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15 Best Water Parks in Singapore (Many Are FREE!)

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Beat the heat with the best water parks in Singapore – some with water slides, fountains, lazy rivers, wave pools and more. Plus we include all the water playgrounds (many of which are free) to take the kiddos to splash in too!

Water parks! Is there a better way for the kiddos to beat Singapore’s relentless heat than cooling off in the water?! There are so many great outdoor and indoor water play options for kids to splash around in. Most are part of Singapore’s best parks and playgrounds, so kids can really work up a sweat before getting wet. These water parks are all about high-energy fun (many aren’t deep enough to swim in – for that head to our article on swimming pools). From the newly reopened water park in Tampines 1 to the new water park at Toa Payoh (complete with flying fox, bucket swings, trampolines around the corner and a mini track too) to the impressive water sluice gates at the Clusia Cove Lakeside water playground in Jurong. We’ve rounded up the best water parks in Singapore so your little ones can splash away to their heart’s content! Plus we handily break down which water playgrounds are free and which ones you have to pay for.

Read more: Best Mall Playgrounds for Free Play: Indoor, Outdoor, Wet and Dry Play

NB: Do note that many of these outdoor water parks and water playgrounds will be closed without notice when there is heavy rain and/or lightning.

Keep scrolling for our list of the best water parks and playgrounds in Singapore!

HomeTeamNS Bedok

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Aqua Adventure (opening in February) water park at HomeTeamNS Bedok is Singapore’s first indoor water adventure centre featuring an indoor aquatic challenge rope course and Singapore’s longest indoor waterslide! At 114m it’s set to be a thrilling attraction for adventurous kiddos and we can’t wait to check it out once it opens. Bookings for Aqua Adventure will open very soon, so watch this space! HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir is now open to the public – members get special rates for activities and bookings.

How much: More details soon!
Water park opening hours: Open on Thursday & Friday, 2pm – 8pm; Weekends, PH and School Holidays, 10am – 9pm. Closed Monday – Wednesday.

location-icon-1024x1024-1-e1620963611654HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir, 900 Bedok North Road, Singapore 479994


Wild Wild Wet

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Wild Wild Wet is Singapore’s largest waterpark and has a variety of water play attractions for everyone, from little ones all the way to adults! Highlights of this water park in Pasir Ris include the Shiok River, Tsunami pool, two kid-friendly water playgrounds and several adrenaline-pumping water slides – try the Ular-lah and Slide Up if you’re a real thrill seeker! There are plenty of life jackets on hand for adult and child usage too.
How much: Wild Wild Wet water park tickets from $19/child, $26/adult (free for kids below 3 years old!)
Water park opening hours: Monday to Friday: 12pm to 6pm (last admission at 5pm) | Saturday, Sunday, School Holidays & Public Holidays: 11am to 6pm (Last admission at 5pm) | Closed on Tuesdays

Wild Wild Wet, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Singapore 519599


Adventure Cove Waterpark

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Image: Resorts World Sentosa

This Sentosa water park is perfect for a full-day activity with its high-speed water slides, kids’ water playground and Rainbow Reef, where you can snorkel with 20,000 super friendly fish! The Adventure River boasts 14 themed zones (you’ll drift past a jungle garden, grotto caves, and even some overhead fish tanks!), while the Big Bucket Treehouse offers tons of fun with a giant bucket that tips over gallons of water and plenty of spraying water features.
How much: Adventure Cove Waterpark tickets from $27 for Singapore residents
Water park opening hours: Open Friday – Tuesday, 10am to 5pm

Adventure Cove Waterpark, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269


Splash @ Kidz Amaze, SAFRA Punggol

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Beat the heat at this amazing Punggol indoor water playground. With over 24,000 square feet of water play including five water slides, a themed splash pad and multiple play decks, Splash @ Kidz Amaze is sure to become your favourite place for a day out with the kids. Psst… if you are looking at hosting your little one’s birthday, they even have party rooms connected to the playground!
How much: Splash @ Kidz Amaze SAFRA Punggol tickets from $18/child for non-peak periods, $4/accompanying adult (free for kids below 2 months old). Locker rental from $2
Water park opening hours: Open daily, 10am – 7pm

Splash @ Kidz Amaze SAFRA Punggol, 9 Sentul Crescent, Punggol, Singapore 828654


Waterworks, Science Centre Singapore

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After a day of checking out Science Centre Singapore, the water playground is a must visit! From mechanical water clocks to mazes, kids will love splashing about. There’s even a giant dryer alarm clock to dry yourselves after. We suggest heading there on a weekday afternoon to avoid the crowds and take this opportunity to teach the kiddos about the importance of water while having tons of fun!
How much: Complimentary with every Science Centre Singapore ticket purchased.
Water playground opening hours: Open Tuesday – Sunday, 10am – 4:30pm.

Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081


Splash-N-Surf, Kallang Wave Mall

Free Water play playgrounds ahoy! Splash-N-Surf at Kallang Wave-Mall Playground
Image: Kallang Wave Mall

With cute water swings for infants and toddlers and fun water slides, there’s plenty to keep your little one busy at Kallang Wave Mall for a few hours at least. There’s also a lazy river – the perfect fun activity for both parents and kids!
How much: Free!
Water playground opening hours: Open daily, 10am – 8pm

Splash-N-Surf at Kallang Wave Mall, 1 Stadium Place, Level 3, Singapore 397628 (nr Gate 21 of National Stadium)


Rooftop Water Playground at Tampines 1

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The free rooftop water playground at Tampines 1 mall has reopened! Kids will love splashing around the play space that has a few little water slides, sprinklers and water fountains! From the pics we have seen there even seems to be a dry play area with a slide too. There is also a wash area to get cleaned up afterwards. See more pics of this water playground here.
How much: Free!
Water playground opening hours: Open from 12pm – 8pm daily (except Mondays 4pm – 8pm)

Tampines 1, 10 Tampines Central 1, Singapore 529536.


Far East Organization Children’s Garden at Gardens by the Bay

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Possibly the best-known water park in Singapore, Far East Organization Children’s Garden is particularly great if you have kids of different ages, as the bigger ones can run riot in the main part while the little ones can play in the dedicated baby and toddler area of this Gardens by the Bay water playground. Indulge the kids by alternating between the adventure playground and the water play, or make a day of it and throw in a visit to the cooled conservatories as well. Toilets and showers are close by and there are plenty of cafe options too.
How much: Free!
Water playground opening hours: Open Thursday – Sunday & PH: 9am – 7pm (Last admission 6pm. Waterplay closes 6:30pm) | Closed every Monday to Wednesday, unless it’s a public holiday.
*School Holiday Opening Hours: Tuesday – Sunday: 9am – 7pm. Closed every Monday during School Holidays.
*School Holidays include Youth Day, Teacher’s Day, Children’s Day, the following day after National Day (10 Aug) and during the Term Break periods (March, June, September & December).

Far East Organization Children’s Garden at Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953


Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park Adventure Playground

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Located at the Pond Gardens in the upper half of Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park (closer to Upper Thomson Road), this water playground is one of the most engaging we’ve seen. It’s less about running through fountains and spraying water jets, and more about kids learning how to control and direct water (while still having loads of fun!). Little ones can open and close sluice gates, follow streams down gentle slopes and play with the moveable barriers along the channels. There are toilets nearby for changing.
How much: Free!
Water playground opening hours: Open Thursdays to Sundays, from 8am to 11am and 4pm to 8pm

Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park Adventure Playground, Opposite Blk 223, Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, Singapore 560223


Coastal PlayGrove at East Coast Park

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Coastal PlayGrove is a free playground at the former Big Splash East Coast Park site. It boasts the tallest outdoor play feature in Singapore (16 metres high) with fun climbing activities, long metallic tube slides, a nature playgarden with sandpits and teepees, plus of course a water play area! The inclusive water play area has a fun wading pool and refreshing jets of water for kids to play in. The water is too shallow for swimming (it’s about shin deep) but kids will have a great time cooling off and splashing around the fountains. In the evenings the water fountains will be illuminated in various colours to splash around in! Bring hats if you are here during the heat of the day. A toilet is located close by for kids to change into swimmers.
How much: Free!
Water playground opening hours: Open Tuesdays to Sundays, 8am – 8pm. Closed on Mondays for maintenance.

Coastal PlayGrove Playground, 902 East Coast Park Service Road, Singapore 449874 


Play @ Heights Park Toa Payoh

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This Toa Payoh water park has been buzzing with activity ever since it opened in mid-2022, and it’s not hard to see why! Featuring a playground with a sand pit as well swings, a slide and a flying fox, another playground with climbing structures and an exciting water playground, it promises tons of fun for kids of all ages. Just down the road there’s Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream where you can pop in to cool down with some delicious ice cream and coffee!
How much: Free!
Water playground opening hours: Open daily, 8am – 9pm

Play @ Heights Park Toa Payoh, 144-148 Lorong 2 Toa Payoh, Singapore 310144


Dino-themed Water Playground @ Causeway Point

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The water playground at Causeway Point is dino-themed, with a 2.2m hollow dinosaur rib cage with water jets, a Toddler Dino Zone, Adventure Volcano and Crater Zone, two long, winding water slides, giant rocks and even a mist-spraying volcano. In the evenings, this Woodlands water playground comes alive with neon lights! Watch the video here before you go.
How much: Free! 45-minute play session per entry (no pre-booking is required).
Water playground opening hours: Open daily 10:30am – 9pm. Closed every 2nd Monday of the month for maintenance.

