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Kids’ Events & Things to Do This Long Weekend (2-4 June) with Kids in Singapore: Weekend Planner

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What’s on this long weekend? Check out where to go this weekend plus don’t miss these fun weekend events for kids in Singapore

Wondering where to go this long weekend? It’s the June school holidays for many so check out these activities. Or spend the weekend playing in a green park or checking out a kid-friendly café with a playground. If you need more inspo for where to go this weekend with kids, here’s our weekly roundup of weekend events, activities and what’s on in Singapore! Check out Our Tampines Hub’s family carnival with fun fairground rides, free inflatables and games; visit a pop-up karting course for littlies; book a $2 kids’ yoga session; visit Jewel to see the new Marvel Avengers Light & Sound Show and more!

 Read more: Singapore Botanic Gardens: What to See, Do & Where to Eat

Kids’ Events & Fun Things to Do This Weekend:

1. Uncle Ringo Carnival at Bedok HomeTeamNS

Bumper cars, Bowling, Ferris Wheels and more!
Image: Uncle Ringo (past carnivals)

Head on over to HometeamNS at Bedok Reservoir where there’s a fun Uncle Ringo carnival on from this weekend until July! There will be carnival rides, game stalls and an inflatable bouncy castle. Tickets are from $5 and will be sold on site, no pre-purchase of tickets available.
Deets: 3 June – 2 July, weekdays 5.30pm – 9.30pm, weekends 1pm – 9.30pm, Level 1, Home TeamNS Bedok Reservoir

2. Book Ahead: Yoga for Kids Just $2

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To celebrate World Ocean Day in June, join Marine Yogaventures with TMSI for a marine-themed yoga session! Children can try out poses inspired by Singapore’s native marine life, and learn more about the sea life that can be found nearby. It will cost only $2 to reserve a yoga mat and there are four kids’ yoga sessions to choose from so book ahead at Yuhua CC (June 10), Fengshan CC (June 11), Nee Soon East CC (June 18) and Jurong Spring CC (June 24).
Deets: various Community Clubs and timings, just $2 to book – register here.

3. Take the Littlies Go Karting

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We wrote a whole roundup on places to go karting with kids but if you want to start small check out the pop-up KF Kiddy Circuit. It’s a small and easy circuit for kiddies (best for little ones taller than 85cm up to maybe 8 years old as the karts don’t go very fast – maximum speed of 8km/hr). Young racers between 85cm – 120cm must be accompanied by another rider who is at least 120cm tall. Tickets are $12/15 for HomeTeamNS Members/Guests for 15 minutes sold on-site, no pre-purchase of tickets available.
Deets: until 2 July 2023, Level 2, Atrium, Home TeamNS Bedok Reservoir

4. Check Out Our Tampines Hub Family Carnival (FREE!)

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Our Tampines Hub is putting on a fun family carnival called ‘Dear Tampines Festival’ for the June school holidays. Look out for eight super-sized inflatable artworks titled ORGANS, free inflatables to bounce and slide on, a Squirt Gun Battleground to beat the heat and a unique VR Football Game, as well as ticketed fun fairground rides, Dancefit workouts and Yoga! Kids can also learn to play Soccer and Teqball. There will be weekend music concerts for the whole family like All That Jazz (Saturday, 3 June 2023, 5pm) and other fun activities!
Deets: 27 May – 7 June 2023, Our Tampines Hub, 1 Tampines Walk, Singapore 528523

5. Catch the Marvel Avengers Light & Sound Show (FREE!)

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Head to Jewel, Changi Airport where Marvel fans can look forward to photo opportunities with favourite Marvel Avengers characters at the Shiseido Forest Valley, interesting exhibits at Canopy Park where they can revisit significant milestones in the Marvel Avengers’ history, as well as catch a Marvel Avengers themed Light & Sound Show at the HSBC Rain Vortex. ⁠The Light & Sound showcase will run from now until 13 August 2023, 8pm on weekdays (Mon-Thu) and 8pm & 10pm on weekends (Fri-Sun).⁠ More info here.

6. Sign up for Apple’s Educational Kids’ Events (FREE!)

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Have you checked out Apple’s free kids’ events and workshops yet? There’s coding, video lab, a Music Lab for 8-12 year olds Kids: Making a Theme Song and Art Lab for Kids: Make Your Own Emoji where kids will learn fun ways to create their own emoji using the Procreate app on iPad with Apple Pencil to draw an emoji to take home. Devices will be provided. Sign up here.
Deets: various timings over the week and weekend, Apple stores in Singapore

7. Play Hasbro Games at Changi Airport

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Look out for larger-than-life interactive installations at Changi Airport, based on beloved Hasbro games like Monopoly, The Game of Life, Connect 4 and Twister.⁠ There will also be a Mega Bounce inflatable playground for younger kids inspired by Hungry Hungry Hippos and Chutes and Ladders! ⁠Games are $5 per Gamer Pass via the Changi App / $15 per Mega Bounce pass via the Changi App⁠ (or via min spend -check Changi for deets)⁠.⁠ More info here.
Deets: until 16 July 2023, Terminal 3, Departure Hall⁠ 7, Changi Airport

