Row Row Row Your Boat

It’s time to find an outdoor activity for kids other than football, biking or swimming and we’ve found just the right one… kids kayaking and canoeing! Kids will have a blast getting on, maneuvering the paddles and most of all falling in the water. A great water sport which can not only be a great family bonding activity but also makes keeping healthy seem fun!





Singapore Canoe Federation – Kid In a Kayak

Kids 7 years and above can look forward to a fun kayaking experience under the guidance of certified instructors who are both dedicated to the sport and enjoy working with children. The equipment and paddles have been specially constructed for young bodies. Over time kids can progress on to specific kayak styles which interest them such as sprint, canoe polo and slalom.





Pesta Ubin@Pulau Ubin

A short ferry ride away, Pulau Ubin offes solace from the hustle and bustle of the city. Rent a kayak at Living Fisher Village Round Ketam Kayaking or Ubin Bisect Kayaking and get ready to enjoy a ride on your own or join a group tour taking you through quiet mangrove creeks. Those looking for even more excitement can enjoy night kayaking, Round Ketam Kayaking or Ubin Bisect Kayaking. Be sure to check out other activities while on the island including cycling tours, nature walks, birdwatching and hikes to name a few.





MacRitchie Reservoir Park – Kayak Orientation Program

Looking for a bonding activity for family and friends that is not only good for the soul but also for the body? Sign up for this kayaking course, which teaches both basic kayaking techniques and general water safety. Get ready to enjoy a paddling journey through the tranquil waters of MacRitchie Reservoir. For those who are uncomfortable or unable to kayak, don’t fret. There will be plenty of other activities like scooting, hiking and birdwatching to keep you busy, If nothing else, there’s always a picnic to enjoy.





Singapore Sports Hub

There is the option of signing up for the 3-hour Kayak Orientation Programme just like at MacRitchie Reservoir. Kids 13 and above can also enrol in the Kayak 1 Star Personal Skill Award course, where over 7 hours, they will learn the basics of the sport including the importance of water confidence. Those students who complete the course and are up for more can move on to Kayak Star 2 which help them develop a range of strokes and maneuvers.





Still need to be convinced?  Check out the Austcham 10km Challenge on 30th Sep 2017 by Singapore Dragon Boat Association at Kallang Basin/Marina Reservoir!


Browse our directory for more water sports like stand up paddling, wakeboarding, scuba diving, water polo, kitesurfing, banana boats and more!