Indoor skydiving is as close to jumping put of a plane as you can get without actually, well, jumping out of a plane. It doesn’t matter if you’re scared of heights, you’ll definitely enjoy this body flight experience. The sheer joy of being weightless, floating in midair, is akin to none. All you have to do is fall into a 56.5 ft wind tunnel and fly- with an instructor beside you all the way. On your first few dives, you don’t go very high, about 6ft to 7ft above the net, and there really aren't any dangers at all, so enjoy!
Marina Bay Sands Casino
While technically three buildings, the Marina Sands consists of three asymmetric towers topped and connected by a three-acre park packed with jogging paths, swimming pools and gardens. The building is connected at the ground-level via a continuous lobby. The Marina Sands is the centerpiece of a much larger casino and resort area. Architect Moshe Safdie designed the multi-purpose building to evoke the shape of a deck of cards, as well as meet the harmonizing principles of feng shui. It holds accommodations for up to 45,000 people and sports a casino, convention center, and even a museum. The Shard, London
The concept to show animals is little different at river safari. They have created different zones based on river name, which shows the animals and reptiles found in those regions. like Mississippi, Congo, Nile, Ganges, Mekong and Yangtze rivers. With the pristine Upper Seletar Reservoir as a backdrop, River Safari is also home to the Giant Panda Forest, Squirrel Monkey Forest and the enchanting Amazon Flooded Forest. We also sail on an exciting adventure known as the Amazon River Quest, this is South American river where you’ll meet the amazing wildlife that come from the world’s largest tropical rainforest.