The month-long June School Holiday is here. Wondering what to do or run out of ideas to do? Here are some Out-Of-The-Box suggestions for you.

For June Holiday Enrichment Programmes, visit June Holiday Enrichment Programmes.


1. Labrador Park Walking Tour with Seafood Buffet Dinner

Labrador Park Gun Battery

Enjoy a 90-minute guided tour in the Labrador Nature Park with your friends and family with this guided tour with commentary
Learn more about the gun batteries stationed in the Labrador Park. Finish the day with a Self BBQ Seafood Buffet Dinner at The Three Peacocks

You can book the package via Klook.


2. Fun Kart Experience

KF1 Karting CircuitPhoto: KKDay

Go for a spin around the tracks at KF1 Karting Circuit in Singapore. If you’re looking for an exciting experience, get your adrenaline pumping with kart circuits of different speeds. Enjoy a thrilling day of kart racing in one of the largest go-karting tracks in the city.

You can book the package via KKDay.


3. Visit the Oldest Chinese Temple In Singapore

thian hock keng temple singapore

Thian Hock Keng is a rare temple that encompasses Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism. In addition to its main deity, Goddess of the Seas – Ma Zu (妈祖), other deities include Goddess of Mercy – Guan Yin (观音) and Confucius – Kong Zi (孔子).

Over the years, it has continued to attract devotees of different dialect groups and is especially crowded during birthday celebrations of deities.

For more information, go to Thian Hock Keng – Oldest Chinese Temple In Singapore.


4. Unique Singapore 1-Day Tour

getting to pulau ubin by bumboats

Fully guided tour (Mandarin-speaking) to Singapore’s 2nd largest island – Pulau Ubin, a reminiscent of Singapore in the 1960s and last-remaining Kampong life. Visit Singapore’s 1st and only Floating Kelong Restaurant and enjoy a sumptuous Kelong-style lunch with beautiful sea view. Have a chance to experience ‘Catch-a-Fish’ for your Meal and take photos with your ‘Fishy-Catch’. Finally your choice of unique Teochew-style Afternoon Tea with Signature Dim Sum or Hong Kong-style Dim Sum Afternoon Tea at Wo Peng Cuisine with live cooking demo and learn great cooking tips

You can book the package via Klook.


5. Eat at the Most Beautiful MacDonald’s In Singapore

Ridout Tea Garden McDonalds

Ridout Tea Garden, Singapore’s first Japanese-themed community garden, was opened in 1970. It was created to provide more recreational facilities for flat dwellers in Queenstown. Based on the recent news, the MacDonald’s at Ridout Tea Garden will be closed in December 2021 after 32 years in operation.

For more information, go to Ridout Tea Garden.


6. Hunt for Dragon

whampoa dragon fountain and statue

The dragon, embellished with bits of porcelain, can be found in front of Block 85 of Whampoa Drive. The Dragon Fountain has been something of a landmark in the area.

For more information, go to Whampoa Dragon Fountain.


Note: All details are correct as at the time of publishing. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information, no guarantee is given nor responsibility is taken for errors or omissions in the compilation. Readers are advised to check with the respective event organisers for the most updated schedules, venues and details.

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