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Top 5 Sports to Try in Singapore – Improve Your Fitness Levels

Engaging in sports is great for your body and your mental health. It's also a great way to meet new friends or bond with old ones. Here are some exciting sports to try out while in Singapore.


Step into Harry's world

Not Prince Harry, of course. Play a game of Quidditch as you step into the world of the famous wizard, Harry Potter. Unfortunately, there are no flying broomsticks, but you do get a makeshift one to hold between your thighs as you play an advanced game of volleyball. Pass the ball to your teammates until you score by throwing the ball through the rings. This game was set up by the students from the National University of Singapore, but if you head to a park with your friends, you can try it out there too.


Rock Climbing

Scale the walls like Spiderman when you're in Singapore. A thrilling activity for anyone, rock climbing is also a great way to test your advance thinking skills! Located in the Singapore Sports Hub, Climb Central is roughly 10 minutes away from Grand Park City Hall and other such centrally located hotels in Singapore City Centre; it's the ideal place to start your sporting adventures! Surprisingly, rock climbing is one of the few sports that tones your whole body and gives you a full workout. Climb Central provides climbers, both beginners and experts, a climbing area of 1,000 square metres, and is said to be the tallest indoor climbing venue in Singapore. The minimum age for this sport is 5 years and the minimum weight is 20kg. Climbs are requested to wear comfortable sportswear.


Jump! Jump!

For the young and old, this activity promises fun for all. The AMPED Trampoline Park encourages you to "pick a fight with gravity"! Backflip and jump around the massively interconnected trampolines covering 5,000 square feet of the park's floor space, complete with a parkour park and a foam pit. Located 5 minutes away from the iconic Clarke Quay, spend the day here with your family or friends. Remember to wear comfortable sportswear and invest in some grip socks as this is essential if you want to trampoline your way around the AMPED Trampoline Park.


Stand up Paddling (SUP)

Head over to Sentosa Island for some fun in the sun. The only things you need are a surfboard and a paddle! Instead of bodyboarding your way trying to catch the perfect wave, you'll be standing upright using the paddle for support as you battle the waves. The SUP School in Singapore is located on Tanjong Beach.


Forest Obstacle

Ideal for adventurists, the Forest Adventure is located in Bedok Reservoir Park and features 44 obstacle courses over Singapore's treetops, which requires you to balance, concentrate and manoeuvre your way to the end. There's even a zip line that runs over the water. At an elevated height of 14m, fly with this 300m zip while enjoying your surroundings at a fast speed! Remember to keep your legs at a 90-degree angle! Participants are requested to wear comfortable footwear and clothes.

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