Can't decide between splashing the day away at a waterpark or snorkeling with marine animals? Just do both at Adventure Cove Park™, the only attraction of its kind in Southeast Asia! You can float down the winding lazy river, take a dip in the wave pool, or cool off under the giant water bucket with the little ones.
If you're looking for a thrill, make sure not to miss the high-speed water slides and the Riptide Rocket, a hydro-magnetic coaster with plunging drops and sharp turns. Finally, head over to the Rainbow Reef for the highlight of your day: swimming with 20,000 friendly tropical fish!
Have some splashing fun with your family at Adventure Cove Park™
Ready, set, go! Challenge your friend on the Dueling Racer and see who's the fastest
This roller coaster on water will make you scream with excitement
Put on your snorkel and get up close with these beautiful tropical fish
Starting From S$ 30.00.
Adventure Cove Waterpark™,8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269 .
After taking a long break due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Singaporeans favorite waterpark Adventure Cove reopened earlier this year. Located at Resort World Sentosa, only a short walk away from Universal Studios Singapore and SEA Aquarium, it has been Singaporean’s best choice for a family-friendly refreshing dip.
Adventure Cove Waterpark review says in unison that whether you’re looking for an adrenaline-filled thrill or a lazy day in the sun, Adventure Cove Waterpark is a great attraction for water theme park lovers. With giant slides, winding rivers, wave pools, hydro-magnetic coasters, and even an artificial reef with 20,000 friendly tropical fish, the waterpark has everything you want for a day in the sun. Adventure Cove tickets, which start at SGD 26.00, sounds like a steal compared to the magnitude of fun it offers.
What makes Adventure Cove a unique attraction is Rainbow Reef, which is a snorkeling pool with colorful tropical fish. For more experience with marine animals, you can opt to visit Ray Bay, a water petting zoo where you can wade among dozens of rays. Children will have fun playing in Seahorse Hideaway, which is a shallow wading pool decorated with fun fountains designed especially for frolicking toddlers. These are great options for ocean lovers who are still barred from traveling overseas to dive and snorkel in the wild waters.
Meanwhile, thrill seekers will enjoy Riptide Rocket, a ride with sudden drops and high speed twists, or Dueling Racer, in which you can slide face down in high-speed.
For those who want to just chill out in the water can opt to laze away while floating on the winding river or wave pool. For maximum relaxed experience, you can rent one of the cabanas, luxurious private pavilions that can accommodate a small group, with personal safety lockers for your items.
For a smooth entry, make sure you book your Adventure Cove Waterpark tickets a few days before your visit. Some of the rides are closed for maintenance from time to time, so make sure you schedule your visit accordingly. The waterpark is also at its fullest capacity during public holidays such as Singapore National Day and Christmas Eve, which is okay if you don’t mind bumping into strangers at the pool but might be a downer for a more introverted soul.
You would also want to dress in the most relaxed way to enjoy your days in the sun. Swimsuits, bikinis, full-body wetsuits, and trunks are the best options. T-shirts and shorts are okay, but you won’t be allowed to jump into the water if you wear jeans, jackets, or clothes with buttons and buckles.
Visitors will find it very easy to take public transportations to get to the waterpark. You can take a Sentosa Express monorail from Vivo City Level 3 and get down at Waterfront Station, or Take RWS8 bus from Vivo City bus stop to Resort World Sentosa. You also can just simply walk a 15 minute walk from Vivo City Level 1 to the waterpark.