Top Reviews in Singapore
Resources & Tools
Who We Are
Follow Us

Get awesome reviews right in your inbox!

Newsletter Form (#1)

15 Best Things To Do in Singapore – Attractions & Interesting Places with Fun Activities (2024)

Are you bored or trying to find some new adventure to explore in Singapore? Check out the best fun things to do in Singapore so you can enjoy yourself!

Updated on May 10, 2023 


Natalie Tan
Best Things To Do in Singapore
15 Best Things To Do in Singapore – Attractions & Interesting Places with Fun Activities (2024)
morebetter icon

Why You Can Trust MoreBetter

Our team is dedicated to provide helpful reviews on the best places for you to choose!
✅ We research and rate the places based on factors such as features, pricing, quality, services and popularity.

At, it is important for us to provide our readers with accurate and trustworthy information. One of the methods we use is to take into account the reviews from real customers through Google and other social media platforms. By analyzing the genuine reviews, we have a deeper understanding of the services and products in this list! We have done the heavy lifting to save you time!

Things To Do in Singapore

Life’s a bore if you are confined on the four corners of your room. Well, maybe not if you’re like most people who visit Singapore, but that is only because you’ve never been out and about in the heart of the Lion City! When it comes to doing stuff, Singapore is a fun and exciting place to be!

For fun things to do in Singapore, the list of options available are extensive and there is something for everyone, from toddlers to adults.

In fact, it’s recommended that everyone in Singapore get to do fun activity from time to time to release stress in life and just enjoy yourselves!

best iconBest Things To Do in Singapore (2024)

Our team of experts have researched and curated a list of the Best Things To Do in Singapore. Our list of recommendations are based on ours and others' first-hand experience, so it will be helpful for you! Let's not wait and get to it!

1. Adventure Cove Waterpark

Best Things To Do Singapore: Adventure Cove Waterpark
Adventure Cove Waterpark
DetailsAquatic amusement park with an aquarium, waterslides, a wave pool, tubing, snorkeling & more.
AddressLocated in: Resorts World Sentosa
Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, 098269
Operating HoursOpens Monday-Sunday: 10am–5pm
Prices[SG Resident] Adventure Cove Waterpark One-Day Ticket
Each regular priced ticket is valid for the selected date of visit for one-time park entry.
Adult (Ages 13 and above) – SGD32
Child (Ages 4-12) – SGD24

If you’re looking for an aquatic amusement park that’s fun for the whole family, then Adventure Cove is the place to be. Adventure Cove is a waterpark that offers guests a unique aquatic experience with a wide variety of attractions.

The main attraction here is the aquarium where you can enjoy watching the tropical fish and stingrays swim around. While you’re there, you can also take a tour of the underwater world and view the sea turtle exhibit.

The park also offers plenty of waterslides, a wave pool, and a kiddie area, along with a tube ride, a diving board, and a snorkel deck. There are also some water sports activities such as a lazy river, a swim-up bar, and a water slide. But that’s not all. The Adventure Cove waterpark is also home to an adult pool, a spa, and a sauna, which are also available for guests.

They’ve got a great location in the middle of the island, and is easily accessible. There’s also plenty of parking, and the rates are reasonable.

If you’re looking for a fun-filled day at the waterpark, you should definitely visit Adventure Cove.


“First time coming to the adventure cove, and it was rather fun. The rides are pretty fun and gives the thrill but after riding it, it is not that scary and will be fun to play again. Problem is there’s long queue even during covid times.(2021 December) Imagine when there’s no covid, how long do you have to queue to wait for a ride. Might not be very worth it if the time is spent queuing. There’s a reef area where you can snorkel, it’s a pretty nice touch. There’s also a lazy pool around the whole area but it has a long queue. The other rides are pretty fun. Kind of like small roller coaster but on floats. If you have never been here, it’s worth to go at least once. They have a sting ray and dolphin area but I didn’t go in.”

