31 Fun Team Bonding & Team Building Activities in Singapore
Who would have guessed that even in 2021, in-person team building would still be affected by the ongoing situation? However, now that you are looking for physical team building events in Singapore, we have some great options for both indoor and outdoor activities that follow the current guidelines and are also lots of fun!
There has never been a more important time to reintroduce face-to-face team building than right now. Some of your colleagues may have been starved of real physical interaction with each other. An in-person team building can help increase employee engagement, smooth frayed mental states, and strengthen team relationships.
Speak to us today to hear more about our in-person current team bonding and team building activities in Singapore.
We offer fun corporate team building activities in Singapore both for small groups and big ones. Choose the ones that suit the needs of your company the best!
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Indoor Team Building
Indoor Team Building is a great option if there is limited time at your event, if it’s monsoon season in Singapore, or if you want to monitor team interactions. We have 18 different activities for you to choose from.
The Big Picture
The Big Picture is a creative art jamming inspired hands-on activity which helps teams visualize their vision and work together to create a big art piece by combining individual art pieces made by each team.
Inspired by your company values, missions or conference themes. Graffiti Art workshop is unique and memorable. It provides excellent take-home messages and artworks to display in your offices.
Break those barriers that are holding you back from achieving your goals. Jambar’s breaking barriers helps people identify, acknowledge and overcome their fears and insecurities in one memorable session.
60 Seconds to Win It
Each challenge is a minute-long task in which players use everyday items in surprising and unexpected ways – stacking nuts into towers using chopsticks, fishing for keys using paperclips. All in the name of fun!
The Virus Challenge
Teams compete to save humanity from outbreaks of a deadly disease! This board-game-based team building exercise is an excellent way to get your team talking, bonding, and forging new relationships.
Bridging The Gap
Challenge your engineering abilities and your skills as a team player. Design and build a race track with materials. Then the remote control cars are brought out and teams engage in a mini-Grand Prix!
One participant unknowingly plays the part of a murderer. A cast of volunteers from the teams will use the provided scripts and props to act out the initial crime and then the game begins!
The Chain Reaction Challenge
Work together as a team build your very own topple paradise. This team building activity incorporates a twist on the creative building challenge with its multitude of tricks and obstacles and creative planning.
The Values Game
In the format of a game, gather informative knowledge on how your employees uphold the values of the company. They will be faced with various scenarios, all designed to create discussion and learning.
Change It Up
With the world switching to cashless transaction, it is almost unimaginable how our ancestors did friendly bartering. Take a trip down memory lane to 14th century Singapore to experience this unique practice.
The Domino Challenge
Teams experience that sheer excitement of building and actualising their ideas in the most creative way possible. Teams work together to line the blocks meticulously, avoiding any accidental triggers to the chain.
Escape Room: Prison Break
A special edition of an Escape Room game: you and your team are abducted by a group of masked men and thrown into an old abandoned prison. Using the clues given to you, figure out the code before it’s too late!
The Drone Challenge
As a group, you will discuss, plan and build obstacles for drones to pass through. Everyone goes through flight school to ensure safety. Then the race is on as everyone flies the drones!
The Casino Heist
The Casino Heist is a case challenge strategy game that is all about crunching numbers, solving mystery puzzles and riddles. Choose the right solution whilst being bombarded with new information!
Deadline is a strategy game where teams help a company plan the procurement, transportation and production of goods. Mastering the whole supply chain is the key to success.
The Creative Putting Challenge
This brings out the creative side in every participant. Up against a ticking clock, you and your teammates are tasked with designing a playable mini-putt hole using cool materials.
The Tailor is designed to demonstrate the principles of Scrum methodology, this helps teams understand what it means to be truly agile in a changing environment. Fun and practical at the same time.
The Fashion Show Game
A creativity fuelled exercise in which teams face off in a trivia-based Fashion Quiz to compete for materials which they use to design their outfits. Finishes with a wild and truly out-there fashion show.
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“Jambar really coordinated our event well, everything went super smooth and the team had a lot of fun. Really good event, 100% recommended.”
“We have run many events with Jambar and they are always good. In this event we were playing a digital game and moving around the city. Really Cool .”
“Great team building experience, we all had a good laugh and learned a few things about our body language! Great fun had by everyone – Thanks so much!”
“Had a wonderful experience. Jambar worked hard to make this event a success. Their team was really engaging and my boss was super happy. Will arrange again!
Outdoor Team Building
Raise your team’s game by taking them through one of our exciting outdoor team building activities. Designed to create team engagement while generating buckets of fun, your team will love our team building challenges.
Singapore Heritage Trail
Discover the hidden gems of the Lion City. Teams are given a map to challenges that are specifically designed to revolve around the local culture and classic Singapore traditions.
The Wild Goats Challenge
Experience the challenge that established Jambar’s reputation in Singapore. Fun-filled, stimulating, and occasionally ridiculous, this digital challenge is a guaranteed way to spur bonding and teamwork!
The Running Man Challenge
Brings the South Korean mega hit game show to Singapore’s shores. With collaborative challenges that put a new spin on team bonding, this activity is sure to be a hit with fans of the TV show and newcomers alike.
Are You App For the Hunt?
A technology based challenge that helps ease change management and adapt teams to innovative technologies through interesting apps. It is a perfect mix of technology, teamwork and fun.
