Many foreigners coming to live in Singapore sooner or later complain about Singapour being a boring island with nothing to do in it.
No wonder the multiplicity of Singapore’s cultural events is a funny joke for a Parisian or a New Yorker. Yet there is a few non-cultural activities one can do on evenings or week ends that will just spice up the daily routine. Among them, water sports @ East Coast.
Never done it before ? Never managed to stand ? That’s one more reasons to try. Standing on a board is a matter of only a few dozens of tries. If there’s not many people you get to try many times, and that’s a matter of 1 hour or less to learn to stand. And THEN it’s pure FUN for the rest of your life 😉
Nothing to be scared of, a 30 km/h fall (even a spectacular one) in the water is nearly totally harmless. Your worst fear might be minor muscle soreness…or forgetting your SPF.
In Brief : 2 Hours = 64 SGD, Flat Student Discount : 5 SGD.
Plan your route by bus on :
There is apparently many other wakeboard places in Singapore, mostly the boat-type, the long list can be found here.
For small budgets, consider training at Batam, a full day comprehensive trip with a 1 day unlimited riding pass costs ~100 SGD.
More to come…