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May 2023

June School Holidays 2023: Fabulous Fun for Kids and Families

If you’re wondering how it’s possible that we’re almost halfway through the year, you’re not alone. In fact, the June school holidays 2023 begins on Saturday, 27 May! Are you packing the month full of tuition classes and enrichment lessons for the kiddos? Before you know it, it’ll be Sunday, 25 June and the term break will be over. So do set aside some time for guilt-free playtime and quality family bonding, won’t you? After all, there’s all this fabulous fun to be had around town this June!

P.S. We’ll be updating this page with more exciting June school holidays 2023 activities, so do check back for the latest!

1. Have Bouncy Fun with Looney Tunes

June school holidays 2023 - Bouncy Fun with Looney Tunes

Ready to celebrate 100 years of Warner Bros Studio with the timeless Looney Tunes characters? Then head to Bouncy Fun with Looney Tunes and enjoy a fun-filled family day out with three larger-than-life inflatables. Kids from four to 12 years can bounce the day away at Tweety Bird’s Cage. Then slide into Daffy Duck’s Pool and Bugs Bunny’s Underground Rabbit Hole! There will also be unique character displays for photo ops and exclusive merchandise to discover.

Where Suntec City Atrium (Tower 1 & 2)
When 25 May to 25 June, 11am – 9.30pm
Cost Free admission for Suntec+ members (sign up for the free membership via the Suntec+ mobile app with promo code ‘FUN23’ and receive 2,000 Suntec+ Points instantly)
Web (microsite launches on 23 May)

2. Get Your Game On with Edgar Plans

Game On Global Tour

One of today’s hottest ultra-contemporary artists, Edgar Plans, visits Singapore for the very first time as part of the Game On Global Tour. After slam dunk seasons in Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Hong Kong, the one-of-a-kind interactive experience comes to town. Step into the street basketball-themed wonderland and snap pictures with visually stunning 2.5-metre-tall ‘Lil’ Heroes’. Besides installations inspired by NBA legends such as Lebron James, and Kobe Bryant, Plans is also unveiling a limited-edition Michael Jordan-inspired collectible exclusively in Singapore!

Where Funan (collectibles at BLAXK by ActionCity, #01-03)
When 25 May to 16 July, 10am – 10pm
Cost Free admission

3. Be Amp-powered at The ELECTRIFIED Show


Singapore’s first-ever large-scale in-house special effects production, The ELECTRIFIED Show, is ready to set the June school holidays 2023 blaze. Follow Spark on a dimension-defying adventure and behold magic, fire, laser displays, flying drones, robotics, and nitrogen explosions. The hour-long production spans 12 acts powered by Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and the Arts (STEM+). If you’re lucky, you might even experience levitation through a flying rocket!

Where Science Centre Singapore
When 26 May to 4 June, 10.30am, 2pm & 4.30pm
Cost From $38 per ticket (including Science Centre admission and $5 Curiosity Shop voucher; family bundles available)

(See also: 5 Free Apps that can Teach your Kids to Code like a Pro at Home)

4. Go on a 90’s Job Adventure with Kiztopia

June school holidays 2023 - Kiztopia ‘My Little 90’s Job Adventure

Kiztopia and VivoCity jointly present My Little 90’s Job Adventure, a world of pretend-play spanning 1,010 sqm. Ideal for kids from four to eight years, it comprises eight air-conditioned rooms that simulate real-life working scenarios. Step into the shoes of a chef, police officer, veterinary assistant, postman, and others, and work with Kiztopia Friends to complete tasks — from creating a pizza to solving crimes – while learning life skills through play. Kiztopia Town also features the popular Tiger’s Obstacle Race and Mark’s Inflatable Ball Pit toddlers love.

