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June school holiday programmes, camps and fun activities for your child (2022)

June school holiday programmes, camps and fun activities for your child (2022)
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The June school holidays will bring the kids some much-needed respite from the stress of going to school in a pandemic. Yet, if you have three screaming and whiny children trying to take each other’s lives… you’ll know it’s important to get them out of the house. ASAP. 

The June school holidays start from the May 28 and ends on the June 26, 2022. You’ll have an entire month to juggle work and keep these child monsters busy. Here’s an outlook of the 2022 school holidays ahead:

March Holidays: March 12 – March 20
June Holidays: May 28 – June 26
September Holidays: Sept 3 – Sept 11
December Holidays: Oct 29* or Nov 19 onwards

*school holidays start earlier for schools being used as GCE O Levels exam venue

Keep them entertained and exhausted this school holiday with these fun and rollicking activities. Better yet, some of these indoor playgrounds will offer you time off from your kids so you can head to a cafe nearby to continue working.

Otherwise, we’ve rounded up a bunch of enrichment classes, study camps, and coding courses for your children to pick up some new skills this June school holidays too. Scroll on!

Top June 20 holiday programmes & camps for your child

Activity Price
Stage Camp by Singapore Repertory Theatre $330 for Five days, two hours each
Holiday Camps by Camp Asia (Stamford American International School & Australian International School) $695 for Five days, six hours each
June Holiday Aikido Camp by Art of Aikido $369 for Two days, nine hours each
Golf Fundamentals for Parent & Child by ActiveSG $60 for 1.5 hours
3 Days GO Class by The GO Academy $60 nett for Three days, one hour each
3 Days Mindfulness Kids Camp/ 2-hour Art Therapy by COMO Shambhala $315 for Three days, $65 for two hour art therapy
Rangoli Making by Singapore Heritage Fest 2022 $25 for 1.5 hours
3 Days Camp by Young Engineers Singapore $397 for three days
Roblox Coding Camp by Logiscool Jurong West $399 for Five days, three hours each
Multi-Wanderers Sports Camp $150 for Two days, two hours each
MindChamps June Holiday Workshops $68+ for Two hours, $188+ for Two days, four hours each
Rhythm Romp by I Can Read June 2022 Holiday Programme $229 for three days, two hours each. Promo code ICRHP10 for 10 per cent off (by May 20)
Chinese Fable Stories Holiday Program by LingoAce (online) $89.88
Chinese Holiday Acting Camp by Zoom Academy $600 for Five days, two hours each
Drama Workshop by ACT 3 International $330 to $410 for Five days, 3.5 hours each
Carnival/ Outdoor Camps by The Mindful Camp $680 for Five days, 7.5 hours each
Holiday Study Camps by British Council $736 for Five days, four hours each
Big Art June Holiday Programme by Methodist Preschools $120 for two days, two hours each
Dance Camps by Ritz Dance Studios $190 to $350 for two/three days, three hours each
Coding Holiday Camp by SG Code Campus $288.90 for Four days, two hours each

 Stage Camp by Singapore Repertory Theatre

The Singapore Repertory Theatre holds theatre camps for children every school holidays. This June school holidays, there will be 3 Stage Camp courses for you and your child to choose from:

Mon May 30 to Fri June 3, 2022: The Shoemaker and the Elves (Choice of English or Mandarin)

Mon June 6 to Fri June 10, 2022: Hansel and Gretel (Choice of English or Mandarin)

Mon June 13 to Fri June 17, 2022: The Bremen Town Musicians (Choice of English or Mandarin)

For two hours per day, your child will get to learn about sustainability and the environment while developing confidence, communication, and creativity on stage. Each class is 15 pax and each week-long course will cost you $330 per child.


At the end of the week-long programme, expect to attend your child’s final performance before they ‘graduate’ from the camp. 

You’ll be shuttling your child between the Singapore Repertory Theatre’s venues at the National Library Victoria Street and KC Arts Centre along Merbau Road. Tickets are now available online.

Holiday Camps by Camp Asia

There are 20 holiday camps spanning various subjects and physical activities that you can choose for your child. Hosted by Camp Asia, these holiday classes will be held at the Stamford American International School and Australian International School respectively. Prices range from $675 to $750 per five-day camp.

You can choose from academic-focussed camps in the likes of Intensive English, Mad World of Science, Math Mania, Mini Mandarin, to Stem (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), Robotics, Coding, Electronics, to sports such as Gymnastics, Soccer, MMA, Parkour, and more.