8. Visit National Museum: Food-Themed Kids’ Activities

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Head to the National Museum for its Get Curious: All About Food programme which starts this weekend (there’s free entry to the museum for this weekend only too). Kids can explore five food-themed interactive installations that cover topics ranging from traditional food preparation tools to innovation in food packaging. Plus, check out the range of fun-filled programmes that touch on the topics of sustainability and science. There will also be some free drop-in craft sessions – from a colouring and stamping activity (3 – 4 June 10:30am – 12:30pm & 2pm – 5pm) to Little Food Explorers by HaruPlate where kids can reduce, re-use and have fun with food scraps (3 June, 2pm – 3:30pm, 4pm – 5:30pm, $20 per child). More info here.

9. The ELECTRIFIED Show: Light, Lasers & Magic

Take the kids to see The ELECTRIFIED Show at the Science Centre Singapore. This amazing show combines science and special effects with creative storytelling, lasers, LED lights, robotics, drones and magic. The ELECTRIFIED Show has a fun, interactive element too – you could be one of the lucky few to be called on stage and be part of the show! Get tickets here.
Deets: until 4 June, Fri – Sun: 10:30am, 2pm & 4:30pm, Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Rd, Singapore

10. Flipside: Circus, Theatre & Puppetry (FREE!*)

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Esplanade Flipside takes over Theatres on the Bay and offers 10 days of circus, comedy, physical theatre and puppetry. Look out for international artists from seven countries, performing alongside artists from Singapore. There are some puppet shows that flip the notion that puppetry is for kids – Chimpanzee (USA) is for 12-year-olds+ and adults! Puppets appear outdoors too in the form of huge roving Seagulls (Australia) in a 30-minute free outdoor performance. Aerial Open Stage is back featuring 13 of Singapore’s most talented aerialists who defy gravity with breathtaking performances on apparatus such as the hoop, hammock, pole, and silks. There’s Bornfire Circus’ theatrical circus performance and so much more! Most shows are free, some are ticketed.
until 4 June 2023, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay

11. Check Out Kids’ Circus 101 (Glow Edition)

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Ever wanted to learn circus stunts and tricks? Now’s your chance to unleash your inner circus performer talent at Circus 101. Try juggling for the first time or learn some quacky circus tricks. You and the kids are sure to have a blast and it’s free!
Deets: 3 and 4 June 2023, 8pm, Esplanade Courtyard, 1 Esplanade Dr, Singapore 038981

12. Sign up for a June/Summer Holiday Camp

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If you’re super organised and are planning ahead for the June school hols or Summer holidays, check out our comprehensive list of summer camps for kids of all ages spanning sports, coding, cooking, drama, mindfulness and more!

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More great things to do and where to go this weekend with kids in Singapore!↓

Check Out Reopened Kiztopia Marina Square

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Kiztopia’s giant flagship indoor playground at Marina Square has reopened after a renovation – here’s everything you need to know before you visit from what’s new (giant bouncy castles to ball pits and twisty slides) to climbing structures, pretend play sections, sensory play and more! Read more about Kiztopia Marina Square here.

Visit New Rollersports Rink @ Punggol East

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This weekend take the kids over to Singapore’s largest rollersports rink! The fully sheltered obstacle rink at the Punggol Container Park boasts activities like rollerskating, skateboarding, scooting, tube sliding and pedal karts. The entry price includes use of all equipment apart from the pedal cars which are a top-up price. The highlight here is the tube slide (goes very fast!) and being able to try all the equipment if you don’t have it at home – though watch out it can get busy with kids on vehicles going in all directions (you’re meant to go anti-clockwise!). We reckon it’s best for newbies to the sports on offer plus kids up to age 8. Current promo price is $16/pass for 2 hours (U.P. $21). Read all about indoor playgrounds in Singapore here.
Deets: Rink @ Punggol East, Punggol East Container Park, 50 Punggol East, Singapore 

Go ‘hunting’ for giants on Sentosa! (FREE!)

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The giants are here! Little Lyn, Reef the Chief, Curious Sue, Dreamer Dee – collectively known as Explorers of Sentosa, have landed on the shores of Palawan Beach in Sentosa! ⁠The family of four giant sculptures were made using reclaimed wood, by internationally renowned Copenhagen-based recycling artist Thomas Dambo, and each took approximately 700 hours to build. ⁠ ⁠ With the help of an interactive online treasure trail map, visitors can join the search for the Explorers of Sentosa, an experiential mixed-media installation, by first discovering “breadcrumbs”, which contain codes to unravel clues that would lead them to the sculptures.⁠ ⁠The sculptures will be free to view and situated along Palawan Beach till 2024.

