June School Holidays 2024 | Indulge in Art and Adventure!

June School Holidays 2024 Ideas
The Lantern by Josephine Pun Tsz Kiu at i Light Singapore 2024 is a luminous pavilion that kids would love to explore. (Images courtesy of i Light Singapore 2024)

It’s the third week of May and that means … the June school holidays are just days away! Singapore’s “summer break” is starting soon.

If you’re wondering where to head for fun and games this June, here are a couple of activity and excursion suggestions. The vibrant city we are, there’s no shortage of fun, educational, and artistic experiences this June for everyone to enjoy.

The New Houbii Spot Singapore | Places to Visit for June School Holidays
Houbii Spot Singapore reopens with two thrilling new courses.

1. Unleased Your Inner Tarzan at Houbii Spot Singapore

This recommendation is for young thrill-seekers and those craving a taste of jungle adventure in the heart of Singapore this June school holidays.

Houbii Spot Singapore at the Singapore Zoo swung back into action in early May after a major revamp. Situated just a brief 4-minute walk from KidzWorld and in close proximity to the iconic Ah Meng statue, Houbii Spot promises double the fun with a reimagined rope course that’s twice the size of its former.

The young ones and the young at heart can moreover look forward to the all-new ‘Tarzan’ obstacle, which promises to be an exhilarating experience for the whole family.

Here are the thrilling courses to bring out the inner Tarzan in your child! Please note that a separate zoo admission ticket is required to reach Houbii Spot. The attraction is also open from 10 am daily, with last entries at 5:15 pm.

The Real Thing: Where Inner Tarzans Reach New Heights!

Test your mettle on the 74 heart-pounding obstacles at The Real Thing – a haven for adventure enthusiasts above 120cm! With towering tyres, swinging hula hoops, suspended boat obstacles, and classic wooden planks and ropes that demand balance and agility, this dynamic landscape guarantees an adventure brimming with excitement.

Prepare, too, to embark on an enchanting journey as you discover Houbii Spot’s latest addition: the thrilling Tarzan obstacle. This unique feature allows participants to experience a thrilling self-propelled glide, navigating across platforms using one’s own momentum.

This groundbreaking addition elevates The Real Thing to new heights by promoting physical prowess and resilience in a meticulously safe and controlled environment. Get ready to unleash your inner jungle explorer and conquer Tarzan like never before!


  • Climbers above 120cm: SGD 25/-
  • Accompanying Adult: SGD 13/-

Mini Course for the Little Adventurers

For adventurers below 120 cm (5 years and below), Houbii Spot has a specially designed “Mini Course” featuring 14 obstacles. This miniature marvel isn’t just about size, too, it’s about maximising the fun! Created specially for family bonding, parents can stand shoulder-to-shoulder with their little dynamos throughout this exciting escapade.


Recommended for age 3 and above, below 120 cm: SGD 20/-

Annual Membership and Reopening Special

Just to highlight, for just SGD 70 per climber, you enjoy six months of non-stop thrills with unlimited access to Houbii’s rope courses. There are also bundled offers starting from SGD 135 for 2 climbers, making it an affordable choice for groups seeking fun together!

Membership furthermore unlocks local and international perks, including sweet discounts with various vendors accessible through the exclusive membership portal.

All existing members also stand to enjoy the Unlimited Adventure membership at SGD 56 per climber. (U.P. SGD 70) when they sign up before Aug 25, 2024. In celebration of the reopening, Houbii is offering a complimentary additional 2 months’ membership too.

Art For Good 2024 | Frasers Property Singapore Malls
Be an artistic force for good at Frasers Property Singapore’s Art For Good initiative.

2. Create Art For Good at Frasers Property Singapore Malls

This June holiday, Frasers Property Singapore invites you to join Art For Good, their annual initiative aimed at fostering greater inclusiveness through co-creating art, which will run from May 24 to July 28, 2024.

Art For Good will feature a range of family-friendly activities at nine malls of Frasers Property Singapore island-wide. Through partnerships and programmes with both established and emerging artists, Art For Good and its theme #EveryoneIsAble aim to bring people of all abilities together to co-create, explore, and learn about inclusivity and diversity.

Highlights include:

Paint It Forward | Frasers Property Singapore
Paint It Foward begins on May 28, 2024.

Paint It Forward

Paint It Forward features art jamming sessions with artwork inspired by five talented artists on the autism spectrum from The Art Faculty, the social enterprise by Autism Resource Centre (Singapore).

