Not sure what to do for the school holidays in Singapore? Fear not – we've got loads of fab ideas to keep the kids entertained over the break!
If you’re currently looking at an empty cal for the school holidays and worrying about how you’re going to entertain the kids, then don’t fret. We’ve got you (and the kids) covered with everything to do for the school holiday in Singapore. We’ve found loads of things to keep the kids busy, whether that’s at home or out and about. From exhibits to our favourite park or green space. So take a look, and get filling up your Singapore school hols itinerary with these fun-filled activities for the whole family. Happy holidays!
65 things to do with the kids for the school holiday in Singapore
1. Hopes and Dreams, Children’s Season 2023
Celebrate the kid’s ideas and aspirations at the Children’s Season with its annual comeback from 27 May to 25 June 2023. The fam can look forward to more than 100 family-friendly programmes across 25 participating MR museums. Littlies can explore different occupations and inventions in past and present Singapore. They can look forward to comic art workshops, try their hand at being an archaeologist for the day, design their own augmented reality toy, and so much more. Check out our guide for all the details!
2. Summer Fun at the Forum The Shopping Mall
Looking to amp up that fun score this school holiday? Kit out the fam and hit up Summer Fun at the Forum The Shopping Mall for a fun-filled surprise hosted by yours truly, the HoneyKids Asia team! Look forward to nine days of packed fun, including music and dance performances, learning fun ways through Math challenges and projects, mastering a skill or two at creative coding, and so much more. Best part? It’s all for free! Besides all the fun, stick around at Forum The Shopping Mall for some much-needed retail therapy and pop by two newly opened kidswear stores. You don’t want to miss plenty of Spend & Redeem deals on offer.
When: 3 to 11 June 2023, 2 pm to 5 pm on weekdays, 11 am to 4 pm on weekends
Where: Basement 1 Atrium, Forum The Shopping Mall, 583 Orchard Road, Singapore 238884
3. Be inspired at the National Gallery Singapore The Gallery Children’s Biennale 2023
Kit out your tiny Picassos and hit this all-time kid favourite to unravel a world of art and exploration. The Gallery Children’s Biennale 2023 will open its doors to a brand new showcase that kids will love. Best part? It will be open to the public right up till March 2024. Look forward to 11 interactive and immersive artworks that respond to the theme “Let’s make a better place”. The fam can explore ways to create a world built upon care, respect, imagination and collaboration. Expect to engage with the artworks through conversations and digital and onsite programmes the littlies will love.
4. The Children’s Festival at the Malls of Frasers Property
Put your creative hat on and hit the malls of Fraser property for an art-tastic time with the littlies. The kiddos can look forward to exciting and engaging activities like Paint It Forward art jam islandwide, where they can paint and co-create a canvas of inclusivity together with persons with disabilities. There’s more! Each co-created artwork will be linked together to form a giant Community Canvas Collage on full display at Northpoint City at the end of The Children’s Festival. Pretty cool! The kiddos can also learn the importance of sustainability and how to protect the environment at the unique interactive roving art installation experience Forest Explorer at four different malls.
When: Paint It Forward community art jam event, 26 May to 25 June, Registration is free and opens on 22 May 2023
Forest Explorer, Free, It will travel across four Malls of Frasers Property in 2023 – Waterway Point (27 May to 4 June), Century Square (5 June to 11 June), The Centrepoint (12 June to 18 June) and Northpoint City (19 June to 25 June).
5. Artsy fun at the Goodman Art Centre
Put your creative hats on and hit up Goodman Art Centre for fun and frolic with an arty twist. The good news is there is plenty to look forward to this June school hols. Hop on a fun storytelling sesh inspired by home-grown stories at Monstrous Fun! with plenty of activities the kids will love. Or, celebrate artistic talent with the brood at Goodman Art Centre’s open house. Look forward to workshops, a pop-up market, performances, open studios, and much more.
