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Singapore Sports & Activities

  
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There is a whole range of activities you can do in Singapore, from sports, to going for a spa, or even learning how to speak Mandarin. Singapore is a generally sporty nation, with a long breath of activities for everyone, though, not as well-developed in terms of depth.

This relaxed approach is set to change, as the government is placing higher emphasis on sports as a professional career.

Places for Sports & Activities in Singapore

Sport (Other) G-Max Bungee
Thrill-seekers beware- this might prove addictive. For a quick (it lasts a mere 5 minutes) adrenaline fix, choose from 2 options: the G-Max and G-X 5. The former is a reverse bungy and will catapult you 60 metres into the ... more
 1 Fans, Mid Range, From S$30 - 60, in River Area
Spa/Wellness True Yoga
True Yoga was founded in November 2004 and has two centres located in downtown Singapore. The branch at Ocean Towers occupies a space of 18,000 sq ft and has 3 Yoga studios, 1 Hot Yoga Studio and 2 Personal Training Studio... more
 1 Fans, Mid Range, in Chinatown & Financial District
 
Wintersport Snow City
Snow City is a small indoor theme park that promises the subzero snow experience right here in sunny Singapore. Part of the Science Centre franchise and operated by Snow Venture Pte. Ltd., it was established in 2001 and renovated in 2007 to cater to the 130,000 ... more
 1 Fans, Mid Range, 1hr snowplay Adults S$26, Child S$14, 2hr snowplay Adults S$27, Child S$22, minusZero Bar S$12 (1 free drink), in West
Swimming Jurong East Swimming Complex
Jurong East Swimming Complex is a public swimming compound housing a competition and wave pool, a Jacuzzi and relaxing man-made river, three water slides and a kiddy pool. It was opened in March 2000 and is popular with lo... more
 1 Fans, Low Budget, Weekday Adult S$1.50, Child & Senior Citizen S$0.80, Weekend & PH Adult S$2, Child & Senior Citizen S$1, in West
 
Fishing Pasir Ris Fishing Pond
Pasir Ris Fishing Pond is a large and spacious fishing area located near to the Pasir Ris Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station. Due to its size and the fact that it is open 24 hours daily, it is popular place among fishing ent... more
 1 Fans, Mid Range, Night Fishing S$35, Day Fishing from S$38-45, in Changi And Pasir Ris
Go Kart Sentosa Luge & Skyride
The Sentosa Luge & Skyride was opened in 2005 and offers a modest thrill ride suitable for most ages. It is comprised of two parts, namely the Luge and the Skyride. You can choose to begin with either but the starting ... more
 1 Fans, Mid Range, Luge & Skyride from S11-22 per person, in Sentosa
 
Sport (Other) Sentosa Cineblast
Sentosa Cineblast was opened in 2007 and is the only cinema ride in Singapore. This cinema simulation ride basically brings visitors on a virtual ride that a log takes when it gets cut down until it reaches a processing fa... more
 1 Fans, Mid Range, Adult S$18, Child S$11, in Sentosa
Climbing Via Ferrata
BorderX; pronounced as Border Crossing, a company founded by climbing enthusiasts, are the first ones to bring an indoor via ferrata experience in Asia. The wall, promptly named Via Ferrata, is the world’s tallest indoor experience at 30 metres tall, the e... more
Mid Range, Weekday - S$30, Weekend - S$35, in Orchard Road
 
Sport (Other) Kallang Ice World
With the closure of Fuji Ice Palace at Jurong in 2008, Kallang Ice World is the only remaining ice-skating rink left in Singapore, measuring 10,500 square feet, which several suggest is three-quarters of an Olympic-size. It is located at the newly renovated Leis... more
Mid Range, $15 - $17.50/2 hours, socks/gloves charged extra, in East
Tennis Burghley Squash and Tennis Centre
If you manage to escape the ever-present temptation of food in Singapore, and decide to sweat it out by playing squash or tennis, why not head down to Burghley Squash and Tennis Centre? The centre, managed by Singapore Sports Council, has been opened since 1981,... more
Non-peak hourly: $3 - $3.50, Peak hourly: $6 - $9.50, in North
 
These are just 10 of 34 Places for Sports & Activities in Singapore. Show more.


Singapore Sports & Activities Reviews

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Affordable popular sports like swimming, cycling and inline-skating
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A sports complex can be found in almost every town
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Most sports facilities are clean and well-maintained
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Availability of kids-friendly sports like bowling and badminton
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Beaches which are popular sports venues, get crowded over weekends
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