Adventure Cove Waterpark Singapore

The Adventure Cove Waterpark is on Sentosa Island in Singapore. We arrived early for our day of swimming adventures unfortunately it was quite cold the day we visited and drizzled often.

Even though I was freezing the kids didn’t seem to feel anything, the only tell-tale sign was there purple lips.

Adventure Cove Waterpark  Sentosa Singapore

Adventure Cove Waterpark Sentosa Singapore

The Lazy River:

The Adventure Cove Waterpark is a must visit when visiting Singapore. It has hands down the best lazy river ever.

The journey takes you through dark caves with fake bats, past sting rays, through a tunnel of exotic fish and past talking dolphins.

 Bluewater Bay Wave Pool:

We spent a lot of time here as the boys enjoyed jumping over the waves. The waves would come on every 15 minutes or so for about 5 minutes.

This area also have beach loungers so we made this our spot for the day.

Big Bucket Treehouse:

The treehouse has several slides plus a big bucket that tips every few minutes.

This area was one of the few that were suitable for our 3-year-old. Even so he still had to be accompanied by an adult on all rides and in the treehouse.

If you are coming with toddlers there is not much for them to do apart from the lazy river, wave pool and the treehouse area. There is also a small wading pool with fountains found at seahorse hideaway.

Big Bucket Treehouse

Big Bucket Treehouse


However if you coming with children over 8 or 122cm (which my 8-year-old is), well that’s another story!

They will be tall enough for most rides and there is even an area where they can participate in water fear factor activities.

Splashworks is designed to give kids a number of challenge activities including walking a tightrope, walking a balance beam, climbing the cargo net and leaping without fear from the platform cliff.

Rainbow Reef:

This had to be my most favourite part of the park.  Snorkelling in a sea of over 20,000 fish was spectacular.

J and I had turns to go with the girls as the boys were too small, however there are a few viewing windows where spectators can look through and see you snorkelling past.

The best of all though is that this activity is covered by the cost of admission! Bonus.

Rainbow Reef viewing area

Rainbow Reef viewing area



There are several different waterslides throughout the park which the kids enjoyed however Adventure Cove Waterpark also boasts South East Asia’s first hydromagnetic waterslide, so we had to check it out.

The Riptide Rocket is a two person ride and you are propelled up and into drops that make you feel like you are riding a roller coaster.

Let’s just say I really enjoyed it, and for those of you who sometimes get stuck on waterslides, that’s not going to happen here.

Apart from the cold we had a fun, busy day at the Adventure Cove Waterpark.


Food: We did not eat in the park but there are several cafe’s/stalls and restaurants around the park. You can get a reentry if you would like to eat outside the park.

Lockers: There are small and medium lockers that you can rent for the day. Although the prices are a bit on the steep side, at least you will have a piece of mind knowing that your gear will be safe.

Towels: If you are on holiday you probably don’t have access to towels, not to worry as they have a towel rental available for a nominal fee.

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