Test your limits and acrophobia as you defy gravity with these high-borne activities.
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Sky’s the limit
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.
Make like Tarzan
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.
Look out below
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.