6 Best Waterparks In Singapore To Beat The Sweltering Heat

6 Best Waterparks in Singapore to Beat The Heat

The weather’s only getting warmer, and you know what that means!

While Singapore enjoyed the coolest January we’ve had in 30 years, it’s time to feel the heat as the country enters into the hottest season of the year. Yes, that means beads of sweat trickling down your temples on the way to lunch, or the clammy feeling you get on trains in the morning peak hour. In case air conditioners just aren’t enough, here are five of the best waterparks in Singapore to have a splash!

1. Splash-N-Surf at Singapore Sports Hub

We all love a good waterpark that has an equal share of rides, pools and open spaces to frolic in the afternoon sun. That’s why Singapore Sports Hub’s Splash-N-Surf is the perfect retreat from Singapore’s blistering heat! Couples, friends and family can enjoy the variety of recreational activities here, and won’t have to worry about being cramped between swimming pool lanes. 

Adrenaline junkies can try their hand at STINGRAY®, a half-pipe surfing facility that challenges you both physically and mentally. Ride the waves and have a splashing good time at one of the best waterparks in Singapore! 

Where: Singapore Sports Hub, 1B Stadium Walk, Singapore 397690

2. Sengkang Swimming Complex

Northeasties, here’s a park that’s right at your doorstep. Located near Anchorvale community centre, Sengkang Swimming Complex can be spotted from a mile away. It’s colourful slides and towering structures will get you pumped and ready to take on your aqua adventure. 

Get some laps in at either the indoor or outdoor pool, where you won’t have to fight for your spot in the lanes. Young families can also look forward to frolicking in the sun with their little ones! This cosy neighbourhood swimming complex is definitely worth the visit.

Where: 57 Anchorvale Road Singapore 544964

3. Jurong East Swimming Complex

Conversely, westies now have a new haunt to explore at Singapore’s west side. Take a dip in the pool at Jurong East swimming complex — the first pool to offer a lazy river, wave pool and thrilling slides all in one place.

And if that’s not enough, you can laze the blistering hot day away at the jacuzzi too. There’s definitely something for everyone at Jurong East Swimming Complex, a must-go when you’re visiting the West!

Where: 21 Jurong East Street 31, Singapore 609517

4. Wild Wild Wet

Millennials will remember weekend escapades to Wild Wild Wet, where they could slip and slide in the variety of fun rides within the complex. Although years have passed, we can relive our childhood days all over again! 

Wild Wild Wet’s expansion in 2017 saw a new, refreshing twist to Singapore’s beloved waterpark. More rides, spills and thrills can be expected with rides of varying levels. After a fun day out, head to Ola Beach Club for refreshments as you laze the rest of your day away by the Tsunami Wave Pool.

Where: 1 Pasir Ris Close Singapore 519599

5. Jurong West Swimming Complex

Apart from its neighbouring Jurong East Swimming Complex mentioned above, this complex is at a friendlier travelling distance for folks living in the far west. That isn’t to say the complex doesn’t have its share of fun.

A play area, lazy pool and one of the longest slides in a public pool are just some of the highlights of Jurong West Swimming Complex. Make sure you don’t miss out on this hidden gem in Singapore’s west side!

Where: 20 Jurong West Street 93 Singapore 648965

6. Pasir Ris Swimming Complex

This swimming complex features a plethora of slides for both children and adults to enjoy, as well as accessible surrounding pools for parents to keep their eye on their little one. We know how attractive colourful, fun rides are and Pasir Ris swimming complex has lots of them.

Also, this complex is proud to be fitted with energy-saving features such as a rainwater harvesting system. In turn, this water is used to water the surrounding vertical green walls. Not only is this an innovative addition to a swimming complex, but adds 1o points to practicality as the walls are said to alleviate Singapore’s burning heat!

Where: 120 Pasir Ris Central Singapore 519640

The weather’s only going to get hotter from here on out. Now that you know some of the best waterparks in Singapore, we suggest hopping by for a quick dip to chill out amid the blistering heat!

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Sarah Jane Lee
Sarah Jane Lee

Sarah strongly believes that much like sunflowers, she draws her energy from basking in the sunshine. She believes that detours, chance encounters and stories shared by strangers at a bus stop are part of what makes adventure beautiful. Apart from being a sports enthusiast (current fix: Muay Thai), Sarah enjoys soaking up the afternoon sun with a book in hand.


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