When: 16-17 June 2023: Monstrous Fun! @ The Arts House, 24 June 2023: Goodman Open House @ Goodman Arts Centre
Where: The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Ln, Singapore 179429
6. Aqua Adventure at HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir
It’s been pretty hot lately, and if you’re looking for a good cool off this June hols, we know just the place (opening soon). Hit up the Aqua Adventure at HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir for a splashing good time with the brood. Did we mention it is Singapore’s first integrated all-weather water adventure with three storeys? Psst, it also features Singapore’s longest indoor waterslide at 114 m for the double rider slide and an indoor net obstacle arena. Plenty to keep the kiddos entertained! Note that the minimum height requirement for kids to enter is 1.25m.
7. Hasbro Gaming rolls into Changi Airport
Looking to amp up that gaming spirit this school hols? Terminal 3 at Changi Airport ought to be on your radar for a game-tastic time like never before. The terminal will transform into a wonderland of fun for the fam with larger-than-life games, a whimsical playground, photo spots, and Changi-exclusive premiums. Yay! Experience timeless games like MONOPOLY, Connect 4, Hungry Hungry Hippos, Twister, and more that the fam will love!
When: 26 May to 16 July 2023
Where: Changi Airport Terminal 3
8. Train to be a Junior Ocean Detective at S.E.A. Aquarium
Keep the kids learning in a fun way this school holiday by enlisting them as Trainee Detectives at S.E.A. Aquarium. Designed for kids ages seven to 12, the aquarium’s Junior Ocean Detective experience will bring them on an investigative trail to uncover the mysteries of the deep. Equipped with their own detective case file, your child will learn all about the relationship between marine animals and the importance of maintaining a balanced marine ecosystem. What’s more, they’ll even get a chance to be behind the scenes to meet an actual aquarist! The Junior Ocean Detective experience will run daily during the September school holidays: 2-10 September 2023.
9. Visit the Peranakan Museum
Looking to introduce the kiddos to Singapore heritage and Peranakan history? The Peranakan Museum is the best place to begin, with three-floor levels of heritage and history to unravel. The museum has 800 objects showcased over nine galleries for you and the fam to explore. If you think history is something the kiddos might yawn at, think again! The museum has especially kept our tiny folk in mind with kid-friendly descriptions of the objects. Look out for ‘anak anak’ labels (meaning children in Baba Malay) for the kiddos to read. There’s a little kids’ corner to keep little hands and minds busy with lots of fun activities in store. Want to know more about what the Peranakan Museum has to offer? We got a sneak peek into the museum. Here’s what you can expect.
10. Manga Library in Singapore
Hop over to City Square Mall with the brood to discover a self-service Grab-n-Go library. Very cool! National Library Board’s very first Manga Library in Singapore. Think of a colourful and vast collection of 5,000 manga books to borrow from and creative digital manga on e-Reads screens to browse. Plus, there is an exhibition space if the fam would like to check out the Singapore comics scene. While you are there, acquaint yourself with Mr Kiasu robot concierge – A smart bot programmed with an AI-generated voice. This very helpful bot will recommend books and provide basic instructions on using Grab-n-Go, among other services.
11. Van Gogh – An Immersive Experience at Sentosa
Introduce the littlies to the fantastical world of art at the Van Gogh – An immersive Experience at Sentosa. Set across 1000 sqm floor space, the digital art immersive showcases two story projections of the Dutch artist’s most compelling works. And with over 300 vibrant sketches and paintings to feast your eyes on, we reckon the fam will be beyond spellbound. Don’t be surprised to find our tiny Van Goghs churning masterpieces on their return home. We suggest stocking up on all the necessary stationary beforehand.
When: Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays: 11am-8pm; Fridays & Saturdays: 10am-9pm; Sundays: 10am-7pm
Where: Resorts World Sentosa, B1 Forum 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
12. Children’s Museum Singapore
A kids’ museum in Singapore? Yep, you heard right! Singapore’s first-ever children’s museum, designed to be a “starter museum”, has heaps of surprises in store for the kiddos. We are talking about interactive installations and experiences that spark imagination and curiosity in kids of all ages. Yay! The museum has multimedia exhibits, artefacts and more to cultivate an appreciation for museums and lifelong learning for our little guests and fam. With scores of activities for the littlies to engage with, we reckon going through the school hols will be a breeze.
