Perfect for the warm weather in Singapore, Adventure Cove is a waterpark for travellers, thrill seekers and families. It’s filled with daring slippery slides, but also calming water experiences such as snorkelling. Whether you’re old or young, there are plenty of attractions that will suit everyone.

Highlights

  • Water Slides – These are the obvious attractions that all kids drag their parents to. The thrilling slides at Adventure Cove include Dualling Racer, Pipeline Plunge, Riptide Rocket, Spiral Washout, Tidal Twist and Whirlpool Washout.
  • Rainbow Reef – This is a man made reef filled with over 20,000 colorful fish. Go snorkelling and enjoy the schools of fish swarming under water. The reef is fully supervised by lifeguards and snorkelling gear will also be provided.

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  • Adventure River – While resting in a large floating tube, a current will calmly guide you down a river created around the theme park. During the 15 minute ride, you will stroll pass an aquarium, cave, and splashing waterfalls.
  • For the Kids – If your kids are scared of the steep slides, take them to Big Bucket Treehouse, Bluewater Bay, or Seahorse Hideaway

Map

Adventure Cove Waterpark map

Prices

Ticket Adults Children (4-12 years) Seniors (60+ years)
1 Day Pass $36 $26 $26
Adventure Express Non Peak* $10
Adventure Express Peak* $20
Small Locker $10
Large Locker $20
Cabana – includes $10 F&B voucher, 4 bottles of water & 4 towels $128

*Express passes are only valid for 2 rides. Rainbow Reef and Riptide Rocket.

Multi Park Pass

Theme Parks Ticket Adults Children Seniors
Adventure Cove + SEA Aquarium 1 day $59 $42 $42
2 days $100 $68 $68
Adventure Cove + SEA Aquarium + Universal Studios 2 days $206 $148 $122

Ray Bay – Feed Sting Rays in a pool with a professional guide by your side. There are over 60 Sting Rays and 10 different species. This will cost S$38 per person.

Tips

  • Waterproof Camera – Needless to say, a waterproof camera would be best for Adventure Cove.
  • Sunscreen – It’s always hot in Singapore. All the rides are essentially outdoors so you will be exposed to the sun.
  • Rain – Some rides may be temporarily closed during patches of rain, but generally it passes fairly quick.
  • Bag Checks – No food or drinks are allowed from outside. Staff will check your bags at the entrance.
  • Food – Even though you’re given a discount voucher to buy food at the Bay Restaurant, its still fairly expensive. You can eat at the hawker food court near Universal Studios before or after visiting Adventure Cove.

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7 Reviews

  1. meredith
    meredith 25 Comments
     -  23 Jan 2018

    Snorkeling is my favorite part, where I can see so many beautiful soft and hard corals. Continue with swimming and playing in the pool. Great place to hit on a hot, sunny day

  2. Vis
    Vis 46 Comments
     -  24 Jul 2017

    Adventure Cove Water park has nothing special than what you get at any other water parks anywhere. I have been to better water parks for less price. But, you can spend some fun time with your friends at this water park. I paid S$ 38 for my ticket, which I think is a bit on the high side. S$ 20 – S$ 25 would have been apt.

  3. shae23
    shae23
    Australia 119 Comments
     -  03 Jul 2017

    I love this place. It is not super exciting in terms of rides but there are heaps of water slides to keep you busy. I really liked the man made reef where you can snorkel with so many amazing colourful fish. The restaurants are a bit pricey and not exactly great so I would try to prepare a picnic or some snacks. Lines are also pretty long but everyone should expect that going to these types of parks. We loved it!

  4. livinglinh
    livinglinh 10 Comments
     -  04 Mar 2017

    There isn’t much to do if you’re looking for exciting rides as this is very family-friendly. The most adventurous ride has a waiting time of more than one hour on a quiet day. The wave pool is very tame.

  5. imlalas
    imlalas 12 Comments
     -  02 Mar 2017

    Wow! This place is just amazing. There were plenty of rides available, even snorkelling! However, the rides would take about an hour of waiting time each. If possible, avoid peak periods!

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