1. Ola Beach Club, Singapore
This is our regular stand up paddling place. Ola Beach Club has really awesome vibe. They serve Hawaiian-inspired cuisine, beers and cocktails. There is also an indoor pool for guests. Shower facilities is available for you to wash up afterwards. There’s also an XL size board for you to have fun with your friends!
Price: SGD$35 per hour for board rental
Beginner course: SGD$90/person/2 hours
Location: Siloso Beach, Sentosa
Operating Hour: 10am – 6pm daily
Phone: +65 6265 5966
2. The Wild Swells, Singapore
The Wild Swells organise day trips, sunset paddle and eco-friendly sessions for you and your friends to explore the Southern Islands of Singapore on a stand-up paddle board.The Southern Islands comprise Lazarus Island, St John Island, Kusu Island, and Sisters’ Island. This cluster of islands offers idyllic scenery for an enjoyable paddle session with blue seas and lush greenery as the backdrop.
You will be able to enjoy a 10-minute boat ride from Sentosa to arrive at Lazarus Island. Ice box will be provided so you can bring your own drinks, ice, snacks so you can enjoy them after the paddle session by the beach!
Watch our video with The Wild Swells here.
Price including boat ride, board rental, and a guide.
Day Trip (1-2 persons): SGD$100/pax for 2.5 hours
Location: ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove, Singapore <> Lazarus Island
Operating Hour: by booking
3. The Coastal Paddle, Johor
Starting off in a Malay Village was already a fun experience by itself. It would be better if you drive here as it is not easily accessible by public transport. We were escorted by a guide throughout the 3 hours paddling through the mangrove.
Price: SGD$60 for 3 hours
Location: Kim Kim River & Pulau Nenas, Johor Bharu
Operating Hour: by booking (10am-1pm / 3pm-6pm)
4. Cat Ba Island, Hanoi
This is a must-do in Hanoi! If you are looking for some off-beaten track, come to Cat Ba Island, rent a scooter and enjoy the splendors of Lan Ha Bay while stand up paddle boarding! You get to enjoy the stunning karst archipelago going into hidden lagoons, limestone caves, through archways, and past floating villages.
Price: $830,000 VND for full day tour (approx. SGD$50)
Location: No: 210 – 1/4 Str, Group 17th Cat Ba Island,Cat Hai District, Hai Phong City, Vietnam
Phone: (0225) 368 8450
5. St Kilda West Beach, Melbourne
Price: AUD30 for 30 mins (approx. SGD$31)
Location: They operate via a Stand Up Paddle Boarding Van (not a shop) which is parked right on the water’s edge, on Pier Road, St Kilda West Beach (located 150 metres on the right hand side of the St Kilda Pier), near the Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron. Look out for a white and orange stand up paddle van and black trailer, blue paddle boards, an orange tent and flags on the beach. Booking required.
Phone: 0416 184 994
6. Hakata Bay, Nagatare Kaisuiyokujo beach, Fukuoka
Watch out for blue giant jelly fishes! We spotted more than 30 giant jelly fishes while we paddles there. We asked the shop owner afterwards and found out that they are not poisonous and they do not sting. Phew…
The friendly Japanese who took the photos of us launching into the sea. That was a horseshoe crab!Price: ¥500/30 min (approx. SGD$15)
Location: Kaoi Surf 1-11-8 Imajuku-ekimae, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka.
Located a mere five minute walk from Imajuku subway station.