Things to do in Singapore for adventure lovers
Once you’ve had your fill of the classic things to do in Singapore, get adventurous and venture beyond the city’s everyday tourist attractions. The must-do list for any visitor seeking thrill and excitement in Singapore is absorbingly long. From heart-stopping rides, to hiking trails and night safaris—there’s very little chance that you’ll ever get bored.
Singapore Night Safari
Embark on a fascinating journey though the world’s first wildlife night park with an exciting tram ride, spectacular shows and close animal encounters. The first of its kind in the world, this 40-hectare jungle allows you to watch 1000 nocturnal animals in their natural habitats.
Sentosa Island Resort
Singapore’s unfailingly popular Sentosa Island Resort lies five hundred metres off the south coast of the city. An idyllic resort island with pristine beaches, world-class attractions, sea sports, golf courses, museums and food centres, Sentosa is a hub for endless activities to indulge your every interest.
Universal Studios Theme Park
Go beyond the screen at Universal Studios in Singapore—a theme park that lets you experience cutting-edge rides, shows and attractions based on your favourite blockbuster films and television series. From Transformers and Shrek to Madagascar and Jurassic Park—there are plenty of options to indulge every cinematic fantasy you’ve had.
The 165-metre-high flyer is Singapore’s answer to the London Eye—with the title of being the world’s largest ‘Ferris wheel’ up until March 2014. The 30-minute ride offers stunning views of the Colonial District, Marina Bay and the South China Sea extending all the way to parts of neighbouring Malaysia and Indonesia.
Camping at Changi Beach Park
Singapore is an island and there are no less than six major beaches to which its residents flock to every weekend. Out of these, Changi Beach, located on the north eastern tip of the main island is an ideal spot for camping and water sports.