Simply donate SGD 10 per participant to take part, and Frasers Property Singapore will donate another SGD 10 for each completed canvas to raise funds for a worthy cause. All proceeds will go to Community Chest in support of art programmes for persons with disabilities. Selected merchandise from The Art Faculty will also be available for sale at pop-up stores, with all proceeds going to The Art Faculty and their artists.

The Art Faculty Merchandise
The Art Faculty merchandise.

To register for Paint It Forward, visit https://www.frasersexperience.com/book/PIF24.

All sessions are designed to be inclusive, accessible, and wheelchair-friendly regardless of age, ability, or background so that everyone can enjoy a comfortable and meaningful experience. Designated calm spaces will be available within the event space for those with sensory needs too.

Lastly, participants will receive a painting kit along with a specially designed canvas outline of their choice inspired by The Art Faculty artists – Grace Ong, Joshua Chiang, Foo Thong Keen, Ezra Chan Yi, and Nurul Amirah Binte Zain.

A Stroll in the Painting | Frasers Property Singapore
Schedule for A Stroll in the Painting.

A Stroll in the Painting

A Stroll in the Painting takes place in July, not the June school holidays, but well, it’s still something to keep a lookout for.

A life-sized installation depicts the bustling marketplaces of the 1960s – 1970s will be visiting different Frasers Property Singapore malls throughout July 2024. Hand-painted by Singaporean self-taught heritage mural artist Yip Yew Chong and presented by National Gallery Singapore, visitors can enjoy interactive storytelling sessions while admiring Yip’s nostalgic artwork, as well as meet with the artist throughout July.

Science Centre Singapore Jun 2024 Activities
Science Centre Singapore Jun 2024 activities.

3. Tinkerfest , a Mess-ive Science Party, and Magic Festival at Science Centre Singapore

I recently revisited Science Centre Singapore after not stepping in for over 20 years, and yup, the Centre is still as enjoyable as ever, with lots and lots of fun, engaging, and educational exhibitions that will delight adults and children alike.

If you’re thinking of visiting the Centre this June school holidays, there are three special events happening in the earlier part of June. These are:


For: Ages 5 and up

Date: May 20 – Jun 14, 2024

Time: 10.30 am – 12.30 pm | 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm

Venue: Science Centre Singapore & KidsSTOP™

Fees: Complimentary and paid activities available

Get ready to craft, bake, and bloom at this artsy extravaganza! Dive into the craft garden and unleash your creativity by crafting insect bots, moulding clay art keychains, baking delectable treats, and much more.


KidsSTOP™’s 10th Birthday: Mess-ive Science Party

For: 2 – 8 years old

Date: May31 – Jun 9, 2024          

Time: AM Session: 10 am – 1 pm | PM Session: 2 pm – 5 pm

Venue: KidsSTOP™

Fees: From SGD15

Don’t miss KidsSTOP™’s largest party for June! From sensorial science activities to mind-blowing performances, spark curiosity and ignite a passion for science in your child.


Science Centre Singapore Magic Festival 2024
SCS’s first magic festival will feature performances, workshops, and mesmerising exhibits.

Science Centre Magic Festival


Date: Jun 15 – 16, 2024

Time: Various timings for events. Begins at 11 am.

Venue: Annexe Hall 1

Fees: SGD 25 Day Pass, SGD 40 Two-Day Pass. The pass includes general admission and SGD 5 Curiosity Shop voucher.

Science Centre Singapore’s first-ever Magic Festival will be an enthralling event that delves into the fascinating intersection of magic and science. Scheduled over two days in mid-June, the Magic Festival will be a captivating experience perfect for attendees of all ages.

At the heart of the event are nine Singapore magicians, who will showcase the mesmerizing world of magic and the role of science. Through a series of mind-bending illusions and spellbinding performances, audiences will gain a deeper understanding of the scientific concepts that underpin the art of magic.

The festival will moreover host interactive workshops, thought-provoking panel discussions, and exhibits. Workshops such as the Magic of Math & Science workshop will break down the science behind classic magic tricks, unraveling the illusions and transforming the seemingly impossible into a celebration of STEM+ learning.

Attendees can also take part in the Magic Panel Discussion supported by the Singapore Association of Magicians. This discussion will explore the magicians’ journey into magic, their source of inspiration, and share insights into the thriving local magic scene.


