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31 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 2023? Check out these kids’ activities and fun events!

The June school holidays for local schools are from 27 May to 25 June 2023, while international school summer holidays kick off from the end of June 2023 until the end of August 2023. If you haven’t signed your kiddos up for any awesome summer holiday camps, you better hop to it (early bird discounts are gone!). 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. Rock Climbing Adventures at T-Hall

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Looking for an extraordinary way to spend the June holidays? Look no further than T-Hall! 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 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. There are special classes for those new to rock climbing and for fun celebrations check out their birthday and corporate packages. Over the June holidays take advantage of discounted rates, free equipment rental and exclusive packages. Book your first 90min climbing slot at Fun Zone at this link.
When: 29 May – 25 June 2023; 10am – 10pm
Where: T-Hall Singapore, 464 Crawford Ln, #01-464, Singapore 190464
How much: Fun Zone: $35, Climb Zone: $28, Under 21 $16

2. Family Camping Sleepover at Singapore Discovery Centre

25 June School Holiday Activities & Events for Kids
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This June school holiday, why not go camping with the kiddos? But wait, it’s air-con camping indoors (huge sigh of relief!) Head over to the Singapore Discovery Centre for their family sleepover experience at SDC’s Sandbox gallery. For the first time ever, campers will set up their sleeping bags and cosy ‘snooze zones’ amongst the gallery exhibits. During the daytime families can enjoy SDC’s signature attractions including an exhilarating laser tag gameplay at Black Lake Facility, thrilling 4D simulation rides at the XD Theatre and a fun scavenger hunt around the Gallery to test your puzzle-solving skills. When it’s bedtime, kids can get all snuggly in their PJs and unwind with an interactive bedtime show. In the morning, start the day with a unique silent family yoga session before heading to breakfast! Best for families with children aged 5 years and above. Sign up now from $115 per pax as there are limited slots!
When: 30 May, 1 June, 5 June, 7 June, 12 June, 15 June 2023.
Where: Singapore Discovery Centre, 510 Upper Jurong Rd, Singapore 638365

3. Garden-themed Bouncy Castle & Balloon Sculpting

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Head to City Square Mall for June school holiday activities. From carnival rides and inflatables to IG worthy summer flower decorations and green showcases, kid-friendly activities, musical performances and a summer market (Level 1 atrium) with local produce, homemade bakes, accessories and clothing. Kids will love the Bouncy Flower Garden set up with Uncle Ringo rides including massive bouncy garden-themed inflatables. On weekends at 2pm and 7pm look out for balloon sculpting and a mime artist performing silent comedy! More info here.
When: until 25 June, various timings
Where: City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Road, Singapore 208539

4. National Museum 2023: Get Curious! All About Food

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Kids can explore five-food themed interactive installations at the National Museum of Singapore spanning traditional food preparation tools to innovation in food packaging. There will also be a range of fun-filled programmes from sustainable STEAM workshops to an interactive storytelling session of The Incredible Basket by Quek Hong Shin (various timings, $10 per adult-child pair*) to free Drop Crafts with a colouring and stamping activity. With Get Curious: All About Food, there is much for families – both young and old – to discover and enjoy plus who knows, these exhibits just may get kids to approach mealtimes with renewed interest! More information here.
When: 27 May – 25 June 2023, 10am – 6pm daily,
Where: National Museum of Singapore

5. Check out Jumptopia@ GastroBeats

Jumptopia@ GastroBeats returns for the June school holidays and will feature 11 gigantic space-themed inflatables and a brand-new play concept, Jumptopia Wild, with thrilling slides and obstacle courses specially designed for teens. There will be seven fun bouncy castles for younger kids at Jumptopia Wild – from an obstacle course to a climbing structure, slides and mega ball pits. Younger kids can head to the Galaxy Adventure Zone where four unique inflatables await. New this year at Jumptopia@ GastroBeats 2023 are two Space Splash Zones so bring a change of gear so kiddos can get wet in the toddler-friendly water play areas. For the grown-ups, there will be food options and of course good music! Tickets for Jumptopia@ GastroBeats 2023 can be purchased via Pelago. Early bird prices from $17.50 for 1 pax (UP. $19). Unlimited Play: from $26.70 for 1 pax (UP. $29). Read more about GastroBeats 2023 here.
Where: Bayfront Event Space, 12A Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018970
When: 1 to 25 June 2023, 4pm to 10pm

6. June Activities at Tayo Station: Let’s Make Lava!

June Activities at Tayo Station: Let's Make Lava! 
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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. During the June school holidays, there’s extra fun in store with the ‘Let’s Make Lava!’ activity. Kids will get to make their own mini volcano (which will then erupt!) as they learn fun facts along the way! Tickets for this activity are $8 (non-member), $6 (Lite Member), $2 (Elite Member). Cost is not inclusive of admission to Tayo Station.
When: 1 – 22 June (only weekdays, excluding PH), 2pm (20-25 min)
Where: Tayo Station, E!Hub, Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Level 3, Singapore 519599

7. Check Out Carousel of Wonders Modern Circus Show

Carousel of Wonders is part magic show, part silly slap-stick comedy, part acrobatic stunts and performances, live music and more! Kids will love the pyrotechnics simulation and be entranced by the drum performance, dance ensembles, and juggling, plus there’s lots of laughter to be had with audience participation too! A really fun 1.5 hours of family entertainment. Tickets here from $28.80.
When: various ongoing dates
Where: PeopleUp Theatre @ SAFRA Tampines 1A Tampines Street 92 SAFRA Tampines #01-01 Singapore

8. June Activities at Pororo Park Singapore

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The Pororo Park Singapore indoor playground at Marina Square is a great spot to let little tykes burn off some energy! They’ll love the pretend-play Pororo’s house, obstacle course and the Pororo Express Train. During the June school holidays, check out the extra educational activities in store! Join in with the Dinosaur Adventure to learn about the amazing creatures that once roamed Earth. Dig out tiny dinosaurs from a digging site, and you’ll also get to bring home your very own dinosaur! This activity costs $8 (non-member), $6 (Lite Member), $2 (Elite Member) – cost is not inclusive of admission tickets. Get tickets here.

