The holidays are here again! Have you guys decided what to do with your kids yet? If not, you’ve come to the right place! Here’s a list of fun things to do with your kids this June Holidays 2019 in Singapore!
1. Check out Kiztopia, the newest indoor playground in Singapore! (opens 15 June 2019)
Play to Learn, Learn through Play! A brand-new learning experience awaits you at Kiztopia – a fun utopia that aims to ignite your child’s creativity, let them learn important skills, and most importantly, have fun!
The 18,000 square feet Kiztopia comprises 18-themed zones with distinct learning objectives, that allow kids aged 12 years and below to learn through play in an immersive and creative space.
From an indoor driving school, role play rooms, Augmented Reality (AR) play zones with arts and sports content, trampoline, ninja course, bouncy castles, slides, it sounds like a fun and educational day out at Kiztopia.
When: From 15 June, 10am-9pm (Sun – Thurs), 10am-10pm (Fri – Sat)
Where: Marina Square (#01-09 to 15, #01-26 to 29)
Cost: From $28 (one child and one adult)
2. Be A Zoologist @ KidZania Singapore
You gotta love Kidzania for coming up with frequent themes to make every visit unique and fun. If your little one is a animal lover, definitely visit KidZania Singapore for KidZ & Zoology. The city buzzes with animal encounters and wildlife-related activities for the whole family this June school holidays. There are animal awareness exhibitions and movie screenings by ACRES, animal crafts by MuzArt, animal origami and photo crafting by Canon Singapore, a wildlife trivia hunt by Evian, a safari-themed city parade, and even encounters with Sentosa’s animal friends!
When: 18 May to 30 June, 10am – 6pm (closed on selected Wednesdays)
Where: KidZania Singapore
Cost: Regular admission charges apply
Website: KidZania Singapore
3. Sing Along with Nickelodeon’s PAW Patrol @ City Square Mall
Embark on an exciting fire rescue training with Ryder and his pups as they serve the Adventure Bay community. Join forces with Chase, Marshall, Skye and Rubble as PAW Patrol recruits and solve problems for the Ultimate Fire Rescue! The pups will also be making their first-ever special appearance in their Ultimate Rescue Kit, so be sure not to miss this!
After the live show, meet your favourite rescuers and snap a photo with them when you spend a minimum of $40* at City Square Mall. The first 20 PAW Patrol recruits will also be entitled to an exclusive craft pack to make their very own Marshall Backpack. Check out all the other awesome paw-some promotions here!
When: 31 May – 30 June 2019
Where: City Square Mall
Website: Paw Patrol at City Square Mall
4. Have Doodle-licious fun at United Square
Did you know that doodling helps to relieve boredom and frustration, and can also enhance attention, memory and learning? Come watch designer artists – Jan Doodle and Zamzammee – perform freehand doodle art (Monday to Friday: 1pm, 3pm & 5pm | Saturday and Sunday: 2pm, 5pm & 7pm) and participate in parent-child doodle workshops. You can also enter Zamzammee’s Doodle Cube and immerse yourself in a 360 view of his doodle works. On Saturday, 22 June at 3.30pm, see if United Square can enter the Singapore Book of Records with the Most Number of Doodled Cups!
When 1 to 30 June. Workshops from 14 to 23 June, 11.30am – 6pm (8pm on weekends)
Where United Square Shopping Mall, 101 Thomson Road, Singapore 307591
Cost Free entry. Spend $60* ($40* for U-POPP members) to redeem a Workshop Pass
Web United Square Doodle-le-do
5. Introduce Drama to your kids @ ACT3i Festival for Children
This is one of the best ways to introduce theatre to the littlest ones, as children from four months to eight years are welcome! Families can enjoy five original world-class theatre performances from South Africa, England, and Argentina, as well as an immersive workshop session.
When: 1 to 9 June, various timings
Where: Asian Civilisations Museum
Website: Act3i Festival for Children
6. Think Outside the Box @ Playeum
Playeum often brings art-inspired play to children. Their latest hands-on exhibition, I-Opener: Play with the Senses, is a community-curated project where artistic play spaces are inspired and designed by four artists with disabilities. Themed around children’s inner creativity, each space integrates play and arts, encouraging young ones to explore their senses through play and the arts. Details here.
