You've hit the jackpot! Here's our mega list of all the exciting things to do in Singapore this June.
We’re halfway through 2022! Whether you’re celebrating the June hols, or just looking for cool new activities in Singapore, ’tis the season for some crazy fun. We’re so excited to eat, drink and party with friends. Wondering where to start? Check out the best things to do in June – including our pick of exciting events, shows and exhibitions in Singapore you’ve GOT to catch.
Best things to do in Singapore: June 2022
1. Health & Wellbeing: Wellness Festival Singapore
3 – 12 June
June is looking amazing with a boatload of activities including the first-ever Wellness Festival Singapore. Taking place online and offline, with free and ticketed events, the festival features more than 120 holistic wellness experiences across the island – from Orchard to Sentosa to Changi.
Care for your mind, body and soul with fitness, emotional and mental wellbeing, and lifestyle programmes like farm tours, forest bathing, beach glamping, wellness workshops, dining experiences, craft sessions and so much more. Whether you’re a health buff, an outdoor adventurer, an arts enthusiast or you’re simply looking for fun things to do with the family, there’s something for everyone.
Highlights we’re excited about include The Wellness Sensorium, Zentosa Fest, Kranji Explorations by Hay Dairies, Merli Wellness Trails, Healthy Chinatown, The Healing Farm 6Hands Dinner by 1-Arden, Yoga and Ayurveda Experience by VegThisCity and more. Get ready for a relaxing and rejuvenating month!
Wellness Festival Singapore, 3 – 12 June, online and at multiple locations
2. Eat: The new Spring/Summer menu at Cafe&Meal Muji
Simple and delicious, Cafe&Meal Muji always delivers a good time out with family and friends. Pop over to any of its outlets across Singapore to try the new Spring/Summer menu – or opt for delivery and enjoy it in the comfort of home. We’re eyeing the four deli set meal ($18.80) of hot and cold dishes. Tuck into pulled pork and potato salad, smoked duck, roasted peach and red apple salad, sunflower seed-crusted saba in ponzu butter sauce, and spiced sriracha pork. Each order also comes with 16-grain rice and your choice of soup.
Ready for dessert? Go for new creations! The avocado dome features a light layer of avocado mousse enveloping a tangy core made of passion fruit jelly filling on top of a feuilletine base. If you love fruity flavours, try the creme brulee berries tart for bites of custard, caramelised sugar, and fresh strawberries and blueberries. Or go the decadent route with the Earl Grey chocolate cake of tea-infused mousse, chocolate almond sponge and light chocolate cream. Tip: get a drink to go with your deli set and you’ll enjoy 50% off desserts! The iced hojicha passion fruit tea is a refreshing new addition you’ll love.
The new Spring/Summer menu at Cafe&Meal Muji, until 6 July 2022, available for delivery and dine-in at all outlets
3. Shop and Play: Fun activities and shopping deals at City Square Mall
Calling all parents: if you wanna keep your little ones entertained and get your retail therapy fix all under one roof, head to City Square Mall. Perfect for a day out with the family during the June holidays, expect fun activities and perks. Shop and spend at least $50 to redeem a Hello Kitty and My Melody meet and greet pass (for the first 50 shoppers per session, redeemable two hours prior at the level two customer service counter). With a minimum spend of $120 ($220 if inclusive of NTUC FairPrice, Q&M and/or school receipts), you can even get a Hello Kitty collapsible cup (for the first 5,000 redemptions, one per shopper per day).
Want to win more shopping vouchers? Spend a minimum of $180 ($280 if inclusive of NTUC FairPrice, Q&M and/or school receipts) to redeem a $5 CDL gift voucher which you can use at any CDL malls (for the first 4,000 redemptions, one per shopper per day). You’ll need at least one $30 receipt from fashion, health and beauty or gifts and hobbies stores.
Time for some family fun: check out exciting games! There’s the Eco Quest, where you scan QR codes around the mall as a fun way to teach the kids about how to save the planet. Near Giordano, have a go at the virtual game of tossing recyclables into their respective bins. Pop by for all this and more. Plus, upload and tag @citysquaremall in your most creative AR photo on Facebook or Instagram. The top three most creative photos will win a Hello Kitty hamper worth $128!