Calling all tweeny-teeny-boppers! Step into the ArtScience museum for a unique immersive exhibition showcasing- well, you guessed right- sneakers! The launch of ‘Sneakertopia: Step into Street Culture‘ makes its first steps into Asia with 100 limited-edition sneakers from some of the most iconic brands in the industry. Plus, expect to find 50 murals, installations, designs and displays related to entertainment, sports, film, art, and other genres on display. Pretty cool! You and the brood can also experience American street and pop culture through these displays.
When: Until 30 July 2023
Where: ArtScience Museum, Tickets are available for purchase at all Marina Bay Sands box offices and website
14. Discover Pandora here on Earth at Gardens by the Bay (extended till 30 June 2023)
No, we’re not referring to the jewellery brand… If you enjoyed the movie Avatar, this otherworldly experience is one that you should look forward to. Avatar: The Experience sees the Cloud Forest at GBTB being transformed into the alien world of Pandora. Go on an adventurous journey through five zones, where guests can connect with bioluminescent environments, mystical creatures, flora, and more. This is THE interactive spectacle that you’d want to be a part of!
15. Future World: Where Art Meets Science
Kit out the fam and hit the Art Science museum to check out Future World: Where Art Meets Science. There are tons of digital-interactive installations that the kiddos will want to try their hand at (over and over again). Visitors can expect to explore two sections in the exhibition, including City in A Garden and Exploring New Frontiers.
16. Sign the kids up for a holiday camp!
This school holiday, sign the kiddos up for a fun-filled online holiday camp to keep the littlies well entertained at home. If you prefer to get your restless tinies out of the house, there are plenty of in-person camps taking place as well. From coding to arty camps, there are tons to explore! Check out our school holiday camps guide for the full lowdown on all the options out there for the kids, and book early for cheeky discounts!
17. Gardens by the Bay
The queen of flowers is making its comeback at the Flower Dome, and this time round it’s hopping over the pond to Italy for some inspiration. Hit up the dome in your Instagrammable best to strike a pose with the most stunning backdrop yet. Inspired by this floral fare? How about trying your hand at creating roses at the Get Crafty! – Forever Rose Ring workshop? Besides the blooming fiesta, Gardens by the Bay has other fun-filled activities that the littlies will love, like the Children’s Festival: Nature’s Imaginarium. Kids can learn about the biodiversity in nature in a colourful and supersized way. Plus, hop onboard a giant caterpillar train for a guided educational tour.
When: Rose Romance, Flower Dome, 2 June 2023 to 16 July 2023, 9 am to 9 pm
Where: Gardens by the Bay
18. Have breakfast with the zoo animals
Indulge in a hearty meal of local and international delights while sitting through a 30-minute presentation featuring orangutans, macaws, tamandua, coatimundis, and reptiles. There’s a free-and-easy interaction area where you can meet the animals and their care team, as well as photo points to capture those memories as keepsakes. Breakfast in the Wild is available from 9 to 10.30am on weekends and public holidays.
19. Try out these super fun (and free) activities!
Here’s something special for all you sports fans – Decathlon has put together an exciting line-up of sports activities where kids can explore their sports interests and learn about team dynamics and IQ through sports. Psst, there’s also something in store for the whole fam! Work up that sweat with a fun fam cardio training sesh.
20. Sign up for a culinary boot camp
Looking to introduce basic culinary skills to the kids this school holidays? Sign up for an array of parent-child cooking classes at Palette Sensations Culinary School, where you and your kiddo can learn to cook and bake! These classes are suitable for kiddos of all ages (parental supervision is needed for kids under 7 years of age), and no experience is required! Yay!
