Splashing in Singapore

Singapore

Singapore is blessed with sparkling beaches and lands covered with verdure. Cerulean skies and warm weather spell out the quintessential summer of locals in the city-state. Sometimes, you need more than just a bone-chilling cup of cendol to survive the searing heat. It only takes a rousing aqua adventure to beat the heat! Put these must-visit water parks on your list for a day trip to cool off your jets.

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Wild Wild Wet @ Downtown East

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Bond with the family in the refreshing pools or on thrilling water rides here at Wild Wild Wet. Experience adrenaline rush in the Torpedo, a six storey-high structure that will rush you down into the waters by up to 11.5 meters per second! Meanwhile, an exhilarating splash of water awaits siblings at The Royal Flush. As the sun goes down, parents can also take a sweet, relaxing time in the Jacuzzi. There’s some fun for everyone!

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Kidzplay @ Nex

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After shopping in the complex, take a bit of time off with your kids and drop by Kidzplay. This colorful park has mist machines and water showers, making the public park a water paradise on a sweltering day. There are benches for parents to hang out in while children enjoy the water, but they can join in on the fun, too. The best part is it’s free!

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HydroDash

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This floating obstacle course in Palawan Beach will help you and your friends settle who the true sea champion is once and for all. Have fun as you climb, jump, or slide down the colorful inflatable structures, but always be cautious and stay safe to avoid spoiling the fun. The course is closed down during rainy weather, so make sure to check the latest forecast before visiting.

  • Palawan Beach, Singapore 098498

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Port of Lost Wonder

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Avast ye, hearties! Young sailors can live their pirate dreams inside the Port of Lost Wonder, a water sanctuary with a giant pirate ship. Kids are encouraged to go and survey the area from above like Captain Jack Sparrow; plus, they can play in the slides and with water guns for a little fun under the sun.

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SWP (Singapore Wake Park)

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Take a trip to East Coast Park where you can go cable skiing in Singapore Wake Park. Built in a lagoon within the recreational area, you can learn to cable ski or flaunt your tricks in the obstacle course. There are straight-line systems here for beginners and non-novice skiers to help them get wakeboard-ready. Visit the Coastal Rhythm cafe, too, after all the cable skiing has made you hungry.

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Far East Organization Children's Garden

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With the rise of many online channels for kids, they sometimes get lost in a sea of games and cartoons. Lessen their screen time and visit Far East Children’s Garden for a change. Let your little ones run around with other kids as they get drenched by water fountains and splash buckets in the area. There's also an interactive playing area where children can go on simple obstacle courses with their parents for a fun day out!

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Jurong East Swimming Complex

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Bring the whole gang to Jurong East Swimming Complex and take a plunge into the wave pool or lazy river. After your water adventure, gather the crew to play inside the sports hall or do a light workout session in the fitness gym. Before heading home, spend some time in the Jacuzzi area for a relaxing water massage.

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Oasis Waterpark @ Nee Soon East

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Let kids enjoy a wet summer weekend at Oasis Park in Yishun Central. The 5,600sqm park has three zones made just for kids. Children can shower in the tropical-themed water area or sit in the shallow pool zone. Aside from the mini fountains, kids can also hang out under the mist ring and experience a gentle burst of water as they play.

  • 307 Yishun Central, Singapore

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Splash @ Kidz Amaze (SAFRA Punggol)

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Kids are free to splash around inside the water zones of Splash at Kidz Amaze. One of Singapore’s largest indoor water playgrounds, the park encourages children to interact with one another as they play and swim in the pool. Littler ones can join in on the fun in a dedicated toddler zone where parents can hang out, too. The water park is aesthetically great for kids, as it strives to be a fun place to help little ones develop their motor skills.

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Water Sports Centre

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The Water Sports Centre can be your new go-to couple date spot or solo getaway from the busy city. Set off into the sunset on a relaxing pedal boat or pedal bike ride or give kayaking a shot to explore the Kallang Basin. This area is surrounded by towering skyscrapers of the bustling business district, so it’s all you need for a quick urban escape.

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