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G-MAX Reverse Bungy
Ranked #132 of 864 things to do in Singapore
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Owner description: Bungee jump in the reverse direction and soar into the city’s skyline with a thrilling surge of pure adrenaline.
Reviewed June 6, 2013

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.

1  Thank bossladyPerth
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Reviewed May 31, 2013

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.

Thank fsenada
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Reviewed April 22, 2013

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.

Thank skwatr
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Reviewed April 9, 2013

It costs $45 for about 5 minute ride. It's definitely pricey. The ride itself is thrilling & scary. Of course it differs from person to person. I personally had to close my eyes for a couple of seconds when I was like " facing the ground". I was lucky enough to sit at the extreme right as there is a bar to hold on to for your dear life. Pls note only 3 people can sit at any one time. There is a bar for the ones sitting only at the right or left. The centre seat has no such bar so it's kinda scary when you have nothing to hold on to.

It's a great ride but too pricey. Safety wise, the guys will make sure you are not nervous before they start the ride. That's a plus point.

Pls note there will be a video recording all the audio/video from the start till the end. To purchase the video, it'll be S$20.00. It'll be given in a form of a USB wrist band.

You have to remove hair clips and shoes before riding. There will be a medium size container to place your bags. No lock but it's safe as it's away from the public eye. Also pockets have to be emptied out.

Girls, pls avoid wearing a dress or mini skirt due to the safety belts at the centre of your legs.

2  Thank angelic8
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Reviewed March 20, 2013

The ride lasts for less than a minute (less than 10 minutes if you include preparations and the part where the bring you down) and it will cost you SGD$45. Enjoyed the ride though!

Tip for the Girls: If you're planning to go here, avoid wearing a dress. I was wearing one when I rode it. The straps go in between the legs and connects to straps over the shoulders. Fortunately, no wardrobe malfunction happened to me but best to be prepared!

2  Thank LJDS27
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