6 Singapore experiences for the brave
Puja Disha Bharwani | TRAVEL IDEAS | March 16, 2015

Add an adventurous twist to your Singapore trip with these cool activities:

Crossfire Paintball

Crossfire Paintball, Singapore.

Ready for a paintball battle? File photo: Paul Rodriguez/ZUMA Press/Corbis

Shooting at one another with (non-toxic, biodegradable) paints in a simulated battlefield—and other natural terrains—is not only lots of fun but also makes for a great workout. You’ll run through multi-tiered fields dotted with a variety of obstacles.
Where: Singapore Discovery Centre


iFly Singapore.

Feel the thrill of free falling into the sky in iFly’s indoor wind tunnel simulator.

Always wanted to skydive but never found the opportunity (or the nerve)? Feel the thrill of free falling into the sky in iFly’s indoor wind tunnel simulator—it gives you the sensation of falling from a height of 12,000ft, with a view of the South China Sea past a clear acrylic wall.
Where: Siloso Beachfront, Sentosa

MegaZip Adventure Park

Zip-lining at MegaZip Adventure Park, Singapore.

Go zip-lining over lush forest cover with your family or friends.

An exhilarating 450m zip-line takes you from 245ft above ground level (at speeds up to 60kmph), cruising over lush forest cover to set you down at the landing point on the beach. For added excitement, you can also race your friends or family.
Where: Imbiah Hill Road, Sentosa


No, it doesn’t have anything to do with a blooper reel, but it sure does have the makings of one. Suit up with a Bloop ball (similar to the balls used for zorbing) and make like a bumper car—run head-on into your friends and send them bouncing off in the opposite direction. You can also opt for a game of Bloop Soccer.

Laser clay shooting

The eco-friendly version of clay pigeon shooting, you use lasers (in the form of de-activated 12-bore shotguns) instead of firearms to shoot at clay targets. You need patience and focus to be able to really make the most of this unique adventure activity.
Where: Fort Siloso, Sentosa

Forest Adventure

There are 34 obstacles across four separate sites here, which include wobbly bridges, zip lines, trapezes, logs and a huge tarzan swing. Be prepared to go through a 30-minute safety briefing first. You’ll be wowed by the reservoir and the greenery around.
Where: Bedok Reservoir