Naypyidaw, Myanmar - It was a closing ceremony performance befitting the high energy levels that has typified the 27th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.
As the curtain dropped on what has been a marvellous spectacle
over the last 12 days in Myanmar, all eyes now turn to Singapore as the
next host of the region’s biggest multi-sport event.
On Sunday evening, the SEA Games flag was formally handed over by His
Excellency U Tint Hsan, Chairman of the Myanmar SEA Games Organising
Committee to Mr Tan Chuan-Jin, Acting Minister for Manpower and
Singapore National Olympic Council Executive Committee Member.
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JOURNAL SEA GAMES 2013-2015 - INDOSPORTS SUPPORTING MEDIA
Jan 28, 2014
Singapore Tourism Board
If your idea of a fun holiday involves getting an endorphin fix, you’re in the right place. There is a whole range of activities in Singapore that will send your pulse racing and heart thumping. Be it action-packed sports or exciting rides, here are a few of the best.
Those game for outdoor action should go for Forest Adventure, which will test your agility, strength and sense of balance. Set in the lush surrounds of Bedok Reservoir Park, the treetop course features 50 obstacles including bridges, trapezes and zip lines that send you across the beautiful waters of the reservoir.