The Best Free Water Parks in Singapore

Water parks are the cornerstones of a splashing good time. They offer a cool and refreshing escape from the heat while providing hours of fun for people of all ages. In Singapore, water parks are scattered all over the city and a good few of them are free to the public. 

If you’re planning to take your kids out for a splash, here are some admission-free water parks you must check out! 

1. Coastal PlayGrove – E Coast Park

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That massive playground down on E Coast Park is Coastal PlayGrove, a 4 storey tall playground. It’s hard to miss especially with the giant slides attached to its sides. 

The playground was once known as the iconic Big Splash but has since been transformed into this newer and improved playground. The 4.5ha Coastal PlayGrove features two wading pools, a play garden, an outdoor classroom and a play tower. 

The water area is suitable for children aged 5 to 12 but parents can join in for a dip too!

Address: 902 E Coast Park Service Rd, Singapore 449874

Opening Hours: 8am-8pm (Tuesday-Wednesday)

2. River Plains – Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

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Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park is one of the biggest urban parks in Singapore and it’s also one of the most scenic. Nestled in the heart of the city, this park offers picturesque landscapes and a water play area for families to enjoy. 

The water park area known as River Plains provides a delightful experience for children to learn about the movement of water. This is due to the incorporated gates that allow children to control the flow of water. 

The park also comes with a series of water jets, a splash pad, and a shallow river for kids to wallow in. 

Address: 1384 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, Singapore

Opening Hours: 8-11am, 4-8pm (Thursday-Sunday)

3. Happy Park – Punggol Waterway Point

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Happy Park was opened back in March 2023 and it is located not too far from Punggol MRT Station. The water area comes with jet sprays, shallow pools and fountains where kids can have a blast while staying cool. 

The park features both a dry and wet area for kids aged 2-5 and 6-12 respectively. There are also a ton of shaded areas and benches where parents can sit back and relax. 

When your kids are done splashing around, maybe you can check out Punggol mall to enjoy some shopping or a meal.

Address: Punggol Waterway, 83 Punggol Central, Singapore 828761 (Level 2)

Opening Hours: 10am-7pm (Monday-Sunday)

4. Splash Park – Sembawang Shopping Centre

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Located in Sembawang Shopping Centre, Splash Park has everything a water park needs. From mist machines to water guns and slides, this indoor water play area is packed with fun water features that kids of all ages can enjoy.

It’s also conveniently located within the mall, making it a perfect destination for families that plan to shop. The park is not as popular as the rest and it rakes in a relatively low number of visitors. 

On the bright side, less visitors will give your kids more space to explore and enjoy. 

Address: Sembawang Shopping Centre, 604 Sembawang Rd, Singapore 758459 (Level 3)

Opening Hours: 11am-2pm (Monday-Friday), 11am-8pm (Saturday-Sunday)

5. Rooftop Water Playground – Tampines 1

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This animal themed playground can be found in Tampines 1 and is suitable for children aged 5 to 12. The playground is located on top of Tampine mall, offering a cool wildlife adventure that children can enjoy. 

Although the park does lack in size and elaborate features, it makes up for it with its animal themed design that is bound to capture the attention of children. The park also has an arctic themed section that comes with cool little icebergs that kids can play on.

Address: Tampines Central 1, Singapore

Opening Hours: 4-8pm (Monday), 12-8pm (Tuesday-Sunday)


If your kids don’t sit well with the hot and humid weather, then taking them to these water parks is a great way to keep them cool. What’s even better is that these parks are completely free! They also feature great amenities that will keep your kids entertained for hours.

So if you have no plans for the coming weekend, why not bring your family out for a fun filled day at the water parks.

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