lanning for a trip to Singapore? Well, that’s a good decision you’ve made to explore this beautiful and commercially rich Asian country. If you’re a die hard fan of adventure activities and looking for some amazing places where you can enjoy extreme sports or even indulge in light family activities, then we bring you exclusive details of the Top 20 Most Thrilling Activities You can do in Singapore.
1. Go Eco-Friendly with Cycling in Pulau Ubin
Cycling is the best way to explore Ubin. There are few routes suiting the preference for balancing on a bike. Metalled/tarmac roads reach all major areas for easy access. You can rent a bicycle, including- Mountain bikes, tandem bikes, tricycles, even bikes with side carts for babies.
How to Reach Pulau Ubin?
Take the MRT to Tanah Merah MRT Station (EW4), then board Bus No. 2 to Changi Village bus interchange. You can reach Changi Point Jetty and take a bumboat ride to Ubin.
2. Please your eyes with the panoramic view of Singapore at Infinity Pool Marina Bay Sands
One of the majestic and royal swimming experience at Infinity Pool, Marina Bay Sand. While swimming one can overlook the Singapore bird’s eye view and feel the magic of this place in Singapore. Sip on champagne and drink in the mesmerizing beauty of a sunset amidst the clouds on a luxurious poolside lounger.
Opening Hours: 6am-11pm
- S$23 for adults
- S$17 for children (aged between 2 – 12 years*)
- S$20 for senior citizens (aged 65 years and above)
Children under 2 years may enter for free.
How to Reach:
To get to the Sands SkyPark, you can take the elevator from the lobby of Hotel Tower 3 to Level 57. The SkyPark is 10-minute walk from the MRT Bayfront Station.
3. Soar through the Sky with Ziplining in Sentosa Island
The Mega Adventure Park, Sentosa Island invites you to fly over the island and get the bird’s eye view. Race with your friends on side-by-side lines or fly solo above a jungle setting that offers incredible views of the South China Sea.
Once you’re done with the Zipling, you’ll be landing on the beach at the bottom of a hill. You’ll be offered with zipline instructors, safety briefing and equipments for the adventure. You’ll be flying at the height of 1,476-foot (450-meter) cable at the speed of 37 mph.
Timing: MegaZip Adventure Park is open daily from 11am-7pm; the last zipline ride is 6:45pm
How to Reach Sentosa Island?
To reach Sentosa, train is the preferred option. Take an MRT service to the Harbourfront station to enter VivoCity Mall. After reaching, head to the 3rd floor at the ticketing area and enter Sentosa Express Monorail Station. Here you can purchase Sentosa pass for $4 Singaporean dollars per person. Here you can board the Sentosa Express. You can even prefer going in a thrilling way by Cable Car Service getting a pano view of the island.
4. Embrace your Romance by having Sky Dining Flight at Singapore Flyer
It wouldn’t be more romantic to experience the Premium Sky Dinning at Singapore Flyer. You’ll be provided with in-flight host tending to your every need and captivating views of Marina Bay, all hosted in a spacious, comfortable capsule. The dinning schedule is between 7.30 pm to 8.30pm daily.
If this is the dinner date you want to gift to your better half, check these enticing Singapore honeymoon trip packages.
Price: The price for the premium dining would start from S$1, 800 which includes
- 1 bottle of Premium Champagne
- 1 bouquet of roses for the lady
- 2 photos and a leatherette folder
How to Reach?
To reach Singapore Flyer, one can take up MRT at the Promenade Station providing fuss-free and 5 minutes walking to Singapore Flyer.
5. Enjoy the Dreamy Cable Car Sky Ride at Sentosa Island
Soar high the destination through the sky to enjoy the scenic view of Sentosa Island. The journey over the jungle, sand and sea is the most scenic and priceless view. You can fly high above the hill from Faber Peak Singapore and cross over the Mount Faber Line before landing the Sentosa Island. The duration of the ride is 15 minutes per single trip.
