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While we’re all waiting for more travel bubbles after Hong Kong to materialise, there’s no reason Singapore residents can’t get their fill of fun activities at home. And even if you’ve already spent all your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers on all the classic attractions, there’s a host of lesser-known adventures waiting to be discovered.
From a day out in the wilderness to a sunset on the sea, we’ve got three exciting activities in Singapore for you to choose from below.
Discover natural wonders with Ulu Singapore
To experience the best of Singapore’s lush parks and nature reserves, book a tour with Ulu Singapore. The local tour company has been offering fun-filled, nature-themed experiences for many years. Both the curious and adventurous alike can explore remote and rustic corners of Singapore; discover different tropical ecosystems such as rainforests, coral reefs and mangroves; and get up-close and personal with wildlife in their natural habitat. Guided tours range from two-hour walks to five-hour hikes, and also include options for cycling excursions, intertidal walks and night tours.
Learn about the wonders of flight at Aeroviation
With an aim to nurture the next generation of pilots, Aeroviation offers aviation courses for amateurs of all ages. Those seeking a flying license can join the Recreational Pilot Program; while youth and kids can take part in the Junior Aviator Program (7 to 12 years old) or Young Aviator Program (13 to 16 years old) to discover more about flight operations. All courses will have new intakes in July 2021. If you’re just looking for a one-off experience, Aeroviation also offers exciting flight simulator courses that are both fun and memorable.
Explore the Southern Islands with YACHTCRUISESG
Always wanted to explore Singapore by boat? You can do just that with YACHTCRUISESG. As part of their tour of the Southern Islands, the luxury vessel will depart from Sentosa Cove and take you on an exciting 2.5-hour journey through locales such as Lazarus Island, Kusu Island, Raffles Lighthouse and Semakau Island. Along the way, you’ll be treated to rich commentary from your guide about the history, legends and rich marine diversity of the Southern Islands. The company also offers private charters, picturesque sunset cruises and speed-boat charters.
Please check the establishments’ respective websites for opening hours before visiting, and remember to adhere to safe-distancing measures while out and about.