Water parks in Singapore

Try as we might, we just can’t seem to escape the perpetual furnace that is the Singapore weather. If you’re making plans with your friends but don’t know where to go, why not hit up the group chat with some water parks in Singapore

Spend your afternoons floating down lazy rivers with your besties or dabble in some high-octane action on speedy water slides – we’ve got a list of the best ones to check out.

1. Splash-N-Surf – Free water playground with lazy river

Water Parks in Singapore - Splash-N-Surf Water Playground
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Many know Kallang Wave Mall as that mall with the rock climbing wall in its centre – but it’s also home to Splash-N-Surf, a free water playground for little ones. The Kids Pool’s just 0.6m deep, a comfortable height for younger children to safely swim. There’s even a carousel with cute buckets that serve as seats for them to dangle their feet off.

The more daring kids can head to the 2-storey water playground at the Water Play Area. You’ll find slides of varying heights here, as well as whimsical water spouts that pitter-patter from above.

Water Parks in Singapore - Splash-N-Surf Lazy River
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Once the kids have worn themselves out, grab a buoy and take in the city skyline as you float effortlessly down the Lazy River ($2/entry) together. Do note that children below the age of 12 – or shorter than 1.2m – will require adult supervision in the river.

Level 3, Kallang Wave Mall, Singapore Sports Hub, Singapore 397629
Opening Hours: Sunday 09:00 a.m - 08:00 p.m  Show More Timings 

2. Adventure Cove Waterpark – Huge water park in Sentosa

Water Parks in Singapore - Adventure Cove Riptide Racer

A trusty option Singaporeans can rely on for a day away from the heat is Adventure Cove Waterpark. This massive water park features 13 rides and attractions in total, so there’s definitely enough to do for a whole day.

Speed junkies can go for the Riptide Rocket, a ride which sees you and a potential victim being subjected to twists, turns, and heart-stopping plunges aboard a hydro-magnetic roller coaster. Afterwards, race your partner-in-crime on the Dueling Racer, where you’ll each hop onto mats and rush down face-first on a dual-lane water slide. 

Water Parks in Singapore - Adventure Cove Rainbow Reef

If you just want to chill, drift down the Adventure River as you sink into your buoys. Get transported to 14 different themed zones including a see-through underwater tunnel as schools of fish dart by overhead. Should you want to get a closer look at Nemo and friends, head over to the Rainbow Reef to snorkel amongst vividly-coloured marine life. 

Adult (18-59): $26 for non-peak | $32 for peak
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8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269
Opening Hours: Sunday 10:00 a.m - 05:00 p.m  Show More Timings 

3. HydroDash – SG’s first inflatable water park

Water Parks in Singapore - HydroDash Landscape

If you can make it through HydroDash’s unique obstacle course and remain dry, you really win liao lor. Singapore’s first inflatable water park is located close to Sentosa’s Palawan Beach – the catch is you’ve got to swim about 20m to reach the starting platform.

HydroDash is split into different zones of varying difficulty – and visitors of all ages can try their hand at the park’s many obstacle courses. The first zone is designed for kids 5-6 years old and consists of mini slides and stepping platforms, while zones 2-4 is where the real challenge lies.

Water Parks in Singapore - HydroDash Action Tower

Navigate across the spokes of the Target Wheel, and relieve your childhood as you swing on the Monkey Bars at these zones. Other obstacles include the Action Tower XXL, a steep slope-like inflatable hill where you can choose to ascend via a rope climb or anchor onto the little notches to make your way to the top. 

At the end of it all, cool off by splashing into the sea. Jump off the Action Tower, get launched into the air with the help of a free-floating catapult, or glide off slippery slides into the deep blue. You’ll be equipped with life jackets for extra safety.

