Best Things To Do In Singapore This Weekend 14th- 16th June


WHAT’S ON Having a good time in Singapore this weekend?

There are so many fascinating things to do in June, as well as hip cafes, pubs, and restaurants, in our city. It’s almost the Father’s Day weekend, how quickly time has passed! Have you purchased a gift for Dad yet? Think of taking him on an excursion around Pulau Ubin or out for a delicious bowl of kolo mee. Don’t forget to stay up to speed with our most recent events and news! Check out these awesome activities in Singapore to make the most of your weekend.

1. Gastrobeats 2024

This year’s Gastrobeats are all about food, fun, and funk! This month-long people’s festival offers many exciting games, live bands, and delicious food for weeks of entertainment. Discover the vibrant variety of Singaporean culture with 50 regional cuisine sellers, gifted local musicians, and kid-friendly carnival attractions. Did we also mention that everyone can enter for free?

Address 12A Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018970; the address is Gastrobeats 2024.


2. Kubo at Tipsy Hippo

Kubo To be honest, when we learned that Kubo was leaving its residence on Robertson Quay, we were all disappointed. But do not worry! You may catch chef Kurt Sombero at Tipsy Hippo for a pop-up if you haven’t had a chance to sample his inventive dishes. His new Tiki-inspired dishes combine premium, all-natural ingredients with his culinary heritage. Kubo’s fried chicken, roasted banana cannoli, five-spiced beef sliders, curry chicken and potatoes, and soy-glazed pork belly are all must-tries.

Address:Kubo at Tipsy Hippo, 81 Clemenceau Avenue, Singapore 239917, #01-15/16/17, UE Square


3. Sip: Vino Volta’s Garth Cliff

Have you yet to learn about Dempsey’s best-kept secret? We can’t think of anything more enjoyable than trying a variety of wines in this opulent community. Come taste seven wines from the legendary Vino Volta winery this weekend. Renowned for its experimental wines, this western Australian winery explores grape varietals best suited to the warm region. Small batches are made, concentrating on Grenache and Chenin Blanc.

Address: At 71 Loewen Road, Deviate Wine Bar, #01-06, Garth Cliff from Vino Volta, Singapore 248847

Vino Volta's Garth Cliff

4. Activities: Beats Sundowner & Aperol Spritz

You heard it here first: the hottest party is set to take over Aperol Marina Bay Sands’ rooftop. Visit Ce La Vi to experience Aperol’s Spritz & Beats Festival, where you can enjoy plenty of tipples, fun music, and positive vibes. The vibrant and zesty flavors of the classic aperitif make it a much-loved classic. Enjoy an immersive environment, tabletop games, beer specials, and local DJs spinning tunes as you sip.

Address: Ce La Vi, Marina Bay Sands, 1 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018971; Aperol Spritz & Beats Sundowner


5. Eat: On Friday, June 14, Open Farm Community and Bochinche will host a six-course charity dinner.

Open Farm Community will be initiating a series of collaborative dinners as part of an endeavor to increase awareness and understanding of charities in Singapore. Visit Bochinche to begin with for a carefully planned charity meal benefiting Singapore’s Rare Disorders Society patients. Savor a six-course meal that includes grilled octopus, Argentinean “Gorina” tenderloin, and chicken heart skewers cured with Koji. Bochinche’s six-course charity dinner, Open Farm Community x Bochinche,

Address: Bochinche, 27 Club Street, Singapore 069413

Open Farm Community and Bochinche will host a six-course charity dinner.

6. Exhibition: Pagoda Odyssey 1915: From Shanghai to San Francisco Odyssey of the Pagoda, 1915.

This show brings together a collection of hand-carved model pagodas that have been separated for more than a century, from Shanghai to San Francisco. The intricate models, which draw inspiration from actual buildings, capture the variety of famous monuments throughout history. You’ll be treated to a glimpse of the sophisticated Shangai and San Francisco at the start of the 1900s with this exhibition.

Address:1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555

Pagoda Odyssey 1915

7. Enjoy fantastic fun all weekend long at VivoCity

Searching for activities to engage your toddlers in? No feather to be seen! VivoCity is going through a significant change. This Mickey and Friends-themed mall takeover features Donald Duck’s spectacular birthday celebration. So many enjoyable activities! Take photos with Donald’s boisterous nephews, Daisy Duck’s Peranakan-inspired shophouse, and a five-meter-tall installation in the open plaza. Make sure to pick up some merchandise featuring Donald from the pop-up store!

