WA­TER FUN

Young Parents (Singapore) - - FAMILY FUN IN SG ISSUE -

WILD WILD WET

Span­ning some ve foot­ball elds, the newly ex­panded Wild Wild Wet will wow you and the lit­tle ones.

The re­vamped wa­ter park will fea­ture seven new at­trac­tions, in­clud­ing milder ones for young kids, such as Kidz Zone, a wa­ter play area, and Splash Play, a shal­low wad­ing area with wa­ter jets and sprays. HOW MUCH From $14 for chil­dren aged three to 12 years old, and from $20 for adults. VISIT www.wild­wild­wet.com

JURONG EAST SWIM­MING COM­PLEX

Ar­guably Sin­ga­pore’s largest pub­lic pool with the most com­pre­hen­sive wa­ter park fa­cil­i­ties, this amaz­ing play­ground prom­ises to draw out your ad­ven­tur­ous side.

Three in­ter­twin­ing spi­ral wa­ter slides – rang­ing from 5.5m to 17.7m (that’s as high as a three-storey house!) in height – take cen­tre stage.

There’s also a wave pool that comes alive with the sound of mu­sic and gen­tle sprays of wa­ter from the rock cav­erns for 15 min­utes ev­ery hour.

When you want to take it down a notch, en­joy a slow ride down the wind­ing lazy river or re­lax in the Jacuzzi area. Lit­tle ones will also en­joy splash­ing around in the kiddy pool. HOW MUCH 80 cents (week­days) or $1 (week­ends) per child; $1.50 (week­days) or $2 (week­ends) per adult. VISIT www.tinyurl.com/JEPool

SPLASH@KIDSAMAZE

Afraid of get­ting a tan? Take the fam­ily to Sin­ga­pore’s rst in­door wa­ter play­ground in Safra Pung­gol. Span­ning 24,000 sq ft and de­signed with a deep-sea theme, this is where kids can splash away on play decks, chal­lenge them­selves to ve slides, and try the themed splash pad.

To pro­mote bond­ing, par­ents are en­cour­aged to join in the fun with their lit­tle ones on the slides and at the main play struc­ture.

HOW MUCH $20 per child (18 months to 13 years old); $5 per ac­com­pa­ny­ing adult. Kids un­der 18 months old en­ter for free. Fam­ily pack­age are avail­able.

VISIT www.tinyurl.com/ SplashKid­sA­maze

Wild Wild Wet

Jurong East Swim­ming Com­plex

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