G-MAX Reverse Bungy & GX-5 Extreme Swing - the first bungy in Singapore (Clarke Quay; tel 63381146)

G-MAX Reverse Bungy & GX-5 Extreme Swing - the first bungy in Singapore (Clarke Quay; tel 63381146)

iFly Singapore - Live your dreams with the world’s largest themed wind tunnel for indoor skydiving. With its state-of-the-art technology, iFly Singapore has made flying more fun and easier than ever! (beside Beach Station, Siloso Beach, Sentosa Island; tel 65710000)

iFly Singapore - Live your dreams with the world’s largest themed wind tunnel for indoor skydiving. With its state-of-the-art technology, iFly Singapore has made flying more fun and easier than ever! (beside Beach Station, Siloso Beach, Sentosa Island; tel 65710000)

MegaZip Adventure Park - For fantastic fun and adventure in Singapore, look no further than the MegaZip Adventure Park. Perched atop Imbiah Hill on Sentosa Island, the Parks' range of attractions include zip lines (flying foxes), a climbing wall, a high rope obstacle course with 36 challenging elements and a simulated parachute jump. There's something for all ages, shapes and sizes. (Imbiah Hill Rd, Sentosa Island; tel 68845602)

MegaZip Adventure Park - For fantastic fun and adventure in Singapore, look no further than the MegaZip Adventure Park. Perched atop Imbiah Hill on Sentosa Island, the Parks' range of attractions include zip lines (flying foxes), a climbing wall, a high rope obstacle course with 36 challenging elements and a simulated parachute jump. There's something for all ages, shapes and sizes. (Imbiah Hill Rd, Sentosa Island; tel 68845602)

Sentosa Luge & Skyride - Cruise in a leisurely fashion – or race down, if you prefer – a long paved, curving track in a luge cart that is remarkably easy to manoeuvre. When you reach the bottom of the track, scramble on to the chairlift for a treetop ride back to the starting point, and do it all over again. Sheer fun for young and old. (Siloso Beach, Sentosa Island)

Sentosa Luge & Skyride - Cruise in a leisurely fashion – or race down, if you prefer – a long paved, curving track in a luge cart that is remarkably easy to manoeuvre. When you reach the bottom of the track, scramble on to the chairlift for a treetop ride back to the starting point, and do it all over again. Sheer fun for young and old. (Siloso Beach, Sentosa Island)

Get fit with karate - Free trial classes available for first-time students! (Shito-ryu Karate Association of Singapore, 94 McNair Rd; tel 62995740)

Get fit with karate - Free trial classes available for first-time students! (Shito-ryu Karate Association of Singapore, 94 McNair Rd; tel 62995740)

Urban Fairways - Located in Singapore CBD, this indoor golf club is a nice downtown oasis for busy professionals who wish to relax after a hard day. It features over 50 world-class courses, 3 state-of-the-art simulators and the latest Cobra and Titleist golf equipment. Perfect for beginners or seasoned golfers. (Capital Tower #01-07, 168 Robinson Road; tel 63278045)

Urban Fairways - Located in Singapore CBD, this indoor golf club is a nice downtown oasis for busy professionals who wish to relax after a hard day. It features over 50 world-class courses, 3 state-of-the-art simulators and the latest Cobra and Titleist golf equipment. Perfect for beginners or seasoned golfers. (Capital Tower #01-07, 168 Robinson Road; tel 63278045)

Universal Studios Singapore - With seven different entertainment zones -such as the Lost World and Sci-Fi City- and 24 movie-related rides and attractions, this theme park is one-of-a-kind in Asia. (Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gatweway; tel 65778899)

Universal Studios Singapore - With seven different entertainment zones -such as the Lost World and Sci-Fi City- and 24 movie-related rides and attractions, this theme park is one-of-a-kind in Asia. (Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gatweway; tel 65778899)

Wave House Sentosa - Singapore has long been a crossroads for surfers seeking the perfect waves at beaches around Southeast Asia, however the island itself lacks the giant waves which surfers long for. Wave House has brought a perfect, endless, 10’ barrel wave that rivals those at the beaches of Uluwatu, Grajagan or Macaronis, Indonesian coasts. There are also easier waves for beginners. (36 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa Island; tel 62381196)

Wave House Sentosa - Singapore has long been a crossroads for surfers seeking the perfect waves at beaches around Southeast Asia, however the island itself lacks the giant waves which surfers long for. Wave House has brought a perfect, endless, 10’ barrel wave that rivals those at the beaches of Uluwatu, Grajagan or Macaronis, Indonesian coasts. There are also easier waves for beginners. (36 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa Island; tel 62381196)

The Rink - Located within JCube shopping centre, cool down and skate your night away to disco lights and music on Friday and Saturday nights at Singapore's first and only fully integrated Olympic-size ice skating rink! Sign up for skating lessons if you don't know how, and you'll be a pro on the ice soon enough! (2 Jurong East Central 1 Level 3, JCube, Singapore 609731)

The Rink - Located within JCube shopping centre, cool down and skate your night away to disco lights and music on Friday and Saturday nights at Singapore's first and only fully integrated Olympic-size ice skating rink! Sign up for skating lessons if you don't know how, and you'll be a pro on the ice soon enough! (2 Jurong East Central 1 Level 3, JCube, Singapore 609731)

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