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Adventure Sports for Active Kids in Singapore

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Thrill seekers, adrenaline junkies and kids with just too much energy we hope you’re listening, ‘cause we’ve got a guide you’re going to love. Move over tennis and soccer, we’re pushing the envelope with some adventure sports (don’t worry, there’s nothing really dangerous)! Let’s go!



28 Degrees Aquatic

Former national water polo player, Ng Ker Wei, teaches kids everything he knows, with the Flippa Ball Fun Play programme – a modified junior version of water polo that teaches youngsters the basics. Absolute beginners (from 6 years of age) start off learning Flippa Ball, before progressing into the fully-fledged competitive water polo training programmes. Classes are designed to develop water confidence, build teamwork skills, and be a bit of fun too!

8 Sing Ming Road, Singapore 575628
Tel: (+65) 6828 0903



A2 Movements

Be the hippest mama in town by taking your munchkins to Kids Parkour Training each Sunday at SMU Big Steps. For kiddos aged 5 to 13 years, the programme teaches the techniques and principles of Parkour (a discipline that teaches peeps to move quickly and efficiently through the environment using only their bodies and surroundings to propel themselves – it’s kinda awesome). Definitely something different to try, Parkour is particularly useful for developing agility and coordination in children (as well as being a bit of non-trad fun!). 

SMU SIS – Big Steps, 80 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178902
Tel: (+65) 6828 0903



Kallang Ice World

Littlies as young as 6 years old can get out on the ice and learn to ice-skate in the tropics! Ice World at Kallang Leisure Centre offers private and group lessons, for everyone from beginners to more advanced students. Mini ice skaters (6 to 21 years) can even join the “Too Cool for School” June holiday camps – it’s a 2-day hands-on, ice skating camp (with plenty of fun and games!).

Kallang Ice World, 5 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397693
Tel: (+65) 6348 1123

Skate Star at The Rink

Singapore’s only national learn-to-skate programme, Skate Star aims to cultivate the sport of ice-skating (tough gig we know!). The multi-level programme teaches the fundamentals of ice-skating through a progression of skills that remains fun, challenging and rewarding for littlies. Developed by the Singapore Ice Skating Association, Skate Star is available at The Rink at JCube, for those aged 6 years and above.

Sassy Mama Tip: for junior skaters who already know how to tear up the ice like a pro, head to the 600 square metre skating rink at the Marina Bay Shoppes ($7 per hour for adults, $6 per hour for children aged 5-11years including skate hire).

The Rink @ J Cube, 2 Jurong East Central 1, Level 3 JCube, Singapore 609731
Tel: (+65) 6684 2374/5





Flying Trapeze Sentosa

Fancy sending your little ones flying through the air with the greatest of ease? Well, unfortunately we’re not talking about shooting them out of a canon, but you can head towards the flying trapeze on Sentosa and unleash their inner circus star. Preschoolers (as young as 4!) can try out the trapeze, with instructors available to give timid littlies a helping hand. Best part here is that they also do kid’s birthday parties – with catering by the fabulous Trapizza.

101 Siloso Road, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098970
Tel: (+65) 6275 0100



The Rock School

Aimed at mini mountaineers from as young as 4 years old, the Fun Climb programme helps first-timers get climbing in a fun and safe environment. Focusing on teaching basic climbing techniques, graduates can progress into the Step Up programme, an in-depth structured class that furthers climbing skills through games and activities. We love that even mama can get in on the action and join a Double Up class (a parent/child accompanied rock-climbing class)… Just don’t look down mama!

Bedok Community Centre, 850 New Upper Changi Road, Singapore 467352
Tel: (+65) 6242 2106

Kinetics Climbing

Learn the ABCs of climbing with the Climbing 101 programme for kids aged 5 to 12. Little ones will learn how to use their hands and feet to climb safely, whilst being taught within a guided environment (parents are even encouraged to join in). Those needing more of a challenge can also sign up for the Rugrats Climbing Team (4 to 7 years olds) or Kinetics Kids Climbing Team (7 to 13 year olds).

160 Paya Lebar Road, #02-07 Orion @ Paya Lebar, Singapore 409022
Tel: (+65) 6745 6426

OnSight Climbing

Boasting the biggest indoor climbing gym in Singapore, OnSight Climbing also has a ‘New Kids on the Bloc’ rock climbing course for mini hikers aged 5 to 12 years. Round up your kid’s friends (they need a minimum of 4 kids per class) and get climbin’!

