Some parents shudder at the thought of a long school holiday. We get it: a break from the regular routine of school can throw meticulously planned schedules out of whack, and push even the most organised households into a frenzy. Keep your energetic little ones (and big ones too!) occupied this year with our activity-packed diary full of great ideas. We guarantee you won’t hear the words “I’m bored” over the next few weeks!
Have some splashing good fun as you wade and interact with dozens of harmless rays at Sentosa’s Adventure Cove Waterpark. Watch your kids’ faces light up with delight when you sign up for an up-close encounter to feed these friendly creatures.
Be transported to a wonderland of discovery and play at the National Museum this Children’s Season. Experience connections of friendship, family, monuments and memories through interactive exhibits, sensorial stations, hands-on play, story-telling sessions and more.
Let the little ones get an adrenaline rush at this trampoline park and indoor playground, which has an X-Park obstacle course and raised platform station, Leap of Faith. We’ve got a pair of 5-session Multipasses worth $216 to giveaway. Pick up a copy of the June issue to find out how to win!
Level up and expand your child’s knowledge and skills of robotics with Beginner Hello Robota. In this 4-lesson workshop, using the LEGO® Mindstorms EV3 System, kids will learn to apply basic skills to complete various unique museum-based missions.
Make a date with our animal friends over a weekend at Singapore Zoo, River Safari or Night Safari by choosing one of three camping options. Fall asleep under the stars to the gentle roar of the lion, or snooze in the depths of the flooded forest of the Amazon.
Have a family day out at the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden. Everything at the garden is centred on the child, creating a magical secret garden where young ones can escape to and have fun in. At the end of the outing, frolic at the water play area to cool down.
Embark on an exciting educational adventure at Singapore’s only Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom, where little ones will be able to experience first-hand how the metamorphosis of a butterfly occurs. Get up close and personal with other creatures in their jungle habitat too.
If your child has a bit of an adrenaline streak and is aged seven years and up, an indoor skydiving experience in a guided and safe environment will be a fun treat. Simply step inside the five-story wind tunnel, and see what it feels like to fall from 3,000 to 12,000 feet in the sky.
Nurture a love of cooking in your mini chef with this simple class that will encourage them to develop an adventurous palate. They’ll learn basic skills like portioning, math concepts by calculating their ingredients and presentation techniques.
If family bonding time is what you’re looking for, head to the AVIVA Superfundae. From ninja-style obstacle courses for the kids to beer dashes for the parents to song and dance sessions for grandma, its never-ending action-packed day for the whole gang.
You’ll find more than meets the eye at this family-friendly museum where touching the artworks is actually encouraged. Kids will get a kick out of all the optical illusions that will leave them giggling for hours. We’ve got a family package for 4 worth $100 to giveaway. Pick up a copy of the June issue to find out how to win!
More action and adventure awaits for those who dare tackle the Kids Course at Forest Adventure. Offering a rope course built into the surrounding trees, with various obstacles such as ladders, swings, nets, trapezes and tunnels, kids aged five to 10 will see their agility tested.
Be spellbound by beautiful Harry Potter stamps from all over the world as well as movie memorabilia and collectibles at The Singapore Philatelic Museum. Kids will also get a chance to “fly” on a broomstick like a skilled Quidditch player. Accio!
Got a budding Formula 1 world champion on your hands? Satisfy your kids’ need for speed at Singapore’s first international-standard permanent karting circuit. There’s no minimum age, but kids should be at least 1.55m tall to reach the pedals.
Take refuge from the blazing hot summer sun at Snow City, where your cherubs get to don some winter woolies and enjoy snow showers. They can also take part in the Artic Avenger Hunt, where they’ll get to learn more about the fight against global warming and climate change.
If your kids love learning about space and stars, we know the perfect place for you to take them. The Observatory in the Omni-Theatre building at the Science Centre hosts free stargazing sessions for the little ones every Friday, every month.
Orchestra of the Music Makers will take your little ones by the hand and lead them down the deep forest path in the stage adaptation of Hansel & Gretel. This deliciously dark re-telling of the Grimm Brothers classic is sure to be a fun-filled performance for the whole family.
Your child can be anything they want to be at KidZania Singapore where children aged four and above are employed at actual “jobs” as doctors, firemen, journalists and much more via many different realistic role-playing activities. We’ve got a Family Package for 4 worth $186 to giveaway. Pick up a copy of the June issue to find out how to win!
If your kiddos seem to be climbing your walls these days, get them out of the house and actively crawling, climbing, and zipping through an amazing set of attractions such as MegaClimb, a multi-level treetop obstacle course and MegaZip, a 75m high and 60kph zipline across Siloso beach.
Let your children drift into slumber as they gaze at shimmering schools of fish in front of the spectacular Open Ocean Habitat at the S.E.A aquarium. Before dozing off, a 90-minute guided tour will fill their heads with facts on the 100,000 marine animals housed there.
Learn the A, B, Cs of climbing with the Kinetic Junior Climbing team, which takes in kids from as young as four years old. Rock climbing is an excellent way for kids to get and stay fit, as it involves both upper and lower body strength, core muscles, flexibility and intricate footwork.
Little ones had better brace themselves for a 680-meter descent! The first luge of its kind in Southeast Asia, riders can manually operate the speed, steering and brake system. If crazy downhill sport isn’t their cup of tea, take in the panoramic paradise on the Skyride.
Turn your kid’s ewws into awws when they make a date with the panther chameleon, gabon viper and other equally amazing reptilian friends. Learn more about these scaly denizens through engaging activities at the Singapore Zoo’s new RepTopia exhibit this June holidays.
We have 5 sets of Family Passes (for 2 adults and 2 children) to Singapore Zoo, worth $110 each, to give away. Click here for more details.
Be part of the first ever DreamWorks Carnival in Asia and meet the colourful cast of Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, How To Train Your Dragon and Madagascar on your family day out.
We have 5 sets of DreamWorks Day Carnival Tickets for a family of 4, worth $100, to give away. Click here for more details.
Surf’s up! Let your kids loose at Wave House Sentosa, where they’ll learn to hang ten like some of the best surfers in the world. Younger surfers can develop fundamental movements whilst older kids can challenge their physical skills.
This fantastic play café is Singapore’s very first large scale children’s entertainment centre built not only for kids, but for mums and dads too! Let your tiny tots have a good time in one of many edutainment areas, while you relax and unwind at the bistro.
Taking a closer look at the environments we reside in, the Singapore Art Museum is back with it 7th edition of the family-friendly Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth exhibit. Through inspiring and engaging artworks, it aims to get kids thinking about the world’s many marvels.
If you’re looking to do something different with your wee ones over the holidays, a multi-sensory cinematic experience may be just what you need to shake up the holidays. We’ve got 12 sets of Family passes for 4 to Sentosa 4D Adventureland to give away. Pick up a copy of the June issue to find out how to win!
Enjoy close interactions with a kaleidoscope of birds at feeding sessions, and be tickled by their show-stopping antics that you can’t experience anywhere else. A guided Bird’s Eye View tour is the best way to get extra insights into the park’s myriad exhibits.
Your precious tots are in for a day of thrills and spills at this enduringly popular family attraction in Downtown East. Wild Wild Wet has introduced a new ride, The Royal Flush, to send you swirling down a – you’ve guessed it – a “toilet bowl” of epic proportions.