21. Unleash your best moves at the NERF Action Xperience
If the heat is scuppering your outdoor plans, get up, get moving, gather a group and head over to Marina Square for hours of NERF fun! Conquer obstacle courses, challenge yourself on accuracy, and compete against your friends. You can also fill a NERF gun with paint and spray your own t-shirt to create your own unique designs! Psst… Check out the ‘all-in’ ticket for maximum value, and there are special discounts on NERF guns to purchase in their store! Here’s how to book tickets.
22. Visit Legoland Malaysia
24. Ride ponies at Gallop Stables
If you’re looking to escape the high-rise city life of Singapore this school holiday, head out to Gallop Stables. Located at both Turf City and Pasir Ris, you can let the kids take a pony ride, as well as opt for a feeding session with the horses!
25. Visit a fire station!
If your little ones love to dress up as firefighters, they are going to love visiting a local fire station to see a real life fire truck! Plus, fire stations are open to the public on Saturday mornings, so little ones can meet their heroes. Visitors can go on guided tours to meet firefighters and paramedics, and learn how the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) responds to emergencies. Check the SCDF website for more details.
26. Get creative in this mixed-media space
Studio An has an extensive supply of art materials, mediums and equipment for art experimentation and freedom of expression. We love the sound of the Dirty Debbie Art Buffet where you can try a bit of everything – it’s mixed medium so you can choose from painting, sketching, drawing, silk screen printing, calligraphy, wood or linocut printing. It’s an awesome opportunity to bring out your inner artist and try things you’ve never had the chance to do before! Create alone or collaborate with others, the choice is entirely up to you. This is an open-minded community with artists of all experience levels and from all walks of life. Finally, art can be accessible and affordable for everyone.
27. Light up the nights at a dazzling light show
Treat yourself and the whole family to Wings of Time, a fun nighttime experience. Be mesmerised by a multi-sensory water display, laser show, fireworks and music as you soar through space and time in a magical adventure! You should also check out Spectra, which is happening again at Marina Bay, and don’t forget our firm favourite Garden Rhapsody – the whole family will love the music and lights shining amidst the Supertrees.
28. Swing, spin, splash – get some friends together and have an arty party!
Art jamming is a trend we’re loving, as not only does it get the kid’s creative juices going, but they can bring home something to keep as well! The whole family can enjoy these art sessions. Choose from decorating your own tote bags or canvas prints, swing and splash sessions, or glow-in-the-dark neon paints! Check out Splat Paint House if you fancy spraying the walls with nerf guns, Arty Party for swing, spin, and splash sessions, or if creating a canvas rivalling Picasso is more your style, have a look at Art Jamming classes. The HoneyKids team tried out Spin Paint House recently, and here’s our review of it!
29. Check out the Changi Experience Studio!
Even if you’re not travelling anytime soon, you still need to head to the airport to check out the Changi Experience Studio. Made up of ten interactive zones – you can learn all things Changi, as well as get the chance to go behind the scenes and take part in simulations of airport activities. Are you ready to take off? This school hols, Changi Experience Studio has fun-filled camping experiences brewing that the fam will love. We got to try it out, and the kiddos had a blast! Click here for the full review.
30. Cool science stuff at Science Centre Singapore
Science Centre Singapore is always a great day out for the kids, and it just got better with the Smart Nation Playscape exhibition. Through its tech zones, you’ll get a glimpse into future technology and its role in developing Singapore. There’s also a cool opt-in personalised experience, where you can collect digital stamps and take a snapshot of your journey and receive a ‘PlayScape Passport’ via email to remember your digital escapade!
And here are even more ideas of things to do this school holidays!
31. Book a playcation at Shangri-La Singapore
This school holiday, level up your family staycation by booking a Playcation at Shangri-La Singapore! The hotel has three unique holiday experiences for families, offering a curated mix of fun and learning activities. Choose from: Fun Family Playcation, which comes with playtime at buds by Shangri-La and Splash; Picnic Family Playcation that includes a family picnic in the hotel’s lush gardens; or Nature Lovers Playcation with Gardens by the Bay that has a digital scavenger hunt at the Gardens for the kiddos. You and your family will be staying at the hotel’s new Garden Wing Deluxe Family Terrace room that comes with direct access to its gardens. And since bub will be spending most of their time having fun at camp, this is a great opportunity for mums and dads to get some much-needed alone time too!
