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5 Theme Parks in Singapore – Of All the Places You Should Visit

The reason in part that Singapore is often considered one of the best family-friendly destinations in the world has to be thanks to the great theme parks it is home to. We are showcasing just five of them here. You can choose to visit them all or drop by your favourites for some quality family time.


Universal Studios Singapore

The first of its kind to ever open in South East Asia, Universal Studios Singapore should be one of the main attractions of your trip to Singapore. Your children will not forgive you if you bail on this one. With themes ranging from Hollywood, Ancient Egypt, Lost World, Madagascar New Your and Far Far Away, this place is utter magic. You can find up to 20 attractions from grand rides to rollercoasters and all kinds of fun for kids and adults of all ages. Located on Sentosa Island, you can get to Universal Studios by taking the MRT.


Wild Wild Wet Singapore

One of the most if not the most popular water park in Singapore, Wild Wild Wet is a great place to spend the day if the heat and humidity of Singapore are proving too much for you and the kids. There are some great rides at the park including Ular Lah which is a white-water rafting-inspired slide, a favourite among visitors. Whether you are looking for adrenaline-pumping rides for your older kids or a nice cool dip for your younger ones, Wild Wild Wet Singapore has it all. It is open Monday to Friday from 1 pm to 7 pm and 10 am to 7 pm on the weekends.


Haw Par Villa

If you are looking for something cultural as well as a lot of fun, but want it to be close to your Singapore luxury serviced apartments, Tiger Balm Gardens is your place. With a theme park known locally as Haw Par Villa, this centres around Chinese myths. You will find figurines of the Monkey God and the hero Wu Song, the Laughing Buddha and Lady White Snake who is the symbol of sacrificial love. There is also a very grandiose Ten Courts of Hell which depicts the various stages of punishment that people will suffer when they die. On second thoughts, maybe don't take your younger children here!


Adventure Cove Waterpark Singapore

If you are okay with travelling out of your resort the likes of Ascott Raffles Place Singapore, head back to Sentosa Island. This time you will be visiting the Adventure Cove Waterpark. It's the best place for your older children who are looking for a little bit of a thrill.


G-Max Reverse Bungy

If that isn't enough adventure for you, you can take your older children and yourself as well to the G-Max Reverse Bungy. It will launch you into the air for up to 60 m at speeds of 200 km/hour. Located on River Valley Road, it is a great place to go for some fun and if you are willing to spend a few extra dollars, you can get a commemorative DVD and t-shirt.

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