11 June Holiday Camps For Kids In Singapore 2024

It’s really not too early to start planning activities for the June holidays in 2024, especially if you’re not going away. Getting a jump on it also means possibly catching some early bird discounts! Whether you’re looking for fun sports, adventures in the sun or something more educational, there’s definitely something here for your children.

Wolf Camp 

Wolf Camp
Credit: Wolf Camp

Type: Multi-activity
Suitable for: 4-12 year olds
Camp fees: $120 – $450

Conducted at Parkland Green in East Coast Park, Wolf Camp is a fun multiactivity adventure-type camp that runs all year round. Here, your young wolf pup will make heaps of new friends while enjoying various activities designed to build social bonds. Entrust your kids to a team of experienced coaches led by founder Mama Wolf Liz herself, a certified kids coach passionate about spreading fun, joy and freedom to children. 

Expect obstacle course races, paint sessions, treasure hunts, archery, swimming, football, beach tennis and more! Camp runs from 9am-3pm and you can choose to enrol your child per day or per week, at $120 or $450 respectively. Do note that snacks and lunch are not provided so you’ll have to pack your own.

Mama Wolf Pte Ltd is located at 30 Duxton Road, #02-01, Singapore 089494, tel: 8921 9411. Visit their website for more information.


Credit: Wildlings

Type: Multi-activity
Suitable for: 3-12 year olds
Camp fees: $140 – $715

A perennial favourite among folks who like their kids forest-savvy, Wildlings camps are absolute hits with kids who are not afraid of getting a little (or lot) dirty. Campfires, outdoor cooking, dens, knots and shelter building, mud and sand play, water play, animal encounters, farming, gardening and nature arts and crafts are among the numerous offerings your little one will experience at a Wildlings camp, where freedom, creativity and resilience are emphasized. The best thing: they get to choose what they want to do!

Camp runs from 8.45am-12.15pm and is divided into age groups, and 4-11 year-olds have the option to extend the half day camp with a $60 “full day extension” add-on. Note: only snacks and drinks are provided so you will need to pack lunches for the full-day camp, except on the last day when pizza is served. 

Eco-Warrior one-day camps are also available for 6-12 year-olds at $140, where they can enjoy curated themes like “Wild Masterchef”, “Sustainability Heroes”, “Junior Naturalists” and a personal favourite “Survive In The Wild”, where they learn wilderness first aid, water filtration, navigation, shelter building and fire lighting—basically how to survive in the wild!

Wildlings is located at 27A Loewen Road, Singapore 248839, tel: 6349 2249. Visit their website for more information.

Camp Asia

Camp Asia
Credit: Camp Asia

Type: Interest-based
Suitable for: 3-16 year olds
Camp fees: $605 – $1,430

Offering an incredible gamut of camps, this is your one-stop shop for camps this summer. From art, dance or drama to creative coding, Lego robotics, Science and STEM, there really is something for everyone here. Cooking, basketball, soccer, gymnastics, dragon boat and even parkour is on the menu. If you cannot decide, there is also the Multi-Activity or Multi-Adventure camp for a taste of varied fun, or “Space Cadets” if your child wants to become an astronaut. Else, “Intensive English”, “Math Mania” or “Electronic Makerspace” should be enriching enough.

Most camps run for 4 or 5 days at Stamford, except “Intensive English” which goes on for 9 or 10 days (hence the heftier price tag). The 3-day “Multi-Xperience” is another exception which takes place at City Sprouts on Henderson Road. Healthy lunches, morning and afternoon snacks are made fresh daily and included in the camp fee. Bus services are available at $120 for 5-day camps.

Camp Asia is located at Stamford American International School, 3 Chuan Lane, Block B, Level 7, Singapore 554350, tel: 6289 5888. Visit their website for more information.

XCL Camps

Credit: XCL

Type: Interest-based
Suitable for: 3-16 year olds
Camp fees: From $650
Dates: 18 June – 2 August

Another camp behemoth, XCL Camps in Yishun offers over 20 camps across five categories. Whether your kid is the Techie Artist, Scholar, Athlete or All-Rounder, you’re likely to find something they’ll swoon over here. Apart from the typical coding, robotics, art, drama, cooking, STEAM, STEM, Science Sports, Multi-activity and outdoor adventure camps, some unusual offerings include “Game Design”, “Digital Animation”, “Esports”, “Aviation and Drones”, “Environmental Scholars”, “Foundations of Effective Public Speaking”, and an “Entrepreneurship” camp for budding business children.   