32. Check out an exhibit or two!
You can check out one of the many kid-friendly museums across Singapore in person this school hols! Head on down and be wowed by technology at ArtScience Museum or take in a whole lot of history and art at Asian Civilisations Museum! Our recommendation? Head to the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum and check out the dinosaurs! Psst… we spent a day at the Singapore Art Museum and had loads of fun!
33. Get outdoors and visit a farm!
Who knew that Singapore had such a big selection of farms! Yep, you don’t need to head too far out of the city, and you’ll be in beautiful Kranji and farm country! Choose from Jurong Frog Farm, Hay Dairies, Bee Amazed Garden, or dine on some hearty farm-to-table fare at Bollywood Veggies! Parents, you’d definitely want to check out The Sundowner, a rooftop farm experience located at Siglap…
34. Have a jump at a trampoline park!
Trampolining is a great way to tire out the kids, so if you have over-active littles that need to burn energy fast, then book one of these trampoline parks this hols to wear them out!
35. Unleash your inner speed demon!
Are you an adrenaline junkie? Then get ready to unleash your speed demon at some of these fun places across the island. The Karting Arena race track at Jurong boasts a length of 700 metres, all-new petroleum-powered Birel karts, and racing speeds of up to 50km/h. FYI: Only kids aged nine and above and at least 140 centimetres tall are allowed in. Another option is KF1 Expo, created by the same team in charge of the Singapore Night Race. Else, you can take the kiddos to Mud Krank at Gallop Kranji Farm Resort, where they can drive their own All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) around the circuit for 15 minutes.
36. Try your hand at fishing or prawning!
Have you always wanted to fish your own catch (or pet)? We’ve found a few places where your younglings can try their hand at longkang fishing, a hobby popular with the locals back in the 50s and 60s. Otherwise, head down to D’Best Recreation, the largest saltwater fishing pond in Singapore. While kids attempt to fish or go multiple rounds of prawning, the adults can take a breather at the bars and restaurants within the area.
37. Try sustainable fishing at Bedok Jetty
While we’re on the topic of fishing, how do you know if you’ve caught a rare fish and, inadvertently, disrupted the country’s marine biodiversity? Enter FishX, a series of youth-led workshops where new and seasoned fisherfolk can learn how to fish sustainably and responsibly while contributing to marine conservation science. All fishing equipment will be provided, so all you need to do is turn up!
38. Go on a bike ride (or try water biking!)
There’s no doubt that Singapore is one of the best places to go biking with kids. Whether you’re off to conquer a park connector or just a nearby park, it’s bound to be a whole lot of fun. Looking for something completely different this holiday? How about having a go at water biking? Yes, it’s really a thing! You’ll get a chance to cycle on water, but instead of wheels, the water bike consists of two floats. It’s a safe and easy way to explore the beaches without getting wet or having to balance!
39. Hit the park!
One of our favourite things to do with the kids? Hit the park! From West Coast Park to Pasir Ris Park and all the parks in between, there are so many green spaces to explore with the kids. Check out our ultimate park guide and pick your faves for guaranteed school holiday fun!
40. Beat the heat with an ice cream-making sesh!
The all-famous Singapore heat is hard to beat, but we know just the thing to get the fam cooling off in a flash. Sign up for an ice cream-making sesh at Carrara and get the full scoop on ice cream-making, from scratch! Best part? You will get to take home two flavours of ice cream you make at the workshop and a few easy recipes to try at home. Super cool! If heading out isn’t your thing, how about a fam-friendly nice cream-making session at home? Get your food processors out and try out our round-up of nice cream recipes that are guilt-free and packed with all those nutrients for our growing folks. Here’s to a lickin-good holiday!
