June School Holidays 2024: Fun and Family-Friendly Activities in Singapore

School’s out! The June school holiday is here! As excited as the kids may be, many parents are wondering how to keep their little ones occupied during this June holiday break. Singapore has an incredible lineup of activities that will make this school holiday one to remember. From a colossal science party to exploring a whimsical world inspired by The Little Prince, there’s no shortage of excitement for kids of all ages. And let’s not forget the grown-ups – you’ll have a blast too!

Fun activities for June School Holidays in Singapore

1. KidsSTOP™ Mess-ive Science Party

Science Centre Singapore is offering an exciting month-long holiday experience for children from May 25 to June 23. The centre has transformed into a wonderland of hands-on science activities, captivating magic shows, and fascinating exhibits.

One of the main highlights is the The KidsSTOP™ Mess-ive Science Party which features a range of activities designed to ignite children’s curiosity and love for science.

  • Glow Hunt: Children hunt for 10 UV-painted candle pictures in a glow-in-the-dark room, using UV torches to find the glowing images.
  • Sensory Science Cove: For children ages 3 and below, featuring dry sensory play areas with taste-safe and age-appropriate products.
  • Colour Lab: A collaborative art project where children decorate decommissioned train seats with paint markers.
  • Bubble Factory: An area for children to experiment with various bubble wands, creating mesmerizing bubbles.
  • KidsSTOP™ Bakeground – Sponsored by HPB: A sensory baking experience with health-conscious and delightful ingredients.
For more info about the line-up of activities at Science Centre Singapore, click here.
Venue: KidsSTOP™, Science Centre Singapore
Timing: 10am – 1pm and 2pm – 5pm
For Children ages 2 – 8 and their families.

2. Escape to Snow City — Singapore’s Very Own Icy Retreat 

Snow City Singapore

Craving a winter wonderland escape without leaving sunny Singapore? Look no further than Snow City, the ultimate icy retreat for your June School Holidays! This one-of-a-kind indoor snow centre offers a frosty adventure any time of year.

Here’s a cool tidbit: Snow City has been chilling in Singapore since 2000! If you haven’t experienced its frosty fun firsthand, now is the perfect time to gather your family and friends to experience this icy adventure!

Where: Snow City Singapore, 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433
Opening Hours: Wednesday to Sunday, 10am to 1pm, 2pm to 5pm or 6pm.
Tickets start from just S$19 for an hour, making it an affordable and accessible adventure for the whole family. More info here.

3. Adventure with The Little Prince at Changi Airport (Public Area)

Step into a whimsical world inspired by the beloved story of The Little Prince at Changi Airport’s Terminal 3 from now until July 14, 2024. This enchanting event offers a range of family-friendly activities, including a starry mini golf course, charming photo spots, a DIY charm workshop, and captivating storytelling sessions. 

Spend and Redeem discounted Starry Mini Golf passes at S$5 each with every S$30 spent* (S$50 for supermarkets) in a single receipt in Changi Airport Public Areas Terminal 1 to Terminal 4, excluding Jewel Changi Airport.

Pay by Mastercard or Changi Pay to purchase an additional discounted pass.

Ticketed admission: Direct purchase a Starry mini golf passes at S$15 each.

Ticketed admission: Direct Purchase of B612 Charms activity passes at S$5 each. (Each ticket-holder will get to make two shrinky art keychains to bring home!)

For more info about the activities, click here.
Where: Changi Airport, Terminal 3, Departure Hall (opposite Check-in Row 11)
When: 25 May to 23 June 2024 – 12:00PM to 10:00PM
24 June to 14 July 2024 – Fri: 5:00PM to 10:00PM, Sat & Sun: 12:00PM to 10:00PM

4. Gardens by the Bay’s Children Festival

Image: Gardens by the Bay

Children’s Festival is back for its 10th edition, with a Disney and Pixar’s Inside Out 2 themed outdoor carnival and installations taking over the iconic Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay!

The Supertree Grove will be the only place in Southeast Asia where families can enjoy an Inside Out 2-themed outdoor carnival with large-scale installations, and most of the activities are free. Kids can get acquainted with the core Emotions – Joy, Anger, Sadness, Fear and Disgust – as well as newly-introduced Emotions like Anxiety, Envy and Embarrassment through interactive exhibits and play areas.

Where: Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
When: Saturday, 25 May to Monday, 22 June 2024, 10.00am – 9.00pm
Admission into Children’s Festival featuring Inside Out 2 is free. Charges apply for selected activities.

5. IPPUDO Child Kitchen – Ramen and Gyoza-making workshop


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Let kids ditch the digital devices this school holiday and have hands-on fun at IPPUDO Child Kitchen!