City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Road, Singapore 208539
4. Art and Culture: Muswell Hill play
24 Jun – 10 Jul 2022
If social satire is up your street, you’d love this new play put up by the Pangdemonium team. It’s pegged by the London Theatre Reviews as “An excruciatingly cruel comedy…genuinely shattering!”. Muswell Hill takes you into a fancy dinner party hosted by a sexy young couple, where the conversations delve into complicated relationships at the table. From the hosts’ passive-aggressive marriage to a tone-deaf blind date, join the party as the scandals and secrets unravel.
Directed by Timothy Koh for Pangdemonium for the first time, this new director’s work showcases a play that is scandalous yet relatable. It dives into themes concerning human nature, with thought-provoking questions that will surprise and stir.
Muswell Hill, Drama Centre Theatre, #03-01 National Library, 100 Victoria Street, Singapore 188064
5. Drink: Take a trip across the Juniperverse: A Gin Odyssey
12 – 26 June
Forget the multiverse! Take a trip across the Juniperverse with Pernod Ricard’s dynamic gin portfolio. Go on a sensorial tour of gin brands at this exciting inaugural pop-up that’s perfect for spirit enthusiasts. Here, you’ll uncover all the juniper spirit has to offer, including the rich cultures of Beefeater London Dry Gin, Malfy Gin from Italy, Ki No Bi Kyoto Dry Gin and Monkey 47 Schwarzwald Dry Gin. Explore and immerse yourself in four decorated sections inspired by the various gin houses. They’re filled with plenty of memory-embracing scents, soundscapes, interactive games and quizzes to entice and engage you!
Take a trip across the Juniperverse: A Gin Odyssey, until 26 June, The NCO Club, 32 Beach Road, Singapore 189764
6. Exhibition: i Light Singapore
3 – 26 June
Have you missed this light festival? We’re pleased to share that i Light Singapore, Asia’s leading sustainable light festival, is back to light up Marina Bay with 20 captivating light art installations. Curated to the theme Spark of Light, the artworks by artists from 14 countries take inspiration from the colour violet. Spot the MotherEarth ClimateChange Data Sculpture – a highlight by Turkish new media studio Ouchhh. It features a stunning video projection on the facade of ArtScience Museum, transforming publicly available environmental data into a stunning visual treat comprising moving lights, colours and sounds.
i Light Singapore, 7.30pm to 11pm daily, until 26 June; multiple locations including Marina Bay and Esplanade Park
7. Eat: Around the world in 80 days with Andsoforth
Outlandish dinner parties are always on the cards with the folks at Andsoforth. You know them for their series of theatrical feasts and immersive multi-room dining experiences. This time, they’re back to impress with Around the World in 80 Days – a dive into the world of Jules Vernes’ beloved novel. Expect to whizz from country to country, sample exotic cuisines, learn about the local culture, and even take part in hands-on craft activities. It’s an adventure you’ll be talking about for days!
Around the world in 80 days with Andsoforth, Thursdays to Saturdays only, until 30 June; secret location will be revealed 24 hours before
8. Exhibition: The State of Print at the National Design Centre
This edgy exhibition is one you can’t miss! The past, present and future collide at The State of Print, as it examines the duality and role of print across time. The showcase features the mixing of old-fashioned materials like postcards and posters with a gamut of technologies like augmented reality, computer animation and QR codes. Plus, the experience is interactive! You can write a postcard, peruse a special curation of best-selling books and award-winning works, or unwind and have a read at the lounge.
The State of Print at the National Design Centre, 9am to 9pm daily, until 31 July; Level 1, Atrium, Design Gallery 1, National Design Centre, 111 Middle Road, Singapore 188969
9. Play: Groovy Summer at Universal Studios Singapore
Got plans to catch Minions 2: The Rise of Gru in cinemas? Get a taste of it in real life at Groovy Summer in Universal Studios Singapore! This summer party extravaganza evokes the rad vibes of the groovy 70s – just in time for the June holidays. Expect psychedelic meet-and-greets with your favourite minion friends, as well as dynamic performances and adorable minion-themed snacks. Hot tip: enjoy an attractive package at $98 per adult and $88 per child that includes vouchers for popcorn, merchandise, retail and F&B when you visit before 26 June.
Groovy Summer at Universal Studios Singapore, until 14 August, Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269
10. Entertainment: Wings of Time at Sentosa’s Siloso Beach
Until 29 June
Wings of Time, the popular outdoor night show on Sentosa’s Siloso Beach, has returned. Opening just in time for the June hols, the show boasts enhancements such as upgraded pyrotechnic effects created by state-of-the-art Sparkular machines, and an even more spectacular finale. The reopening is the first in a series of upcoming plans for Siloso Beach. Look out for the Central Beach Bazaar, a day-to-night beachside destination with new experiences and attractions, that’s set to open later this year.
