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Hang ten at the best surfing spots in Singapore

Hang ten at the best surfing spots in Singapore

Due to its geographical location and lack of consistent waves, Singapore is not typically known for its surfing opportunities. The surrounding waters are relatively calm, and there are no natural surf breaks.

However, there are artificial wave pools and wave boats where people can experience simulated surfing conditions and learn to surf. These are available both indoors and outdoors.

And while there’s no traditional ocean surfing here, there are still great surfing-related spots in Singapore as well as places to learn to move on the water like a pro.


Address: 11 Northshore Dr, Marina Country Club, Singapore 828670 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6590487060

Hours: Monday to Friday, 10 AM – 7 PM; Saturday to Sunday, 8 AM – 7 PM

Price: $$


Wakemusters is one of Singapore’s wake-surfing schools. It utilises Singapore’s more controlled water environment and relies on being towed by a boat instead of natural waves.

The school’s enthusiastic team offers land-based surf skate lessons to complement your time on the waves. It aims for holistic skills improvement and offers skim and surfboards, along with skilled instructors providing real-time surfing tips.

Pro-tip: You can BYOB because the Wakemusters boats have ice boxes!

Splash N Surf

Address: Level 3 Kallang Wave Mall Near gate 21 of National Stadium, Singapore 397629 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6566538900

Hours: Daily (except Tuesdays), 9 AM – 8 PM

Price: $$


Splash N Surf is not quite indoor surfing in Singapore, as it’s right smack on top of Kallang Wave Mall. But its Stingray facility nevertheless replicates beach waves with fast-moving waters in a 1.5-hour session. 

You can also try half-pipe surfing at Stingray and learn boogie boarding and kneeboarding. Basic bodyboarding techniques are taught, with demonstrations before practising on the surfboard. 

Pro-tip: Slather on sunblock generously and re-apply regularly to keep from burning on the rooftop.

Constant Wind

Address: 11 Changi Coast Walk, Singapore 499740 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6564455108

Hours: Daily, 9.30 AM–5.45 PM

Price: $$


Constant Wind provides group and private stand-up paddle (SUP) lessons, fitness sessions, tours, and rentals for all levels, ages, and occasions. Situated on the eastern side near the airport, it has an on-site restaurant to address post-surf hunger.

The school specialises in ASI SUP Wise certificate courses for enclosed flat water and exposed waters, helping paddlers progress with confidence and safety. It can organise parties, school groups, travellers, and corporate events. 

Pro-tip: Being near the airport means catching some plane-spotting action as aircraft descend to land.

SUP Ventures

Address: 46 Siloso Bch Walk, Singapore 099005 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6591819749 

Hours: Daily, 9 AM – 5 PM

Price: $


You can discover the sensation of walking on water with stand-up paddleboarding at SUP Ventures. This low-impact sport, a blend of canoeing and surfing, challenges core strength. 

Located at Siloso Beach, the club offers tranquil lagoons for beginners to dip their toes. To master the basics, the SUP Experience comes with an instructor for just around S$50 per hour.

Pro-tip: Students will ultimately aim to paddleboard round-trip from Siloso Beach to Tanjong Beach.

Singapore Wake Park

Address: 1206A ECP, Singapore 449891 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6566364266

Hours: Daily, 10 AM – 8 PM

Price: $$


East Coast Park’s lagoon, adjacent to the hawker centre, is now a wakeboarding site nestled amidst lush greenery. 

Singapore Wake Park offers cable skiing instead of motorboat towing. It has three cable systems—beginner, intermediate, and full-sized—suitable for all ages, including children. 

The first two are operator-controlled, ensuring riders master balancing on the board (which is no easy feat!).

Pro-tip: Beach Bar & Café is nearby. It has scenic park views and offers tasty meals, drinks, and occasional live music.

Aloha Seasports Centre

Address: 1212 East Coast Parkway, E2 Area E, Car Park, Singapore 449886 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562419212

Hours: Monday to Friday, 10 AM–6 PM; Saturday to Sunday, 9 AM–6 PM

Price: $$


Aloha Sea Sports Centre provides windsurfing courses for beginners to become proficient. Located at East Coast Park, it offers ideal wind conditions for thrilling speeds on the water.

