If you and your friends are looking for some adrenaline-pumping action, look no further than these high-octane attractions in Singapore! Besides soaking in Singapore’s rich history, diverse culture and tucking into its culinary delights, there are many exciting things you can do on our sunny island. Here are Singapore’s best thrills and spills that we highly recommend.

1. Mega Adventure

Soak in panoramic views of Sentosa island and the South China Sea when you soar through the air on Mega Adventure’s ziplines! 

Thrillseekers will love sliding down the 450-metre-long, 75-metre-high MegaZip, and experience the feeling of free-fall parachuting when they leap off the MegaJump platform. Tackle the slew of obstacles that the Mega Climb presents, then bounce 8 metres into the air on the bungy trampolines of the MegaBounce.

For parents with little ones, kindly note the height and weight restrictions for each of the attractions. For the MegaZip, children under 30kg are allowed to fly in tandem with a parent or adult companion. There’s also a kiddie course in the pipeline for children younger than 8 years old or shorter than 1.3 metres in height, so look out for updates on their website. 


Location:  Siloso Beach, Sentosa
Opening hours: Opens daily from 11:00am to 6:00pm
Prices: Combo package (MegaZip, MegaClimb and MegaJump) at S$99. More details on their website here.

2. Skypark Sentosa by AJ Hackett

Craving an unforgettable thrill? Look no further than Skypark Sentosa by AJ Hackett, which is named after the famous bungy pioneer from New Zealand. Located on the stunning Siloso Beach, this adventure playground offers heart-stopping experiences that will have you clinging to dear life (in the best way possible). 

Take the plunge with the world-famous bungy jump, plummeting 50 metres towards the earth before the bungee cord kicks in for a surge of exhilaration. If you prefer a swinging good time, the Giant Swing will send you soaring in a pendulum-like arc at speed of 120km/h, offering breathtaking views and a weightless sensation. For those who like their thrills a little tamer, the Skywalk provides panoramic vistas, including sections with a see-through glass floor to test your mettle. 


Location: Siloso Beach, Sentosa
Opening hours: Opens daily from 11:30am to 7:30pm
Prices: Skypark Sentosa Skybridge (S$15), Skypark Sentosa Giant Swing (S$69), Skypark Sentosa Bungy Jump (S$169)

3. Slingshot Singapore’s GX-5 Extreme Swing

If you fancy being catapulted into the air on a massive pendulum, head over to Clarke Quay’s iconic GX-5 Extreme Swing. Get ready for a wild ride because this isn't your average playground swing! You’ll be hoisted 40 metres up, taking in the vibrant Singapore skyline before experiencing a heart-stopping freefall. Reaching speeds over 120 km/h, you'll feel the wind whipping through your hair as you soar through the air. The GX-5 swings you back and forth, offering a thrilling pendulum motion with breathtaking city views as a backdrop. 

After you work up an appetite on this high-octane ride, take your pick from the multitude of epicurean experiences that await in this historic neighbourhood.

Address: 3E River Valley Road, Clarke Quay, Block E, Singapore 179024
Opening hours: Sunday to Thursday - 4:30pm to 11:30pm, Friday and Saturday - 5:30pm to 1:30am
Prices: S$45 for adults, S$35 for students (18 years old and below)

4. Forest Adventure

Escape the urban jungle for a thrilling adventure at Forest Adventure. See Bedok Reservoir in a new light when you boldly cross it on a 300-metre-long zipline! You’ll also be able to soak in gorgeous views of Eastern Singapore when you take on Forest Adventure’s treetop obstacle course and Tarzan Swing. 

This multifaceted park indulges thrillseekers in two and a half hours of obstacles, comprising three ziplines and 44 wobbly crossings, perfect for a fun-filled day with friends or family, offering an adrenaline rush amidst the lush greenery of Singapore.


Address: 825 Bedok Reservoir Park, Singapore 479244
Opening hours: Opens daily from 9:00am to 6:00pm
Prices: Standard ticket for The Grand Course (S$50.90), Standard ticket for The Junior Course (S$40.90), Standard ticket for The Kids Course (S$40.90)

5. The Fragment Room

Feeling like you need to smash some stress? Unleash your inner rockstar at The Fragment Room, Singapore's first rage room experience. Yell, play your own music and you get to break special items for an added fee. This unique activity provides a cathartic outlet for pent-up frustration. Suit up in protective gear and let loose in a room full of breakables. Think smashing plates, tossing furniture, and obliterating electronics (in a safe and controlled way, of course). It's a surprisingly therapeutic way to blow off steam and leave feeling lighter and more energised.

