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11 Water Activities In Singapore To Beat The Heat With When Swimming Gets Too Mainstream

Water activities in Singapore


If you think that water activities on our sunny island are limited to water theme parks like Adventure Cove and Wild Wild Wet, think again. Singapore is, in fact, home to a myriad of affordably priced water sports like wakeboarding and windsurfing – you won’t even need to travel to other countries to have a splash.

If you prefer to nua the day away, there’s even a lazy river with an entrance fee at the price of a Kopi O.


1. Flowboarding – from $12


Double Flow Rider
Image credit: @wavehousesentosa

Ride the waves with flowboarding at Wavehouse Sentosa, where you’ll be balancing on a board while standing. You can choose to go for the Double Flow Rider, priced from $35/hour or $12 for a single try just to experience a teaser, where there’ll be a gentle wave flowing at a constant 32km/hour. You can opt to lay on a bodyboard if you have trouble balancing.

FlowBarrel
Image credit: @wavehousesentosa

Once you’ve mastered balancing, you can move on to the FlowBarrel at $30 for 30 minutes which offers a stronger wave and is suited for those with some experience. This also means that you can also start performing tricks on water if you’re confident enough.

Price: From $12
Address: 36 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099007
Opening hours: 11.30AM-9.30PM
Telephone: 6377 3113
Website


2. Stand up paddleboarding –  $25/hour


Image credit: @constantwindsg

Constant Wind offers Stand Up Paddleboarding from $25/hour. You won’t need any experience to take part in this activity, and there’ll be staff present to supervise your session. If you’re coming in a group of more than 20 people, do drop them an email to inform them ahead of time.

Price: $25/hour
Address: 11 Changi Coast Walk, Singapore 499740
Opening hours: 10.30AM-7PM
Telephone: 6445 5108
Website


3. Pedal boating – from $12 for 2h


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Swing by Sports Hub Water Sports Centre to Pedal Boat or Pedal Bike from just $10.80/pax for an hour. The former has a roof while the latter is open air. If you’re a beginner we recommend going for the pedal boat as it’s easier to balance in when the water becomes choppy. If you intend to spend more time there, top up a little more and pay just $12/pax for 2 hours.

Like cycling, but on water
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@marjoriekyl

Do note that the last timing for rental is at 6pm.

Price: From $10.80/pax per hour
Opening hours: 7AM-7PM
Address: 8 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397699
Telephone: 6344 6337
Website


4. Cruising down a lazy river – $2 per entry


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You won’t have to pay pricey entrance fees into a water theme park to nua in a lazy river. Splash N Surf is a free-entry waterpark with a 1-metre deep Lazy River is priced at just $2 per entry, perfect to cool off in on a hot day. You can choose between a single float or a duo float – the pool is pretty wide so there’s plenty of space for everyone.


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There’ll be lifeguards on duty, but children under 11 years old need to be accompanied by an adult. Do note that you’ll have to put on swimwear – there are lockers, showers and toilets available on site.

Price: $2 per entry
Address: 1B Stadium Walk Singapore 397688
Opening hours: Daily: 8AM-10PM
Telephone: 6653 8900
Website


5. Donut boating – $22.50 for 15 mins



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Sit on a donut-shaped float and be pulled at high speeds by a speedboat over Ola Beach Club from $22.50/pax for 15 minutes. An instructor will be present to supervise you and life jackets are provided.

Price: $22.50/15 minutes
Address: 46 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099005
Opening hours: Daily: 10AM-10PM
Telephone: 8189 6601
Website


6. Kayaking – from $12 for 2h


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Water Sports Centre at Singapore Sports Hub also offers Kayak rentals at an affordable price of just $12/pax for 2 hours. Some kayaks require a 1-star certification to ride, such as the Q-Kayak Wanderer while others do not – both newbies and the experienced can opt for either a single kayak or double kayak.

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Expect to kayak against a backdrop of Sports Hub, Singapore Flyer and Marina Bay Sands. The last kayak rental for the day is at 5pm, so be sure to time your arrival accordingly.

Price: From $12/hour
Opening hours: Daily 7AM-8PM | Public Holidays 7AM-1oPM
Address: 8 Stadium Walk Singapore 397699
Telephone: 6653 8900
Website


7. Banana boating – $22.50 for 15 mins


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You won’t have to travel to Bali to Banana BoatOla Beach Club at Sentosa lets you try this at a reasonable price of $22.50/15 minutes. This is an activity you’ll definitely get wet from, so don a swimsuit or bring along a change of clothes.  

