It’s the last weekend of the June school holidays in Singapore! Make the most of it by enjoying some awesome things to do in Singapore on the weekend of 24 and 25 June 2023.
There are plenty of fun activities taking place around the Singapore over this last weekend of June. Here’s a look at what’s on in Singapore on 24 and 25 Jun 2023.
What to Do This Weekend in Singapore: 24 & 25 June 2023
Goodman Open House – 24 June 2023 (Saturday)
The well-loved annual Goodman Open House returns to celebrate the diverse talents of artists at Singapore’s largest arts enclave! Experience an eclectic array of artists’ open studios, captivating workshops, mesmerizing performances, all-day activities, and a lively pop-up market. Get more details about the Goodman Open House.
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Singapore Botanic Gardens & Fort Canning Park Heritage Festival 2023
This weekend, step back in time and immerse yourself in the rich heritage of the Singapore Botanic Gardens and Fort Canning Park.
Go on “A Time Traveller’s Garden” expedition, take part in drop-in activities at Fort Canning Centre or join a Singapore Botanic Gardens Night Heritage Tour. On 24 June, relax to a a concert at the Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage. These are just some of the activities at the heritage festival. Get more details about Singapore Botanic Gardens & Fort Canning Park Heritage Festival.
Summer Fitness Dash At The Star Vista
Summer Fitness Dash is a cross between a sporty beach party and a Wipeout-style obstacle course, with fun play elements that are perfect for kids to challenge themselves and reap the rewards for conquering them. Redeem a go with $30 spent at The Star Vista or with admission fee of $10. Get more details about Summer Fitness Dash.
Police Community Roadshow
The Police Community Roadshow 2023 goes to Toa Payoh HDB Hub this weekend and you can look forward to hands-on activities, performances and displays showcasing the work of the Singapore Police Force. Find out more about the Police Community Roadshow.
The Singapore Navy Museum has reopened! Pay it a visit to discover more about the Singapore Navy’s beginnings and the roles it plays in protecting Singapore’s maritime interest. Don’t forget to pay a visit to the outdoor exhibits too. Get more details about the Singapore Navy Museum.
My Little 90’s Job Adventure at Kiztopia Town @ VivoCity
Kids “report for work” at uniquely themed shipping containers in Kiztopia Town @ VivoCity, a 1,010-square metre pop-up space at VivoCity’s Outdoor Plaza.
They will have the opportunity to have fun experiencing up to eight interesting professions alongside Kiztopia Friends. After completing each job, they earn a “salary” – in the form of KizKash currency, which can be used to redeem attractive prizes at the KizKash Exchange Store in Kiztopia Town @ VivoCity.
Get more details about My Little 90’s Job Adventure at Kiztopia Town @ VivoCity.
Happy Poli-days At Snow City Singapore
Finding the heat unbearable? Head on down to Snow City Singapore to chill out and say hello to Poli and Amber from Robocar Poli, the original animation television series from ROI VISUAL! Activities include snow falls, snow blizzard, meet and greets as well as a snow science show. Get more details about Happy Poli-days at Snow City Singapore.
Bouncy Fun with Looney Tunes at Suntec City
Have fun bouncing about on Bugs Bunny, Tweety and Daffy Duck giant inflatables, the highlight of the 100th anniversary celebration of Warner Bros. Studio at Suntec City till 25 June 2023. You can also snag exclusive limited-edition merchandise featuring a never-before-seen mashup of Looney Tunes and DC characters! Get more details about Bouncy Fun with Looney Tunes at Suntec City.
Every wondered what a human cannonball feels like? You can experience it for yourself at the new Slingshot Singapore at Clarke Quay where you can be sent flying 70 metres into the air at 160 km/h. Read more about Slingshot Singapore.
Gardens by the Bay’s Children’s Festival
Children’s Festival 2023: Nature’s Imaginarium at Gardens by the Bay features a supersized nature-inspired playground with a 20-metre long slide, Caterpillar Train tour and six larger-than-life flora and fauna installations. The theme of this weekend is Nature Weekend. Find out more about what’s on at Gardens by the Bay’s Children’s Festival.
PAssion Wave @ Bedok Reservoir Official Opening & Singapore Dragon Boat Festival
On Sunday, 25 June, PAssion Wave @ Bedok Reservoir will be having its official opening with activities such as Paper Quiling, Mini Dragon Boat Craft, Bath & Foot Salt Making, Kayaking, Stand-Up Paddling, Pedal Boating and more. Get more details here.
In addition, the Singapore Dragon Boat Festival will be held on 24 & 25 June at PAssion Wave @ Bedok Reservoir. Head down to watch team fight it out on the water. Get more details about the Singapore Dragon Boat Festival.
Kampung Games with UCares
As part of Pesta Ubin, the volunteers from UCares will be organising family-friendly kampung games like chapteh and zero point at Pulau Ubin on 24 June. If you are thinking of paying a visit to the rustic island off the northeastern coast of Singapore, read our guide to Pulau Ubin before heading there.
For more fun things to do over the last weekend of the June school holidays, check out our Amazing List of June Holiday Activities 2023.
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