Check out these 5 fun sports: from a treetop obstacle course, to axe throwing, to stand-up paddling and more!
Are you looking for a way to shake things up and try something new in the new year? Look no further than these five sports activities that are sure to get your adrenaline pumping and your heart racing in 2023. Whether you’re looking for an adrenaline rush or a new hobby, these activities offer a dose of fun for everyone. Plus, enter our giveaway below for a chance to win $100 Klook vouchers!
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Fun sports to try in 2023
1. Treetop obstacle course
This activity by Forest Adventure allows you to explore the canopy of the forest and tackle challenging obstacles, while enjoying the views of nature. With multiple levels of difficulty, there are options for both beginners and more experienced thrill-seekers. Grab a friend or your family and zip-line across the water!
2. Axe throwing
Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a complete novice, Axe Factor is the perfect place to try your hand at axe throwing. With expert instructors on hand to guide you through the proper technique and safety measures, you’ll be hitting the bullseye in no time.
Always wanted to learn this sport? Z Fencing offers classes for all skill levels, whether you’re a complete beginner or a seasoned fencer. Challenge a pal to this exciting sport and have fun while breaking a sweat and training your agility and reflexes!
4. Scuba diving
One way to admire marine life while adding some movement to your day is scuba diving. Not sure where to start? Check out the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI); it has a wide range of diving courses suitable for all skill levels, from beginner to advanced divers. You’ll be swimming with the fishes in no time.
5. Stand-up paddling
This is another exciting way to explore the waters of Singapore, with Ola Beach Club in Sentosa offering tours and lessons for all skill levels. Pick up a board and get ready to glide through the water for a breezy and challenging sport. While you’re on the Island of Fun, spend the rest of the day soaking up sunny rays by the beach!
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Information is correct as 19 Jan 2023.