Still looking for fun activities to keep your kids occupied during the break? Check out some of the stuff that's happening next month in Singapore; there's plenty going on to keep anyone entertained!
For those active kids
Tiger's Sports Arena at the Children's Festival - Around the World with Kiztopia
Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay, open daily until 19th of June 2022
If your kids love running around and jumping from one activity to the next, Tiger's Sports Arena is the perfect place for them to try their hand at different sports. Those that successfully complete the 5 activity stations ranging from Tiger's Soccer to Mark's Ring Toss get a complimentary goodie bag as a reward at the end of the 50-minute session. A great way to expend some of your kid's energy!
Purchase your tickets here ($18)
Singapore Sports Museum Outdoor Facilities
Singapore Sports Hub, open daily from 10am to 7pm
Hop outside after taking a look at some of the permanent exhibitions at the Singapore Sports Museum and make the most of the range of free sports facilities available. You can organise an outing with friends and prebook one of the available courts - netball, basketball and beach volleyball - or simply send your kids to have fun on the playground or in the skatepark!
View and book free facilities here
Looking to get your kids in touch with nature?
Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay, open daily until 12th of June
Calling all flower lovers: explore the changing rose displays as you stroll through different Italian landscapes. Get lost in the Secret Garden and its quiet paths, or take a photo under the archways of the miniature Tuscan countryside town. There's even a recreation of Juliet's Balcony if you want to introduce your kids to Shakespeare's famous play!
Purchase your tickets here ($12 adults, $8 children)
Activities to get in touch with your creative side
Happy's Craft World and the Roving Art Truck at the Children's Festival - Around the World with Kiztopia
Colonnade at Gardens by the Bay, Happy's Craft World open daily until 19th of June and Roving Art Truck open 18th and 19th of June
Unleash your kid's inner artist at Happy's Craft World in Colonnade South, where they can choose among the craft activities on offer. These include clay art painting, scratch painting or creating a 3D animal artwork that they can bring home as a special memory.
If you're after something free, the Roving Art Truck organised by the National Gallery of Singapore will be at Colonnade North the weekend of the 18th of June for your kids to learn about art and create an artwork together.
Book a slot for Happy's Craft World here ($8)
Story of the Forest at National Museum of Singapore
National Museum of Singapore, open daily from 10am to 7pm
Perfect for both teens and younger kids, the immersive installation created by the Japanese digital collective teamLab combines technology and art to showcase Singapore's history. The installation takes pieces from the William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings and transforms them into 3D animations. Have fun interacting with the animals and walking through the forest during different seasons.
See more information here (free for Singaporean residents)
Prefer something in the evening?
Mount Faber Leisure Group's Wings of Time
Siloso Beach, shows Monday to Friday at 7:30pm and weekends 7:30pm and 8:30pm
For a fun family outing, head out to the Wings of Time night show for its amazing light installations, fire and laser effects and water displays. This story takes you through time to visit historic and famous landscapes such as the Mayan Pyramids and African Savannah. Make a day out of it and spend the afternoon at the beach before the show begins!
Take a look at the different show packages here ($16.20-$18)
Artefacts Alive! night-time storytelling
Across multiple museums, every Saturday evening until 25th of May
Are your kids big fans of Night at the Museum? Explore the range of museums that Singapore has to offer after dark; each Saturday, a different museum will host a series of night-timing storytelling and crafts sessions inspired by the artefacts displayed in the museum. Have your kids take their pick from the Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM), the Indian Heritage Centre (IHC) and the National Museum of Singapore (NMS) or they can try all 3!
Choose from the activities on offer at the ACM here (free and paid available)
Check out the activities hosted by the IHC here (free and paid available)
Book your tickets for the night-time story at the NMS here ($20 for an adult and child)
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