Festival Sherpa has chalked out a budget plan for you to visit the first ever Ultra Singapore!
The Ultra brand has spread from its Miami roots to all over the world and now they’re coming down to Singapore. This is by no means their first event though, having organised a Road To Ultra event in 2015. Road to Ultra events are single-stage events with the same focus as the Ultra Worldwide festivals. Each event showcases cutting-edge stage production including world-class visuals, lighting, cryogenics and pyrotechnics and of course the world’s hottest talent. To be held on September 10 and 11, the festival features acts like Deadmau5, Kygo, Far East Movement, DJ Snake and Axwell /\ Ingrosso, among others, with more to be announced.
Be among the lucky first to attend Ultra Singapore and join the elite Ultranaut club!
1. Buy your festival passes now before prices increase!
You can either get a GA or Premium GA pass for about INR 11,700/- or INR 13,300/- respectively. The Premium GA pass entitles the holder to admission for both days of Ultra Singapore 2016, access to dedicated express entry lanes at venue, dedicated Premium General Admission restrooms, and dedicated Premium General Admission F&B stalls which seems like a pretty good deal. Head HERE to buy your tickets before prices increase!
(P.S. : Ticket sales are currently in the Tier 2 phase but if you look around on Viagogo you may even get tickets at Tier 1 rates)
2. Flight tickets are available for a steal on Skyscanner right now.
A return flight from Mumbai to Singapore will cost you only about INR 19,300/-. From there you can easily get local transport to your destination of choice.
3. Cheap accomodaton is available quite easily in Singapore.
If you head to Airbnb you can easily find rooms or apartments for around INR 3000/- to INR 5000/- for two people per night.
4. Budget your F&B spendings.
Since this is the very first Ultra Singapore (besides the Road To Ultra events) we don’t have an idea as to how much F&B will cost inside the venue. Going according to the usual standard festival prices, we suggest you keep aside about INR 10,000/- for the two day festival.
5. While you’re at it, visit some tourist spots.
Since the festival is only fortwo days, you’ll probably have a lot of spare time so try to set some time and money to visit spots like the famous Merlion in Sentosa, Universal Studios Singapore or the Underwater World.
6. Final Round Up.
INR 13,300 (Premium GA Pass) + INR 19,300/- (Return Flight From Mumbai To Singapore) + INR 10,000 (5 Nights Per Person Apt. Stay) + INR 25,000 (F&B Inside & Outside The Festival) = INR 67,600/-
Be sure to factor in other costs such as visa, miscellaneous expenses, sightseeing, local transport etc. before you go.
The Sherp wishes you a happy and safe journey!