There’s a good reason why Singapore is a popular destination for travelers from all over the world. It’s because the small island has a lot to offer when it comes to leisure and entertainment. You surely would run out of exciting things to do on the island. What you’ll probably run out of is time. Here are some of the fun activities in Singapore that you can try on your visit.
Not all parents may be inclined to allow their kids to race. But when they see the facilities at The Skyline Luge in Sentosa, they might just change their minds. Safety is the priority at the popular children’s race track. The carts are powered by gravity, and the track starts at the top of Mount Imbiah then winds down to Siloso Beach. Riders are screened based on height and not by age. There are four tracks to choose from, and each has special features that make the race fun and exciting. The race package includes the use of the Skyride, which is a fun activity in itself. The lift provides an excellent view of the famous Singapore skyline and the South China Sea.
Arcade and gaming
Singapore offers plenty of gaming options for both children and adults. But if you are looking for a truly immersive gaming experience, then you should go to Sandbox VR on Orchard Road. Go on exciting missions together with your friends. The place offers the latest in VR technology. If you are more into traditional video games, then you can go to Timezone at Westgate. It has more than 200 arcade games and attractions. It’s one of the largest arcades in Singapore, and it’s divided into three zones. There are also different themed party rooms that you can rent for parties and gatherings.
Summers in Singapore can be hot and humid. But that doesn’t mean kids can’t play when the weather is hot. At Kiztopia, an indoor playground at Marina Square, children can still experience the fun and excitement of playing in a playground while remaining cool and comfy at the same time. And the place is not just for kids. It also has an entertainment center that can keep moms and dads busy and happy. The best thing about Kiztopia is that it’s not only a playground. It’s an educational center too where children can learn while having fun. Playing at Kiztopia is indeed one of the fun activities in Singapore that kids can do.
Outdoor obstacle course
If you prefer an outdoor adventure, then you should check out Forest Adventure at Bedok Reservoir Park. Its main attraction is a treetop obstacle course that families can tackle together. It has a total of three courses that cater to different age groups. If you dream of competing in American Ninja Warrior, then you can probably start here. The course is challenging, but they are completely safe, and they’re fun to complete. You can also try the Big Zip, a 300-meter long zip-line that’ll take you flying over waters.
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