41. Have a daycation over in Sentosa!
Sentosa is the place to head if you’re looking to have a fun-filled fam day out. From the dizzy heights of the cable car to get there, to all-out good times at Universal Studios, and then there’s the beach. On second thoughts, maybe you’ll need a week to do it justice. Staycation, anyone?
42. Go island hopping!
What about exploring the islands of Singapore for a change of scenery? Step back in time over to Pulau Ubin and check out the last surviving kampong. Looking for a new beach? Have Lazarus Island on your list. You can hop on a ferry from Sentosa Cove to Lazarus Island, too! Finally, for easy-peasy island exploring (with no ferry needed), walk across to Coney Island via Punggol Promenade Nature Walk!
43. Explore more of Singapore on one of these heritage trails!
We’re always looking for new places in Singapore to explore, and thankfully, the good folks at the National Heritage Board have just the thing up their sleeve – heritage trails! From Chinatown to Haji Lane, learn a new thing or two about Singapore’s history and heritage this weekend!
44. Go on a wildlife hunt in Singapore’s nature reserves
Although Singapore may feel all skyscrapers and concrete at times, we still have plenty of pretty parks and green patches alongside our urban jungle. And with that glorious green comes glorious wildlife! We’re not talking run-of-the-mill shrews and squirrels here: pangolins, otters and crocs; we’re looking at you! So get those wellies on and your binoculars at the ready, for a good spot with the brood!
45. Get creative with these crafting tutorials!
Looking to keep the kids occupied indoors? Then check out a crafting tutorial or two! You don’t need to look far; thankfully, the internet is our friend with a whole host of ideas just waiting to be tried. Head on over to DIY – its instructional videos are easy enough for the kids to follow, and they’re fun, too. Another great option to check out is Creative Bug’s many classes online. Want to impress the older kids? We say opt for a make your own slime or playdough session – a winner for all ages!
46. Grab a hamper and have a picnic!
All kids (and grown-ups, for that matter) love the novelty of a picnic. Grab your fave snacks, sandwiches and the essential picnic blanket and you’re away! If you are heading off to your favourite park, check out our guide of fab picnic accessories to complete the spread.
47. Treat the fam to afternoon tea!
How about a treat for all the fam this school hols? We say book an afternoon tea and indulge in scones, cream and jam. Psst – some even offer fab takeaway options if you fancy the sweet and savoury delights without heading out!
48. Book a staycay!
No travel plans? No problem – just make a holiday of it here in SG! With so many super options available right here in Singapore, you’ll think you made it to Bali after all. Check out our guide to the best family staycays – good luck picking!
49. Get the holiday vibes at the beach!
What better way to fill the hols than hitting the beach? And good news, there are loads of options in sunny Singapore. From the fun-filled and white sands of Sentosa to getting away from it all in Kusu Island. Yep, you might have to omit those tankers from your line of vision, but otherwise, you can sit back and pretend you’re in Thailand! Remember to pack the sunscreen!
50. Explore the Park Connector Network!
It’s not just the parks that you should have on your bucket list this school holiday; you need to check out the Park Connector Network (PCN) too! Covering a distance of over 300km (wow!), the PCN connects some of the best parks in Singapore with one another, so no need to traipse along roads to get between them. They are also perfect for scooting, biking or walking territory in their own right too!
51. Get scooting at one of these spots!
Want some outdoorsy fun? Pack the scooter and head off to one of these fab scooter-approved destinations. It’s perfect for getting the kids active this school hols. From Punggol Waterway Park in the east to Jurong Lakeside Garden in the west, there are fab spots to scoot all over Singapore!
52. Explore a nature reserve
As well as the beautiful parks all over Singapore, there’s also some pretty special nature reserves that are worth a visit in their own right. From getting your nature fix at MacRitchie to seeing the sunset over in Labrador Park Nature Reserve, it’s not called the Garden City for nothing.
53. Go on a temple trail
Give the fam a dose of culture and check out the stunning temples dotted across Singapore. From Buddhist and Taoist temples to amazing Hindu temples, we love how diverse Singapore is for so many reasons, and this is just one!
