The Best Things To Do With Kids In Singapore This Week (13 - 19 Jun 2022)

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Discover more family-friendly events and keep on creating more family fun this week! 

This week's to-do includes a new go-kart track (suitable for 3 years old onwards), another reopened FREE water play, places to have a family meal and more! Read on and keep on creating family fun times this June holidays! 

If you need more ideas for a fun June holiday, remember to visit our June Holiday micro-site to discover the best to do in June! And if this is not enough, here's a full list of recommendations that are still happening or join our Telegram group for the most up-to-date sharing too!

1. Discover Go-Karting In The Heart Of Orchard Road

Venue: SCAPE Playspace, 2 Orchard Link, Singapore 237978
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am to 9 pm 
Admission: $25 (adults), $20 (students and kids)

*SCAPE Playspace overseeing Grange Road has been transformed into RaceHub, an electric go-karting track which will also feature elements of fitness and wellbeing for the community. The track will go on till July 2022 with the programme likely to be extended till the Singapore Grand Prix season.

Only children above 9-years-old and with a minimum height of 130cm will be eligible to get on the rides for safety reasons. There's also also a Junior Circuit option where kids from 3 - 7 years old can ride and parents can control the vehicle via remote control. 

2. Get Curious At The National Museum of Singapore

Venue: On-Site & Online
Date: 28 May to 26 Jun 2022
Fee: Free & Paid 

This Children’s Season, the National Museum of Singapore (NMS) is rolling out on-site, online and inclusive programmes catered to kids of all ages and abilities.

Get Curious! Our Early Settlers will include fun, interactive installations and activity stops that will take you back in time to explore the trades and occupations of our early settlers, the lives they led, and the challenges they faced. In addition to these interactive installations, the museum has also curated a line-up of on-site, online as well as inclusive complementary programmes for all to enjoy and learn from.

3. Have Monstrous Fun At The Arts House First-ever Literary Weekend for Children

Venue: The Arts House
Dates: 17 - 19 June 2022
Admission: Free, charges may apply for certain programmes

Visit The Arts House for its first-ever literary weekend for children this June school holidays where you are invited to journey into the imaginative universe of little monsters and discover their world of stories! Suitable for children aged between 3 - 12 years old, families will find a line-up of literary-based programmes in English, Chinese, Malay, and Tamil.

You can expect to go around the house to look for clues in Monster Hunt, be enthralled by interactive storytelling sessions, explore new book titles at our book fair, or pair up with mum or dad for a family Yoga session! 

4. Go Splashing At The Reopened Oasis Waterpark @ Yishun

Location: Next to MSCP, Blk 307 Yishun Ring Road 
 9 am - 7.30 pm (daily)

Oasis Waterpark @ Nee Soon East reopens from 12 June 2022 and families can start planning to visit for splashing fun!  This huge waterpark provides relief from the sweltering weather with its water play features - there are also ample seating and toilets for washing up after play time too! 

If you are coming, you can head towards Blk 307 / Blk 311 at Yishun Ring Road! Check out our Facebook LIVE when we visited the playground on the reopening day!

5. Enjoy A Kids-Eat-Free Promo This School Holidays

This school holidays, families can enjoy a special Kids-Eat-Free Promotion at specific brands under Paradise Group and also at The Assembly Ground. If you like more options, do also visit our List Of Kids-Eat-Free Promotions in Singapore too!

It's time to create more family time over meal time - and you can even enjoy these promotions while doing so! 



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This article is prepared by

Jiarong Yu
Daddy to 2 adorable little ones. Misses them the moment they are not around, regrets missing them the moment they are around.

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