Wanna know what the month has in store? Here’s our definitive list of things to do in Singapore this July!
It’s been a fluctuating ride for all of us with the pandemic. Sure, we’ve been fighting this together by wearing masks and adhering to updated Covid restrictions. But if dining with one other person is your only consolation and you’re looking to spice things up this month, we’ve gathered a definitive list of fun but safe things to do this July in Singapore! Read on for fun times…
Best things to do in Singapore this July
1. Eat: The Grand Lobby’s Madrid Afternoon Tea Experience
Señoras y señores! Want to dine like the Spanish? Indulge in this Madrid-themed afternoon tea experience at The Grand Lobby of Raffles Singapore. Treat yourself to a combination of sweet and savoury Spanish delights in a magnificent space. It’s all about feasting to your heart’s content.
The Grand Lobby, Raffles Singapore, 1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673
2. Shop: Lego Store opens at Resorts World Sentosa
Lego lovers, your time has come! The largest Lego certified store in Southeast Asia makes its debut at Resorts World Sentosa. Head to this 17m-tall store-front made with 103,680 lego pieces and admire the large mosaic wall as you enter. Don’t miss out on the Lego Mosaic Maker where you can purchase your own personalised portrait (can you imagine that?).
Resorts World Sentosa, #01-72/74, 26 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098138
3. Drink: 36 Club Street Craft Beer Pop-up
What’s brewing at 36 Club Street? Head over to this craft beer pop-up and indulge in a copious range of 19 quality craft beers by local breweries. Plus, check out the pizza and bar snack selection by chefs Sam Chablani and XR, groove to good music by slick DJs and admire the locally produced artworks and photography.
36 Club Street Craft Beer Pop-up, Singapore 069469
4. Culture: Festival of Women: N.O.W. 2021
This month, we celebrate the diverse communities of women. Have a virtual gathering with fellow ladies from various walks of life and explore taboo topics that are hardly ever talked about. N.O.W has transformed into a complete digital experience that promises to create an environment of communality. Catch the three digital exhibitions and workshops, embrace your fears and get to the heart of the matter with fellow ladies.
Festival of Women, available online
5. Eat: Fly Me to Japan with Cable Car Sky Dining
1 July onwards
Ever wanted to dine in the sky? Take your dining experience to new heights on Singapore’s iconic cable car! This once in a lifetime culinary journey to Japan features a four-course dinner with authentic Japanese flavours by chef Yeo in an intimate setting of your own private cable car cabin. Savour every bite with stunning panoramic views for two hours.
Cable Car Sky Dining, Mount Faber Peak, 109 Mount Faber Road, Singapore 099203
6. Watch: Lungs by Singapore Repertory Theatre
Immerse yourself in a rollercoaster of emotions with Singapore Repertory Theatre’s love story, Lungs. Written by critically acclaimed British playwright Duncan Macmillan and directed by theatre veteran Daniel Jenkins, the production follows a couple’s journey through the uncertainties of life. Faced with social, political and environmental issues, what’s the responsible choice to make? The thought-provoking play encourages you to reflect on your choices and how that affects future generations.
KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT, 20 Merbau Road, Singapore 239035
7. Festival: Painting with Light
National Gallery Singapore’s festival of international films on art is returning with both online and offline experiences. The festival offers a robust line-up of 50 award-winning and premiering films, plus a collection of firsts. We’re talking about the first-ever 3D film showcase and screenings under the stunning glass canopy of the Supreme Court Terrace (and that’s just for the on-site part).
National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957, available online
8. Shop: Robinsons Relaunch Sale
Ready for a shopping spree? Say hello (again) to Robinsons as it returns in the form of an online retail platform. Browse through its new digital catalogue with over 200 specially curated brands. Instead of battling with crowds at physical stores, you can enjoy shopping in the comfort of your home with the new website relaunch. Plus, sign up as a member and you get $10 off your first purchase!
Robinsons, available online
9. Shop: Hygge Marketplace
Feel warm and cosy when you enjoy life’s little pleasures at Hygge Marketplace. Revive&Co, a local athleisure brand, is calling you to focus on your mental and physical wellness with stories of people who used fitness to overcome their challenges. Enjoy the shopping experience with over 20 local up-and-coming brands in one space! PSA: food and drinks are available too.
Hygge Marketplace, #01-02, Visual Arts Centre, Dhoby Ghaut Green, 10 Penang Road, Singapore 238469
10. Exhibition: Utopia(s) at The Art Passage
Integrate art in your shopping adventures at Raffles City. Have a safe and private exhibition with Utopia(s) at The Art Passage. Bringing together two distinctive artists’ works, the display welcomes you with complex and symbolic works that remind you how to balance between progress and modernisation while conserving the environment. Connect with your existing notions of love, happiness and success, and rediscover them with this exhibition.
The Art Passage, Raffles City, 252 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179103
11. Eat: 2am Dessertbar: Minions High Tea Experience
After months of dreaming up a unique high tea experience, chef Janice Wong creates edible canapes of stars from the Despicable Me franchise. A Minions-themed high tea experience? We’re intrigued. Enjoy an array of unconventional creations such as Minion surprise eggs and Minion mooncakes. Made for all ages, this family-friendly high tea is a great way to rekindle the dining experience with a friend or family member.
2am: Dessertbar, 21A Lorong Liput, Singapore 277733
12. Culture: National Library Board’s Read! Fest 2021
All you bookworms out there, the annual fest is back this year with over 60 programmes from literary trails and reading sessions to installations. Get access to 12 English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil books that cover the uncertain times of the 21st century. What’s new: an immersive reading experience with self-guided literary trails you can access by scanning QR codes. Don’t miss this unconventional reading experience!
National Library Building, 100 Victoria Street, Singapore 188064
13. Exhibition: #SGFASHIONNOW
Calling all fashionistas and art enthusiasts! ACM invites you to admire and appreciate the first display of Singapore’s contemporary fashion. Explore the diverse multicultural identities that answer the age-old question of what Singapore’s fashion scene looks like.
Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555
Let’s have a safe and fun month with all these fab things to do!