Singapore Sports & Outdoors

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Singapore Sports & Outdoors

  • Water Activities

    Singapore Sports & Outdoors

    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...

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  • Camping

    Singapore Sports & Outdoors

    Fishing or angling in Singapore is a hot activity ... i guess it brings out the hunter-warrior instinct in most of the males .... Singapore is surrounded by ocean and does has its ponds and reservoirs too... The tropical weather also makes it suitable to fish all year round when the sun is out.. The best place to fish is Bedok Jetty .. on East...

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  • Sport facilities

    Singapore Sports & Outdoors

    SAFRA has 5 clubs. Mt Faber, Toa Payoh, Tampines, Yishun and Town Club. The SAFRA Mt Faber just opened on 1 Nov. This is the within walking distance from my home and work place. You will probably find me at SAFRA Mt Faber after work! SAFRA Mt Faber Gym has the usual treadmills, bicylecs, cross trainer, rower, various machines to tone up your...

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  • Windsurfing

    Singapore Sports & Outdoors

    Love windsurfing?then sign up with the People's Association East Coast Sea Sports Club. There are also lesson on skills improvement and techniques. There are shops within the sports club that sells everything you need for Windsurfing.

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  • Jogging & Walking

    Singapore Sports & Outdoors

    What better way to get to know Singaporeans better than to participate in the annual walk organised by Singapore's daily - The New Paper. If you are here in Singapore around the month of May, you might like to walk with thousands of Singaporeans. They will also be more than happy to talk to you as you stroll along. That is if they still have the...

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  • Fishing

    Singapore Sports & Outdoors

    Fishing Is One Of The Popular Sport Among Singaporeans.If You Encounter A Lake Or Beach,You'll Definitely See Some Locals Fishing. One Of The The Frequent Spot Among Anglers Is At The Jetty At Sembawang Park.

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  • Cycling

    Singapore Sports & Outdoors

    Free Of Charge The Park Connector Network is an island-wide network of linear open spaces that link up major parks, nature sites and housing estates in Singapore. When the entire network is completed, it will form a green network, spanning over 300 km across the whole island, making it convenient to travel from park to park. The park connectors...

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  • Cricket

    Singapore Sports & Outdoors

    In this tiny country sports are in the centre of life. Well, at least its right in the middle of town. Padang is the Malay word for ‘big field’. This set of playing fields is a real part of Singapore history as well as an active sports venue. Cricket has been played here since Colonial times. It was a place for the elite to socialise and one...

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  • Golf

    Singapore Sports & Outdoors

    You can play golf at almost anytime of the day, since some clubs are also open in the evenings. With an extensive selection of clubs, all landscape in lush greenery, you'll be spoiled for choice. And don't worry about your handicap, as most courses offer multiple tee-off positions. This means you can enjoy the run of the fairways, regardless of...

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  • Dragon Boats and Wakeboarding at Bedok...

    The Bedok Reservoir Park has recently been develop further for public recreation (besides jogging and cycling) - fishing and dragon boat racing. For the past 2 years, it is also the venue for the International Wakeboarding Championships.

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  • Joining a Nature Group

    If you love the big outdoors and love nothing more than spending your weekend trekking, join nature trekkers ( see email below ) . They'll take you to places that are really off the beaten track and membership is free. I just joined naturetrekkers for a hike in Khatib Bongsu ( an abandoned kampong in Yishun ) . Lovely, I saw durian trees, dollar...

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  • Mountain Biking in Singapore

    There's a lot of cyclists in Singapore and they range from leisure cyclists to the die-hard Ironman traitheletes! Here's a couple of trails you can try out and I've graded them according to the level of pain ( haha, all atheletes are sado-machoists) you'll feel.For the unchallenged couch potatoWhere else but East Coast? The dedicated bike trail...

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  • Public Pools

    Well, it's not special, but folks hoping to catch a swim in Singapore (afterall we have plenty of sun!) and finding our beaches pathetic, there're always the public swimming pools. Costs S$1 to enter on a weekday and S$1.30 for weekends and public holidays, you can stay as long as you want. Most public pools will have a store selling light snacks...

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  • Cosmic Bowling at Cathay Bowl

    Update: Cathay Bowl has closed since this tip was written. Best look for another bowling alley in Singapore.Bowling, the sport of kings!But seriously, even if you aren't a big bowler, cosmic bowling at Cathay Bowl is a fun and surprisingly hip time. Some alleys call it Laser Bowling or Disco Bowling, but at Cathay its Cosmic Bowling. Essentially,...