Antoine de Saint Exupéry: When a Prince takes Flight | Alliance Française de Singapour
Celebrating the Legacy of Antoine de Saint Exupéry, author of The Little Prince.

4. When a Prince takes Flight at Alliance Française de Singapour

This free exhibition started at the beginning of May, but given its fascinating subject matter and the fact that it’s the only exhibition of its kind in the world, it’s well worth a visit during this June school holidays.

Antoine de Saint Exupéry: When a Prince takes Flight by Alliance Française de Singapour is a remarkable exhibition celebrating the author behind the beloved children’s classic, The Little Prince. Running from May 3 to Jul 31, 2024, and part of the French Excellence programme Saint Exupéry, the exhibition pays tribute to Antoine de Saint Exupéry on the 80th anniversary of his disappearance. It is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore his legacy through a rare collection of exclusive artefacts, including first drafts of manuscripts, handwritten letters, original drawings, and personal belongings, all on loan from the Saint Exupéry Foundation.

Antoine de Saint Exupéry: When a Prince takes Flight
The exhibition is divided into three thematic sections.

Thoughtfully divided into three thematic sections – Adventurer, Writer, and WWII Hero – the exhibition offers an immersive exploration of Saint Exupéry’s extraordinary life and enduring legacy. Guests are invited on a captivating journey through the exhibition, where they can uncover a wealth of artefacts.

Each discovery resembles an exciting treasure hunt with the true pinnacle being Exupéry’s engraved name bracelet, discovered at sea in 1998 on the site of his tragic plane crash towards the end of the Second World War. This remarkable artefact, discovered on Sep 7, 1998, by fisherman Jean-Claude Bianco off the creeks of Marseille, was offered to Antoine de Saint Exupéry by Consuelo, the author’s wife, in 1942 when they were in New York.

Creative Workshops

In addition to the exhibitions, there will be six workshops offering creative pursuits such as coloured sand drawing and wooden plane building with Just Fly It, fostering creativity in both adults and children alike.

Engaging talks led by Lise De Rocquigny, a journalist and author, will explore various aspects of travel, including firsthand experiences, anecdotes, and insights into the creation of travel guides, Renowned writer and illustrator of children’s books, Satomi Ichikawa, will also share her experiences and inspirations, allowing guests to glimpse into her travelling notebooks and witness her drawings and sketches firsthand.

Further adding dynamic flair to the programming via live performances will be Hossan Leong, the famous comedian who will captivate audiences with his storytelling of characters from The Little Prince.

Lastly, a mesmerising piano recital by Nour Ayadi will enchant listeners with her exceptional talent and grace, promising an unforgettable afternoon of music.

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Bounce Into Summer Fun at Marina Square
Bounce into summer fun this June school holiday at Marina Square

5. A Fiesta of Creativity, Workshops, and Fun at Marina Square

Experience fun for the whole family at Marina Square this June, where bouncy castles, creative workshops, silent cinema, and a plethora of shopping and dining deals await.

Jumptopia Lite | Marina Square
Jumptopia Lite is happening at Marina Square Central Atrium from May 29 to Jun 17, 2024.

Jumptopia Lite Bouncy Feats

Marina Square invites the whole family to release their imaginative energy at Jumptopia Lite from May 29 May to Jun 17 at the Central Atrium. Two inflatable lands—Bell’s Soya Bliss and Happy’s Whimsical Haven— will provide a magical setting with scaling slides and seas of soya bean bubble-like ocean balls.

Children from 1 to 12 years old can access the inflatable playground for 30 minutes at SGD 12 and 1 hour at SGD 18 respectively. One supervising adult can join for free for children up to the age of 12, with tickets for each subsequent adult at SGD 8 for 30 minutes or SGD 12 for 1 hour.

* Children under the age of 1 may enter with a single-paying adult.

Opening Hours: 10 am to 8 pm (Sundays to Thursdays) | 10 am to 9 pm (Fridays and Saturdays)

Candy PlayLand

The fun continues with Candy PlayLand at the Marina Foyer from Jun 18 to 23, 2024, from 11.30 am to 8.30 pm. This colourful attraction offers a whirlwind of sweet inflatable fun, featuring peppermints, candy canes, and gumdrops galore.

Visitors can also unlock 10 minutes of free playtime by downloading the Marina Square App and registering to be a member.

