Pull a mini axe and send it whirling down the lane, hoping it hits a bullseye with a satisfying ‘thwunk’ – you score points based on where you bury the axe on the target board. This raging new sport not only makes great target practice (which may come in handy if there’s ever a zombie apocalypse) but it’s also a great way to blow off some steam with friends.
Escape the hustle and bustle of the concrete jungle at this tranquil sanctuary for nature lovers. Doubling as a 24-hour prawning paradise, this scenic multi-recreational park invites you to embrace the thrill of the grill when you barbecue your fresh catch of prawns and yabbies. If you lack the patience for prawning, burn your energy with other activities like futsal and paintball as well.
The beautiful game doesn’t necessarily have to be played under the sun. Whether it’s a balmy or rainy night, take your game of footy indoors at a five-a-side football pitch (there’s six on-site). It may not be Camp Nou but it’s ace for small practices, friendly matches, and showing off the fancy footwork you've been working on for some time now. The venue also blasts energetic music to keep the ball rolling.
Hop on your bicycle and whizz through the new 60km Rower’s Bay. It’s part of the first phase of the Round Island Route, a continuous 150km park connector that circles the island. Connecting Yishun to Punggol, the boardwalk allows you to see the city in the dark with the breeze in your hair as you zoom by the edge of the Seletar Reservoir. There’s also a lookout pavilion, swales and a wetland area for you to soak in all of mother nature come dusk. If you’re making your way to Seletar Aerospace Park, there are shelters with charging points as well as vending machines selling bike equipment and a self- help repair station, just in case your wheels decide to act up.
After a long day, unwinding with pub grub and cold pints sounds like a treat. Throw in a stand-up show full of clever punchlines and witty one-liners, and it’s a night that’ll turn your frown upside down. After all, laughter is the best medicine. The Merry Lion Comedy Cafe & Bar is the only venue in Singapore that brings the jokes onstage full-time. Prepare to be left in stitches as its weekly open-mic sessions and headline stand-up shows showcase the best of both local and international humour.
Karaoke, booze and light bites? Skip your usual KTV hangout and let Ganso Manekineko tempt you with VIP suites complete with pool tables, bottomless drinks and snacks, and a dinner buffet that includes local favourites like laksa, braised pork knuckle and chicken rendang alongside Japanese and international dishes. If unleashing your inner popstar is the priority, its state-of-the-art karaoke systems boast a library of 150,000 songs that are updated fortnightly. Personalise your playlist and control the system via the SKIT mobile app.