In sticky Singapore, a visit to a waterpark is a must. We asked Singapore Tourism for a list of the best waterparks in Singapore. These are their recommendations. 

Adventure Cove Waterpark

waterparks in Singapore

Adventure Cove Waterpark Singapore.

Head to family-friendly Sentosa Island to find Adventure Cove Waterpark. This the most well-known of the waterparks in Singapore. 

It has seven thrilling water rides. The “Pipeline Plunge” will get your heart rate up while dropping you down an elevated chute, then swirl down a path with radical twists and turns.

Adventure Cove Singapore waterparks

Adventure Cove Singapore waterparks

If you are looking for a relaxed day in the sun, grab a tube and head down Adventure River. This lazy river drifts past 14 stunning habitats and through an underwater tunnel with marine life swimming above you. 

At the man-made Rainbow Reef, you can snorkel in a lagoon with 20,000 friendly fishes playing hide-and-seek. You can also book a dolphin discovery tour where you can spend 30 minutes in the water watching the dolphins do tricks. 

Adventure Cove Waterpark Singapore

Adventure Cove Waterpark Singapore

Where: 8 Sentosa Gateway Resorts World Sentosa | Resort World SentosaSentosa Island 098269, Singapore 

Detailswww.rwsentosa.com/en/attractions/adventure-cove-waterpark/explore

Wild Wild Wet

Wild Wild Wet is one of the largest waterparks in Singapore. It has 12 water rides for all different levels of thrill-seeker.

Singapore waterparks

Wild Wild Wet Singapore

Families and friends can race each other on the Four-lane KrakenRacer. If you’re really brave try free-falling from four storeys high with twists and turns on The Torpedo. The Ular-Lah is a super flume ride that offers you a chance to brave the rapids with five other companions. 

Wild Wild Wet also has a lazy river – Shiork River. This 335m rube ride runs around the perimeter of the park. Tubes are optional. 

Waterparks in Singapore

Wild Wild Wet Singapore

Young ones will have a blast in the KIDZ Zone, with pint-sized versions of the big rides, designed to provide maximum entertainment to kids while maintaining maximum peace of mind for the parents too.

Where: 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Singapore 519599

Detailswww.wildwildwet.com/

Singapore Wake Park

Built in a lagoon in Singapore’s East Coast Park, Singapore Wake Park is the only waterpark in Singapore where visitors can cable-ski.

Singapore Wake Park

Singapore Wake Park

The park features three cable-systems – one full-sized for the experienced riders and two straight-line systems for the novice and intermediate riders from as young as six.

Singapore Wake Park is your high-energy playground suitable for the whole family.

Where: 1206A ECP, Singapore 449891

Details: www.singaporewakepark.com/home/

Splash-N-Surf

Want a cheap option? Splash and Surf at Singapore Sports Hub is the waterpark for you. You pay per ride, not for the park entry.  Got a kid who just wants to do the lazy river? That will only cost you $2. For a whole day. 

Splash and Surf Singapore

Splash and Surf Singapore

Little ones will love exploring the whimsical ‘aquatecture’ at the Water Play Area and Kids Pool.

Splash and Surf Singapore

Splash and Surf Singapore waterpark

Climb aboard the Stingray half-pipe and have a go at skimboarding.

The Stingray at Splash and Surf

The Stingray at Splash and Surf

Where: 1B Stadium Walk, Singapore

Detailswww.sportshub.com.sg/communities

Need more? Try these? 

How to find a family hotel room in Singapore

Sensational things to do in Singapore with kids

Everything you need to know about Singapore Zoo