17 Outdoor Water Play Spots In SG For Kids And Adults


Qistina Bumidin •  Jul 27, 2023

It doesn't matter whether you're young or young-at-heart, we definitely love a fun day out at water parks. From tall water slides, wave pools, and more, we just can't get enough of them! What's even better is that now you can even rope in your extended families and more friends for a fun day out. With the June holidays coming to an end, it's time to have a nice refreshing dip with your loved ones! We got you covered with a list of water play spots (some of which are even free) for your water adventure!

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Outdoor Water Playgrounds And Parks In Singapore

Water Playgrounds (Free!)

1. Lower Seletar Reservoir Park Water Play Area

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This water play spot is designed for young children and consists of a wading stream, a central fountain area and two water spouts! Your kids can wander about a little stream area where the water flows among brown-and-green, gently rolling slopes. Jets of water spray out of the ground at the fountains of the Lower Seletar Reservoir Park water play area, for even more splashing fun! Lower Seletar Reservoir Park also has scenic views, which is perfect for any nature walks with your family! ?

Address: Yishun Ave 1, Lower Seletar Reservoir Park, Singapore 769139

Opening hours: 9am-9pm daily

2. Jelutung Harbour Park Water Play Area

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This water play area lies in Jelutung Harbour Park, a hidden spot in Admiralty and Sembawang area. Located in front of Blk 488 and 489, the ship and sea serpent themed play area features water fountains, water guns, jet sprays, and even a tiny splash bucket for extra squeals and thrills! It’s free and you don’t need to make any prior booking slots too. There is also a small changing and shower facility next to the water play area too! Apart from the water play area, there are also fun activities you and your kids can do together, such as multiple playgrounds, fitness corners, a basketball court and a running track that circles around the entire park.

Address: Admiralty Link

Opening hours: 24/7; Water play area (9.30am-9.30pm)

3. Clusia Cove, Jurong Lake Garden

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Lakeside Garden in Jurong has a lot of land and water play areas, one of which is Clusia Cove, perfect for kids (and adults too, if you want to join). Clusia Cove is a water playground where children can experience water movements that mimic tidal patterns, surface ripples and directional currents similar to those at coastal shores. There are even tidal gates that allow children to experience controlling the flow of water ?

Address:104 Yuan Ching Rd Singapore 618665

Opening hours: 8am-7pm daily; closed on Mondays

4. Coastal Playgrove, East Coast Park

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It features a water play area with two wading pools and a narrow stream lined with water jets for extra splashing fun. If you happen to swing by in the evening, you'll be treated to colourful lights setting the water play area aglow. The water feature is open from Tuesdays to Sundays, 8am to 8pm and is conveniently located near a public toilet for a post-fun clean-up.

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Still up for an adventure? You AND your kids can battle each other head on in the 16 metre tall tower and vertical challenge!

Address: 902 E Coast Park Service Rd, Singapore 449874

Opening hours: 8am-8pm daily, closed on Mondays

5. Marina Barrage Water Playground

For some more gentle fun in the water, head to Marina Barrage with its huge wading area that we promise your kids can’t get enough of. The water is very shallow, and you don’t have to worry about getting soaked by a water cannon here, but there are plenty of water jets so you might get wet! Cap the day off with a picnic on the Green Roof, where your kids can dry themselves under the sun.

P.S. Do note that the Water Playground will be closed without notice when there is heavy rain and/or lightning alert, or when urgent maintenance is required.

Address: 8 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018951

Opening hours:

Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 12.30pm - 9pm
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday: 9am - 9pm

6. Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

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Take a walk along with the green space or simply leave your car at car park B (enter from Ang Mo Kio Ave 1) to get to the water park at Pond Gardens. The park is designed to include a series of water channels and draining systems, which your kids can control its flow by manoeuvring sluice gates. The park is especially great for the (really) little ones, as the two main drains are big enough to splash around in without having to worry about water getting up to their ears. For the adults, you can take a break by sitting on the movable plastic structures and letting the cool water flow over your feet ? Address: Opp Blk 223

Opening hours: 8am-11am; 4pm-8pm daily (Thurs-Sun); closed from Mondays to Wednesdays.

7. Dinosaur-themed water playground at Causeway Point

If your kids are big fans of dinosaurs, they'll love this newly opened water playground at Causeway Point! Your kids will be promised endless fun here - thrilling water slides, a mist-spraying volcano, a hollow dinosaur rib cage where the little ones can run through, and other various water features!

When the sun sets, the fun continues when the neon lights come on! Do note there's a time limit for each session, and you can find out more information via Causeway Point's social media.