2. BOUNCE Singapore Pte. Ltd.

Best Things To Do Singapore: Bounce Singapore Pte. Ltd
BOUNCE Singapore Pte. Ltd.
DetailsIndoor trampoline park with a climbing wall, dunking nets, jump arena & a dodgeball battlefield.
AddressLocated in: Cineleisure Orchard
Address: 8 Grange Rd, #09-01 Cineleisure, Singapore 239695
ContactPhone6816 2879
Operating HoursMon to Thur 10 AM – 8 PM
Fri 10 AM – 9 PM
Sat/PH 9 AM – 9 PM
Sun 9 AM – 7 PM
For jumpers 4 years old and above
1ST HOUR: $25.90
2ND HOUR: $21

Bounce Singapore is a massive indoor trampoline park with lots of different activities that are suitable for all ages. With a huge play area, it’s great for kids to have fun, while adults can try their hand at the climbing wall or play dodgeball.

It’s a fun place to hang out with friends and family, and there are a few different options to choose from. For example, you can do a “Dunking Safari” where you jump into the dunking nets to score points, or you can play dodgeball in the large arena.

They also have different jumping zones, where you can play trampolines or enjoy the trampoline dodgeball game. The dodgeball game is played on the ground, and it’s a fast-paced game where players hit each other with balls, trying to eliminate opponents from the court.

There are also separate dodgeball courts, which are surrounded by walls for safety purposes. There are different sizes of dodgeballs available for both courts. The dodgeball dodgeball game is a lot of fun, and it will get the adrenaline pumping.

There are also different trampoline areas, which are also surrounded by walls for safety purposes. There are three different trampoline sizes available, and you can choose which size suits you best.

All in all, Bounce Singapore is a good place to go for a fun time with friends and family. It has lots of different activities to keep everyone entertained.


“This seems to be good for team building activities. Kids and kids alike enjoying bouncing here and there. Location also good at the heart of shopping district, accessible by Somerset or orchard MRT. Good place also to rest after shopping or windows shopping. Their waiting area is spacious and friendly staff. Each session is about 50min for $25.90, time wise I think enough for kids to burn out their energy 😅”

3. The Rink

Best Things To Do Singapore: The Rink
The Rink
DetailsOlympic Sized Skating Rink in Singapore
AddressLocated in: JCube
Address: 2 Jurong East Central 1, #03-11 JCube, Singapore 609731
ContactPhone+65 6684 2374
Operating HoursMonday, Thursday & Sunday: 10:00am-9:30pm
Tuesday & Wednesday: 10:00am-5:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 10:00am-11:45pm
PricesSkating Admission with skate boots rental (adult): $18.00 (subject to festive surcharges)
Skating Admission with skate boots rental (child): $16.00 (subject to festive surcharges)

With over 20% of its total population consisting of children (age 0-14), it is not surprising that Singapore’s tourism industry has shifted to cater to kids. One of these many businesses is the Rink, a fun, indoor playground with an adjoining café that’s suitable for the whole family.

With the Rink’s new Ice Arena facility in Singapore, the frozen ice rink can be enjoyed by children from the age of 3 years old to having endless hours of fun. This is an ideal activity for your kids as they can stay active while enjoying a healthy and exciting experience. Make sure to dress in warm clothes.


“Nice rink with a good system in place. It’s Christmas time and they have snow at the end of the session – it really just bubbles but my kid enjoyed it anyway. Only complaint is it didn’t last the whole 5 mins they promised. Brought my 3 year old daughter and they had very cute skates small enough for her! There is a toilet inside the rink that you can go to without taking your skates off (super useful with a child with a small bladder). You have to book your 2-hr slot in the website before you go. Make sure to keep your entry ticket because you have to scan it to check out (they will charge you a fee if you lose it).“

4. SuperPark Singapore

Best Things To Do Singapore: Superpark Singapore
SuperPark Singapore
DetailsModern, family-oriented recreation complex with tube slides, pedal cars & obstacle courses.
AddressLocated in: Suntec City
Address: #02-477, Suntec City (North Wing, 3 Temasek Blvd, Tower 1, 038983
ContactPhone6239 5360
General Enquiries:
Birthday Parties:
Operating HoursWeekdays
10:30am – 8:00pm
10:30am – 9:30pm (First Friday of every month)

Weekends / PH / School Holidays
9:00am – 9:00pm
PricesRegular – Non Peak Day
2 hours:  $30.90

Located inside Suntec City, Superpark Singapore is an amusement park that offers lots of fun for both kids and adults. This park has a lot of great attractions like trampoline park, and huge slides to have a ball of fun!

