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Top 10 outdoor activities in Singapore- How to make the most of your time in Singapore

Considered as one of Asia's top tourist destinations, Singapore is brimming with outdoor activities if you're some who enjoys a fun-filled vacation. Listed are some of excursions worth checking out.


Fort Canning Park

Fort Canning Park is one of Singapore's key historic locations located at the heart of the city. The park is filled with lots of greenery and is the perfect place to escape the loud noises of the city and enjoy a peaceful afternoon walk to de-stress.


G-Max Reverse Bungy

Located at one of Singapore's well-known nightlife spots, Clarke Quay, the G-Max Reserve Bungy is a ride where you'll be strapped into a small capsule and catapulted 60 metres into the air with a press of a button.


Bungy jumping

If you're an adrenaline junky and you're looking for an adventure bungy jumping from 47 metres above the ground in Sentosa is something you should definitely try out. The experience is great for anyone taking part or watching as the Sentosa beach gives its guest visitors with a clear vision of anyone jumping.


Boat Quay

If you want to enjoy the sunset in Singapore while grabbing a drink or a bite to eat then Boat Quay is a great place to visit. Located between Marina Bay and Clarke Quay, Boat Quay was one of Singapore's most famous ports that played a big role in making the country a developed nation.



Kayaking is a rewarding activity for water sports lover as it takes you from the depths of the mangroves to the open waters. The adventure starts at Pulau Ubin's southern end and goes toward Ketam Island. Otters, large schools of fish and grey herons are some of the animals you'll see while Kayaking.


Coney island

Taking a nature walk along Coney island's 2.4-kilometre walkway is a good way to immerse yourself in the natural beauty that Singapore has to offer. You can either follow the signs close to the beach or make your own path. The surroundings of Coney island is so beautiful that many wedding pre-shoots are done here.


MacRitchie Reservoir

Located close to Thomson road, the MacRitchie Reservoir is a spot that is well known by nature lovers and hikers. It offers its visitors with some stunning views similar to Jelutong tower and Tree Top walk. Remember to pack plenty of water and mosquito repellent as even the shortest trail is 6 kilometres long.


Singapore River

If you're staying at a hotel near Clarke Quay MRT Singapore the likes of Park Hotel Clarke Quay visiting the Singapore river that is located at the centre of the city is something that you must do. It is one of the best places to see the magnificent buildings that Singapore has to offer and is home the statue of Merlion- a mystical half fish, half lion that has become Singapore's calling card.


Rock climbing

Rock climbing at the SAFRA Adventure sports centre is another good way to get your adrenaline fix in Singapore. You can put your skills to the test by scaling the 15 meters and 25-metre walls or the18-metre slab which is best suited for pro climbers as it contains crack walls and chimneys.


The Botanic gardens

Recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the Botanic gardens in Singapore which span over 74 hectares is a great place to visit if you want to see the bio-diversity that Singapore has to offer. Every part of the park except for National Orchid Garden of this park can be seen for no charge at all.