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  • SingTel Singapore Grand Prix

    The SingTel Singapore Grand Prix is the first race to be run at night under floodlights on September 28, 2008... The race was a new experience for every driver on a street circuit under powerful spotlights and it turned out to be one of the most exciting of the season... Despite dark clouds lurking, Singapore's notorious tropical downpours stayed...

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  • 8 Jun 2008 Saucony 100Plus Passion Run

    Race for all ages. Allows you to put your determination at test and to enjoy the after-run adrenaline pumping. Once you start a race, you just can't stop.A goody bag will be given out to all participants. For more details/ registration please refer to website provided. Seasoned running shoes, running attire and plenty of fluid

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  • Let them show you the terrains in...

    Hash House Harriers (HHH or H3) was founded by a group of British company men in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 1938. They named the group after their meeting place, the Selangor Club, aka the "Hash House." Hashing is an exhilaratingly fun combination of running, orienteering, and partying, where bands of harriers and harriettes follows a trail of...

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  • Cycling on an Island

    A great place for back to the nature cycling in a group Bicycle rental available when arrival on the island.

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  • BIKIT TIMAH RESERVE : TABAN LOOP

    A recommended diversion from the South View Path is the Taban Loop. As it is a "loop" it is accessible from 2 points on this Path. Starting at the Visitor's Centre, you have the choice to descend into the wondeful Taban valley at the first or at the second opportunity.Please note the following considerations:1. You don't want to miss the stretch of...

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  • Singapore Indoor Stadium

    The indoor stadium was opened in 1990 and is a well used entertainment venue for many overseas performers such as Janet Jackson, Paul Simon, Hall and Oats, Moscow State Circus and the Harlem Globetrotters to just name a very few. Many sporting events are also held here. Right next door to the Indoor stadium is the Kallang Theatre which has also had...

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  • Learn or skate with Skateline!

    You can learn to rollerblade or in-line skate at East Coast Park or Bishan Park in Singapore!If you know how to skate, then head down to one of the parks yourself or join Skateline for the many activities they have. It is best to wear all your protective gears like safety helmet, wrist, elbow and knee guards other than your skates.

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  • Fight!

    Come down to the gym for a workout in Mixed Martial Arts. We train from 8 to 9:30 Mon and wed and 7-9 on friday. Its a mixture of boxing, kickboxing and grappling plus everything in between. Where comfortable clothes and bring wraps, gloves, shin pads, etc. if you have them, if not its ok you can borrow the first time.

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  • San Shou

    San Shou is a Chinese Kickboxing style. Here we have some of the fellows I train with competing in the local San Shou tournament.

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  • The Pedang

    The Pedang or playing field is the site of most big sporting events in Singapore.You can watch cricket most Sat. and Sunday afternoons here, from March to Oct..From Nov to March you are more likely to see a game of rugby.The Pedang is also used for open-air entertainment.

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  • Beaches & seaside areas

    There are various beach areas in Singapore e.g. Changi beach, East Coast beach, Sembawang beach where you have enjoy and have some water sports. There are many facilities along the beaches, but usually they will get very crowded during weekends and public holidays.

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  • Beach Volleyball

    A very popular beach activity among the younger crowd is beach volleyball. Playing beach volleyball in sunny Sentosa is considered hip and cool here. Girls will be in their bikinis while the guys will show off their bods. If you are not keen in beach volleyball, sun-bathing is great at Sentosa too.

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  • Challenge Yourself by Taking Part in a...

    Annually during the first Sunday of December, the International Singapore Marathon will take place in the heart of Singapore. There are many categories suitable for anyone. From a Kids Dash, Relays, 10km, Half-Marathon and the Full 42.195km Marathon.Challenge yourself by taking part. A pair of good running shoes.

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  • Hiking in Singapore: Sungei Buloh

    While most people think we Singaporeans live in an urban jungle. They might be right. We live in an urban city and next to our city is still pretty much a jungle! Pockets of original greenery still occupy our little island. And in some pockets, you can still see swamps, monitor lizards, snakes, etc. Sungei Buloh is a beautiful wetland reserve in...

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  • Hiking in Singapore : MacRitchie...

    If you're feeling fit and fine, go on a hike and be Tarzen for a day in Singapore. Instead of swinging on the vines, you get to walk from tree to tree. Strange though it may seem in urban Singapore, hiking is an available sports option over here! I'm not joking, we have gorgeous rainforests within city limits and lots of easy-to-do trails that are...

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  • Good camping sites in Singapore

    In my opinion, the good camping sites in Singapore are along the various beaches where you can experience the sea breeze and beautiful surroundings. Also, there are lots of facilities including toilets, washing area, food stores etc which makes it very convenient. I think the best camping sites in Singapore are Changi Beach Park, East Coast Park...

