Enjoy loads of FREE activities this June at Sentosa!
Visit Sentosa Island during the June holidays for tons of free activities that will be a blast for the whole family!
There are so many exciting and FREE activities at Sentosa during the June school holidays that it will be hard to decide which ones to do. Luckily, with three weekends in June to choose from, there’s plenty of time to do everything!
Mega fun at Palawan Beach
Visit Palawan Beach to beat the heat! Kids will love careening down the inflatable slides and splashing around the bubbly foam pool at the Mega Fun play area. Be sure to dive into Singapore’s largest ball pool with more than 200,000 balls!
Right next to the beach, you’ll also find the Palawan Pirate Ship where kids can splash around the pirate-themed play area. Watch out for the giant pirate-head that randomly dumps buckets of water on passersby!
When: 8 – 11, 15 – 18, 22 – 25 June | 10am-7pm
Keep an eye on the time while the kids are splashing around Mega fun, you won’t want to miss the free Bubble Performance. Kids and adults alike will be impressed as the bubbleologist shows off an array of colourful and giant bubbles.
When: 8 – 11, 15 – 18, 22 – 25 June | 3pm & 5pm
More Free Daytime Activities
Just because school’s out does not mean the kids need to stop learning! Take them on a tour around Fort Siloso where they can learn about Singapore’s history. The newly-renovated Surrender Chambers invites visitors to be guided by sound and light through some of the nation’s major historical moments.
While you’re there, check out the Fort Siloso Skywalk for a bird’s eye view of the island from eleven storeys above ground.
When: Daily | 10am-6pm
Did you know that Sentosa is home to some of the rarest habitat types in the world including coastal rainforests and rocky seashores? Visit Imbiah Lookout where you can learn all about the eight types of habitats at Sentosa Nature Discovery!
Start by brushing up on your Explorer skills at the hands-on Science Process exhibition and then discover what hides in the Sentosa jungle including birds, butterflies and over two dozen Heritage Trees. Download the [email protected] App to help you identify them.
When: Daily - 9am-5pm
Free Night Activities
Sentosa’s 37-metre tall epic Merlion will be lit up with the Merlion Magic Lights, an art installation that will illuminate Merlion Plaza. Be awed by the thematic light show and see the island’s biggest Merlion like never before!
When: 2 June – 9 July | 7.45pm, 8.15pm, 8.45pm & 9.15pm (weekdays), Additional 2 shows 9.45pm & 10.15pm (weekends)
Take advantage of warm summer nights and late mornings at Sentosa’s Movies By the Beach at Palawan Green. Bring your picnics and enjoy a movie under the stars at the Palawan Green.
When: 8-11, 15-18, 22-25 June | 7.30pm - 9:30pm
Kids Play Free!*
It’s not just fun on the beach this June at Sentosa! Many of the island’s venues have special offers on during the school holidays.
Ride to Sentosa in style on the Cable Car, climb up into the giant Sentosa Merlion or get your adrenaline pumping at iFly, an indoor skydiving experience, all of which are part of the running promotions where visitors will enjoy a free ticket for one child with the purchase of two adult tickets.
Kids Eat Free!*
Treat yourself to lunch with a view this June at Spuds & Aprons and they’ll treat you with a complimentary kid’s meal on them. Perched on the top of Faber Peak, Spuds & Aprons offers stunning views and sinful East-meets-West food to match.
The kids will love tucking into a plate of Golden Nuggets and Smiley Fries or devouring their own personal-sized Aloha pizza!
*T&Cs apply. Kids Play Free Rates only apply to Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents and those living in Singapore, including holders of employment passes, work permits or dependent passes. Island admission and transportation charges apply separately.
12 Free Activities to Keep Kids Entertained during the June School Holidays
How Going To The Theatre Is A Good Family Bonding Experience To Have
Mum Cries Foul After PCF Sparkletots Staff Injures Toddler's Elbow; Police And ECDA Investigating
Heart Failure In Babies: Heartbroken Singapore Dad Shares His Grief