Morning snacks and lunches are provided, and bus services are also available to major stations at $100 for the week. Get 10% off if you book before 31 May!

XCL World Academy is located at 2 Yishun Street 42, Singapore 768039, tel: 6808 7324. Visit their website for more information.


Credit: Arthaus

Type: Art
Suitable for: 5-16 year olds
Camp fees: $242 – $409

Send your little aspiring Picasso to Arthaus, the “non-judgmental” art studio space where anyone can become an artist, or simply have fun and make new friends this holiday. Guided by an experienced instructor at a 1:6 artist-student ratio, your child will be creatively inspired to discover their inner fine artist. No matter what their skill level or ability, each student is personally taught at their own pace so there’s no worry about being left behind!

Holiday programmes are available in three or five-day options, and you may choose from a variety of mediums including oil, acrylic, watercolour and more. You may even join a class at the same time, since Arthaus runs courses for all ages all year round. 

Arthaus is located at 901A Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 589619, tel: 9023 0458/9723 4084. Visit their website for more information.

Tomato Cooking School

Tomato Cooking School
Credit: Tomato Cooking School

Type: Cooking
Suitable for: 6-14 year olds
Camp fees: From $400
Dates: 27 May – 30 August

This summer, Tomato Cooking School presents “Best hits of all times” where your little master-chef-in-the-making will learn to make some all-time favourites sure to whet your appetite. At Tomato Summer Cooking Camp, every child gets their own personal cooking station, along with all the necessary professional equipment, utensils and the freshest ingredients to work with. Supervised and guided under the watchful tutelage of experienced “big chefs”, your little chef will be whipping a culinary storm which they’ll take home to you at the end of each day. The school will also be sending you a daily photo and video recap so you can discuss the day’s adventure with your child. 

The programme runs two sessions from 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm, but you can also book a full day course from 9am-4pm with lunch included. Tomato Cooking School has four campuses—Central, West, Novena and East. 

Tomato Cooking School is located at OMG Building, 278 River Valley Road, Singapore 238319  (Central); Bukit Timah Shopping Centre, 170 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, #16-04, Singapore 588179 (West); 273 Thomson Road, #04-01, Singapore 307644 (Novena); 229 Joo Chiat Road, Level 3, Singapore 427489 (East), tel: 8784 2801. Visit their website for more information.


Credit: Newtonshow

Type: Multi-activity
Suitable for: 3-14 year olds
Camp fees: $685

Newtonshow, hailed for its science camps, has two multiactivity camps on offer this summer—MULTI STEM and MULTI Creative. If your child is into science, robotics, Lego, circuitry and engineering, Multi STEM is for them. Here they’ll make lava lamps, experiment with chemistry, play with Lego and robots, build electric circuits, light things up, and even learn how to engineer a suspension bridge, among many other things. For the more artistic kids, Multi CREATIVE offers drama, art, cooking, making and survival, which includes public speaking training, a big canvas art project, making pizza, pasta and cream puffs, popsicle creatures and puppets, as well as learning how to assemble a tent and survive in the desert!

Newtonshow camps run in four locations—central, west, Novena and east, and take place from 9AM to 4PM, Monday to Friday. Lunch is provided at 1PM daily, and bus services can be arranged upon request. 

Newtonshow is located at 278 River Valley Road, Singapore 238319 (Central); 887A Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 279896 (West); 1 Goldhill Plaza 02/21-23, Singapore 308899 (Novena); 121 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427410 (East), tel: 8784 2801. Visit their website for more information.

Coding Lab

Coding Lab
Credit: Coding Lab

Type: Coding
Suitable for: 7-18 year olds
Camp fees: From $409
Dates 27 May – 2 August

Founded by an MIT Master’s alumnus, Coding Lab’s MIT-inspired curriculum is one of the best available locally. This June, instead of frolicking in the sun, perhaps you’d like your child to spend their time meaningfully enhancing their computational thinking and problem-solving skills. Perfect as an entry point for coding newbies or enthusiasts, choose from a variety of holiday camps that will pique your kid’s interest.

Standard camps run typically for two-hour sessions across five days, accelerated camps for 3.5 hours across five days, and full-day camps run from 9am-4pm across two days with lunch and snacks provided. Holiday camps are available at their four locations and online.