Address: Causeway Point, Level 7, 1 Woodlands Square, Singapore 738099

Opening hours: 10am to 9pm daily

P.S. Take note that they are closed every second Monday of the month for maintenance.

8. Oasis Waterpark

Located at Nee Soon East in Yishun, it is the first community spray park set within a public housing estate accessible and free to the public. Divided into three main play areas, the waterpark features include water sprays and buckets, a shallow pool, and giant board games. As your little ones splash around, you can rest your feet while keeping an eye on them from one of the many benches around the park. No walk-ins are allowed, so do call to book a slot before heading out!

Address: Next to MSCP, Blk 307 Yishun Ring Road

Opening hours: 9am-7.30 pm daily

9. Play @ Heights Park

Located at Toa Payoh, this water park will make the little ones glow! Located around a housing estate, Play @ Heights Park offers fountains, water sprouts and more!

Address: In front of Block 144 Toa Payoh Lorong 2

Opening hours: 24 hours, Showers operate from 8 am to 9 pm

10. Gardens By The Bay Water Play - Far East Organization Children's Garden

Looking to head to Gardens By The Bay soon? Check out this Children's Garden which offers water sprouts, fountains, sprays and more! The best way for kids to cool down after a tiring day!

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive Singapore 01 ·

Opening hours:

Thurs - Sun & PH: 9.00am - 7.00pm
(Last admission at 6.00pm)
Waterplay closure: 6.30pm

Closed every Mon to Wed unless it is a public holiday.

11. Singapore Zoo - Rainforest KidzWorld

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There's something for everyone at Singapore Zoo; one of the many things they offer is the iconic Rainforest KidzWorld which also has a waterpark for kids! You can expect a jumbo water bucket, zippy water-flushed slides, and much more!

Address: 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826

Opening hours: 8:30am – 6:00pm (Last entry at 5:00pm)

Other Water Parks In Singapore

12. Adventure Cove Waterpark

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Adventure Cove Waterpark has plenty of fun rides and experiences for everyone! The park is home to Riptide Rocket, Southeast Asia's first hydro-magnetic coaster and you can also zoom down their high-speed water slides like the Pipeline Plunge, Dueling Racer, Spiral Washout and more. But that's not all! You can also sign up for special experiences such as the Shark Encounter, Dolphin Island as well as the Ray Bay Encounter ? Website |Instagram

13. Singapore Wake Park

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Still not thrilling enough? Why not try wakeboarding right on this island at Singapore Wake Park? ? The park has three cable systems: beginner, intermediate and full-sized ones that cater to all levels (children included!) You might think it's easy, but trying to get a grip on balance is no joke! But who knows, perhaps you could bust some sick moves just like this person! ? All equipment, such as kneeboards, wakeboards, helmets and vests, are provided. Website | Facebook | Instagram

14. HydroDash

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Say hello to Singapore's 1st-ever floating water park! Located at Sentosa's Palawan Beach, HydroDash is a floating obstacle course where you'll need to climb, slide, leap or bounce on inflatables. It's also Singapore's only open water obstacles course. With super fun obstacles, it's the perfect activity to do with your friends or family and burn some calories while you're at it ? Not to mention that it's an awesome way to cool down especially if you're visiting on a hot and humid day!

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15. Wild Wild Wet

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Sometimes the OG water parks are the best kind. From high-speed flume rides to four-storey slides and wave pools, there's no shortage of fun at this water park in the east. It's perfect for all ages, from the shallow pool area Yippie! for little ones, to The Yakult Professor’s Playground for older kids and exhilarating rides down the Ular-Lah raft slide or the 19-metre-tall Vortex. The best part is that it's located in the Downtown East in Pasir Ris, and there's so many halal eateries nearby! Website

16. Splash @ Kidz Amaze

Spanning 23,000sq. ft. and boasting 5 slides and 8 play decks, this fun-packed water playground has more than enough to entertain both children and parents alike. The slides are the highlight, featuring swirling tunnels and even multi-lane slides for everyone to slide down together. While older kids can have fun at the main 3-storey play area with larger slides and climbing structures, the little toddlers will have an equally exciting time in the toddler zone’s shallow wading pool. There are also 2 tunnel slides for kids below 1.2m! Website

17. Splash N Surf

Kallang Wave Mall is officially the coolest mall - there's a water park perched on top of it. Splash N Surf truly has something for all ages - a water play area for kids and a lazy pool for all adults to laze in.

If you prefer something adventurous, you can try your hand at bodyboarding and skimboarding as well! Pretend like you're riding the waves of Bali! Website So what are you waiting for! Save this article for your next outing!