Opening hours: 8.30am to 5.30pm daily
How to Reach?
The best way to reach is to take North-East Line of the MRT to Harbour Front making way to Level 3 of VivoCity where you can head to the Sentosa Express monorail to the island.
6. Go Prawning- The Baby Brother of Fishing
Prawing is getting quite popular in Singapore due to its simple but unique concept. In Singapore, there are various spots where prawning activity takes place. Hai Bin, Riviera, Orto, Fish@Bugis and D’Lifestyle Corner @ Pasir Ris Town Park are the best spots for prawning. Each of these spots have decorated huts and all the required equipment for prawning.
Price: The rate for prawning starts from $18/$29 per hour and can be done from 3 hours to 10 hours.
7. Explore bio-diversity of Singapore with Kayaking in Mandai Mangroves
Mandai Mangrove is known for its mixed mangroves and is the most important bio-diversity area in Singapore. 112 bird species migratory and resident, are recorded. There is also a dense breeding population of the Mangrove Horseshoe Crab.
Kayaking in this mangrove home is really a good activity to perform. You’ll be exploring two riversSungei Mandai Besar and Sungei Mandai Kechil, where large mature mangroves exist alongside structures of abandoned kampongs.
Minimum people required is 16-24 and guides will be provided.
Location: Mandai Mangrove, Woodlands, Singapore
8. Experience the Thrill of Freehand Flying at iFly Singapore
Here is your chance to enjoy the indoor flying, just like a real skydive. At iFly Singapore, you can enjoy two skydives in the wind tunnel. The time it takes for skydive is like falling from the air at the distance of 12,000 to 3,000 feet at one-fifth cost. iFly Singapore is a home to the world’s first largest themed wind tunnel for indoor skydiving, spanning 16.5 feet wide and 56.5 feet tall, almost five storeys high. You can even get flight photos and videos for your memories.
Price: There are different packages for first times to corporate
- Mon, Tue, & Thu- Sun Wed
- 9:00am – 9:30pm
- First Flight: 10:00am
- Last Flight: 9:30pm
How to Reach?
It is located at Siloso Beach Walk which is beside the Beach Station, down at Siloso Beachfront in Sentosa, Singapore. Beach Station can be reached through bus, trains and taxis.
9. Swirl Around with Reverse Bungy at Clarke Quay
If you love thrilling adventure, then bungy jumping can’t be missed. Singapore has the best Reverse Bungy jumping at Clarke Quay. The G-Max Reverse Bungy straps you into the capsule while on the ground, catapulting you 60 metres into the air at the press of a button. Incredibly fun and fast, but very safe, every year there are 1 million riders. One can enjoy the reaching speeds of up to 200 kmph and 5G of force.
Price: The price for G-Max Reverse Bungy or GX-5 Extreme Swing cost SGD 45 per person (SGD 35 for students).
How to Reach Clarke Quay?
- By Train:NE5 Clarke Quay MRT (about 5 mins walk)
- NS25/EW13 City Hall MRT (about 10 mins walk)
- NS26/EW14 Raffles Place MRT (about 10 mins walk)
- Shuttle Bus Services
- 54 from Scotts Road or 32 and 195 from City Hall MRT Station
- River Taxi Services
- From Raffles Place MRT Station (Standard Chartered Bank Exit
10. Go Extreme with GX5 Extreme Swing at Clark Quay
One of the best adventure things to do is GX-5 Extreme Swing which falls from 50m and reaches the speeds of over 120kph. This is pure 100% adrenaline where you’ll turn around 360 degree.
Price and Hours:
- GX-5 Extreme Swing: $45 SGD/person, Student Rate: $35 SGD/person
- MAX-Combo (Both Rides): $69 SGD/person
Opening Hours: 2pm until late, every day.
