Have you ever visited Singapore? If not and if you have a passion for adventurous water sports, then Singapore is the destination to be. At Singapore, you can indulge yourself in different types of water sports like canoeing, water skiing, windsurfing/sailing and scuba diving. So if you have still not planned a trip to Singapore with your near and dear ones, then just do it at the earliest and witness the unparalleled beauty of the place and enjoy the various exciting and thrilling water sports.
Types of Water Sports
As already mentioned, you can enjoy different kinds of water sports in Singapore like canoeing, water skiing, windsurfing/sailing and scuba diving. To know more about each of these sports, quickly glance through.
- Canoeing in Singapore: Situated at Sentosa, Changi Point and East Coast Park, there are several private operators in Singapore offering canoes on hire. The canoes usually operate everyday from 9 am in the morning till 6 pm in the evening. The cost of a single seater canoe varies between S$6 and S$10, whereas a double seater canoe costs anything between S$8 and S$12.
- Water Skiing in Singapore: Like canoeing, water skiing is also one of the popular water sports in Singapore. All the centers of water ski open from 9 am in the morning and remain open till 7 pm in the evening, even on public holidays. The cost of water skiing per hour varies between S$70 to S$120.
- Windsurfing/Sailing in Singapore: Windsurfing is yet another popular water sport in Singapore among the sports lovers. The cost of windsurfing is roughly S$22 for every two hours. Moreover, you need to keep a deposit of S$10. The cost of sailboats is approximately S$24 for one hour with a deposit of S$20. You can enjoy windsurfing/sailing from 09:30 am to 06:30 pm.
- Scuba Diving in Singapore: There are several diving schools in Singapore conducting courses which have been sanctioned by PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) or NAUI (National Association of Underwater Instructors). These are two of the scuba diving associations which are recognized all over the world. Diving in local waters day and night as well as diving sports in Malaysian waters is also available.
Moreover, at Mana Mana East Coast, you can simply relax on the beach with beach clubs and dining joints and indulge yourself in different types of water sports like windsurfing, kayaking, catamaran and dinghy sailing and stand-up-paddle boarding.
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