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The circuit breaker and beyond has sure made us yearn for getting out of our homes and discover a world many have neglected. And now the time has come to venture out to discover escapes right on our front door.

Whether you want to lounge about on a sandy beach, have some family time or chill with friends, dine at a new restaurant, go fishing, try your hand at wakeboarding - we’ve got you covered. Discover 54 Things To Do in and around Singapore this weekend.


Coney Island

Image Credit: Coney Island Park Website

Coney Island greets you with its lush greenery and is best explored on a bike. Pedal on to the beaches here as you make stops at picturesque spots, do some bird watching and explore wildlife on your way. The beaches may not be Singapore’s finest, but offer a tranquil atmosphere for you to unwind by the sea.

Punggol Promenade Nature Walk, Singapore 829325

+65 1800 471 7300




St. John’s Island

Image Credit: St. John’s Island Website

Spend a day of leisure and go fishing at St. John’s Island or simply take a swim at one of the beaches. This is a perfect place to bring a picnic basket and enjoy a tranquil day playing beach games and snoozing. Nature lovers can sign up for a walk and explore the mangroves, coral reef and coastal plants of the island.

A. Marina South Pier, 31 Marina Coastal Drive, #01-04 018988

T. +65 6534 9339

W. www.islandcruise.com.sg/st-john-island

S. www.facebook.com/singaporeislandcru



Lazarus Island

Image Credit: Lazarus Island Facebook Photos

Couples looking for a romantic beach trip should definitely come down to Lazarus Island. The tiny beach out here may not be a tourist attraction or have plentiful food kiosks but offers scenic beauty away from the crowd.

A. 31 Marina Coastal Dr, Singapore 018988



Kusu Island

Image Credit: Kusu Island

Also called the ‘Tortoise Island’ or ‘Turtle Island’, Kusu has a legend behind it; a tortoise was said to have turned itself into an island to save men from shipwreck. Today, it is flocked by tortoises and of course, tortoise enthusiasts. Apart from having the beach fun, you can also explore the pristine swimming lagoons.

A. 31 Marina Coastal Dr, Singapore 018988



East Coast Park

Image Credit: East Coast Park Websites

Packing loads of fun for the family right from the tiny tots and the teens to the parents, East Coast Park is the perfect location for picnics and activities. You can have a barbecue on the beach, enjoy cycling in the dedicated Cyclist Park, tent up and enjoy camping, or simply take your kids to the large Children’s Playground. The adults can enjoy some fishing, photography and water sports.  

A. East Coast Park Service Rd 449876

W. www.nparks.gov.sg/gardens-parks-and-



Sisters’ Islands Marine Park

Image Credit: Sisters’ Islands Marine Park Facebook Page

Go snorkelling in the blue waters at the Sisters’ Island and discover gorgeous marine life thriving in the sea. Experience the rich biodiversity of Singapore by taking a tour of the Marine Park where you’ll also find the city’s first turtle hatchery. The name of the island itself has a fascinating legend behind it and makes it all the more exciting to explore.

A. 60 W Coast Ferry Rd, Singapore 126979

W. www.nparks.gov.sg/gardens-parks-and-



Changi Beach Park

Image Credit: Changi Beach Park Website

Take long walks, cycle, jog or simply spend time with your family at the Changi Beach. The gorgeous white beach is breathtaking and is one of the oldest beach parks in Singapore. You can enjoy refreshments at the park bistro or relish a meal in one of the restaurants in Changi Village.

A. Nicoll Dr, Singapore 498991

T. +65 1800 471 7300

W. www.nparks.gov.sg/gardens-parks-an



Pulau Ubin

Image Credit: Pulau Ubin Facebook Page

Get adventurous at Pulau Ubin, an island offering adventurous hiking and biking trails. You can pay a visit to the Chek Jawa Wetlands and explore the beautiful forests, beaches and a mangrove swamp. You’ll also find a fruit orchard on the way to the wetlands and is worth a visit.

A. www.nparks.gov.sg/gardens-parks-and



Tanjong Beach Club

Image Credit: Tanjong Beach Club Facebook Page

By day Tanjong Beach is the perfect family hangout, and by night the beach club opens up for party animals. Groove to the latest tunes and try out lip smacking cocktails. Perfect spot to have a complete beach experience if you’re holidaying in Singapore and aren’t too fond of island tripping.

