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Adventure Activities in Singapore – More Than Just a Shopping Hub

If you thought Orchard Road was Singapore's biggest thrill, think again. And 'no' it's not the fabulous cuisine; Singapore is an adventure hungry junkie's haven. Read on and see what's on offer.


Have You Tried Indoor Sky Diving?

If the answer is 'no', time to get acquainted with the sport in Singapore. Head over to the iFly Singapore on Sentosa Island, and enjoy body-flying, at the five storey high indoor wind tunnel. Safely simulate the buzz of a 10,000 foot free-fall and get that adrenaline pumping. One of Singapore's most adventurous activities, the place is open from 9 am to 10 pm every day of the week, exempting Wednesday's, when it is open from 10.30 am to 10 pm.


How About a Water Adventure for the Entire Family

Head over to Adventure Cove Water Park on Sentosa Island, only around 13kms for guests staying at Park Hotel Farrer Park, and you can indulge in a number of water adventures. On offer is a trip along Adventure River, which meanders its way along 14 themed zones, of these the tropical jungle garden zone is quite a thrill to experience. For more action take a ride on the hydro-magnetic coaster or don your flippers and mask and explore the coral reef, home to over 20,000 fish of all colours, hues and shapes. The park is open from 10 am to 6 pm and is one of the easiest precincts to reach from hotels in Serangoon Road, Singapore.


Charge that Adrenaline Rush With Formula One Racing

Get on to Singapore's Formula One Circuit and rev up the engine of a smooth Lamborghini or Ferrari. Take on a couple of hair raising laps as you race along the circuit in a turbocharged vehicle. Book a double lap tour and enjoy the thrills of one of Singapore's most hair raising activities.


Master Forest Obstacles

Singapore, as everyone knows, is a small country of skyscrapers, and lush parks. Head over to the Bedok Reservoir Park and enjoy some Tarzan style fun. On offer is a whole gamut of thrilling activities, such as, swinging trapezes, hanging nets, wobbly logs and marvellous zip lines which wiz over the reservoir. The park is open from 9.30 am to 6 pm on all days exempting Monday's, and is the perfect interaction with nature.


Reverse Bungee is a Whole New Experience

If you want to experience the gravitational pull of a rocket launch; give reverse bungee a go; the activity takes place at Clarke Quay, renowned as a venue for adventure sports. This adrenaline pumping sport is not for the faint of heart; be prepared to be raised to heights of 60 metres at speeds of 200km/ph. Open from 2 pm, the sport is a must try, if you are hankering for a spot if heart thumping action, which will not be easily forgotten.

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