Singapore had been a colonial power for long the influence of which is still evident in its lifestyle. It has a medley of culture inherited from Japanese , Chinese, Malay, and Indian people. Since its independence, five decades ago, this city-state has made an overwhelming progress and become one of the most popular travel destinations in Asia. Tourists of all types from around the world visit Singapore for fun, shopping, and adventure. Here is a heads-up on the 12 exciting things to do in Singapore.
Skydiving at iFly Singapore
Nothing is exciting than free-falling from a sky-high height. iFly Singapore offers you that kind of experience with its indoor skydiving facility. It has the largest air-conditioned wind tunnel in the world that measures 16.5 feet in width and 56.5 feet in height. When you are in action, you get a view of the South China Sea through the 18 feet tall acrylic glass wall. This exciting free-fall simulation experience is for both first timers and professionals. So, if you like adventure, this has to be one of the never-miss things to do in Singapore.
Ever wondered how it feels to fly like an eagle over mountains, jungle, and seas? Yes, MegaZip Adventure Park has the facility to offer you that kind of experience. Just take the MegaZip Ride and live your dream. You will be strapped to a pulley suspended from a steel cable at the peak of Imbiah Hill, which is 75 meters above the ground level. When ready, you will travel downward at a speed of 60 km per hour across a canopy of a jungle, a beach, and a sea, and finally land on the Siloso Beach. This incredible experience of moving down on a wire is one of the most popular things to do in Singapore.
Enjoy the waves at Wave House, Sentosa
Surfers have evaded Singapore for long due to the absence of waves suitable for surfing. But now with the establishment of Wave House on Siloso Beach, they can experience surfing without even visiting the sea. The waves are created by a wave machine, that works on FlowBarrel technology, and pumps water over stationary curved walls to form 10-foot waves allowing surfers to enjoy the thrills and spills of waves, making it one of the most exciting things to do in Singapore.
Unique Dining Experience
Enjoyed candle light dinner, how about dining in complete darkness. A European restaurant in Singapore operating by the name of Nox with a tagline that says ‘Dine in the Dark,’ offers guests the opportunity of dining in the dark. It’s a unique concept where you have to rely on all the physical senses of touch, taste, and smell. To enjoy the meal, you have to sit in a pitch-dark dining room. The serving is also done by individuals who are totally or partially blind. Don’t worry about spilling of items on the table since the servers are trained to do the job and guide guests. Thu,s this can be one of the most unique dining experiences you will ever have.