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10 Awesome Things To Do In Singapore With Kids For The Rest Of June Holidays

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Nia Sarah  •  Jun 11, 2021

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Your kids may not have been able to travel during this June holidays but who says it still can't be fun? While we were unfortunately staying at home for most of the month due to the Covid-19 regulations, you might have looked for things to do with kids at home. But it's time to switch it up and get some air! Now that restrictions have eased in Singapore and we can go out in groups of five from 14 June 2021, there are plenty of places to explore with our family, and still give your little ones a holiday to remember 😉 Here are 10 things to do in Singapore with kids for an awesome June holiday! Note: Do keep a lookout on each attraction's website for new opening hours in Phase 3 (Heightened Alert). 

1. Skyline Luge

Credit: Skyline Luge Sentosa on FacebookA visit to the Skyline Luge Sentosa is a thrilling activity for all ages - perfect for a family activity! The best part of the Luge is that it’s a gravity ride – meaning it’s the rider who gets to control how fast they descend 😉 There are even more savings if you choose morerides! And trust us, you can never get enough of it, so an extra round is always an awesome idea. Do note that bookings must be made during this period.Price: from $25 Website | Facebook | Instagram

2. Wild Wild Wet

No chance to go on a beach vacay this year? No problem! You can still have some fun at Wild Wild Wet at Downtown East, Singapore's water theme park that's still a huge local favourite. With plenty of slides and rides at the park, this is surely a fun way to cool down on a hot day! Price: $18-24 Website | Facebook | Instagram

3. Universal Studios Singapore

With thrilling rides like the Battlestar Galactica, Revenge of the Mummy, Transformers and more, Universal Studios Singapore (USS) is a must-visit with kids! What's even better is that they've got a One-Day ticket for all Singapore residents which includes a free treats for only $43 from now till 27 June 2021! (Usual price is $80). Not to mention that you'll get early entry too, so it's definitely worth it. Check out their website below for more information. Price: $43 Website | Facebook | Instagram

4. The Rink

Even without awinter trip overseas, you can still feel like you're experiencing 'winter season' here. Rent a pair of skates and spend your time ice skating (or falling 😂) with the family! The Rink at JCube is perfect for your family day out! There are also various aids for rent to help your kids skate like Penguin Aid, Seal Aid and Snowman Aid.Price: from $12 Website | Facebook | Instagram

5. Mega Adventure

If your family is made up of thrill-seekers or you're challenging your kids to conquer their fear of heights, head over to the Mega Adventure! The Megazip is where you can zipline your way down from the peak of Imbiah Hill to the man-made island off Siloso Beach! Whether you choose to do it alone or in tandem with your kids, you will never forget the adrenaline rush! Besides zipline, there are other interesting activities too like Megaclimb and Megabounce for you to test your limits. Price: from $55 Website | Facebook | Instagram

6. Snow City Singapore

You might not be able to travel now but who says you can't have some fun in the snow? Here's your chance to meet a snowman, experience playing in anigloo or try the Arctic snow slide 🤗 From 14 June 2021, they're opening up their capacity to 100 pax per hourly session and will be resuming their indoor battle activity 😄 Definitely a place you'd want to visit with your family!Price: from $17 Website | Facebook | Instagram

7. Airzone, world's first suspended indoor playground

Credit: Airzone Airzone is one playground that's perfect for the young and the young at heart! It's the world's first suspended indoor playground located at City Square Mall! Have fun with your kids as you walk through the various elevated themed zones and participate in unique games. From Giant Inflatable Soccer to a 3D maze and an exhilarating slide and more, you'll definitely have loads of fun over here. And you'll get to enjoy all these while you're suspended between 2 to 5 storeys high! Price: from $25 Website | Facebook Instagram

8. Gardens by the Bay

A visit to Gardens by the Bay is always nice for the whole family! They're currently featuring exhibitions like Dale Chihuly: Glass In Bloom and Once Upon A Time On The Orient Express, where you get to experience first hand the intricate details of theOrient Express train carriage. It even comes along with a Kid's Adventure Booklet for an interactive experience for your kids. With their attractions like World of Plants, The Canyon and Heritage Gardens, there's a series of mini-gardens to explore as they're displayed in various corners of the Flower Dome.Check out our family-friendly tips to Gardens by the Bay here! Price: From $25 Website | Facebook | Instagram

9. Go hiking (or cycling) at Singapore's nature trails

Take this time to get some fresh air with your kids! Singapore may not have any mountains but there are still a handful of hills you can trek and many other hiking and walking trails. With the Coast-to-Coast Park Connector system, you can even make your way across the island if you're really thinking of testing yourself!😁 From the scenic Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, MacRitchie Treetop Walk and Southern Ridges Walk to the rustic vibes of Coney Island and Pulau Ubin, there's something for everyone. We've rounded up 18 hiking and walking trails in Singapore (with halal food nearby!) so you can sweat it out then treat yourself to scrumptious food after 😊For family-friendly hikes, check out easy walking trailsthat youcan do with kids!

10. Go on a family picnic

Still can't dine in for another week? Don't worry, you can always go on a nice family picnic! Now that we can go out in groups of five people, there's no better way to spend quality time with your loved ones than by laying down a picnic mat, some food and just chatting or playing games. All these while basking in the greenery that our garden city has to offer. Check out these 16 picnic spots in Singapore you'd love! With that, we hope that you can still have a fun time with your kids for the rest of the holidays with these activities and attractions to visit in Phase 3 (Heightened Alert). Kids can be unpredictable, and who knows, it may even turn out to be one they'll remember for years to come 😄