HydroDash Sentosa is Singapore’s first inflatable water park. Here’s what to know about this massive kid-friendly floating obstacle course with water slides
HydroDash Sentosa is that immense inflatable obstacle course floating in the sea just off Palawan Beach on Sentosa. This water park is heaven for thrill-seekers and water babies alike (although there’s a minimum age of 5 years to enter). Hydrodash Sentosa inflatable water playground comprises floating platforms to balance on along with steep slides to climb up and slide down as you navigate the slippery obstacle course. If you fall? Into the sea you’ll go!
HydroDash Sentosa: What to know before you go!
Hydrodash Sentosa makes for a real workout! Here’s what to know before you take the family over to Sentosa for Hydrodash fun.
Planning a trip for water park fun at HydroDash, Sentosa
Book in advance to avoid disappointment as there is a limited number of tickets available per session to allow safe distancing. Be warned: there is no on site ticketing currently. If the weather is not conducive to being out at sea you’ll lose your ticket unless you opt for the $2 per pax option to change your day/timing due to inclement weather.
There are two slots at HydroDash Sentosa water park. Opt for the one-hour session or two-hour session (however there is no price advantage in getting the 2-hour session). We think one hour is enough (it’s quite a workout!)
Two zones at HydroDash, Sentosa Water Park
Even smaller kids as young as 5 years old can have fun at Hydrodash, Sentosa. However there is a separate section Zone 1 at Hydrodash, for kids aged 5 to 6 who must be accompanied by their parent or guardian. This means if you are going as a family one parent must stay in the much smaller area looking after your child. We’d recommend making the most of Hydrodash, Sentosa by going with older kids who can navigate the much bigger section on their own. Children under 5 years old or below 1.0 metre are not permitted on HydroDash, Sentosa.
Kid aged 7 years old+ who are at least 1.1 metre or taller can enter the main area of Hydrodash, Sentosa.
Safety at HydroDash, Sentosa
You’ll be reassured to know that there are lifeguards on duty to keep an eye on safety. Everyone at HydroDash has to wear a buoyancy aid and you should be healthy and able to swim. It is a very challenging workout (you will ache the next day!), so make sure you’re in good fitness (mums and dads we mean — the kids will be fine!). Due to safety concerns, pregnant ladies are not allowed on the obstacle course.
A compulsory safety briefing will be conducted at HydroDash, Sentosa prior to the commencement of play; at the top of every hour.
HydroDash says “The water quality at Sentosa is monitored and checked regularly by the National Environment Agency.” NParks outlines some safety tips including exposing as little skin as possible and washing any jellyfish stings with vinegar (bring your own) or sea water and then seeking medical advice.
How much are tickets for HydroDash, Sentosa?
- Ticket prices for 1 hour at HydroDash, Sentosa are $13 for 5-6 year olds and accompanied adult, $18 for 7 year olds + (including adults), and $60 for a group of 4 pax.
- Ticket prices for 2 hours at HydroDash, Sentosa are $26 for 5-6 year olds and accompanied adult, $36 for 7 year olds + (including adults), and $120 for a group of 4 pax.
HydroDash, Water Park Opening hours:
- HydroDash is open every day of the week! Opening hours are: Monday – Friday, 12pm – 6pm, and Saturday & Sunday 10am-7pm.
Lockers and Toilets:
There are limited lockers available for rent but it’s on a first-come first-serve basis. According to HydroDash’s website there are toilets and changing rooms a 2-minute walk away from the ticketing booth.
How do you get to HydroDash, Palawan Beach?
HydroDash is within easy walking distance from Beach Station on the Sentosa Express and its nearby carpark.
HydroDash, Palawan Beach, Sentosa, www.hydrodash.com.sg