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Top Theme Parks And Amusement Parks In Singapore

Nicole
Published Jun 18, 2019

A city-state in Southeast Asia, Singapore is composed of one main island and many islets. This modern metropolis is an international hub for many fields, including finance and technology. It is a cultural melting pot and has the most religious diversity in the world as well as a total of four official languages. This cultural variety means there is plenty to do in Singapore, from exploring museums to taking a stroll through a garden on a nice day. But today we’ve picked out some activities for the thrill seekers. Continue reading and check out the top theme parks and amusement parks in Singapore.

1. Universal Studios Singapore

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Universal Studios Singapore is situated on Sentosa Island. They’ve managed to fit a whopping 28 rides and attractions within seven zones which surround a lagoon. The themes of the zones include New York, Ancient Egypt, and The Lost World. There are plenty of rides to try out, including rollercoasters, river rapid rides, and more leisurely car rides for those who prefer something a bit slower. Once you start to tire out, it’s time to refuel at one of the many restaurants or do some shopping at the many shops on site. With plenty of fun for both kids and adults, you’re sure to enjoy your day at Universal Studios Singapore.

Universal Studios Singapore

Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269

Website: Universal Studios Singapore

Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 10am - 7pm; Fri - Sat: 10am - 10pm; Sun: 10am - 8pm

Price: 53.43 USD

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2. River Safari


The animal lovers out there will have a blast at River Safari. This river-themed zoo and aquarium has more than 6000 animals from river habitats around the world. The Amazon River Quest is an easy boat ride, from which you can see wildlife from the Amazon, including jaguars and the maned wolf. Or head into the Squirrel Monkey Forest and look up, where you’ll see these agile creatures leaping through the trees. When you stop by the Giant Panda Forest, you’ll get to see Kai Kai and Jia Jia, the cute resident giant pandas. There’s plenty more to see at River Safari, so do plan to spend a whole day getting up close and personal with the animals.

River Safari

Address: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826

Website: River Safari

Opening hours: 10am - 7pm (daily)

Price: 28.59 USD

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3. Wild Wild Wet @ Downtown East


If it’s a hot day, Wild Wild Wet is the perfect place to spend it. This water park is located in Downtown East and features plenty of water-based activities to keep you cool. If you’d like to keep things relaxed, grab a tube and ride down the Shiok River. There’s also a wave pool where you can pretend you’re in the ocean. If you’re after something more thrilling, there are lots to enjoy here. Try Torpedo, a free-fall ride, or head to Ular Lah, a rise which simulates white water rafting. And of course, there are plenty of areas for smaller kids to play. If you want a bit of privacy during your stay, you can even rent a private cabana. Your cabana will include WiFi, lockers, and towels, as well as a selection of snacks.

Wild Wild Wet @ Downtown East

Address: 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Singapore 519599

Website: Wild Wild Wet @ Downtown East

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 1pm - 7pm; Sat - Sun: 10am - 7pm

Price: 23.46 USD

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4. Adventure Cove Waterpark


Up next we’ve got another water-based amusement park: Adventure Cove Waterpark. If you’re a thrill seeker, try out the Riptide Rocket, a ride full of drops, twists, and turns that will have you feeling like you’re on a rollercoaster on water. Or head to Bluwater Bay, a wave pool that will have you feeling like you’re in the ocean. One of the unique things about Adventure Cove Waterpark is how they mix rides with marine life. On the Adventure River ride, you can take a leisurely ride down a river on a tube, and you’ll pass through a number of scenes featuring marine life. At Ray Bay, you can interact with and feed rays. And you can snorkel with the fish at Rainbow Reef. You’ll certainly get a unique waterpark experience here!