Foster Future Artists at Marina Square’s Creative Workshops

Budding young Picassos can cultivate their artistic spirit this June with creative workshops held weekly at the mall. From blending soft pastels to handicrafts and terrarium making, there is something for every budding artist! (Sign up at the Marina Square Customer Service Counter with limited seats on a first-come-first-served basis)

Faber-Castell Soft Pastel Workshop (Suitable for 7 to 12 years old)
Sunday, Jun 9, 2024, 3:30 pm (approximately 1 to 1.5 hours)
SGD 35 per child

Step into the enchanting world of “Beary Love” in this Faber-Castell Soft Pastel Workshop, guided by Pastel Nagomi Art instructor Zu Wee. Participants will learn to create an adorable bear character artwork using soft pastels from Faber-Castell and just their fingers. Artists will also be provided with 1 set of Faber-Castell Soft pastel art starter kit worth SGD 36.70, and a 15” x 15” photo frame worth SGD 57. Children below 7 years old are advised to be accompanied by an adult.

CocoArt’s Key Chain/Clips Making Workshop
CocoArt’s Key Chain/Clips Making Workshop.

CocoArt’s Key Chain/Clips Making Workshop (Suitable for 5 to 12 years old)
Saturday, Jun 15, 2024, 3 pm & 5 pm (approximately 40 minutes)
SGD 20 per child

Embark on an exciting crafting journey with CocoArt’s Key Chain or Clips Making Workshop, where each participant can make 4 items including a mix of keychains and hairclips to match their unique personalities. Children can choose from a variety of adorable characters and sparkling gems.

Elmer’s Rainbow Melting Slime Workshop (Suitable for 4 to 12 years old)
Saturday, Jun 22, 2024, 2:30 pm & 4:30 pm (approximately 1 hour)
SGD 28 per child

Discover the gooey world of slime at the Elmer’s Slime Workshop by Ink & Sacs! Craft your own unique slime masterpiece, and add glitter and charm to personalize colourful creations. This hands-on workshop promises a fun-filled and interactive experience.

Love in a Bottle Terrarium Workshop (Suitable for 7 to 12 years old)
Sunday, Jun 23, 2024, 3 pm (approximately 40 minutes)
SGD 20 per team

Form an adult & child team and bring an 800ml jar with a cover to join at SGD 20 per team, or top-up an additional SGD 10 to purchase a jar in-store. Each team will construct their adorable self-sustaining mini ecosystem and have the option of selecting 2-3 charming figurines to accompany their plants.

Immerse in a Silent Cinema Experience

Friday, Jun 14, 2024, 4:30 pm: Kungfu Panda 3, Marina Foyer Atrium
Saturday, Jun 15, 2024, 7:30 pm: Toy Story 4, Outdoor Deck (L2)   

Relax and unwind in front of the big silver screen for some prime bonding time, while enjoying popular movies with complimentary popcorn.

Marina Square partners with Cinewav to present silent screenings of 2 fan-favourite movies—you simply need to bring your smartphone and headphones/earbuds to connect to the HD audio through the Cinewav App which plays in sync with the movie.

Movie e-tickets can be secured via the Cinewav app, on a first-come-first-served basis.

* Must bring own phone and headphones.

** Outdoor movie screening will be changed to indoor screening in the event of wet weather. 

Greater Savings Exclusively for Marina Square Rewards Members

Lots of deals and savings await parents who are Marina Square Rewards Members. The first 2,500 members to spend a minimum of SGD 120 at the mall can redeem a SGD 10 eVoucher by presenting physical receipts at the Marina Square Customer Service Counter. Membership can also be created via the Marina Square app. (Up to 3 same-day receipts and limited to 1 redemption per member per day.

With a minimum spend of SGD 50 at any kids’ outlet, Marina Square Rewards Members can redeem a complimentary admission ticket to Jumptopia Lite worth SGD 18+, up to two tickets’ redemption per member, and limited to the first 200 redemptions. Each ticket admits one adult and one child for 1 hour of playtime.

foodpanda June 2024 Recommendations
Have a great June school holiday, at home, with foodpanda home deliveries.

6. Fun at Home With All That You Need Delivered by foodpanda

Having fun this June school holiday 2024 doesn’t necessarily involve an outdoor adventure, thanks to convenient home delivery services.

From science experiments to kid-friendly cooking recipes, foodpanda provides plenty of opportunities for all to engage with their creativity and bond as a family. Here are three fun-filled activities for the school holidays using household supplies and items delivered straight to your doorstep by Pau Pau and gang.

