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WHAT IS INDOOR AXE THROWING? - Indoor axe throwing is the new sport in town! It is both a recreation and competitive sport where there are score points based on where you stick the axe in the target board. Think darts, but bigger and better! IS AXE THROWING SAFE? - Absolutely! Safety is our top priority here in Axe Factor, and we take any breach of safety seriously. We have specific set of rules and regulations for throwers to adhere to and have trained “Axe-pert” guiding you and your group while ensuring that the safety protocols are adhered to. We also have months of discussion with various organizations to set up the safety framework we have here. So, have a peace of mind and concentrate on the target! IS IT HARD TO THROW AN AXE? - No. It is more about the technique than strength. Once you stick your first bullseye, you will be hooked! HOW DOES IT WORK? - You can either throw alone or come with a group of friends (Of course it’s always better with friends!).
Taking safety measures
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
Gear/equipment sanitized between use
Part-go kart, part-toboggan (a type of sled), this unique ride will have you racing down a purpose-built track with the wind in your hair and the thrill of gravity's pull. Invented in New Zealand over 27 years ago, Skyline Luge involves a type of three-wheel sled, where riders can control their descent by pulling or pushing handlebars to brake or accelerate. Sentosa's the only place in all of Asia for a ride on the Luge, with a 1.2km-track for you to enjoy with loved ones. You also get the chance to hop on the Sentosa Skyride for an open-cabin trip to the top of the tracks, where you'll enjoy scenic, bird's eye views of the city skyline, Sentosa Island, and the South China Sea!
Luge • Children must be at least aged 6+ and 110cm tall to ride the Luge alone • Children under 110cm tall or below age 6 who can walk unassisted can ride the Luge in tandem with an adult by purchasing the Child Doubling ticket • Children who do not meet the specified height requirements can ride the Luge with an adult by purchasing the Child Doubling ticket on the spot (SGD3 per Luge ride) • Guests who are pregnant, suffering from back and neck problems, heart problems, and epileptic fits are advised not to take the luge • The last Luge ride is at approximately 9:20pm each night (this may change depending on weather conditions) Skyride • Children must be at least 135cm in height to be able to ride on the Skyride alone. Children must be at least 85cm in height to be able to ride on the Skyride with an adult
Taking safety measures
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
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- Boat Quay
- Flight Experience Singapore
- Singapore Discovery Centre (SDC)
- Ode to Art
- Singapore Art Museum (SAM)
- Skyline Luge Sentosa
- Tiger Brewery
- Tekka Center
- Resorts World Sentosa
- Cavenagh Bridge
- St. John’s Island
- S.E.A. Aquarium
- Marina Barrage
- Singapore Flyer
- Little India
- Palawan Beach (Pulau Palawan)
- Ubin Island (Pulau Ubin)
- MegaBounce Singapore
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