Children aged 3 and above can enjoy an enriching hands-on experience of ramen and gyoza making. At the end of the session, they will also take home a goodie bag with IPPUDO merchandise and have a group photo taken at the photobooth to remember the day by.

This 2-hour workshop helps them develop motor skills and senses while bonding with parents.

Priced at $40 nett per person, with up to 30 seats per session. Workshop dates and registration details for the monthly IPPUDO Child Kitchen sessions can be found at

Upcoming Workshops: 16 June & 14 July, 3-5pm @ IPPUDO Tanjong Pagar

6. Beat the Heat and Make a Splash at Bubble Fiesta 2024 

Bubble Fiesta at Adventure Cove Waterpark. Photo Taken From Resorts World Sentosa.

Singapore’s largest Bubble Fiesta is happening at Adventure Cove Waterpark from 1 June to 11 August 2024.

There are Eight Zones of Bubbly Fun:

  • Bubble Blizzard: Dance under a shower of cascading bubbles!
  • Bubble Party: Get your groove on with live DJs and a sea of foam.
  • Bubble Beats: Channel your inner DJ and create your own bubbly soundtrack.
  • Bubble Luge: Slide down a slippery slope into a bubbly pool.
  • Bubble Waddle: Bounce and play on giant inflatable bubble balls.
  • Bubble Shower: Cool down under a refreshing bubble spray.
  • Bubble Foot Pool: Score goals in a bubbly soccer match.
  • Bubble Tunnel: Explore a rainbow-coloured tunnel filled with bubbles

The fun doesn’t stop with bubbles! You can also enjoy all of Adventure Cove’s thrilling rides and attractions, from high-speed water slides to lazy rivers and a snorkeling lagoon.

Where: Adventure Cove Waterpark, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, 098269
When: 1 June to 11 August 2024
Tickets start from S$40 for adults and S$33 for children, including admission to the waterpark and all Bubble Fiesta activities. Plus, you’ll receive a complimentary Bubble Rainbow Twirler!

7. Into the Hawkerverse at Children’s Museum Singapore

Special Exhibition: Into the Hawkerverse by Children’s Museum Singapore

Embark on a mouthwatering adventure with “Into the Hawkerverse,” an interactive exhibition that introduces children to the rich tapestry of Singapore’s Hawker Culture. As an integral part of the nation’s food heritage and way of life, this immersive experience takes kids on a journey through time, from the bustling days of street hawkers to the future of this beloved culinary tradition.

Meet hawker culture heroes and listen to their fascinating stories, step into the shoes of a hawker, and discover the incredible variety of dishes that make up Singapore’s hawker scene.

Children will also learn about the thoughtful design behind hawker centres and gain a glimpse into the future of this cherished aspect of Singaporean life.

This engaging exhibition is a must-visit for families looking to deepen their appreciation for Singapore’s vibrant food culture.

Where: Children’s Museum Singapore, 23-B, Coleman St, Singapore 179807
When: Now till 2026
Admission is free for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents.
Foreign residents/tourists: S$10 per child, S$15 per adult

8. i Light Singapore 2024 


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i Light Singapore 2024 is a dazzling light festival that transforms Marina Bay, South Beach, and Millenia Walk, Tanjong Pagar into a vibrant wonderland of sustainable light art installations. This year’s theme, “Cyclical Nature,” emphasises sustainability and features interactive artworks that explore the endless potential of everyday objects for re-design, restoration, and repurposing. It also help to spark important conversations with children about environmental issues and responsible consumption.

Many of the installations are interactive, inviting children to touch, play, and engage with the art. This tactile experience makes it a fun and educational outing for the whole family!

Where: Various locations (Marina Bay, South Beach, Millenia Walk, Tanjong Pagar)
When: 31 May to 23 June 2024
7:30pm to 11:00pm daily with extended hours to 12:00am on Fridays and Saturdays. Admission is free while charges apply for certain programmes.

9. Enchanted Night at Changi Experience Studio’s Holiday Camp

Photo: Jewel Changi Airport

Get ready for the most magical sleepover ever at the sold-out “A Night at the Airport” camp! This super cool garden-themed adventure is back and better than ever.

Children can put on their creative hats and join the arts and crafts workshop. They’ll get to make their very own floral resin paperweights using pretty pressed flowers from Changi Airport’s special nursery!

Next, it’s time for families to conquer some exciting challenges together in a special quest all about plants and gardens. They’ll need to use their smart thinking and teamwork skills to win!

Finally, families can end the night with a fantastic sleepover in the enchanted Changi Experience Studio.

Where: Changi Experience Studio (Level 4, Jewel Changi Airport)
When: 1 June to 22 June 2024,
Camp programme start from 2:30PM to 8:00AM (the next day)
The prices for this camp are as follows:
  • Adult – S$98
  • Child – S$128 (recommended for 5 years old and above)
For more information about the camp programme, click here.

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