1. Gardening Projects for Little Greenfingers 

From seed to bloom, this one-month “Singapore summer school holiday” is the perfect time to kick-start a gardening project with your kids.

Aspiring green thumbs can uncover a new appreciation for their fruits and vegetables by learning to grow their own crops. From a GreenSpade Organic Seed Starter from D’Spring Flowers to gardening tools from 1 Florist & Gifts, foodpanda shops brings seasoned horticulturists and first-time gardeners all the supplies they’ll need in one place.

From left: GreenSpade Organic Seed Starter from D’Spring Flowers, Iron Shovel (Plastic Handle) 26 cm (L) x 8 cm (W) | 200 g from 1 Florist & Gifts, both available on foodpanda shops.

2. Culinary Adventures for the Family

Kid-friendly cooking and baking recipes provide a perfect distraction for afternoons at home. If you’re looking for your next weekend adventure, turn your kitchen into a makeshift pizza parlour with personalised pizzas for every family member.

For a smaller weekday activity, animal fruit platters are a great way to unleash creativity whilst encouraging healthy eating. Available exclusively on pandamart, foodpanda’s new house brand bright offers an array of fresh fruit, vegetables, meats, and other ingredients for any family meal.

3. Family Game Nights

For an evening of quality family time, swap the screens for the old-fashioned fun of board games. Aside from popular classics such as Monopoly and Scrabble, families of all sizes and ages can find common ground in discovering exciting new games like The Singaporean Dream from Food Folks @ Lau Pa Sat on foodpanda shops.

(Images by foodpanda)

LEGOLAND Malaysia Brick Fest
BRICK FEST at LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort

7. LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort’s BRICK FEST

This event has already started, so it’s time to make your way there if you haven’t!

Across the Causeway, that is.

All young adventurers, city heroes, and kingdom dreamers are formally invited to LEGOLAND Malaysia’s BRICK FEST, a 3-month LEGO extravaganza that will last from May 21 to Sep 22, 2024.

Spanning 126 days, this celebration is one of the biggest events of the year for the resort and promises endless fun and excitement for LEGO fans of all ages.

Three unique worlds spanning the months will be up for exploration, too, with these being:

May 21 – Jun 30: Be an Explorer! Embark on an Egyptian expedition, uncover ancient treasures, and build magnificent LEGO pyramids – or cats!

Jul 1 – Aug 11: Be a LEGO City Hero! Join the LEGO City Police or Fire Department, and train with the LEGO academy to help restore peace to the city.

Aug 12 – Sep 22: Be a Kingdom Fan! Create your own castles and swords, and solidify your spot in the Royal Parade. Don your mightiest knight outfits or shimmering princess gowns.

Design Your Own LEGO Race Car | LEGOLAND Malaysia
Will you LEGO Racer be a winner?

Endless Fun and Adventures Await!

BRICK FEST is also packed with activities that will ignite imaginations and keep everyone entertained for hours on end:

  • Design and Race Your Own LEGO Race Car: Unleash your inner engineer at the Racer’s Workshop! Build custom LEGO racers and test them on thrilling tracks. Who will be crowned the champion?
  • Be Part of A Record-Breaking LEGO Domino Trail: Contribute to a massive LEGO Domino trail and watch it all come down in a spectacular chain reaction!
  • Minifigure Trading: Make new friends and expand your LEGO collection through fun minifigure trading.
  • Experimenting with Different Designs: Engage in various building activities to personalise your creations with LEGO bricks and LEGO DOTS elements

Unlock the full BRICK FEST Experience with an Annual Pass!

Just to highlight, Singaporeans can maximise the fun at LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort with the annual pass, the gateway to unlimited LEGO adventures throughout BRICK FEST and beyond.

LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort Website

i Light Singapore 2024
i Light Singapore 2024 embraces green, the colour of nature and our environment.

8. i Light Singapore 2024

Update: i Light Singapore 2024 Preview Pics

Am I right to say that i Light Singapore is nowadays the biggest mid-year event in Singapore? The most beautiful too?

I don’t know how you feel about past editions but i Light Singapore 2024, happening from May 31 to June 23, promises an enchanting and dazzling experience for all. The tenth edition of Asia’s largest sustainable light festival will be embracing the theme of Cyclical Nature and the colour green, the latter, a wavelength on the visible light spectrum that symbolises nature and our environment. (And for us DC fans, willpower)

For the first time ever, the festive grounds will also include Tanjong Pagar as a satellite site. The following is a selection of the contemplative and interactive artworks to look forward to this year, many of which, in my opinion, are superb for conveying the important message of sustainability to children.

