I would rather go to Jurong sports complex. Too expensive compared to 2dollars in jurong but almost similar
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Something for all age groups. Some thrilling advanced slides which are a must try! My baby loved the professors wet playground and by the end of the day even tried a few of the junior slides. Nice day out with the kids.
Wild wild wet is a water park situated near the airport. It cost us approx $25 to get there by cab. Entry was $80 for 2adults &.2children. Opens at 1pm & closes at 7pm. There is a big wave pool that can get very full with people lying on float rings but my kids still loved it. There is a kids section filled with mini waterslides & water activities, and then about 7 other waterslides all of different levels. The lines were pretty long so we stayed in the wave pool until closer to the end of the day, then went on the slides as wait times weren't as bad. Lazy river was also a big hit. Food is available, and there are plenty of restaurants just outside the park. A little tired & outdated, but we still had fun.
I visited the place with my two kids. 7 and 10 yrs. Both enjoy the water playground very much.
But, the down side is, the place is very outdated. Locker/ Storage rusty and look dirty. Sun screen machine look dirty. Bath room is not well cleaned. The staffs at the cafe are very rude.
Went on a Monday during the June school holidays thinking that it might be less crowded. Nope, filled to the brim with familiies and students. Was an extremely extremely hot day which seriously had me wondering if I want to play in the theme park. Nevertheless, decided to brave the sun with my two children with massive amounts of sun screen and we had lots of fun.
Love the children play area with its many slides, big water bucket as well as the shiok river whereby you can float your way down lazily with the huge transparent or green floats. floated more than four times around the circumference. As the wave could be slightly stronger than usual at times, do take care of your younger children by holding on to them. The shiok river is about 1m, so would be good if your child is taller than that. The good part is that there are many lifeguards at the side of the river.
Tried the tsunami as well which had me buried under water a few times and the kids love it! bring the floats along to have a merry good ride, but again watch out for the waves if you have young children. Divided into 0.5m, 0.9m, 1.2m, 15m and 1.8m or so it says at the sides.
Didnt try any of the more scary rides. the pathway around the park can be rather hot and rough due to the surfaces probably designed to prevent slipping. But ouchie as I stepped on a number of loose smaller rocks and scrapped my knees along the rough walls and floors.
Bathrooms are plenty but expect to wait for some time especially the ladies shower area.
Plenty of food areas in the theme park itself as well as Downtown East itself, thus refreshments and food are not an issue. Mcdonald's around which you can bring into the theme park. Re entry to the park is allowed, just remembered to get a stamp on your hand.
Will I go again? Probably not. And it is not because there is anything wrong with the park, its merely due to the weather plus i am not a water or sun baby :)