Start your day on a high, as you blast off on the Riptide Rocket! It is the 1st hydro-magnetic coaster in South-East Asia. Unlike most water-slides where you carry your float up to the top, you just have to sit on the float and you'll be transported up. You'll then be brought through a series of intense dips and turns, as the float is propelled upwards and forwards by strong magnets with great force. Now that's one great fun way to make use of science.! The Riptide Rocket is like an intense rollercoaster with all the tight turns and hair raising drops but with plenty of water and no seatbelts!
Now that you've got adrenaline rushing through your veins, you're all set for some dueling! At the Dueling Racer, it is a high-speed plunge to the finish line. Take on your friends and clock the fastest time and claim victory (and bragging rights for the day) in this thrilling ride!
'No guts no glory', they say. Keep yourself pumped up for Splashworks! Unleash your inner daredevil and brave the challenges as you walk the balance beam, cross the tight rope, climb the cargo net (show-off your achievement by ringing the bell at the top!), and leap without fear off the platform cliff jump. This one is for competent swimmers only though, with the pool at a depth of 4m.
The Adventure Cove Waterpark offers something for everyone, so if Splashworks is a little out of your depths, there are gentler attractions to keep you entertained. Get into a dizzy as you plummet down the Spiral Washout and Pipeline Plunge. It's high speed twists and turns as you careen down the slides before being flushed out into the pool! Visit their sister attractions, the Whirlpool Washout and Tidal Twister respectively, for more spinning thrills!
The Big Bucket Treehouse is perfect for kids. The giant bucket tipping over buckets of water into the water wonderland is sure to be a hit with kids! Coupled with the interactive water plays, kids will be filled with enthusiasm at the treehouse! With a water depth of just 0.3m, parents can let their kids roam around the treehouse with a peace of mind. The shorter slides here also serve as a good warm up for the longer slides elsewhere.
To take things down a notch, cruise down the Adventure River in a float. It's a 620m leisurely ride through 14 different themed habitats including a lush jungle garden, a mysterious grotto and an underwater tunnel with a sea of marine life swimming all around you! You can lie back and relax and take in the beautiful sights. Bring your (water-proof) camera along too and snap some postcard-worthy photos of your memorable experience here as it is one of the only rides where cameras are allowed (cameras are not allowed on most of the waterslides).
Now that you're fully recharged, you're ready to snorkel. Yes, you heard that right, you can snorkel at a theme park! Now there no need to go through the hassle of ferrying to an offshore island, or planning a holiday overseas to gaze at the gorgeous marine wonders and feel the fish tickling your skin! At the Adventure Cove Waterpark, you'll get to snorkel at the Rainbow Reef, teeming with 20 000 fish from 60 species. And at a controlled environment, you do not have to worry about strong currents, sharks & jellyfishes, or safety concerns in general. What's more, you'll get to enjoy perfect visibility, and gorge your eyes on the majestic sight of schools of fish, in their kaleidoscope of colours, dancing in front and around you.
The excitement does not end at the Rainbow Reef! The Ray Bay is another unique attraction at the Adventure Cove Waterpark. It is an interactive activity and you'll get to wade in shallow waters shoulders with sting rays. It's an magical experience to come up close to these amazing creatures. You'll also get to feed the rays! There are 3 sessions each day, and the program costs $20 (on top of the admission price to the themepark). Spots are limited and they fill up quickly, so if you're itching to feel the wings of the rays on your skin, go early in the day and reserve your slot!
You can end off your day with relaxing soak at the Bluwater Bay. Sway to the waves and currents of the wave pool, to unwind after a day of adrenaline-pumping action and memorable experiences. Just like rocking in a hammock, it is a therapeutic experience. If you're still eager for more action, you can try and catch the waves and live out your surfer fantasies.
While the Adventure Cove Waterpark features a myraid of adrenaline-pumping rides and exciting attractions, it is also dedicated to keeping all its guests safe. There is a major emphasis on safety at the themepark, with lifeguards stationed every few metres at Adventure River, and one lifeguard on standby at the end of every waterslide. Life jackets of various sizes are also available for weak or non-swimmers.
With your safety taken of, you'll be able to enjoy a day of wet and wild fun at the Adventure Cove Waterpark! The thrilling and unique rides and attractions are sure to leave you satisfied.
Admission & Ticketing Information
The Adventure Cove Waterpark opens from 10am to 6pm daily.
The Adventure Cover Waterpark also provides lockers at $10 for a small locker and $20 for a large locker. The lockers can be re-opened multiple times.
Five cabanas also available for rental at $88 each. It comes with a $15 F&B Voucher, 4 bottles of mineral water and 4 towels.
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