Take the kids to Bouncetopia

what's on this weekend Take the kids to Bouncetopia this weekend
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Bouncetopia by Kiztopia in VivoCity is a newish 6,400-sqft pop-up space that features six unique play concepts including three giant castle-themed bouncy castles, a massive ball pit, a sand pit for sensory play and an art and craft zone. Get your tickets from $10 here.
Deets: until 31 August 2023 VivoCity, Level 3, #03-02 1 HarbourFront Walk, Singapore 

Visit the Children’s Museum Singapore

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Singapore’s first-ever dedicated children’s museum, the new Children’s Museum Singapore (CMSG), is now open – read all about it here! Brimming with interactive exhibits and hands-on fun, CMSG offers kids a chance to learn about Singapore’s heritage and culture in a way that will spark imagination and curiosity. Book ahead here.
location-icon-1024x1024-1-e1620963611654Deets: Children’s Museum Singapore, 23B Coleman Street, Singapore 179807

Check out Jurassic Nest food court with dinosaurs

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If you have little dino fans and are in the Gardens by the Bay area, head over for a meal at the newly opened Jurassic Nest dinosaur-themed food hall. You’ll find 18 dinosaurs including a T. rex and Brachiosaurus, which will come alive, roaring to original soundtracks (approximately three minutes each time). Catch the dinosaur ‘show’ with free admission every hour from 12pm to 8pm. You’ll also find Michelin-starred brands serving up a range of Asian cuisine from Hawker Chan’s Chicken Rice and Tsuta Ramen to Mama by Putien. Catch the other static dinosaurs scattered across the food hall while you dine on your favourite foods. Don’t miss the new educational trail that takes you around the gardens on a prehistoric adventure to learn more about the unique diets of herbivorous dinosaurs! Check here for opening times.
Deets: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, #01-02, Singapore 018953

Visit Science Centre (the Fire Tornado demo is back on!)

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A visit to the Science Centre Singapore is all the more appealing now that water play is back on; plus the Fire Tornado exhibit is finally back in action too! Come face to face with one of the most terrifying and spectacular phenomena as you marvel at the fire tornado and its flaming vortex that takes place in a specially built chamber. The column of fire reaches over 600 degrees Celsius and makes quite a spectacle while bringing science to life for kiddos! Read our guide to Science Centre here.
Deets: 2:30pm, weekends, school & public holidays, Science Centre Singapore

Check out a water park (FREE!)

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Kids will love splashing around the animal-themed play space at the free rooftop water playground at Tampines 1 mall. There’s also a dry play area with a slide and a wash area to get cleaned up afterwards. See more pics of this water playground here. This new water park is free to enter. Read all about Singapore’s free water play areas here.
Deets: Open from 12pm – 8pm (except Mondays 4pm – 8pm), Tampines 1, 10 Tampines Central 1 Singapore

Have fun at a Dino-themed Water Playground (FREE!)

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There’s a new dinosaur-themed water playground at Causeway Point with a Toddler Dino Zone, Adventure Volcano and Crater Zone. Kids will have a blast zooming down the two long slides, running through the dinosaur ribcage with water jets and watching the volcano erupt (with water!). In the evenings, the Dino-themed Wet Playground comes alive with neon lights!  Entry is free and no pre-booking is required. If you’re excited to see what’s in store watch our video here.
Deets: Water Playground @ Causeway Point, 1 Woodlands Square Level 7, Singapore 738099

Read More: 16 Places Where Kids Can See Dinosaurs in Singapore

Head to the Singapore Zoo for water play!

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Singapore Zoo’s Wet Play Area at KidzWorld is hands down one of our kids’ favourite spots! This water play area is the best thing after a morning spent seeing all the animals in the zoo. Don’t forget to book a slot to feed some of the animals from giraffes to rhinos and elephants, plus see the educational animal shows while you are there! Read our full guide to Singapore Zoo here.
Deets: Now open! Wet Play Area at KidzWorld, Singapore Zoo 

Have fun at Jurong Lake Gardens (FREE!)

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Treat the kids to a play at Jurong lake Gardens’ playground Forest Ramble. The water play is open and the main playground is lots of fun, with structures to climb on and a long slide too. There are 13 different adventure play areas to explore at Forest Ramble, with mini trampolines, rope obstacle courses and other equipment that is nature-inspired based on the actions and motions of the animals that inhabit the freshwater swamp. More info on the Jurong Lake Gardens here.
Deets: Open daily (except Mondays) Clusia Cove and Forest Ramble at Jurong Lake Gardens

Take the kids on a street art hunt (FREE!)

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Looking to get the kids out walking? Make it fun by spotting street art along the way! Check out our most comprehensive list of recommended street art murals sorted by neighbourhood here. Head out with a fully charged phone (for all those cute pics) plus a paper and pencil for the kids so they can search out “treasures” that you can challenge them to find.

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