Coding Lab is located at KAP Mall, 9 King Albert Park, #02-21, Singapore 598332 (Bukit Timah); 80 Marine Parade Road, #10-06, Singapore 449269 (Parkway Parade); 101 Thomson Road, #03-03, Singapore 307591 (United Square, The Learning Lab); 33 Sengkang West Ave, #02-18 to 21, Singapore 797653 (Seletar Mall, The Learning Lab); tel: 6977 9641. Visit their website for more information.

The Mindful Camp

The Mindful Camp
Credit: The Open Centre

Type: Multi-activity
Suitable for: 5-12 year olds
Camp fees: $720 – $920

If in fact your child is feeling pretty stressed out or overwhelmed by the rigours of local education, consider letting them completely check out of academia this school holiday at The Mindful Camp, where they can relax and recharge to the tune of mindfulness, art, nature and play. Apart from learning deep breathing, relaxation techniques and mindful movements to calm both mind and body, the kids will enjoy daily art projects, explore nature and play fun games that will also help improve their socio-emotional skills. 

Set in the lush Swiss Club or Seletar Country Club, the Mindful Camp offers five-day programmes that run from Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30pm. There’s even an option to add a sleepover night on Thursday. Healthy lunches and snacks are provided, and shuttles are available from Sixth Avenue and Newton MRT stations.

Camp River is located at 36 Swiss Club Road, Singapore 288139 (Swiss Club); 101 Seletar Club Road, Singapore 798273 (Seletar Country Club); tel: 9707 0091. Visit their website for more information.

HAHA Chinese

HAHA Chinese
Credit: HAHA Chinese

Type: Language
Suitable for: 4-12 year olds
Camp fees: $125 – $655
Dates: 27 May – 30 August

Want to give your kid some Mandarin enrichment without the boredom and frustration of a classroom structure? Consider a HAHA Chinese immersion camp, which happily combines language learning with arts, culture, STEM and lots of fun play. Taking its cue from the Reggio Emilia approach, HAHA Chinese engages and immerses your kids in the language while educating them in more than just Mandarin—they’ll learn arts and crafts and science and other things about the world at the same time! 

Camps are split into Juniors for 4-6 year olds and Seniors for 7-12 year olds, and you can opt for half-day or full-day camps. Half-day camps run from 9am-12pm with one snack break, and full-day camps run from 9am-3pm, including lunch and a snack break. You can also choose to book 1-day or 3-day packages if the full 5-day week is too much of a commitment. Look out for the 10% early bird discount or get 5% off when you sign up with a friend or sibling, or refer a friend. 

HAHA Chinese is located at 228A River Valley Road, Level 2 (above Jade Spa), Singapore 238286, tel: 8890 4920. Visit their website for more information.


Type: Multi-activity
Suitable for: 5-14 year olds
Camp fees: $450 – $780

Loved for their unique camp creed and concept, Play2See’s holiday camps are for the freedom-seeking and play-loving, out-of-the-box-thinking kids. Employing an extensive range of 75 topics to fully engage your child in their discovery of knowledge, experience and imagination, each camp is packed with games, experiments, hands-on activities and live interactive sessions with influential experts from various fields. 

Each day, your child will be taken on exciting excursions and engage in interesting activities designed to stimulate their curiosity, awareness and understanding of subjects including the arts and sciences, history, culture and more. They’ll explore museums and galleries, take part in outdoor treasure hunts, paint and bake cookies, play laser quest or go bowling, visit Fort Siloso or the Flower Dome, depending on their age group and the curated age-appropriate schedule. 

Play2See holiday camps run for five days with half or full-day options, from 9.15am to 12pm, 1.15pm to 4pm, or 9.15am to 4pm. Enjoy a sibling discount if you’re signing more than one child up for the full-day programme.

Play2See is located at 90 Cuscaden Road, Block B, Singapore 249725, info@play2see.com. Visit their website for more information.

JuzMusic Academy

Type: Music
Suitable for: All ages
Camp fees: $300
Dates: 29 – 31 May, 19 – 21 June

For aspiring musicians (or those who are still riding the high of the recent Taylor Swift and Bruno Mars concerts), here’s the opportunity to learn your favourite tunes on the ukulele, piano, or drums! JuzMusic Academy is running this music camp from 29 – 31 May and 19 – 21 June 2024, featuring hits from the two bestselling pop artists.

Visit their website for more information.