10 Best Things To Do In Singapore In July 2021 (Rainforest Lumina, The Projector And More!)


Nia Sarah •  Jul 02, 2021

With July finally here, let's welcome the new half of the year and plan our next family or friend date! As we depart from the mundane Phase Two and stay-at-home weekends, it's a good time to get out and catch up with some friends. So if you're in need of some quality time with your loved ones, we've rounded up the best things to do in Singapore in July 2021 for your next outing this month!

1. 50% off Rainforest Lumina at Singapore Zoo

If you're a night owl, enjoy your time after dark at the Rainforest Lumina at Singapore Zoo for the last time. The wild side of the zoo gets lit up every night for a multimedia walk to experience with your loved ones. An adult ticket costs $18 and you can apply code LUMINA50 to enjoy 50% off till 7 July 2021. You can also use your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers if you have some unused.

Price: $18 (before discount)


2. $50 Singapore Zoo and River Safari Bundle

The 2-park admission into Singapore Zoo and River Safari costs only $50 and you can visit the two attractions with seven days. You don't even have to book a time slot! Perfect if you've got some free time on your hands this week.

Price: $50


3. Candlelight Jazz at Victoria Theatre

Credit: Vocalise Artistes

If you're looking to have an intimate ambience with a loved one away from the usual things to do in Singapore, try a jazz candlelight concert experience. The venue is lit up with candlelights for a warm, beautiful scenery of Victoria Theatre. Tickets start at $77.

Price: $77


4. Da Vinci, The Exhibition at Science Centre

Bring your little ones to learn the joys of innovating in this hands-on exhibition showcasing da Vinci's life, research and art. Featuring the largest collection of Leonardo da Vinci's discoveries in Southeast Asia, they'll get to see art displays, The “Vitruvian Man”, life-size inventions.

Price: from $13


5. New World's End

Remember The New World Amusement Park near Geylang Road in Singapore? If you've never been told of this now-defunct attraction, here's your chance to explore it. Immerse in OH! Open House's first ever permanent art experience and new tour The New World's End that lets you travel through time in art and audio. Follow the story of two lovebirds and discover the rich history of Jalan Besar. They're only open in July, but you can grab your tickets now on their website!

Price: $35

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6. Pretend you're in Japan

Sign up for a Japanese tea or kimono class, pamper yourself with a private onsen at Ikeda Spa or feast on udon and shoyu ramen at halal Japanese eateries here! There are a list of things to do in a Japan itinerary in Singapore. Now you don't have to fly a 6-hour flight to experience it all again ?

7. Enter Jurong Bird Park for a year for only $39

Fly high with the friends over at Jurong Bird Park while enjoying annual admission at only $39. Complimentary tram rides on weekdays are also available with the discounted offer. Look out for the Lory Loft, the Kings of the Skies show and Waterfall Aviary as some spots you don't want to miss out on.

Price: $39


8. Try the Chicken McCrispy

90s kids everywhere, rejoice! McDonald's Chicken McCrispy is back - and you can be assured that it's for good this time. If you were a 90s kid, we're sure you know of this meal that debuted in 1998 before disappearing from the menu in 2002. Whether you're heading out for a meal for two or staying in, try their whopping bucket meal to share some great food! ?

9. Cycle through Marina Bay

Bicycle rental chain, GoCycling opened a GoCycling @ Marina Bay and the outlet is conveniently located on the first floor of the Singapore Flyer. From the Singapore Flyer, you can easily explore the scenic Marina Bay area or even head over to the Singapore River or Kallang Basin!

GoCycling @ Marina Bay

Address: 30 Raffles Avenue, #01-01, Singapore Flyer, Singapore 039803

Opening hours: Daily, 9am to 9pm

Contact: 8831 3068


10. Catch a movie at Projector X: Riverside

In the heart of Clarke Quay at Riverside Point, The Projector has taken over an abandoned fourth floor Chinese disco to screen their extensive list of movies. Projector X: Riverside is a new hang-out place only for the next 18 months so you can enjoy all the films you love with a loved one. The best thing is that they have a Neon Room with wireless headphones so it's just the film and you ?

Price: from $18.50


Now you're all set to make plans for July! It's time to gather your friends and family to venture on these 10 activities ?