Dubbed as ‘a park in a park’, Katapult Trampoline Park (from $15/hr) is located amidst the greenery of Orto at Yishun. Get your adrenaline (and heart) pumping with some bouncing good fun by doing air flips and tricks, or launch yourself off a raised platform to land on cushioned airbags.
Check flying off your bucket list too – well, sorta. Learn how to freefall in a wind tunnel at i Fly (from $89), which treats you to a skydiving experience without having to jump out of a plane. Or play captain at Flight Experience (from $175) where you get to enter a virtual cockpit and ‘fly’ a jet airliner.
You won’t get to swing on vines, but you can definitely zip and balance your way through lush treetops. Forest Adventure at Bedok Reservoir offers three different high-element courses – Grand ($50), Kids ($36) and Junior ($39) – and a 300m-long flying fox obstacle that dangles you above the reservoir.
Or take a leap of faith at Sentosa’s Mega Adventure (from $25). Teeter on narrow wooden planks 15m above the ground, test your acrobatic skills on its bungy-assisted trampoline, or zip down the canopy of Imbiah Hill at whooping 60km/hr to land on the soft sandy beach of Siloso.
Ever wanted to know what it feels like to soar into the clouds? G-Max at Clarke Quay shows you how. Strap yourself into the exhilarating mega swing ($45) and get flung towards the Singapore River at 120km/hr. It’s not for the faint-hearted.
For the extra fearless,there’s AJ Hackett Sentosa (from $16). The extreme sports attraction from New Zealand has Singapore’s first ever bungy tower that lets you plunge 47m down over Siloso Beach into a pool.