G-Max Reverse Bungy
GX-5 Extreme Swing
A relatively gentle high ('relatively' is the key here) is offered right next door to the G-Max Bungy. Whereas the G-Max offers a...
An architectural pin-up famed for its Technicolor shutters and neo-Renaissance design, the MICA Building houses a string of well-known...
Has had more comebacks than John Travolta and Mickey Rourke. This quay, named after Singapore’s second colonial governor, Sir Andrew...
Anywhere that bills itself as 'crazy' should set the alarm bells ringing, but you won't hear them once you're inside. This touristy rock...
This mall, conveniently set above the Clarke Quay MRT station, is home to a over 40 food and beverage outlets. Some of the more popular...
G-Max Reverse Bungy information
Lonely Planet review
Prepare to be strapped into padded chairs inside a metal cage and propelled skyward to a height of 60m at speeds of up to 200km/h before being pulled back down by gravity. Though the ride offers spectacular views to those who can keep their eyes open, it's best avoided by people prone to velocity-induced vomiting.