Adventure Cove Waterpark

Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269

Website: Adventure Cove Waterpark

Opening hours: 10am - 6pm (daily)

Price: 20.53 USD

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5. Haw Par Villa

Haw Par Villa is the perfect theme park for the history buffs out there. This park explores Chinese history, folklore, and legend with more than 1000 statues and over 150 dioramas. A great starting point at the park is the Finding Your Tao In Haw Par Villa: The Tiger Balm Garden Story tour, which describes the history of the park alongside Chinese folklore. You can also do the Journeys To Hell - Death And Afterlife in Haw Par Villa tour at twilight, which details the Ten Courts of Hell. Whether you want to explore the park on your own or indulge in a tour, you’re sure to learn a little something along the way.

Haw Par Villa

Address: 262 Pasir Panjang Rd, Singapore 118628

Website: Haw Par Villa

Opening hours: 9am - 7pm (daily)

Price: 14.66 USD

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6. Night Safari


Singapore’s Night Safari has one pretty cool claim to fame: it’s the world’s first nocturnal zoo. As the day falls to night, this zoo’s doors open, allowing visitors to explore the 2,500 creatures housed here. Many of the animals are native to the region, including the Malayan tapir and the Asian elephant, and some of the more gentle animals roam free, like deer. There is a tram with a commentary which takes you to all seven of the park’s zones. But if you prefer to explore the zoo on foot, there are multiple trails which you can follow. You can even catch a live show or take a private group tour. It’s the perfect activity for night owls!

Night Safari

Address: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826

Website: Night Safari

Opening hours: 7:30pm - 12am (daily)

Price: 49.13 USD

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7. KidZania Singapore


Kids will love our next option: KidZania Singapore. This theme park has one aim: to invite kids to be whoever and whatever they want to be. In a kid-sized city, children are invited to try various role-playing activities. Kids can try their hand at being a firefighter, a chef, or a pilot. They even earn a salary (KidZos, KidZania’s official currency) and learn how to manage money. This interactive learning style is not only fun, but it’s an educational experience that is focused on teaching both confidence and responsibility.

KidZania Singapore

Address: 31 Beach View, #01-01/02, Singapore 098008

Website: KidZania Singapore

Opening hours: 10am - 6pm (daily)

Price: 25.66 USD

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8. SuperPark Singapore


If you’re after an activity that’s both fun and healthy, spend a day at SuperPark Singapore. There are over 20 activities to do in three distinct areas: the Adventure Area, Freestyle Hall, and Game Arena. The park is perfect for adults and children alike and offers plenty of activities to do. Freestyle Hall has trampolines, a climbing wall, and a gymnastics floor. Enjoy a tube slide or the kid’s gym in the Adventure Area. Or play baseball or basketball in the Game Area. It’s the perfect park if you like to be active.

SuperPark Singapore

Address: #02-477, Suntec City (North Wing), 3 Temasek Boulevard, Tower 1, Singapore 038989

Website: SuperPark Singapore

Opening hours: 10am - 9pm (daily)

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9. Pororo Park


If you’ve got smaller children, Pororo Park is the perfect place to visit. One of the park’s highlights is the Pororo Express, a cute train that kids will be happy to ride! Head to TongTong’s Little Theatre and catch a live performance. You can even head to Pororo’s house and sit on his bed or try out his sofa. The house is kid-sized so they’ll feel right at home. These cute characters will welcome kids into their world, and they’re sure to have a blast.

Pororo Park

Address: 6 Raffles Blvd, 02-29, Singapore 039594

Website: Pororo Park

Opening hours: Sun - Fri: 10:30am - 8pm; Sun: 10:30am - 9pm

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So much fun in Singapore

Singapore offers plenty of adventure parks, so if you’re a seeker of fun, you’re in luck! Whether you want to ride rollercoasters, hang out in the water, or do something kid-friendly, there are plenty of options to choose from. So book your favorite parks now and prepare to have fun in Singapore.

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Nicole is an American expat living in London, England. When she moved from the midwest to London in 2012, it was her first time leaving the US. She has traveled steadily since then, making trips...Read more

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