Regardless of age, there’s an undeniable charm in spending a day at a waterpark – whether it’s racing down thrilling waterslides, frolicking in refreshing pools, or leisurely drifting along lazy rivers. If you reside in Singapore, you’re well aware of the scorching heat, and aside from the coastal beaches, reservoirs, and artificial lakes available, another fantastic option to escape the sweltering temperatures is by visiting one of the numerous water parks in the area.

These water parks cater to a diverse audience, including adults, young children, and of course, the entire family!

For Adults 

1. A Water Oasis: Adventure Cove Water Park

Adventure Cove Water Park in Singapore

This waterpark could easily stand proud on best lists from around the world, and they’ve gone to lengths to make sure guests feel like they’re in a marine, oceanic wonderworld from the theme to the facilities. 

From crazy waterslides, to adrenaline-inducing roller coasters, the waterpark wouldn’t be complete without its lazy river, The Adventure River where you’ll float along the waters through 10 different habitats, including a cave! There’s a man-made reef here too which is ideal for snorkelling, home to more than 20,000 different species.  

Price/Entrance fees: From SGD $38 (Adults), $30 (Kids) 

Address:  8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269 (Map)


Opening hours: Daily from 10am to 5pm, (Closed Wednesdays)



2. Singapore’s largest waterpark back in the day: Wild Wild Wet 

Whilst it may no longer hold the record for the title, the waterpark is still really well-maintained, even undergoing an expansion upgrade back in 2017. 

Cool off from the heat and explore the many rides like the Free Fall, Torpedo or Royal Flush! If you have made this a family outing, there’s also a bunch of kiddies rides (check out Professor’s Playground and Yippee) as well as a swimming school here for the young ones. As a family, grab a mat and see who’s the fastest racer when you partake in their Kraken Racers. 


Price/Entrance fees: From SGD $26 (Adult) $19 (Child) 

Address: 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Singapore 519599 (Map)

Contact: +65 6581 9128

Opening hours: Wednesday to Monday from 12pm to 6pm, Sat & Sun from 11am to 6pm (Closed Tuesdays) 


3. For all our Total Wipeout fans (or trainees in the making) : Hydrodash 

Dubbed as the country’s first floating waterpark, get ready for a day of fun, sun and sea! That’s right, it’s not just a floating park, but it has also been built on the beach! 

Climb, leap, bounce and slide your way around the aqua obstacle course, set up in various different shapes and sizes, and the best part about it is that there’s only the soft ocean water to break your (epic) fails and belly flops!  

P.s. They do provide life jackets for all guests to use. 

Price: From SGD $19 

Address: 72 Palawan Beach, Singapore 098498 (Map)

Contact: +65 97837549

Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 12pm to 6pm, Saturday & Sundays from 10am to 6pm 


4. Feel as if you’re running/flying on water : Singapore Wake Park 

Singapore Wake Park

Ever tried wake-boarding before? No worries if not as this park actually has a built in wake-line that consists of an automated system with cable that you actually hold onto that pulls you across the water (so no free-standing behind a boat is required here). 

This is a totally fun, outdoors activity and there’s also a restaurant on-site, or you can ditch the waking and go for a dip instead. 

Price/Entrance fees: From SGD $50  

Address: 1206A ECP, Singapore 449891 (Map)

Contact: (65) 6636 4266

Opening hours: Daily from 10am to 8pm


5. Is your preferred means of exercise swimming?: Jurong East Swimming Pool and Water Park

Get in your daily laps followed by fun time slipping and sliding down the rides that surround the competitive-size swimming pool. 

Not just slides, there’a Wave Pool as well as Lazy River (which is ideal for chilling around after kicking your training flippers in the swimming pool). If you are here with the kids, we’d suggest being highly vigilant around the main pool area, and there is a designated Kiddy Pool and cute water playing area for children. 

Price/Entrance fees: Free

Address: 21 Jurong East Street 31, Singapore 609517 (Map)

Contact: +65 6563 5052

Opening hours: Tues, Thurs, Sat from 6.30am to 9.30pm, Wed, Fri, Sun from 8am to 9.30pm (Closed Mondays)

For Kids

These water parks are specifically designed for the younger ones, made up of kid-friendly rides and water play areas. 

6. The name pretty much summarises it all: Splash-N-Surf

Your kids will have an absolute thrill running through dropping buckets of water, splashes from windmills and slipping down twisting slides that are suitable for even toddlers. 

This waterpark is made up of three different play areas: the Kids Water Playground, their Lazy River and the Stingray – a man-made surfable halfpipe wave where you can try your hand at bodyboarding and skimboarding! 

Price/Entrance fees: From SGD $30 (Stingray), $2 (Lazy River), Kids Playgrounds is free 

Address: 1B Stadium Walk, Singapore 397690 (Map)

Contact: +65 6653 8900

Opening hours: Daily from 9am to 8pm (Closed Tuesdays) 


7. Especially for toddlers and young children: Splash @ Kidz Amaze

Splash @ Kidz Amaze in Singapore

Swapping the outdoors for inside, this next kids water playground is one of Singapore’s largest indoor water parks designed specially for children. 

A massive shallow pool sits in the middle, where waterslides all make their ending, and they’ve designed many of its features that are interactive, allowing your little one to utilise their motor and coordination skills. 

Price/Entrance fees: From SGD $22

Address: 9 Sentul Cres, Level 3, Singapore 828654 (Map)

Contact: NA 

Opening hours: Mon-Fri from 1pm to 7pm, Sat & Sun from 10am to 9pm


8. A free Community Waterpark: Oasis Waterpark @ Nee Soon East

Although this may not be the largest or craziest park, this water playground is perfect for escaping the afternoon heat and the kids won’t care if there’s nothing fancy around. 

There’s shallow ponds for the young ones to float about in, and tall spray buckets to run through. There’s a set of water squirters if you want to battle friends, and small slides perfect for toddlers to even use. 

Price/Entrance fees: Free

Address: Next to MSCP, Blk 307 Yishun Ring Road

Contact: +65 6758 0129

Opening hours: Daily from 9am to 7.30pm

There’s no better way to escape the Singapore heat than the water parks. You can experience the pure joy of being a child once more, or you can watch your kids have an absolute blast, spending hours splashing and playing!

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