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Surfing in Singapore

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Surfing in Singapore highlights

  • Experience a thrill with your peers while enjoying the amazing surfing in Singapore

  • Balance your body on the wakesurf board for the outstanding experience of this watersport.

  • Learn significant lessons from the instructors to enjoy the fun-filled and safe session of surfing in Singapore.

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Wakesurfing Singapore - Surf N Wake
11 Northshore Dr, Singapore 828670

Surfing in Singapore cancellation_policy

  • If cancellation are made 1 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation are made 0 days to 1 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
INR 371.169
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INR 576.35
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Surfing in Singapore overview

Activity Timings- 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Duration for Surfing in Singapore- 2 Hours, 3 Hours & 4 Hour

Activity Location- Surf N Wake, Marina Country Club, Singapore

About the Surfing in Singapore-

Prepare for a thrilling session of surfing with your friends while in Singapore, and take home some unforgettable memories. If you are here in Singapore during the monsoon season, which runs from November to January, there’s no better time for trying out a surfing activity. Experience the thrill of balancing on a surfboard atop the blue waters. This exhilarating activity can be enjoyed by adhering to basic surfing etiquette and safety guidelines, which include using appropriate equipment and staying mindful of the currents and tides. With Surfing in Singapore Tickets, be sure to have fun with this memorable activity and a rewarding experience.

About the activity:

  • Enjoy an exciting session of surfing while in Singapore and have a good time with your peers.
  • Arrive at the specified location ahead of time and learn important surfing lessons from professional instructors.
  • Balance your body on the board and enjoy surfing in Singapore for one-of-a-kind experiences.
  • With Surfing in Singapore Tickets experience the thrill of the open sea and make memories to last a lifetime.

How to Reach Wake N Surf, Singapore?

  • By Car: The activity location is 18.2 km from city center, it will take 25 mins via CTE route.
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Surfing in Singapore faqs

Where are the best surfing spots in Singapore?

Surfing in Singapore is a relatively new sport, and there are only a few spots where you can catch waves. The most popular surfing spot in Singapore is located on the east coast, near the Changi Airport. Here are some of the best surfing spots in Singapore:

  • Changi Beach - This is the most popular surfing spot in Singapore, located on the east coast. The waves are small and gentle, making it a great spot for beginners.
  • Tanjong Beach - Located on Sentosa Island, this spot is popular with more experienced surfers. The waves can get quite big, but it's not always consistent.
  • Palawan Beach - Another spot located on Sentosa Island, Palawan Beach offers small waves that are perfect for beginners.
  • Desaru - Located in Malaysia, just across the border from Singapore, Desaru is a popular spot for surfers looking for bigger waves.

What is the best time of year for surfing in Singapore?

The best time for surfing in Singapore is during the monsoon season, which typically lasts from November to March. During this time, the winds and waves are more consistent, providing better surfing conditions. However, it's important to keep in mind that the monsoon season can also bring heavy rains and thunderstorms, which can make surfing conditions unsafe.

Outside of the monsoon season, surfing conditions in Singapore can be unpredictable, and it may be difficult to find good waves. If you're planning a surfing trip to Singapore, it's best to check the weather forecast and surf reports in advance to ensure that you'll have good conditions for surfing.

What equipment do I need for surfing in Singapore?

If you're planning to go surfing in Singapore, you'll need some basic equipment to get started. Here's a list of the essential gear you'll need:

  • Surfboard - You'll need a surfboard that's suitable for your skill level and the types of waves you'll be surfing. If you're a beginner, you'll want a board that's stable and easy to balance on.
  • Wetsuit - Singapore's waters are warm, but a wetsuit can still be helpful to protect you from the sun and provide some extra buoyancy. A shorty wetsuit is usually sufficient for surfing in Singapore.
  • Surfboard leash - A leash is an essential safety item that attaches your surfboard to your ankle, ensuring that you don't get separated from your board.
  • Wax - Wax helps to provide traction on your surfboard, making it easier to stay on the board when paddling and riding waves.
  • Sunscreen - Singapore is hot and sunny, so you'll need a good sunscreen to protect your skin from the sun's harmful rays.
  • Surfboard bag - A surfboard bag can help to protect your surfboard during transportation and storage.
  • Surfboard fins - Fins help to provide stability and control when riding waves. Different fin configurations are suitable for different types of waves and surfers, so choose the ones that work best for you.

Are there any restrictions on surfing in Singapore?

Yes, there are some restrictions on surfing in Singapore. Here are some of the key regulations you should be aware of:

  • Surfing is only allowed at designated areas - In Singapore, surfing is only allowed at designated areas, which are clearly marked with signs. These areas are typically located on the east coast of the island, near Changi Airport.
  • Surfing is only allowed during certain hours - Surfing is generally only allowed during daylight hours, between sunrise and sunset.
  • Surfing is not allowed during inclement weather - Surfing is not allowed during inclement weather, such as thunderstorms, heavy rain, or rough seas.
  • Swimmers have right of way - If there are other people in the water, such as swimmers or other surfers, they have the right of way. Be sure to give way to others and avoid collisions.
  • Observe safety rules - It's important to follow basic safety rules, such as wearing a leash, using proper surfing etiquette, and being aware of your surroundings.
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