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June is a month packed with lots of joyous activities and reasons for celebration. Not only it is the first long school break after local pandemic restrictions have been lifted, there’re also Father’s Day and National Family Week to look forward to!

Here are what’s in store:

NFW visual 

Image source: Families For Life

Families for Life’s National Family Week

4 – 12 June 2022
Suntec Convention Hall 403 and 404
Lot One Shoppers' Mall (Roof Garden, Level 5)
Our Tampines Hub (Festive Market, Level 1)
Northpoint City (South Atrium Wing, Level 1)

2022 is the Year of Celebrating SG Families, and Families for Life has a treat for all families this month! Bring the whole fam – including grandpa and grandma – and make your way down to Suntec Convention Halls 403 and 404 on 4 & 5 June. An exciting programme jam-packed with interactive experiences, games, workshops, marriage and parenting talks, and other family bonding activities has been lined up just for you.

NFW visual 

Image source: Families For Life

Join Becky Bunny in exploring her favourite spots and activities to learn about family values with your family. Keep a look out for the 4 fun zones while you're there - Love in Action Basketball Court, Care & Concern Garden, Commitment Station and Respect Plaza. Find out how you can show love as you shoot hoops, engage in Family Fun Talk at Bunny Diner and play many more exciting games with your loved ones. You'll also get the chance to have a meet & greet with Becky Bunny herself!

Can’t get enough? Head out to Northpoint City, Our Tampines Hub and Lot One Shoppers’ Mall for more Becky Bunny’s Adventures and family-friendly fun spread over two weeks.


National Museum of Singapore 

Image source: National Museum of Singapore

Children’s Season @ the Museums

28 May – 26 June

Step back into the past at our museums this school holiday. Learn about the lives of Singapore’s early settlers such as a rickshaw puller, amah, rubber tapper, food peddler and dhobi at the National Museum . Or hop over to the Former Ford Factory where kids can sign up for missions as fictitious characters during the Japanese Occupation of Singapore.

Singapore dragon boat 

Image source: Singapore Dragon Boat Association

Singapore Dragon Boat Festival

3 - 5 June
Passion Wave @ Bedok Reservoir

Looking for a weekend activity that blends tradition and culture with pulse-racing, heart-thrumming excitement? Bring the family down to play spectator at the Singapore Dragon Boat Festival and cheer the teams on! One of our island’s most unique cultural events, the event was put on hold for two years due to the pandemic. This year, soak in the carnival-like atmosphere as the festival returns in full regalia with rowing participants from all walks of life.

Esplanade Circus Flipside 

Image source: Esplanade

Esplanade Presents: Flipside

3 – 5 June
Various activities

Get your dose of culture as a family over at the Esplanade with a slew of one-of-a-kind workshops, free public performances and interesting hands-on activities. Explore the circus as an art form through awe-inspiring feats from professional artistes or have a go at plate spinning, diabolo, hooping or juggling yourself!

Don’t forget to catch theatre performances such as Kopitiam, a whimsical puppet performance about love and separation set in a small coffee shop by Five Stones Theatre.

i Light 

Image source: i Light Singapore 2022

i Light Singapore 2022

3 – 26 June
Marina Bay

Prefer to venture out with your loved ones after sundown? i Light Singapore returns this year to illuminate Marina Bay with a visual feast of light art installations. Curated around the theme of environmental sustainability, the event hopes to spark fresh perspectives on the environment and inspire planet-friendly habits in festival-goers.