Where VivoCity Outdoor Plaza, 1 HarbourFront Walk
When 26 May to 25 June
Cost $10 for 1 role-play activity (onsite only) or from $28 for bundled passes (10% off for pre-sales/VivoCity Kids Club members)
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5. Experience Summer in Bloom at City Square Mall

Summer in Bloom at City Square Mall

The summer holidays are the perfect time to stop and smell the flowers! So swing by City Square Mall this June and usher in a ‘Summer in Bloom’ as a family. The kids will make a beeline for Uncle Ringo’s Bouncy Flower Garden outdoors at the City Green Park. There will also be an indoor pop-up till 9 June at Basement 1 Fountain Square. On weekends, a balloon sculptor and mime artist will be roving the mall to amaze and amuse the kids. For mums and dads, shop at the Summer Market, vote for your favourite Home Balcony Landscape display, enjoy dining deals, and redeem spin-and-win prizes!

Where City Square Mall
When 26 May to 25 June
Cost Free admission (Uncle Ringo tickets available onsite)

6. Paint It Forward at The Children’s Festival 2023 across Malls of Frasers Property

Paint It Forward at The Children’s Festival 2023 Malls of Frasers Property

The Children’s Festival 2023 aims to promote inclusiveness through community activities across Malls of Frasers Property islandwide. Co-create a canvas of inclusivity in Paint It Forward art jamming sessions across 10 malls. You’ll receive painting kits with specially created canvas outlines inspired by persons with disabilities behind NDP2020 to 2022 art collaterals. For every participant who registers, Frasers Property will donate $10 to the Mediacorp Enable Fund. Each piece of artwork will come together to form a Community Canvas Collage at the conclusion of the festival.

Where 10 Malls of Frasers Property islandwide
When 26 May to 25 June
Cost Free (pre-registration begins 22 May)

7. Celebrate Hopes and Dreams at Children’s Season 2023

June school holidays 2023 - Children’s Season 2023
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The annual Children’s Season invites young ones to explore different occupations in past and present Singapore, then discover who they want to be in the future. With unlimited imagination, they may even think up a new job or role that doesn’t yet exist! Dream up futuristic cars at Singapore Mobility Gallery, reinvent Cinderella as a Nyonya at The Peranakan Museum, and make 3D paper sculptures at Children’s Museum Singapore. Finally, participate in hands-on comic art workshops and collect stamps for your Children’s Season 2023 passport along the way.

Where 25 museums and galleries
When 27 May to 25 June
Cost Free admission

(See also: Children’s Museum Singapore: 5 Things we Love about this brand new space for Kids)

8. Let’s Make a Better Place at the Children’s Biennale Opening

National Gallery Singapore’s Children’s Biennale 2023
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The highly anticipated National Gallery Singapore’s Children’s Biennale 2023 opens on the first day of the June school holidays. Besides exploring 11 new artworks around the theme of ‘Let’s Make a Better Place’, plenty of opening activities await. Catch Voices of Singapore’s children’s choir, explore sound with LittleCr3atures, and participate in fun-filled interactive encounters by Five Stones Theatre. There are also lots of craft workshops and drop-in activities to look forward to.

Where National Gallery Singapore
When Selected dates from 27 May to 24 June (Children’s Biennale runs till 31 March 2024)
Cost Free admission (some workshops are ticketed)

9. Be Junior Ocean Protector at S.E.A. Aquarium

Junior Ocean Protector at S.E.A. Aquarium

S.E.A. Aquarium’s signature Junior Ocean Protector programme returns with an exciting new twist. This time, parents and kids can join the guided tour together to uncover interesting facts about marine animals. Each six-hour session also includes lunch, a make-your-own portable microscope workshop, and exclusive behind-the-scenes access. Join the Aquarists as they prepare food for the watery residents, see a shark’s egg up close, and delve into the lifecycle of sea jellies.

