With the blistering heat and unpredictable rain, many of us prefer to stay indoors. But we may still want to engage in fun activities while we are at it. Here are 5 indoor activities you can do in Singapore that everybody can participate in and have a blast doing so.
#1 Boulder Movement
Watching people on television working their way up steep cliffs and mountain sides can be exciting. While it may not be something that all of us can identify or engage in, the adventurous can still opt for an indoor version of conquering boulders at Boulder Movement Singapore. Not only is the sport exhilarating, it is great for burning off excess calories and strengthen your core muscles. It also helps you to think on your feet as you decide your next step to get to the top.
#2 Athlete Lab
If riding a bicycle is more your thing, you may want to check out Athlete Lab instead. Here, real bikes are used so while you may be riding on-the-spot, every pedal you take resembles the real deal. This is down to the tracking of how you have performed in your last cycling session with them. And it doesn’t matter if you have done this for the hundredth time or for the very first time as the friendly trainers here will train you according to your level.
Yishunites (an affectionate term for the residents of Yishun), will know this location well. Where once was known as Bottle Tree garden/park, this place has been transformed into a food and entertainment arena. Besides being able to indulge in a host of great food (think Thai Mookata, Chinese food, and drinking spots), visitors can also opt to participate in activities such as prawn fishing, fishing, drift karting, paintballing and trampoline jumping. A haven for those looking for a place to while away the day at!
#4 iFly Singapore
It may not be a new-fangled activity but it is still a to-do nonetheless! If you have ever wondered how it feels like to free-fall, iFly Singapore at Sentosa is the best place to finally quell that wonder. Housing the largest themed vertical wind tunnel in the SkyVenture franchise across the world, the iFly can take up to 20 flyers at a time. It’s pure adrenaline as you hover around the tunnel and fly as high as 17 metres.
#5 Escape Room
Possibly one of the more popular mystery solving games currently, the Escape Room concept is not dissimilar from any Sherlock Holmes show you have caught. In this case though, you and your friends play the part of the detective. Trapped in a room, your team will have to work together to locate clues and eventually get to the bottom of the case before you can be set free. Although you can ask for a lifeline along the way, your time gets deducted for it. Expect loads of laughter and camaraderie emanating from the time you guys are stuck together inside! As there is an array of Escape Rooms in Singapore, do Google to find out what each of them can offer and which one you prefer.