How to Reach:
Follow the above travelling modes to reach Clarke Quay and then exit to the Eu Tong Sen Street. Take a walk over Coleman Bridge, heading towards the MITA building, then turn left onto River Valley Road.
11. Get close to the Mature Secondary Forest with Tree-Top Walk At MacRitchie Reservoir
The major highlight of activities in Singapore is the Tree-Top Walk At MacRitchie Reservoir, which is a several long hiking routes in MacRitchie that brings you through the different stages of a mature secondary forest. This is a free-standing suspension bridge that connects two highest points. The total length is about 250m and height is 25m. You can enjoy the view of mystic jungle that covers a vast area of MacRitchie Reservoir.
Tuesday – Friday: 9am – 5pm
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays: 8.30 am – 5pm
Closed on Mondays, except on Public Holidays
How to Reach?
One can reach MacRitchie Reservoir is by reaching Marymount station. Visitors can either walk (roughly 10 minutes) or take a bus (services 52, 74, 165, 852, 855) to get to the reservoir from Marymount MRT Station.
12. Kids Ultimate Destination River Safari
If you’ve kids along, then you must miss taking them to River Safari where you get close to some amazing species of the world. You’ll get a chance to explore the majestic Mekong River the “Mother of all Rivers”. You can experience the charm of this river during the safari get up close to some of the world’s largest freshwater animal species.
From Mekong Giant Catfish to Crab-eating Macaque, you’ll encounter many such animals. Then head to Amazon Flooded Forest, the beautiful and mysterious underwater ecosystem, aquatic animals swim and live amidst the trees and plants until the waters recede. Then there is a Giant Panda Forest and some special events for kids.
10am to 7pm
For Adult: $30, kids: $20 and senior citizen: $14
How to Reach?
You can take the MRT on the North-South (Red) line and transit to connecting public bus services. Catch these connecting public buses that will take you right to the park. Choa Chu Kang (NS4), Ang Mo Kio (NS16), Marsiling (NS8) are some of the nearest MRT station.
13. Test your Mettle by Driving on F1 Track
If you love fast driving, then why not spin the wheel at the official Formula 1 Track. Whether, you love Ferrari or Lamborghini, the 15 minute thrill ride is will make you immerse into the world of racing. Select from a beautiful, red Ferrari California or an eye-catching, orange Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder when you arrive at Marina Bay Sands or Suntec City. No prior experience on racing is required. You’ll be guided with instructor in every step.
Price: $185 per traveler
Location and How to Reach: Marina Street Circuit is located around Marina Bay Sands at the 10 Bayfront Avenue. One can reach by car and taxi, MRT Train Service and linked directly with Bayfront Station. The location can also be reached by River Ferry Service connecting to Bayfront South Jetty at Marina Bay Sands. The ferry service is available between 7 am to 10am
14. Unveil the Secret Bars of Singapore with Password
Do you know there are some hidden bars in Singapore? Well the nightlife of Singapore is something that you couldn’t afford to miss. Aside from the sense of adventure in this concrete jungle of Singapore, it’s always good to be rewarded for your efforts by a refreshing beverage in an oh-so cool atmosphere. There are some hidden bars which are a must visit.
The Library is one such which guarded by a secret passcode, a hidden entrance that will take you to the world of fun and whimsical cocktails. You can get the password from The Study on the spot next door or on their Facebook page!
Other secret chambers are- Maison Ikkoku, Gibson, The Other Room, Le Binchotan and a few others.
15. Explore the Night Warriors of the Jungle with Night Safari in Tram Ride
Tram night safari is the best way to explore the hidden beauty of the jungles. Undertaken by Wildlife Reserves, Singapore, the 40 minute expedition is a delightful way to travel deep into the domain of the world’s most fascinating animals. The changing landscapes, vegetation and wildlife habitats is best reserved for your night tram safari.
You can get the itinerary before the safari. This includes- Wallaby Trail, Creatures of the Night Show, safari of 6 geographical regions, Leopard Trail, and many more.
