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12 Family-Friendly Things To Do During The June Holidays If You’re Not Going To Zao Overseas

Family-friendly things to do in June 2024

And before we know it, almost half of 2024 is behind us, and we’re already daydreaming about that grand year-end overseas vacation. Before we jet off for those dreamy winter destinations in December, we’ve got to fill out our itineraries for the month-long June holidays.

If you’ve resolved to stay in sunny Singapore for the mid-year break, then consider setting aside some time for these family-friendly things to do in June 2024. From pop-ups featuring the lil’ uns favourite characters to the long-awaited reopening of KidZania, the children are bound to have a blast.

– Events – 

1. Marina Square School Holidays Fiesta

29th May-23rd June 2024

When parents are looking for a spot to burn off their boisterous child’s liveliness, Marina Square is the place to be. They’ve got Kiztopia Marina Square that’s essentially an oversized, 18.000 sqft indoor playground, as well as the adorable Pororo Park under 1 roof.

Jumptopia Lite
What the previous Jumptopia Lite looked like during their March Holidays installation at Singpost Centre earlier this year.
Image credit: @kiztopiasg via Instagram 

This June, the mall will be welcoming yet another kid-centric haunt as part of their School Holidays Fiesta. Kiztopia will be setting up a Jumptopia Lite (from $12/30 mins) inflatable playground at the Central Atrium from 29th May to 17th June 2024, complete with slides to whiz on and bubble-like beach balls.

If that’s not enough for your child’s boundless energy, there’ll be yet another inflatable playground in the form of the Candy PlayLand at the Marina Foyer from 18th-23rd June 2024. This one’s free to enter; visitors will just have to download the Marina Square app on the App Store or Google Play and register for a membership for 10 minutes of playtime.

Marina Square School Holidays Fiesta
Admission Fee
Jumptopia Lite: From $12/30 mins | Candy PlayLand: Free
6 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039594

2. Gardens by the Bay Children’s Festival 2024

25th May-22nd June 2024

To coincide with the theatrical release of Disney and Pixar’s Inside Out 2, the quirky characters from the film have made the iconic Supertree Grove their temporary home. As part of the Gardens by the Bay Children’s Festival 2024, the venue will feature 6 free interactive stations, each modelled after the various emotions portrayed in the movie.

Gardens by the Bay Children's Festival 2024Image adapted from: Gardens by the Bay

Stop by the Kaleidoscopes of Memories station to create your very own Memory Orb, just like the ones seen on the big screen. Also, have a go at the swings at the aptly named Mood Swings, or build your own cosy pillow fort at Fort Pillowtown.

Then, wrap your day up with free outdoor movie screenings happening on 25th-26th May and 1st-2nd June 2024; the reel includes fan favourites like Finding Dory and Incredibles 2.

Gardens by the Bay Children’s Festival 2024
Admission Fee
18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953

3. Cold Storage Kids Run 2024

2nd June 2024

For your little one who is extra active, get them to slap on a pair of running shoes for the Cold Storage Kids Run 2024. This year, the annual kids run is happening over at Sentosa, on Palawan Beach, and there’ll be 2 categories to sign up to cater to kids of varying ages.

Cold Storage Kids Run
Image credit: Cold Storage X Giant Kids Run via Facebook

Children aged 7-9 will compete in a 1.6km run, while those aged 10-12 will race on a 2km route, and the top 3 runners in each category will win hampers worth up to $400. But, everyone’s a winner, as all participants will walk away with freebies like an exclusive event t-shirt, medal, cap, and goodie bag, as well as free entry into Sentosa for the day.

Concurrently, there’ll also be a brand new pet-friendly run called the Woof-berry run, where pet owners can run alongside their furry friends. Do spend some time at the on-site carnival too; shoot some hoops at the basketball arcade, go bananas in the bouncy castle, or show off your creativity at tote bag colouring workshops.

Cold Storage Kids Run 2024 Event Ended
Admission Fee
From $50/child for competitive for competitive runs | From $60/adult+child pair for non-competitive runs
Palawan Beach, Singapore

4. Dinosaur Adventure Park 2.0

Now till 30th June 2024

Dinosaur Adventure Park 2.0 - june holidays 2024
Image credit: @kittykatty16 via Instagram

Of course, this one’s located at Marina Square too; you can’t give the Dinosaur Adventure Park 2.0 (from $31/pax) a miss if the kiddo is infatuated with prehistoric creatures. It’s a dinosaur-themed indoor playground fronted by huge animatronics of recognisable dinos like the long-necked Brontosaurus.

Dinosaur Adventure Park Scooter Trail And Ball Pit - june holidays 2024Ride past towering dinosaurs on a scooter, or take a break to dive into a ball pit.
Image adapted from: Biz Trends Media

Apart from getting up close to these life-like replicas, children can saddle up and take a ride on Triceratops, while those who like to get their hands dirty can dig for fossils in a sand pit. Snap a pic in between the jaws of a T-Rex, or go for a round of thrills at the Mini Dinosaur Viking and the Spinning Dinosaur Eggs.