There are too many for me to list in detail, so I urge you to have a look at the iLSG2024 official website too.

i Light Singapore 2024 @ Marina Bay
Top: Kinetic Perspective. Bottom: Liminal;Minimal & Spin Me a Yarn. (Images courtesy of i Light Singapore 2024)

Marina Bay Main Festive Ground Highlights

Spin Me a Yarn byUnited Kingdom-based Studio Vertigo will feature larger-than-life yarn balls that are intertwined with their surroundings, signalling how yarn preparation by the fashion industry contributes significantly to global pollution.

Kinetic Perspective by Spain-based Juan Fuentes Studio, located at the Marina Bay Sands Event Plaza, is made out of upcycled iron remnants from industrial sources and inspired by optical illusions. The circles move continuously to create infinite combinations, transforming the familiar into something extraordinary.

Liminal;Minimal by Singapore University of Technology and Design students Benjamin Lim and Yeo Soon Yii, near the Red Dot Museum, will be installed using repurposed materials from building sites and spotlights the issue of construction waste. Juxtaposed against the cityscape along the Marina Bay waterfront promenade, it serves as a reminder for more sustainable practices in the face of rapid urban development.

i Light Singapore 2024 | June School Holiday Excursion
Top: Hidden Garden & Kickit Team Tennis. Bottom: Modern Guru and the Path to Artificial Happiness. (Images courtesy of i Light Singapore 2024).

Aesthetic and Interactive Artworks at Satellite Locations

Around Guoco Tower and Orchid Hotel, marvel at BottleBloomsby Singaporean artist Yun. The artwork is a captivating display of solar-powered plastic blossoms upcycled from approximately 1,000 polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles from a public collection drive, demonstrating the transformative potential of discarded materials.

At the DTP Community Green, delight in Kickit Team Tennis, an interactive light installation by Hungary-based artist collective Limelight. Two teams of up to five a side can put their agility to the test in a game reminiscent of tennis, where players on two ends kick the illuminated balls and send delightful light paths across a field.

Hidden Garden by Koros Design at Tras Link Park features trees dressed up with light art inflatables that resemble different flower species, as a tribute to the beautiful flora and fauna in beautiful Singapore.

Returning as a satellite site this year, South Beach will play host to Lumi, a dynamic artwork shaped like a meandering river by art collective 65 SQM @ SUSA SPACE. Situated at the Fountain Plaza, visitors are invited to sit on illuminated yoga balls wrapped in upcycled net fabric. The balls can be moved.

South Beach will also play host to The Lantern by Josephine Pun Tsz Kiu from the National University of Singapore, a luminous pavilion ingeniously upcycled from over 5,000 plastic bottles. This glowing installation symbolises renewal while serving as a sobering reminder of the waste we generate.

Over at Millenia Walk – also a returning satellite site –the larger-than-life Modern Guru and the Path to Artificial Happiness by Australia-based art and technology studio ENESS brings visitors on an immersive journey featuring whimsical inflatables, before meeting the Modern Guru who reminds us all to seek contentment in the present.

Exciting Programmes to Embrace Sustainable Living This June School Holidays

In addition to evocative artworks, visitors can also participate in an array of exciting programmes that promote and celebrate sustainable living this June school holidays.

For the first time, iLSG has partnered sustainable lifestyle event The Conscious Festival to introduce a series of wellness workshops, transformative talks, a bootcamp for conscious leadership, music performances, and an outdoor marketplace. At The Conscious Festival x iLSG, visitors are also invited to reflect on mindfulness and rediscover connections with one another as well as the Earth that sustains us. 

Last but not least, the popular Festival Village GastroBeats will make its return with a plethora of culinary delights and musical experiences at the Bayfront Event Space! This year, a wide range of more sustainably-produced food items will be on offer, such as The Curry Club’s Mumbai Pav Bun made of mixed vegetables from organic farms and locally-sourced buns; Papi’s Taco’s Yaca Pibil Taco that uses jackfruit as a unique meat alternative; and the Braised Pork Spring Roll by 8 Degrees Taiwanese Bistro stuffed with locally-sourced tofu, black fungus, mushroom and egg.

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Looking for fun and adventure this June school holiday? Check out these attractions, events, and artistic workshops.

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