A. 120 Tanjong Beach Walk 098942

E. [email protected]

T. +65 9750 5323

W. www.tanjongbeachclub.com/

S. www.facebook.com/tanjongbeachclub



Video Credit: Sentosa Island - Siloso Beach From The Air

Siloso Beach is one of the coolest places to hang out and unwind when in Sentosa. Spend your day taking a dip in the water, surf the tide or go kayaking. If you’re a party person, hit the beach late evening and party hard at one of the lively bars well into the night. Plus, there’s plenty more to do in Sentosa itself once you’ve had your beach fun.

A. Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore

E. [email protected]

T. +65 6736 8672

W. www.silosobeachresort.com/

S. www.facebook.com/silosobeachresorts



Sembawang Park

Image Credit: Sembawang Park Website

Perfect for joggers and fitness enthusiasts, Sembawang Park is a gorgeous verdant beauty. Sit by the seaside with a book or enjoy exploring historical aspects of the park like Admiralty House, Kampong Wak Hassan, Sembawang memorial and the Sembawang Shipyard. The playground here has a maritime theme and your kids are sure going to enjoy every moment playing here.

A. Sembawang Rd, Singapore

T. +65 1800 471 7300

W. www.nparks.gov.sg/gardens-parks-an



Pasir Ris Park

Image Credit: Pasir Ris Town Park Website

Let your family, especially your kids enjoy themselves to the fullest at the Pasir Ris Park. They can skate, take pony rides and even enjoy some water sports. The family fun can continue with a dedicated bird watching tower and barbecue pit; camp out here and make your weekend an exhilarating one. 

A. Along, Pasir Ris Central, Opposite Pasir Ris MRT Station, Singapore 519639

T. +65 1800 471 7300

W. www.nparks.gov.sg/gardens-parks-and



Palawan Beach

Image Credit: Sentosa (Official) Facebook Page

The beautiful suspension bridge is the highlight of Palawan Beach at Sentosa and it connects the beach to Asia’s closest point to the equator. Pretty cool, right? The beach is pretty much a hangout spot for families. You’ll find plenty of little shops here to pick up knickknacks as well as a lot of food options.

E. [email protected]

T. +65 6736 8672

W. www.sentosa.com.sg/en/things-to-do


Johor Straits Lighthouse

Image Credit: Raffles Marina

Spend some time in peace and tranquillity at Johor Straits Lighthouse at the end of Raffles Marina. It is a stunning place and looks picturesque in the evening while the sun is ready to set, leaving golden hues all around.


a. 10 Tuas West Dr, Singapore 638404

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6861 8000

w. www.rafflesmarina.com.sg/

s. www.facebook.com/rafflesmarina/



Jurong East Swimming Complex

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Splash into a lazy river at the Jurong East Swimming Complex, a place which is normalizing the concept of floating away your worries. You can also enjoy your time in their wave pool, crazy slides or continue your lazing around in a jacuzzi.


a. 21 Jurong East Street 31, Singapore 609517

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6563 5052

w. www.myactivesg.com/facilities/jurong-east-swimming-complex

s. www.facebook.com/getactivetv/



Video Credit: Kelvin Dass

Couples looking for a romantic beach trip should definitely come down to Lazarus Island. The tiny beach out here may not be a tourist attraction or have plentiful food kiosks but offers scenic beauty away from the crowd.


a. 31 Marina Coastal Dr, Singapore 018988



East Coast Park

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Packing loads of fun for the entire family, East Coast Park is the perfect location for picnics and activities. You can have a barbecue on the beach, enjoy cycling in the dedicated Cyclist Park, tent up and enjoy camping, fishing, photography and water sports.


a. East Coast Park Service Rd 449876

w. www.nparks.gov.sg/gardens-parks-and-



Woodlands Waterfront Park

Image Credit: Woodlands Waterfront Park Facebook Page

We love watching the sunsets out on the jetty in Woodlands Waterfront Park. You can get your partner here after your date and spend the evening together or simply come by yourself to read, recollect your thoughts and take long walks while listening to the crashing waves.