100 Guillemard Road, Singapore 399718 (Old Badminton Hall)
Tel: (+65) 6348 8272





Daredevils needing a challenge can sign up for the beginner’s 5-session cable skiing and wakeboarding course – kids need to be at least 7 years old and able to swim 50m unaccompanied – and learn the fundamentals of how to wakeboard. Lessons are tailored to each child’s skill level – they’ll be standing up on a board and cruising the lake (and maybe even doing a trick or two) in no time at all. Be still our beating hearts…

1206A East Coast Parkway, Singapore 449891
Tel: (+65) 6442 7318




Singapore’s only skate school for kids, Skate-with-us offers a specialised programme for kiddies aged 3 to 12 years to learn inline skating. Designed to teach children valuable life skills (like learning how to fall safely) classes aim to develop fitness, coordination, and balance. Lessons are held at various locations around the island so you’re bound to find a class in your ‘hood.

Classes are held at various locations throughout Singapore – see the website for details
Tel: (+65) 6246 6362

Skate Sports

Learn how to skateboard like a pro with the “Skate Masters” life skills enrichment programme for kiddos aged 6 to 12 years. They like to encourage the development of good character and sportsmanship (all with a healthy dose of fun and adventure too!). Skate Sports also offers the Skate Masters programme for inline skating as well. Sick tricks dude!

Classes are held at various locations throughout Singapore – see the website for details
Tel: (+65) 6684 4096


Their comprehensive ‘learn-to-skate’ programme teaches the fundamentals of inline skating. Newbies will learn how to balance, skate, stop and turn (and even develop super coordination skills too!). Not sure junior is going to love skating? Sign them up for a 1-hour Inline FunStart class and gauge their level of interest before signing them up to the full course.

Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, 1380 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Singapore 569930

Pasir Ris Sport and Recreation Centre, 120 Pasir Ris Central, Singapore 519640

Tel: (+65) 6289 4378



Mega Zip

Send the kiddies hurtling down the 450m long (and 75m high) flying fox at the Mega Zip Adventure Park and banish their fear of heights forever (well you can try!). Adrenaline junkies will get a thrill going down the speedy zip from the heights of Imbiah Hill to the beach of Fox Finish Point – not to mention the fab views over Sentosa as well. Leave the tinies at home though as this one is for kids at least 12ocm in height and 30kg.

Imbiah Hill Road, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098967
Tel: (+65) 6884 5602




Forest Adventure

Little monkeys will love the kids’ adventure course, where they can swing, climb, and trapeze their way through the treetops of Bedok Reservoir Park. The kids’ course has 16 obstacles to conquer and ends with a 67-metre zip line, and is perfect for hyper youngsters (aged 5 to 10) to have a bit of fun whilst challenging themselves in the process.

825 Bedok Reservoir Road, Singapore 479244
Tel: (+65) 8100 7420

Climb Max

The Mini Monkeys Course is the ideal adventure for littlies aged 2 to 7 years. This mini-ropes course will have active bunnies climbing and swinging their way across Sentosa beach, as they burn off that energy! Based on the ClimbMax adventure ropes course – take note of this one too mama, it’s fab for older ones needing a physical challenge – the mini monkeys course is the smaller version of the original.

Imbiah Hill Road, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098967

Tel: (+65) 6684 5602



X-Current Sports

All in the name of family bonding (of course!) spend an afternoon learning kayaking and water safety skills with your sprogs in the Family Fun Kayaking Class at the Kallang Water Sports Centre. For kids between 5 and 12 years old, there’s ample opportunity to launch various boats and practice various water confidence drills.

Kallang Water Sports Centre, 10 Stadium Lane, Singapore 397774

Tel: (+65) 6515 9363

Singapore Canoe Federation

Has a range of programmes for wannabe kayakers, including a Kayaking Orientation course (for absolute beginners) and multi-level kayaking courses for more advanced paddlers. Classes are generally held at either MacRitchie Reservoir or Kallang Water Sports Centre. Pssst…those looking for a fun afternoon with the wee ones can also rent a kayak at MacRitchie Reservoir and go for a cruise around the water – non-wiggly tinies can sit on your lap if you’re brave mama!

Kallang Water Sports Centre, 10 Stadium Lane, Singapore 397774
Paddle Lodge @ MacRitchie Reservoir, Lornie Road, Singapore
Tel: (+65) 6344 3915 or 6258 0057


After all that adventuring, the kids should be well and truly worn out (we know we are). With a round up like this, there’s really no shortage of ideas to keep restless littlies busy!


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