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Wild Wild Wet, Singapore

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#3 of 8 in Theme Parks in Singapore
Feel the rush of adrenaline as the force of water and gravity sends you and your raft soaring down a waterslide at Wild Wild Wet. The largest water theme park in the country, this park has nine different rides to choose from, as well as a swim shops and an on-site cafe. Race a friend down the dueling body slides, or grab a group and take on the family raft slide. Ride the wave pool, or relax in the lazy river or jacuzzi. The park has a section geared toward children as well as a baby play area. You'll find lockers on site, and there are plenty of chaise lounges surrounding the different rides. Take a look at our Singapore online road trip planner to schedule your visit to Wild Wild Wet and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • We organised our daughter’s 9th year birthday party at Wild Wild Wet with 11 other girls. We took the small tent / canopy which is very convenient. Plenty to do and the adults spent time chasing the k...  more »
  • Well, if you’re prepared to waste your day, waiting between one or two hours for each chance to go down a slide and you’re happy to enter a swimming pool where most of the people are fully clothed, th...  more »
  • I live very close to the attraction, so it is easier for me to get there, a few bus stop only from my house. For tourist it is not quiet close. Suitable for those who live nearby Punggol, Tampines, Si...  more »
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  • It has been renovated and expanded twice it's size! Improved rides and experience. The toilet shower water pressure can be improved.
  • It was so thrilling hours. Rides are exciting and you don't have to wait for too long. Showers are clean too.
  • The revamped Wild Wild wet is fabulous! They have more kids slides and kids play pool. Worth to revisit again after they extended the park. But the wave pool need to have stronger wave as riding the wave here is so boring as compare to adventure cove wave.
  • Went there when renovations are still ongoing. Prices are expensive especially when during school holidays. Gave $13 f&b voucher, can buy a few cans of drinks. Slides are thrilling and if want excitement, try torpedo
  • Best alternative of Adventure Cove, Sentosa. Get free entrance tickets when you stay in D'Resort

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