Adults: $18/hour | $36/2 hours Children (5-6 years old): $13/hour | $26/2 hours
Palawan Beach, 098498
Opening Hours: Sunday 10:00 a.m - 07:00 p.m  Show More Timings 

4. Aqua Adventure – Longest indoor water slides in SG

Water Parks in Singapore - HydroDash Water Slides

If you find yourself hightailing to the slides and re-queueing for multiple runs at water parks, then look no further than Aqua Adventure. This indoor water park at HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir houses Singapore’s longest indoor water slide which measures 114m long.

Grab a buddy and get on the record-setting Double Trouble Slide. This long ride swooshes around multiple curves before spitting you out into a 1.2m-deep Laze Pool. For those who can’t get enough of the swirls and twirls, go solo on the Black Hole Slide. The 84m-long slide lives up to its name – as riders are plunged into darkness for the majority of the ride.

Water Parks in Singapore - Aqua Adventure Laze Pool

At the Laze Pool, catch your breath by resting atop floating platforms which double as podiums for your IG feed. Afterwards, get right back into the action at the Aqua Course, where 8 obstacles await. Once you’ve donned the appropriate safety gear, take on balance beams, rickety bridges and platforms suspended in the air. Cheeky friends can also rain down buckets of water to make the course harder but don’t say we tell you one ah.

Water Parks in Singapore - Aqua Adventure Aqua Course

Once you’ve had your fill of the water-related attractions, there are also dry activities such as a couple of rock climbing walls at the Clockwork Tower fitted with wacky grips like cogs and clocks. The Scramble Net is also another obstacle course you can traverse, this time filled with tyre swings and huge cargo nets. 

HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir Clubhouse
900 Bedok North Rd, Singapore 479994
Opening Hours: Sunday 07:00 a.m - 11:00 p.m  Show More Timings 

Rates: From $40/$52 for HomeTeamNS/Affiliate members, $60 for guests
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 10am-9pm | Sat-Sun 10am-3pm, 4pm-9pm (Closed on Mondays)
Contact: 6708 6699 | Aqua Adventure website

5. Wild Wild Wet – Free-fall water slides in the East

For Easties, Wild Wild Wet has always been the water park to spend entire afternoons conquering its multitude of rides. 

Water Parks in Singapore - Wild Wild Wet Free Fall SlideImage credit: Wild Wild Wet

Thrill-seekers will be, well, thrilled to discover that this water park features some of the steepest water slides in Singapore. Their Free-Fall water slide is aptly named as it is Singapore’s first near-vertical drop water slide. Another heart-stopper is the Torpedo, in which a door gives way below your feet, sending you plunging at speeds of up to 70km/h. 

Water Parks in Singapore - Wild Wild Wet Royal FlushImage credit: Wild Wild Wet

Of course, water park staples such as a lazy river and tsunami wave pool are also available here. We recommend bringing some friends along as some rides such as the Royal Flush and Ular-Lah raft slide require up to 4 people in a float. Don’t worry if you can’t meet the headcount, as you’ll be paired with fellow park-goers – who knows, you might even make a new friend. 

Adult: $26 (Off-peak) | $35 (Peak)
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1 Pasir Ris Close, Singapore 519599
Opening Hours: Sunday 11:00 a.m - 06:00 p.m  Show More Timings 

6. Splash @ Kidz Amaze – SG’s first indoor water playground

Water Parks in Singapore - Splash @ Kidz Amaze
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In Singapore’s unpredictable weather, sheltered options for a day out are always welcome. With Splash @ Kidz Amaze, no weather can put a damper on your young’uns’ mood as it’s an indoor water playground. 

The place spans a massive 23,000sqft, with its main draw being the 3-storey play area. Here, an interconnected mash of 5 slides and 8 play decks are free for all to explore. Expect large and winding tube slides, water sprinklers galore, and water buckets that fill up and tip over.

Water Parks in Singapore - Splash @ Kidz Amaze Overview
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Even the littlest of kids can have fun in the shallow wading pool for toddlers. They can play amongst mini fountains, or whoosh down a pint-sized slide.

