If swinging through the trees with the greatest of ease, reminiscent of George of the Jungle, is a secret dream of yours, then look no farther than the Singapore Forest Adventure. Located high in the trees of the Bedok Reserve Park, the Grand Course at Singapore Forest Adventure is a high-flying experience that will make your heart race and take your breath away.
The Singapore Forest Adventure consists of two different courses. The Grand Course, suitable for visitors over 10 years of age, is divided into four different sites, each with their own obstacles to overcome. From wobbly bridges and unstable log walks to high-flying trapezes and a gigantic Tarzan swing, there are plenty of thrills to be had (34 in total), with each site culminating in an exhilarating zip line ride. For younger visitors between ages 5 and 10, there is a Kids Course option that has 16 obstacles and finishes with a zip line. On both courses, supervisors will instruct you on safety procedures to ensure that you have a safe—and stimulating—time.
Singapore Forest Adventure is open Tuesday through Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. with the last departure at 4 p.m. Tackling the entire course takes about 2.5 hours to complete. You’ll be given a harness and a helmet before receiving a 30-minute safety briefing to start. Prices are $44 for adults and $42 for children under 18 and students. Prices for the Kids Course are $32 for one hour. Both courses have height requirements (Kids Course: at least 3 feet, 6 inches tall and 4 feet; Grand Course: 6 inches). You can reach the Singapore Adventure Forest by MRT (get off at the Bedok station) or by bus; it’s located just behind the Bedok Reserve Park and there are plenty of signs to guide you.