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G-Max Reverse Bungy

3E River Valley Rd, Singapore 179024

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About G-Max Reverse Bungy

An adrenaline-filled ride in the heart of Singapore.

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Buddha Tooth Relic Temple1.05km from G-Max Reverse Bungy

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What visitors say about G-Max Reverse Bungy

Nirmal Toms
Nirmal Toms
Oct 2012

Located right beside The Bungy Bar Bar in Clarke Quay, this attraction boasts more than a million riders and a 100 per cent safety record. The G-Max reaches 60m at a top speed of 100kph, while the GX-5 falls from 50m, reaching more than 120kph. If this is not for you, watch from afar for a surrogate thrill. Both will set you back by $45 SGD ($32 USD) each or $35 SGD for students with valid identification.

Slightly pricey, but definitely worth going once. It's the anticipation of being catapulted upwards which is the scary part. The rest is super fun. And the view from the top is amazing. Would definitely recommend it!