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The best obstacle courses in Singapore

Unleash your inner Ninja Warrior and test your agility and strength at the city's challenging obstacle courses

By Cam Khalid
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Always wanted to be a Ninja Warrior? Start small and test your strength, stamina and agility with some of Singapore's best indoor and outdoor obstacle courses. With a blend of walls, zip-lines and more, each obstacle course is designed to challenge your upper body strength as much as your cardio, even if it's just in the name of fun. But if you're serious about it, do as Bear Grylls does – "Improvise, adapt, overcome." 

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HydroDash
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HydroDash

Things to do Sentosa

Live out your ultimate Wipeout dream at Singapore's very first floating aqua park. Both kids and kidults can climb, slide, leap and bounce at the massive inflatable playground and obstacle course – think a giant bouncy castle in the sea, just off Sentosa's Palawan Beach. To maximise the fun for everyone, the water park is split into four zones with varying difficulty levels – Level 1 is specially designed for kids aged five to eight (every one child has to be accompanied by one adult), and Levels 2, 3 and 4 are for those aged nine and above.

HomeTeamNS Khatib Clubhouse
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Adventure HQ

Things to do Yishun

Calling all NSmen – there's a new place to kick it with your fellow adrenaline junkies. Located in Khatib Clubhouse, Adventure HQ spans 2,800-square-metres across four storeys.  The multi-installation indoor hub features a 233-metre-long roll glider, a 14-metre-long slide, a 165-metre-long artificial cave, a 15-metre cloud climb, and a two-tiered, 16-obstacle indoor challenge rope course. You can also unleash your inner Spider-Man on the various rock and boulder climbing walls.

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Bounce Singapore
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Bounce

Kids Orchard

There isn’t a moment of stillness at Bounce Singapore, where you can jump off walls and fly through the air. Beat the clock as you fight your way through the trampoline park's obstacle course, X-Park – it's said to be Asia's first Ninja Warrior-like adventure course. Get ready to bounce on trampolines, scale bouldering walls, balance on beams, and zip down for an epic finish.

TFX Millenia Walk
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TFX Millenia Walk

Sport and fitness Gyms and fitness centres Raffles Place

If you're dead serious about pushing yourself to the limit, smash your goals – including your fitness ones – at TFX Millenia Walk. Not only does it have state-of-the-art gym equipment, but also its first-ever, indoor obstacle race training zone. Known as the TerraX, the space comes complete with everything you need for sprints and circuit training such as a running track and obstacles like a Spiderman Walk, Tire Flips, Rope Climbs and Hercules Hoist, among other things.

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Forest Adventure
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Forest Adventure

Kids Bedok

Take your heart of steel to this treetop course at Bedok Reservoir Park. Challenge yourself at the Grand Course where there are 44 wobbly crossings and three breath-taking zip lines across the water. Safety first, prepare to be strapped on with a harness and briefed on using your equipment and how to move on the course. But don't worry, once you're on the course, you're free to swing like Tarzan. If you need a bit of help, there are instructors on the ground.

SAFRA Adventure Sports Centre
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SAFRA Adventure Sports Centre

Kids Yishun

Besides making like Spidey at this adventure sports centre's rock climbing sites, take things to the next level at Canopy Walk, a 15-metre-high, 400-metre-long skywalk that stretches out into the nearby Yishun Park. Challenge yourself on the flying foxes, net bridges, balancing beams and other vertigo-inducing obstacles. Don't worry, there are safety instructors and all the necessary equipment on hand. Make an advance booking in groups of four and up to take on this canopy obstacle course.

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Mega Adventure Sentosa

Things to do Sentosa

Besides the bungy jumpin' MegaJump and the MegaZip which sends you soaring at breathtaking speeds across the 450-metre course, this outdoor sports park also challenges adrenaline junkies to conquer MegaClimb. It's decked with 36 obstacles including spider-webs, cargo nets, wobbly bridges and flying foxes. Best done on an empty stomach.

Woodlands Waterfront Park
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Woodlands Waterfront Park

Attractions Woodlands

Besides jogging and cycling tracks, this 11-hectare park also houses a 1.5-kilometre-long waterfront promenade and a playground with kid-friendly features. There's an obstacle course with a series of towers connected by a bridge made up of ropes as well as a central climbing structure that are much better suited for older kids. The younger ones can have their fun with the low climbing structures, slides, and spring rockers nearby.

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Jurong Lake Gardens
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Jurong Lake Gardens

Things to do Jurong East

Escape the urban life and surround yourself with the flora of the largest nature wonderland in the heartland. Specially landscaped and designed with play and learning areas for all ages, Jurong Lake Gardens also has a kid-friendly, mini-obstacle course featuring trampolines, rope walls and zip-lines.

tampines green forest park
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Tampines Green Forest Park

Kids Playgrounds Tampines

Families with children can challenge themselves at this outdoor wonderland. Also dubbed the "Adventure Playground", Tampines Green Forest Park is split into three sections – a high-element obstacle course, a fitness corner, and a playground for the tiny tots. Kids and kidults can burn some energy and challenge themselves at the cargo net structure. Scale up to the first tower before crossing the net bridge to get to the next tower and finishing it down the tall slide.

 

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Adventure Cove Waterpark
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Adventure Cove Waterpark

Things to do Sentosa

This venue is temporarily closed.

A fun and thrilling waterpark for the young (and the young at heart), Adventure Cove Waterpark guarantees a splashing good time for everyone. While you trail down the water slides and float away down the lazy river, don't miss the Wet Maze and take on the Rope Course. It's decked with sprays, jets and tipping water buckets, as well as kid-friendly obstacles and mazes that adults can join in too.

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