Timing: 7pm to 12mn
Price: There are different package depending on the timing you choose.
16. Watch your Favorite Stories under the Stars
Whether you’re a fan of mainstream cinema or action movie, pack your picnic mats and head for the outdoors. Called as Cinema Alfresco- watching movies on a huge screen under the stars is getting more and more popular. Organised by Be My Kaki Movie Bus, the main purpose is to reignite a community tradition in old kampungs.
The under the stars movie screening is done from Fridays to Sundays, three 8m-long trucks carrying a 3m by 2m LED screen travel around the island to various public and private housing estates. There are currently various services along with Be My Kaki Movie Bus that undertakes such community service.
17. Enjoy the Luxury of Partyin on Yacht
Hire a boat, get the champagne bottles ready, and get into the business of serious fun by partying on the yacht. Boat parties have become incredibly popular in Singapore. There are different yacht services in Singapore that can be hired for partying purpose. Some of the popular services are- Marine Bookings, Lloyd Marine, One15 Luxury Yachting, Blue Star Yachting and many more. You can party with your group.
The starting price starts from $400 in which you can even enjoy diving, snorkelling, wakeboarding and others.
18. Explore the Vegetation of Rain Forest at Mount Faber Park
Mount Faber Park is the oldest park in Singapore offering a host of activities. Covered with secondary rain forest, the vegetation on the slope helps to stabilise the terrain besides beautifying the park. Being a part of Southern Ridges, it comprises of Telok Blangah Hill Park, HortPark, Kent Ridge Park and Labrador Nature Reserve. Take a cable park from Mount Faber to Sentosa to enjoy the spectacular view from high above the ground.
You can engage in sightseeing, bird watching, heritage trails and others.
Timing: Open 24hrs
How to Reach?
One can reach the Mount Faber Park is by reaching the HarbourFront station through MRT. It is at the 9mins walkable distance.
19. Turn into Millionaire by visiting the Casino
One of the iconic places of Singapore, Marina Bay Sands houses the largest casino of the world. Spread over 15,000 square meters of gaming space, it is the home to over r 600 table games, more than 1,500 slots and a wide array of dining options. Take the advantage of various rewards like- Sands Rewards Club and Sands Rewards Lifestyle. You must even check the Resorts World Sentosa which has exclusive clubs, games and dinning.
20. Gauge on the Best Street Foods of Singapore
Get into the street and indulge yourself into the enchanting menu of Singapore’s street food. Check out the vibrant dishes like- chicken rice, char kway teow, bak chor mee, and many more. On the streets of Singapore, you’ll find dishes having the mixtures of Chinese, Malay and Indian.
Some of the iconic places to try street foods are- Wee Nam Kee at Thomson Road, Uncle Chicken Rice at Bedok Marketplace, Char Kway Teow at Hong Lim Food Centre, Kaya Toast at Tong Ah Eating House and a few other places. These places offer some unbeatable veg and non-veg items which you can’t afford to miss.
21) Jurong Bird Park: Have some exciting colours around you!!!
A famous bird park in Singapore is Jurong that exhibits a captivating menagerie of different types of birds in different colours. The park is run by Wildlife Reserves Singapore and it spreads across an area of 0.2 square kilometers on the western slope of the beautiful Jurong Hills.
The African Waterfall Aviary which is the second largest walk-in aviary in the world, Wings of Asia with more 200 species of South Asian birds, Dinosaur Descendants with flightless birds, Penguin Coast and Pelican Cove are some of the primary spots where you can find a multitude of birds appear in different colours and size.
Monday to Sunday
From 08:30 am to 06:00 pm
Child (3-12 years): $19
Senior Citizen: $ 13
The nearest MRT station to Jurong Bird Park is on the East-West (Green) line. You will be able to arrive at the park by these connecting buses. It is located about a 30-minute drive away from the city so that you can come by your taxi itself.