However, do note that the holiday camp dates run according to international schools’ official summer break period. So, if your child is in a Singaporean school, you’ll have to pick the earliest camp slots, specifically the June 20 to June 24, 2022 dates. Book online on the Camp Asia site.

June Holiday Aikido Camp by Art of Aikido

If you haven’t exposed your child to self-defence and martial arts, this June school holidays might just be your time. Art of Aikido (Pandan Gardens) will be holding two-day Aikido holiday camps throughout the month of June 2022 at $369 (book by May 15), nine hours each day. Here are the dates:

Mon May 30 – Tue May 31: 9am to 6pm
Mon May 13 – Tue May 14: 9am to 6pm
Mon May 20 – Tue May 21: 9am to 6pm
Mon May 27 – Tue May 28: 9am to 6pm

Price includes a bag, T-shirt, towel, water bottle, Daruma doll, certificate, lunch and tea breaks, learning materials, photography, and a 2-day access to Bouncy Paradise. You’ll need to book online via Art of Aikido‘s Google Form.

Golf Fundamentals for Parent & Child by ActiveSG

If you still have ActiveSG credits sitting around, you may want to use them up this June School Holidays. There are a tonne of children-friendly activities on ActiveSG at pretty budget prices. One course that stood out was a 1.5 hour Golf Fundamentals class for a parent and child ($60 nett per pair).

This golf beginner’s class is available at Woodlands Stadium, Senja-Cashew Tennis Centre, and Yio Chu Kang Stadium. To search for a programme on ActiveSG, visit the Programmes page and select activity/ type in the sport you’re looking for.

3 Days GO Class by The GO Academy

Prefer something more intellectual? The GO Academy will be holding a 3 Days GO camp for beginners in both English and Mandarin. The GO camps will span three days, one hour each day, at $60 nett per child. Classes will be held at Ulu Pandan CC, Kembangan Court, or online via Zoom. WhatsApp The GO Academy to secure your child a slot.


3 Day Holistic Kids Camp/ Art Therapy/ Youth Camp by COMO Shambhala

Big on wellness? Here’s a series of mindfulness programmes by COMO Shambhala Urban Escape (Delfi Orchard) for your child. Depending on your child’s age group, you can sign him/ her up for a three-day movement and mindfulness camp ($315), a two-hour movement and art therapy to regulate emotions ($65), or 2.5-hour motivational youth camps for tweens and teenagers to learn to cope with confidence, anxiety, and transitions in life ($550). Book online or call the COMO Shambhala hotline at 6304 3552.

Rangoli Making by Singapore Heritage Fest 2022

On a shoestring budget? The Singapore Heritage Fest’s lineup includes a really child-friendly hands-on Rangoli Making workshop held at the National Museum of Singapore for $25 per pax. Here are the available dates:

Sat May 21: 2pm to 3.30pm
Sun May 22: 2pm to 3.30pm
Sun May 29: 2pm to 3.30pm

Other than learning to craft the floor decoration, you and your child will learn the cultural and religious significance of the Rangoli, including its origins from India. Register online for tickets.

3 Days Camp by Young Engineers Singapore (Jurong East)

Raising a budding Silicon Valley giant? Here’s a perfect 3-Day Stem Camp for the next Mark Zuckerberg. Priced at $397 for three days, your child will be immersed in the world of science and engineering as they build electric models from Legos and play with them after. WhatsApp Young Engineers Singapore to register.

Roblox Coding Camp by Logiscool Jurong West

If your child is obsessed with Roblox, here’s your chance to expose them to coding. From May 30 to June 3, 2022, Logiscool Jurong West will be holding a Roblox Game Design camp ($399) for seven to 12-year-olds. Classes will be in person, from 9am to 12pm daily. Your child will learn to use the Roblox Studio, understand the fundamentals and principles behind games, and learn to design their own games by the end of the course. Register online.

Multi-Wanderers Sports Camp

Child not interested in robotics and coding? How about some sports to get your child’s fitness going and develop some locomotive skills? The two-day Multi-Wanderers Sports Camp ($150) is a multi-sport programme which exposes your child to a variety of sports, their rules, and teamwork over two-hour lessons.


Camps are held at Kovan Sports Centre, Bukit Batok HomeTeamNS, and the Yishun Futsal Arena. Register online.

