5 Best Things to do in Singapore – June 2019

by | Jun 1, 2019

Branded as the City in a Garden with half a million trees amid its urban sprawl, adventures are lurking beneath its swanky skyscrapers and luxury malls. Singapore is not that boring, you just need to ask the right people. Here at Discoverist.sg, we check out the latest buzz for the month of June and here’s what to look out for:  

1. Adventure Cove Waterpark

Singapore is perpetually warm and humid all year round with occasional bouts of rain. Instead of dreading the heat wave, we think it’s a good time to be out for a splashing good time!

Located off Singapore’s southern coast, Sentosa island boasts a myriad of attractions and one of them is a mega aquatic playground.

Enter Adventure Cove Waterpark where you can choose to laze the day away on the peaceful Adventure River or be an aquatic daredevil on the high-speed waterslides! Plus, you can even feel like a mermaid at the Rainbow Reef which has 20,000 tropical fish underwater. Sounds like a perfect destination for aquatic enthusiasts! You don’t have to travel to nearby islands to snorkel with tropical fishes! 

There is a 10% off for tourists who are visiting Adventure Cove Waterpark! Find out more here.

Where: 8 Sentosa Gateway, 098269

2. JEWEL Changi Airport’s Canopy Park

There are no mountains in Singapore but who’s to say that you can’t have action-packed adventures among the trees and— in an air-conditioned environment?

Enter JEWEL Changi Airport, Singapore’s latest lifestyle destination which offers a multifaceted experience that appeals to nature lovers, shopaholics and foodies. Apart from the world’s tallest indoor waterfall, which is the centre of attention in Singapore and abroad, JEWEL continues to fascinate visitors with first-of-its-kind indoor playground at the topmost level (Level 5) slated to be opened on 10 June to the public.

The Canopy Park at level 5 is two times as big as a football field, featuring play attractions, gardens, walking trails and dining outlets in air-conditioned comfort. The play attractions are designed with activities that are traditionally conducted outdoors but are now brought to an indoor environment to be enjoyed under all weather conditions.

So look out for larger-than-life slides, animal topiaries, bouncy sky net and hedge maze!

Where: 78 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819666

3. Explore Asian Cinema at Oldham Theatre

Come enjoy the art of Asian cinema at Oldham Theatre in the newly revamped National Archives of Singapore building from 7 June to 21 July 2019.

State of Motion 2019 by Asian Film Archive features a line-up of Asian horror films from the 1950s to 2000s. It is a cinematic exploration of monsters and folklore who have entertained and united us through our fear.

Don’t miss the cult classic movie of the 1950s, Godzilla, Japan’s first monster film that has turned into a global phenomenon.

The Asian Film Archive was founded in January 2005 as a non-profit organisation to preserve the rich film heritage of Singapore and Asian Cinema. 

Where: National Archives of Singapore, 1 Canning Rise, Singapore 179868 

For more information about the film screening, visit the official website at stateofmotion.sg

4. Japanese Summer Festival at Resorts World Sentosa 

Image of RWS Summer Matsuri 2019 courtesy of Resorts World Sentosa

Japanese Summer Festival is happening for the first time in Resorts World Sentosa from 6 June to 9 June.  You can now enjoy a taste of Japan and its summer vibes at our very own shores without having to hop onto a flight! 

RWS Summer Matsuri festival will take place across four days and admission is free for all. Expect a variety of Japanese delicacies, cultural performances and photo opportunities.

Where: Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269

5. Dance Away at Ultra Singapore

EDM fans unite! Ultra Music Festival returns as a two-day festival in Singapore on 8 and 9 June. This year marked its fourth edition featuring world-class EDM DJs like Martin Garrix and Skrillex.

Ultra Singapore is the biggest dance party of the year which have seen over 40,000 ravers at the Ultra Park. 

Apart from the trippy beats and epic stage designs, festival goers can expect alcoholic bubble tea concoction by LiHo, the official Lifestyle Tea Partner of Ultra Singapore 2019. 

Where:  B2 Sands Expo and Convention Centre Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018971

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