Coming to Make the Future Singapore? Plan your visit with the visitor map below and see the highlights at the festival.

Opening hours
Date Opening Hours
Thursday, 8 March* 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM (last entry 6:00 PM)
Friday, 9 March*

Festival: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (last entry 4:00 PM)

Lates (for 18 years and older)**: 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM (last entry 8:00 PM)

Saturday, 10 March 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM (last entry 6:00 PM)
Sunday, 11 March 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM (last entry 6:00 PM)

*Please note that free shuttle buses from Expo MRT station start at 10:30AM. If you are travelling by car, free parking is available at Changi Exhibition Centre from 9:00 AM.

**Entry to Lates is only for visitors who have pre-registered and have a separate ticket. Due to overwhelming response and space constraints, new registrations for Make the Future Lates is now closed.

Venue information and Shuttle bus timings

Plan your visit

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Visitor Map for Make the Future Singapore on 8-11 March 2018 at Changi Exhibition Centre
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Welcome to Make the Future Singapore!

If you've registered prior to the event, just show your ticket on your smartphone or a printed copy at the gates.

Register for free tickets if you haven't done so!

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Our Energy Future

Experience how energy is generated and put into action in this interactive zone. Explore bright ideas making energy cleaner, smarter and more available in Asia and around the world.

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Main Stage

Be at the heart of the action with live music, science shows and all the latest news from the track. Refuel with food from Deli by Shell and when you’re ready, jump in the simulator to feel what it’s like to compete in Shell Eco-marathon.

See Main Stage activities

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Shell Eco-marathon

Take in the atmosphere behind the scenes of Shell Eco-marathon, where teams have come from all over Asia Pacific and the Middle East to compete in their own energy-efficient cars. See which teams make it through the nail-biting technical inspection and whose car design will take them to victory.

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What to see

Bright Ideas

Explore bright ideas from around Asia, see what is happening now to power our world and get a glimpse of what the future of energy might look like.

Inspired Play

Discover what it's like to generate electrical energy by dancing, play interactive games, build and race mini saltwater cars, and more.

Main Stage

he DTU Innovator, #14, a gasoline prototype racing for team DTU Roadrunners prototype from Technical University Of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark, races on the track during Make the Future London 2016 at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Friday, July 1, 2016 in London, UK. (Stuart Conway for Shell)

Shell Eco-marathon

Watch the cars of the future in action as student teams across Asia come to Singapore for Shell Eco-marathon 2018.

Shell Eco-marathon Asia
The Flux, #506, a gasoline UrbanConcept vehicle racing for team DLSU Eco Car Team - I.C.E. from De La Salle University, Philippines celebrate their victory in the Drivers' World Championship race on the final day of Make the Future Singapore 2017.

Make the Future Singapore 2017 wraps on a high note

#makethefuture Singapore 2017 closed after four days of delighting more than 22,000 visitors.”

See the festival highlights


More in Make the Future Singapore

Our Partners

Shell is working alongside some of world’s leading innovation, research and development (R&D) and technology organisations as Global Partners of Make the Future in 2018.

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Shell Eco-marathon

Watch the cars of the future in action as student teams across Asia come to Singapore for Shell Eco-marathon 2018.