5.25.2015

June School Holiday Activities for Kids (Singapore 2015)



Holiday Season is upon us once again. This mid year break is the perfect antidote that students around Singapore to crave for. For parents with exam taking school children, it also meant a break for them from mugging with the kids.

Don't have a clue what to do?

No worries as we bring you our specially curated mega list of June School holiday activities for kids. We do this so hardworking parents would find it easier to chill with their children during this one month break.Bookmark us as we bring you our mega annual PLAY , LEARN, SEE and EXPLORE list of June School holiday activities for kids!





Let's head outdoors for a day of fun under the sun. For those who wants to beat the heat, indoor activities at the malls are always a hit!

SPECIAL EVENTS
Children Season 2015
30May -28 June
Museums around Singapore
FREE Admission

Children Season is an annual event for children to enjoy holiday fun at the Museums. There is a wide range of activities for kids at various museums around Singapore. Here are the 5 activities we think the kids would love during this 8 edition of Children Season.
For a full list , do check out Children Season Website

Masak Masak 2015
30 May to 10 Aug 10-6pm
National Musesum


Masak Masak 2015 featuring familiar playgrounds and interactive installations by Singapore and international artists including Jeremy Hiah, Mademoiselle Maurice and Crystal Wagner.Don’t miss as well the engaging performances, film screenings, and family oriented activities that are specially curated for the festival. Suitable for ages three to seven, let your young ones play around the museum and have lots of fun!

 
Imaginarium
14 March - 19 July
Singapore Art Museum

Imaginarium is the new edition of SAM’s much-loved annual contemporary art exhibition for children, begun in 2010 and now in its fifth year. In the spirit of SG50, this year's exhibition is inspired by the crescent moon on the Singapore flag, a symbol of a young nation on the rise with the capacity to dream big and think large. What might we be able to envision and aspire to? What worlds could we imagine for ourselves and create for others? With interactive and immersive artworks and hands-on activities at every turn, Imaginarium offers creative space where inspiration can bloom freely, and joyfully! - See more at: http://www.museums.com.sg/cs15/programmes#sthash.flr9xLVR.dpuf
Imaginarium is the new edition of SAM’s much-loved annual contemporary art exhibition for children, begun in 2010 and now in its fifth year. In the spirit of SG50, this year's exhibition is inspired by the crescent moon on the Singapore flag, a symbol of a young nation on the rise with the capacity to dream big and think large. What might we be able to envision and aspire to? What worlds could we imagine for ourselves and create for others? With interactive and immersive artworks and hands-on activities at every turn, Imaginarium offers creative space where inspiration can bloom freely, and joyfully! - See more at: http://www.museums.com.sg/cs15/programmes#sthash.flr9xLVR.dpuf

Imaginarium is the new edition of SAM’s much-loved annual contemporary art exhibition for children, begun in 2010 and now in its fifth year. In the spirit of SG50, this year's exhibition is inspired by the crescent moon on the Singapore flag, a symbol of a young nation on the rise with the capacity to dream big and think large. What might we be able to envision and aspire to? What worlds could we imagine for ourselves and create for others? With interactive and immersive artworks and hands-on activities at every turn, Imaginarium offers creative space where inspiration can bloom freely, and joyfully! 

 

I Want to be a Policeman!
30May, 04 Jun to 05 Jun, 12 Jun to 13 Jun, 18 Jun to 19 Jun, 26 Jun to 27 Jun
Police Heritage Center, FREE Admission

Children Visiting the Police Heritage Centre (PHC) will be treated to an immersive experience as they don the various kids-sized police uniforms.Another unique feature of the PHC tour is the photo-taking session with police officers and aretro-fitted police radio car which was deployed to the scene of crime in the1970s!

*Tours are by appointment only. To register,please contact our Visit Management Officer at 6478 2123 or emailspf_police_heritage@spf.gov.sg

Cadets Fall In

30May to 31 May, 05 Jun, 07 Jun, 12 Jun to 14 Jun, 19 Jun to 21 Jun, 28 Jun



Listenup, boys and girls! Back by popular demand, the Army Museum ofSingapore proudly presents to you the “Cadets, Fall In” programme – a one-hour “Basic Military Training” experience, which features activities such as the“stand-by-bed” challenge, mini-standard obstacle course, as well as a laser tag game mission.

