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Exciting Physical & Virtual Activities to Loosen Up this Weekend

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Qinthara Fasya & Tasha Lam | 5 October 2021

Relax with your pals by participating in these enjoyable physical and virtual activities!

You might assume that life on a little red dot is boring, and that there are only a few things to do in Singapore, especially with all the Covid restrictions we are currently facing. Finding the best things to do in Singapore is, however, easier than it appears. If you’re looking for adult-friendly activities in Singapore, you’ll find a diverse range of games and attractions to suit all ages! We’ve compiled a list of both physical and virtual activities in Singapore to help you choose the one that’s right for you and your colleagues or friends.

Physical Activities

1. Explore Singapore In A Vintage Vespa Sidecar

What could be more enjoyable than exploring Singapore on foot? That’s for sure, zipping through metropolitan streets in a Vespa sidecar. Take a leisurely stroll through heritage districts such as Kampong Glam, Little India, and Chinatown on this trip. Admire the sleek Singapore skyline, which is topped by the renowned Marina Bay Sands hotel, as well as the Civic District’s and Bras Basah’s traditional colonial Victorian structures.

  • Take in the sights and sounds of Singapore’s historic neighborhoods, such as Little India and Kampong Glam.
  • In the city center, take in a remarkable mix of Victorian-era and ultra-modern architecture.
  • Explore the city’s fringes on less-traveled roads, each with its own distinct features that will certainly wow.

What’s more: enjoy local coffee/tea and snacks included for tours that last two hours and above!


  • From S$160 for a 1 hour tour
  • From S$320 for a 2 hour tour
  • From S$480 for a 3 hour tour

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2. Explore Abandoned WWII Marsiling Bunkers

Singapore is not only clean and green, but it also has a wild side, which can be seen in Marsiling in the shape of abandoned WWII bunkers. As you pound your way through rambling jungle vines and negotiate through ankle-deep muck to discover a disused British Royal Air Force fuel reserve station built in 1942, you’ll feel like a modern-day Indiana Jones.

This huge network of subterranean tunnels was left behind from British administration in Singapore during World War II and is nestled deep into the Singaporean forest. They were utilized as fuel storage tanks by the British, although they were also briefly held by the Japanese until Singapore won independence.

Get up close and personal with nature in its entirety as you wade through ankle-deep mud and avoid creepy crawlies and trek deep into a forest without demarcated walking trails with the help of an experienced guide.


  • From S$150 for 5 hours

Find out more here.

3. Soak In Sights On The Big Bus Singapore

Explore Singapore’s sights and sounds. From the comfort of your seat on an open-top, double-decker bus, tour the city’s most iconic landmarks. Take a tour of Singapore on the Big Bus, your one-stop-shop vehicle for seeing everything the city has to offer.

  • Discover Singapore’s greatest sites on two separate routes: the City Tour (Yellow Line) and the Heritage Tour (Red Line)
  • As you ride by renowned sights such as Raffles Hotel and Gardens by the Bay, feel the air on your face.
  • With professional onboard commentary (including a Children’s Channel), learn more about Singapore’s culture, tradition, and history.


  • From S$47 for a 60 min tour

Find out more here.

4. Kayak Through Rural Waters And Enjoy Field-Cooked Lunch

With the help of Ninja Kayakers, get off the main road and discover Singapore’s lesser-known places. Head to Seletar for this excursion and kayak through a beautiful mangrove that is mostly devoid of humans. Also, to get away from the stress of city life, spend a day in nature.

  • Ketam Kelong: Get up close and personal with a real-life Kelong (offshore fish farm) and paddle through a tranquil mangrove river in Pulau Ubin.
  • Paddle from Seletar Island to Khatib Bongsu through a beautiful mangrove forest to find deserted lands.
  • Seletar Sling: Visit Sungei Simpang, which is known for its beautiful mangroves, and then relax with a picnic on a deserted beach.
  • OB Marker: Hang out on Ubin’s uncharted west side, then paddle over to lovely Coney Island to see some unusual views.


  • From S$120

Find out more here.

5. KF1 Karting Circuit

Isn’t it time for some team bonding? Or are you looking for a venue to take key corporate clients for a kart and dine experience? Are you organizing a fun and unique birthday celebration for your loved ones that they will never forget? (Or perhaps a fun way to start that stag do you’ve been planned for the lads and the surprised groom!)

KF1 is a two-story structure that provides a comprehensive facility that can be customized to meet your business or event needs.


  • From S$80 for 4 hours

Find out more here.

Virtual Activities

1. MBe a Water-Hero!

Photo from Klook

Become a water-hero and help to solve one of the world’s most pressing environmental issues: sanitation.

  • A brief virtual introduction to the crucial relevance of water and sanitation, with a focus on Singapore and ASEAN.
  • Understanding Singapore’s world-class (waste) water management systems through a virtual tour
  • Participate in the creation of a life-saving sanitation system in Indonesia, the Safe Water Gardens, through a live interactive Zoom link led by LooLa’s employees.


S$30 for 3-4.5 hours.

Find out more here.

2. Online Open Terrarium Workshop

Have you always been drawn to nature? Why not learn how to make terrariums? Or how about a Greenwall constructed entirely of air plants, free of fuzz and piping? Explore your creative side and create your own narrative jar with the help of skilled tutors. This hour-long exercise will allow you to create living art that will look great in your home or business. Finally, make a love gift so that you can share your happiness with your coworkers and friends.

  • Learn how to construct a beautiful terrarium with a variety of plants and preserved moss.
  • Enhance your design with a free figurine that will add a personal touch to your work of living art.
  • Bring your passion for nature to a session where you’ll learn how to make terrariums.


S$40 for 2 hours.

Find out more here.

3. Virtual Magic Show

Photo from EMagicalMoment

In Singapore, magic shows are very popular at children’s and adult celebrations. In light of COVID-19, many of us have switched to digital learning and are now ready for a virtual meet-up.

To develop this wonderful online magic performance, the team is always refining their magic show and experimenting with new materials. They have gotten a lot of positive comments from corporate and private parties.


S$250 for 25 minutes

Find out more here.

4. Live Virtual Travel

Photo from RandomDots

Are you ready to go on a live tour of a Tokyo mystery neighborhood?

Join a guide on a thrilling foot and mystery ride excursion of a Tokyo mystery district. Your task is to work together to discover the tour’s location.

The team will:

  • Walk the streets of Tokyo with our experienced guide for this experience
  • Find clues to track out our guide’s whereabouts.
  • Investigate the marvels of Japanese culture.

Optional Add-on:

Teams headquartered in Singapore can choose to have a Japanese snack box supplied to each event guest.


Free, 60 minutes.

Find out more here.

With the spike in Covid-19 cases here in Singapore, The DigitalCFO Asia team strongly encourages everyone to keep safe at home at the moment – with a variety of virtual activities suggested. Physical activities at the moment should be kept to a maximum of 2 pax.

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