Wings of Time at Sentosa’s Siloso beach, until 29 June, 7.30pm on Mondays to Fridays, 7.30pm and 8.30pm on Saturdays, Sundays, eves of public holidays, and public holidays; Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 099000
11. Exhibition: We Live in an Ocean of Air at ArtScience Museum
We’re super excited to embark on a multi-sensory journey! You’ll be transported across the globe to Sequoia National Park, California – a forest filled with giant sequoia trees. The exhibition seamlessly blends the digital world with the physical space through a unique combination of state-of-the-art technologies including VR headsets, breath sensors, heart rate monitors and body tracking devices. Follow your breath through the forest in a 12-minute meditative encounter, and ponder the invisible yet fundamental connection between humans and the natural world at this stunning installation.
We Live in an Ocean of Air at ArtScience Museum, daily; ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands, 6 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018974
12. Beauty: Clarins In The City
Clarins is rolling out its first physical roving pop-up! The immersive city-themed experiential truck will feature popular urban jungles of the world (so you can travel without stepping out of Singapore). Drop by and learn more about skin health, and how to combat both internal and external stressors of city living. Receive your very own beauty passport and complete the journey for the chance to have a one-on-one consultation with a Clarins beauty advisor. We love that you’ll also get a personalised sample kit and a Clarins-inspired ice cold brew in partnership with Hook Coffee. The beauty trailer will be parked at various shopping malls in Singapore across four weekends, so make sure you clear your schedules for it!
Clarins In The City, 11am to 9pm, Thursdays to Sundays; multiple locations including Paya Lebar Quarter, Hillion, Canberra Plaza, and Suntec City
13. Event: Children’s Festival at Supertree Grove
Until 19 June
Take your kids to the Children’s Festival at Supertree Grove this June! You can expect an expanded line-up of activities ranging from sports to arts and crafts to reading and storytelling. The Children’s Garden, well-loved for its water play area, has also reopened since its closure in May 2021. Don’t miss the highlight of the festival: eight brightly-coloured giant inflatables from Around the World with Kiztopia featuring the characters of Kiztopia Friends. We love that each inflatable represents an iconic landmark of a country. This includes Mount Fuji in Japan, the Sydney Opera House in Australia and Gardens by the Bay in Singapore.
Children’s festival at Supertree Grove, 10am to 7pm daily, until 19 June; Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
14. Entertainment: Movies in the Sky at Skypark Observation Deck
Starting 9 June
Outdoor movie experiences are back in business! Drop by the Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation Deck on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays for an unparalleled cinematic experience in the sky. You’ll be blown away by movie screenings complete with magnificent panoramic views of the city and immersive audio. And you can forget about subpar cinema popcorn and snacks. Instead, munch on delish light bites and beverages from Ce La Vi while you indulge in enthralling movies.
Movies in the Sky at Skypark Observation Deck, until July, Level 56, Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
15. Eat: The Last Supper X Gaggan Anand
Reserve a seat at the Mandala Club in June and take part in the unforgettable The Last Supper x Gaggan Anand dining experience. Now in its final month of residency, it’s getting ready to transform into a stage for even bigger talent. We’re talking 15 of the biggest culinary maestros in Singapore coming together for a mind-blowing 32-hand extravaganza. Get your tickets today and experience a 10-course lunch or 16-course dinner comprising of reinterpretations by the invited chefs. You’ll recognise big names like Julien Royer from Odette, Rishi Naleendra of Kotuwa, and Janice Wong of 2am: Dessert Bar.
The Last Supper X Gaggan Anand, until 30 June, Mandala Club, 31 Bukit Pasoh Road, Singapore 089845
16. Food & drink: International Buffet with a Seafood Extravaganza
Enjoy the best of the fresh seas at The Line’s live theatre kitchens and buffet stations. As you step into the chic orange restaurant, it’s hard to miss the sight of delectable fresh oysters, Boston lobsters, sea prawns, black mussels, half shell scallops and so much more resting on a bed of ice. But seafood isn’t all that awaits. You’ll also feast on gastronomic delights from cuisines like Indian, Middle Eastern, Western and South East Asian. Our favourites include the beef rendang and sushi rolls!
International Buffet with a Seafood Extravaganza, Lower Lobby, Tower Wing, The Line at Shangri-La Singapore, 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350
We’re uber excited for June with all the exciting things to do in Singapore!