Team Bonding Activities in Singapore – 10 Affordable Team Building Ideas Part II

Feel that team building ideas are never enough to suit all of your colleagues? Here are some more! Have a great team building! And yes, you’re welcome.

#1 Pulau Ubin instawalk and Chek Jawa

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A trip to Pulau Ubin is not complete without a visit to Chek Jawa. Pulau Ubin is an island off eastern Singapore with the kampong vibe and has amazing scenery many are unfamiliar about except for their school camping experience. A Pulau Ubin #instawalk was organised first in 2013 to showcase a side of Pulau Ubin many do not know about! Do hop on an #instawalk journey along with your colleagues and as the name of the walk suggests, do take many photos!

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Picture source: www.10best.com

Also, do check out Chek Jawa, which is located at the far Eastern edge of Pulau Ubin. Explore this area brimming with a wide biodiversity of wildlife and embrace the beauty of nature here!

#2 Trampoline Park

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Bounce bounce bounce! Once an old school gym, Amped Trampoline Park is the first indoor trampoline park here in Singapore with almost 50 trampolines covering the floors and walls. Also, it is good to note that the trampolines are connected with blue padding as an added safety feature to ensure that visitors don’t get hurt by the frames and springs of the trampolines. Booking is also available here!

It’s certainly one of the best place to burn off stress from work with all that intensive jumping. Sweat it out now! Grab your colleagues off their office desks to jump, bounce and repeat.

2 locations including:

River Valley

46 Kim Yam Road, The Herencia, Singapore 239351, Unit #02-11 (Use first staircase on the right side, above cafe)

Tel: 8228.5961 (or [email protected])

Jurong East

200 Jurong East Ave 1, Yo:Ha, Singapore 609789, Level 2 Sports Hall (Exit 32 from PIE – use Jurong Canal Drive for GPS)

Tel: 8126.3801 (or [email protected])

#3  Board Games at The Mind Cafe

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Who says board games have to be boring? With over 2000 games (and counting!) across their outlets, The Mind Cafe is certainly an awesome place for some quality bonding, where friends or families gather to bond over fun board games accompanied with good food. The wide range of games carried by the cafe will definitely cater to people from all walks of life and you’ll be definitely spoilt for choice! Do look out for promotions too! Now, put away your phones, and be immersed in a fun session with your colleagues!

2 branches including:

Dhoby Ghaut
60A Prinsep Street S’pore 188664

Operating Hours:
2pm to 11pm (Sunday, Monday to Thursday, Public Holiday)
2pm to 6am (Friday and Saturday, Public Holiday’s Eve)

City Hall, Funan Digitalife Mall
#02-16 S’pore 179097

Operating Hours:
11.30am to 10pm (Sunday, Monday to Thursday, Public Holiday)
11.30am to 11pm(Friday and Saturday, Public Holiday’s Eve)

#4 Sisters’ Islands Marine Park

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The Sisters’ Islands Marine Park is Singapore’s very first marine park and spans 40 hectares. It is ideally visited during low tides of 0.4 meters and under, where a whole area teeming full of marine life could be seen! Guided tours are also available which are extremely helpful and allow you to learn more about the place and be on a lookout for the extensive biodiversity on the island! Other than guided tours, you can opt for a diving trail as well, where the clear waters is perfect for some snorkeling. Also, every visit brings about a brand new experience – wild dolphins could be spotted on one visit, and a hawksbill turtle on another! Come immerse yourself in nature with your dearest colleagues!

#5 Art Immersion – Museums trail

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Too stressed over work? Hop on a museum trail with all the museums and art galleries around in town. Here’s a list:

  • National Museum of Singapore (Singapore’s oldest museum!)
  • Singapore Art Museum
  • The Substation
  • ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands
  • Asian Civilisations Museum
  • National Gallery Singapore
  • Singapore Tyler Print Institute
  • Gillman Barracks (a cluster of 11 galleries!)

