A woman catches a fish during a trip with Kayak Fishing Fever in Singapore. With international tourism on hold, the Singaporean government is encouraging residents to explore different sides of the city state. Photo: Kayak Fishing Fever A woman catches a fish during a trip with Kayak Fishing Fever in Singapore. With international tourism on hold, the Singaporean government is encouraging residents to explore different sides of the city state. Photo: Kayak Fishing Fever
A woman catches a fish during a trip with Kayak Fishing Fever in Singapore. With international tourism on hold, the Singaporean government is encouraging residents to explore different sides of the city state. Photo: Kayak Fishing Fever
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Adventure travel in Singapore: how to explore the city state’s wild side and connect with nature

  • Experiences ranging from bushcraft to cookouts to kayak fishing reveal the Lion City has more to it than soaring skyscrapers and a bustling cityscape
  • In July, a US$32 million domestic tourism campaign was launched to encourage Singaporeans to discover the city’s very different sides

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A woman catches a fish during a trip with Kayak Fishing Fever in Singapore. With international tourism on hold, the Singaporean government is encouraging residents to explore different sides of the city state. Photo: Kayak Fishing Fever A woman catches a fish during a trip with Kayak Fishing Fever in Singapore. With international tourism on hold, the Singaporean government is encouraging residents to explore different sides of the city state. Photo: Kayak Fishing Fever
A woman catches a fish during a trip with Kayak Fishing Fever in Singapore. With international tourism on hold, the Singaporean government is encouraging residents to explore different sides of the city state. Photo: Kayak Fishing Fever
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