Not only is flying a kite easy, but it’s also an activity that both adults and kids will really enjoy!
Sun's out, fun's out!Scratching your head over outdoor activities this weekend?How about flying a kite? Both young and old would love and enjoy it equally!Read more to discover 8 scenic spots to do so!
Whether you are new to kite flying or already experienced, Marina Barrage remains the number one spot in Singapore.Not only is it centrally located, but the space is wide and open and gets all the wind coming off the coast – it's literally heaven for kite enthusiasts!Head over to Marina Barrage for a flying good time.The best part?It's also a great place to chill and maybe have a picnic with your family and friends!Just bear in mind that its popularity means it can get quite packed on the weekends.
Ah, good old ECP is a great spot for many fun and sporty activities – swiming, cycling, day camping and also kite flying! An ideal location would be right by the coastline, as you'll get all the wind needed to get your kite flying higher! Check out areas C and D with its long sand stretches and unobstructed air, which make them perfect for kite flying.
Have you ever heard of kite dancing? If not, head over to Punggol Waterway Park to watch kite flyers perform synchronized kite flying – you won’t be disappointed! The park has many open areas to fly your kite, but it’s also a great location for family time. You’ll be able to enjoy the water and sand play areas. What more do you need for a good time?
If you're looking for options other than East Coast Park, its sister in the west is also a great spot to fly a kite. Just like ECP, you can cycle, day camp, picnic, run and definitely head over the Great Lawn to fly your kite. The space is wide and open and right by the beach and therefore gets all the wind you need to fly a kite. Our little advice is to head there late in the afternoon or in the evening and you’ll get the best experience!
If you love vast parks with scenic views, Bishan-Ang Mo Kio park is the ideal location for a fun afternoon.The park features spacious areas like the Grand Lawn 1 which is great for kite flying.Additionally, if you are a flora and fauna enthusiast, this park is perfect for you!
Photo credits: JustRunLah!West side, best side?Conveniently located near Boon Lay MRT, Jurong Central Park is a picturesque park featuring two life-sized board games: Ludo and Snakes & Ladders!Bring your little ones here for a while of a time attempting these two board games come to life, and fly a kite or two while you're at it.
This 15 hectare seaside park will be sure to provide you a strong sea breeze that is perfect for your kite flying experiencePro-tip: You can head on over to the hot spring park after to soak your tired legs after a fantastic kite flying session!
Photo credit: KlookHave some time to spare this weekend? Hop onto a ferry at Marina South Pier and make your way over to St John's Island. Due to its open and unblocked land, it can get super windy which makes it ideal for you to fly a kite..Pro-tip: Remember to pack sunblock and mosquito/insect repellent before you head off!
Now that you know where to fly your kite this weekend, get our selection of kites and start flying now! What are you waiting for?