It’s the Father’s Day weekend in Singapore. Perhaps you are planning to head out to celebrate or maybe you are just looking to spend some family time on the second last weekend of the June school holidays. Here are some ideas of thing to do this weekend in Singapore, 18 & 19 June 2022.
What to do this Weekend in Singapore, 18 & 19 June 2022
i Light Singapore 2022
Head out for a walk in the evening for a walk around Marina Bay and take in the sights of glowing light installations around the Bay. Be enchanted by Firefly Field at the Promontory or bask in atmospheric glow of Underworld at Esplanade Park. Get more details here.
An Escape Through Time
Have you visited the Off/On exhibition at National Museum yet? To experience it in a different way, sign up for an in-gallery escape room game at the exhibition. This experience kicks off this Friday, 17 June. Get more details here.
Puzzle-Guided Tours with Island Wanderer
Carrying on with the “escape” theme, Island Wanderer has 15 escape trails that you can choose from around the island. Each trail has eight stops and challenges that’ll make you think out of the box. Explore historic and picturesque Joo Chiat or go in pursuit of the Draconians around Woodlands on a trail that will take you to dinosaur-infested trenches, and more. Find out about the different trails here.
Jo’s Night Out
Jo’s Night Out takes place this weekend at KidsSTOP. Spend a night at the children’s science centre and pick up survival skills with plenty of parent-child activities. It’s a unique opportunity to experience the attraction after dark. Get more details.
Gardeners’ Day Out
Gardeners’ Day Out is back at HortPark on Saturday, 18 June 2022. The MarketPlace returns from 9 am to 3 pm, and there is going to be Plant Clinic with Plant Health Specialists. There are also tours around HortPark too. Get more details here.
Pets’ Day Out
Pets’ Day Out returns to Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park for the first time after two years on Saturday, 18 June. Some of the family-friendly activities include Doggie Detectives and a parent-child Animals and Us Academy workshop. Get more details here.
If you are at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, why not check out the water playground too.
Shipwrecked: A Voyage Through Time
Meet Salman, a crew member of a ship that was shipwrecked. Join him on an immersive and interactive voyage through the galleries at Asian Civilisations Museum as he shares stories about the Arabian dhow in this 45-minute interactive theatre performance. This is a ticketed event taking place on 17 & 18 June. Free for children under 6. Get more details here.
For more ideas and activities taking place around Singapore, visit this page here.