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Wild Wild Wet

Wild Wild Wet
The logo of the park
Slogan There's a better way to get wet!
Location Pasir Ris, Singapore
Owner NTUC Club
Opened June 2004
Total 9
Water rides 9

Wild Wild Wet is the largest water theme park in Singapore.


  • Expansion plans 1
  • Rides 2
  • Awards 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Expansion plans

When the former Escape Theme Park ceased operation on 26 November 2011, the site was used to make way for a bigger Water Park and Costa Sands Resort. Wild Wild Wet was closed from 23 July till 1 November 2012 for renovations that includes new rides and attractions.[1] Wild Wild Wet was expanded to 3.8 hectares, approximately the size of five football fields which will double the original size and feature six new rides and attractions. NTUC Club said admission fees are expected to go up slightly due to inflation and increasing operational costs.[2]


Thrilling Rides

  • The Waterworks (Dueling Body Slides)
  • Torpedo (Body Slide)
  • Ular-Lah (Family Raft Slide)
  • Slide Up (Halfpipe-Slide)
  • Tsunami (Wave Pool)

Gentle Rides

Kiddie Rides

  • Professor's Playground (Water Playground)
  • Yippie! (Baby Play Area)


  • 2012 Best Overall Water Theme Park by TimeOut Singapore[3]

See also


  1. ^ [4]
  2. ^ [5] ChannelNewsAsia
  3. ^ [6] Time Out Singapore

External links

  • Official Website
  • Official Facebook Page
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