7 Indoor Activities To Fight Singapore's Gloomy Weather

7 Indoor Activities For Gloomy Weather In Singapore

Don't let the rain dampen your fun!

Singapore’s gloomy monsoon season in the late November to December periods makes it tricky to plan a day out, due to the unpredictable change in weather. From adrenaline-pumping thrills to zen craftwork, here are seven indoor activities to enjoy despite Singapore’s gloomy December weather!

1. Blast the day away at Nerf Action Xperience

Challenge yourself by scaling up indoor high elements such as The Volcano, or battle it out with your friends over at Zombie City. Both young and old can immerse themselves in this thrilling experience that brings Nerf battles to a whole new level.

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Image credit: Nerf Action Xperience

Plus, you can use your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers at Nerf Action Xperience to snag great bundle packages

2. Enjoy board games and sweater weather 

Stay warm indoors for a cosy afternoon at a board game cafe. Located on Purvis Street, King and the Pawn boasts over 300 games, coupled with a sumptuous menu to satisfy your taste buds. Be spoiled for choice with drinks selection too: milkshakes, cocktails, and locally-roasted coffee are just a few of the many options.

Additionally, check out their Earlybird Weekend Brunch Promotion here

3. Explore ArtScience Museum

Head over to ArtScience Museum to explore an array of aesthetically pleasing exhibits and activities, while snapping some Instagrammable pictures for yourself. These exhibits include Planet or Plastic? and Future World, where illustration meets interactive design. 

If you want to avoid the crowds, ArtScience at Home offers virtual tours, workshops, screenings, and performances to cater to their audiences at home too! 

4. Scale the heights of Climb Central

With more than 600 climbing routes and 200 boulder problems, get ready for a fun and challenging adventure as you scale Climb Central’s walls. They have branches located in Novena, Kallang Wave Mall, and Funan Mall, and you don’t need prior climbing experience to hop in for a quick workout.

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Image credit: Climb Central

5. Step into the world of virtual reality at V-Room

Gear up for a virtual reality gaming experience like no other. With state of the art technology, delve into alternate dimensions and new environments as you and your friends complete missions and adventures.

At V-Room, games ranging from puzzle, horror and online multiplayer propel players into another dimension. You won’t have to pay through their nose as one hour to satisfy your quick VR fix only costs approximately $24-30 per person.

6. Get creative with handicraft workshops

Polymer clay earrings and watercolour painting are all the craze right now. Let your creativity flow with an array of craft workshops that let you bring a nifty piece of your artwork home too! You will learn the fundamentals of these crafts, and some workshops may also provide a kit for you to practise at home. 

Room To Imagine is an indie art studio that specialises in Acrylic Pour and Resin Pour Art workshops where participants can design their own coffee tables, coasters, and more. Materials are provided and the workshops are carried out for artists of all levels. 

7. Have a roaring good time at Changi Airport

It’s been a while since airports have buzzed with life and energy, no thanks to COVID-19. In an attempt to revitalise the space, the Changi Festive Village has incorporated dinosaur-themed attractions across Terminal 3 and Terminal 4 from 20 Nov 2020 to 3 Jan 2021. 

Feeling the need for speed? You can live out your inner Tokyo drift dreams by hopping onto Changi Airport T4’s Dino Kart. Speed through neon lights and dinosaur-themed tracks to race other speedsters in this attractive activity. Plus, head over to Dino Fest for a festive market to snag some dinosaur goodies and fun family shots. 

Also read: Top 32 Things to Do in Singapore Including FREE Activities

Gloomy skies can’t cast a shadow over these fun-filled indoor activities to enjoy in Singapore’s wet weather! However, remember to always keep safe despite the gradual opening of more attractions with the arrival of Phase 3 in Singapore on 28 Dec 2020. Happy exploring! 

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Sarah Jane Lee
Sarah Jane Lee

Sarah strongly believes that much like sunflowers, she draws her energy from basking in the sunshine. She believes that detours, chance encounters and stories shared by strangers at a bus stop are part of what makes adventure beautiful. Apart from being a sports enthusiast (current fix: Muay Thai), Sarah enjoys soaking up the afternoon sun with a book in hand.


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