We’re into June and the school holidays are in full swing! If you are planning to take some time out from your busy schedule and spend it with the fam, here are some ideas for things to do this weekend, 4 & 5 June 2022, in Singapore.
Ideas of Things To Do This Weekend in Singapore, 4 & 5 June 2022
Dinosaur Invasion at UE Square
Are you ready for a rawring weekend? Head down to UE Square on 4 June from 12 pm to 5 pm to meet the dinosaurs and take part in dino-themed activities. Plus, the first 500 who complete selected activities get to redeem a free Ranger Goodie Bag. Get more details of this dino weekend at UE Square on Saturday, 4 June.
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Go-karting, giant bubble play, a jump-boots workout and kids yoga are just some of the fun, family-friendly activities that you can do at Singapore EXPO this June Holidays! As part of the Singapore Wellness Festival 2022 at EXPO, taking place from 3 to 12 June 2022, there are special deals like $5 off adult or kiddy go karts with a special code word. Get more details of why you should BE @ EXPO this weekend.
Enter the om-nom-nomiverse of Masak Masak designed by The Merry Men Works at The Artground with foods that are larger than life. Hop on an egg tart trampoline, slide down the melting ice cream, and climb on a spilt bowl of chendol. Find out what fun you can have playing with you food at Masak Masak at The Artground.
The Local Farm Weekend
The Local Farm Weekend take place this weekend from 10 am to 4 pm and features over 15 booths showcasing ready-to-eat and fresh foods, and activities — such as a children’s corner with colouring activities hosted by the Singapore Food Agency, and a moss art workshop by Mosscape. Get more details here.
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
If you are up at the Kranji Countryside for The Local Farm Weekend, you may want to pop over to Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve to explore nature and the wetlands. Even if you don’t plan to explore the entire wetlands, you can pay a visit to the mangrove boardwalk, one of our favourites.
i Light Singapore Festival
For some nocturnal pursuits, head out along the perimeter of the Marina Bay and to Esplanade Park to view the light installations as part of i Light Festival. Get more details of i Light Singapore Festival.