Our Lion City
GET WET AND WILD WITH SLIDE THE CITY SINGAPORE
We’ve all had our fair share of fun and entertainment through arcades, theme parks, water parks and swimming pools with in-built slides for added adrenaline. We’ve even had an urban pop-up beach with a 5-storey tall water slide this year but if you think that is the best it could get, think again!
Coming to you this November, the global Slide the City event will finally be in sunny island Singapore! With over 130 successful events held in the United States, we are excited to be part of the Asia tour. If safety is your concern, fret not! The slides are made of vinyl and will be transported here from the United States, and are padded with extra cushion for improved comfort. Are you at least 1.07m tall? If so, then slap on your sunscreen and grab your best swimsuits as you speed down the massive three-lane 1,000ft slide for a family fun day in the sun. Accompanying the main highlight of the Slide will also be local food & beverages vendors, LIVE music and other carnival activities to make this a once-in-a-lifetime festival.
The Singapore edition of Slide the City is proudly organised by Heroes, an event management firm that aims to make a difference in society by supporting charities and causes close to their hearts by rallying the help of everyday people within our community.
MAKE IT HAPPEN
Slide the City Singapore 2016 will take place from 25 to 27 November 2016 at The Floater @ Marina Bay so grab all your families and friends to join in this phenomenal record-breaking event! Check heroes.com. sg for more updates and ticketing information. Changi Airport in Singapore serves more than 100 airlines flying in from some 330 cities in about 80 countries around the world. National carrier Singapore Airlines is available in 63 international destinations in 35 countries.
From the event, it’s a leisurely stroll to our captivating Central Business District and the glistening lights from neighbouring skyscrapers and attractions such as the Singapore Flyer, Helix Bridge, and light show at Marina Bay Sands. You may even opt for a bump boat tour along Singapore River to unearth interesting facts about Singapore in the 19th century. Learn more about the founder of Singapore Sir Stamford Raffles, the Sarkies brothers, the history of our national rag The Straits Times, and all about the cocktail drink that put Singapore on the world map.