When: 1 – 30 June (only weekdays, excluding PH), 1pm – 3pm (20 – 25 min)
Where: Pororo Park Singapore, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, #02-29, Singapore 039594

Read more: Best indoor playgrounds in Singapore

9. Children’s Season 2023: family-friendly museum programmes

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The annual Children’s Season is back and even bigger this year! From 27 May to 25 June 2023, 25 participating Museum Roundtable museums in Singapore including National Museum of Singapore will put on more than 100 family-friendly programmes, just in time for the June school holidays! Themed Hopes and Dreams, Children’s Season 2023 invites young ones to explore different occupations and inventions in past and present Singapore, and inspires them to discover their aspirations. One highlight of Children’s Season 2023 is an exciting line-up of comic art workshops hosted by 14 talented artists and art educators, who have designed each session to tap on the rich and fascinating history of the museums.
When: 27 May – 25 June 2023
Where: various museums including National Museum of Singapore

10. Get creative at an Art Class

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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.

11. Visit Science Centre for educational fun

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

12. 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.

13. Take the Kids to the theatre or a concert

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Calling all Baby Shark fans! Join Baby Shark, Pinkfong and friends at MBS theatre as they explore shapes, colours, numbers and more. The Composer and the Mouse by Singapore Symphony Orchestra is a fun introduction to classical music combining film and organ and piano music, performed live by the Scott Brothers Duo. Add in special concerts by candlelight and there are so many kid-friendly theatre performances to enjoy – take your pick here.

14. Climb at Forest Adventure

If the kids are climbing the walls at home during the June school holidays, take 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!
When: ongoing
Where: Forest Adventure, Bedok Reservoir Park, Singapore 

15. Try out Hydrodash

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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

16. Visit Universal Studios Singapore

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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

17. Head to SuperPark: Skating, Archery, Trampolining

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Indoor playground SuperPark is always great for kids all ages, 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: $23.90 for children under 100cm, $28.90 for students on weekdays, $33.90 for adults.

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

18. Have fun at Inflatable Playground Bouncy Paradise

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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.
When: Ongoing
Where: Bouncy Paradise, 200 Pandan Gardens (Gardens (PeopleUp Enrichment Hub)

19. Spend the June School Hols at Bird Paradise

Bird Paradise: Jurong Bird Park singapore Highlights, Ticket Promotions & Playgrounds
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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! Head over before 26 May to enjoy the $10 discounted tickets!
When: ongoing; early bird promotion till 26 May 2023
Where Bird Paradise, 20 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729825.

20. Family Sleepover at Changi ‘A Night at the Airport’

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Changi Experience Studio’s ‘A Night at the Airport’ Family Camp at Jewel Changi Airport is back for the June school holidays! Sleep in tents at Jewel within the air-conditioned comfort of the studio with its interactive digital game stations. Families can join fun educational activities, including a quest to learn about the evolution of the airport through play, a hands-on crafts workshop to create your own mini airport that can be brought home after the camp. Create your own paper plane and airside vehicle or play old-school games in life-sized form, such as Hopscotch and Snakes and Ladders and even try rock climbing! Slots are limited to 50 persons per night. Price: $85 Adult/ $95 Child, recommended for 5 years old and above. Book here. Read our last review of the Changi sleepover A Night at the Aiport camp here – though activities will differ in June, you’ll find the general sleepover tips helpful!
When: Every Fri, Sat & Sun, from 2nd June to 24th June 2023
Where: Jewel Changi Airport

21. 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? The Children’s Garden at Gardens by The Bay has finally reopened, and don’t miss the new water park playgrounds in Toa Payoh (complete with flying fox, bucket swings, trampolines around the corner and a mini track too) and Jelutung Harbour Park in Admiralty!

Full list of water playgrounds here!

22. Book a Family-friendly Experience with Seek Sophie

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Looking to take the kids on a bit of an adventure while in Singapore? Seek Sophie lists a treasure trove of June holiday family-friendly adventures that are not only great fun for the kids, but also great fun for adults! So instead of dropping the kiddos off for an activity, you can join in with the fun and bond with the kids (those memories will last a lifetime!)

Need more ideas for how to spend your June holidays?

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Best Outdoor Playgrounds: Admiralty Park

23. Go on a kid-friendly hike at these parks

24. Take the kiddos to one of these 34+ indoor playgrounds in Singapore

25. Head to the best kid-friendly libraries

26. Go bowling at these kid-friendly bowling alleys!

27. Take the kids rock climbing!

28. Bounce off some energy at a trampoline spot.

29. Stay up to date with our weekly Weekend Planner for ideas.

30. Visit a new neighbourhood in Singapore

31. Have educational fun at a museum exhibition or art gallery – many are free to enter!

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

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