There is no doubt that ZoukOut has become an icon among Singapore’s music festivals. The concept started as a one-day festival and over time, it turned into a 2-day event. However, this year, for its 18th edition, ZoukOut will last only one day. That’s because Andrew Li – renowned as the CEO and Chairman of the Zouk Group – thought that it was about time to reinvigorate the concept and reinvent the festival experience.
Essentially, the beach party ambiance plays its part in attracting numerous revelers from all parts of the world. In fact, this event brings together people from distinct walks of life. Therefore, if you do choose to attend this festival, not only will you experience epic music, but you’ll also have the chance of interacting with people from all different nations.
‘Nothing is as memorable as watching the sunrise when you’re enjoying some music on the beach. This is freedom, at its finest.’
The event will take place on Siloso Beach, Sentosa. We could describe Siloso Beach as a sunny haven – being the perfect spot for exciting events. As soon as it gets dark, Siloso becomes more alive, if that’s even possible. The music, the exciting vibe, and the lively restaurants and bars overcrowded with people create a unique environment. Every night, this beach is set on celebrating life. And this is especially true when it comes to music festivals such as ZoukOut.
So, how do you get around to Siloso Beach, Sentosa? Well, from Singapore, you should take the Sentosa Monorail, from VivoCity more specifically. The fare for the ride is of $4.00, and it can last from 5 to 15 minutes.
At Beach Station, you should go to the waiting areas where you can get one of the many free trams that drive along the coasts, considering that you want to go to one of the other free beaches. Beach Station is situated right in the middle; there is a stop for the trams heading in the direction of Siloso Point. In addition, there is another tram heading in the direction of Tanjong Beach. The duration of a tram ride from Siloso to Tanjong is of roughly 25-35 minutes.
On a different note, there are shuttle bus lines that stop at Beach Station, circuiting around the island. There is also the alternative of renting a bicycle, or walking, of course – if you have the time to spare.
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Siloso Beach is all about the excitement, featuring a diverse array of activities to choose from. As a matter of fact, there are numerous coastal restaurants located here where you can enjoy flavorful local dishes.
If you’re a thrill-seeker, you might consider aerial stunts by flying a trapeze or flying a zip line from atop Imbiah Hill to the Fox Finish Point or surfing the flowrider. If you want to stay grounded, another option would be renting a lounge chair or a parasol from one of the many beach clubs. Surfing a man-made wave is just as attractive, as well as chilling out in a whirlpool bath.
After nightfall, partyers can enjoy themselves at one of the many hot spots in the area such as Bikini Bar, Mambo Beach Club, among many others. This is the beach for life-loving people – if you are part of this category, you’ll definitely fit in.
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