Pirates of Singapore

On the “Pirates of Singapore Treasure Hunt” your team will meet the old and new pirates of Singapore from Captain Sao Feng to Lehman Brothers and get the chance to learn some hair-raising stories about them. The event is a great opportunity to invite beneficiaries to join your teams and share the fun. The event can be tailored to fit a variety of requirements in terms of physical activity and the topics of the challenges. It will always be a light-hearted activity that engages everyone in the different challenges, quizzes and clue solving along the way.


Teams will have a great opportunity to get to know each other better and (re-)unite as a group. As no one must be left behind on the quest, mutual consideration is strengthened. Good communication gets instantly honoured as teams will be better able to fulfil the bonus challenges when they involve everyone in the group.



Your teams will be joined by beneficiaries in the beginning and set off together once they solve the first challenge. Through clues, you have to find your way to the next location that is connected to a pirate story. Route and pace will be tailored to the fitness level of your teams and challenges along the way revolve around your chosen topic. Usually, the event closes with a joint meal to celebrate.



The “Pirates of Singapore Treasure Hunt” is a great opportunity to involve beneficiaries from all kinds of interest groups. In this format, you can include elderly, children, person with disabilities, and any other group you want to support. Taking the challenges together and solving the clues gives a lot of opportunities to get to know each other and share the “scare” of meeting the pirate characters.



The activity is light hearted and easy, so it makes a great additional offer for any charity looking for entertaining and educational outings.

For many charities, outings for their beneficiaries would be really desirable, but the tight budgets might not allow for it. So your support is a welcome add-on to diversify and expand what charities can offer to their beneficiaries.


Location: Outdoor

Timing: 2- 4 hours

Group Size: 40 - 200 pax

Outcomes: active team building, improve communication, light hearted and great fun, educational

Category: Motivation, Team Cohesion, Communication

Pirates of Singapore