Attraction Clarke Quay 3E River Valley Road, Singapore 179024, Singapore Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why G-MAX Reverse Bungy is special ?
The G-MAX Reverse Bungy is Singapore's first bungy ride and works just like the popular game Angry Birds, except you're the human slingshot. It is as its name suggests - bungy-jumping but in the reverse direction. Built and created in New Zealand, the ride is probably not for the faint-hearted, or weak-stomached. Once on it, riders get catapulted up to 60 meters in the air, hitting speeds of up to 200 kilometers per hour and experiencing G Forces similar to those experienced by astronauts in a rocket launch.
What to explore at G-MAX Reverse Bungy?
The G-MAX Reverse Bungy offers an adrenalin rush at the highest levels, up to three people can be seated in an open-air capsule that will be catapulted to 60 meters in the air at a speed of 200km/hr. Prepare to be strapped into padded chairs inside a metal cage and propelled skyward to a height of 60m at speeds of up to 200km/h before being pulled back down by gravity. Though the ride offers spectacular views to those who can keep their eyes open.
- Crazy experience
- Thrilling fun
- Hillarious attraction at extreme swing
- Awesome and scary
- Great ride at Clarke Quay
Clarke Quay 3E River Valley Road, Singapore 179024, Singapore
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Swing feels more fun to me. And remember to enjoy the sights at the top first before pushing the lever! :)
Wheeeeee! Go day or night for a thrill.
I love it !!!!
Awesome! Will try get the girls to do it again tonite :D
my son and niece went on this ride at night. they loved it, scared them to death, but that was the idea. they got the video on a usb wristband for $20. worth every cent.terrifying just to watch.
Something new to tryout at Clarke Quay. A reverse bungy, which you can experience the gravitational force which a heart-stopping feeling. A good way of viewing Singapore from the height that the bungy as it goes up in the sky. Those having heart problem should be refrained from going for this ride.
Right in the middle of clark quay, you will notice people getting thrown up in the air, that’s G Max bungy area. As per CNN travel, this is Asia’s fourth highest bungy. I did something similar in Ocean City, MD, USA, however, the one in Singapore felt safer and the quality was better. I don’t mind spending extra $$ for safety. We did two jumps because if you do one, the second one is on a discounted cost. Do go for it if you’re a thrill seeker.
my son and niece went on this ride at night. they loved it, scared them to death, but that was the idea. they got the video on a usb wristband for $20. worth every cent. terrifying just to watch. Visited June 2013
In the spirit of adventure, I went on the MAX Combo, that included both the G-MAX Reverse Bungee and G-5 Extreme Swing. Since Azira has already described her experience with G-MAX, I'll just let you in on G-5. We got into a 5-seater capsule that was pulled perpendicular to the ground. We were all facing downwards - before the capsule wais released like a giant pendulum. We went through a quick period of free-fall. It continued with extreme swinging over the Singapore River. Passer-bys found my girlriends' screams hilarious. Unlike the G-MAX, G-5 was rather boring and didn't give me much of an adrenaline rush. If you plan to go for the combo, get your adrenaline rush with the reverse bungee first. So in other words, you basically pay a bomb for these people to throw you up and down and swing you in the air over the Singapore River. Safety is heavily emphasized, so as long you listen to what their instructions, don't be too frazzled.