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What to Do during the June School Holidays in Singapore

What to Do during the June School Holidays in Singapore
Stuck for ideas for the June holidays? Want to know what’s on around town? Well, you have come to the right place. Whether you want to keep the kids busy in a futuristic and interactive art setting, go wild in a water park or enjoy a relaxed and inspired evening of opera, there’s plenty to do this June in Singapore.

Keep reading to learn more about what you could be doing during the upcoming holidays.

1. Hansel and Gretel show

Hansel and Gretel, a classic and much loved story has inspired many adaptations for the stage, it’s being performed at the Esplanade Concert Hall as of mid June. It’s one of the most beautiful concert halls in the world, and boasts superb acoustics and features in a waterfront location. It’s the perfect setting for your kids to experience live this wonderful and classic story-turned-opera.

Grab a meal and drink either before or after the performance and make a night out of it, with great venues such as Orgo’s roof terrace nearby.

2. Outdoor party

Aviva Superfundae is a fun day for the entire family, with all kinds of fun activities and things to do. There’s free ice-cream all day, art and craft stations, obstacle courses, water activities, and various other hosted events. It’s an event that caters to the whole family, with kids, parents, grandparents, siblings, and friends all invited. There’s also live entertainment for those moments when you just need to grab a seat and have a little time out. The event focuses on three different types of “play” – connective, active and creative. Perfect for a fun-filled day!

3. Harry Potter Stamps Exhibition

Massive Potterheads? Then head to the Harry Potter Stamps Exhibition, hosted by the Singapore Philatelic Museum. The exhibition displays Harry Potter stamps from all over the world, as well as movie memorabilia and collectibles. Expect to see unusual stamp labels, limited edition books, prop replica’s, and movie posters. So if you just can’t get enough of the Wizarding World, get your wands ready and make an appearance before June 18, when the exhibition comes to a close.

4. Amazonia indoor playground

Luckily for busy parents in need of a break (and for kids wanting to burn some energy), Singapore has some really great indoor playgrounds for kids. Amazonia, the coolest jungle themed playground any kid could wish for, boasts a 10 metre high climbing maze filled with tunnels, suspension bridges and obstacles and slides. It’s suitable for kids aged 3-12, and next to the playground is a great bistro which serves great meals. There’s also a toddler area complete with a ball pit and many foam toys. If that’s not enough, check out the nine hole mini golf course, or host a party in one of the ‘4D’ party rooms.

5. Splash @ Kidz Amaze

Singapore’s first indoor water playground, Splash is a huge water world that offers fun for children aged 18 months to 13 years old. There’s multiple play decks, five slides, and a theme splash pad. So if a day of water activities sounds like a lot of fun to your kids, head over to Splash @ Kids Amaze.

6. Let ’em Play

Let ‘em Play offers a range of activities for both adults and children. There’s climbing areas for the little ones, as well as rock walls and a two storey high obstacles course (a great one to try out with your child, you never know who will be helping who). The obstacles course is the only one of its kind in Singapore. The centre also boasts the first augmented reality (AR) bouldering/climbing wall which creates interactive and competitive games that enhance the climbing experience. There’s also a well equipped robotics lab and holiday classes that utilise cutting edge robotics.

7. Imaginarium: To The Ends Of The Earth Exhibition

Singapore’s Art Museum offers a tactile and immersive experience that is perfect for the little ones. It gives a chance to examine how people, flora, and fauna adapt to ever changing environments through the eyes of nine artists. Check out the schedule for events running in tandem with the exhibition, such as art or eco-living workshops and tours. So pick a day and get the kids out of the house and ready to explore.

8. Storytelling Festival

Showcasing some of the best storytelling from Singapore and the world, this beautiful Storytelling Festival hosts a range of performances for families and adults, as well as workshops and performances. The storytelling festival offers a wide range of events, so it may not be just the children enjoying this one.

9. Future World Exhibition

At the intersection of art and science, the future world exhibition creates cutting edge digital installations in immersive and interactive spaces. The Space section of the exhibit gives the illusion of stars moving via the use of 170,000 LED lights and 4D vision technology. There’s also town, park and nature installations which have activities for all ages. It’s possible to do a tour through the exhibition to get some insider knowledge on the installations and technology behind the exciting gallery.

It’s not always easy to know what to do in the holiday period. But this June there are a lot of different things to do in Singapore. Whether you want keep the children entertained, enjoy some quality family time or feel like a little time out, the options are all on the table.

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