10 Fun Activities in Singapore That are Totally Off The Beaten Path

10 Uniquely Fun Activities in Singapore That Are Totally Off the Beaten Path

Step out of your comfort zone and explore Singapore like never before!

With more and more VTLs opening in Singapore, travel is now back on the radar for many. But just because you can travel, it doesn’t mean you have to fly far away to discover something fun and exciting! 

Singapore might be small but don’t be deceived, there are a host of exciting and unique activities waiting to be discovered. If you’re starved for some excitement, here are ten unique and fun things to do in Singapore for an awesome experience!  

Family fun

1. Create your magnum opus at Splat Paint House

There is no such thing as colouring within the lines at Splat Paint House. In fact, most of the time, the paint would not even be on your canvas! Armed with a squirt gun loaded with neon coloured paints and some full-body protection gear, you can go ham and live out every child’s dream of artfully crafting a colourful, chaotic mess. If you are looking for something fun to do in Singapore, then look no further. 

At the end of the day, you can even bring home the Picasso-esque artwork you unwittingly created amidst the frenzy.

Address: 207a Upper Thomson Rd, Singapore 574346

2. Breakout your green thumb at The Sundowner

Sometimes the hustle and bustle can get too much and all you want is to bask in nature. While that might be hard to come by in the urban hub that is Singapore, The Sundowner offers the perfect respite from city life. 

Their signature Rooftop Farm Experience is a two hour-long educational program that includes exciting activities like an organic farming masterclass, the chance to get up close and personal with rescued honeybees as well as the unique opportunity to taste some farm-to-table fruits and veggies.

For the cuddle-bugs out there, look forward to meeting their free-roaming Oprington chickens, Hen and Hao!

Address: 705A E Coast Rd, Singapore 459062

Also read: 10 Farms in Singapore to Visit for a Taste of the Countryside

3. Channel your inner sharpshooter at Nerf Action Xperience

If you want to experience some real, heart pumping action then leave Call of Duty at home and head down to Nerf Action Xperience to wage an epic nerf war against family, friends, and strangers alike! 

Arm yourself to the teeth and ready your positions because there are five different experience zones waiting to be conquered. From shooting down virtual zombies to playing capture the flag with your nearest and dearest, there is never a dull moment. 

Address: 6 Raffles Blvd, #01-208 Marina Square, Singapore 039594

Also read: 10 Fun and Adventurous Activities in Singapore for the Thrill-Seekers

Fun activities in Singapore for couples

4. Hunt down the elusive Dragon Chamber

Inspired by the intrigue surrounding hidden societies in old Chinese mafia films, The Dragon Chamber is a treasure hunt and a dining establishment all wrapped in one. Those looking for something fun and adventurous would be gratified to learn that this hidden restaurant is almost entirely off-the-grid. 

While Google Maps will get you to the general area, you’ll have to find the entrance of the restaurant with only your wits and determination (though a growling stomach might help move things along). 

There are no tips or tricks, you’ll need to sleuth your way to your meal ticket here!

Address: Unknown

Also read: 8 Speakeasy Bars in Singapore With Chill Vibes and Unique Cocktails

5. Immerse in a whimsical dining experience at Andsoforth

Really, is there anything more magical and delightful than gourmet food and theatre? If you answered anything other than a resounding no, then you certainly have not had the pleasure of dining at Andsoforth. Founded by Stuart and Emily, Andsoforth is Singapore’s first, and Asia’s largest, immersive dining experience. 

Expect to be immersed in well-loved classics like Alice’s Wonderland and the grand halls of Asgard, accompanied by a curated menu made with the theme in mind. 

At Andsoforth, your imagination comes to life and fairy tales come true.

Address: The location is secret and will be released to you 24 hours before the event. Isn’t that exciting?

Also read: 10 Alternative Date Ideas in Singapore for Couples Sick of the Usual Dinner & Movie

6. Throw away your problems at the Axe Factor 

What was the saying again? Hurl some axes and forget about your exes? If you want to invoke your inner Jason Momoa, vent your frustrations by throwing an axe or two at the Axe Factor. You can take your pick from a variety of targets and axes.

Pro-tip: Now, we don’t condone violence, but if you have a metaphorical axe to grind with someone, just imagine their face and let your axe sail towards the wooden bullseye. Catharsis at its best. 

Address: 200 Turf Club Road #01-32A/B & 34A/B Singapore, Singapore 287994

Flying solo

7. Test your sleuthing chops with Hunt-a-Killa

Think you have what it takes to be the next Sherlock Holmes? Test your potential as a detective with Hunt A Killa. This subscription-based mystery company will send you a box every month, each filled with the case files and clues you will need to piece together the puzzle and crack the case. With a seasonal rotation of murder and horror mysteries, you will never get bored.

If you are a completionist who does not have the patience to wait month after month for the next episode, you can purchase entire sets of unsolved mysteries as well!

Available online here.

8. Escape the world in Palm Ave’s sensory deprivation pods

In recent years, sensory deprivation pods, or float pods, have become almost synonymous with wellness and rejuvenation. Palm Ave Float Club is home to the only sensory deprivation pods in Singapore. Take the chance to unplug from not only your devices, but your senses as well and float in the tranquil waters unhindered by intrusive sensory stimuli. 

When you emerge, you will feel refreshed and ready to take on the world. 

Address: 66 Kampong Bugis, #05-01, Singapore 338987

9. Train like a Jedi at Saberfit

Ever wondered how you would fare as a Jedi? Or maybe you’re someone that prefers imagining an idyllic world where working out is actually fun. Well, we have good news for you! 

Proudly proclaiming to be the ‘Galaxy’s Most Exciting Workout,’ Saberfit is a one-of-a-kind fitness studio in Singapore that combines the geeky with the athletic. Armed with a glowing combat saber, you will embark on your fitness journey with a series of saber striking techniques and fitness exercises.

There will even be kickass upbeat tracks thumping in the background as you slash your way through the galaxy!


Lavender: 91A Lavender Street, Singapore 338719
Kallang: 28 Jalan Benaan Kapal, Singapore 399635
Yishun: 32 Yishun Central, Singapore 768809
Turf City: 200 Turf Club Road, Singapore 287994
Fun Empire HQ: 5B Guillemard Road, Level 3, Wing Fong Building, Singapore 399685

Also read: 10 Indoor Activities in Singapore to Escape the Perpetual Summer Heat

10. Hulk out at The Fragment Room

While violent tendencies in fits of anger might normally be a sign of underlying anger issues, there is nothing more encouraged at The Fragment Room. Here, you can hack, smash and break your frustrations into millions of pieces. From plates to entire printers, there is nothing (other than bones) you can’t break at The Fragment Room. 

What are you waiting for? Grab your baseball bat, call on your inner Harley Quinn and start wreaking havoc!

Address: 490 MacPherson Rd, Singapore 368198

Also read: 9 Activities to Destress in Singapore After A Long Day at The Office

We all think that the grass is greener on the other side but once in a while, it’s nice to look at the amazing things that are available locally. You might be surprised at what you find. Singapore is full of unique experiences and activities that will satiate your hunger for something fresh and interesting. These fun activities are just some of many, so who says travel is the only way to experience something new?

About Author


Elyssa is always on the lookout for something interesting to do (or eat). When she’s not out looking for trouble, she can be found at home trying out a new recipe, curled up with a mystery book, or watching a crime documentary.