Hurray! It’s the long awaited start to the June school holidays in Singapore! If you are looking for things to do in Singapore on the weekend of 27 and 28 May 2023, you’re spoilt for choice.
There are plenty of fun activities taking place around the Singapore over the weekend, from role-play to outdoor fun. Here’s a look at what’s on in Singapore on 27 and 28 May 2023.
What to Do This Weekend in Singapore: 27 & 28 May 2023
Bouncy Fun with Looney Tunes
Suntec City celebrates the 100th anniversary of Warner Bros. Studio with special Looney Tunes free-to-play mega inflatables and exclusive premiums featuring the iconic studio’s beloved characters. The month-long celebration will see an exciting takeover of Suntec City by characters such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tasmanian Devil and Tweety – all brought to life in the form of giant inflatables. More details here.
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Avengers: Beyond Earth’s Mightiest at Jewel
Jewel Changi Airport is paying homage to the Earth’s mightiest heroes and beyond that with 3D models, interactive displays and look back at the journey of this popular stable of superheroes. Get more details about Avengers: Beyond Earth’s Mightiest at Jewel.
Children’s Season 2023: Hopes & Dreams
The theme of Children’s Season 2023 is Hopes & Dreams and children are invited to explore different occupations and inventions from past and present Singapore. Amongst the highlights of Children’s Season 2023 are 30 Comic Art workshops conducted by 14 talented local artists and arts educators. Find out more details here.
SPCA’s Pawsome Party
Go on a tour of SPCA and its shelter, take part in a drawing competition and enjoy various experiential learning booths and free activities at SPCA’s Pawsome Party this Saturday, 27 May 2023. Get more details here.
Singapore HeritageFest Closing Weekend Sports Day
Get decked in your PE attire and get ready to participate in sports and games from yesteryear with family and friends at National Museum of Singapore’s Front Lawn on 27 and 28 May 2023. It is a Sports Day for one and all. Take part in a relay, hop to the finish line in a gunny sack, or play bola tin, an old school game where players knock down a stack of tins that are arranged in a pyramid using a ball. Get more details here.
A Roving Pop-up Children’s Bookstore
In collaboration with the bookstore Natventure, Singapore Art Museum is hosting a story-telling pop-up at selected public artworks in Duxton and Everton starting weekend from 27 May to 1 Jun 2023. Simply look out for the big tent where books are available to read for free. Get more details here.
Children’s Season 2023: Enchanting Forest
Embark on an enchanted journey through the Enchanting Forest at Indian Heritage Centre. Immerse yourself in an interactive sound installation, watch a captivating dance performance, participate in engaging workshops, and listen to enthralling stories. Get more details here.
ART-ZOO Happy Zoobilee Trail
Go on the Happy ZOObilee Trail, a unique trail featuring instagrammable inflatable art sculptures and interactive trail stations where you can learn more about Singapore Zoo’s star animals — Ah Meng the Orangutan and friends. There is also a local residents’ ZOObilee bundle for an adult-child admission to Singapore Zoo. Get more details about ART-ZOO at the zoo.
Now Boarding: Experience Singapore Through Travel 1800s to 2000s
National Museum of Singapore’s latest exhibition showcases how Singapore was seen by the world through the travellers’ eyes. See Singapore through the experiences of those who have visited our island over the years and with artefacts such as postcards, posters, photographs, travel paraphernalia and everyday objects. Find out more about the Now Boarding exhibition.
Festival of Biodiversity
Learn more about the our natural heritage at the Festival of Biodiversity this weekend, 27 and 28 May at Heartbeat @ Bedok. There will be a series of booth, talks, workshops and crafts. Get more details about the Festival of Biodiversity.
Want even more great ideas? Check out our list of things to do during the June school holidays 2023.