Where S.E.A. Aquarium, Resorts World Sentosa
When Fridays to Sundays from 27 May to 25 June, 9am – 3pm
Cost $428 for 1 adult and 1 child

10. Beat the Heat with I-SCREAM SDC!


Singapore Discovery Centre invites you to beat the heat with I-SCREAM SDC! Savour a complimentary cup of artisanal ice cream from Tom’s Palette as you watch The Great SingPaw Ice Cream Show. The interactive puppet show happens at 1.30pm and 4.30pm every Sunday in June. Then step into nostalgia and journey down memory lane in Old School is Cool. Scream your Flavour-ite ice cream flavour at the I-SCREAM SG! interactive booths and stand a chance to win prizes too. Plenty more cool games and craft activities await!

Where Singapore Discovery Centre, 510 Upper Jurong Road
When 27 May to 25 June
Cost From $12 per person (discounted bundles available)

11. Go on a Sensory Odyssey & Be an Ocean Imagineer

Sensory Odyssey: Into the Heart of Our Living World

Embark on a spectacular up-close encounter with nature in Sensory Odyssey: Into the Heart of Our Living World. See, hear, smell, and feel as you voyage through seven ecosystems — from the African Savannah to polar Greenland.

Where ArtScience Museum
When 27 May to 29 October, 10am – 7pm
Cost $18 per person

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Ocean Imagineer Hackathon Holiday Camps

And during the June school holidays 2023, ArtScientist-In-Residence Cesar Jung-Harada invites you to his Ocean Imagineer Hackathon holiday camps. Recommended for ages 8 years and up, each three-day camp lets you uncover your creativity in designing vehicles and machines to solve the climate crisis.

Where Basement 2, Rainbow Room, ArtScience Museum
When 27 to 29 May | 2 to 4 June | 16 to 18 June | 23 to 25 June, 10.30am – 5pm daily
Cost $350 per participant

(See also: Future Skills for Your Preschooler: Why It’s Necessary and How iSTEAM Helps)

12. Sail Away on a Pirate Adventure aboard the Royal Albatross

Pirates Ahoy! on Royal Albatross

Are the kids fans of Peter Pan and Captain Jack Sparrow? Then give them the ultimate pirate adventure with Pirates Ahoy! onboard Asia-Pacific’s one and only Tall Ship. Dress up in pirate attire and let the Captain of the Royal Albatross show you what the pirate life onboard a real pirate ship is like. There’ll be fun games and activities for kids to develop their pirate skills and earn their Young Cadet certificate. Plus a yummy breakfast buffet for pirates of all ages. Aye, Mums and dads are welcome to join in too!

Where Royal Albatross, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island
When Every Sunday from 28 May, 9am – 11am
Cost From $95 per child | $150 per adult

13. Join the NINJAGO Academy to Save the Dragons

June school holidays 2023 - LEGO NINJAGO Academy

To mark its 12th anniversary, a new era of LEGO NINJAGO is here. Expect merged realms and fresh characters across new products and a new animated TV show, all launching on 1 June. Together with master Lloyd and new characters Arin, Sora, and Baby Dragon Riyu, young heroes can undergo ninja training at the LEGO NINJAGO Academy. Prepare to fight evil forces with a weapon building station, Spinjitzu challenge, and elemental tests of speed, agility, and endurance. Complete the missions to redeem a minifigure. More redemptions-with-purchase and other promotions await.

Where Compass One, 1 Sengkang Square
When 1 to 18 June, 10.30am – 9.30pm
Cost Free admission

14. Go Wild with Jumptopia @ GastroBeats 2023

Jumptopia @ GastroBeats 2023

Get ready to enjoy out-of-this-world fun as Jumptopia goes wild at GastroBeats 2023. Bigger and better, this year’s mega playground features 11 gigantic space-themed inflatables and two specially curated play zones for toddlers and teens. Older kids, teens, and adults will get the adrenaline pumping at Jumptopia Wild, a brand-new concept which features higher climbs, faster slides, and challenging obstacle courses. Younger space explorers can conquer the Galaxy Adventure Zone, while tots can dive into the new toddler-friendly Space Splash Zone.

