity before it closes 30 June

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The massive 6,400 square feet Bouncetopia outlet in VivoCity will close on 30 June so make sure you head over for a last play during the June holiday. There are six play concepts including bouncy castles, a sensory sand pit, ball pits and plenty of fun activities to keep the little ones entertained! Older kids can burn off their energy by bouncing away at every bouncy castle while little tots can practice their fine and gross motor skills in the sensory play area.
Price: $19.80 per child (1-hour play), $25.80 per child (2-hour play), $10 per adult. Babies under 12 months old can enter for free with a paying adult. Tickets.

When: Ongoing
Where: Bouncetopia at VivoCity, 1 HarbourFront Walk, #03-02 VivoCity, Singapore 098585


33. Visit KidzWorld & pet animals at the Singapore Zoo

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Image Credit: Cherilyn Gan

The Singapore Zoo never disappoints (we go multiple times a year and love feeding the animals – especially the elephants and giraffes!). There’s a new KidzWorld at Singapore Zoo that kids will enjoy after looking around the animal exhibits. This kids’ area boasts seven interactive indoor and outdoor zones, as well as a Canine Clubhouse and 250 animal residents, including interaction opportunities with the friendly cats, chickens, rabbits, and horses. Look out for the Ranger Buddies Quest (open on weekends and during school holidays), an immersive experience that allows little ones to step into the shoes of a keeper, nutritionist, and veterinarian. The water play area has had a revamp too. While sadly the water slides are no longer available, kids can beat the heat at the water fountains maze! Read more about the Singapore Zoo here.

Price:
from $27.20. Get tickets here!
Where: 
KidzWorld within Singapore Zoo


34. Check out new exhibition: Into the Hawkerverse

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Image Credit: Children’s Museum Singapore

Take the kids to Children’s Museum Singapore this June school holidays to discover the art of Singapore’s hawker culture. Kids are invited to gain a deeper understanding of what makes this so unique to Singapore and learn to appreciate the hard work that talented chefs put in to create delicious hawker food that we so often take for granted. Kids will embark on multi-sensory exploration and object-based learning.
Price: Entry to CMSG is free for Singaporeans and PRs; entry to the carnival is free to all children of all nationalities and $10 per adult of all nationalities. Click here to purchase tickets.

When: from 25 May 2024
Where: Children’s Museum Singapore, 23-B Coleman St, Singapore 179807


35. Take the kids to River Wonders

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Image Credit: Mandai River Wonders

We are big fans of taking the kids to Singapore’s wildlife parks, and River Wonders is a fave, thanks to the Amazon River Quest boat ride and animal shows (we love the capybara!). Here’s everything you need to know to make the most of your visit to River Wonders Singapore.

Price: from $33
Where:
River Wonders, 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826


36. Book a school holiday camp!

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If you are working and need the kids busy (whilst having fun and learning), why not book them into a School Holiday Camp? There’s a camp for every interest from multi-sports, to coding, art camps and more!

Read more: Best Kid-Friendly Restaurants


37. Check out minion-themed fun at Suntec City

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Image Credit: Suntec City via Facebook

Take the kids to Suntec City so they can join the Anti-Villain League Academy (23 May – 23 June 2024, 11am – 9:30pm), where they can test their accuracy, agility and intelligence in a series of thrilling secret missions. The Anti-Villain League Academy is free, just sign up for membership on the Suntec+ app. Don’t miss the free meet & greets with minions Kevin and Stuart!

When: 23 May – 23 June 2024; meet & greets: weekends from 25 May to 23 June 2024, 1pm, 4pm and 7pm (no meet & greet at 1pm on 22 June 2024) at Atrium, Tower 1 and 2.
Where: Suntec City, Atrium, Tower 1 and 2, 3 Temasek Blvd, Singapore 038983


38. Spend the June school hols at Bird Paradise

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Take the kids to the bird park Bird Paradise, home to 3,500 birds across 400 species from loris to pelicans, flamingos, emus, and cassowaries. Bird Paradise is one of the Mandai Wildlife Reserve parks together with the Singapore ZooNight Safari and River Wonders. From huge walk-through bird aviaries to playgrounds, bird feeding and shows, there’s plenty of fun in store!

When:
ongoing
Where Bird Paradise, 20 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729825

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