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Every once in a while, we might want to enjoy some alone-time just to have some peace and quiet. Don’t you? Maybe it comes with age…
Besides the usual things like reading at a cafe, here are ten other activities you might want to try out.
1. Going to a Spa
Of course, going to a spa has to be at the top of our list. We personally recommend Yunomori Onsen for a true Japanese bath experience.
Address: 1 Stadium Place , 02-17/18 Kallang Wave Mall, Singapore 397628
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun: 10.00 am. – 11.00 pm
2. Floatation Therapy
For an hour and a half, you can float in Epsom salt inside a futuristic float tank, in total darkness and silence. It’s said that while floating, you will enter a deep meditative state that allows your body to release stress and flush toxins.
Address: 66 Kampong Bugis #05-01, Singapore 338987
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun: 10am – 10pm
3. Solo KTV performance
Spotted at Bukit Panjang
You might have seen some of these solo KTV booths popping up over the past few months. If you want to take your bathroom KTV experience out of your home, then maybe you might want to try one of these booths and shamelessly sing to your heart’s content.
4. Enjoy a cocktail at home, your void deck – anywhere!
Concrete Cocktail Co. is perfect for those who want to enjoy a cocktail but are too lazy to make their own drinks. Made using fresh ingredients by professional bartenders, Concrete Cocktail Co. will deliver cocktails in bottles to your doorstep cold, so all you have to do is grab a few cups and start pouring.
Concrete Cocktail Co
5. Go on a bicycle tour
We know that oBike is now out of Singapore but there are a few other operators in Singapore for you to grab a bike and start peddling.
6. The Fragment Room
Had a bad job interview this week? Or maybe you just got out of a nasty quarrel with a current or ex-boyfriend? Here at The Fragment Room, you can rage all you want by throwing plates, bottles, tables and basically destroying anything in sight.
The Fragment Room
Address: 3 Balestier Road, Singapore 329671
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun: 1pm – 10pm
7. Drive like a F1 driver
Take joyride to a whole new level at The Karting Arena. Don’t worry about being a lousy driver because each kart is controlled with a central control centre to manage the speeds, slow down or even completely stop each kart. As for the speeds, licensed drivers are allowed up to 50 km/h, while non-drivers up to 30 km/h. You might just fall in love with the sport and its thrill!
The Karting Arena
Address: 200 Turf Club Road #01-01B The Grandstand, South Car Park, Singapore, 287994
Opening Hours: Tues – Sun: 10am – 10pm
8. Learn Hand Lettering
Calligraphy has been in trend for a while now and it can be quite therapeutic to watch spend hours perfecting your handwriting. The Workroom is a professional arts studio that organises several workshops that are definitely worth checking out.
9. Kayak the day away
For the ultimate alone time, you can rent a kayak from the Singapore Canoe Federation and venture out on MacRitchie reservoir and lie to yourself that you’re amongst the crystalline limestone caves of Phuket’s Phang Nga Bay instead of urban jungle Singapore.
10. Thrift shopping
If you have always wanted to try thrifting, you can try spending an afternoon at the Salvation Army. Who knows, you might just find some hidden gems!