This park has everything you need for a family day out and it’s open daily from 9am to midnight, so it’s perfect for parents who want to spend quality time with their kids.

You can buy tickets online for more convenient access. If you do decide to visit, it’s recommended that you book your tickets in advance to avoid the crowds.


“A very fun and physical place! Came on a Monday noon and it was quiet so we had plenty of time to try the different stations. Love the 2-player video trampoline. Super fun! Place is very clean and well maintained. Staff are friendly. Will definitely be back again. Thumbs up!!”

5. Snow City

Best Things To Do Singapore: Snow City Singapore
Snow City Singapore
DetailsThis snow center features interactive, educational exhibits, plus a 60-meter slope for sledding.
AddressAddress: 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433
ContactPhone+65 6560 2306
Operating HoursTuesday-Friday: 10:00am-5:00pm
Weekends, Public & School Holidays: 10:00am-6:00pm
Monday: Closed except for Public & School Holidays
PricesWinter Shooting Arena (1 hour snow play+target shooting with 100 balls): S$26.00 (Standard)

Snow City Singapore is not only a winter wonderland but also a great place to have fun, relax and enjoy the snow and the winter season. The Arctic Snow Playground is a must-do activity for families, friends and co-workers.

In addition to the 3 storey high Arctic Snow Slide, there are other indoor activities such as Snowball Battles, Ice Skating Rinks and more. A must-try is the “Drift on Ice” where you will get to experience riding a bumper car on an ice ground which you cannot enjoy anywhere else.


“Nice place to try something different. Even though the place is small, but the experience of being in a snow/cold (below 0) weather is something that we should try. The staffs were friendly and helpful. It’s located at Jurong East just beside Science Centre.”

6. Sentosa 4D AdventureLand

Best Things To Do Singapore: Sentosa 4D Adventureland
Sentosa 4D AdventureLand
DetailsUnique destination featuring adventurous, 4D movies with interactive elements.
AddressLocated in: Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom
Address: 51B Imbiah Rd, 099708
ContactPhone6274 5355
Operating HoursOpening Hours
Friday – Monday. & Public Holidays
1.00 PM – 7.00 PM
PricesOnline Exclusive: 4-in-1 Combo (One-time admission)
 from S$42.20 per pax

We went to Sentosa recently, and we got to try out the Sentosa 4D AdventureLand! We were actually surprised at how enjoyable it was to visit.

It has a wide range of movies, including several 3D ones. Some of the movies are designed to be more interactive. The best part about the 4D AdventureLand is that you can see the screen from different angles, making the experience really immersive. Plus, it’s actually a fun place to go with kids.

The prices aren’t too bad either, so it’s definitely worth checking out if you’re visiting Singapore.


“Pretty decent attraction for the younger kids. Perhaps not so for anyone over 12. We did all 4 attractions. First attraction was just the 4D jungle adventure. Movinf seats, wind, water, etc. Next two adventure (log and ghost train) bit more exciting as you sit in a capsule that moves. Fourth ride was my most favourite. It was a western. Electronic horse and laser gun.”

7. Holey Moley Clarke Quay

Best Things To Do Singapore: Holey Moley Clarke Quay
Holey Moley Clarke Quay
DetailsHOLEY MOLEY GOLF CLUB We’re a mini golf course and bar that turns traditional putt putt into a multi-sensory labyrinth of unique holes that’ll keep you on your toes across the craziest round of golf you’ve ever played.
AddressLocated in: Clarke Quay
Address: 3B River Valley Rd, Singapore 179024
ContactPhone3129 0000
Operating HoursOpens Tues-Thurs: 3pm–1am
Fri: 3pm–2am
Sat: 12pm–2am
Sun: 12pm–11pm
Mon: 3pm–11pm
Every Monday, get 9 holes of mini golf and a house beer wine or soft drink for only $24++! Valid from 5pm to 11pm.

Holey Moley Clarke Quay has been Singapore’s best mini golf course for years, and it continues to stand out as a fun, challenging, and unique course.