a. Admiralty Rd W, Singapore 759956

t. +65 1800 471 7300

w. www.nparks.gov.sg/gardens-parks-and-



Video Credit: Sentosa

Give yourself a much-needed retreat in Sentosa. Come here for a weekend staycation or simply spend a whole day soaking in the sun. Apart from hanging out at the beach you can head to a waterpark, the butterfly park, dolphin island, Fort Siloso and the skywalk.


a. Singapore 099981

e. [email protected]

t. +65 1800 736 8672

w. www.sentosa.com/

s. www.facebook.com/sentosaofficial



Lower Seletar Reservoir Park

Image Credit: NParks Facebook page

Go kayaking and enjoy the water, spend your time fishing, get exhilarated by taking up some water sports or simply enjoy the serenity at the Lower Seletar Reservoir Park. You can come here to jog or even take some gorgeous photographs at the reservoir.


a. 95 Yishun Ave 1 769137

e. [email protected]

t. +65 1800 471 7300

w. www.go.gov.sg/lowerseletarrp

s. www.facebook.com/nparksbuzz/



Changi Boardwalk

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Discover some amazing vegetation like Sea Lettuce and Sea Hibiscus as well as plants and trees like Maiden’s Jealousy, Sea Almond, Singapore Daisy along a 2.2-kilometre stretch of the Changi Boardwalk. Enjoy looking at inquisitive critters like Changeable Lizard, Common Sandpiper and Black-naped Tern.


a. 7A Gosport Rd, Singapore 509710

t. +65 1800 471 7300

w. www.nparks.gov.sg/~/media/nparks-rea



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Enrich your knowledge about the Singaporean maritime history with a guided tour of the Singapore Maritime Gallery. You can enjoy their interactive ship spotter, ship handling simulator and of course enjoy the calming blues of the straight.


a. 31 Marina Coastal Dr, Level 2, Singapore 018988

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6325 5707

w. www.maritimegallery.sg



Sembawang Hot Spring Park

Image Credit: Sembawang Hot Spring Park Website

Another fun way to enjoy water is by dipping your feet in a hot spring at the Sembawang Hot Spring Park. We do recommend taking a stroll in the park exploring the Floral Walk and enjoying the fruit trees before soaking your feet in the spring.


a. Along, Gambas Ave, Singapore

w. www.nparks.gov.sg/gardens-parks-and-




ATC Fishing Village

Image Credit: ATC Fishing Village Facebook Page

Preparing for a grill? Why not catch your own prawns and crabs at ATC Fishing Village? They are open all-day, every-day. All you need to do is pay, grab a rod and begin! They are also enforcing strict safety rules at this time to make sure all their customers stay safe and healthy.


a. 241 Jln. Ahmad Ibrahim, Singapore 629143

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6265 8268

w. www.facebook.com/ATCfishingvillage/



Sembawang Park

Image Credit: National Parks

Take the family for a stroll along the beautiful and peaceful Sembawang Beach, then head on over to the jetty to lower your bento or cage traps into the water. You’re sure to catch a bountiful haul of mudcrabs and flower crabs for dinner!


a. Sembawang Rd, Singapore

t. +65 1800 471 7300

w. www.nparks.gov.sg/gardens-parks-and-



RivieraPrawn Fishing

Image Credit: RivieraPrawn Fishing Facebook Page

At the Punggol Golf Club, there’s never a shortage of things to do! After playing a game of golf and having a snack, stroll on over to Riviera's 24/7 prawning pond, get some rods and start fishing! They even have a BBQ so that you can cook your prawns and eat them as soon as you catch them.


a. 60 Punggol East #01-11 Singapore, Singapore 828825

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6886 4998

w. www.facebook.com/RivieraPrawning24



Video Credit: AJVM FISHING

Trying to come up with fun outdoor activities for you and your friends? Why not head over to Punggol Point Jetty? Wait for fresh catches of grouper, rabbit fish and even barramundi as you take in the gorgeous, idyllic landscape.


