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Wild Wild Wet

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Wild Wild Wet is among the biggest water theme parks of Singapore that first opened in 2004. The water theme parks biggest specialty is the Ular Lah, the highest water-rafting slide in Asia. Other than this, there are several water based attractions are waiting for families and for children of all ages.


Wild Wild Wet is a water park located inside NTUC Downtown East, Pasir Ris in Singapore. The park has a 3-storey high raft water slide that is the first of its kind in Southeast Asia. We can make two basic groups of the attractions of the water park: the thrill rides are for children below a certain age and height and for brave adults. The family attractions are suitable for just everyone from toddlers to elderly guests. Let us see now what this great water theme park has to offer for us:


Thrill rides of Wild Wild Wet

* Ular-Lah:  This is the very first raft slide of Southeast Asia with rafts for a maximum of six people inside. The length of the slide is 80, 5 meters and it is a kind of free fall on the mountain river-like water. 

* Slide Up: This is 4-storey ramp with quite an intense ride. One boat can accommodate maximum two people. It is not for the faint hearted.

* The Waterworks: this is a pair of water slides, where you slide down in the Pretzel position like a bullet. With several curves and twists, the ride ends in the pool.

 

Family attractions of Wild Wild Wet

* Shiok River: this is a river-like extra long pool with its 345 metres and it is located on the rim of the Wild Wild Wet Water Park. In this jolly type of attraction, either you can swim or float on a boat, there are some currents too, taking you forward. There are islets for having a rest too.

* Tsunami: this is a heavy wave pool where the waves appear in every quarter right after the bell rings. Wave period lasts for about 10 minutes. Swimmers can decide whether to float with the waves or wait till they stop

* Professor's Playground: This is a very smart water-playing area, which looks like a laboratory with each equipments giving children chance to play. There are also several bigger and smaller slides, fountains and even water cannons to surprise the guests. A basket tips water for the visitors in every 10 minutes in a funny way that walk by but there is also a bell for those who would like this shower.

* Yippee: This is the area designed for the smallest generation to enjoy some splashing time with their families. This is a cute area, the best way to introduce water to your siblings.

* Jacuzzi: Feel cosy and relaxed in a Jacuzzi if all the adrenaline buzzer attractions of Wild Wild Wet Water Park tire you.

 

Within the Wild Wild Wet water park, you can find a Subway fast food restaurant and a Café too. Although Wild Wild Wet used to work with FunKey to which holders could upload money, then spend it the way they wanted, due to several problems this has now ended so you may use money, credit or bankcard for payments. The Wild Wild Wet is open on weekdays, with the exception of Tuesdays from 1 pm to 7 pm and during the weekends and public or school holidays its open from 10 am until 7 pm.