Discover  Lifestyle   ·   08 May   ·   08:05 PM   ·   3 minutes Read

Allergic to the Sun? Here are few fun activities you can explore.

  
Credits: @TimeOut | @HomeTeamNS

Contrary to popular belief, staying indoors can be fun and beneficial – especially during the pandemic period! Here are 6 ways on how you still can have fun indoors.

1. Super Park 

Reopened on 9 April 2021, this indoor sports park has more than 20 intriguing stations catered for children, and those young at heart. With three different areas teeming with fun activities like obstacle walks, street basketball and even archery, there is definitely something for everyone! Compete with friends in games and release all the pent-up stress you have been carrying around all week!

Credits: @Klook

Location: 3 Temasek Boulevard, North Wing Tower 1, #02-477 Suntec City Singapore 038983

Price: From $19.90/person

Website: https://www.superpark.com.sg/

2. LaserOps 

Want to find a thrilling way to bond with your friends or family? LaserOps has up to 35 different game formats for you to choose from! The battle arena has been made exhilarating with black light and smoke effects. This is your chance to sneak behind your friend and attack. If you’re the competitive type, get ready to destroy and conquer! Game on!

Credits: @Laserops

Location: 60A Orchard Road, #B1-04/05/06, Singapore 238890

Price: From $15/person

Website: http://laserops.com.sg/

 

3. BOUNCE Singapore 

Get your rounds of exercise through bouncing! You will execute a stunt or two on these bouncy trampolines and become a trampoline master! Dish out your inner flexibility – or just flex to your buddies and bounce away all weekends! If you are feeling unsteady or lack confidence, you’ll be happy to hear that instructors will be there to guide you along the way and impart useful tips and tricks to you…

Credits: @Trip Advisor

Location: 8 Grange Rd, #09-01 Cineleisure, Singapore 239695

Price: From $17/person

Website: https://www.bounceinc.com.sg/

4. Holey Moley 

If intense adrenaline-driven sports are not your cup of tea, perhaps sipping on your favourite tea would do the trick. Or even better, a cocktail or two! At Holey Moley, you can enjoy a chill game of golf while sipping on the wide selection of bar beverages on offer. With a 2-storey building space, they have designed mini stations for you and your friends to accomplish. Participants will be given a golf club of their choice and a score sheet to record scores, perfect for those up for a little friendly competition with good friends! What’s more, the pretty décor is super IG-worthy, so remember to whip out your phone when you’re there!

Credits: @Holey Moley

Location: 3B River Valley Rd, Singapore 179024

Price: From $20/person

Website: https://www.holeymoley.com.sg/

 

5. Adventure HQ 

Adventure HQ is the largest multi-installation indoor adventure in Singapore. For those afraid of heights, you are in for a ride! This course really challenges your mental and physical strength, allowing you to step out of your comfort zone and have fun! With the thrill of scaling greater heights and the satisfaction of completing these obstacle courses, you’re bound to have an awesome fun-filled day here.

Credits: @HomeTeamNS

Location: 2 Yishun Walk, Singapore 767944

Price:

Home Team NS: From $32/person

Affiliate: From $42/person

Guest: From $45/person

Website: https://www.nerfax.com.sg/

6. Axe Factor 

Axe Factor is Singapore’s first axe-throwing space where you can summon your inner hunter self and throw some axes on the target board. In our urban society, it IS pretty rare for any of us to have ever held an axe. Hate having to do your homework? Have grudges for your frenemies? Imagine the target board as those – you will do better! Just gather all of your stress and aim.

Credits: @Klook

Location: 200 Turf Club Rd, #01-32A The Grandstand, Singapore 287994

Price: $30

Website: https://axefactor.com.sg/

 

Who said Singapore is boring? Not me!

* Due to government restrictive measures, please confirm with the relevant websites for more details