Beating The Heat At Adventure Cove Waterpark

One of the fun things to do for families in Singapore is Sentosa Island’s Adventure Cove Waterpark. The city’s warm tropical weather begs frequent days in the water, especially in the summer, but generally throughout the year. That’s what my family and I do quite often, and I wanted to talk about some of the rides that we enjoyed there last week.

Adventure Cove Island is one of the many water parks in the city-country. The water park is safe for the whole family, which is what we love about it. At the same time, you’ll find thrilling rides if you like a little more challenge and adrenaline rush.

Water Rides and Slides we Love

The Dueling Racer and the Pipeline Plunge are both popular water slides that tempt thrill-seekers with their speed. I really enjoy the Dueling Racer in particular, racing it with other members of my family.

It is a double track ride in which you can choose the best position in which to slide down the steep ride on a racer mat, accompanied by the water of course. Note that kids between 107cm and 122cm must be accompanied by a taller companion.

The Pipeline Plunge, as the name sounds, drops you through a chute at a height and then sends you down a twisting and turning open pipe into a pool of water. A similar ride but with more twists and turns is the speedy Spiral Washout.

The water park also has the first hydro-magnetic coaster in Southeast Asia. This is the Riptide Rocket, which is like a cross between a roller coaster and a whitewater raft ride. This ride is not for the faint-hearted, though daring kids (there’s a minimum height requirement of 107 cm) can enjoy the ride with a companion. My eight-year-old sister made the ride with no problem.

The kids in our family love this new ride. At the brown rock in the center of the park is the Wet Maze. It’s a fun obstacle course with two levels. Unexpected water showers await you at the lower level. When you’ve gone through the ground-level maze, you can walk on the rope course at the upper level. Everyone who takes the course is strapped in a harness so you don’t have to worry about safety.

Personally, I prefer Splashworks. It offers a more daring challenge, with balance beams and tightropes to cross, cargo nets to climb and diving into a pool of water.

Swimming with the Rays

Well, you can almost swim with the rays at the water park, except that the water is not deep enough. At Ray Bay, you can get up close to friendly rays like the Spotted Eagle Ray, the Honeycomb Stingray and others. Visitors are allowed to touch their wings (with gloves on), learn about the animals, feed them and always have a specialist and lifeguard at their side to guide you.

The coral reefs of the Rainbow Reef are another highlight of the water park, with its large population of 20,000 tropical fish. You can snorkel in the waters without having to pay extra. Another way to view the reef is to lounge on the deck chairs on the strip of sand by the side of the aquarium.

There are several other attractions that kids will enjoy at the park. Of course, there is a lot of food and drink to enjoy after a swim. Overall, a day at the waterpark is a great way to beat the summer heat.


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