Amazing Race

The PulseActiv Amazing Race

 

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Programme Highlights

  • Flagship Team Building Activity (Most Popular Event)
  • Select From 4 Different Travel Modes – Taxi, Bus, MRT or Foot!
  • Indoor & Outdoor Options
  • Intriguing Clues & Exhilarating Challenges
  • Fast Passes & Detour Features
  • Choose Your Intensity: Low, Medium, High

Programme Specifications

  • Outdoors
  • Group Size: 15 – 500
  • Duration: 2 – 5 Hours
  • Location: Sentosa, Pulau Ubin, City, Island-Wide
  • Pricing Starts From: $45/pax
  • Core Values Targeted: Teamwork, Leadership, Communication, Collective Decision Making, Role Alignment, Conflict Resolution, Time Management, Innovation

Programme Overview

PulseActiv’s ever popular Amazing Race aims to deliver the same excitement & adrenaline-pumping action as the popular TV series… only bigger and better! In a great activity for teamwork and bonding, participants will navigate in teams through a series of stations, constantly challenged by confusing hints, unexpected plot-twisters and feisty game masters. Combined team effort is needed to succeed, and participants will receive clues that will reveal the final location of the treasure chest when they complete the station challenges together. In this winner takes all race, the team that works best together to unlock the treasure chest first will be crowned the Grand Champion! Our Amazing Race therefore cultivates the spirit of teamwork and foster camaraderie among group members. But don’t worry if we’ve made it sound a little scary… because your Amazing Race can be customized to the needs of your unique group!

Amazing Race Games

We have over 30 exciting games for you to choose from to tailor your very own unique Amazing Race experience, and here are just some examples –

Ready To Put Your Team Through The #1 Amazing Race in Singapore? Talk To Us!

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