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Wild Wild Wet
Mon, Wed-Fri 1pm-7pm, Sat-Sun 10am-7pm
1 Pasir Ris Close, Kampong Pasir Ris, Singapore, 519599
A day pass to the park grants access to all 16 of its rides and attractions. Park goers can also rent private cabanas, as well as lockers and towels, in case you forgot yours at home. The water park is also included in some multi-attraction passes, which offer discounted admission on some of Singapore’s top attractions, including the Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, and the Marina Bay Sands Skypark.
Things to Know Before You Go
- Except for a few slides, Wild Wild Wet is more appropriate for young children than for thrill-seeking teenagers.
- Book your admission ticket ahead of time to guarantee entrance and skip the likes at the ticket booth.
- Bring plenty of sunscreen, as shade in the park is limited and tends to get snatched up early.
- Since the park is located just a few minutes from the Changi Airport, it’s a good way to spend a few hours between checking out of your hotel and catching your flight.
How to Get There
The water park offers free shuttle service on weekdays from Pasir Ris MRT station (Exit A). On weekends, it’s a good idea to take a taxi or one of several public buses from the Pasir Ris bus interchange; get off at the first stop.
When to Get There
Hot, humid temperatures throughout the year mean any season is a good season to go to the park. The period between February and April experiences a bit less rainfall than the rest of the year. Expect huge crowds on weekends and Singaporean holidays.
Where to Cool Off in Singapore Wet Wet Wild is one of several places to cool off on a hot Singapore day. Strap on some skis and hit the slopes at Snow City, Singapore’s indoor ski slope or glide along the ice at the skating rink inside Marina Bay Sands. The beaches of Sentosa Island offer sun, sand, and sea (for swimming). Other water park options include Port of Lost Wonder and Adventure Cove Waterpark.
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