Dinosaur Adventure Park 2.0
Admission Fee
From $31/pax
6 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039594

5. Jewel Blooms: What A Feelin5

24th May-11th August 2024

Jewel Blooms What A Feelin5 - june holidays 2024Image credit: Jewel Changi Airport

It’s no secret that there are a slew of kid-friendly things to do at Changi Airport and Jewel Changi, and the upcoming Jewel Blooms: What A Feelin5 is one of them. Visitors to Jewel Changi can expect to feast their eyes on over 1,500 florals on display in the Canopy Park.

Besides being easy on the eyes, the event is also hosting a marketplace where you can buy plants, flowers, and handicrafts like cute crochet flowers. Kids can also participate in a floral decoration competition ($30), where they’ll have an hour to design a floral artwork with a surprise selection of fresh flowers and leaves.

Enchanted Night at the Airport - june holidays 2024
Image credit: Changi Airport Group

If mum and dad would like to get their green fingers involved too, then sign up for their Enchanted Night at the Airport (from $98) overnight camp. The whole fam will get to experience a whimsical sleepover at Changi Airport, while learning more about nature through activities like a floral resin workshop and the Be an Airport Horticulturist Family Quest.

Jewel Blooms: What A Feelin5
Admission Fee
Jewel Changi

6. Hop on to the Tayo Station bus ride

24th May-23rd June 2024

Tayo StationYou can also bundle your bus ride with a ticket for unlimited playtime at Tayo Park for an extra $8.
Image credit: Tayo Station

If you and your child are already regulars at Tayo Station, they’re giving you a new reason for a repeat visit this June holiday with their Hop on to Tayo Station bus ride ($15). From 24th May to23rd June 2024, they’ll be arranging for a chartered bus service to bring you and your kid from Tampines MRT Exit B to Downtown East.

Tayo Station Bus Ride - june holidays 2024
You can also catch a ride the opposite way, from Downtown East to Tampines MRT station if you’d like.
Image credit: Tayo Station via Facebook

This ain’t your regular coach though; the vehicle’s paint job resembles that of Tayo Station’s mascot, Tayo the Little Bus. Besides ferrying you to Downtown East where Tayo Station is housed, the bus ride also comes with a complimentary lanyard for the children, plus they’ll get to bump shoulders with Hana and Rookie from the cartoon series.

Hop on to Tayo Station bus ride
Admission Fee
From $15
1 Pasir Ris Cl, Level 3 E!Hub, Singapore 519599

7. SuperJune at SuperPark

24th May-23rd June 2024

Trampolines At SuperPark

In case you’re not familiar with SuperPark Singapore, they’re a huge indoor activity park situated in Suntec City that’s packed with 20 adrenaline-pumping stations for all ages to enjoy. It’s a hit with the kids, as you can see hordes of them jumping on trampolines and whizzing down the tube slides on any given weekend.

Snack Attack Pop-Up At SuperPark
Image credit: @snackattack_sg via Instagram

Well, get ready to gear up for a SuperJune at Super Park, as they’re prepping for a Minecraft-themed overhaul of the place once June hits. The details are still up in the air, but we’ve got word that SuperPark will be setting up a Minecraft airbrush tattoo station, as well as a football tournament with prizes such as PRIME drinks, Takis chips, and Mr Beast chocolate bars on the line.

SuperJune at SuperPark
Admission Fee
From $22.90/pax
3 Temasek Blvd, #02-477, Singapore 038983

8. Zoolympix at Singapore Zoo & River Wonders

25th May-25th August 2024

Budding wildlife enthusiasts will get a pleasant surprise when they swing by the Singapore Zoo and River Wonders this June. The folks over at the Mandai Wildlife Reserve are hosting the Zoolympix, a sports-themed celebration complemented by the wild wonders of nature.

Stationary Bike Station At Zoolympix - june holidays 2024There’s also a station where you hoist crates of varying weights using ropes; akin to how an elephant uses its strong trunk to lift heavy objects.
Image credit: Mandai Wildlife Group

From 25th May to 25th August 2024, there’ll be a bunch of interactive stations peppered around the Singapore Zoo and River Wonders to test your mettle. These include a stationary bike station, where you pedal as quickly as you can to see if you can output more energy than an electric eel.

Redeemable Pins At Zoolympix - june holidays 2024 Image credit: Mandai Wildlife Group

Your efforts won’t go unnoticed, as you can redeem exclusive medal-like pins over at the nearby Champions Village. Strike a triumphant pose at the podium photo spot, and get hands-on with torch-crafting and pouch-making workshops. Also, don’t forget to say hi to the penguins, fennec foxes, and snakes making an appearance at the Champions Village.

