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If you’ve been spending all your hours cooped up in the office rushing to meet deadline after deadline, we think it’s time to get out and feel the warmth of the sunshine on your face again.

Where, you ask? Look no further than the CBD. This 1-4 June, DBS brings the beach to you.

Laze around in hammocks

Back for its sixth edition, the DBS Marina Regatta will see the return of Singapore’s first and only urban pop-up beach at Marina Bay.

Dubbed “Singapore’s Biggest BayFest”, there’s no place like the DBS Marina Regatta this summer.

There will be plenty to eat and drink

From lying in a hammock with an ice cold cocktail, to taking lululemon yoga classes against a scenic backdrop, to tackling Singapore’s largest inflatable water obstacle course, the DBS Marina Regatta has something for everyone!

Here are some amazing highlights at the DBS Marina Regatta!

1. Sip On Cocktails at Potato Head’s Coconut Bar

Potato Head’s Coconut Bar (Image Credit: Potato Head)

Bali beach lovers will be familiar with Potato Head, an essential stop for anyone heading over for a vacay.

Fret not if you’ve never been there; Potato Head will be bringing its renowned Coconut Bar to the DBS Marina Regatta. Sip on the bar’s fresh coconut cocktails and beers, and be transported to paradise!

Where: Bay Beach – Singapore’s only pop-up urban beach

2. Make A Splash At The Giant Inflatable Water Obstacle Course

“Battle Bay”, an inflatable water obstacle course

Last year, the DBS Marina Regatta brought a five-storey water slide to the Bay. This year, it’s bringing “Battle Bay”, a massive inflatable water obstacle course with nine obstacles spanning 11,000 square feet! Do you and your friends have the mental and physical chops to finish the Battle Bay?

Tackle the course as an individual or a team of four, and stand a chance to win cash prizes if you or your team clock the fastest time. With both bragging rights and $8,000 up for grabs, you’ll want to start training now.

To take part as a team, sign up here.

*For 18 years and above

Where: Battle Bay
Price: $5 per try for students; $10 per try for non-students

3. Immerse Yourself in Singapore’s Largest Interactive Art Dome

An illustrated projection of the Marina Bay skyline

For a brief respite from the sweltering heat, step into the Bay Dome, one of two majestic domes at the regatta. Standing at 7.5 metres tall, you’ll get to immerse yourself in Singapore’s largest interactive art dome and add your personal touch to an illustrated projection of the iconic Marina Bay skyline.

Create your own unique characters and watch them come to life on the projection. Watch the canvas evolve as characters stream in and create a dynamic and vibrant landscape!

Where: Bay Dome
Price: Free

4. Work out with lululemon

Yoga at the Bay

Fitness enthusiasts, this one’s for you. Popular brand lululemon will be collaborating with Yoga+ and WeBarre to bring you a curated line-up of yoga and barre classes at the Bay. Complete all classes and receive a special surprise from lululemon!

Work up a sweat with fellow fitness enthusiasts! Who knows, maybe you’ll make a new friend or two!

Classes are free, so hurry and sign up at

Where: Urban Beach, Play Dome
Price: Free, register at

5. Get Ultra-Ready at the DBSMR X ULTRA Countdown Party

Image Credit: LiveTracklist

Get Ultra-ready at the DBSMR X ULTRA Countdown Party, happening only at the DBS Marina Regatta! With a line-up featuring Ultra performers DJ Myrne, DJ Raiden, Crossnaders, Dubvision, Jade Rasif and MOE, get set for a one-of-a-kind electronic dance experience!

*Only for 18 years old and above

Where: Play Dome
When: 2 & 3 June, 7 – 10pm
Price: $15 per entry (includes 1 free drink)

Artist’s impression of Marina Regatta 2017

With such a fun and exciting array of activities to participate in at the DBS Marina Regatta, there’s no reason to stay indoors this June! So get out there and have some fun!

Follow DBS on Facebook for more updates or visit for more information.

DBS Marina Regatta 2017
The Promontory@Marina Bay
Date: 1 – 4 June 2017
Time: 4pm – 9pm (1 June); 10am – 10pm (2, 3, 4 June)
Price: Free admission

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