Yachting In Singapore
Singapore can be quite boring if you stay here long enough, although renting a yacht can be expensive but it is definitely a great experience.
Recently me and my friends (gather more so each pay lesser) went on a yacht and we sailed for 4 hours, the experience is awesome. We kayak in the sea, swim in the water, some activities on the island(I think is lazarus). It's another experience we gained, every of us had fun and most importantly! We didn't touch our phone for the whole trip(expect taking pictures!)
There are a few yacht charter companies in Singapore, the one we charter from was Marine Bookings, you guys can just check on the web!
Sharing this experience 'cos I hope you guys can experience it too!
Equipment: You just have to bring yourself and enjoy the whole trip!
Okay, maybe sunblock and sunglass? :DRelated to:
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LOOKING FOR A HOTEL
THIS IS NOT KNOWN AS A SPORT BUT MAYBE IT COULD BE WHEN YOU REALLY HAVEN'T ARRANGED BEFORE HAND TO GET A PLACE TO STAY AND SLEEP AT...??????
WHAT I RECOMMEND...AS I FOUND OUT BY A KIND GENTLEMAN THAT WORKED AT CHANGI AIRPORT ..IS TO GO TO THE INFORMATION DESK AND AS THEM TO FIND ON THEIR COMPUTER A PLACE TO STAY IN YOUR PRICE RANGE...THEN THEY ALSO CAN ARRANGE AND INEXPENSIVE WAY TO GET TO THE LOCATION !!! PRETTY GOOD ..HUH!!! THAT COMPUTER SHOWS ALL THE PLACES .. PLUS HE WILL ARRANGE THE RESERVATION RIGHT THERE AND THEN AND WHEN YOU ARRIVE YOU JUST PRESENT YOUR RECEIPT AND YOU HAVE A ROOM .... VERY COOL !!!!!RIGHT ON CHANGI AIRPORT !!!!!!!!
Equipment: MONEY !! HEHEHEHEHEHE!!!
Say what?......Whatever! Yoga
Music for meditation?
Yoga classes and wellness seminars?
That’s what Whatever is all about.
The have a large selection of books from
Deepak Chopra to Eating Right for your blood type.
There menu serves breakfast, snacks,
soups, organic salads, fresh juices, teas, etc.
Yoga classes, along with seminars on wellness
are programmed into their weekly schedule.
If you don’t have the yoga cloths, don’t worry,
they have that too!Related to:
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Reverse bungy jump!!!
Singapore has the GMAX!!! its a reverse bungy jump.. not for the weak of stomach..
the thrill begins when you are ricocheted in the air.. up and down.. side to side..
the ride costs around 30SGD
Equipment: bring a mint or gum :D best to ride GMAX during night time to avoid too much heat..
Watch Singapore League Football Match
If you have extra days to spend on alternate activities, try catching a S-League match. It is the only professional football league in Singapore.
However, do not expect great stuffs similar to the English Premiership or La Liga.
The season lasts from Feburary to October.
Check out www.sleague.com for more information
Equipment: Wear light and prepare umbrellas or raincoats if you decide to sit on the roofless part of the stadium.
Jumping into the Singapore River is now considered illegal. Memories of jumping in the river are now symbollically embedded in these statues.Related to:
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