Adventure Cove Waterpark - Singapore
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Marine Life Park aims to raise awareness on oceans and their ecosystems in order to better understand and protect them.
In line with the ocean's exploration in the S.E.A Aquarium, the attraction offers 2 immersive experiences, where you'll get into the water with rays at the Ray Bay or snorkel with 20,000 beautiful fish at the Rainbow Reef.
For the adrenaline seekers there are 7 thrilling water slides: Dueling Racer, Pipeline Plunge, Riptide Rocket, Spiral Washout, Splashworks Tidal Twister, Whirlpool Washout. Minimum height is required on these slides.
4 activities for fewer thrills will still ensure plenty of enjoyment. Cool off and relax on a swimming tube and stroll down the Adventure River. Scream at the giant wave pool Bluwater Bay. Be splashed at the Big Bucket Treehouse and let your little one enjoy himself at the shallow wading pool Seahorse Hideaway.
Adventure Cove Waterpark offers fantastic features with great excitement but always under control. At each corner of the park, even along the Adventure River, some discrete and friendly lifeguards will watch over you. This might be the reason why the queuing time at each slide is often quite long. Still, it's worth it!
Child (4-12) and Senior (60 and above): 1-Day Pass at S$20; Annual Pass at S$58
Adult (13-59): 1-Day Pass at S$29; Annual Pass at S$88
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