MindChamps June Holiday Workshops

Tuition centre? No, no. This is not an intensive tuition camp. MindChamp will be holding a series of reading, writing, and subject-focussed Holiday Workshops. Available classes include:

Natural Literacy for ages two-three: June 11/12, 2022 ($68+ for two hours)
Reading for N2 & K1: June 11/12, 2022 ($68+ for two hours)
Reading & Writing for K2: June 11/12, 2022 ($68+ for two hours)
Poetry & Writing for P1 & P2: June 9/10, 2022 ($118+ for two hours)
Writing for P3 & P4: June 9/10, 2022 ($118+ for two hours)
Writing for P5: June 9/10, 2022 ($118+ for two hours)
Art of Learning P1-2: Various dates available ($188+ for two days, four hours each)
Chinese Reading Camp P1-2: Various dates available ($188+ for two days, four hours each)
Mission Possible Motivational Camp P3-4: June 6, 2022 ($188+ for eight hours)
Mission Possible Motivational Camp P5-6: June 7, 2022 ($188+ for eight hours)
Mission Possible Motivational Camp Secondary: June 11, 2022 ($188+ for eight hours)
English for P3-6: Various dates available ($68+ for two hours)
Maths for P3-6: Various dates available ($68+ for two hours)
Science for P3-6: Various dates available ($68+ for two hours)
Chinese Poetry for P3-6: Various dates available ($68+ for two hours)

I Can Read June 2022 Holiday Programmes

Child struggling with reading? The National Library will be holding a “I Can Read” programme this June Holidays for children aged five to eight. There are two camps to choose from: World Warrior, and Rhythm Romp. Workshop days are:

Mon June 20 – Wed June 22: $229 for three days, two hours each

There are 13 National Library outlets for you to choose from, namely Ang Mo Kio, Bedok, Harbourfront, Hillion Mall, Hougang, Jurong East, Jurong West, Kovan, Novena, Punggol Waterway, Sembawang, Tampines, and Yishun.

Chinese Fable Stories Holiday Program by LingoAce

Got to stay home to work but need a programme for your child? Try the Chinese Fable Stories Holiday online programme by LingoAce. The month-long online Chinese course spanning May 28 to June 26 ($89.88) is a series of Chinese games that your child can go through, and it comes with a live teacher on the other side of the screen teaching your child. Sign up online.

Chinese Holiday Acting Camp by Zoom Academy

Calling all drama kings and queens out there, here’s the perfect opportunity to hone those crocodile tears, lies, and practice Chinese oral. Zoom Academy will be rolling out five-day Acting Camps for all age groups at $600 for five days, two hours lesson each. Your child will be reporting to 70B Smith Street, learn about scripting, character development, organise props, costumes, rehearse, before performing. WhatsApp 8113 1708 to register.

Drama Workshop by ACT 3 International

Remember ACT3 International? This June school holidays, ACT3 International will be holding a series of Gulliver’s Travels-themed drama and musical workshops for ages two to 10. Prices range from $330 to $410 for five days, 3.5 hours each. Here are the available workshops:

Drama workshop for ages 2-3: $40 for 1.5 hours (One child + one parent)
Drama workshop for ages 3-4: $330 for Five days, 3.5 hours each
Drama workshop for ages 5-7: $330 for Five days, 3.5 hours each
Musical workshop for ages 8-10: $410 for Five days, 3.5 hours each

Aside from classes in their main campus along 126 Cairnhill Road, ACT3 International will also be holding their June Holiday workshops in Punggol. While the website doesn’t explicitly state the Punggol address, past ACT3 International classes were held at the Oasis Terrace in Punggol. Sign up online.

Carnival/ Outdoor Camps by The Mindful Camp

If you’d rather treat your child to a well-rested, fun-filled holiday camp, try The Mindful Camp. You get to choose between a Carnival-themed camp or an outdoor-themed camp ($680 for five days, 7.5 hours each).


Camps are held at Core Collective@ Sentosa, Razum International School, the Swiss Club, or City Sprouts. There, your child gets a break from technology, learn to make connections, go on a journey of self-discovery, explore nature, practice yoga, and embark on daily concentration and art projects. Sign up online.

Holiday Study Camps by British Council

Need to study? No choice. Send your child to the British Council’s Holiday Study Camps for some intensive catching up with schoolwork. Each study camp is priced at a whooping $736 for five days, four hours each day. Your child will get to develop their English vocabulary, engage in games, group projects, and presentations, and receive individual attention and learning support from international teachers.

Honestly, if you’re signing up your PSLE child or Secondary school child for this course, the $736 fees make total sense. A sought-after private tuition teacher would probably cost you $50 per hour. You multiply that by four hours per day, that’s $200 per day – which makes $800 for 5 days. Now, the difference is that you’re not getting your child private tuition, but at least a holiday camp offers more fun than solo… private tuition at home.

