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Forest Adventure is trilling fun for everyone who likes to climb and swing in trees. Experience the free flight zipping through the air, gather all your courage jumping from a treetop and fine tune your balancing skills on the exhilarating bridges and obstacles. Enjoy the exciting activity while knowing that you are safely attached at all times. Different courses allow both children and adults to join in the fun.
The Grand Course is for adults and teenagers who are at least 1.4m (4ft7") tall. There are 34 different obstacles that include bridges, trapezes, logs, 4 giant zip lines flying over the reservoir and a very exiting and adventures leap of faith nicknamed "The Tarzan Jump". All together, calculate about 2.5hrs to complete the entire course. Groups are welcome - expect a brilliant team building session but make sure to book well in advance.
The Kids Course is the ultimate experience and adventure for kids - be it with family & friends, for a birthday party or as a school excursion together with their classmates.
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Nearest MRT is Bedok Bus: 5, 18, 21, 22, 28, 59, 65, 67, 69, 168. Alight bus stop no 75349 “the Clearwater condo” if you are coming from Tampines Avenue 1 or bus stop no 75341 “opposite Clearwater condo” if you are coming from Bedok North Road. If you are driving take the PIE Changi, Exit 6 Bedok North Avenue 3. Turn left on Bedok North Av 3 and turn right at the traffic light on Bedok Reservoir Road. Drive 70m and turn left into the carpark. You will see signs to Forest Adventure. We suggest you use carpark A situated on Bedok Reservoir Road, opposite Aquarius Condominium. Calculate a further 5-10 min walk from the parking to get to Forest Adventure.
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