Where Bayfront Event Space, 12A Bayfront Avenue
When 1 to 25 June, 4pm – 10pm
Cost From $19 per person per hour or $29 per person for unlimited play time (bundled tickets available; early bird specials till 31 May)
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15. Spend a Night at the Best Airport in the World

June school holidays 2023 - A Night at the Airport

Boasting a new theme ‘A Fun-filled Journey through Time’, the popular A Night at the Airport family camp returns for the June school holidays 2023. Go on an Amazing Race-style airport family quest and relive nostalgic old-school games with an aviation twist. Then build your own airport of the future in a craft workshop and experience rock-climbing at Climb@T3! After an enriching day of fun, wind down over family board games before cosying up in tents in air-conditioned comfort.

Where Changi Experience Studio, Level 4, Jewel Changi Airport
When Every Friday to Sunday from 2 to 24 June
Cost $95 per child | $85 per adult

(See also: 11 Perfect Family-friendly Weekend Staycations in Singapore)

16. Catch a Breathtaking Acrobatic Performance in HUMANS 2.0

Circa HUMANS 2.0
Image: Circa & David Kelly

Remember the Australia-based circus performance group, Circa? They brought us Carnival of the Animals, as well as Shaun the Sheep’s Circus Show that runs till Sunday. Next month, they’ll also show us what it means to be human. As part of the Singapore International Festival of Arts 2023, HUMANS 2.0 is suitable for children from six years. It’s a great opportunity to expose your offspring to a rich blend of acrobatics, dance, theatre, and circus, while inspiring them to push beyond their own limits. They can also sign up for Why So Serious?, an acrobatic workshop for kids.

Where Esplanade Theatre
When 3 June, 8pm (workshop 2.30pm – 4pm) | 4 June, 3pm
Cost From $38 ($28 for workshop)

17. Go on Adventures with Andi

Adventures with Andi

A stage adaptation of Minister of State, Sun Xueling’s What Ants Do three-book series, ‘Adventures with Andi’  brings the tales to life through storytelling, theatre, dance, interactive songs, and craft sessions. Celebrate the importance of family bonding while meeting the fun and funny characters in person. Kids from three years and up, as well as their parents and grandparents alike, can enjoy the 90-minute production together.

Where Drama Theatre, Level 1, School of the Arts Singapore (SOTA)
When 9 to 11 June, 4pm or 11pm
Cost From $35 (free for KidSTART families)

18. Get a Triple Dose of Fun at The Polliwogs

Double Dose of Fun at The Polliwogs

June is always a fun month at The Polliwogs, and this time’s no different.  On 10 and 11 June, Dumpling Chronicles marks the upcoming Dragon Boat Festival. After learning how to fold your own rice dumplings, explore the origins of this festival in a fun show. Then from 12 to 14 June, ignite your child’s passion for baking at the Bake and Play Bonanza. Children four and up learn to make their own cupcakes in the 1.5-hour workshop. On Father’s Day, dads and kids can team up for a friendly competition with relay races, tug-of-war, and more. Lots of prizes are up for grabs in this Father’s Day Cup Challenge. Dads also enjoy complimentary entry on 17 and 18 June with the purchase of every child ticket.

Where #03-12, VivoCity | #04-63, The Central @ Clarke Quay
When Selected dates from 10 to 18 June
Cost Standard admission applies (some activities are ticketed)

19. Visit Nature’s Imaginarium at Gardens by the Bay

Children’s Festival: Nature’s Imaginarium

This June, Supertree Grove transforms into a nature-themed playground for Children’s Festival: Nature’s Imaginarium. Children can hop onto the adorable Calvin the Caterpillar train for a guided tour. They will encounter Calvin’s flora and fauna friends, play among them, and learn about biodiversity in a colourful, supersized way. In addition, each weekend features a different theme, focusing on family (10 to 11 June), pets (17 to 18 June), and nature (24 to 25 June). Families can look forward to craft workshops, movie screenings, live performances, carnival games and more.

