With summer all year round, Singapore is loaded with cool ideas to beat the heat, from ice cream parlours serving local flavours to a mini indoor arctic with sub-zero temperatures. But if you're looking to keep cool with a splashing good time, then dust off your best swimwear for Adventure Cove Waterpark. The Resorts World Sentosa crowd-pleaser – the last of the three marquee attractions including Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A. Aquarium – finally reopens on May 12, with reduced capacity and safe distancing measures in place.
Priding itself as Southeast Asia’s only integrated aquatic and marine life park, Adventure Cove Waterpark is set to welcome guests back with a myriad of memorable experiences. From high-speed water slides including a water tornado ride and the region's first hydro-magnetic coaster to a lazy river to float away under the sun, it's easy to spend a whole day at this world-class waterpark.
Besides the thrilling activities, there are plenty of opportunities to learn and encounter marine life. You can snorkel with over 20,000 tropical fishes, wade among rays, come face to face with predators of the deep, and go through an underwater tunnel while your new fishy friends swim overhead.
The park is set to open from 10am to 5pm on May 12, Wednesday, and will run till Sunday as part of the reopening week. It then resumes normal operating hours from 10am to 5pm from Friday to Sunday, and Friday to Tuesday during school holidays. Tickets start from $20 (child) and $26 (adult) during non-peak days, with a special reopening promotion running exclusively for Singapore residents. Each ticket purchase also comes with a complimentary treat – score! For more information and updates, visit rwsentosa.com.