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  • Roller Bladding

    If you like roller bladding, then East Coast Park will be a good place for you to do it. There are long stretches of paths for you to roller blade amidst the beautiful tropical beach surroundings, and there will be a lot of people doing roller bladding, cycling, jogging etc as well. This place even have the first McDonalds in the word where there...

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  • Cycling at East Coast Park

    If you enjoy ecycling, you should visit the famous East Coast Park in Singapore where you can easily rent a bicycle for about $6-$8 per hour and cycle along the beautiful long stretch of beach in this area. I occasionally cycle at this park and enjoyed it. The only problem is that it is very crowded during the weekends so you may find a lot of...

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  • Legos

    Some consider Legos a sport. Here in Singapore you will get a chance to see the only cable car, in the world, made out of Legos.This was so neat. They even had a little table inside of it made of Legos.Look but don't touch.

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  • Wakeboarding

    Is fun and hip. A definite fun activity for those who love sea sports. Just bring your bikinis / board shorts. If u do not have your own board, no problem. It is usually provided.$250 per boat for 4 hours. Can take up to 5 people.

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  • Most Popular Sports

    The most popular physical activities among residents in Singapore are jogging and brisk walking. Well, there are nice parks around if you want to have a good jog. Near where I live, the Bishan Park is a good place to jog. Other places include the MacRitchie Reservior, Bukit Batok Nature Reserve, West Coast Park, the ever crowded East Coast Parkway,...

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  • Golfing at the Many Driving Ranges

    As golf is really "in", many are swinging at driving ranges these days. There are many ranges in Singapore and some of the public range are at Seletar Base, Marina, East Coast, etc. Prices from $2 for 40 balls onwards. Your clubs, perhaps your woods and irons.

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  • Hiking or Bicycling in Bukit Timah...

    It's a nature reserve where you can hike or bicycle (on separated trails) in the reserve. There is 1 cycling track (9 kms) and there are 3 options of hiking tracks (1.9 kms the longest), one of them is the nature trail. I personally suggest the nature trail. Enjoy the tropical forest with its sounds and keep yourself on trail. They do not rent...

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  • Line Dancing

    Line dancing is one of the most fun and exciting forms of dance today. It blends familiar dance steps into a routine that can be adapted to different pieces of music. The dance can be performed or practised anywhere. Line dancing introduces people to dancing in a non-threatening environment. Most of the time, the dances are partnerless dances done...

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  • Sports That Challenge - Inline Skating

    Inline skating is often referred to as rollerblading, with the skates as rollerblades. Inline skating is about fluid movement created from balancing and gliding on a thin line of wheels. It is easier to master than ice skating and roller skating.THE STORY OF INLINE SKATINGThe first roller, or "quad", skate was developed in the 1700s by a Belgian...

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  • Discover Swimming

    Did you know that swimming is one of the best forms of exercise? It is one activity that uses most of our body muscles, and is a great way to develop aerobic fitness. Swimming is also easy on our joints so wear-and-tear is minimal. It's useful to learn some basic swimming skills - we may never know when they will come in handy. Then there is the...

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  • Singapore Sports Council

    The Singapore Sports Council (SSC) was formed on 1 October 1973 as a statutory board of the Government of Singapore, established by an Act of Parliament under the SSC Act of 1973. It comes under the umbrella of the Ministry of Community Development and Sports, and is headquartered at the National Stadium in Kallang. The SSC operates various sports...

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  • Snorky

    Snorkeling. Scuba like without the hassle of nitrogen bubbles bursting in your brain. Good way to meet fine people too!

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  • Golfing

    The sport of golf is picking up very very fast in Singapore despite the lack of affordable golf clubs. Memberships alone will cost a bomb as it is seen as an investment and can be "traded" in the free market.

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  • Pool

    Marina Center - inside the bowling center. no 8ft pool and snooker tables availableLucky Plaza - on top level, 2 billiard halls. 8ft pool available.Cathay Cineleisure - too crowded and not sure if 8ft pool table is available. In building are cinemas, restaurants and shops.Baleister - top level. Very few 8ft pool table (only 2 i guess). On level are...

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  • Tennis Courts

    Here are few places you can play tennis -Kallang Tennis Center - well maintained, 10+ courts, 2 wall courts for practice. Reservation is optional, but I suggest you'll do (especially on a weekend).Location: national stadiumVicinity: squash, tracksSingapore Tennis Center - well maintained, few courts, no wall court. Call for reservation.Location:...

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