Where Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay
When 10 to 25 June, 10am – 7pm
Cost Free admission (some programmes are ticketed)

20. Have Monstrous Fun at The Arts House

Monstrous Fun! @ The Arts House

Returning for its second edition, Monstrous Fun! @ The Arts House invites families to embark on a magical literary adventure. Let your imaginations run free in the fantastical world of children’s stories by Singapore-based authors. Families with children from three to 12 years can engage in captivating literary-based programmes in English, Chinese, Malay, and Tamil. Create your own pet monster, enjoy dramatic storytelling and role-playing activities, and solve mystical mysteries in the Magical Monster Hunt.

Where The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Lane
When 16 to 17 June, 10am – 5pm
Cost Free admission (some workshops are ticketed)

21. Discover Wellness with Horses

Singapore Turf Club Riding Centre Equine Wellness Programme

Too much stress during term time? Give your kids a relaxing break with Singapore Turf Club Riding Centre’s exclusive Equine Wellness Programme. Reap emotional, physical, and even cognitive benefits in the 90-minute group-based programme that’s based on the concept of equine therapy. Activities include grooming a horse, horse-riding, and a bespoke horseplay session. While open to participants of all ages, you must be at least eight years old and weigh under 75 kg to experience the horse-riding segment.

Where Singapore Turf Club Riding Centre, 1 Equestrian Walk
When 17 June to 9 July, 9.30 am – 11am (except Mondays)
Cost From $188 per person

22. Gear Up for Epic Adventures at a 5-Day Camp

June school holidays 2023 - SuperPark Singapore x XCL World Academy

SuperPark Singapore teams up with XCL World Academy to bring kids on an exhilarating five-day adventure this June holidays. Unleash your child’s curiosity and creativity while having a blast. The programme encompasses sports, visual arts, performing arts… and of course, a day of non-stop entertainment at SuperPark Singapore! They’ll come home full of excitement and unforgettable memories. The package includes all meals, materials, camp t-shirt, and transport to SuperPark.

Where XCL World Academy, 2 Yishun Street 42
When 19 to 23 June, 9am – 3pm
Cost $650 per child (10% discount till 31 May)
Web Registration form

(See also: SuperPark Singapore – The Revolutionary 40,000-sqf Indoor Playground for the Whole Family)

23. Experience the Arts at the Goodman Open House

Goodman Open House

Goodman Arts Centre opens its doors during the June school holidays 2023 for a meaningful and fun-filled day of programmes and activities for families. Ranging across art forms such as music, dance, and visual arts, this year’s Open House presents open studios, workshops, performances, and all-day activities. Go on a story picnic, join an inclusive parent-child dance workshop, and try abstract map-making. Shop the pop-up artist market and at the end of the day, join in the colourful closing parade.

Where Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road
When 24 June, 10am – 5pm
Cost Free admission (some workshops are ticketed)

(See also: 13 Intergenerational Activities That Cost Less Than $20 Per Pax)

24. Learn about Technology at the Smart Nation Playscape

What is a Smart Nation? How is Singapore a Smart Nation? See technology come to life through fun interactives, as gamified exhibits and multimedia give kids easy-to-understand explanations on how different aspects of technology — such as geospatial technology — came about, how they work, and their importance to Singapore today. ⁠Watch a Rubik’s Cube solving robot, visit the Cabinet of Curiosity, see how computers can analyse your face through biometric technology⁠, then use it to let the exhibits ‘recognise’ you and record your Playscape journey in a digital Playscape Passport.⁠ This is best for those 13 years old and above, but anyone interested in technology is welcome! ⁠

Where Hall F, Science Centre Singapore⁠
When From 29 May 2023⁠
Cost Admission is free with your Science Centre Singapore admission ticket ⁠

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June School Holidays 2023: Fabulous Fun for Kids and Families