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The Best Kid-Friendly Things To Do During School Holidays in Singapore 2021

Wondering where to take the kids during the school holidays in Singapore? Here’s our list of the best kid-friendly activities, based on your budget.

What better time to rediscover Singapore than during the school holidays? With June right around the corner, there’s still plenty of time left to plan family-friendly activities. Here are some of our recommendations, along with costs and what to expect for each activity.

Things To Do During The School Holidays in Singapore 2021

June Holiday ActivityCostWhat to Expect
Family Staycation at Sofitel Sentosa Resort & Spa
  • S$538++ per night
  • For two adults and two children
  • One-night stay
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Free bicycle usage
  • Free WiFi
  • Complimentary scheduled shuttle service
  • 45min usage of Villa des Enfantes
  • Free entry to Sentosa
STAR WARS™ Identities: The Exhibition
  • Adult – S$25
  • Concession – S$20
  • Bundle deal for two adults and two children – S$80
  • 200 artefacts
  • Original movie props, artworks, costumes and star ships
  • Experience movie-making process
Once Upon a Time on the Orient Express
  • Standard ticket - S$25
  • Standard ticket with booklet - S$35
  • Family Bundle for two adults and two children, age 3 to12 - S$88
  • Family Bundle with booklet - S$98
  • Family Bundle with two booklets - S$108
  • Fast Track / VIP - S$80
  • Two original train carriages and a locomotive shipped from France
  • Close to 300 precious items restored for the event
  • Original uniforms, a sleeping car, and many more pieces used back in time

Forest Adventure Treetop Adventure
  • Grand Course – S$39 to $50 per pax
  • Junior Course – S$39.90 per pax
  • Kids Course – S$39.90 per pax
  • Several obstacles and ziplines
  • Equip with security harness and 20 mins safety briefing
  • Onsite instructors to provide support

Family Staycation at Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa

There is no better way to pamper your family than with a staycation. At Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa, prices start from S$388++ per night for two adults and S$538++ for two adults and two children. These packages entitle you to enjoy the 5-star luxury room, all resort facilities, and 3 meals prepared by in-house chefs. Your kids can even join the Kid’s Retreat programme (at S$35 per child) where activities such as canvas painting, mermaid swimming and tent building will be conducted. Don’t let the staycation prices deter you from having a good time, you can always use your $100 SingapoRediscovers Voucher to offset the bill. To maximise the value of your SingapoRediscover Voucher, remember to:

  • Opt for bundle deals put together on authorised booking platforms
  • Pay with the right credit card to enjoy additional discounts
  • Weigh your options carefully before you spend the vouchers

STAR WARS Identities: The Exhibition

Let the force be with you this June when you visit Star War Identities, an exclusive interactive exhibition displaying close to 200 artefacts from the original Star Wars films. Held at the ArtScience Museum until 13 June 2021, you can grab a set of 4 tickets at the price of S$80 for 2 adults and 2 children or individual tickets at S$25 per adult. Seniors citizens, students, children ages 2 to 12, and people with disabilities can enjoy a discounted rate at S$20. You’ll get a chance to come up close and personal with original movie props, artwork, costumes, and star ships such as the Millennium Falcon and the Star Destroyer from Star Wars. Your family can also experience the creative process of movie-making from early concept drawings to storyboarding and even costume design.

Once Upon a Time on the Orient Express

Now you can experience the glamour and romance of the Orient Express at the West Lawn, Gardens by the Bay. The pop-up attraction “Once Upon A Time on The Orient Express” features two original 1930 train carriages, classified as National Treasures, as well as a 158-year-old locomotive shipped all the way from France! There are also approximately 300 items restored especially for this event. This exhibition will end in September 2021, so make sure to use the June holidays to catch a glimpse of this rare event. To enjoy more savings on your tickets, consider getting the family bundle (two adult tickets and two children tickets) instead of purchasing individual tickets, to save at least 12% off the original price.

Forest Adventure: A Treetop Obstacle Course

Step into the world of true adventure at Singapore’s largest treetop adventure park and immerse yourself in fun, adrenaline-pumping actions. At this exciting outdoor park, you’ll get to fly across Bedok Reservoir on three breath-taking 300-meter ziplines and 44 wobbly crossings. Your kids can also choose from a variety of courses for an unparalleled obstacle adventure. Some notable obstacle courses include Grand Course, Junior Course, and Kids Course that provide different experiences and levels of difficulty to suit you and your family. If you think your children are too young to go at it alone, you can even accompany them throughout the entire course. A day out at Forest Adventure Treetop doesn’t have to be costly, you can get as much as a 10% discount if you make an online booking for 4 people in one single transaction.

Use The Right Credit Card To Save More During The June Holidays

With so many things to do and so many places to see, you’ll have more than enough to keep you and your family busy for the entire June school holiday. Start planning early to take advantage of promotions and avoid missing out on all the fun. Also, remember to use the right credit cards for all your bookings because some cards are designed to reward users for spending on entertainment and dining. Find out more about the best credit cards to make sure you’re getting the best value for your money.

Pooja Khandelwal

Pooja is a Content Marketing Lead at ValueChampion Singapore. She is responsible for planning and executing sponsored content projects and building relationships with media partners. In addition, she evaluates financial products for consumers based on quantitative and qualitative analysis. Pooja holds degrees in Economics and Psychology from Rutgers University. Her prior work experience includes founding and leading a content marketing consultancy and working at eCommerce, AI, and B2B SaaS startups in Singapore. Pooja has contributed insights to Tech in Asia, Yahoo!, and many other publications. Connect with her on LinkedIn to collaborate on content.

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