See our review of Cadets Fall in (2014) here.

*Pre-registration is required. For activitytimings and more details, please visit www.facebook.com/ArmyMuseumofSingapore or www.armymuseum.gov.sg. For enquiries, please emailARMSprogrammes@sdc.com.sg


A Narrow Escape
14 June 2-430 ,330-6pm
My Tree House Fee $5
A Narrow Escape comprises a story-telling session, which aims to introduce Singapore’s historical buildings to the young in a fun and engaging manner. This will be followed by a bus trail, which will take the children and their families to selected National Monuments in the city area, to answer simple questions.


Flowery Fun Times with Nursery Rhymes
22 May-19 July
Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay

Flowery Fun Times
22 May- 19 July
Take a walk down memory lane in the latest floral display. Starting 22 May, GNTB bring to life beloved characters from nursery rhymes. Say hi to Mary and her lamb and catch Old MacDonald at his farm! Amidst fields of Lupin blooms, Wondrous characters and animals await to take you on a Nursery Rhymes date.

Family package at $50 for 2 adults and 2 children (for two observatories) from 30 May to 28 June!

Planet ocean-Screening for Home
12 June 8-10pm Supertree Grove Lawn,FREE Admission
Directed by photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand and narrated by Glenn Close, Home takes you on a visually stunning, spectacular voyage around the world. It is a unique film that approaches the current debate about climate change from a whole new angle.


Giant Board Games
27-28 June Supertree Grove,FREE Admission
Tired of playing tabletop board games? Try your hands at our 3D, life-sized games for a mega time of fun with family and friends. Immerse yourself in the craziness of it all!


In Memoriam : Lee Kuan Yew
Now Till 28 June
National Museum of Singapore
The memorial exhibition is great for those who want to gain an insight to the life and political career of Singapore's first Prime Minister and founding father , Mr Lee Kuan Yew. See specially curated photographic images and audio recordings. In addition, artifacts such as the famous red box that once housed the nation's secrets.
Read about our visit here


Temasek Presents Jubilee at Botanic Garden
30-31 May 6pm
Singapore Botanic Gardens, Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage
FREE Admission

Pack your picnic mats and bring your family out for an evening of musical discovery at Jubilee at The Botanics, and experience a weekend of free concerts performed by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and the Singapore Chinese Orchestra at the Botanic Gardens!

Gundam Docks at Singapore
4-28 June
Ngee Ann City Singapore
FREE Admission

Bandai Namco Asia, one of the leading toy makers and arcade, mobile and home video game publishers in Japan, and Takashimaya Department Store, presents an iconic exhibition in celebration of the 35th anniversary of GUNDAM model kit and in conjunction with Singapore’s Golden Jubilee – the "Gundam Docks at Singapore". One of the largest such exhibitions outside Japan, the approximately 4,000sqm showcase will include over 200 models of the phenomenal Gundam series – the first anime based on space war and machines that sparked off the genre of robotic anime. From 4 to 28 June, the exhibition will be held at Takashimaya Square, B2 and Ngee Ann City Civic Plaza.


ImagiNation
30 and 31 May
*SCAPE Playspace




 

How would we live in a nation of kindness - one where compassion is an instinct and graciousness a reflex? ImagiNation is an immersive multimedia exhibition that transports audiences into a parallel universe, inviting them to explore a world without conflict, without giving or taking offense, without malice or understanding.

ImagiNation is the theme of Kindness Day SG 2015, an initiative by the Singapore Kindness Movement. Kindness Day SG was inaugurated in 2013 as an occasion for Singaporeans to come together in celebration of kindness and graciousness, to inspire one another and transform our society into a nation of kindness. Kindness Day SG is celebrated on the last Friday of May, coinciding with the final day of the second academic term.

For more information, refer here.