Dino-themed Water Playground @ Causeway Point, 1 Woodlands Square Level 7, Singapore 738099


Jelutung Harbour Park

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Jelutung Harbour Park within the HDB estate at Admiralty Link offers some free water play for kiddos! Look out for water fountains at this small but fun water playground. There’s also another playground with slides for kids not wanting to get wet!
How much: Free!
Water playground opening hours: Water play area open daily, 9:30am – 9:30pm

Jelutung Harbour Park, Near Blk 488/489 Admiralty Link, Singapore 750488


Clusia Cove, Lakeside Garden Jurong

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This Jurong water playground experience is cleverly designed with tidal patterns, surface ripples and directional currents that mimic water movement of coastal shores. Kids can wade in and control the water flow using the sluice gates, muck about in the cool pools and follow the channels that lead to rock pools. There’s also a closed-loop water recycling system that treats water naturally without chemicals. There’s a café onsite, too, called Fusion Spoon for casual Western and Asian dining – perfect for a lunch break after all that play! Read more about Lakeside Garden Jurong here!
How much: Free!
Water playground opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 8am – 10pm

Jurong Lake Gardens, 100 Yuan Ching Road, Singapore 618662


Lower Seletar Reservoir Park Water Play

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This lovely water park is located right next to Seletar Reservoir. Kids can wade down the ‘stream’ and play under the two water fountains, before ending up in the pond which flows down to the main fountain area. Enjoy the breeze coming off the water while the kids play, and wander along the jetty to check out the views of the reservoir.
How much: Free!
Water playground opening hours: Open daily, 9am – 9pm

Lower Seletar Reservoir Park Water Play, Yishun Ave 1, Lower Seletar Reservoir Park, Singapore 769139

         Read more: Day out in Seletar: Playgrounds, Petting Farm & Restaurants


Marina Barrage Water Playground

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Image: Kyle Lam via Flickr

If flying kites, running amok and leisurely family picnics on the grass are not quite enough to keep your rugrats happy, your adventure bunnies will love the fountains and shallow pools of the water playground at Marina Barrage. Older ones can test their skills by predicting which fountain will spray water next.
How much: Free! 
Water playground opening hours: Monday, Wednesday & Friday 12:30pm – 9pm, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday 9am – 9pm

Marina Barrage, 8 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018951

         Read more: 23 Family-Friendly Places to Have a Picnic in Singapore


Oasis Waterpark @ Nee Soon East

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Residents living in the Yishun area can now enjoy the largest community water park in the heartlands – Oasis Waterpark @ Nee Soon East. Spanning an area of 5,600sqm, this Yishun water playground consists of three main areas of water play including a 3.5metre high circular water curtain. Kids will love running through the mist cloud and dodging the water jets, as well as wading through the shallow pools and playing with the water wheels. Snacks are easily accessible thanks to vending machines and drinking fountains, and there are plenty of benches and umbrellas shading the area. There are shower facilities for when you’re ready to dry off and head home, and you’ll even find nursing rooms with hot water dispensers!
How much: Free!
Water playground opening hours: Open daily, 9am – 7:30pm

Oasis Waterpark @ Nee Soon East, Blk 307 Yishun Ring Road, Singapore 760307


Changi City Point Mall (CLOSED)

East Coast mamas will especially enjoy the ‘The 3 House’ – the interactive wet and dry park on the second floor of the new Changi City Point Mall. Ideal for younger tots, there are swings, gentle fountains and mini pools for cooling off in, and a playground with climbing equipment (best for older siblings as the ropes course can be tricky!).
How much: Free!
Water playground opening hours: Currently closed till further notice.

Changi City Point, Level 2, 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, Singapore 486038


Punggol Waterway (CLOSED)

The water play area here isn’t large, but it’s a nice spot for little ones to cool off after scooting along the Park Connector and checking out Punggol Waterway. There are plenty of water jets encircling the splash pad, and a series of bright orange arches spraying water that kids will enjoy running through. Bring sand toys and enjoy some sensory play in the sandpit next to the water play area. There are toilets and vending machines nearby, and plenty of shaded benches.
How much: Free!
Water playground opening hours: Currently closed till further notice.

Punggol Waterway, 10 Sentul Crescent, Singapore 828851


Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden (CLOSED)

Permanently closed
Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden at the Singapore Botanic Gardens is a great place to while away a day with the kids (read all about it here).

Jacob Ballas, Botanic Gardens, 481, Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 259769


What to wear to the water park

You probably already know this, but we’re sharing just in case for the new mamas and dads – the easiest way to dress the kids up for the water park or playground is to get them straight into those swimsuits! That way kids can dive right into the water when you get there and everyone will be in good spirits. For babies and toddlers who are still in diapers, keep those on till you reach the water park and change into a swim diaper right before water play. Some mamas swear by disposable swim diapers, but reusable swim diapers will work even better – they don’t absorb water like disposable diapers do! Other things you should bring to the water park include sunscreen, sun tops, hats, floaties, beach toys plus snacks and drinking water.

Enjoy splashing around these water parks with your fam!

Read more:
Best Mall Playgrounds for Free Play
The Best Paid Water Parks in Singapore

Lead image of Adventure Cove Watepark by Resorts World Sentosa

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