.Punggol Promenade Nature Walk, Singapore .

w. www.nparks.gov.sg/gardens-parks-an



Changi Boardwalk

Image Credit: Nature in Singapore Facebook Page

Head on over early in the morning to grab a spot along Changi Kelong Walk and cast your reels into the deep waters! If you’re careful of the scrap material in the area, it is also an ideal place to catch some crabs with traps.


a. 7A Gosport Rd, Singapore 509710

t. +65 1800 471 7300

w. www.nparks.gov.sg/~/media/nparks-rea



D'Best Fishing

Image Credit: D'Best Fishing Facebook Page

If you’re looking to fish along with some more experienced anglers, then D’Best Fishing  is the place for you! For a rich and immersive fishing experience, head on down to Pasir Ris Town Park to the only seawater fishing pond in Singapore! Call their 24-hour minimart to reserve a spot for you and your friends! They are open round-the-clock and offer activities for kids as well as alternative challenges for anglers who want to test their skills, agility and stamina.


a. 94 Pasir Ris Central, Singapore 519637

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6581 2123

w. www.facebook.com/dbestfishing/



Image Credit : Gemma Steakhouse Facebook Page

After giving Singapore an iconic Italian restaurant, Michelin Chef Beppe De Vito will be helming Gemma Steakhouse. With the vibe of a contemporary dining space, this restaurant is inspired by Mediterranean summertime steakhouses. They have a Josper oven so expect well-cooked, gourmet steaks from large-format meats to prime meats coming from various parts of the world. They’ve got delicious seafood options like Cappelletti Pasta with Maine lobster, caramelised chervil, sea urchin emulsion and Hokkaido Scallops with pickled banana shallots, Zenzero oil, Ikura. Order choicest of French and Italian wines served to you in a cocktail cart with your steaks and seafood.


a. 1 St Andrews Road 05-03 National Gallery, Singapore 178957

e. [email protected]

t. +65 8787 0977

w. www.gemmasteakhouse.sg/

s. www.facebook.com/gemmasteakhous



8ASH 570

8ASH is the new F&B kid on Ann Siang Hill. A multiconcept modern casual diner, 8ASH is a retro-outfitted 40-seater restaurant that houses three distinct brands under one roof. Guests can enjoy American and Japanese cuisines under house brands Mirai Burgers , Hoshi Hill and famed fully vegan Love Handle Burgers, in an array of luxe-comfort dishes meant for sharing. Nestled in a cosy nook of Ann Siang Hill - the acronyms forming the namesake of 8ASH - the newly renovated shophouse boasts a tech-driven kitchen on the first floor, with dining space on the second. Prior to opening, 8ASH operated solely as a dark kitchen serving the online delivery and takeaway needs of the various brands under the Group. To celebrate their launch, 8ASH will be offering an irresistible promotion! Be the first 150 in the queue on either the 4th, 5th, 11th, or 12th of November from 5-9.30pm and purchase burgers and signature dishes at just $1.


a. 8 Ann Siang Hill, Singapore 069788

e. [email protected]

t. +65 8233 0113

w. www.8ash.sg

s. www.instagram.com/8ash.sg/



Image Credit : Durianbb Singapore Facebook Page

Durian lovers are going to love this little paradise called Durian BB, serving all kinds of innovative edibles made with this delicious fruit, even coffee. This new cafe serves mouth-watering durian cheesecakes like I’m Burnt, Love From New York and Cheese Lover. There are plenty of refreshing drinks to cut down on the sweetness as well as delicious pastries like polo buns, creampuffs and egg tarts. You can also go for their soft serves, desserts and fruitlets. Let the durian craze take you over at this cute cafe.


a. 462 Crawford Ln, #01-65, Singapore 190462

e. [email protected]

t. +65 9245 0788

w. durianbb.com.sg/

s. www.facebook.com/durianbb.sg/



Image Credit : Tenya Singapore Facebook Page

Craving for some crispy Japanese tendon tempura? Reserve your table at the newly opened Tenya, a restaurant by one of the top tendon chains in Japan. Relish some crispy treats like Premium Tendon, Tenya Tendon, Seafood Tendon and Kakiage Tendon. Make it a full meal by ordering a plate of cold soba noodles along with your tempura and pair your food with chilled Asahi beer, IBC Root Beer or free-flowing Hot Japanese Tea. To create a meal of your choice, opt for their Set Meal where you can pick the kind of tempura and noodles you prefer as well as the quantity.