Most students start with Taster 1.0 and Taster 2.0 courses, then progress to Level 1 certification. 

The centre also offers paddle-boarding programmes. In as short as an hour, you can already learn how to launch, turn, and return safely to shore!

Pro-tip: The centre offers onsite dining, perfect for adventurous dates or outings. 

Wake Time Wakeboarding

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Address: 11 Northshore Dr, Singapore 828670 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6583337666

Hours: Daily, 7 AM – 7 PM

Price: $$


Wake Time operates from Punggol Country Club, requiring transportation to access the boat. However, the serene channel makes it worth the journey.

Its coach uses the science behind wakeboarding to allow individuals of varying ages, body types, and fitness levels to succeed. The centre’s boat creates excellent wakes for wakeboarding, with instructors even utilising two-way radios for clear coaching!

Pro-tip: Bring a towel and a change of clothes. Public showers are available in the changing rooms.


Address: 10A Exeter Rd, Singapore 239958 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6583990484

Hours: Daily, 8 AM – 11 PM

Price: $$


Chasing the board sports trifecta—surfing, skateboarding, and snowboarding—is tough. But now, thrill-seekers can experience all three without leaving town via Trifecta.

Trifecta aims to bring the Bali surfing experience closer to home. It offers an indoor surfing simulator with water columns up to 1.5 metres high, perfect for riding waves and showing off fancy moves. 

Pro-tip: The venue is comfortably cool, but wear light clothes to enjoy the activities without perspiring.

Wake Pirates

Address: 43 Admiralty Rd W, Singapore 759962 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6598457452

Hours: Daily, 7 AM – 6 PM

Price: $$


With top-notch equipment and boats, Wake Pirates aims to cover all your wakeboarding needs. Sessions are customised to each participant’s experience level with a Skill Enhancement Guarantee even for novices. 

The company provides all the necessary equipment. So just come dressed for water, bring drinks, and apply sunscreen, and they’ll take care of the rest.

Pro-tip: Structured coaching can help students stand up on the board on the first try.

Dreamwake Academy

Address: 11 Northshore Drive, Pier, #5 Marina Country Club, Singapore 828670 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6586123321

Hours: Tuesday to Wednesday and Friday, 9 AM–7 PM; Thursdays, 9 AM–1 PM; Saturday to Sunday, 7 AM–7 PM

Price: $$


Dream Wake Academy offers top-of-the-range boats for wake surfing. Its team boasts a choice of wake surf instructors, including Head Instructor Oliver, an international competitive wake surf professional!

The Dream Wake coaches are known for their patience and personalised teaching. They use a speaker system to provide instructions and facilitate rapid skill advancement minute by minute. 

Pro-tip: The coach diligently corrects the technique and posture of all students. Meet them here.

Astern Wave

Address: 10 Tuas West Dr, Singapore 638404 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6596312223

Hours: Wednesday to Sunday, 9 AM–7 PM

Price: $$


Astern Wave promotes “wave-life balance” (cute!) with pride in The Centurion Fi23, a boat designed specifically for wake surfing. It’s a sophisticated vessel for wakeboarders to have a luxurious experience as it casts precision waves.

The company employs experienced wake surfing instructors to give personalised directions to every client. This ensures that even beginners will be up and surfing in no time. 

Pro-tip: Sunrise surf lessons are available for early birds.


Address: 11 Northshore Drive Marina Country Club, Singapore 828670 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6591895957

Hours: Daily, 7 AM – 7 PM

Price: $$$


Ryders Singapore aims to make wakeboarding a lifestyle. Whether you’re a beginner or experienced, its dedicated team offers tailored sessions for everyone’s enjoyment. 

Participants receive sharp analysis and clear improvement strategies for their next attempt. The team of instructors are all professional wakeboarders who complement the high-tech equipment you can expect from sessions. 

Pro-tip: You can request a particular playlist on the boat to get you in a wakeboarding mood.
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