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The best things to do in Singapore this June

Be spoilt for choice this June with so many exciting activities on offer. Written by Vianne Chia

Cheryl Sekkappan
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Cheryl Sekkappan

We're rolling into one of the most exciting times of the year – the June school holidays. And when school's out, you can bet that there'll be tons of events about town to keep everyone occupied.

For starters, annual blockbuster events like i Light Singapore and GastroBeats are returning to light up the town with colourful installations, vibrant food streets and live gigs. There's a variety of fun family-friendly activities to check out with the kids during the school holidays too, ranging from art exhibitions to family glamping packages. And that's not all. June also marks Pride Month, so paint the town rainbow and celebrate the freedom to love with Pink Dot. 

Planning a vacation instead? Check out the best things to do in Bangkok right now and the tastiest street eats in Kuala Lumpur. Otherwise, keep scrolling for our top recommendations for all the hottest things to see and do in Singapore this June. 

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Top June events in Singapore

  • Kids
  • Festivals
  • City Hall

It's never too early to expose your little ones to art. Unlock their creativity with a multi-sensorial art adventure at National Gallery Singapore as it turns into a colossal warren of imagination. Themed Let’s Make a Better Place, the fourth edition of the Gallery Children’s Biennale decks the National Gallery Singapore with 11 art installations by artists around the world. Each installation spotlights one of four core values which include care, collaborate, imagine, and respect. These artistic concepts also highlight the relevant issues of today – in an easy-to-digest manner for kids, no less. Your young heroes can look forward to immersive experiences that go beyond imaginative play, inspiring them to take an active role in bettering the world.

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