The holes are really interesting, and they’re made up of a number of unique obstacles and puzzles. Some holes require you to jump over holes, others require you to roll balls through gaps, and others require you to putt balls into cups.

These obstacles are unique enough that it’s impossible to memorise the course. There are no two holes that look the same, and there are so many different ways to get through them that no two rounds are ever the same.

The course is open every day for you to enjoy. It’s a great place to spend time with friends and family, and the food is really good too. So if you’re looking for a fun, memorable, and affordable place to spend time with your friends, this is the place to be.


“Pretty interesting place! Came here for mini golf game, they have 9/18/27 holes to choose from. We opted for the 18 holes one, our group of four taken around 1 hour plus to complete. Kids below 18 can come too, but have to be before 8pm. Quite a nice place for friends to hang out or family with kids. Price seemed alright, $100plus for 4 person 18 holes game. Didn’t try the food and drinks this time, next round will come again for the game and food and drinks 😆”

8. HomeTeamNS – Adventure HQ

Best Things To Do Singapore: Hometeamns Clip N Climb
HomeTeamNS Clip ‘N Climb
DetailsClip ‘n Climb invented the fun climbing industry sector in 2005 with the aim to make climbing safe, attractive and accessible for all … healthy challenging fun for everyone.
AddressLocated in: Our Tampines Hub
Address: 1 Tampines Walk, #03-03, Singapore 528523
ContactTel: 6705 9410
For enquiries, click here.
Operating HoursMon – Thur: 12pm to 9pm
Fri, Sat. Sun, PH, Eve of PH and School Holidays: 10am to 9pm
Prices90 mins climb from $18 for HomeTeamNS members

We love the fact that HomeTeamNS have taken the traditional ‘climbing wall’ and turned it into something completely new. What they do is take a traditional indoor climbing wall and build it on a flat ground. You can then use the wall to practice any number of climbing skills – whether that’s bouldering, roped climbing or even lead climbing.

They’ve done this by using a combination of real rock and wood, along with their own proprietary system of interlocking steel plates that connect the two materials together. This allows the wall to move in and out, and also flexes to suit the changing weight of the climber.

The result is a climbing wall that’s extremely safe, yet very easy to climb. It’s also a lot more comfortable than the traditional indoor climbing walls, thanks to the use of soft foam pads.

These walls are suitable for children and adults, and there’s even a large range of different courses available, from beginner to expert. There are even some courses that can be tailored to your specific needs.

HomeTeamNS offer several levels of membership, so you can find the right level for you. It’s the perfect way to get fit and improve your fitness at the same time, and it’s also great for beginners. It’s ideal for people who want to learn how to climb safely and effectively, or for anyone who simply wants to enjoy a healthy challenge.

With their wide variety of courses, HomeTeamNS really do cater for everyone. It’s a fantastic way to get fit, lose weight, or just have some fun with friends.


“I brought my kids over to Clip n Climb on CNY eve. And the staff were very good! Special shout out to Dhia and Fafa for being ultra patient, calm and friendly with my big group of kids and me! Will come back again and highly recommend!”

9. Pororo Park Singapore

Best Things To Do Singapore: Pororo Park Singapore
Pororo Park Singapore
DetailsIndoor soft play facility with a wood-chip pit, a ball pool, gentle rides & daily performances.
AddressLocated in: Marina Square
Address: 6, #02-29 Raffles Blvd, Marina Square, 039594
ContactPhone6239 5360
Operating HoursWeekday Play Sessions:
10.30am – 1.30pm
1.45pm – 4.45pm
5.00pm – 8.00pm

Weekend/PH Play Sessions:
10.30am – 12.30pm
1.00pm – 3.00pm
3.30pm – 5.30pm
6.00pm – 8.00pm

Kindly book your play session timings to secure a slot.
PricesWeekday – Child Admission Ticket (9 months to 12 year old)
3 hours:  $36.00

It’s a kids’ playground that lets them get creative with their imagination. There are lots of activities that they can engage in – from ball pool, to soft play area, to ball throwing.

Pororo Park Singapore is an indoor soft play facility that features a large wooden-chip pit, a ball pool, gentle rides, and daily performances. Kids can have fun playing with their friends, as well as enjoy some quiet time alone.

