Team Bonding Activities in Singapore – 10 Affordable Team Building Ideas
Constantly having a headache over the lack of team building ideas and have a tight budget to keep to? Don’t want to do boring, mundane activities anymore?
Fret not. With our guide to team building ideas, your team building sessions now will definitely be more than an awkward chat over a meal. What’s more? They are fun, yet wallet-friendly. Go ahead and have a great team building! Cheers!
#1 MacRitchie Treetop Walk
Always complaining that there is a lack of lush greenery in Singapore? Then you must have not been to the MacRitchie Treetop Walk. The TreeTop Walk (TTW) is the main highlight of MacRitchie, allowing you to experience and walk through the various different stages of a mature secondary forest. It is also the first of its kind in Singapore as well as in the region! The free-standing suspension bridge has a walkway length of about 250m, with the highest point at 25m, offering a magnificent view over lush greenery and a community of flora and fauna! Here’s a useful guide for you!
MacRitchie is big and may not be the easiest place to navigate around. Check out the various routes to explore this peaceful respite away from the hustle and bustle of city life! It is definitely a fantastic experience to enjoy some time in the nature with your fellow colleagues for a slow and leisure hike!
Bossa what?! You didn’t get it wrong, it’s Bossaball, an emerging sport which is a combination of volleyball, soccer and acrobatics played on a large inflatable fitted with trampolines. The term “bossa” vaguely translates into attitude or style, and is highly associated with Bossa Nova, with a highly energised and upbeat tempo. This sport is relatively new and is certainly a combination of music and sports! Gather all your colleagues now and try it out for your next team building for a fresh new experience!
#3 Arteastiq Boutique Tea House
Arteastiq is known for its perfect integration of a boutique tea house and a painting studio within the same area of space. It embraces the whole concept of social interaction through gathering over good food and also the pursuit of self-expression through painting, whilst overlooking the constant bustling of Orchard Road, creating a brand new exquisite experience for all. Have a chill bonding session with Arteastiq’s wide range of food offered, and express yourself through the blank canvas sheet during the art-jamming session. Uncover your secret hidden talent (other than eating) and look out for the Picassos among you! It’s a calming session that is absolutely needed in a hectic lifestyle.
2 branches including:
Mandarin Gallery, #04-14/15
333A Orchard Road, Singapore 238867
Opens: Weekday, 11am – 10:30pm, Weekend, 10am – 10:30pm
Nearest Station: Somerset
Plaza Singapura, #03-70/72
68 Orchard Road, Singapore 238839
Opens: Daily, 10am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Dhoby Ghaut
#4 Sisters’ Islands
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 Fly Kite and have a Picnic!
Other than serving as a reservoir, Marina Barrage is really just an excellent location for some bonding. It doubles up as a platform for picnic-goers armed with picnic baskets brimming full of sandwiches, strawberries and apple ciders, and is definitely a hotspot for recreational activities. Other than having picnics, kite flying is common here too. The best thing? It is free and allows for some proper bonding!
#6 Movie Mob
It’s time to up your level for watching movie. MovieMob is a free outdoor movie screening concept that takes place at various locations around Singapore. With MovieMob, you can now enjoy your favourite movie under the stars or in the comfort of your car. How cool is that! Also, you get to vote for the movie you want to be screened next on their Facebook page! What are you waiting for? Call all of your colleagues and grab a box of popcorn now!
At Farmart, is it like Farmville come to life. Get up-close with the farm animals here and get a chance to feed them during their meal time! Also, you get to purchase fresh farm produce such as fresh eggs and even exotic produce like crocodile meat. It is certainly a good getaway from the busy city life with such a temporary escape into the slow paced setting of a farm. For a hassle-free trip, farm tours are also available with friendly guides!
Where: 67 Sungei Tengah Road, Singapore 699008
(If you’re not driving, you can take a shuttle bus from Lot 1 Shopping Mall along Chua Chu Kang Avenue 4)
#8 Malay Heritage Center
Malay Heritage Centre which provides a marvellous cultural exposure and learning opportunities for visitors of all walks of life! Through its extensive exhibits on display and wide range of programmes available, it aims to honour the past and simultaneously provide a means for present expression. Check out what exhibits to expect here!
Address: 85 Sultan Gate Singapore 198501 (Nearest MRT station: Bugis)
#9 Singapore Chinese Opera Museum
Visit the Singapore Chinese Opera Museum and immerse yourselves in a cultural treat! Exhibits in the museum span over a hundred years and mainly revolve around the development of Chinese Operas in Singapore over the years. Watch some traditional Chinese Opera or learn some techniques of singing Chinese Opera style, and who knows, you may be the next rising Chinese Opera star. However, be sure to check the timings for Chinese Opera performances before visiting to avoid disappointment!
Address: 100 Sultan Plaza #01-27, Singapore 199001 (Nearest MRT station: Nicoll Highway)
#10 Exclusive Village Singapura experience
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)
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