Zoolympix at Singapore Zoo & River Wonders
Admission Fee
$44/child | $59/adult
80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826

9. Marine Marvels – Guardian of the Sea Species At Wild Wild Wet

24th May-28th July 2024

We don’t blame you for wanting a respite from Singapore’s scorching weather, so head down to the tried-and-tested Wild Wild Wet. To further entice you to visit in the coming month, the water theme park will be hosting their Marine Marvels – Guardian of the Sea Species.

Wild Wild Wet
Image credit: Tiquets

You’ll want to make a beeline for their Wave Wonder Zone, which comprises of a massive inflatable obstacle course, the longest of its kind in Singapore. Wade through its coral reef-inspired sections; you’ll have to conquer symbolic obstacles of plastic pollution and overfishing.

Keeping with the overarching theme of conservation, there’s also a host of interactive activities that teach kids the importance of preserving our marine life. Look out for the digital panels on pollution awareness and storytelling sessions on endangered animal species; plus you even get to hand feed a school of vibrant koi fish with milk bottles.

Marine Marvels – Guardian of the Sea Species At Wild Wild Wet
Admission Fee
From $21/child | From $29/adult
1 Pasir Ris Cl, Singapore 519599

10. Despicable Me 4 Mega Mission at Suntec City

23rd May-14th July 2024

Suntec City Exterior
Another pop-up inspired by an upcoming movie, the endearing minions from the Despicable Me movies will be invading Suntec City for the holidays. The Despicable Me 4: Mega Mission installation will see the minions taking over Suntec City’s Tower 1 and 2 Atrium from 23rd May to 14th July 2024.

Sign up for a Suntec City membership via their Suntec + app available on the App Store and Google Play for free, and enrol your lil’ troublemakers into the Anti-Villain League Academy – that’s codeword for a giant playspace to run riot in.

Anti-Villain League Academy
A rough idea of how the Anti-Villain League Academy will look like.
Image credit: Suntec City

We’ve caught wind of a timed obstacle course, decoding hidden messages, and the kids will even get to fiddle with the iconic Fart Gun from the movies. Those who’ve smashed all the challenges will also get a Anti-Villain League Academy badge, along with a set of Despicable Me stickers to show your love for the yellow buggers.

Despicable Me 4 Mega Mission at Suntec City
Admission Fee
3 Temasek Blvd, Singapore 038983

– New attractions & activities –

11. Houbii Spot

Not-so-high elements obstacle course for kids

Houbii Spot
Image credit: Houbii Spot

The kids will be able to unleash their inner Tarzan at the newly-revamped Houbii Spot (from $20). Located just a short 4-minute walk from KidzWorld in the Singapore Zoo, kids of all ages can scale obstacle courses suspended in the air.

After donning their safety harnesses, they can tackle tyre bridges, wobbly swings, and cargo nets and spend an entire afternoon monkeying about. Don’t worry, if your kid ever needs a helping hand, there’ll be friendly staff on-site to help them out. Do note that you’ll need to have a zoo ticket to access Houbii Spot.

Houbii Spot Singapore
Google Reviews
80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826
Opening Hours:
Saturday 10:00 AM - 05:15 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

12. KidZania Singapore

Roleplay as various occupations such as pilots & firefighters

KidZania Entrance - june holidays 2024Image credit: KidZania Singapore via Facebook

For those little ones who didn’t get to experience the wonder of KidZania (from $58/pax) before it closed down back in 2020, well they’re in luck. The sprawling indoor theme park reopened earlier this month, and its replica town is back once again to show children the wonders of work.

KidZania Roleplay - june holidays 2024Image adapted from: @rivan_roj & @caballe.tsar via Instagram

Children will get to don many hats, literally, as they go about roleplaying as real-world jobs to act as pilots, firefighters, bankers, surgeons, and even Shopee couriers for the day. This one’s proving to be a real hotspot for families.

The last we checked, they’re fully booked for the rest of May, so you’ll want to snag your spot ASAP on the KidZania website for June.

KidZania Singapore
Google Reviews
31 Bch Vw Rd, #01-01/02 Sentosa Island, Singapore 098008
Opening Hours:
Saturday 10:00 AM - 06:00 PM Show More Timings

Bookmark these kid-friendly things to do in June 2024

While school’s out, take this chance to rest and prepare for the latter half of 2024. Who knows, perhaps you’ll find these kid-friendly things to do in June to be equally as rejuvenating for yourself as you kick back and watch the rowdy little ones do their thing.

Should you be planning a last minute trip overseas, Malaysia’s the most logical and feasible destination, so have a look at these things to do in Desaru. If you just have to head to the EU for a grecian vacation, consider these Santorini dupes near Singapore instead. Else, we’ve heard Penyabong’s a great choice for some peace and quiet.

Cover image adapted from: @kittykatty16 & @houbiispotsg via Instagram, Gardens by the Bay