SKI 360 - Cable Ski Park

Attraction 1206A East Coast Parkway Singapore 449891 Published on: 13-11-2015

2 hours
10:00 AM - 07:00 PM
12:00 PM
02:00 PM
First-time visit Second-time visit
Attraction
Outdoor
Sport
Kids
25.25 USD

SKI 360 - Cable Ski Park is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids No
Good for senior Senior No
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
No matter how old you are, you are bound to have fun at SKI360, Singapores first Cable Ski Park. With water sports such as wakeboarding, surfing and water skiing, this recreational space will let you take part or just watch these exciting adventure activities.

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Why SKI 360 - Cable Ski Park is special ?

SKI360° is the first Cable-Ski Park developed and professionally managed by TT Leisure Pte Ltd with a paid-up capital of $500,000 and a staff strength of more than 20 staff working for us. It is conveniently located at East Coast Park, one of the most popular beach in Singapore.

Source: http://www.ski360degree.com/

What to explore at SKI 360 - Cable Ski Park?

Cable-Skiing or Cable Wakeboarding is basically water skiing or wakeboarding using the pull of a cable system that goes continuously around the lagoon. At any one time, we can have up to 8 riders on the water simultaneously. However, thats not all... come down and witness some of our regulars catch some massive hangtime as they get boosted in the air throwing down some sick tricks around the corners. We have also a large variety of different obstacles such as kickers, funbox, tabletop, wallrides for riders to hit as well.
 
Our full service Pro Shop can also serve up all your wakeboarding needs from top to toe. But don't worry, if you are new to the sport, we'll set you up with all the gear you need to start you riding on the water. All you need to bring is some sun block, boardshorts and a big smile! And don't worry, our experienced instructors will be on hand to give you some pointers so you can be up and about on the water in no time!
 
So whether you are young or old.... or you just wanna cruise around the lagoon on a kneeboard or catch some BIG AIR on a wakeboard... or maybe sit back, relax and have a cuppa or a cold one.... then come on over to SKI360! Afterall, we're only 10 minutes from the city and we're even open at night!

How to get to SKI 360 - Cable Ski Park?

SKI 360  is located between the East Coast Seafood Centre and the East Coast Food Court
- By Bus :
    401* from Bedok Interchange (Only operates on Saturdays & Sundays)
    Bus 197 from Bedok Interchange and alight when you see laguna park condominium alight and walk through     underpass.

- By Car :
    Via ECP, Exit 7A
    Car Park : Paid parking at E1 & E2, Free parking at D5

Selling points

  • Definitely worth it!!
  • Good service and nice environment backdrop
  • Good service and nice environment backdrop
  • A great day out
  • Good facility, nice staff
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Duration
2.0 days
Estimated
115.19 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
10 places

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1206A East Coast Parkway Singapore 449891

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Tips for you

  • It takes about an hour or more from the city on bus and train and taxi is from 30min up to 45min. The cost of a bus and train journey is about SGD 3 dollars in total.
    Transportation
  • The toilet is not in good condition so don't forget to bring tissues along.
    Equipment
  • OPENING HOURS Mon, Tues & Thu: 10am – 7pm. Wed & Fri: 12pm – 9pm. Sat & Sun: 9am – 10pm. Eve of Public Holidays (if falls on Mon, Tues, Thu): 10am – 10pm. Eve of Public Holidays (if falls on Wed & Fri): 12pm – 10pm. Eve of Public Holidays (if falls on Sat, Sun or Public Holiday itself): 9am – 10pm Public Holidays: 9am – 7pm
    Timming
  • Make sure you book a taxi for it can be difficult to find a taxi.
    Other
  • Next to the cable is the east coast see food perk and on the other side is a food hawker right next to the beach.
    Things nearby
  • ADMISSION FEE Weekdays 1 Hour - $38. 2 Hours - $48. 4 Hours - $64. 8 Hours - $115. 1 Round/Tryout* -$10. Subsequent Hour - $16 (Only applicable upon purchase of 2 hours pass and above) Weekends/PH 1 Hour - $50 2 Hours - $64 1 Round/Tryout* - $12 Subsequent Hour - $22 (Only applicable upon purchase of 2 hours pass and above)
    Ticket and Pricing

Reviews

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Cable ski...