Course fees aside, you’ll also need to fork out $30 for two sets of uniform. There are two campuses: the British Council at Napier Road, and British Council’s Toa Payoh outpost (HDB Hub). Sign up online.

Big Art June Holiday Programme by Methodist Preschools

Those of you living around Boon Keng, Kallang, and Jalan Besar can consider sending your kindergarten child to a two-day art workshop at the Foochow Methodist Preschool. Your child will try their hand at folk art painting, and explore textures while creating art with mixed mediums. At $120 nett per child (for two days, two hours each), your child will get to bring home the art materials used. WhatsApp 94699550 to reserve a spot.

Dance Camps by Ritz Dance Studios

Into ballet, jazz, hip hop, K pop, trashy Tik Tok dances, or the super atas classical ballet? Check out Ritz Dance Studios’ June Holiday Dance Camps. Prices range from $190 to $350 for two or three days, three hours each for children aged four and up. Sign up online before May 15 to get early bird prices ($50 off standard prices).

Coding Holiday Camp by SG Code Campus

Coding for primary school students are all the rage. Here’s a longer four-day coding holiday camp for children aged seven to 18 spanning coding basics such as Scratch, Python, and more advanced functions. Prices are at $288.90 and upwards to $600+ for four days, two hours each lesson. There are several camp date and timings for you to choose from. Sign up online.

Top 20 fun playgrounds & activities for children

Activity Price
Admiralty Park and Tiong Bahru Park Playground Free
Forest Ramble (Jurong Lake Gardens) Free
Kidz Amaze (SAFRA Jurong, Toa Payoh) $14/$10/$8 on Mon to Fri


$18/$12/$10 on Sat and Sun, PH and school holidays

$4 per adult

Kidz Amaze (SAFRA Punggol) $16/$12/$8 on Mon to Fri


$20/$15/$10 on Sat and Sun, PH and school holidays

$4 per adult

Bouncy Paradise $19 for 2 hours
Hedge Maze (Changi Jewel) $7.20 entry fee (child)/ $10.80 (adult)


*ticket includes admission to Canopy Park, Discovery Slides, Foggy Bowls, Petal Garden, Topiary Walk

Kiztopia (Jurong Point, Marina Square, Punggol) $29.80 for 1 hour (plus 1 accompanying adult)


$43.80 for 3 hours (plus 1 accompanying adult)

Hydrodash (Palawan Beach) $13 for 5-6 years (1 hour)


$18 for 7+ years (1 hour)

Gallop Stable (Bukit Timah or Pasir Ris Park) $10 for pony rides


$45 to $85 for kids’ introductory lesson

Climb Central (Sports Hub, Novena, Funan) $41 for an adult-child (day pass & equipment)
Forest Adventure (Bedok Reservoir) $40.90 for a child (junior & kids course)


$40.90 for an accompanying adult

Airzone (City Square) $25 for 1 session
NERF Action Xperience (Marina Square) $59 for Ultimate bundle (includes Challenge, Create, digital photo, grip socks, voucher)
Snow City (Jurong East) $18 for 3-12 years (1 hour Snow Play and 1 bumper car ride)


$22 for adults (1 hour Snow Play and 1 bumper car ride)

Museum of Ice Cream (Dempsey) $40 per pax (for groups of 2 or 3), $38 per pax (for groups 4 or more)
Cafe Melba (Goodman Arts Centre) $7 to $29 for a snack up to mains
Buds by Shangri-La $988 for 20 entries or $2,288 for unlimited entries (year-long membership)
Kids Club by Resorts World Singapore (Sentosa) $12 per hour
Waka Waka (Furama Hotel) $28 for a single ticket (school holiday)


$135 for 6 passes

Wild Wild Wet $26 (weekdays/Sat, Sun, school holidays and PH) for 3-12 years and 55 years and above


$35 (weekdays/Sat, Sun, school holidays and PH) for 13 years and above

 Admiralty Park and Tiong Bahru Park Playground

Why spend a bomb on entertainment when the kids can entertain themselves for hours at a good playground in a public park? Just remember to keep a safe distance from other families and bring along hand sanitisers. 

Admiralty Park is one of our top picks thanks to its 26 slides. There’s even a family slide which a group of four can slide down together. 

Another of Singapore’s best playgrounds can be found at Tiong Bahru Public Park. The Tilting Train theme will have kids climbing through the zany sloping carriages of a train suspended in mid air, a surreal experience if there ever was one.

