The September term break may only be one week long but it is chockfull of activities and events. In fact, there are so many exciting things to do during the September school holidays 2019 that it can get overwhelming. Therefore, we’ve put together a shortlist of family-friendly things to do over the September school holidays 2019 in Singapore.
Discover arty exhibitions, uncover the wonders of tech in a kid-sized City, or simply soak in the festive atmosphere of the Mid-Autumn Festival in Singapore. We’ve put together our picks of the best that the September school holidays 2019 in Singapore has to offer.
Family-friendly Things to Do During the September School Holidays 2019
1. September Holiday Programmes at Gallery Children’s Biennale
Have you visited Gallery Children’s Biennale at National Gallery Singapore yet? If not, what are you waiting for? The sophomore edition of the Biennale features 11 imaginative art installations carefully curated to introduce children to a world of wonder through art.
For the September school holidays, a series of special activities and programmes have been planned at Gallery Children’s Biennale 2019. This is also your last chance to enjoy the crowd favourites, Big Hug and Kenangan Kunang-kunang (Memories of Fireflies) before they close on 15 September.
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Sign up for a recycling workshop with the illustrator of Karung Guni Boy (7, 8 Sep), create a diorama based on Liu Kang’s “Life by the River” (14 Sep) or go on an auditory Super Sonic Walk (7, 8, 14, 15 Sep). Hurry, register for these programmes and others taking place at the Biennale during the September school holidays now!
Find out more about what is in store at Gallery Children’s Biennale 2019 here.
2. KidZania Singapore’s KidZ & Innovation Holiday Programme
Enjoy role-playing fun and technology-related activities at KidZania Singapore during the September school holidays.
Learn how to become a YouTube video creator, take control of a drone or pick up basic coding skills at KidZania Singapore’s KidZ & Innovation school holiday programme. Young makers can get creative with 3D pens or put together an electrical circuit using dough. There is even a special tech quest with bonus KidZos to be earned.
From 1 to 15 September 2019, use a special promo code KZSG15 to enjoy a discount on usual-priced Adult and Kid Tickets. Receive a free gift with every transaction, while stocks last!
Get more details here.
3. Moonfest – A Mid-Autumn Celebration
Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay celebrates the Chinese Arts with Moonfest – A Mid-Autumn Celebration. Lined up are performances and workshops that will expose your child to the music, drama and even Chinese opera! Find out more about what is in store.
4. My Family Fiesta @ SAFRA Punggol
Take the family out for a day of fun at SAFRA Punggol on Sunday, 8 September 2019. There will be carnival activities, food and even a baby race. Come out and support kid entrepreneurs who will be selling their wares or browse through a bazaar. It is also a great opportunity to check out SAFRA Punggol’s many different enrichment centres too. Get more information here.
5. Sentosa Sandsation 2019
Sentosa Sandsation strikes back with the Star Wars edition. For those looking for things to do during the September school holidays 2019, get ready to blasted away by magnificent sculptures. What’s more, entry to Sentosa is free for Singapore residents during the September school holiday 2019 period. Find out more here.
6. Gardens by the Bay Mid-Autumn Festival 2019
Soak in the charms of the lanterns at Gardens by the Bay’s Mid-Autumn Festival Celebrations. Wander around the grounds and enjoy the festive atmosphere along with performances and stalls. Find out more here.
7. I-Opener at Playeum, Children’s Centre for Creativity
Experience themed, hands-on activities at Playeum’s I-Opener exhibition.
The Children’s Centre for Creativity’s latest exhibition features aesthetic and sensory play-worlds inspired by the artistic designs and creations of four artists with a disability, Dr Dawn-joy Leong, Cavan Chang, Sol Pickens and Jo Devadason.
Children are invited to explore their senses through open-ended play and the arts in different spaces, including The Maker Space where they are free to express themselves through the materials found there. Find out more here.
8. Little Day Outing – Adventure Quest at Fort Canning Park
Discover the secrets of one of Singapore’s oldest inhabited spots. Spend a little day out on a self-guided quest, unscramble the correct answer and you could stand to win tickets to KidZania Singapore! Find out more here.