At different zones, there is plenty of space for kids to play and interact with each other. The soft play zone has inflatable slides, ball pools, and a mini-golf course. In addition, there are two playhouses where kids can play with their favorite toys.

There are lots of daily performances that kids can watch, such as puppet shows, singing, dancing, and face painting. These performances are included in the price of admission.

The ball pool is big enough for children to get in and enjoy themselves. It has a depth of 18 cm and is equipped with a built-in splashguard. The soft play area is fully enclosed, so it’s great for kids who are scared of being outside. It also provides them with a safe environment where they can explore their creativity.

Pororo Park Singapore is a great place for kids to have fun and unwind. With its convenient location, affordable prices, and fun-filled activities, it’s the perfect place for your family to spend quality time together.


“This is my second time coming here and both my kids absolutely love this park. It’s not a mammoth play gym with huge slides and big ball pits – but it’s perfect if you want your growing toddlers to be independent by exploring the park themselves. There are no blind spots so you are safely assured that you can always have an eye on them. The train and merry go round are good rides for the young ones too. There were some toys that look dated but it’s part of the wear & tear from getting thrown around by kids. The staff are superb, attentive, very helpful and friendly. Overall the service is super good. I’m a happy mum seeing them enjoy themselves and I hope this park will stay in Marina Square for a long time.”

10. Katapult Trampoline Park

Best Things To Do Singapore: Katapult Trampoline Park
Katapult Trampoline Park
DetailsSingapore’s only Trampoline Park in a park.
AddressLocated in: ORTO
Address: 81, 01-11 Lor Chencharu, ORTO, 769198
ContactPhone6754 5188
Operating HoursMonday: 12PM – 7PM
Tuesday – Friday: 10AM – 7PM
Saturday – Sunday, & PH: 10AM – 9PM

*Close at 9PM on Weekdays during School Holidays
PricesBrunch Jumps
10AM – 12PM

We found the Katapult Trampoline Park to be a fun place for kids and adults alike. Katapult is a trampoline park located in Singapore. It is the only trampoline park in Singapore, and the only one of its kind in Asia.

This trampoline park provides a safe environment for kids and adults alike to jump and play. They offer trampoline parks for kids aged 5 years old and above, and for adults 18 years old and above.

We found the trampoline park to be a fun place for kids and adults alike. There are different activities and games that are available for children, such as dodgeball, basketball, and dodgeball. There are also games that are designed for adults, like air hockey, foosball, and table tennis.

The trampoline park also has a play area where kids can play with their toys. The play area has an air hockey table, basketball court, and a foosball table. There is also a large sandbox area where kids can play with their toys, and there is a giant slide where kids can enjoy a quick ride.

The trampoline park also offers an indoor area where kids can play video games and watch movies. The area is air-conditioned, and there is a large TV screen in the center of the area, where kids can watch their favorite shows and movies.

They also have a children’s corner where kids can relax, and there is a children’s playground too. The trampoline park is a great place for the whole family to spend time together. There is something for everyone here, and it is a fun place for kids and adults alike.


“Good place for family fun. Do take note that parking is a short walk away, as is the toilet. You’d need to purchase a pair of socks with grip there (unless you bring your own). Trampolines in general are somewhat dangerous if you don’t land properly, so take care if you do jump.”

11. Airzone

Best Things To Do Singapore: Airzone
DetailsAIRZONE is a world’s first concept that premiered in Singapore! Creating a truly unique experience for young and old alike. The AIRZONE attraction is an elevated playground with distinct themed zones containing unique games. 
AddressLocated in: City Square Mall
Address: 180 Kitchener Road, #02-K4, K10, Singapore 208539
ContactPhone+65 6631 9789
Operating HoursWednesday-Friday: 10:00am-8:30pm
Saturday-Tuesday: 10:00am-9:30pm
PricesFantastic 5 Birthday Package: $370.00 for 5 kids
9+1 Drop Off Party Package: $500.00 for 9 kids + 1 adult

Located in the middle of the mall, this net playground called Airzone is the first in Singapore. Although one of a kind, there are many options for you to play. Dive into the ball pit, have some fun with the large inflated balls, navigate the maze, and slide down to the bottom for your exit. 