22) Escape Room: Dared to do something really challenging now?
Everyone is familiar with escape room games which give one the most challenging time inside a locked room with various clues to be solved and get out of the room in limited time. The game is so famous these days and Singapore has more than a countable number of escape room games.
People visiting Singapore will not miss the chance to become a part of at least one of those games. Some of the famous and giving innovative themes are Xcape.sg, exitplan.sg, lockdown.sg, theescapeartist.sg etc.
Xcape is 6400 square feet with 10 game themes, 48 game chambers and has 4 outlets at city center, lockdown.sg has seven escape rooms and theescapeartist.sg exhibits 9 games. There are haunted rooms and locked rooms with different themes and settings. Clues will be according to the theme and you have to decipher the clues with the help of your team members. All the games are played in groups.
Timing: Each escape room game center has different timings. But one game would be for one hour to the maximum.
Price: The entry fee also varies depending on the number of people and the game you choose.
23) Spend some amazing time at Tiong Bahru
If heritage and culture excite you then Tiong Bahru in Singapore is a must visit place for you. Once you step into this place you will witness lined upmarket with quaint art deco shophouses and residential estates. This part is known as the oldest residential estates in Singapore. But with the coming age, this part has sparked up as one of the most attractive places in Singapore.
One can also find a variety of restaurants, cafes etc. Whether you are looking for some fun shopping, relaxing with yoga or taste from the delicious cuisine you will have the best of experience here. Get a chance to taste the local culture of Singapore while you visit this place.
From local flowers to fresh flower Tiong Bahru’s wet market holds some of the best features of Singapore. Your added adventure will be that you will also get to learn about the rich heritage and culture of this region.
Location: Tiong Bahru is located within Bukit Merah Planning Area.
24) Quick Getaway to Bintan Islands
Well, when you are heading out for a vacation to the most attractive place in the world Singapore you can’t afford to miss out any place. Just a short boat ride from Singapore city you will find the exotic Bintan Island. With beautiful beaches and natural wonder, this island is beckoning the Globetrotters to explore this island to its core.
Not just for its beauty but the islands also holds some rich historical significance which dates back to 16th century when this island became a trading port in Southeast Asia. Learn about the tales of piracy, power struggle and conflict while you visit this one of a kind island. One can also find a plenty of traditional villages here which offers the visitors a glimpse of their past history and culture.
And most of all you get to meet the locals residing there who will greet you with their open arms. Whether you want to explore the beach or learn about the culture you will you will never have enough of this island.
Price: The approximate price is $8 per person.
25) Learn to Drive Super Cars in Singapore
With an aim of giving everyone a chance to drive a supercar, EuroSports Global Ltd SGX Symbol-5G1 brings forth its subsidiary named Ultimate Drive that provides everyone with a wish to drive supercars a chance to do so. You can find the power of the straights of the freeway or enjoy the cruise the coastline.
Either you can try your hands at experiencing the power of these cars or sit back and watch the professional drivers exhibiting their talent on the pathway and know what these can really do. You are free to bring someone along and take a car reach for a double tour. At the end of your drive, you will be given a fantastic recording of your trip captured on HD cameras. You have to pay just $ 58.
The price range starts at $ 298 for 15 minute ride and also you can get membership packages to use the cars for longer time. Along with that, you can avail the Supercar packages for Weddings, City and Island Tours and Supercar Convoys.
Operating hours: 09:00 am to 10:00 pm
Location: 1 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018971
26) Visit The Famous Esplanade Theatres
Since ages, we have seen that theaters are something which depicts the truth, history, and essence of the past life. The actor brings out everything to live from the days of past as well as the present.
So while you are visiting Singapore get a chance to enjoy an amazing show at the famous Esplanade Theatres. Esplanade Theatre also known as The Esplanade is a 60,000 square meters arts performing center.
