We’ve sussed out the best new attractions in Singapore to get out of the house for.
Having an adventure to look forward to during the weekends can be a much-needed motivation to get through the week. And it doesn’t have to mean a flight out. Here, we’ve rounded up the best new attractions that Singapore has to offer in 2024.
1. Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience
Opens 3 Feb 2024
Step into a magical realm as Warner Bros. Discovery Global Themed Entertainment, Fever, and IMG unveil the enchanting Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience. Following a successful run in the UK and USA, this immersive wonderland takes you on a spellbinding journey, bringing you face-to-face with mythical creatures, from majestic Hippogriffs to mischievous Nifflers. While you’re at it, be sure to sip on Butterbeer for the ultimate wizarding experience. If you’ve ever dreamt of entering the world of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts, this is your golden ticket.
Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience, Sentosa Island Coastal Trail, Singapore 098969
2. Impressions of Monet: The Garden
12 Jul – 15 Sep 2024
Calling all botanical fans, art aficionados, and connoisseurs of Claude Monet’s art, you’ll want in on this. In the middle of this year, the Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay will blossom into an artistic haven with Impressions of Monet: The Garden. Immerse yourself in the beauty of this French renaissance painter’s timeless artworks and the picturesque landscapes of his Giverny gardens. This multi-experiential display combines a digital journey through Monet’s art and a floral spectacle that brings his masterpieces to life. We’re banking on this to be one of Singapore’s most stunning new attractions in 2024.
Impressions of Monet: The Garden, Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
3. Ride the Beat at Skyline Luge
Lights, camera, action: we bet you haven’t zipped down the Luge like this! Experience the world’s first Skyline Luge accompanied by the hottest beats and dazzling illuminated tracks at Ride the Beat. Ride the soundwaves as turntablists bring the club to the neon-lit tracks every Friday and Saturday from 7pm to 9pm. Its launch party saw an exhilarating bash with Afterlife by AIKO Collective, and we hear that more exciting musical and DJ collabs are set to take the stage throughout the year. Helmets at the ready…
Ride the Beat, Skyline Luge, 1 Imbiah Road, Singapore 099692
4. Cosford Container Park
East side, best side? Well, one thing’s for sure: the East definitely has a new gastronomic haven to hit up. Touted as the largest outdoor F&B container park in Singapore, Cosford Container Park features 13 stalls with a spacious dining area and panoramic views of Changi Airport’s landing strip. Sure, you might be feeling FOMO not hopping on flight out, but you can comfort yourself with the delicious grub and a cocktail or two. The charm of dining al fresco while spotting planes overhead at a former World War II artillery site is tough to beat. Besides, there’s live music to amp up your hangout sesh – so gather your pals and plan a night out, stat.
Cosford Container Park, 30 Cosford Road, Singapore 499550
5. Rainforest Wild
Opening in 2024
Originally slated for a 2022 debut, Rainforest Wild’s opening was rescheduled to 2024, which means we’re keeping our eyes peeled for updates. Promising to be an immersive experience featuring habitats like rainforests, mangrove forests, and wetlands, this new attraction is part of the larger Mandai Wildlife Reserve, comprising the Singapore Zoo, Bird Paradise and more. This multi-sensory experience is expected to include a new rehabilitation centre for rescued wild animals in Singapore, too.
Watch this space for more new attractions in Singapore to check out!