Children love water park. So do we! We always wanted to visit Wild Wild Wet at Downtown East, but just couldn’t find time to do so, although we have been talking about it for years. (OMG! Yes it was.)
We were so glad to enter for Free on 4 June 2017! Thanks to the Seeing Double promotion at Downtown East! My children were looking forward to Wild Wild Wet and were counting down for that Sunday!
We were frantically looking for identical tops and bottoms.
We managed to dress the children with an identical Hush Puppies polo tee and their school shorts. Hmm. That’s the only identical pair that they have. I have a few identical tees with Alyssa but we cannot find the same bottom. Hence, we decided to dress Alyssa and Asher with identical clothes while I dressed identically with my hubby. (This was the only time I got to wear the same as my hubby.)
The emcee was getting the crowds ready to take part in setting Singapore Book of Records for the Most Number of People In Pairs Dressed Identically & win exciting prizes in the Best Dressed Competition.
But my children were too excited on The Woosh, Singapore’s Longest Inflatable Freestyle Water Slide at Downtown East, that we had to go try it out!
It’s time to explore Wild Wild Wet for other rides!
Click here to download Wild Wild Wet Water Park Map.
We went to the Kids Zone next but you will see a lot of adults enjoying these water slides! Give the young ones a taste of a wilder world at the all-new kids’ water paradise that is filled with exhilarating pint-sized versions of the big rides!
Wow! Shiok River is a must for us parents or the stressed adults who need to destress! Take a breather, go with the flow and let the trip wash away your cares. It’s a great way to escape from all the commotion and noise of everyday life.
Tubes are optional for those who prefer to travel at their own pace. You can snooze your way through a dream-filled journey that will last as long as you want. Or take a quick dip to recharge your batteries before plunging into some of our more exciting rides again!
Next, we moved on to Ular-lah!
The first raft slide in Southeast Asia, Ular-Lah is a super flume ride that offers you a chance to brave the rapids with five other companions. Ideal for thrill and adrenaline seekers, it’s the closest thing you’ll ever experience next to white water rafting!
No camera allowed up there for most adults rides. Hence, no photos but you should really give these rides a try!
There is a must try ride for all adults. I resisted initially but I was glad to try. It’s the Torpedo (the slides in orange and black). My children were too short for it (minimum height is 1.22m) and Daddy and I went as single rider while the children were at the Professor’s Playground.
The first of its kind in Singapore, the all-new Torpedo ejects you from an 18-metre-high capsule right into a heart-stopping free fall, which propels you straight into a manic trajectory of hair raising twist and turns at mind-numbing speed of up to 70km/hr. It’s definitely not for the faint hearted!
Experience free-falling from four storeys high and twist and turn on Torpedo! I hate it when the countdown started from 5 and the door at your feet opened at 0, followed by an evil laugh while you fell straight through and off you slide.
Remember, no accessories, watches etc allowed. Nothing, except your bikini or swimming shorts. There’s a locker at level 1 to put all your items, if not, you have to walk down the 4 storeys of stairs and climb up again.
Designed around the theme of an experimental laboratory, Professor’s Playground packs a myriad of classic fixtures such as slides, ladders, water cannons and fountains.
At a comfortable depth of 0.3 metres, it’s safe even for the most zealous child keen on exploring and taking charge of his/her surroundings.
One thing’s for sure, playing in the water has never been this fun!
Everyone was waiting anxiously for the water pour while the bell was ringing away.
We spent most of our time in Professor’s Playground as the children enjoyed the water and slides.
Last but not least, Tsunami combines the best of swimming pools and the sea to give you the excitement of the surf under controlled conditions. Without the hassle of choppy swells or dangerous currents, even kids can feel totally at ease in the water.
Definitely a fun place not only for family but for couples and friends. Will definitely revisit to try out the rest of the rides too.
Most probably, I will also try out the D’Resort (newly renovated chalet which I have heard good reviews from my colleagues). It is situated just next to Wild Wild Wet. A staycation will be good. Do check out the Seeing Double promotion for D’Resort too.
Must Try: Torpedo (Adult), Professor’s Playground (Child), The Woosh (Family. Take note that it is only open on School Holidays, Public Holidays & Fridays-Sundays from 1 June-30 July 2017)
Must Bring: Sunblock, S$1 coins for rental of lockers, Waterproof bag for camera if you wish to capture the fun moments, NTUC member card for all the discounts
Location: Downtown East at Pasir Ris
Price: S$20 (Adult) S$14 (Child)
More ticketing details over Here
Seeing Double Promotion: 1-for-1 Day Pass for Guests dressing identically (uniforms are not eligible) from 4 June till 31 July 2017. Click here for information.
Dress identically and join in the Seeing Double at Downtown East from 4 June – 31 July 2017 to enjoy twice the excitement of special 1-for-1 promos!
My children went to eXplorekid at Downtown East twice and they love it.
Click Here for more information on the Special Seeing Double Promotion!
Have Fun! It’s definitely a Wild & Wet Day at Wild Wild Wet at Downtown East!
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