You Can Soon Explore Singapore on a Water Bike

You Can Soon Explore Singapore on a Water Bike

Water bikes can go up to a speed of 15kph.

If you’ve tried night cycling in Singapore, why not kick things up a notch with cycling on water? Yes, that’ll soon be in the offing when Singapore’s first water bike service — Waterbike Singapore — launches on 1 Oct 2021. 

Enjoy a water bike adventure in Singapore


Similar to cycling, a water bike will require users to work the pedals of it to engender movements. It consists of a lightweight frame, attached to two floats with the ability to “cycle” on water.

It also boasts a catamaran configuration that is a part of its safety feature. As such, it is extremely stable and no balancing skill is required to cycle it like a pro. In fact, kids as young as eight years old will be able to use it with ease! Apart from that, the parts are easily disassembled to ensure that transportation is a breeze. 

The cherry on top: Speed that can go up to 15km/h, making for an exhilarating way to be one with nature while getting a workout in. 

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Rental and purchase of a water bike

If you’re already planning a day out in the sun to take on this exciting adventure, here are some ways you can go about doing it:

  • Rental, available every Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 5pm. Rates start at S$30 per hour up to S$80 for four hours. Water bike rentals also induce life jackets, walkie talkies, and dry storage bags for your belongings. Additionally, you will undergo a safety induction with the on-site staff before taking to the sea. You can make your bookings here, beginning 2 Oct 2021. Do take note that group size will be limited to five participants, in line with Singapore’s COVID-19 measures.
  • Alternatively, you can get your hands on it for just $S1800. That way, you can indulge in this recreational activity when you have free time to while away. 


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