When: 1 June 2019 to 26 April 2020, 10am – 6pm
Where: Block 47 Malan Road, #01-23 Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109444
Cost: $22 per child, free for accompanying adult. $10 per additional accompanying adult.
Website: I-Opener at Playeum
7. Have a Super Fun Day @ Aviva Superfundae!
The country’s largest family-friendly “fun-nival” is back! As with previous editions, there’s plenty of active play, connective play, and creative play for everyone in the family. Beat the heat with free ice cream, get creative with free-flow art and craft materials, and just enjoy a whole day of “play, sunshine and happiness”! Each ticket includes a free goodie bag for children, and a free beer or juice for adults. Children 3 years old and below enter free.
When: 15 June, 10am – 9pm
Where: The Meadow, Gardens by the Bay
Cost: $19.90 (online), $27.90 (on-the-spot)
Website: Aviva SuperFundae
8. Immerse in a Toy Story 4 Carnival @ Gardens by the Bay
This year’s Children’s Festival at Gardens by the Bay sees the Supertree Grove turned into a family-friendly carnival with games and activities inspired by the upcoming movie – Toy Story 4 ! Look forward to adventures such as:
– race-car driving in Star Adventurer where kids will get to race in self-driving cars,
– overcoming an obstacle course in Bo Peep’s Adventure, and
– the first ever Disney•Pixar’s Toy Story 4-themed marble run track in Singapore, a show which happens twice every hour.
Be sure to stay on to watch a special Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story 4 inspired-edition of the Garden Rhapsody light and music show! Go on, let your inner child run wild at this family-friendly carnival.
When: 15 to 30 June, 10am – 9pm
Where: Supertree Grove, Gardens By The Bay
Website: Children’s Festival at Gardens by the Bay
9. Let Your Kids Experience a Variety of Sports @ SuperPark Singapore’s SuperDayCamp
SuperPark’s inaugural SuperDayCamp is a dedicated programme to hone children’s motor skills by providing children with an opportunity to explore and learn fun and exciting new skills and tricks at their own pace. Through specially-tailored competition games, they will also improve their social-cognitive skills and build self-confidence. Conducted under the nurturing guidance of the SuperPark crew in a safe, structured and engaging environment, everyone is bound to have unstoppable fun! Suitable for children between 4 to 12 years old.
When:Every Mon-Wed in the month of June & July, 9am to 3pm
Where: Super Park Singapore, Suntec City Mall, #02-477 (North Wing)
Cost: 1-day Camp – $150
Website: Super Day Camp
10. Fun Holiday Program @ Distinct Creative Arts
We’ve been going to Distinct Creative Arts for dance classes for 2 terms now. They’re a strong believer in using dance as a medium to instill values and develop a child’s character. I’m really excited to share with you their 3 Day June holiday program.
Day 1: Dance & Tumble Fun – 19 June
– Telematch & make new friends
– Kpop Dance
– Hiphop Dance
– Sign Language Class
– Tumbling Fun
Day 2: Confidence Building – 20 June
– Arts & Craft – Dream Setting
– Kpop Dance
– Confidence Building Class
– Photo shoot – Solo shoot
– Little Chef – Cake Decoration Class
Day 3: Workout through Fun – 21 June
– Morning workout through fun
– Hiphop Dance
– Arts & Craft – Ugly Doll
– Laser Tag
– Tumbling Fun!
Your child will have an enriching experience in a wide spectrum of activities that will appeal to all of their sensibilities, such as arts & craft sessions, dance classes, confidence building sessions, cupcake decoration, laser tag and more!
For registration or enquiries, email them at email@example.com.
When: 19 to 21 June 2019
Where: Distinct Creative Arts @ KINEX mall
Cost: $250 for 1 day, $400 for 2 days, $550 for 3 days
Website: Distinct Creative Arts
11. Hunt for Wild Animals @ Tayo Station
This June School Holidays, help Tayo & Friends hunt for the animals that escaped the zoo! Join in the fun and learn fun facts about wild animals.
When: Every Friday to Sunday from 1st to 30th June 2019, 12.30pm & 4pm
Where: Tayo Station
Cost: Members $5 | Public $6 (Admission fees to Tayo Station still applies)
Website: Tayo Station
12. Get Curious @ National Museum
This year’s edition of Children’s Special celebrates the launch of Get Curious! – The Official Interactive Family Guide to the National Museum of Singapore. This special publication will bring families on a journey that explores the museum’s stories and artefacts through interactive activities and themes such as Animals, Colours, Shapes, Transport and Values.