a. 181 Orchard Rd, #B1-01 Orchard Central, Singapore 238896

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6509 6838

w. tenya.com.sg/

s. www.facebook.com/TenyaSG/



Image Credit : French Fold Facebook Page

Step into this quaint cafe for a caffeine fix, a wholesome breakfast of delicate crepes and eggs, a hearty brunch with boozy cocktails, a delicious meal or even an afternoon break. Bringing a little piece of France for you, the newly opened French Fold by the Merci Marcel group is gaining attention rapidly. Tuck into their delicious Buckwheat Galette blanketing sumptuous chorizo slices, Comté cheese and an organic sunny side up egg ready to ooze at the first cut.


a. 204 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068640

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6970 7626

w. mercimarcelgroup.com/fold/telok-ayer-singapore/

s. www.facebook.com/French-Fold-11583



Image Credit : Suki-Suki Thai Hot Pot Facebook Page

November has begun and as the temperature dips further in the coming days, we’ll need lots of warmth and spice. We’re talking about hot and fiery Asian soups soothing our oesophagus and our hearts and we’ve recently found delicious ones in the newly opened Suki Suki Thai Hot Pot. If you can handle your spice then go for their Red Tom Yum or Tom Yum Yen Ta Fo which is lightly spiced. They also make a sumptuous Khao Soi, Sweet Basil Chicken and serve thinly sliced wagyu beef with a choice of tempting dipping sauces.


a. #01-01, 2 Yishun Close, HOMETEAMNS CLUBHOUSE, Singapore 767944

t. +65 6908 5616

s. www.facebook.com/sukisukithai/




Image Credit: Porkypine Facebook Page

Sometimes it’s the simplest things that you crave the most. For the perfect cubano, Porkypine is the place to go. With their double fermented bread, cured and smoked ham, roast pork, lard mayo and other special ingredients, their cubanos are to die for. Pair it with a drink of your choice and enjoy your toothsome, no-frills meal.


a. 112 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068581

e. [email protected]

t. +65 8874 2606

s. www.facebook.com/porkypine.sg



Ginza Shinto

Image Credit: Ginza Shinto Facebook Page

With over 30 years of experience, Chef Ron of Ginza Shinto is bringing you the freshest fish from Tokyo, Osaka and Hokkaido in this newly-launched contemporary Japanese sushi and omakase joint. The omakase menus are updated biweekly to provide you with the freshest ingredients, and the ala carte menu also has a range of delectable options. So head on over to this 50-seater luxury dining venue Robertson Quay for an absolutely unforgettable meal.


a. 5 Mohamed Sultan Rd, Singapore 239014, #01-01

e. [email protected]

t. +65 8938 8355

s. www.facebook.com/ginzashintosg/



CÉ LA VI Singapore

Image Credit: CÉ LA VI Singapore Facebook Page

For a gorgeous view and a mouth-watering meal, head on over to none other than Bao by Ce La Vie. Specializing in ‘Bao Burgers’ - a mix between moist, fluffy Asian baos and classic Western hamburgers - Bao offers a range of delectable options to choose from including truffle Wagyu beef sukiyaki, salted egg-crispy prawn, chicken karaage, black Angus BBQ beef, and Sichuan eggplant. So order up a fusion cocktail, grab some crispy fries and enjoy this one-of-a-kind experience.


a. SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands, Tower 3,, 1 Bayfront Avenue 018971

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6508 2188

w. www.sg.celavi.com

s. www.facebook.com/celavisingapore



Catfish Restaurant

Image Credit: Catfish Restaurant Facebook Page

There is nothing like going out and having fresh and perfectly cooked seafood. Catfish is a contemporary fish grill and raw bar that serves an Asian fusion menu started by Chef Andrew Walsh, the force behind restaurants like cure, Bao Boy and Butcher Boy. Whether you’re in the mood for a quick lunch of steaming hot, perfectly crisped Fish and Chips, or a fancy, elaborate dinner of Sesame Prawn Toast with uni and caviar, Catfish promises to give you a meal that will delight and satisfy.


a. 5 Gemmill Ln, #01-01, Singapore 069261

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6226 1395

w. catfish.sg/

s. www.facebook.com/Catfish.SG/



Avenue 87

Image Credit: Avenue 87 Facebook Page

Avenue 87 focuses on bringing its patrons modern Asian dishes. Started by two childhood friends, Avenue 87 aims to adapt the familiar flavours of their youth in innovative new ways. From Octopus to Baby Lamb to Duck Rice, each dish is bursting with flavour and the fruits of the collaboration between these two truly talented chefs.


a. 47 Amoy Street Singapore 069873

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6970 5491

w. www.avenue87.sg/

s. www.facebook.com/Avenue87.sg




Image Credit: Tiong Bahru Bakery Facebook Page

No exciting plans for the evening, but in the mood to go out? Well then head on to Le Vin, Lavain - a sundown Drunken Farmer takeover at Tiong Bahru Bakery’s Eng Hoon flagship store. For those unfamiliar with Drunken Farmer, they are a travelling natural wine bar that offers a wide range of labels of natural vino to their patrons. Le Vin, Levain also has a range of snacks on offer which include sourdough waffles and blue prawn rolls. Open Wednesday to Sunday from 6 pm to 9 pm, this is one event you don’t want to miss.


a. 56 Eng Hoon Street #01-70 Singapore 160056

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6220 3430

w. www.tiongbahrubakery.com/

s. www.facebook.com/tiongbahrubakerye



Tang Lung Restaurant

Image Credit: Tang Lung Restaurant Facebook Page

Options galore at Tang Lung restaurant, with over 60 different regional Chinese dishes to choose from. The restaurant, located at The Pier at Roberton Quay, prides themselves on making gourmet cuisine that is also accessible and affordable. With their open kitchen, you can watch the chefs prepare melt-in-your-mouth dim sum like the Pineapple Char Siew Tart, the Truffle Mushroom Crystal Dumpling, and the Pork Siew Mai with Salted Egg Yolk.  They also serve many other scrumptious dishes that are not dim sum, like their Steamed Flower Crab in Shaoxing Wine, which is a customer favourite.


a. 80 Mohamed Sultan Rd, #01-12 Singapore 239013

e. [email protected]

s. www.facebook.com/tanglungsg/




Image Credit: Clove Facebook Page

Formerly Cafe Swiss, the Clove at Swissôtel The Stamford is a brightly lit all-day dining destination with a new dining concept - Burgers and Shakers. With their thick shakes, crisp salads, craft beers and handcrafted burgers, CLOVE is a great choice for a casual day out. With sustainably sourced ingredients and plenty of plant-based protein options, this is a health-conscious and yet yummy place to grab a delicious and filling lunch.


a. 2 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178882

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6431 6156

w. www.swissotel.com/hotels/singapore-stamford/dining/clove/

s. www.facebook.com/cloverestaurant.sg/


Suter WakePro is run by Suter, a professional wakeboard & wakesurf instructor with over two decades of experience under his belt – including coaching the National Wakeboard Team and helping them to secure several medals at the SEA Games – so you can be sure you’re in good hands. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned professional, Suter WakePro provides a memorable & safe wakesurfing experience. Rates start at $150 per hour, applicable both on weekdays as well as weekends.

A. 11 Northshore Drive 828670 (Located inside Marina Country Club - Head towards Pier 5)

T. +65 9742 7201 

E. [email protected]



Wake Time

Image Credit: Wake Time Facebook page

Wake Time is ideally situated in the Marina Country Club and is both a water sports school & charter. Wake Time stays up to date with the latest in wakesurfing equipment and also utilises the award-winning MasterCraft Wakeboard Boats series. As far as instructors, Wake Time caters both to those who are new to the sport as well as to proficient wakesurfers looking for a more thrilling experience. Rates start at $130 an hour, though there’s also an option to choose a special 3-hour package for $350.

A. 11 Northshore Drive 828670 (Marina Country Club)

T. +65 8333 7666 

E. [email protected]



Image credit: Wakemusters Facebook Page

Singapore’s first and longest-standing wakesurfing company, Wakemusters specialises in wakesurfing but also provides waterboarding facilities. You can find both skim and surf boards here along with (locally & internationally) certified and experienced instructors. Want to hear your favourite tunes as you whizz along? Wakemusters’ boats are each equipped with a sound system to add to the experience. Also on board is an ice box, so you can enjoy a cold drink before, after or both! Rates here start at $170 per hour.

A. 11 Northshore Drive 828670 (Marina Country Club)

T. +65 9048 7060 

E. [email protected]




Also situated at the Marina Country Club, Ryders provides beginner to advanced level coaching to its clients. All drivers are certified and proficient in first-aid to make sure your experience is safe from start to finish. Rates start at $120 per hour, and usage all of their equipment is complimentary. Ryders takes their clients out to neighbouring islands, which definitely adds to the exhilaration.

A. 11 Northshore Drive 828670 

P. +65 6386 3891 

E. [email protected]



Edge Wake

The great thing about Edge Wake is its highly experienced instructors – each with a decade or more of experience under their belts – and with some competition champions in the mix as well. If you’re a beginner, you can be sure that you will be in extremely capable hands. Edge Wake focuses more on the “feel” of wakesurfing, rather than its finer technicalities, which they believe is a safer & more effective method of learning, so if you’re a beginner, this place could be well-suited for you.

Their rates start at $130 an hour, and include the boat, the instructor, all the equipment you need, and drinks (bonus!).

A. Marina Country Club, 11 Northshore Drive 829734 

T. +65 6386 6634 

E. [email protected]




Image Credit: Refash Facebook Page

Stocked to the brim with great items at budget-friendly prices, Singapores largest online and offline second-hand store Refash is the perfect place to go to pick up a brand-name cute top or a stylish dress. Refash prides themselves on selling like-new second-hand items and making buying (and selling!) convenient and enjoyable.


A. 810 Geylang Rd, Singapore 409286

E. [email protected]

W. www.refash.sg

S. www.facebook.com/refashsg/



New2U Thrift Shop

Image Credit: New2U Thrift Shop Facebook Page

Become a bargain hunter at New2U’s stores - go through their wide selection of verified  household items, books, toys, bags, ornaments, jewellery, crockery, and more! Run by the Singapore Council of Womens Organization, prices start as low as $1.00 and the proceeds go towards the Star Shelter and the various SCWO Initiatives.


A. 96 Waterloo Street 187967

E. [email protected]

T. +65 6837 0611

W. www.scwo.org.sg/

S. www.facebook.com/New2UShop




Image Credit: MINDS Facebook Page

MINDS is a social service agency that helps people with intellectual disabilities integrate into society. Their thrift stores do not just offer bargains and hidden gems, but also provide pre-vocational training to their clients in retail and customer service. Live a greener lifestyle by buying from their wide-selection of second-hand items, save money by taking advantage of their incredible bargains, and help out the community too, as all proceeds go to the MINDS trainees.


A. 30 Woodlands Ring Rd, Singapore 730883

E. [email protected]

T. +65 6366 3966

W. www.minds.org.sg/Shop.html

S. www.facebook.com/weloveminds/



Red Shield Industries

Image Credit: Red Shield Industries Facebook Page

For those who know a little bit about thrifting, The Salvation Army is a familiar name. Head down to their store on Tanglin Road to discover some choice goodies including handbags, a variety of clothes, and even leather products - all of which have been cleaned and disinfected properly. The Family Thrift Store also serves as a Family Hub that is built for the community, with a beautiful garden you can stroll in when you are finished with your shopping trip.


A. 356 Tanglin Rd, Singapore 247674

E. [email protected]

T. +65 6288 5438

W. redshieldindustries.com/

S. www.facebook.com/RedShieldIndustrie




Red Shield Industries

Image Credit: Red Shield Industries Facebook Page

The largest of the Salvation Army thrift shops, the Praisehaven Mega Family Store is the place to go if you need wallet-friendly prices for pottery, musical instruments, art pieces,  books, household staples, furniture and loads more. They even sell wedding dresses and baby items! Satisfy your shopping fix, rejuvenate your wardrobe, and help the community as you do it.


A. 500 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore 678106

E. [email protected]

T. +65 6349 5312

W. www.salvationarmy.org/singapore/

S. www.facebook.com/RedShieldIndustrie


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