KoalaMania
From 20 May
Singapore Zoo
Visit Singapore Zoo latest visitors, the Koolas from Down Under. Visit Idalia, Chan, Paddle and Pellita at their new 210 sqm Australia outback enclosure.
Singapore Zoo Promo
1) 50% off for River Safari with every purchase of Singapore Zoo or Night Safari Tickets ( For Residents only)
2) Senior Citizen (above 60) gets in free, Id required (30 May to 30 June)

 


Opera in the Park
6 June 6pm
Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage, Singapore Botanic Gardens
FREE Admission
Launched since June 2008 at Singapore Botanic Gardens, Opera in the Park is an outreach programme, which aims to expand the opera experience to a wider audience. This outdoor event offers popular favourites from musicals and operas. Audiences are encouraged to bring friends and have a picnic at the concert.

Singapura : 700 Years
28 Oct 2014 - 10 Aug 2015
10am – 6pmExhibition Galleries 1 & 2, Basement, National Museum of Singapore

With Singapore celebrating SG50 this year, it will be great to explore the history of Singapore as an island. The best place to see Singapore transformation will be at Singapura : 700 year exhibit at National Museum of Singapore.

Read our review here


Sea Games Carnival
31 May- 16 June ,10 am Onwards
Singapore Sport Hub

Immerse yourself in the SEA Games spirit by heading down to the 28th SEA Games Carnival. Happening on the sidelines of popular SEA Games sports like Basketball, Netball and football, the carnival is set to keep you and your family entertained.

Have a go at giant inflatables in the junior zone,creative sports try-outs, Laser Tag and walk-on-water for the more adventurous.Coupled with a slew of light shows and artist performances, the carnival is the perfect option to complete your 28th SEA Games experience.

Get the full activities list here.

Sea Games 2015
5-16 June
Various Locations

Singapore plays host to the SEA Games this coming June. Watch over 50% of the sports for free. For full schedule and tickets, do visit the SEA games website.

Aviva Superfundae
20 Jun 10am-9pm
The Meadow , Gardens by the Bay
Fee $28
Looking for something to do with your bundle of energy but bored with the usual options? Fret not! Sign up for a day of ridiculously silly but fun activities for the whole family! With over 20 activities

including fun games, family races and an outdoor movie, your active kiddos will have plenty of ground to cover in our wondergrounds.

Story Telling Comes Alive
6-28 June, 1030-7pm
Palawan Beach
FREE Admission

Let your imagination take you on a fantastic storytelling journey! Join this international award-winning event that brings you stories and characters coming alive right in front of your every own eyes.

Event Highlights:

  • Three customised stories
  • Enjoy life-size rides at the Carnival by the Beach ($5 per ride)
  • Shop for exclusive PLAYMOBIL toy set sold only on Sentosa or grab that promotional offers at PLAYMOBIL Toyshop (Mastercard holders who spend a minimum of $30 - maximum 2 combined receipts can redeem an exclusive PLAYMOBIL figurine!)
  • Create your very own arts & crafts piece at Little Hands & Minds ($5 per craft)
The Deep
From 6 June
Artscience Museum, MBS

With the 6 June opening of its exhibition, The Deep, ArtScience Museum presents the largest collection of deep-sea animals ever displayed. Discover the remarkable beauty of abyssal life in this immersive environment of extremely rare specimens, full-colour photographs and exclusive film footage. Embark on a breathtaking journey through the oceanic depths and learn about the complexity of deep-sea life and the need to protect this fragile and largely unknown world.

UBIN DAY
13 and 14 June
Source and credit : http://ubinday2015.blogspot.sg/

Ubin Day is Ubin Open House! Once a year, people and groups who love Ubin come together to organise special events for the public to celebrate Pulau Ubin.