Child: $10 for Kidz Amaze Members, $14 for SAFRA Members, $18 for guests
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9 Sentul Crescent, Level 3, SAFRA Punggol, Singapore 828654
Opening Hours: Sunday 10:00 a.m - 09:00 p.m  Show More Timings 

7. Causeway Point Water Playground – Dinosaur-themed fun

Water Parks in Singapore - Causeway Point Water Playground Landscape
Image credit: Causeway Point

Another fun retreat nestled within a mall is the Causeway Point Water Playground. Aspiring archaeologists will rejoice, as it’s themed after dinosaurs. Little ones can meet a wide cast of critters here, from the 2 huge pterodactyl and brontosaurus to cute hatchlings popping out of their eggs.

Water Parks in Singapore - Causeway Point Water Playground Volcano
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A towering volcano looms over the playground, but don’t worry, this one periodically spews water instead. 2 slides – 1 dry and 1 wet – flank the volcano, and kids can even enter the back of the volcano to discover embedded fossils within the walls. We suggest visiting the playground at night to see the volcano illuminated, mimicking an actual eruption. 

There are also fun photo ops such as a 2.2m-tall ribcage anchored to the ground as a prehistoric backdrop – and a set of hand drums and an enlarged xylophone, should the children want to have a go at some beats.

Causeway Point Water Playground
Opening Hours: Sunday 10:00 a.m - 09:00 p.m  Show More Timings 

8. Splash Tribe Beach Club – Sandcastle-themed playground

Water Parks in Singapore - Splash Tribe Beach Club Water Playground

Following the trend of fancy new attractions popping up in Sentosa; one that’s fun for the whole family is the Splash Tribe Beach Club

Kids and adults alike can have a whale of a time at the beach club’s sandcastle-themed water playground. The towering sandcastle fort serves as the platform for 2 different types of slides; a longer, looping tube slide and 3 open-air slides they can race down on. They can also wage war amongst themselves with mounted water guns, while water cones overhead rain down unexpectedly. 

Water Parks in Singapore - Splash Tribe Beach Club Infinity Pool

A 1.2m-deep infinity pool overlooking Palawan Beach also awaits those who prefer to take in the oceanic view away from the splashing. For parents, sun beds and loungers are also on site should you prefer to catch up on a good book while basking in the sun. If that’s not enough, 2-storey gazebos provide an eagle’s eye view of your frolicking children while you munch on some poolside grub. 

Splash Tribe
54 Palawan Beach Walk, Singapore 098233
Opening Hours: Sunday 09:30 a.m - 10:30 p.m  Show More Timings 

9. Rainforest Kidzworld – Refreshing pit-stop for zoo-goers

A typical visit to the Singapore Zoo looks something like this: Arrive, look at animals, then zao already. But what you might’ve missed out on is the Wet Play Area at the zoo’s Rainforest Kidzworld.

Water Parks in Singapore - Rainforest Kidzworld Water Play Area
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This animal-themed water playground is decorated with sculptures of wildlife you can find at the zoo. Children can expect to be greeted by a coiled snake and a perched toucan as they make their way up the slides. Look out for the elephant-themed bucket, which drops a surprising amount of water on top of unsuspecting victims.

The place is also sprinkled with colourful arches and jets that spout water, making for adorable photo ops for the family album. 

From $48 (Local adult) | From $33 (Local child)
80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826
Opening Hours: Sunday 08:30 a.m - 06:00 p.m  Show More Timings 

Rates: Free entry – but requires a ticket to the Singapore Zoo
Opening hours: 8.30am-6pm Daily
Contact: 6269 3411 | Rainforest Kidzworld website

Water theme parks in Singapore for a fun day out

We get it, it can be hard to plan a day’s worth of outdoor activities when you instantly start dripping sweat once you step out of air-conditioned havens. That’s why you should consider water-related outings, which keep you cool while having fun at the same time. 

Whether you’re looking for a wholesome day out with the fam or an exhilarating trip with your friends, look to these water parks in Singapore. 

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Cover image adapted from: Causeway Point, @beautyrunningwild & @geraldctw via Instagram

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