The Amazing Race Challenge
Compete against other groups in different checkpoints, with the goal of completing all stations in the shortest amount of time possible. Expect exciting road blocks and detours while you aim to finish first!
Your team will be given a map to embark on this exciting hunt for General Miyazaki’s treasure. At each location, clues based on Singapore’s architecture, monuments and artefacts will be given and your team.
Bicycle Scavenger Hunt
Teams will cycle from one checkpoint to another. At each checkpoint, there will be an activity for the teams to complete. These activities vary from tests of one’s strength and willpower to brainteasers.
The Catapult Challenge
Ancient warfare comes to life! Teams construct functioning catapults and put them to the test in The Catapult Challenge, an exhilarating activity that challenges your engineering talents and ability to work as a group.
Cardboard Boat Challenge
Armed with limited materials, work together creatively in this wild and watery team building activity. After building your boat, gain points based on design, presentation, and functionality before the final watery race!
A mission-rich peer bonding activity with a twist: competing teams must work together to maximize their scores. Teams are spread out and each team is given a tablet on which players receive tasks and other quirky, fun-filled assignments.
Gold medal level team building plays out on Singapore’s shores with Jambar’s Beach Olympics. Enjoy an afternoon of bonding with colleagues, as you and teammates compete in a series of lighthearted activities and competitions.
The F1 Challenge
Combining a design challenge with a race, as teams craft custom cars and put them to the test. Come up with your team’s Champions Chant, then get behind the wheel, put pedal to metal, and leave your competition in the dust.
Complete puzzles and tasks, interact with your environment, and Discover Singapore – all at once – as you move from landmark to landmark in this adventurous series of team building missions and activities.
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Your questions answered when it come to how we run fantastic team buildings. FAQ.
The current situation means we can no longer do our in person team building event. Should we just cancel?
Good question. The rules are constantly changing right now and any ‘in person’ event needs to be carefully planned. If the rules suddenly change making face to face events impossible we can either swap over to a virtual event or change the date to a time in the future when we think restrictions will ease.
How long should a Team Building Event Last for the Singapore Market?
After running thousands of events we have found that for in person team building 1/2 day to 1 day seem to work best.
Where can we go for and indoor team building?
Most indoor events are held in a hotel function rooms or conference centres, we have a large number of contacts in the industry in Singapore at a range of different prices to fit your budget. Alternatively it is possible to hold an indoor team building directly in your office if there is enough space. That will depend on the type of activity chosen.
Where can we go for outdoor teambuilding?
Given the variable nature of the weather in Singapore we recommend a few different specific locations for outdoor team building. These all have a sheltered area on site. This allows us to meet, warm up the team and brief the activity in relative comfort. It also gives us a back up plan in case of inclement weather. Classic locations include Clarke Quay, RWS Sentosa and Gardens by the Bay. However we have held outdoor activities in literally every corner of Singapore so speak to us if you have a specific location in mind and we can probably make it work!
What do we need to wear and bring for team building activities and games?
Firstly if possible, dress comfortably and practically. Whether indoors or outdoors, team building often includes some type of movement or physical activity. Trainers are great for the feet, t-shirt and shorts or comfortable trousers for the rest of the body. For the ladies we advise to avoid skirts of any kind. Other typical items are useful. A jumper if you get cold in air conditioned rooms or a change of t-shirt if your event is an all day event. Mosquito spray and suntan creme if outdoors & Water for hydration. A small rucksack is also good for carrying items around.
How do we decide how many teams?
For most of our team building activities aim for 5-8 pax per team. More than that and sometimes some people don’t participant. Less than 5 per team is doesn’t allow for much bonding!
If I’m organising the event, can i join in the team building or do I need to help?
This is up to you. We typically run the whole show allowing you to join in the team building and have fun with your colleagues. This also allows you to experience the event as intended, however if you wish to watch you can and move freely around the different teams.
How many people can join a team building event at the same time?
For 95% of our clients the answer is you can bring an unlimited amount of people, the more the merrier! We have run many indoor and outdoor team building events between 500-1000pax. As the number gets bigger there are a few considerations that will affect the final design of the program, these often include the exact activity chosen, location, overall budget.
Do you warm up the crowd somehow?
We normally do spend some time with some icebreakers and warmup activities at all our events except if we have been given a very tight timeline. They 100% make a difference to the overall success of the event especially if team are randomised and people are interacting with team members they don’t know very well.
What kind of prizes do you recommend for the winning teams of the Team Building
Small gestures for the top teams are great, for example gift vouchers. However we have found if the prizes are too expensive it distracts people from having fun, to trying to win the prize and can have an adverse affect on the teams. If you have you own prizes you can bring them along and we can help to distribute to the appropriate teams.
How far in advance do i need to book team Building in Singapore?
We have and regularly do arrange an event with less than 1 week’s notice. However we run a lot of events each month and we can’t guarantee you a slot if you have a last minute event. Ideally 2 weeks notice works well for events of up to about 100 pax. If you have a larger event more time is normally required to ensure we can find the right venue.
Are you looking for an easy to arrange, amazing team building here in Singapore for your team?
Send us an enquiry now. Our existing clients tell us that one of the reasons they pick us time and time again is that we are quick to respond and listen to your needs.