Address: 1 Harbourfront Walk, Singapore 098585


8. Eat all weekend at Pazzion Cafe x Saturnbird

The charming Pazzion Cafe and the forward-thinking coffee company Saturnbird have teamed up to create a groundbreaking coffee experience. Anticipate novel twists and savory infusions that will elevate your cafe-hopping experience. Saturnbird uses a freeze-drying method to retain the beans’ inherent flavors and fragrances for a distinctive beverage. Sample some of the event-only offerings, such as the Tropical Tango, Baileys Whisper cocktail, Sunrise Serenade, and Summer Blooms.

Address: Pazzion Cafe x Saturnbird, 391 Orchard Road, Singapore 238872; B1-39/40, Takashimaya Shopping Centre.

Pazzion Cafe x Saturnbird

9. Children’s Festival

The renowned Children’s Festival at Gardens by the Bay is returning for its tenth year, perfect for the June vacation! Inside Out 2 enthusiasts may anticipate a plethora of themed events, such as an open-air carnival and expansive installations. Allow your children to learn about their feelings through play. With a memory orb, you may reminisce about your time spent together. Your child will love the doodle wall, and you can enjoy yourself on the mood swings.

Address: Supertree Grove, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953; Children’s Festival.

children's festival

10. Entertainment: Pink Screen 2024

Pink Screen 2024 The Projector’s yearly LGBTQIA+ film festival is back for a month of stunning films that showcase community voices and advocate for transgender and queer acceptance. Choose from a sultry lesbian road comedy or a noir-style movie about a drag queen who is out for revenge. We will reserve our seats for the movie Bugis Street, which was formerly prohibited in Singapore for two decades. It is set in a bygone age of Singaporean history and is rife with socio-cultural satire that holds true to this day.

Address: Pink Screen 2024 at several locations, such as Cineleisure and the Golden Mile Tower


11. Eat Boeuf’s new Weekend Free Flow

Fortunately for you, Boeuf has just unveiled its newest, grand menu update! 90 minutes of bottomless Argentinian Black Angus ribeye steak, slim fries, toast with butter, and cream spinach are now included in the weekend free flow. For forty-eight dollars?

Address: Singapore 068614, 159 Telok Ayer Street, Boeuf’s new Weekend Free Flow


12. Fleurette’s last menu for spring.

As Fleurette prepares to close its doors in mid-June, it will host its last spring menu in memory of the late chef Tariq, who passed away unexpectedly in April. The meal honors the brilliant flavors and consistently high caliber that chef Tariq provided to Fleurette. For a final taste of Chef Tariq’s legacy and skill, book a reservation and enjoy his blend of French techniques and Singaporean sensibilities.

Address: The last spring meal at Fleurette’s, 204 Rangoon Road, Singapore 218451 Activities in Singapore for JuneWHAT’S ON Excite yourself with June events!


13. Wa! Fest

This showcase, which is put on by Little Farms and Invest and Trade Western Australia, offers the greatest wine and food from Western Australia. Western Australia is home to a wide variety of products breathtaking coastlines and varied landscapes. Attend a wine-tasting event to sample wine in a relaxed atmosphere and learn about wine. Alternatively, stop over during the food and wine festival to restock on goods like kombucha, pure honey, milk, and Angus beef.

Address: Wa! Fest is located at several sites, such as Little Farms Tanglin Mall and Little Farms Cafe

Wa Fest

14. I Light Singapore 2024 Spin Me a Yarn by Studio Vertigo

Are you ready to take a road trip through Marina Bay to see this year’s i Light Singapore shows? i Light Singapore will be going even bigger for its 10th edition, with its first stop in the Tanjong Pagar area. There will be 17 works of art by 25 artists that are all about nature’s cycles and the color green. You can interact with exhibits like the Kickit Team Tennis or look at works like BottleBlooms that are made from recycled materials.Address: i Light Singapore 2024, in a number of places, such as Marina Bay, South Beach, Millenia Walk, and Tanjong Pagar

I Light Singapore 2024 Spin Me a Yarn by Studio Vertigo

15. Things to do this weekend: The Xperience

In Clarke Quay, there is a pop-up place called The Xperience where you can enjoy good food, fun, and good vibes. On the new Rollermania 4.0, put on your kneepads and enjoy some sweets at Singapore’s first White Rabbit candy pop-up shop. At the Xmmersive Games, where carnival and arcade games await, test your gaming skills.
Address: #01-01, Block B, CQ @ Clarke Quay, 3B River Valley Road, Singapore 179021.

The Xperience singapore


Anangsha Alomyan
Anangsha Alomyan
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