Families are in for a treat, as the National Museum’s basement level transforms into fascinating story worlds of land, sea and forest, complete with bouncy castles and fun programmes such as character tours, Young Cinema screenings and engaging workshops where you can create your own wind-up toys and artworks.
While you’re there, do stop by the special exhibition on Singapore’s Food Packaging story at the level 1 Stamford Gallery. Get curious and be rewarded with interesting stories at the museum.
When: 1 to 30 June 2019, 10am to 7pm
Where: National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897
Cost: Free admission for Singaporean and PRs
Website: Children’s Special at National Museum
14. Go Beyond Imaginative Play @ National Gallery’s Children Biennale
Children’s Biennale at the National Gallery is back again and this time with
11 interactive and multi-dimensional artworks by 13 Singapore and Southeast Asian artists. This year’s Gallery Children’s Biennale aims to spark curiosity in our young visitors about the world around them, encourage openness to discover diversity, and imagine new possibilities. Have fun composing your own tunes, braiding giant tresses, wandering beneath massive lanterns, popping into a dome, and more.
When: 25 May to 29 December 2019, 10am to 7pm
Where: National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew’s Rd, Singapore 178957
Cost: Admission is free for Singaporeans and PRs
Website: Children’s Biennale 2019
15. Travel around the world with Super Wings @ Suntec City
This June School Holidays, gear up for a fun, exciting and educational journey with the Super Wings Live Show and other activities here at Suntec City! From 7 – 30 June, a host of performances, parades and parties are in store for the whole family to enjoy at the North Atrium.
Super Wings Live Show – Every Friday to Sunday | 2pm and 7pm
Dance in excitement with our favourite Super Wings characters in an engaging live show featuring Jett and his friends, Dizzy, Donnie and Jerome! Catch the team in action as they get into the groove.
Super Wings Parade – Every Saturday | 4pm
Spread your wings and glide through Suntec City with the Super Wings characters, who will be taking flight from North Atrium to traverse through the mall in a parade and musical extravaganza!
Super Wings Indoor Playground – Daily | Mon to Thurs: 12pm to 8pm, Fri to Sun: 12pm to 9pm
Spend some fun time in the Indoor Playground – get 15 minutes of playtime with every spent of $30 here at Suntec City!
When: 7 to 30 June
Where: Suntec City, North Atrium
Website: Super Wings A World Of Adventures
16. Admire the Orchids @ National Orchid Garden
Enjoy free admission* to National Orchid Garden from 25 May to 30 June for students, Singaporeans, Permanent Residents, Work Permit Holders. With over 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids on display, the gorgeous blooms are an absolute bright sight to capture at the National Orchid Garden.
When: 25 May to 30 June 2019, 8.30am – 7pm (Last entry at 6pm)
Where: National Orchid Garden, Singapore Botanic Gardens
Website: National Orchid Garden
17. Surround yourself with hundreds of Pokémon @ Sentosa Cove Village
Get ready for a big Pokémon adventure. Head over to Sentosa Cove Village! this June school holidays for the Pokémon Carnival where fans will be able to see all 403 Pokémon from the Pokémon region of Alola in one place. The Carnival also include the popular Pikachu Parade and meet-and-greet sessions in the evenings. There will also be various inflatables around the area for one’s Instagram pleasures, including a five-metre-tall Pikachu, as well as an inflatable slide and ball pit for the children.
Guests can also take part in the Pokemon Adventure, where they’ll receive carnival game vouchers and an activity booklet they can use to look for the various Alolan around the area (those who finish will be able to get a free plushie). The game vouchers can also be used for other Pokemon-themed activities, where they stand to win a set of stickers.
When: 15 to 30 June 2019, 5pm – 9pm daily
Where: Sentosa Cove Village
Cost: Free Admission
Website: Pokémon Carnival
That’s quite a fair bit to keep the kids entertained! I hope that gave you some ideas on what to do with your little ones this June holidays! Do check back on this link often as I’ll update as and when I hear of interesting events! :)
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