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Ride A Giant Swing, Go Tubing In A Cave & 5 More Thrilling Activities To Add To Your SEA Must-Experience List

You’re sure to get an adrenaline rush!
02 Aug 2022, 03:38 PM
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This article is sponsored by Klook.

Bungee jumping and paragliding in Southeast Asia

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Southeast Asia is home to some of the most beautiful landscapes, so why not take in these breathtaking sceneries in more thrilling ways than usual?

From paragliding over stunning tropical islands to racing down a mountain on a quad bike, these activities can help you rediscover Southeast Asia!

Check out these 7 adrenaline-inducing adventures you can try out:

#1 Cambodia: Quad Bike Adventure in Siem Reap

ATV ride around Cambodia’s countryside

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In Siem Reap, Cambodia, you can get your adrenaline pumping by taking a quad bike tour through the rural villages and communities. This ATV tour is a great way to see the area as it's not very accessible by car or foot because of all the hills and muddy roads.

Sunset quad biking adventure

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You'll get to see Cambodian Buddhist monasteries and other sites that aren't normally accessible to tourists on their own too because only tour guides would know how to lead you to these hidden gems!

#2 Singapore: Bungy Jump at Skypark Sentosa

Bungee jumping at Singapore amusement park

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SkyPark Sentosa is a unique entertainment and leisure destination in Singapore with a heart-pounding bungee jump and a thrilling skywalk. Set on Singapore’s beautiful Siloso Beach, SkyPark Sentosa offers an adrenaline rush for all ages.

From the 47m-high AJ Hackett Bungy Jump platform, you can take the leap of your life into clear skies above the South China Sea!

Bungy jumping at Singapore amusement park

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As part of your package, you will receive:

  • Certificate and membership card as proof of participation;
  • Professional photos of your performance;
  • Access to their facilities such as swimming pool, gymnasium (free!), restaurants (including free midnight snacks), and more!

#3 Indonesia: Waterbom Bali Waterpark

Slides at water theme park

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Waterbom Bali is located in the Balinese town of Nusa Dua. The park is open year-round with a variety of attractions and activities that cater to people of all ages.

The park has multiple zones: a lagoon pool; a wave pool; an area with slides and tunnels; an aqua theatre; several restaurants; and even a spa if you want to relax after your day of full-on swimming.

Of course, the highlight of this park for all you thrill-seekers is the crazy slides! From fun, colourful rainbow tunnels to abrupt drops that you can’t see, the 16 slides are great for all levels of adrenaline junkies.

Also, The Constrictor, a 250m-long waterslide with sharp 90-degree turns is a must-ride because it’s dubbed the longest waterslide in the world!

#4 Vietnam: Paragliding in Hanoi

View of Hanoi via paragliding experienceImage via Klook

The most famous paragliding site with the longest history is Doi Bu, overlooking the gorgeously lush Vien Nam Mountain. You’ll also catch great glimpses of Hanoi city if you like the concrete jungle.

This idea of having a bird’s eye view of the Northern Vietnamese city was first started around 1990 by a group of enthusiasts. And boy… they sure started a great thing because the view from 200m in height is to die for. Not literally, lah.

Extreme tandem paragliding at Hanoi

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No worries if you’re not experienced either because there’s no special training needed—the pros gotchu covered! And yes, even lil kids can ride too!

#5 Philippines: SM by the Bay Amusement Park

Extreme swing at amusement park

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SM by the Bay Amusement Park is a must-try in Manila because they’ve got thrills and fun for the whole fam. With 12 attractions to choose from, you’ll never run out of options when it comes to deciding what to try!

The rides are all located just outside of SM Mall of Asia, so it's easy to find. You can start off with the Dream Twister—a thrilling ride that spins 360 degrees while going up and down rapidly; perfect for peeps who have never experienced such an exhilarating ride before!

Extreme swing at amusement park

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For those looking for something more extreme than that, try the Drop Tower, where you'll get dropped at high speeds straight into free fall before experiencing a quick stop at the bottom. You’ll be screaming for more… or perhaps less.

#6 Thailand: Mahanakhon SkyWalk in Bangkok

Extreme swing at amusement park

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If you’re looking for a thrilling way to take in Bangkok’s skyline, there is no better place than the Mahanakhon Tower.

A glass elevator will whisk you up 1,000 feet above ground to an observation deck on the 74th floor that offers breathtaking views of the city.

But the really hair-raising activity you can try is the Mahanakhon SkyWalk on the 78th floor. This open-air deck has some tables and chairs for you to chill on but if you wanna feel like you’re flying, then take a brave step onto the glass floors, where you can literally see all the way 1,000 feet down!

#7 Laos: Tham Nam Cave Adventure

Extreme water activity kayaking in Laos

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If you're looking for some thrilling activities in Southeast Asia, then this is the one for you. Located in Vientiane, Laos, Tham Nam is a cave that many people visit every day but it's not easy to get there because it takes long hours of kayaking through Nam Song River.

Extreme water activity in Laos, cave tubing

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Once you’re inside the cave, you can enjoy tubing through this wonderful limestone formation while taking pictures of waterfalls around you. Afterwards, you can explore Tham Nam Cave from above by ziplining over forests and streams from Phar None Cliff!

Rediscover Southeast Asia by booking all your adventures with Klook!

Travel Southeast Asia with Klook

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Thrill-seeking activities are the best way to relieve stress and enjoy life. So, if you're looking for something new and exciting to do in Southeast Asia to get rid of the weight of everyday life's responsibilities for a minute, check out Klook’s website!

They’re giving out up to 50% off activities, entrance tickets, hotels, and even transport in Southeast Asian countries. There are a bunch more experiences for you to check out besides those we’ve listed.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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By booking through Klook, you’ll get:

  • Best prices guaranteed (cheaper than over-the-counter prices)
  • Skip the queue privileges
  • Hassle-free QR code tickets

Promo ends on 28th August 2022 so hurry up and get booking now!

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