Performed by world class artist and presenting the best in performing arts here one can find a diverse range of dance, music and theater performances with captivating visual arts exhibition. The best thing about the theater is that you will remain awestruck by the amazing visuals which are displayed near the main entrance.
Timings: One can enjoy the performances daily from 12:00 PM to 8:30 PM.
Price: The entry price for this theater cost around $6.00 per person, Family (up to 5 people) $19.00 and for School Tours/Field Trips $40.00
27) Dance the night away with a Bang Bang Party
Now tell you how you can not go clubbing while you are in Singapore. Well, guys brace yourself as we bring you the hottest club party in Singapore, Bang Bang. The name itself gives you the vibe right? Located at the Marina Bay, and housed in a 5,000 square foot venue at the 5 Star Pan Pacific Hotel BANG BANG is the ultimate place for you to end your night.
With an inspiration from the world’s top high-energy nightclubs, this club is the trendiest and most happening nightlife. Hit the dance floor and let the music rock you through the night. This is just the place where you can listen to the music and party scenes of will-i-am, and lmfao etc. Guys, get ready for the sinful night.
Timings: Every Wednesday from 10:00 PM -5: 00 AM, Friday: 10:00 PM -6:00 AM and Saturday: 10:00 PM- 6:00 AM.
28) Find the Kid in You Once Again at the Trampoline Parks in Singapore
Trampoline Parks are not uncommon and every game freak would love to enjoy time at trampoline parks. The major feature that makes these parks favourite is its warm welcome to any age. Singapore also welcomes fun seekers to try some different trampolines with modernized equipment and much more enhanced trampolines.
Bounce Singapore is one of the famous trampoline parks which has three areas designed for various levels of interest and difficulties so that young kids, adults, teens and fitness freaks can find the suitable trampoline to jump up to the air and have fun. Zoom Park Asia is the largest indoor trampoline park in Singapore which displays 2 dodgeball courts, 1 4 lane foam pit, 3 long tumble tracks and the spacious main court with a lot of fun moments hidden.
Bounce Singapore: various timings- usually from 10:00 am to 09:00 pm
Zoom park Asia: various timing- usually from 10:00 am to 09:00 pm
Bounce Singapore: Cathay Cineleisure Orchard, 8 Grange Road, #09-01, Singapore 239695
Zoom park Asia: 200 Pandan Gardens, #01-14, Singapore 609336
29) Enjoy partying at Clarke Quay in Singapore till You are Tired
A historical riverside quay in Singapore is Clarke Quay that is nestled within the Singapore River Planning Area, at a location upstream from the origin of the Singapore River and Boat Quay. It is where the great events of Singapore happen and people come to join the best parties and to try out the most scrumptious food items one can get in Singapore.
Music concerts, fashion weeks, special dining moments etc are carved out here. Fun parties are done frequently with the unlimited flow of international drinks and famous cuisines. There are a bunch of offers going on every day to attract people from all age groups.
Opening hours: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm- Monday to Sunday
It is located at 3 River Valley Rd, Singapore 179024 and bus no: 54 is available from Scotts Road and 32 from City Hall MRT Station. River Taxi services can be availed from Raffles Place MRT Station.
30) Treat at Montreaux Jazz Café
Sparkling bright and a spotlight at the Singapore’s bustling Orchard Road and the latest addition here is the amazing Montreaux Jazz Café. With a blend of East and West and with some improvisation this place showcases performances championing the spirit of the Festival.
Whether it’s Jazz or Blues you will get to hear to some amazing world music and eclectic artists, including genres such as rock, pop and hip-hop while you visit this café. Enjoy some fine dining experience here and taste some delicious cuisine while you listen to some soulful songs. With a variety of food on your menu, all you have to do is just feel the beat with a treat.
Cuisine: The cuisine which is serving in this café is Contemporary.
Timings: Monday to Sunday, lunch from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM and Dinner 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM.
Location: Montreaux Jazz Café is located at 10 Claymore Road, Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore.