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9 Exciting Group Activities In Singapore To Do With Your Friends (Up To 8 Pax!)


Faruq Senin •  Mar 05, 2021


As Singapore is now in Phase 3, you can finally go out with your friends or loved ones in groups of up to 8 people! Instead of just meeting up for a meal, why not take this opportunity to explore More to Singapore by uncovering lesser-known spots and trying out new experiences. If you’re looking for things to do with friends over the weekends or even on a weekday, we’ve rounded up 9 fun group activities in Singapore that’s perfect for any occasion. What’s more, with over 1,000 activities on Klook, you can discover unique tours, experiences and attractions in Singapore that you might never have thought of doing. 
Outdoor activities
1. Explore Singapore’s Southern seas with a thrilling boat ride adventure
Credit: RIB Rides Singapore on FacebookWant to feel like you’re in an action movie? Hop on a rigid-hulled inflatable boat (RHIB) and go on a thrilling ride as you explore Singapore’s Southern seas. As it is used by military and rescue departments, the RHIB cruises at a high speed. Speed along Labrador Park and Sentosa or even go on a tour around Lazarus, St. John’s and Sisters’ Island. This heart-pumping joyride is perfect for a group activity with friends. Price: From $65 Book your tour on Klook!P.S. Planning a romantic staycation with your significant other? Check out these 8 hotels and romantic activities perfect for couples!
2. Uncover Singapore’s rustic side at Seletar Island
Credit: Aileron Yak Adventures on FacebookIt’s fascinating that Singapore still has pockets of nature that are left untouched. For those of you who plan to go off the beaten path, why not explore the rustic Seletar Island with a leg pedal luxury kayak tour? On the 4.5-hour tour, you’ll get to try out a one-of-a-kind AILERON 11 Leg Pedal Kayak and discover hidden gems like the mangroves of Khatib Bongsu and Simpang River. You’ll also get the chance to spot a local kelong and stop by a secret beach!Price: $125 Book your tour on Klook!P.S. Planning your long weekends for the year? Be sure to check out our guide!
3. Appreciate the flora and fauna of Pulau Ubin
You might have been to Pulau Ubin on school trips but there’s nothing like rediscovering it once more by signing up for a tour of the rustic island! The 4-hour biking or walking tour will bring you through Pulau Ubin’s flora and fauna with a certified guide. You’ll also be able to explore Chek Jawa Wetlands, one of Singapore’s richest ecosystems. Price: $65 Book your tour on Klook!P.S. Check out the halal food options near Pulau Ubin in our article!
Indoor activities
4. Immerse yourself in an action-packed VR experience at Hologate or Zero Latency
Credit: Hologate Singapore on Facebook (Disclaimer: This photo was taken before COVID-19)For a rush of adrenaline indoors, transport yourself to a world of fun and excitement with your friends by signing up for a virtual reality (VR) game experience! Hologate and Zero Latency are two great options for an exhilarating VR experience. With immersive VR technology and extensive range of games, you can team up with friends and fight robots and zombies in a hyper-realistic environment. While Hologate is a small and compact VR space that can fit up to 4 people, Zero Latency caters to bigger groups of up to 8 people. Hologate Price: $14.80 Book your tickets on Klook!Zero Latency Price: From $48 Book your tickets on Klook!
5. Skate in style with your friends
Credit: HiRoller Indoor Skating Rink on FacebookDid you know that indoor skating was popular in Singapore in the 1950s and 1960s? Now you can relive this nostalgic sport at HiRoller at Downtown East! Whether you’re a pro-skater or a beginner, you’ll enjoy skating in their family-friendly environment. It’ll definitely be a lot of fun trying to balance on your skates with your group of friends, or falling down together ?Price: $13.60 (Child), $15.30 (Adult) Book your tickets on Klook!
6. Make your own mini ceramic pot
Credit: Terra & Ember on FacebookOther than discovering underrated spots in Singapore, workshops are also a great way for some quality bonding time with your group of friends. On Klook, you can find many interesting workshops and one of them is the Mini Pottery Workshop Experience in Geylang.Get your hands dirty as you’ll be taught how to wheel-throw miniature clay vessels and try out different styles on a tiny pottery wheel. The best part is that you can bring home your very own artwork and get a free artisanal mini wooden tray to display your finished pots! Price: $82 Book your workshop on Klook!
7. Learn to create your own latte art
Credit: Musketeers Coffee on FacebookInstead of hanging out with your friends at a cafe, it’s time to make your outings more interesting and sign up for a Latte Art Workshop instead. You’ll get to learn basic coffee art knowledge, milk frothing techniques as well as basic latte art patterns! Besides trying out something new with your friends, this is also a good experience to understand more about coffee and enjoy a cuppa too ? Price: $75 Book your workshop on Klook!
8. Have fun with a DIY Bathbomb Workshop
Credit: Soap Ministry on FacebookNow, you can make your own bath bombs with a DIY Bathbomb Workshop! Explore your own fun with various mixing techniques, fail-proofing and choose your own moulds and colours. At the end of it, you’ll get to bring home about 4-5 bath bombs.Price: $64 Book your workshop on Klook!
For an all-in-one experience
9. Enjoy Sentosa’s lesser-known attractions with Sentosa Value Bundles
Credit: Yachtcruisesg on FacebookIf you’re looking for a lesser-known activity in Sentosa, hop on the City Skyline Cruise to capture the spectacular sight of Singapore’s skyline and catch the sunset. Save more when you purchase the Sentosa Value Bundles which comes with other exciting activities too. The bundle includes the Skyline Luge, Madame Tussauds, Trick Eye Museum, Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom, 4D Adventureland and more.Price: From $39 Book your package on Klook!The next time you’re planning a meet-up with your friends or loved ones, spice up your outings by uncovering a hidden gem or try a unique activity together. Not to mention that you can book your experiences conveniently on Klook and check out their wide variety of over 1,000 activities. As part of the More To Singapore campaign, you can also enjoy more savings on all Singapore activities. Whether you’re looking for something outdoorsy or picking up a new skill, be sure to bookmark this article and share it with your group of friends! #HHWT Tip: Use promo code KLKEXPLORER to enjoy 8% off all Singapore activities (min spend of $50, discount capped at $10). If you’re new to Klook, use promo code REDISCOVERSG to enjoy 10% off all Singapore activities (min spend of $50, discount capped at $10).This article is brought to you by Klook in collaboration with the SingapoRediscovers campaign.