Makan deep fried sotong, joined guided walks with the family, get a glimpse of kampung living, discover nature, go mountain biking, do water sports and lots more at this special Ubi Open House.
More details can be found at Ubi Day website


MALL EVENTS
LEGO Build. Play.Fun Event!
29 May-28

Raffles City Atrium Level 3
This June, LEGO will be introducing new additions to the LEGO® Ninjago and LEGO® Friends franchises at the LEGO® Build. Fun. Play event – just in time for the holidays. Battle the evil Morrol and enter a series of challenges. Meet Kai the Ninja. Make your own Pop Star Songs with
LEGO® Friend .

Dinosaurize Me

29 May - 14 June
Plaza Singapura Free Admission


Discover the lost world of dinosaurs at PlazaSingapura this June holidays, as the mall unveils a massive, 37m x 7m Argentinosaurus exhibit –one of the world’s largest dinosaur exhibits and the largest ever in a localshopping mall!

Dinosaur Adventure
One-derful Jurassic Challenge@ OneKm
28 May-18 June
FREE Admission
From 29 May – 18 June, OneKM will be converting the whole atrium into a Jurassic Adventure.

Climb, zip, swing and slide across realistic life-size dinosaurs! See them move and hear them roar! Shoppers get to experience a series of high-altitude Jurassic Challenges, such as Rock Climbing, Flying Fox, Abseiling and Para Jump.

Get Groovy with Barney
6-21 Jun ( Except Monday) Tues - Fri
1pm and 7pm Sat and Sun: 1pm, 4pm and 7pm
City Square Mall, L1 Atrium
FREE Admission

Barney, BJ and Baby Bop are back this June school holidays with a super fun retro show featuring your favourite hits with a new twist!


HI 5 LIVE

11-23 June Daily 230pm.5pm and 7pm
United Square
FREE Admission



Celebrate your holidays with Mr Men Little Miss
8 to 14 June
Nex Shopping Mall, Atrium Level 1
FREE Admission
Take a photo with MR. STRONG, MR. BUMP, LITTLE MISS PRINCESS and LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE. Redeem a photo pass with $30 minimum spent in a single receipt.

Nickelodeon Slime Cup
 June 6 -7
Downtown East , Courtyard
FREE Admission

Get ready for a Nickelodeon weekend of slimey sports and games.Includes Meet and Greet Sessions with various characters.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Dojo
29 May to 28 June
Downtown East
FREE Admission
Tackle the obstacles in the Turtles’ Dojo and hang on to your shells!
Blaze through mystifying mazes and zip through fun activities on the way to the finish line! Let’s do this!

 
Ninja Workout
21 June
Expect a high energy workout inspired by martial arts, dance and yoga with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! Sweat it out through a fun cardio workout while immersing in high-tempo music. What’s more, Shell-Up and compete in our Father’s Day best-dressed contest and stand to win exclusive premiums!

Meet and Greet TMNT
30 & 31 May: 4pm & 7pm
13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28 Jun: 7pm 


Singapore Top Indoor Playgrounds
Still looking for more play options, check out our essential list of Singapore Top Indoor Playgrounds with over 18 indoor playgrounds listed and reviewed!



MUSICALS / PERFORMANCES
Enter the world of musicals where prints comes to life!

Concerts for Children : Jason's A-Z of classical music
1 June 2014 11am,2pm & 4pm
Victoria Concert Hall


“Why does the orchestra tune to A at the beginning of a concert?” Get your answers at this fascinating children’s concert where Associate Conductor Jason Lai will take you through the A to Z of classical music in a fun and entertaining manner! Jason will also direct the orchestra in selections from well-loved masterpieces written by some of the greatest composers of all time.


Flipside
29 May-7 Jun
Esplanade

Roving Performances
The Cheerleaders
29 May-1 June , 5-7 June
6.30 – 7.15pm, 7.45 – 8.15pm

Larger than life, louder than loud, poms poms carrying cheerleaders with a difference.
Credits : Esplanade
Human Body Parts
29 May - 1 June
5.15pm, 6.15pm, 7.15pm, 8.15pm
30 May – 1 Jun, Sat – Mon
4.30pm, 5.30pm, 6.30pm, 7.30pm
(20mins per performance)

