Price is based on double or twin hotel room occupancy and includes accommodation, transfers, car/driver, English-speaking guide, bike rentals, activities and entrance fees. Flights and optional special activities will be quoted separately. Most personal expenses, including dinners, alcoholic beverages, spa treatments and gratuities can be paid on the spot while traveling. Prices may vary depending on season, choice of accommodation and other factors.
Thrill-seekers, adrenaline-junkies, and adventure travelers be advised: Singapore is a playground for active travelers who want natural wonder and energy-charged exploits with their world-class luxury. Explorers yearning to test their mettle in one of Southeast Asia’s most dynamic cities will find a city packed with equal parts natural wonders and state-of-the-art facilities for bungee jumping, freefalling, and ziplining. Singapore is the type of place where one can luxuriate at an opulent hotel at night and wake up in the morning to conquer the Southern Ridges or mountain bike the tested trails of the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve.
Arrive into Singapore’s Changi airport for a private transfer to the luxurious Fullerton Bay Hotel on the Marina Bay waterfront. Guests are in walking range of some of the most lavish dining and drinking options in the Lion City. Travelers looking to get right in on the action can opt to do so by driving on an F1 track in a beastly supercar.
The adventure the next day has a decidedly natural aesthetic, beginning with a day trip to Palau Ubin. Here, travelers can bike the trails, hike Puaka Hill, or receive a guided tour of the Kampong, one of the last standing old villages. More adventurous explorers will want to kayak the mangroves on a four-hour journey through tropical forest filled with jellyfish, kingfishers, and even some otters.
The third day begins on two wheels as travelers embark on an adrenaline-inducing cycling adventure through Singapore’s oldest mountain bike trail: Bukit Timah Mountain Bike Trail in Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. Then, take a short trip to Singapore’s Sentosa Island for thrilling afternoon. Take a 450m zipline, flying at 60kph over the jungle and beaches of the Island. Other options include bungee jumping 17 storeys from a tower, indoor skydiving in a wind tunnel, and careening down a steep hill on a luge.
In the heart of one of the most developed cities in Southeast Asia are the Southern Ridges of Singapore: 10 kilometers of green open spaces over mountain, parks, and gardens, all connected by picturesque ridges and pathways. Sections such as the curved ribs of the Henderson Wave pedestrian bridge are popular among Instagrammers and hikers alike. Nature lovers will be keen to learn that they’ll likely spot many birds of note, and possibly a few monkeys. East Coast park biking provides a different but no less impressive adventure: 185 hectares of land and a nine-mile-long beach for experienced cyclists.