Water Activities, Singapore
If you like the sun, sea and sand, you are in the right place! The sea sports clubs located at East Coast, Kallang, Pasir Ris & Changi are your answers to some fun at the sea!
From kayaking to fun boat sailin, these sea sports clubs are fully equip with the professional staff and equipments.
However if you are reading before your trip, pls remember to bring along your certificates for safety purposes.
I been to the one at Changi Sea Sports Club and it was pretty cool. My friends and i did kayaking. Without his recommendation, i didn't even know such sea sports clubs excst in Singapore!
Where else but the Sunset Bay in Sentosa where you can have all the beach activities and roller blading? It is a place where you can have great gathering with friends to drink, play and enjoy the day till sunset.
Or after the afternoon beach activities, you can proceed to the Musical Fountain to enjoy the the performance which is also well-known and a must do in Sentosa.
A relaxing way to spend a relaxing day.
With Singapore's fine weather, rollerblading is a great way to mingle with the locals, especially during weekends. At East Coast Park, you can rent a pair of inline skates and swing into action, with the sea breeze in your wake. Or if you're a novice, you can take lessons conducted by Skateline, a certified skate school. The skate rental kiosk is located at East Coast Park Area E (near carpark E2). Tel.: 62431912
Wakeboarding is the fastest growing water sports in Sinagpore. Extremely popular for those who like an action-packed workout in the water, it is a cross between water-skiing and surfing. If you like to try the sport, there are classes for beginners while the more advanced can try to perfect their moves. All you have to do is pick your favourite location, rent a boat with the necessary equipment and you are ready to go!
Build up you nerves and try out the sexy sport of beach volleyball. Actually it's only sexy when the lady a playing. Otherwise it's jsut sweaty guys giving each other Hi-Fives.
Actually, if you can play, beach volleyball is a excellent game and should be tried. I've tried nd can say that I've failed.
Equipment: Equipments are generally there when you get there.
If the hot & humid weather doesn't make you lazy and you have enough energy, there is a lot to do on the beaches of Sentosa Island apart from swiming and diving. It is a great place to play beach volleyball and company is easy to find. You can also consider learning wind-surfing since the wind isn't so strong, It is great for beginners. The beach is almost 3,5 km long and there are three main beaches on the island: Siloso, Tanjung, Palawan. After you finish with the sweaty activities, It is also taken care of drinks and refreshments on the beach.
I prefere renting a bike (for free) at Sentosa and explore the island on my own.
Equipment: Ball, swimsuit, sun lotion ...
Sentosa has it all. I don't get bored going there. It has 3.2 km of nice warm sand like: Siloso, Palawan, Tanjung. The water is clean, not too cold and refreshing after a few games of Volleyball !
End the day by enjoying a cool drink at the "Sunset Bay" !
Besides gym, jogging, cycling...it's not like you will do alpine skiing or rafting in Singapore...but Sentosa Island is great for beach volleyball. Bring some friends or make some on the spot. You will have a great time playing volleyball !
Equipment: Swimsuit !
Wakeboarding at Punggol Marina Club.
Swimming, Rollerblading and Cycling at East Coast Beach.
Singapore waters aren't too clean but it's passable...
Equipment: Rent bikes, blades at East Coast