Our kayak expeditions are designed for those who are looking for more than a bit of adventure. We organized this once or twice a year to remote places that has never been paddled before or have immense natural scenery. Paddling with your own power to explore these remote places gives you the feeling of what it’s like to see the world for the first time. Basically, you are cut off from the world and you are on the sea a lot.

Such expeditions requires you to be curious, love the sea, have moderate kayaking skills, moderate fitness, and ability to do multi-days wilderness camping (without toilets). Daily paddling distances average 20-25km. Food (mainly freeze dried rations) and water are also carried from Day 1. Finding comfort in camping helps!

Kayakers are congenial and the expedition team is always small, so the most valued contribution is your positivity!

Contact us at fullmoon@kayakasia.org if you want to know what expeditions are being planned.

Family & Kids Kayaking

Multi-day kayaking trips are great family bonding time. The kids are occupied in the outdoors the whole day while the parents get time off to soak in nature. Together in a kayak, there are lots of challenges and learning for both parent and kid.

Our Family kayak trips are uniquely designed to take advantage of kayak travel in beautiful locations, for families to experience outdoor adventure together. Such trips are paced appropriately with additional safety measures – and even day care – so that everyone can enjoy nature at their own pace.

Suitable locations for Family & Kids Kayaking include Lake Toba, Bohol, Krabi, etc. Please contact ling@kayakasia.org to find out more.

Schools & Corporate

We often design leadership programs for schools, outdoor club trips, and team building sessions for companies; collaborating to tailor a kayak trip that suits their needs and budget.

Our NYAA/Duke of Edinburg Award Silver and Gold expeditions exposed students to wilderness camping in a self-supporting setting. Some of our trips are successful IB programs (International Baccalaureate) regularly praised by students. Our multi-day leadership expeditions requires participants to problem solve and act as a team in an ever changing expedition setting. Then again, some recreational clubs just want a chillax trip, and that’s OK, too! Contact ling@kayakasia.org  to find out more.

Some of our clients: Ministry of National Development, People’s Association, Singapore Canoe Federation (affiliate), Nanyang Technological University, Loola Adventure Resort, National Parks Board, RISIS Singapore, Republic Polytechnic, Raffles Junior College Outdoor Education Center, School of the Arts, St. Joseph Institution , St. Joseph Institution International, French School Singapore, Australia School of Singapore, Nanyang Girl’s School, Gan Eng Seng Secondary School, United World College (SEA), Tanglin Trust School, etc.

Courses & Workshops

Our Philippines center can conduct kayak certification courses equivalent to British Canoe Union (BCU) standards. Please contact rey@kayakasia.org to find out more.

We also run an 5-8 days Sea Kayak Guiding Workshop (SKGC) covering essential skills and knowledge for sea kayak guiding (Rescue, Skills, Seamanship, Guide Leadership trainings, Conduct of 4 types of kayak expeditions, etc). For more info about this workshop, please contact fullmoon@kayakasia.org

Equipment Rental

We are sometimes contacted by adventurers and seasoned kayakers for their private trips in southeast asia, either guided or unguided. We have all types of gear (including kayaks) to rent out for your own kayak adventures in this region. Such unguided trips are only possible if you can pick up your gear from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, or Philippines. Singapore is a great hub to start your trip in this region!

Anyway, contact us if you want to go somewhere not listed here! There are many more places that we paddle but not publicising.