Splash-tastic Fun Under the Sun: Discover Singapore's Best Free Water Parks

March 4, 2024

Coastal Cool at PlayGrove

Coastal PlayGrove: A Fresh Wave of Fun

East Coast Park's latest attraction, Coastal PlayGrove, stands on the former Big Splash site, bringing water fun back to the beach. This modern aqua playground dazzles with wading pools, a stream with water jets, and evening lights that dance on the water. Open Tuesday to Sunday, it's the perfect spot for a splashy day out, with amenities close by for an easy clean-up.

Coastal Playgrove
902 E Coast Park Service Rd,
Singapore 449874
Photo: Dean Liaw • Timothy TM • the muk • Amelia Goh • Melissa A

Soak in the Warmth at Sembawang

Sembawang Hot Spring Park: A Soothing Escape

While not your typical "cool down" spot, Sembawang Hot Spring Park offers a unique onsen experience amidst a rustic setting. Discover its healing waters, learn about its history, and take a stroll through the floral walk. It's a different kind of water park experience that brings a piece of kampung life to the modern city.

Sembawang Hot Spring Park
Along, Gambas Ave,
Photo: T T • Elaine Chia • Lee Lai Fun • Bear Melon • 尤俊華

Wild Wet Fun for Kids

Far East Organization Children's Garden: Let the Games Begin

A playground dedicated to drenching its visitors, the Children's Garden at Gardens by the Bay is a watery wonderland for toddlers to tweens. With water tunnels, jets, and a safe play zone, it’s a guaranteed hit for family fun. Just remember the one-adult-per-child rule during peak times!

Far East Organization Children’s Garden
18 Marina Gardens Dr,
Singapore 018953
Photos: Ananto Wibisono • Singh Rajratna • TONY RUAN • Yulia Citra • Ernest Fong

Lakeside Garden: A Family Oasis

Lakeside Garden: Where Nature Meets Play

Jurong's Lakeside Garden is a green sanctuary designed for community bonding over play and learning. Clusia Cove's water playground mimics the sea with tidal patterns and ripples, making it an educational and fun experience for kids, with adults welcome to join in the fun.

Clusia Cove
104 Yuan Ching Rd
Photo: Denise Phillips • Mohd Ruhaifi Zainal • 고윈ᄐugly • Wyatt Biessel (WyattVSWorld) • daryl ding

Hidden Gem at Lower Seletar Reservoir

Lower Seletar Reservoir Park: Underrated Waterfront Play

Often visited for its scenic views, Lower Seletar Reservoir Park also hosts a delightful water park. With fountains, wading areas, and water mills, it’s a peaceful place to play and enjoy the outdoors.

Lower Seletar Reservoir Park
Yishun Ave 1, Lower Seletar Reservoir Park,
Singapore 769139
Photo: Roger Cas • Dr. Sridhar Ch • Eunice Yeo

VivoCity: Shopping and Splashing Combined

VivoCity: Retail Therapy with a Splash

VivoCity isn't just Singapore's largest mall; it's also home to a rooftop water play area that promises fun and stunning views of Sentosa. Paddle boats add to the excitement, making it a great pit stop for families.

1 HarbourFront Walk,
Singapore 098585
Photo: Leah Loy • Yui Hattori

Botanic Bliss for Tots

Jacob Ballas Children's Garden: Natural Water Play

Within the Singapore Botanic Gardens lies a paradise for children. Jacob Ballas Children's Garden offers a gentle water play area that’s both safe and engaging, set against a backdrop of greenery.

Jacob Ballas Children's Garden
481 Bukit Timah Rd,
Singapore 259769
Photo: Koh Chun Wee

City Views at Kallang Wave Mall

Kallang Wave Mall: Skyline Splashes

Enjoy panoramic city views while the kids play in water jets and slides at Kallang Wave Mall's rooftop water park. With safety measures in place, it's a fun, worry-free zone for families.

Kids Water Play
1 Stadium Pl, Level 3,
Singapore 397628
Photo: Armando cacao • See Mean Tee

Singapore's free water parks offer a refreshing escape from the urban heat, providing families with endless entertainment and joy. Whether you're looking for a serene soak or playful splashes, these spots are sure to make a splash in your family's memories!

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