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The aim of the park in Sentosa was to create a unique, challenging, safe and innovative experience while respecting and nurturing the green element of Imbiah Hilltops.
In Sentosa, enthusiasts are using the latest in zip technology and the newest in high ropes design.
Climbmax S$35 for 25 obstacles
ParaJump S$15 / Jump
Jungle Ride S$5 / Trip
VIP Pass S$20
User Ratings Summary
User rating summary from: 4 user(s)
Great day out for the family !
I only heard of, and eventually visited, Megazip Adventure Park because I received 4 free passes ! Initially, I was skeptical and assumed that it was just another boring novelty that would die down over time, but little did I know that I was in for an awesome day out with my family. (Although I would not recommend this to anyone who has a fear of heights)
The main attraction was of course the Megazip, which is a zipline from the highest point of Sentosa Island, across the trees, beach and water, to a small landing point on an "island" about 400m away. This is no ordinary flying fox, and you could reach speeds of up to 50km/h, with your feet almost touching the treetops and water surface along the way. With two ziplines side by side, it provides a good adventure for adrenaline junkies as well as for those who wish to enjoy a scenic, bird's eye view of the beautiful Siloso Beach with their loved ones.
The other attractions are the Rock Wall (North Face), High Elements Obstacles (Climbmax) and the Para Jump. I would say that the rock wall was pretty easy to conquer, but the high elements obstacles are definitely not for the faint-hearted. With 3 different levels of difficulty, the obstacles just get higher and harder to complete, but once started, there is no turning back ! MegaZip Adventure Park will undoubtedly provide a fun-filled and healthy day-out for family and friends, and despite the relatively pricey tickets and entrance fees, it is still worth the money spent.
At an age when I am considering the design of my wheel chair, climbing a tower several storeys high situated on the highest point of Sentosa Island and then zipping down what looks like a fragile thread of cotton to an off shore island hundreds of meters away was not something I would normally do, but my cousins visiting from Australia forced me to go! And one of them is older: way older.
You could not fault the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff as they rigged you up and made sure you did not run away in fright. They then escorted us to the top of the tower, as if we were being led to our execution.
Even as I sat in the cradle on the top of the tower, looking down at the ants-sorry, people-way beneath, I was ready to opt out when suddenly we were released!
All three of us - all well over 65 - whizzed down, screaming with excitement. It was wonderful. I've never wanted to sky dive. This is probably nothing like it. But, even at the rather hefty price, it is worth it.
Definitely a must try!
A definite must-try :D
The MegaZip is a zipline/flying fox where participants have to climb up a steep slope, harness up and zoommmmm down. The view is amazing! Flying over the trees and the sea with the wind in your face whilst screaming your lungs out....:D what more could you ask for in times of dire stress and in need of exhilarating relaxation! It's a thrill ride not for the fainthearted. The staff were great; a fun and encouraging bunch of people that really appeared to love what they do (:
The only issue I have with it is that it's slightly overpriced at $35 per adult/child. So if you're coming with your large family of 8, it might amount to quite a bit so take note of that (: I heard it's an extra $10 for every extra ride after the first though.
Adrenaline rush! Great adventure!
WARNING: This is not for the faint-hearted. If you have a fear of heights(like I do), avoid at all cost. I repeat, avoid at all cost.
It took me a week to write this review because I needed to let the "excitement" settle and compose a review that wasn't emotionally charged.
There are a total of 4 activities; MegaZip, NorthFace, ParaJump and ClimbMax.
Of all the activities, the PARAJUMP is by far the scariest. A 50 foot drop, it's relatively similiar to a freefall parachute jump. Well, to me, it is. I know what you're thinking, "Is it safe?" Yes, it's pretty safe. Developed in the UK, the safety wire and harness is custom made. Still, it failed to convince me to take a leap. I'm really not comfortable with heights. If you're the adventurous type, this is made for you.
If you're afraid, try the NorthFace. It's basically rock climbing. Just a side note; don't look down. I mean it.
MegaZip seems pretty exhilarating. Check that, it's VERY exhilarating. After all, it's 75 metres high with a speed of 50KMPH.
Lastly, ClimbMax is possibly my favourite. Despite that it's 3 levels high, the view is spectacular!
The staff were great as well. They were patient and supportive. They're basically a fun group of people. If you're up for an adventure, this is for you.