There is sooo much going on each month in Singapore. Whether it’s things to do around town or activities for the kids, here’s our list of what’s new and happening around the city for the whole family.
Discovery Camps has introduced three fun new camps to its lineup this holidays: Life Skills (six to 12 years), Code Monkey (nine to 12 years) and Code Academy (12 to 14 years). The summer camps are happening from 3 June to 16 August (Monday to Friday, 9am to 3pm), and will be held at Lorna Whiston Schools at Parkway Parade, United Square and SJI International. Fees are from $625 to $650.
6664 8122 | discoverycamps.com
Take Some Snaps!
Leica has launched the Leica Q2, offering a range of new features and functions, including protective sealing against dust and water spray. Handmade in Germany, this all-weather number has a 47.3-megapixel full-frame sensor that captures both sharp still photos and 4K video at ISO sensitivities up to 50,000.
Family Day Out
Head to Summer Fest at Cluny Court from 13 to 16 June, and you’ll find vendors and tenants offering a mix of products for the summer season such as gifts, party, festival, beach and resort wear. The highlight is a farmers’ market with a DJ, flower bar and activities for the whole family.
Gardens by the Bay has opened a new attraction, Floral Fantasy, at Bayfront Plaza next to Bayfront MRT station. Featuring over 3,000 plants across more than 150 species, it has four diverse landscapes – Dance, Float, Waltz and Drift – each showcasing a different concept. The experience ends with a fun 4D ride simulating the flight of a dragonfly through the gardens.
Treat your little girls to a ride on the Singapore Flyer’s themed Barbie flights. In celebration of Barbie’s 60th anniversary, selected capsules will be decked out in a special pink theme until 30 June. The ride includes a mocktail and macarons. (Photo: Mattel Inc.)
Congratulations to the Tanglin Trust School Junior School, which has been accredited with the Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA) Silver by Unicef UK. Tanglin is the first school in Southeast Asia to receive this accreditation, for its commitment to promoting and realising children’s rights and encouraging mutual respect.
The FARM Store has opened its flagship store at the National Design Centre. Browse over a thousand products that are designed locally, from bags and accessories to stationery and books. The space will also host events throughout the year, including SingaPasar in August. #01-01 National Design Centre, 111 Middle Road.
Get a Family Portrait
Sister photography team Emily and Kate from Littleones Photography won the Gold award for “Favourite Photography Studio” in the Expat Living Readers’ Choice Awards for the second year running. To celebrate this and thank everyone for their support, they’re offering readers $100 off photoshoots, between now and 31 August 2019.
5 Walton Road. 6440 7568 | littleonesphotography.com
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