6 High Element Activities In Singapore For Daredevils

17 June
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If you enjoy feeling the rush of adrenaline or the rapid thumps of your heart after an unforgettable experience, perhaps you will then decide to seek for more thrill. Give yourself a chance to travel on a wire from the dizzying peak of Imbiah Hill all the way to Siloso beach, or swing yourself on a trapeze!

It is no wonder that Singapore has become a place for Daredevils who are seeking thrill and excitement to make their life worthwhile! We have curated a list of high element activities in Singapore for you to get your adrenaline pumping.

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If you are up for the ultimate thrill-seeking challenge, bungee jumping is an activity you have to strike off from your bucket list. Bungee jumpers are said to find thrill and excitement in the rise of their heart rates before and during the fall. This is a pumping and unforgettable experience all thrill-seekers should definitely attempt at least once.

AJ Hackett International will be launching Singapore’s first Bungee Tower at Sentosa and invites all daredevils to flock over for a gigantic leap of faith! The date of its official launch will be updated on AJ Hackett Sentosa’s Facebook page.

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If you think the flying trapeze is one of the lightest suggestions listed in a post on heavy, adrenaline-pumping activities. It’s really not. The flying trapeze is the first of its kind in Singapore and is definitely more difficult than it looks. Internal focus and strength are vital if you want to conquer this feat.

The flying trapeze at Sentosa is finally giving you a chance to achieve a firsthand experience of performing in a circus troupe!

101 Siloso Road, 098970
Tel: +65 62750100
Mon to Fri: 2.30pm – 6.30am
Sat & Sun: 2.30 – 7pm
Nearest MRT: Harbourfront

ST31082013-1324275735/Edward Teo/Lydia Vasko Five-year-old Timothy Kim moves slow and steady atop a trapeze on the kiddy course as his father, Benjamin, looks on. This was the first time father and son spent their afternoon at Forest Adventure. Mr Kim said that his son loves the outdoors and that the obstacle course was a great opportunity for them to bond. lvfamily: Story about activities families can do together over the September school holidays. Pictures of families on the kiddy and grand course.Photo Credit: wealthmastery


Everyone has attended camps and attempted forest obstacle courses at least once with their camp mates.
Forest Adventure at Bedok Reservoir offers 44 obstacles for daredevils to kill time at. With towering platforms, narrower paths and shaky bridges, these obstacles are sure to drive your heart rate up.

Bedok Reservoir Rd
Singapore 479244
Tel: +65 8100 7420
Tues to Sun: 9.30am – 6pm
Nearest MRT: Bedok

Thrill-seekers would be familiar with an amusement park ride termed ‘The Slingshot’. So how about a challenge of being propelled 60 metres skywards at 200km per hour? Sounds good? Unlike the common Bungee jump that we’re all familiar with, Reversed bungee is a safer option and wouldn’t induce too much fear in acrophobics. Try not to stomach anything before hopping in for a ride!

G-max Reversed Bungy is a popular choice for interested parties who are both looking into reversed bungee facilities and extreme swings. It is typically priced at S$45 per ride or you can get the both rides at S$69.

3E River Valley Rd
Singapore 179024
Tel: 6338 1766
Mon to Sun: 2pm – 12am
Nearest MRT: Clarke Quay

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Situated at the top of Sentosa Island’s Imbiah Hill, the Mega Adventure Park offers a variety of thrilling selections. MegaZip, also known as Asia’s most extreme zip line, remains the attraction’s most popular feature.

At a travelling speed of 50 km per hour, you will get to ‘zip’ down from Imbiah Hill all the way to the end point at Siloso Beach. Even at a dizzying height of 75 metres, it still sounds pretty fascinating to those who yearn for an extra thrill!

10A Siloso Beach Walk
Singapore 099008
Tel: +65 68845602
Daily: 11am – 7pm
Nearest MRT: Harbourfront

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It isn’t surprising to discover how this versatile and physically demanding sport is scaling in popularity. Individuals who find enjoyment in rock climbing are reaping the physical benefits of developing leaner muscles, enhanced agility and sturdier bodies. There’s always a sense of satisfaction for climbers once they successfully reach the top.
Drop by Safra Sports Centre for a wide range of new facilities and walls for your dose of adrenalin pumpin’ climbing. Experience the thrill with three different walls to accommodate to everyone’s climbing capability.

60 Yishun Avenue 4, Singapore 769027
Tel: +65 68528222
Tue-Fri: 1pm – 9.30pm
Sat & Sun, PH: 9am – 5.30pm.
Nearest MRT: Yishun

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