SKI360 Hot

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1206A East Coast Parkway Singapore 449891
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Listing created by farshafarsha on April 16, 2012    

SKI360° is the first Cable-Ski Park developed and managed by TT Leisure Pte Ltd. It is conveniently located at East Coast Park, one of the most popular beach in Singapore. Our park is under strict regulation by the authorities and conduct our own in-house risk assessment and certification by Bizsafe to manage risk and improve safety. Our company are also insured for $1million Singapore dollars on public liability insurance. Although we can't provide 'crazy' fun like some other cable park do, we will try our best to provide great fun without compromising on safety.

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Weekday Opening Hours:
10am - 7pm
Weekend Opening Hours:
9am - 10pm
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Good for beginners

The feel of waterskiing here is quite different from the experience of waterskiing in open water. Most beginners like myself will struggle to adapt to the sudden jerk as the your line catches the pulley and you are dragged off to a sudden start. In fact you will see most people splashing out within a few feet.

Once you get the hang of the launch and the corners though, the experience can be quite fun. The calm waters are easier to handle for beginners. Personally though, I do find it abit boring to simply go round and round the lagoon. Splashing out is also a bother. The water is quite dirty and after swimming to the edge, you then have to take a long trek back to the starting station.

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Like a hamster on the water if you do not do tricks

To be fair, I started wakeboarding in open water first then I tried this. Having tasted lobster, you may not want to go back to crayfish, this describe how I feel about skiing in the sea where its wide, challenging with waves and did I mention you do not need to walk as the skipper (boatman) will swing back to you.

I gave it a few chances before I completely stopped visiting. The counter staff who takes your money assumes you know the works and cannot wait for us to move on. I always bring new friends with me and most felt lost already after making payment. I have to play the guide to gear them up sometimes. The service staff who takes care of your rides are rather friendly on less busy days. I find night time are better as they are about to knock off and on good nights, I get few free rides or extra time.

I hate the fact that I have to walk back to the starting point and the water is shallow near the edges so you would wad out of the pond with muddy feet. People with sensitive skin, please take your medication before attempting.

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