Best 8 Adventurous Activities to Try in Singapore
Adrenaline rush… phew! Come on! We dare you to unleash the adventurous spirit in you. Whether you are on your honeymoon trip to Singapore or just on a family trip, we dare you to try adventurous activities. To help you out, we have jotted down some of the best adventurous activities to do in Singapore. Book your Singapore Trip Now with Yashvi Tours and Travels.
When we say bungy jumping, it is not any ordinary bungy jumping. Here we are talking about a 47m bungee tower at Sentosa’s Siloso Beach, operated by the global operator AJ Hackett. Here you can try different types of jumps: backward, fall forward, or any crazy jump you wish to experiment with. If you are terrified to do it alone, grab your partner and jump together via Tandem Bungy Jump. All you need to do is take a deep breath and count 3…2…1 and off you go. Are you ready to dare yourself?
Ticket: From $99.00
Open: Monday to Friday: 12:30-07:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday: 11:30-07:00 pm
Address: 30 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa Island, 30, Singapore 099011
The next adventure sport you must try is indoor skydiving at iFly Singapore. It is 16.5 feet wide and 56.5 feet tall, and the world’s first largest themed wind tunnel for indoor skydiving. You can also get flight photos and videos that you can cherish as lifetime memories. The purpose of the place is to give you an adrenaline rush without danger and doing any tandem jump. Experience flying and buy different packages in a very safe environment. Before the actual dive, you will be instructed and trained by a professional. Are you ready for the rush?
Ticket: for first timer price starts from $89
Open: Monday to Tuesday & Thursday to Sunday: 09:00am to 10:00pm
Wednesday: 11:00am to 10:00pm
Address: iFly Singapore, 43 Siloso Beach Walk #01-01 Singapore 099010
Singapore is emerging as a top destination for scuba diving due to its great diversity of shallow waters, marine life, and multi-hued corals. Singapore offers plenty of options on different islands, making it convenient for divers of different levels. The popular diving islands are Hantu Kecil and Hantu Besar. Other scuba diving islands are:
- Pulau Ujong
- Igara Wreck
- Sudong Wreck
- Sisters Island Marine Park
- Labrador Reef
- Kusu Island
Price: It vary from place to place
Driving on F1 Track
If Formula 1 is something you ever dreamt of, then it’s time to turn your dream into reality with Marina Street Circuit. The good news is that you do not need to have any prior experience to spin the wheel on the track. You can select from an orange Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder or a red Ferrari California. The 15-min ride is something that offers you the experience of a lifetime. Wear all safety gear and be ready to fasten your seat belt. You can ask for the recording for your ride memory to store for a lifetime.
Ticket: $298 to $788
Open: Monday to Sunday: 09:00am to 10:00pm
Address: Marina Street Circuit, Marina Bay Sands at the 10 Bayfront Avenue
Experience double the thrill and fear with reverse bungy jumping. This activity at Clarke Quay is not for the faint-hearted. Imagine reaching a height of 60 meters and a speed of 200 km/h – only the bravest can handle this! Every year, one million riders take on the reverse bungee. The ride accommodates three people, and five-point safety precautions are ensured before the ride begins.
Ticket: $45 per person
Open: Monday to Sunday: 02:00pm
Address: 3E River Valley Road, Clarke Quay
Kayaking in the Mandai mangrove is a must-do when visiting Singapore. Experience the tranquility of the mangrove and appreciate the beautiful heritage of the area. If you’re lucky, you may catch a glimpse of an otter family or a pod of pink dolphins. Horseshoe crabs and diverse species can also be found here. Pulau Ubin is home to large mangroves, and kayaking covers 8.27 km. This is one of the best ways to experience the majestic wilderness of Singapore. Kayaking is extremely safe here, whether you are a beginner or a professional, with professional guidance.
Ticket: From €81/person
Kayaking Timing: 08:10 AM & 01:15 PM
Address: Mandai Mangrove, Woodlands, Singapore
Singapore is a true gem for water sports enthusiasts. The Singapore Wake Park is the only cable-ski park built in a lagoon. Here, you can experience knee-boarding, wakeboarding, wakeskating, and double-skis “cable-style”. Safety is of high priority here, and a straight-line system is available for kids. Skiing is available for kids, beginners, and intermediate skiers.
Timing: Monday to Friday- 10:00 AM – 09:00 PM
Sat, Sun & Public Holidays- 09:00 AM – 09:00 PM
Address: Singapore Wake Park, 1206A East Coast Parkway
Snorkeling at Sisters Island Marine Park
Experience the beauty of marine life by snorkeling at Sisters Island. The rich biodiversity, sandy shores, and seagrass areas make it an ideal location for snorkeling. There are basically two islands at Sisters Island: Pulau Subar Laut and Pulau Subar Darat. However, Pulau Subar Darat is not open to the public. Here, you can see diverse species of fish, clams, sponges, sea turtles, whales, and other sea animals.
Ticket: Price vary from number of activities
Address: 31 Marina Coastal Drive
The above-mentioned adventures are just a quick glimpse of the adventurous activities in Singapore, as there are plenty of others like climbing routes at Clip ‘n Climb, the Giant Swing at AJ Hackett, Stand Up Paddle, Flying Trapeze, and the list goes on. It’s time to book your flight tickets to Singapore. With Yashvi Tours and Travels, you can get a customized Singapore package. Book now and let the adrenaline rush flow!