Best places for Adventure sports in Singapore

Take a break from all the shopping and dining and relaxing and give yourself some much-needed adrenaline rush.

Reaching Singapore from Kuala Lumpur is easily done by bus, tickets to which you can take from redbus. The places within Singapore too are best reached via the bus-way.

Yes, Singapore does not disappoint on the adventure sports front. It has more than enough blood-rushing-to-the-head-heart-pumping activities to indulge in than you could think of. These three are a must-do for adventure lovers:

Cable skiing
Where: East Coast Lagoon
Singapore has its own cable skiing park, where cables that move at speeds from 20 to 58 km/hour, pull participants across to the banks of a lake. Fast, wild rides are guaranteed, along with other fun activities like knee boarding, tricks sliding, etc.

Forest Adventure


Where:
Bedok Reservoir Park


Ever wanted to swing from tree-to-tree like Tarzan? Your prayers are answered. The two-and-a-half-hour treetop obstacle race involves crossing around 34 obstacles on elevated bridges and swinging trapezes. And you also get to zip line over the reservoir!

Reverse Bungy


Where:
Clarke Quay
Crazy adventure rides take on an entirely different meaning at G-Max. Their Reverse Bungy ride will need you to seat yourself in a steel capsule and then hold your breath as you are catapulted at 200 km/hour at a gravitational force similar to that during a rocket launch.

Indoor skydiving

Where: Singaporean, Sentosa island

Wanna skydive but afraid of heights? Simulate the thrill of a 10,000ft free fall in the safety of this five-storey indoor wind tunnel. Go body-flying in the world’s largest wind tunnel for indoor skydiving for a rush like no other. It is one of the most exciting adventurous things to do in Singapore.

 

Night safari

Where: Night Safari, Mandai Lake Road

Visited the zoo way too many times? Then experience over 2500 nocturnal animals, as they graze and hunt in their natural environments. Night Safari is among the best night activities to do in Singapore. From the rugged Himalayan Foothills to the swampy banks of the Asian Riverine Forest, your moonlight journey will feel nothing less than fascinating.

 

 

 

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