Meet Hand , Mouth , Ear and Eye. Giant Puppets from Australia with their own distinct personality.This playful exploration of the human form promises to be a visual treat!
Busk Stop
29 May, Fri, 5.15 – 7.15pm
30 May & 31 May, Sat & Sun, 3.30 – 6pm
1 Jun, Mon, 4 – 6.30pm
5 Jun, Fri, 5.30 – 7.30pm
6 & 7 Jun, Sat & Sun, 3.30 – 5.30pm

Multitasking baskers will roam about the Esplanade to entertain
Credits: Esplanade
Jukebox Alley
30 May – 1 Jun, Sat – Mon
5.30pm, 6.30pm, 7.30pm
(30mins per performance)

Be serenade by your own jukebox, the Lorong Boys!
Gypsy Sharul's Red Dot Tarot & Laughter Yoga by Yogi Sharul

5Jun, Fri, 6.30pm & 7.30pm

6 & 7 Jun, Sat & Sun, 4.30pm, 6pm, 7pm
(30mins per performance)


Zettaired
5 – 7 Jun, Fri – Sun
4.40 – 5pm, 5.30 – 5.55pm,
7 – 7.20pm, 7.50 – 8.15pm

Japanese performance group Grinder -Man returns to Singapore with a brand new production collaborating with local drumming group, Bloco Singapura.

Free Performances @ Esplanade Concourse
Virtual X Reality
29 May 2015, Fri & 2 Jun 2015, Tue
7.15pm, 8.15pm
(30mins per performance)
Esplanade Concourse

Sienta La Cabeza
30 & 31 May 2015, Sat & Sun
3.15 - 5.15pm & 6.45 - 8.45pm
1 Jun 2015, Mon 2.45 - 5.45pm
Credit : Esplanade
A World Gone Sideway
29 - 31 May, Fri - Sun
8pm, 9pm, 10pm (Fri & Sat only)
(30mins per performance)

A Lorong Evening
3 & 4 Jun 2015, Wed & Thu
7.15pm, 8.15pm
(30 mins per performance)

Thank You Tezuka ( Japan)
5 – 7 Jun 2015,
Sat & Sun: 3.15pm, 5.15pm
Fri - Sun: 7.15pm, 9.15pm
(30 mins per performance)


Free Performance : Esplanade outdoor theatre
Baby Mime
5 - 7 Jun 2015, Fri - Sun
5pm, 7.15pm, 9.30pm
(30mins per performance)
Credit : Esplanade

Funniest Comedy Circus Show
5 - 7 Jun 2015, Fri - Sun
6.00pm, 8.15pm
(45 mins per performance)



Ticketed Shows
Primitive
30 & 31 May 2015, Sat & Sun
3pm, 8pm
Esplanade Theatre Studio

Technology and performance art meet to create a spellbinding theatre experience.

The Boy with Tape on His Face
5 Jun 2015, Fri, 7.30pm, 10pm
6 Jun 2015, Sat, 3pm, 7.30pm
Esplanade Recital Studio

With a sold-out season in London's West End and a performance at the Royal Variety Show, The Boy With Tape on His Face has won standing ovations across the globe. Now, the unique silent comedy phenomenon makes it way to Singapore for four very special shows.

Credit : Esplanade

TICKET By Clownic
6 Jun, Sat, 3pm & 8pm
7 Jun, Sun, 3pm
Esplanade Theatre Studio

Journey through the best moments of silent and sketch comedy, as seen through the raving eyes of Clownic!

The Gingerbread Man
20 May to 7 June
Tue-Sun, Various Timing
Jubilee Hall, Raffles Theatre
Tickets from $32

Once upon a time there was a Little Old Woman and a Little Old Man, who decided to make a gingerbread man to sweeten their day. But the Little Old Man was REALLY not good at following instructions. What a recipe for disaster…


Peppa Pig Live Treasure Hunt
30 May to 1 June
11am,3pm,7pm
Resort Worlds Theatre, RWS
Tickets from $48

For the very first time, the stage version of the hugely popular pre-school television show Peppa Pig is on its way to Singapore. PEPPA PIG LIVE! TREASURE HUNT will tour the country from Saturday 30 May to Monday 1 June.