Forest Ramble

If you live in the west, you’re in for a treat. Let your children loose at the new Jurong Lake Gardens’ child-friendly Forest Ramble – a giant sandpit play garden with 13 adventure stations in the likes of swings, giant spiral slides, trampolines, and balancing logs. 

You’ll also find amenities such as bathrooms, cafés, plenty parking lots, and hawker centres and shopping malls such as Jurong Point, JEM, and Westgate nearby.

Kids Amaze

Kids Amaze’s massive indoor playgrounds will knock the socks off kids up to the age of 12. Families with toddlers should head to the SAFRA Toa Payoh branch, which has a dedicated toddlers’ play area. Slides, climbing frames, nets suspended in the air and ball pits are just some of the features on offer. 

SAFRA Punggol is home to Splash @ Kidz Amaze, which is an indoor water park with fountains, slides and paddle pools. Parents can participate too, so don’t forget to bring along your swimsuits. But for those who prefer to chill, consider SAFRA Jurong, which has a cafe within. Reserve a spot via email.

Bouncy Paradise

Is your kid constantly bouncing off the walls at home? Then they’ll go nuts at Bouncy Paradise, the world’s largest indoor bouncy castle playground, located in a 20,000 sq ft air-conditioned area.

In the mega bounce house, your kid will find a unicorn rainbow slide transporting them directly to a massive ball pit, which sits right next to a trampoline zone — you can imagine the chaos that will ensue. There’s also a toddlers’ play zone for kids aged 1.5 to 4 years. Pre-book your tickets online.


Hedge Maze

Finally, a reason to go to Changi Airport again! Hedge Maze on level five of Jewel has got facilities that can be enjoyed not just by the young but by the young at heart, too.

For a $7.20 entry fee, you get to slip down the Discovery Slides, run through clouds of mist in the Foggy Bowl, and take a stroll through the scenic Petal Garden and Topiary Walk.

For an added fee, you can cross the Canopy Bridge, wander through the Mirror Maze, or walk through the Sky Nets. If you want to try everything on offer, consider purchasing a bundle.



This indoor park with multiple play areas is great for little explorers. These areas include indoor playgrounds with features such as ball pits, slides, a sand pit, trampolines and a train ride.

But the highlights are surely the Ninja Warrior Course (amply padded, of course) and the mini indoor driving school. Less rambunctious kids might like the role play rooms, which are kitted out to look like a grocery store, kitchen, dressing room and so on.

Prices have been increasing, and are now at $29.80 for one hour per child (plus one accompanying adult), and $43.80 for three hours per child (plus one accompanying adult). Book tickets on the Kiztopia website.


Beat the heat by taking your kids to Hydrodash at Sentosa, a water park where everything floats. Whether you’re clambering up a giant inflatable pyramid or slipping down a water slide, you won’t have to worry about grazed knees. Kids as young as five years old and adults of all ages can participate.

The park floats on the waters off Sentosa. While you won’t exactly be in the depths of the deep blue sea, you’ll be equipped with life jackets just in case.


Gallop Stable

Kids can’t get enough of My Little Pony? Then they will jump at the chance to enjoy a pony ride or horse riding lesson at one of Gallop Stables’ two ranches.

Horse riding lessons are available to children aged three years and above ranging from $45 to $85. Otherwise, opt for a leisurely trail ride or a short pony ride at $10 for your toddler. After you’re done, take an easy 20 min stroll (or 5 min drive) up to Riders Cafe for a brunch overlooking rows of private horse stables.

Climb Central

Time to drive your kids up the wall instead of the other way around! Kids aged five to 12 years measuring at least 1.1m and weighing at least 20kg can join Climb Central’s Starter Club, which aims to teach kids the basics of climbing. 

For your convenience and sanity, opt for the adult-child entry set (priced at $41) which includes day passes and equipment rental fees for climbing shoes and harness. 

If you’ve got a teenager tagging along, a youth entry set is priced at $30 and it includes equipment rental too.


Forest Adventure

This treetop adventure park will have your kid climbing, ziplining and siding through thrilling obstacle courses. Some of the challenges are not for the faint of heart, but fear not, as they have an easier kids’ course for younger children aged 5 to 9 years.

The highlight, which parents will no doubt want to try, is a 300m zipline that takes place entirely over water. Tickets are priced at $40.90 per child, and $40.90 per accompanying adult. You’ll have to book a slot on their website.


