DUNE BASH­ING

Food and Travel (Singapore) - - Special Feature -

Imag­ine rid­ing on a roller coaster on sand – driv­ing up sand dunes, and crest­ing along the edge be­fore bar­rel­ing down again – this ac­tion-packed desert ac­tiv­ity is def­i­nitely not for the faint-hearted. The dunes for­ma­tion in the desert is cre­ated by the winds, and driv­ers are al­ways on the look­out for high dunes so they can slide and “sashay” their way through the dunes for an ex­hil­a­rat­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

For those who are keen to try their hands at dune bash­ing, be sure to hire a tour com­pany to take you on a desert sa­fari, in this way you will be in the safe hands of ex­pe­ri­enced desert driv­ers. Do not at­tempt dune bash­ing on your own, and never with a rented car. Half­way through the drive, the driv­ers would usu­ally make a pit stop in the

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