- By I-S staff
- | Mar 08, 2013
For a full-on adrenaline rush, strap yourself into this reverse bungee at the edge of Clarke Quay. You’re catapulted 60 meters high up in the air at a speed of about 200 km/hour. Our advice: just don’t attempt this after a heavy meal.
Hop on two-wheeled stand-and-balance eco-friendly vehicles at Gogreen Segway® Eco Adventure to explore Sentosa’s Palawan and Siloso beaches. You’ll also get a short introductory lesson by their instructors before you start.
Experience a freefall with your friends as five people are launched up to 50 meters high in a flyer and taken 100 meters across the Singapore River, reaching a speed of over 120km/hour. Be warned though, it’s not for the faint of heart.
Adventure sports venue iFly Singapore boasts the world’s largest vertical wind tunnel for indoor skydiving, allowing you to experience freefall from 12,000 to 3,000 feet.
Don’t miss Singapore’s only public golf course, a centrally-located facility with lovely city views. At night, the course is floodlit allowing for evening rounds. There’s also a four-story driving range if you prefer.
Zip down one of the longest and steepest zipwire descents in Asia on this 450-meter long flying fox. Take in stunning views of Sentosa and beyond before landing on a scenic islet.
Part go-cart, part toboggan, you’ll get to race down a 650-meter outdoor downhill track past trees and round sharp bends to the beach within one to five minutes on the Luge.
Go skiing, snow tubing and snowboarding on an exhilarating 60-meter, three-story high slope in the first indoor snow facility in Singapore.
This thrill-seeking, prime water sports destination is a barrel of surfing fun with enormous pools generating artificial waves. It boasts two wave-creating machines for surfing: the FlowBarrel® and FlowRider®.
Singapore’s largest waterpark offers different water-based rides for all ages. Brave the rapids in Southeast Asia’s first raft slide Ular-Lah or “skateboard” on a raft up and down a four-story water ramp at Slide Up. Plus, there are also twisting water slides and the Tsunami, a simulated surfing area.