10 Places You Should Bring Your Kids This June Holidays

10 Places You Should Bring Your Kids This June Holidays

The June Holidays are in full swing! Hot on the heels of our last list here is another list of places to bring your kids to this June Holidays to expand their horizons and have a day of outdoor fun and learning!

The 10 places you should bring your kids this June Holidays 2018

1. Explore Pulau Ubin with Pesta Ubin

Photo credit : Pesta Ubin Facebook Page

Go out and have a little adventure at Pulau Ubin. Join the activities with Pesta Ubin to learn more about the island across from our mainland. Get a taste of Ubin away from the urban attitude and let your kid explore the island and learn more about the nature and surrounding.

Pesta Ubin is the highlight of each year of ‘Celebrating Ubin’, which is made possible by the Friends of Ubin Network (FUN).

Many Pesta Ubin activities are free of charge! Some do NOT require registration.
Just remember to bring a cap to shelter yourself from the sun and drink lots of water.

Date: 26 May to 10 June 2018


2. Learn about our Istana

Photo credit : Straits Times

Bring your child to the Istana Open hour to see the work place of our President.

There will be a variety of performances on the Istana Grounds during the Open House. Admission to the Istana grounds is free for Singaporeans and Singapore PRs.

Date: 15 June 2018
Time: 8.30am – 6pm
Venue: The Istana

3. Children’s Festival At Gardens By The Bay

 Photo credit : Gardens by the Bay

 The June holidays is a great time to spend your time with your kids.

 The Children's Festival At Gardens by the Bay is a great way to begin with loads of performances, games and activities with other children.

Date: 26 May to 10 June 2018
Venue: Supertree Grove, Gardens By The Bay

 4. National Orchid Garden

 Photo credit : National Orchid Garden

Many little girls love flowers and this three-hectare National Orchid Garden is the best place to bring them. Situated inside the Singapore Botanic Gardens, the garden showcases more than 1,000 species of orchids and 2,000 hybrids of two or more orchid species.

For rare orchid species, visit the Tan Hoon Siang Mist House. Also experience the Cool House, a smaller version of Gardens by the Bay, the temperature of which is similar to a high-altitude rainforest which helps orchids survive in this tropical country.

Date: 19 May to 24 June 2018
Time: 8.30am – 7pm (Last entry at 6pm)
Venue: Singapore Botanic Gardens

5. Animate Your Life Festival

 Photo credit : Cartoon Networks

June holiday is the time when cartoons come to life at Gardens by the Bay where you'll get to see The Powerpuff Girls, We Bare Bears, Adventure Time and Ben 10 come to life with giant inflatables, carnival games and workshops.

Cartoon Network invites you to enter a world of animation at the Animate Your Life festival – a 16-day celebration of fans, fun and fans of fun!

Date: 26 May to 10 June 2018
Venue: Gardens by the Bay

6. Kidstop at science center

 Photo credit : Kidstop

Bring your curious child to KidsSTOP if he appears to be very interested in Science.

Kidstop is Science Centre Singapore’s dedicated Children’s Science Centre. Children aged 8 and below can learn to inquire, investigate and innovate in a conducive learning environment within this exclusive 3000m² gallery that focuses specifically on science for kids.

With more than 20 exhibits designed to introduce concepts of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, children are provided with ample opportunities to learn through interactive play.

7. Children’s Festival National Gallery Singapore

 Photo credit : National Gallery Singapore

Expose your child to the wonderful world of art and dreams.

Dreams are powerful. And we want our young to have big dreams. Launching this year, Small Big Dreamers features interactive installations that teach children about values, passion, confidence and creativity.

 Through experiential art and active play, children will learn about themselves and the world around them. Each annual edition is inspired by one Singapore artist from the National Collection––a Big Dreamer––whose story exemplifies that anything is possible, regardless of the challenges we face.

09 Jun 2018 - 09 Sep 2018
10:00 AM - 07:00 AM
National Gallery Singapore

8. Super Duper Summer @ United Square

PAW Patrol Leap Into Action Stage Shows Meet & Greet
Photo credit : United Square

If your child is a fan of this animation PAW Patrol then be sure to bring him to United Square to watch the Action stage show.

PAW Patrol Leap Into Action Stage Show
Date: 1 to 14 June (Friday to Thurs)

Stage Shows / Meet & Greet:
Day: Monday to Friday – 2.30pm & 7pm | Saturday and Sunday – 2pm, 5pm & 7pm (No Shows / Meet & Greet on Tuesday)

Spend $60* in a single same-day retail receipt at United Square to shake paws with the pups. Limited photo passes will be issued one hour before each show

9. South East Asia (SEA) Aquarium

Pollution is one of the hardest problem to tackle. It get worse when it affects the marine habitat. Let your little ones learn about the impact of plastic pollution and how they can do their part to save our Earth.

While they play a detective role in Ocean Lab, you can browse through a range of eco-friendly products at the aquarium’s very first Ocean Eco-market.


10. Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

Ride the Jurassic Park fever and bring your child to see a real dinosaur fossil at Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum.  The museum’s three diplodocid sauropod fossils were among the largest and heaviest animals to ever walk on land.

More than 80% complete, of which two of these skeletons come with skulls – a rarity as far as sauropod dinosaurs fossils are concerned! Found between 2007 and 2010 in a quarry in a small town of Ten Sleep in the United States, they are believed to be part of a herd or even a family.


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