Lifestyle, Things to Do • November 6, 2019November 6, 2019 • aj hackettSentosasingaporespcaUFC 10 Things to do After a Breakup Breakups are tragic, but rather than mope at home, keep yourself occupied! Here are 10 things you can do post-breakup alone without getting judged. And if you ever feel sad, remember: this might be the last time in your life that you’ll be single. So enjoy singlehood while it lasts! 1. Smash it out at The Fragment Room Source: The Fragment Room | Facebook So you have a lot of pent up anger from your previous relationship and want to break things — do it at The Fragment Room, Singapore’s first rage room. For $38, you get a crate of breakables (plates, television sets, anything!), a baseball bat and 30 minutes of smashing good time. A helmet, coveralls and cut-proof gloves provided as well. You may bring your own items as well, but that will cost another $15. Location: 490 MacPherson Road Opening hours: 12pm-10pm Facebook | Website | Instagram 2. Dine in the dark at NOX Dine in the Dark NOX | Facebook Eating alone may be one of the things you have to deal with after a breakup. While that’s perfectly fine, what’s worse is witnessing a couple at the opposite table feeding each other. You don’t have to deal with that at NOX. Dine in a pitch-black dining room and be prepared for a surprise. At $88++, you get a mystery set menu consisting of 12 unique dishes that spans over three courses, all prepared by Chef Shahrom and team. Cocktails available as well. You will be accompanied by a guide at all times. Make a reservation here. Location: 269 Beach Road Singapore Opening hours: 6pm till late Facebook | Website | Instagram 3. Scream your lungs out at AJ Hackett Source: AJ Hackett | Facebook There’s no better time to get an adrenaline rush than now with AJ Hackett at Sentosa. Bungee jump 50m down, swing 40m above ground at 120km/h or simply walk across a sky bridge to confront your fear of heights. Tickets cost $159, $69 and $10 respectively. Purchase of a bungee jump or swing ticket gives you complimentary access to the skybridge. So we say just go for it! Location: 30 Siloso Beach Walk Opening hours: 11am-7pm Facebook | Website | Instagram 4. Get a bull’s eye at Axe Factor Throwing Range Source: Axe Factor | Facebook Vent your frustrations and heartbreak by hurling axes onto a target board 14 feet away. Introducing Axe Factor, Singapore’s first indoor axe throwing range. Think darts, but bigger and better. Tickets at $30/pax for an hour. Make a reservation before going down here Location: 200 Turf Club Rd, The Grandstand Opening hours: 12pm-10pm (Mon-Thurs), 12pm-1am (Fri), 10am-1am (Sat), 10am-10pm (Sun) Facebook | Website | Instagram 5. Express yourself through art jamming sessions at Arteastiq Source: Arteastiq | Facebook Express your emotions through art, but don’t do it alone. Instead, join an Art Jam class at Arteastiq. At $48 per session, get a 50x50cm or 60x80cm canvas, brushes, acrylic paints and sponges. Each session is three hours long and comes with a complimentary drink. You even get to do a little presentation on your finished masterpiece! Location: Mandarin Gallery & Plaza Singapura Opening hours: 11am-2pm, 2.30pm-5.30pm, 6pm-9pm Facebook | Website | Instagram 6. Break into a sweat at UFC Singapore Source: UFC Singapore Need a punching bag? There are plenty at UFC Gym Singapore. This boxing and training gym offers a slew of classes, from Muay Thai to Brazilian Jujitsu. If you’re new, sign up for the Boxing Skills and Techniques class. They also have other types of programmes available, such as TRX and regular gym training. Find out more about their rates and packages here. Location: 1 Raffles Link, CityLink Mall Opening hours: 7am-11pm Facebook | Website | Instagram 7. Sing solo at Karaoke Booths Source: Power K Why book an entire karaoke room when you can just book a booth? Check out Power K, the latest self-serviced karaoke booth to hit town. Pick from a myriad of songs and artistes, and choose from either $2 a track or $24 for 90 minutes (unlimited songs). Now you can belt out that heartbreak song you’ve always been wanting to. Location: Scattered around shopping malls and hubs Opening hours: Subject to mall’s operating hours Facebook | Website | Instagram 8. Undergo hypnosis by Lee McKing Source: Lee McKing | Facebook Hypnotherapy sounds scary, but it really isn’t what people think. Instead, it looks into your unconscious mind to resolve emotional issues. You don’t have to go through trauma to undergo hypnosis as well — tons of people go to solve problems like bad habits and procrastination too, according to Lee McKing, founder of Lee McKing Hypnotherapy. Location: 410 North Bridge Rd Facebook | Website | Instagram 9. Float at Palm Avenue Float Club Source: Palm Avenue Float Club | Facebook Relieve stress and gain mental clarity at Palm Avenue Float Club. Here, you lie in a dark water pod filled with Epsom salt and float for an hour. Music will play for the first ten minutes to ease you in; how you feel subsequently is unique to your mind and body, but expect to enter a deep meditative state. Tickets are $60 for a 60 min float and $90 for a 90 min float. Location: 66 Kampong Bugis, Level 5 Opening hours: 10am-9.30pm Facebook | Website | Instagram 10. Volunteer at an animal shelter Source: SPCA | Facebook Don’t let all that love in your heart go to waste — give it to animals instead. The SPCA is home to lots of stray animals and always in need of volunteers. If not at the shelter, they require help for other roles as well, such as telephone front line manning and helping out at events. A tiny act goes a long way! Find out more about their volunteer opportunities here. Location: 50 Sungei Tengah Road Opening hours: 11am-4pm Facebook | Website | Instagram CLARA TANI like to lift heavy things, eat to my heart's content and lie under the sun.