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The best team building activities for big groups in Singapore

A bit of sport, some puzzle-solving and a whole lot of fun – here's some big group activities in Singapore to enjoy

Written by
Huang Junyi
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Whether it's getting dirty and competitive on the paintball battlefield or solving puzzles as a team, team building activities go beyond dinner with friends or a weekend soccer sesh with the boys. Here's what to do and where to go for some fun and action. 

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Xscape
  • Attractions
  • Arcades and amusements
  • Rochor

Ranked as the top on Tripadvisor for the fun and games category, Xscape is home to the largest reality escape game room. It sets itself apart with its unique immersive concept that includes role-playing and themed-props that propel players to be enthralled into the story plot. It has over 52 games chamber with a selection of game choices for you to pick and can host as many as eight people in a single game. A heads up, booking in advance is needed. If team bonding with a side of puzzle solving is your thing, Xscape will be a fun experience for all. 

Bubble Bump
  • Sport and fitness
  • Football

A regular football game just doesn't do it for you as a team-building activity? Try playing football while you're in a bubble. Bubble bump is a definite fun and challenging activity, which will bring about a lot of laughs and entertainment. Prices start from $15 per pax and $10 for students and NSF men.

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Combat Skirmish Live
  • Things to do
  • Sentosa

In Combat Skirmish Live, it is more than just a game. It aims to empower leadership, communication and teamwork which are imperative in any corporate or school setting. It imbues challenging modes and obstacles which propels thought-provoking questions to formulate a strategy or plan to beat your opponent. In this high-intensity gameplay, you have to toughen up to survive. Only the fittest will live to tell the tale. 

  • Things to do
  • Bukit Timah

Located away from the city, this paintball (or pain ball) spot gives you a large extensive place to run and plan your strategy, giving you a taste of the real battle. With a range of different game modes that come with different challenges, it forces your team to be on their toes and remain alert on the battlefield. Fire away with your amour and watch each other's back to emerge as the winner of the jungle. 

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  • Kids
  • Orchard

Staying still for a single moment in this trampoline park is impossible. Bounce is a massive indoor trampoline arena for you to take jumping to the next level. Play with the built-in obstacles and pretend to be a graceful gymnast for a day, somersaulting forward and backwards through all the courses. There are professional coaches to ask for help if you need to perfect that flip. On top of that, right next to the trampoline is the X-Park, an adventure challenge course for thrill-seekers. Try your luck to completing the stations and earning the title of a parkour master. 

  • Sport and fitness
  • Central Water Catchment

Soak up some sun with water activities with the gang. Rent a canoe with your team for a paddle around Macritchie Reservoir. Spend a laid-back morning as you explore the corners of the reservoir. Turn up the heat by gathering your teams and challenging each other with a series of races.

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Night cycling
  • Things to do
  • Walks and tours

Go on a late-night adventure in the city on a bike. Explore the city way after work hours when the streets are almost empty. See Singapore in a different light as you weave through normally busy roads and lanes. Finish off the night with a late night supper in the city. 

Karaoke
  • Nightlife
  • City Hall

Nothing gets people bonding more than music and laughter. Karaoke is the best way to get people to open up in a singing sesh. Book a room at Teo Heng for some fun and sing-along time with your colleagues and friends. Before you know it, you're belting our power ballads and duets together. Ah, there's nothing better than the power of music to bring people together. 

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