The Fragment Room is located in the quaint neighbourhood of Macpherson, which invites you to tuck into a wide variety of cuisine—several of the eateries here are open till late.


Address: 490 MacPherson Road, Singapore 368198
Opening hours: Opens daily from 12:00pm to 10:00pm
Prices: From S$38 for one pax. More details on their website here.

6. Skyline Luge Sentosa

Race your friends and family as you hurtle down a hill in a go-kart, in which you’ll speed through tunnels and drift past round, sharp corners. There’s also a chairlift called the Skyride that lets you soak in a 360-degree view of Sentosa—when it comes to island thrills with a view, it doesn’t get any better than this. If you visit Skyline Luge on the weekends, you’ll be able to take part in its Night Luge circuit track as well.


Location: Sentosa
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday - 11:00am to 7:30pm, Friday - 11:00am to 9:00pm, Saturday - 10:00am to 9:00pm, Sunday - 10:00am to 7:00pm, Night Luge on Saturday and Sunday - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Prices: Prices start from S$25 for Skyride and 2 ride combo. More details on their website here.

7. SuperPark

Unleash your inner child and get your heart racing at SuperPark Singapore, the largest indoor activity park in the country. This kid-friendly space has three zones: an Adventure Area, Game Arena and Freestyle Hall.

Test your agility on the challenging Ninja Track, featuring obstacles and climbing walls. Brave the thrilling tube slide or race your friends on the pedal car track in the Adventure Area. If friendly competition is your thing, head to the Game Arena for a game of superbowling, basketball, or even a go at interactive baseball. Feeling the freestyle vibe? The Freestyle Hall boasts trampolines, a skate park, and a climbing area, perfect for practicing your tricks or learning some new ones.


Address: Suntec City, 3 Temasek Blvd, #02-477, Singapore 038983
Opening hours: Monday to Friday - 10:30am to 8pm, Saturday and Sunday - 9:00am to 9:00pm
Prices: From S$33.90 for adults, S$22.90 for children below 100m for a 3-hour session (off-peak). Book your ticket on their website here


8. Zero Latency

Step into another reality and battle alongside friends at Zero Latency, Singapore's largest free-roam virtual reality arena. Groups of up to four can don virtual reality equipment—which include a state-of-the-art headset and a gun controller—and pick from different missions. These games, which range from a zombie apocalypse to a deep space mission, will test friendships and teamwork as you’ll be tasked to work together and battle through hordes of enemies.


Address: Suntec City, 3 Temasek Blvd, #03 - 346 / 347, Singapore 038983
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday - 12:00pm to 9:00pm, Friday - 12:00pm to 10:00pm, Saturday - 11:00am to 10:00pm, Sunday - 11:00am to 9:00pm
Prices: S$48 (off-peak)/ S$59.90 (regular) for one pax.

9. Ola Beach Club

Cruise through the crystal-clear waters of Siloso Beach and get your adrenaline pumping at Ola Beach Club. This one-stop shop for water adventures caters to all thrill levels. Test your paddling skills and explore hidden coves with a single or double kayak rental. For a more laid-back experience, try stand-up paddleboarding, where you can soak up the sun and admire the stunning coastline. If you're looking for a group activity with a guaranteed laugh attack, then the giant inflatable banana boat or donut ride is sure to deliver. Hold on tight and scream with delight as you get bounced around on the waves – it's perfect for friends and families seeking a dose of lighthearted thrills.

Afterwards, you can eat, drink, party, groove to the tunes of Ola’s guest DJs—plan wisely and you’ll be able to catch the sun set from the club’s dancefloor.


Location: Siloso Beach, Sentosa
Opening hours: Opens daily from 9:00am to 7:00pm
Prices: Stand-up paddling from S$35, Kayak from S$25, Banana Boat from S$25, Donut Ride from S$25. More details on their website here.


Far from a boring metropolis, Singapore abounds with unforgettable experiences. In fact, even Singapore’s Changi Airport invites you to embark on exciting activities within our world-class airport. Download the Changi App to discover all that Changi Airport has to offer.

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