It is a great way to keep your kids entertained during a long shopping trip, and it’s perfect for parties or gatherings too! So don’t forget to bring towels and keep hydrating as sweat will continue to pour while enjoying this unique masterpiece.


“A multi-storey playground on suspended nets high above the ground in the middle of the mall? Sign me up! So much fun. We had 2 kids with us who loved it (the little one didn’t like the giant balls because they were heavy and bumped him over). Lots of climbing and slides, running across the nets. Our favourite was the ball pit on the bottom level.”

12. Singapore Wake Park (SWP)

Best Things To Do Singapore: Singapore Wake Park Swp
Singapore Wake Park (SWP)
DetailsSingapore Wake Park is the country’s only cable -ski park built in a lagoon at Singapore East Coast Park. It ensures a safe environment for both beginners and experienced riders looking for an adrenaline fix.
AddressAddress: 1206A ECP, Singapore 449891
ContactPhone+65 6636 4266
Operating HoursWeekdays
SKI: 10 : 00 AM – 9 : 00 PM
EAT: 10 : 00 AM – 10:00 PM
(Last order for food 9:00 PM)

Weekends & Public Holidays
SKI: 9 : 00 AM – 8 : 00 PM
EAT: 9 : 00 AM – 10 : 00 PM
(Last order for food 9:00 PM)
PricesSYSTEM A (Beginner Straight Line System. With Instructor)
There will be 9 sessions per day. Each session runs for an hour & limit to 4 riders.
Rate for each session is $50/rider or 1 hour off Share-The-Fun Passes.
Rate is applicable on all days. No weekend or PH rates.

Wakeboarding has become a popular form of water sports in many parts of the world, such as South America, Asia and Europe.

If you want to learn how to wakeboard, or if you’ve already mastered it and just need to find some new ways to explore the water with your friends and family, make sure you check out Wakepark Singapore, Singapore’s largest wakepark! Have your adrenaline hyped up and try this exciting water sport!


“For the past 5 years ago I started wakeboarding here and I still love it here. Two years of covid restrictions just made it a more memorable and fun place to be. The community of wakeboarders are super friendly and so are the staffs and teachers. I have brought my friends and family here too and they all enjoyed their time learning and most importantly having fun. Will always be back for more.”

13. Amazonia Singapore

Best Things To Do Singapore: Amazonia Singapore
Amazonia Singapore
DetailsOur 10,000 sq ft indoor facility offers a cool and relaxed atmosphere where parents and children can have a great time together.
AddressLocated in: Resorts World Sentosa
Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, 098269
ContactPhone6836 2544
Operating HoursOpens Monday-Friday: 9:30am–7pm
Saturday: 9:30am–9:30pm
Sunday: 9:30am–7.30pm
Prices[SG Resident] Adventure Cove Waterpark One-Day Ticket
Each regular priced ticket is valid for the selected date of visit for one-time park entry.
Adult (Ages 13 and above) – SGD32
Child (Ages 4-12) – SGD24

Amazonia is renowned for its awesome slides and activities. In fact, the company has been offering these for many years now, and they continue to innovate and change the landscape of play-centres.

The play gym is super spacious, and there are plenty of activities to keep children entertained. They have a large swimming pool for kids to enjoy, a rock climbing wall, a slide tower, and a bouncy castle.

If you want to get your children moving, get them to the play gym. It has a super large play area, and there’s enough space for everyone to have fun. The best part is that it’s always open, and you won’t have to worry about finding parking.


“Visited Amazonia with my 3 kids ages 10, 3 and 2 y.o. in Jan 2022 and March school holiday. We love this place because it’s clean and there are play areas for both toddlers and older kids. It’s not so big where I have to tail them and worry where they are. The crowd is also controlled and reasonable. Cafe serves a good selection of food and drinks. A good place for parents to chill and rest. Service is good always.”