Treat yourself to a cultural feast and enjoy some tranquility, appreciating artworks and discuss about your after-thought with your colleagues!

#6 Paintball

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The paintball trend has been catching up in Singapore in recent years and how could you miss that out? Claiming to be Singapore’s number 1 most popular paintball park, Red Dynasty Paintball has brought many families and friends closer together through paintball team building with a variety of themed-packages including James Bond, Darth Vader and many more! A corporate package is also available here. Gather your colleagues and book now!

Don’t miss out on the fun and action with your colleagues! Shoot it!

Red Dynasty’s Paintball Parks’ Addresses: 

Red Dynasty Paintball Park, The Cage Sports Park @ Turf City (Bukit Timah)
Address: 220 Turf Club Road, Singapore 288001

Red Dynasty Paintball Park, ORTO, Yishun
Address: 81 Lorong Chencharu #01-14 Singapore 769198

Red Dynasty Paintball Park, Camp Challenge, Sembawang
Address: 2 Admiralty Road East, Singapore 759987

#7 Katong Antique House

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Katong Antique House is an extremely well-preserved two-storey shophouse owned by a fourth-generation Baba, Peter Wee. The shophouse contains many colourful and relevant traditions about the lives of Peranakans and its unique culture. From traditional kebayas to beaded slippers and intricately-carved wooden furniture, “there is a story behind every piece”. Mr Wee’s dedication to preserve the Peranakan culture is truly inspiring. Do speak to him if you drop by and I’m sure he would be delighted to share his stories!

Where:

208 East Coast Road, Singapore 428907
Call 6345 8544 for tours and appointments.

#8 Ice Skating

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Summer all year round? Try ice skating, a fantastic way to cool down. The Rink at JCube is an Olympic-size ice-skating rink surrounded by 2 levels of shops and restaurants with a viewing deck. Can’t skate? Fret not. Skating aids are available for rental. Do check out the timings for the public skating sessions or if you’d like more privacy, you can enquire and book a package with them! What are you waiting for? Grab your sweaters and get ready for ‘winter’!

Address:

2 Jurong East Central 1
Level 3, JCube
Singapore 609731

Email: [email protected]

#9 Get Enchanted with Punggol Waterway

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At this 12.25 hectares riverine park in Punggol, you have countless things to do! You can jog, cycle, chill at a cafe, hike, eat at a seafood restaurant, watch the sunrise/sunset, take photographs or even go prawning! Take your mind off work and enjoy the tranquility of the park and spend some quality time with your colleagues. Some interesting areas to visit/do includes: several seafood restaurants at the Punggol Settlement, Whisk and Paddle, a popular cafe for chilling out, Hai Bin Prawning, Coney Island and many more for you to explore!

Gather your colleagues now and you guys are in for a fun time exploring Punggol and you’ll be surprised by what it has to offer.

#10 Exclusive Village Singapura experience

Team Building Singapore Venue

Have a fun-filled team building experience at Village Singapura! At Village Singapura, a shop-house is revamped to look like a scene of 1930s Singapore, an excellent team building venue. Participants would be transported back in time, and get to be engaged in an exclusive team building experience. Sounds great!

Address: 333 Kreta Ayer Road #03-20/21 Singapore 080333 (Nearest MRT station: Chinatown)

Click here to organize team bonding activities with Village Singapura now! 

Are you unable to choose a team building activity that fit your needs? If you have not seen part 1 with 10 more cheap team building event ideas in Singapore, here you go. Alternatively, check out a full list of top 80 SG team bonding ideas according to search engines. This is in an executive summary format to help you save time. Thinking of going overseas? We can help you plan your team building in Batam (Indonesia) too.

Want to experience life in Singapore back in the 1930s?

In Village Singapura Team Building, you can try up to 6 different hands-on experience of Singapore’s traditions. One difference though. They are part of a story set in Old Singapore where you compete with other teams in team challenges. To know more, contact us now.

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