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Food and Drinks are just over priced. But cable ski-ing is fun!

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Definite no-go if you want to learn wakeboarding. No help, low service, wrecked equipment. Much better to rent a boat at Punggol instead!

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Water ski galore. It's best to come on a weekday. Avoid coming on weekends and especially public holidays. Way too packed. Unless you're here to just watch the people skiing.

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Great place. You will definitely have fun there. But I would not recommend it for beginners. It's physically demanding and if you don't know what you should do you will end up falling.

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Coming over from NZ the cable park was on the top of the "to do" list and it didnt disappoint.It was only a $12sgd ride from the city and took about 20 minutes.If you are wanting to learn how to wakeboard then this is not ideal as it is difficult to get started unless you are quite experienced, however there are other options available like skis and kneeboards if thats what you prefer. There were alot of kids there when we went who looked like they were loving it!!!You would need to be a confident swimmer and quite fit cause if u fall off on the other side of the park you need to swim to the side and walk back around to start again.All in all we had a blast and thoroughly enjoyed our time spent at the park. If we are lucky enough to come back again this will be a first stop and we will be recommending it to friends and family back home.If you are experienced in water sports, dont let the previous reviews stop you from giving it a go!! We wish we had one of these at home.

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The staff are dismissive / unknowledgeable and the rental boards are crap. The obstacles are rough around the edges and the walk back is long if you fall into the water. No pick up service? Garbage floating around the edges of the water. Make sure you book a taxi back as I waited an hour for a passing taxi. The shower/changing rooms stink of urine.

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This is a good cable ski facility in terms of the ride and the obstacles and really enjoyable for anyone who needs a bit of watersport action. The action of the cable pull is quite forgiving on the turns - making it a lot easier on beginners. The obstacles are well placed and varied. I especially liked the multi-angled iceberg.What I didn't like is that you are limited to the board/skis that you rent. In other parks I've been to you pay for the hour but are free to change between wakeboard, skiis and kneeboard.What really lets this place down is a) the staff and b) the overall cleanliness.The staff at the cashier counter were OK and competent enough. But the rest of the staff involved in the operation were unbelievable rude and clearly were only really interested in playing on their phones and smoking as many cigarettes as possible. I noticed that there were a few beginners at the park - unfortunately the staff offered no assistance to them at all, which is not my experience at every other ski park Ive been to.There's quite a bit of garbage in the water - especially around the edges. It's not very nice pushing plastic bottles out of the way to get out of the water.The toilets are, quite frankly, disgusting! You'll have to put up with a fair degree of stench during your after ski shower.So in summary, the watersport experience is good - but this place needs a bit of a shake up and clean up to bring it on par with the usual standards of Singapore facilities.

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Coming over from NZ the cable park was on the top of the "to do" list and it didnt disappoint. It was only a $12sgd ride from the city and took about 20 minutes. If you are wanting to learn how to wakeboard then this is not ideal as it is difficult to get started unless you are quite experienced, however there are other options available like skis and kneeboards if thats what you prefer. There were alot of kids there when we went who looked like they were loving it!!! You would need to be a confident swimmer and quite fit cause if u fall off on the other side of the park you need to swim to the side and walk back around to start again. All in all we had a blast and thoroughly enjoyed our time spent at the park. If we are lucky enough to come back again this will be a first stop and we will be recommending it to friends and family back home. If you are experienced in water sports, dont let the previous reviews stop you from giving it a go!! We wish we had one of these at home.

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Food and Drinks are just over priced. But cable ski-ing is fun!

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