20,000 fishes waiting for us at Adventure Cove Waterpark’s Rainbow reef and no queue! We jump in after grabbing our snorkel kits 🙂
Younger kids who have not try snorkeling before are free to free style and marvel at the fishes. Everyone is required to wear life vest. Get kids to test their mask are secure and not seeping before swimming.
As the water is very salty, kids will get uncomfortable if they accidentally drink the water. Parents can hold their hands and let the current push you along.
Video : Check out the GoPro underwater view at Rainbow Reef.
Our first ride was Riptide Rocket, one of the more popular rides at Adventure Cove Waterpark. No GoPro allowed but both Daddy and Boon Wee love it. Slide consists of combination of twists and quick drop and pickups! Those above 1.8m might experience another sensation. Your head is always quite near to the tunnel entrance, keep low 🙂
As the morning slips away, queues started to form at the popular rides and slides.
There is always space for kids and family at Big Bucket Tree House. Kids can run in a safe environment, although they get tangled up or “SPLASHED” sometimes 🙂
Video :Watch them run around the Tree House, and Daddy challenge Boon Yee down the Duel!
Do not miss the 4m jump at Brickworks. Some of you might finally understand why Mr Bean hesitate during his dive (but his was at least 5m tall). Besides the jump, there are various activities to keep kids entertained.
No spin, no sommersault (Singapore is always too SAFE!), but you can curl into a ball for additional impact. Daddy showoff some rope-climbing tricks to ring the bell too.
Think SOC (army obstacle course) on water, would be a lot more Fun if we can bring in our GoPro!
Lazy river, just follow the current and drift away, we must have gone around at least 4 to 5 times.
Boon Yee posing with his new friend. This is as close as we can get to the rays (those BBQ stingrays not counted). Any closer and fee applies. (check out the stingrays in video above)
Family Fun, Family photos.
Sunny day, huge waves at “Bluwater Bay”, everyone had Fun bouncing up and down, trying to resist the next crest (waves are really tall even for 1.81 Daddy). Smaller kids should wear life jacket.
Boon Xin gave the thumbs up for Adventure Cove Waterpark, she would like to visit again 🙂
Lunch, recharge. Kids are hungry but refuse to leave their water play! That speaks volumes of the FUN at Adventure Cove Waterpark.
Price wise, expect $10 to $16 per meal. We brought in some buns, staff are not so strict on food-import, as we witness families with hugh pot of curry :p
The smaller kids will love Big Bucket Tree house! Abundant slides, ropes, and splashes kept them coming back for more.
The older kids will play hide and seek among the ropes and nets. Xin went down the slide so many times the lifeguard recogonise her.
The selling point for Adventure Cove Waterpark are the different S.L.I.D.Es. As we went during school holiday, queues from 30 to 60 minutes are not uncommon.
Daddy try only two slides, and he told us he loves the green-landscaping. Daddy is not a thrill-seeker haha. All the Rides are listed here.
We need to keep our spectacles and slippers in these cylinders. Unfortunately, some revelers will become blind like bats, thus discounting the fun factor. Do take note underwater cameras are not allowed on the slides.
We paddle down the Lazy Adventure River twice. Easy to navigate, just sit on the tube and let the current push us along.
You must watch our River video below, one loop will easily last 20 mins!
Windows and openings will allow you to get upclose to stingray and catfish habitats! We even venture into a dark tunnel. Go on a weekday, so that you can spend more time (less congestion) to appreciate the “exhibits”.
Hot dogs, ice cream is available at mobile F&B outlets.
Video (Link) : We did mention we love Adventure River, catch us cruising the river of FUN !
Feedback and recommendations :
1) Tickets for adults and kids are $29 and $20 respectively. It is almost $100 for a family of four, not including F&B. We always feel Singapore attractions can accommodate more family-friendly pricing (maybe run a $50 whole-family-package once a year)
2) As with most water themeparks (and even swimming pools), usage is subject to lightning warnings. Maybe Adventure Cove Waterpark can do partial refund for affected users, as a goodwill gesture.
3) Car park fees for a whole day will amount to $20.
We suggest that you might want to park at Beach-carpark for a maximum of $8. (updated 2015Jan – Sentosa entrance per car is now $7 weekends, we ended up paying $18 for carpark fees. Beach Carpark might not be feasible anymore)
4) You can actually walk 15 min from Vivocity over to Sentosa via Boardwalk.
** For point 3 and 4 (including carpark rates), click Sentosa link.
5) Lockers will be $10 or $20 for the whole day, unlimited open/close. We might recommend that you leave your non-valuables luggage at Bluwater Bay’s deck-chairs.
6) Leave weekends and holiday periods to tourists, unless you love to queue. It is no fun to shiver for 45min waiting for the next 2min slide !!
7) Above photos are taken underwater (Dicapac) and our Nikon D5000 (not waterproof)
SengkangBabies came, conquer and enjoyed ourselves. We only wish we had visited on a weekday 🙂 .We LOVE Adventure Cove Waterpark !