Ever look at those giant nets suspended in the air at City Square Mall and wonder why they are there? They’re actually part of Airzone, an elevated, multi-level playground that will have you bouncing in the air above the shopping mall’s atrium space.

Other than simply enjoying the sensation of floating in the air, you and your kids can also crawl through a 3D maze made of nets or slip down a giant slide, all while being gawked at by shoppers. Each 1-hour session will cost you $25 per child. There are cafes nearby that you can sit yourself down for a coffee or meal – all whilst keeping an eye on your child.

NERF Action Xperience

If you’ve got a NERF gun collection and bullets strewn all over the house, clean up that mess, hide the NERF guns, and bring your kids to the NERF Action Xperience in Marina Square.

There are 4 types of activities to choose from, namely “Compete – Zombie City” where your kids will shoot at physical and digital zombies, a grouped “Camp Dune” challenge (that’s been postponed for safety measures), and a rope and slides course called “Conquer”. For younger children and toddlers, try the “Create” mission where they’ll get a paint-filled gun, T-shirt, and tote bag to go wild. 

Go for the $59 bundle of both Challenge and Create missions, and walk away with a souvenir and digital photo for your child’s show and tell homework assignment.

Snow City 

Here’s one to make you feel old. Snow City turned 21 years old this year and although the main attractions remain the same (sliding down the ice ramp on a tyre), there are now more activities to make your trip to the west worthwhile. A bundle ticket deal entails you to an hour’s snow playtime, a bumper car ride, winter jacket, and winter boots.

There are ‘mandatory’ photo booths that you’ll have to pass through, although the purchase of photographs upon checkout was non-obligatory with no hard-selling involved.

Expect to pay $18 per child for just 1 hour of snow play and 1 bumper car ride, and $22 per adult for the same bundle.

Museum of Ice Cream

Feeling a little brave this week? Try the Museum of Ice Cream where you and your kids will be guided through 14 ice cream-themed installations and be served unlimited sweets along the way.

At the end of the exhibition, you’ll find yourself in an all-pink souvenir shop stocked with all things pink. Afterwards, you’ll probably want to shake off your kids’ sugar rush nearby around the Dempsey blocks before heading home.

Unfortunately, there are no “child” tickets at the Museum of Ice Cream. Tickets are standardised. The larger your group (more tickets you buy at once), the cheaper your ticket gets. For groups of 2 or 3, it’s $40 per pax, but the price lowers to $38 per pax for groups 4 or more.

Cafe Melba

If you have work to be done for a few hours but need to quell your restless kids, and need to sort your kids’ lunch, head to Cafe Melba at Goodman Arts Centre. Choose between indoor or outdoor seats (with fans, and a view of the outdoor field and playground), order yourself a decent lunch, and whip out your laptop. Your kids will be able to run amok and play before your eyes at the as you work. 

Prices per meal are pretty usual, spanning from $7 to $29 for a snack and up for main courses.

Buds by Shangri-La

In laws bailed on their babysitting plans tomorrow but you have an urgent half day meeting to attend to? Check yourself into a staycation at Shangri-La and you’ll be able to park your kids at the buds by Shangri-La kids club for the entire day.

Otherwise, this exclusive kids club comes with annual memberships at $988 for 20 entries or $2,288 for unlimited entries. Since these are year-long membership, application only reopens in Januarys (and there are usually waiting lists).

Kids Club by Resorts World Sentosa

For parents who prefer their kids to be supervised and occupied with activities, check your kids into the Resorts World Sentosa’s Kids Club (located next to the gym at the Hard Rock Hotel). For $12 per hour, your child will participate in play and creativity activities throughout the day. Do note that the Kids Club only takes in children aged 3 to 12.

Waka Waka by Furama Hotel

Located at the ground floor lobby of the Furama Hotel, Waka Waka is an indoor playground with numerous standards and bundles you can choose from – a standard playtime ticket, a eat and play buffet bundle, play and sandwich workshop bundle, or even a full-day boot camp option if you need time away from your child. You can keep a close eye on your child by parking yourself (and your laptop) at the lobby lounge nearby. 

Tickets cost $28 for a single child (school holidays price).

Wild Wild Wet

This water park in the Pasir Ris area has been around for ages, so if you and your kids have never tried it, now is your chance. You’ll scream your head off on rides with names like Vortex and Free Fall, or if your kids are younger, splash around in the calmer children’s areas and playground.

A child ticket costs $26 (under 12 years old), while an adult ticket will set you back by $35 per pax (13 years and above).

This article was first published in MoneySmart.

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