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5 Adventure Activities That You Must Try In Singapore

Singapore might be one of the smallest countries in the world but it offers endless opportunities for adventures to its travellers. If you are planning a vacation or your friend is, here's what you need to take a quick look at. Read ON!
If you are an adventure seeker, you should try the follow adventures in your trip to Singapore:

5 Adventure Activities That You Must Try In Singapore 1. Night Safari

Singapore night safari can be a unique adventure whatever kind of traveler you are. A night safari lasts around 40 minutes as a tram takes you through habitats of various unique animals.
The area beautifully shows various attributes of 7 of the world’s geographical regions that include Burmese River Valley, Nepalese River Valley, Asian Riverine Forests, Indo-Malay region, Equatorial Africa, Indian Subcontinent and Himalayan Foothills. As the intensity of the adventure in a night safari is not very high, it can be a great family-friendly adventure in Singapore.

5 Adventure Activities That You Must Try In Singapore 2. Driving On F1 Track

Spending as less as $298, you can enjoy the thrill of driving super car such as a Lamborghini or a Ferrari on F1 track in Singapore.
You can ride the car for 15 minutes without having any prior experience of motor racing.
If you don’t dare to drive yourself, you can sit back and experience the thrill as a passenger as a professional driver drives the car.

3. Go For A Zipline Adventure

Singapore is one of the best places to go for riding the zip lines. MegaZip is a well-known zipline that is around 450 metres long and 75 metres high. The 60kph speed at that height makes your adventure even more exciting. There are few more zipline adventure locations as well.

4. Indoor Skydiving

Yes, if you think skydiving is too adventurous for you, you can try indoor skydiving in Singapore.
Located in Sentosa Island, iFlySingapore allows you to enjoy the thrill of freefalling 10,000ft height in its five-storey indoor wind tunnel. In fact, it is the largest freefalling wind tunnel in the world. It costs you $119 for the adventure.

5. Extreme Swing and Reverse Bungy

If you love extreme rides, you are going to enjoy bungy of G-Max catapults that move at 200 km/h. GX-5 Xtreme Swing is another adventure that swing at 120km/h. The adventure costs $45/person and $35/person if you are a student. These adventures venues are found at 3E River Valley Road, Clarke Quay.

Living In Singapore As An Expat

Singapore is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. Living in Singapore as an expat allows you to enjoy the best of Singapore. If you like the idea of living in Singapore as an expat, you should know different ways you can earn your living in Singapore. If English is your mother tough, you can earn good money as an English Tutor(Sign Up here) in Singapore as many Asian citizens living in Singapore prefers to learn English from a native English speaker.

If you are a science guy, you can teach chemistry, physics, math, biology and more. Teaching is one of the most popular professions for expats living in Singapore.
You can teach any subject of your area of expertise and earn your living. Have you ever been to Singapore? What adventures have you experienced and involved in? Share your experiences with us right here in comments or tweet them to us @iUeMagazine

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Any facts, figures or references stated here are made by the author & don't reflect the endorsement of iU at all times unless otherwise drafted by official staff at iU. This article was first published here on 13th September 2017.

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