The Wind in the Willows
June 12-14 , Various Timings
SOTA Drama Theatre
Tickets from $42
The Wind in the Willows
When Mole plucks up the courage to explore the Riverbank with his friend Ratty, nothing can prepare him for the adventure that awaits. Along with Badger and the irrepressible Mr Toad, the foursome career from one exploit to the next culminating in a battle not only to save Toad Hall, but their very way of life. This new adaptation captures all the wit and bonhomie of Kenneth Grahame’s original novel, and aims to bring the delights of this literary classic to yet another generation of children and a touch of showbiz to the Riverbank!


The Smurfs Live
12-14 June
Resorts World Theatre, RWS
Tickets from $45

It's every Smurf's favourite time of year: Spring! Which means it's time for the annual Spring Parade. But which Smurf will be chosen as the Leader of this year's Parade? If Gargamel has his way, there won't be a parade at all. He comes up with a plan to trick Mother Nature, turn Spring off bit by bit, and catch the Smurfs in the process.
Find out what happens next !
Singapore Symphony Children's Choir - Give Me Wings
5 Jun ,7.30 pm
Victoria Concert Hall
Tickets from $20

In celebration of their 9th Anniversary, the Singapore Symphony Children's Choir joins Choirmaster Wong Lai Foon and Assistant Choirmaster Darius Lim in presenting a myriad of uplifting songs such as John Rutter's Give Me Wings, Spells by Bob Chilcott, Paul Read's Birdsong and The Puppet's Dream, a work written by conductor Darius Lim. Experience a musical evening of beautiful voices!

Naruto
6-7 June 130pm , 7 pm
Resorts World Theatre, RWS
Tickets from $58

The Boy lives in the Village of Konoha-Gakure, just like other boys until..

One day, at dawn, the mischievous boy called Naruto gets suspected of the missing book full of Ninja's prohibited alchemys. The thing is that he was trapped to know the secrets of his birth. When he was delivered, the legendary demon fox with nine tails was sealed up. in his body. Naruto gets terribly shocked with the fact, however, he was encouraged and supported by Iruka, one of the teachers at Ninja Academy, so that he managed to graduate from the school. Now that Naruto and his classmates start their duty as fresh-man Ninja, it means the beginning of a journey where they are forced to face challenges and fatalities as well as Naruto's personal struggle and friendship with his fatal friend Sasuke.

Show is in Japanese but with English subtitles. With acrobatic scenes and cutting edge video projections , it will be a sight to behold.
Singapura
19 May to 7 June , Various Timings
Capitol Theatre
Tickets from $68
Singapura : The Musical
Singapura: The Musical takes the audience through a journey of love, hope, and new beginnings while exploring the strength of the human spirit during the formative years of Singapore’s history from 1955 to 1965. Through the eyes of ordinary men and women, audiences will witness how hope and youthful determination transcend the struggles of everyday life during this time period as Singaporeans strive towards a better future for themselves and their loved ones. Their passion and drive sees them dreaming, hoping and creating – against all odds – a place where they can truly call home.
It opens at the swanky new Capitol Theatre, another great reason to go!


MOVIES
Watching movie is also a great way to immerse yourself in a make believe world. Get ready to be blown away this coming holidays with blockbusters for the family! Now Showing

Avengers : Age of Ultron
Now Showing

When Tony Stark jumpstarts a dormant peacekeeping program, things go awry and Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, including Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, The Incredible Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye, are put to the ultimate test as they battle to save the planet from destruction at the hands of the villainous Ultron. 

Jurassic World
11 June

The long awaited installment of Jurassic Park returns with Steven Spielberg at the helm. If the first show made you a fan, this one will make you a believer!

Minions
18 June

Ever since the dawn of time, the Minions have lived to serve the most despicable of masters. From T. Rex to Napoleon, the easily distracted tribe has helped the biggest and the baddest of villains.
Now, join protective leader Kevin, teenage rebel Stuart and lovable little Bob on a global road trip where they’ll earn a shot to work for a new boss—the world’s first female super-villain—and try to save all of Minionkind... from annihilation.