54. Explore a new ‘hood!
From Chinatown to Joo Chiat, and don’t forget fam fave Holland Village. There’s a heap of neighbourhoods to explore in SG this school holiday. Add a few to your list, and you’ll see a new side of SG in no time!
55. Visit a library
Singapore offers some pretty special libraries that are sure to impress the kids. We love the fancy facilities and great reading nooks at HarbourFront where you can definitely while away the hours and get some new reads! Or, if you want new books to permanently add to your bookshelf, then check out our fave kid-friendly bookstores.
56. Climb new heights this school holiday!
We all know that the kids need to burn energy over the hols, and we think we’ve found the perfect activity – rock climbing! Besides burning tonnes of energy, rock climbing is actually a workout mentally and will teach kids as young as four years to hone their motor skills, flexibility and logical thinking. Win, win!
57. Beat the heat (or rain!) at an indoor playground
If the heat is getting to you, or you’re hit with an almighty Singapore downpour – then head straight to indoor play (now sorted by location!). From hanging out with Pororo and friends at Pororo Park to trying out every sport under the sun (but without the rays) at SuperPark, there’s something for all ages! Psst – got littlies? Don’t let the toddlers miss out, check out this list of dedicated play spots for bubs!
58. Have a movie marathon at home!
If you need to pass the time at home, then how about a movie marathon? Vote on a fave film, grab the popcorn and indulge in a film fest with the family. Here are our favourite films if you can’t pick!
59. Pick a new board game
If you’ve overdone the screen time, then how about taking it back to old-school fun with a board game? Yes, there will be arguments, but it’s all a bit of fun, right?! From classics like Risk to new faves Like Sushi! Go! There’s a board game for everyone!
60. Knock down some pins and go bowling
A bit of friendly competition and a snazzy pair of shoes is sure to liven up the hols, and there are some amazing kid-friendly bowling alleys in Singapore to put your bowling to the test!
61. Go on holiday!
The difficult part of planning a holiday is deciding which location to pick – with tons of city breaks and beach options on offer! Will it be exploring the sights in Seoul or checking out a beach in Thailand? If you are looking for a mini break, check out our guide to Vietnam or a dreamy getaway to Nikoi Island with everything you need to know about how to keep the brood entertained. Get packing people… you’ve got a plane/boat to catch!
62. Be a kidult again at Timezone Jurong Point
Have you a restless kiddo (or a bunch of them) and have no clue how to keep them engaged? We know just the spot that will keep your littlies well entertained (and where they can be out of your hair for a bit too). Timezone at Jurong Point is a 17,000 sq ft floor space filled with virtual reality arenas, plush toy machines and a drift bumper car track. Best part? All of this fun is packed under one roof! Yay! So head over to the West and take your pick from the 160 gaming options at Timezone for a fun-filled fam day out.
63. Can’t get enough dinosaurs? Here’s where to hunt for dinos across Singapore
There are loads of fun dino-themed activities, exhibitions and events happening across Singapore this school holidays! Check out Dino-Quest at Suntec City to learn all about the history of Australian dinosaurs. You also can’t go wrong with a visit to Universal Studios Lost World for some of the best dino rides in Singapore.
64. Head to the theatre with these new shows and live performances
We’re big fans of live performances over here, and we are so excited that we can once again take the kids to see musicals and theatre shows this school holidays. We’ll be lining up what’s on at the theatre and reviewing various live performances taking place across Singapore, so keep checking this page to see when new shows are added!
65. And don’t forget this bucket list of attractions!
Still need more ideas this school holiday? We’ve put together the ultimate bucket list of fam-fave SG attractions that you can work your way through! After outdoor ideas in particular? We’ve got a separate guide for that, with a whopping 100 ideas. Indoors? That’s covered too. You’re welcome!
Looking for more ways to keep the kids busy this school holiday in Singapore? Check out our ideas for what to do this weekend!