14. Zero Latency Singapore

Best Things To Do Singapore: Zero Latency Singapore
Zero Latency Singapore
DetailsOne of the world’s best free-roam VR gaming experiences! Featuring state-of-the-art, award-winning technology from one of the pioneers in VR entertainment, players can move around freely, as well as talk, interact and strategize with their team-mates in real time.
AddressLocated in: Suntec City
Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard #03-346 (between Tower 2 and 3 Suntec City Mall, 038983
Just along from the cinemas, level 3 of East Wing in between Towers 2 & 3
ContactPhone6931 0331
Operating HoursMonday to Thursday: 11am – 10pm
Friday: 11am – 11pm
Saturday: 10am – 11pm
Sunday: 10am – 10pm
Eves of Public Holiday: Usual operating hours
Public Holiday: 10am – Closing
PricesOff Peak Price: $48.00 Per Player
Regular Price: $59.90 Per Player

In recent years, virtual reality gaming has become one of the most popular pastimes among gamers. There are now so many different games available that it can be difficult to choose the best ones.

We’ve all heard about VR games like Pokémon Go and AltspaceVR, but I think the Zero Latency VR experience is the best in Singapore right now. It’s one of the most immersive and fun games that I’ve played in years, and it’s only been out for a few months.

The reason why we think this game is the best is that it’s incredibly realistic and engaging. While it might be fun to just sit down and watch someone else play, this game requires you to get involved and play yourself.

Another great thing about this game is that it’s not just a single game. You can play all sorts of different games ranging from the tactical strategy game. Even though there are lots of different games, they’re all very well designed and polished, and they all play really well.

One of the biggest advantages of the Zero Latency VR experience is that it’s compatible with all the major VR headsets, including the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Sony PlayStation VR.

So if you’re looking for a fun and immersive VR gaming experience, then try out the Zero Latency VR experience. It’s easily the best free-roam VR gaming experience in Singapore right now, and it’s only been out for a few months.


“Great place for games and also conducting team building exercises. The game was really fun and the whole setup felt really realistic. The VR goggles were a little blur and the headsets smelled a little 😅😅😅 I do hope that they clean and sanitize them after each round (which I think they do). Can’t wait to go back and try the other game modes. A little hiccup at the start but all was good. The host and game master was professional and efficient.”

15. Hi Roller Indoor Skating Rink

Best Things To Do Singapore: Hi Roller Indoor Skating Rink
Hi Roller Indoor Skating Rink
DetailsInline and roller skating have extensive histories, bringing us way back into the 1950s and 1960s where these sports were hyped as social norm activities.
AddressLocated in: E!Hub
Address: 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Level 5 E!Hub, Singapore 519599
ContactGeneral Enquiries

Lesson Enquiries
Phone9694 4094
Operating Hours11am-9pm Daily
(Refer to our rink schedule under “Our RInk” for public sessions)
PricesWeekdays: $12 per entry
Weekends: $15 per entry

Our top pick comes from Hi-Roller Indoor Skating Rink, a popular place to take lessons in the past few years. They offer a wide range of classes to suit everyone’s needs, and their staff are knowledgeable and friendly.

They offer beginners lessons, which will help you learn how to skate and improve your skating skills. They also offer intermediate lessons, which will teach you how to perform better tricks, spins, and spins. If you’re looking to compete in local competitions, they have a coach program that will get you ready for your local competitions.

In addition to these lessons, they also offer private lessons, which are ideal for those who want to learn how to skate on their own. These lessons include a one-on-one session with a professional instructor, and they’ll teach you how to perform the necessary moves and techniques.

They also offer group lessons for families, friends, and groups. These lessons will teach you how to skate together, and they’ll have fun while doing it.

Overall, Hi Roller Indoor Skating Rink is a great place to learn to skate. It’s a fun and safe place, and it’s perfect for beginners and intermediates. They have a great variety of classes to choose from, and their staff is friendly and knowledgeable.

So if you’re looking for a fun place to take lessons, then Hi Roller Indoor Skating Rink is the perfect choice.


“Great friendly staff! They were also very helpful to those who have trouble balancing = me. I fell on my butt quite a few times as it was my first time roller skating. You definitely want to go with a friend who can skate. Unfortunately we went on a day when the a/c wasn’t working to well and the equipment got a little stinky. We had a fun time though!”


We have reached the end of the article! We’re glad that you made it this far! Now that you have our list of the best fun things to do in Singapore, do let us know if you feel that there are others that should be part of this list!

We hope this article that we have reviewed has been helpful for you! If you find this article helpful, do check out other related articles in Singapore!