TERMINATOR GENESIS
25 June
He's back!
When John Connor (Jason Clarke), leader of the human resistance, sends Sgt. Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) back to 1984 to protect Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke) and safeguard the future, an unexpected turn of events creates a fractured timeline. Now, Sgt. Reese finds himself in a new and unfamiliar version of the past, where he is faced with unlikely allies, including the Guardian (Arnold Schwarzenegger), dangerous new enemies, and an unexpected new mission: To reset the future…
Get ready to save the world... once again!


Learning should be fun, so we think these courses will suit your child to a T!
Wonderworks Workshop

Superheros LEGO Robotics camp, Master Robotics Engineers, Mine.Craft invent camp. With names like that, how to say no to it?

More details at here

Wings to Wings
Latin Dance (2 June) and Minion Dance Workshop (21 & 28 June)

Look out for some exciting dance workshops coming up this June holidays for your kids. Wings to Wings is organizing a Minion Dance Workshop and a Latin Dance sport for kids 4 years and above. Get your kids to spend this June holidays memorably by doing some fun dance activity where they learn new things, engage a new skill and make new friends.

LEGO ROBOTICS CAMP
In3labs provides hands on workshop using LEGO robots. This 5 day camp is suitable for kids age 5-14.
More Details here.


Lee Kong Chian Natural Musesum

The latest attraction in Singapore. The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum is a seven-storey green building with a floorspace of 8,500 sqm and home to over 560,000 catalogued lots and over a million specimens from throughout the region. A Public Gallery spread over 2,500 sqm showcases a carefully curated display of the flora and fauna of South East Asian as well as three majestic Sauropod dinosaurs. The bulk of the remaining space is dedicated to our growing Natural History Collections.
More details here


Puss in Boots Ride

Universal Studios Singapore has a new ride! Puss in Boots Giant Journey is a family roller coaster that both kids and adults can enjoy.
Read our review here.



Omni Theatre (Singapore Science Center)


The omni-theatre reopens. Digitally enhanced with the latest and brightest planetarium system to offer a distinctly immersive experience to its audience. See to be awed.



Kids Stay for Free at Club Med

Looking to travel overseas?
How about a holiday with maximum fun and minimum worries?

Club Med is the perfect destination to be this coming June School Holidays. This school break, the little ones will beam with delight with wide range of sports and leisure activities to child-friendly programs, nightly entertainment for all, and delectable dining options. The best part... they go for FREE with every paying adult. Price from $690.

Booking Period: By 30 June 2015
Travel Period: Up to April 2016
Resorts : Bintan Island, Bali , Cheraing Beach, Phuket (Minimum 3 nights stay)

If you would like to head further, join the Summer holidays package for a great offer! Adults from $690 and kids from $269

Booking Period: By 30 June 2015
Travel Period: Up to April 2016
Resorts : Kain , Gulin (Minimum 3 nights stay)
Find out more here
Staycations and Vacations

Need more holiday ideas? Hop over to our Travel Tales section for inspiration. With over 40 destinations , hotels and theme parks reviewed, you will be spoilt for choices. Get traveling tips on selected cities with our Holiday for kids guides.


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This promotion is throughout June and has to travel by 30 June 2015.

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With over 70 activities listed here, there is at least 2 activities for each day of the holiday. Life is never dull in this tiny red dot!





6 comments:

  1. Wow - what a comprehensive list! Singapore has so much going on! I'll share the link with our followers, I am sure many are planning a trip down South this holiday!

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  2. Hi TWD, Small Wonder is also having a free Family Fiesta carnival at Serangoon North this Sat, the first day of the school hols. Perhaps you may want to feature that for your readers too? :)

    http://smallwonder.com.sg/carnival-at-serangoon-north-on-30th-may-10am-to-2pm/

    http://smallwonder.com.sg/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/SW035-May-2015-Serangoon-North-Carnival-FB-2.jpg

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  3. Thanks for the shout out for Ubin Day! Hope to see there! Ria

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