Image credit: @olabeachclubsg

Time your arrival close to sunset for some stunning views.


Image credit: @olabeachclubsg

Price: $22.50/15 minutes
Address: 46 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099005
Opening hours: Daily: 10AM-10PM
Telephone: 8189 6601
Website


8. Dragon boating – from $15 for 2h


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Those who are new to dragon boating can sign up for the Dragon Boating Orientation Course at Water Sports Centre at Singapore Sports Hub at just $15/pax for 2 hours. While you won’t become a professional right off the bat, you’ll be taught basic paddling skills and end off the day with a team challenge. Registration must be made 7 days before the date of the course.

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Be sure to wear sports attire such as a tee and shorts alongside slippers or water shoes. Alternatively, those coming in a big group or having a company cohesion can simply rent a dragon boat that’s large enough to fit 22 at $50 for 2 hours.

Price: From $15/pax for 2 hours
Opening hours: Daily 7AM-8PM | Public Holidays 7AM-1oPM
Address: 8 Stadium Walk Singapore 397699
Telephone: 6653 8900
Website


9. Windsurfing – from $20/hour



Image credit: @constantwindsg

Those who can’t choose between sailing and surfing will want to try out Windsurfing at Constant Wind from $20/hourwhich gives you a little bit of both sports. This activity is also suitable for beginners but if you’re really interested in mastering it, you can check out the Basic Windsurfing Course priced at $300/pax for four 3-hour long sessions.

Stay tuned to regular promotions and discounted prices on their website.

Price: From $20/hour
Address: 11 Changi Coast Walk, Singapore 499740
Opening hours: 10.30AM-7PM
Telephone: 6445 5108
Website


10. Bodyboarding – from $30/hour


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Test your balancing skills and try your hand at bodyboarding on the Stingray at Splash N Surf for $30/hour. The way this activity works is relatively similar to surfing. The fees include rash guards and a helmet, but do remember to bring your own swimwear. You’ll need to be at least 1.2m tall to participate

Image credit: Singapore Sports Hub

They also offer Stingray Clinics, which are unassisted 1.5-hour sessions at $38. Both types of admission are inclusive of free entry into the lazy river.

Price: From $30/hour
Address: 1B Stadium Walk Singapore 397688
Opening hours: Daily: 8AM-10PM
Telephone: 6653 8900
Website


11. Wakeboarding –  from $30/hour



Image credit: @sashizuu

Singapore Wake Park offers Wakeboarding from $40/hour, which includes safety equipments. Beginners who need guidance can opt to pay $50/hour, inclusive of instructors and lessons every hour that’ll teach you the basics.

If you plan on dropping by regularly, you can purchase a Share The Fun Pass which entitles you to 10 hours of wakeboarding for $300 or $30/hour. As its name suggests, you can share the pass with friends and family.

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It’s also a suitable activity for children as young as 5 years old.

Price: From $30/hour
Address: 1206A ECP, Singapore 449891
Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 10AM-9PM | Sat-Sun: 9AM-9PM
Telephone: 66364266
Website


Bonus: Jet packing from $178.20 for 45 mins


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Ola Beach Club also offers Jet packing priced at $178.20 for 45 minutes. The jetpack will propel you a whopping 30 feet into the air with the use of controlled water pressure. It’s suitable for beginners as a certified instructor will supervise you.

Do note that you have to be above 45kg and below 100kg to participate.

Check out more Ola Beach Club Water Activities.

Price: $178.20/45 minutes
Address: 46 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099005
Opening hours: Daily: 10AM-10PM
Telephone: 8189 6601
Website


Water sports in Singapore


Beyond our usual activities like catching a movie or cafe hopping, rally your friends and try out a new sport together. Most of these are beginner-friendly and won’t burn a hole in your wallet.

For more things to do outdoors in Singapore, check out these articles:


Cover image adapted from (clockwise from top left): @wavehousesentosa, @shaira_ah, Sentosa, @marjoriekyl

A portion of this content may contain referral links to products. Our opinions remain our own.

Siti Hawa Samsudin

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