Singapore Theme Park


Overview of Singapore Theme Park

The Singapore Theme Park industry is becoming more fun and filled with more excitement. Even though Singapore is a small island country, there is always something to offer everyone. If you are looking for Fun Parks or Wet Parks, Singapore is the best choice. There are 2 major Singapore Theme Parks which will surely give you an adrenaline rush. Together with the new Universal Studios Theme Park opened in 2010, it will definitely brings you to a new level of thrills and excitement.

Escape Theme Park

Note: Escape Theme Park ceased operations in November 2011 for redevelopment. In 2012, reports confirmed that the park would make way for an expansion of Wild Wild Wet


Escape Theme Park, located at NTUC Downtown East in Pasir Ris, is the largest Singapore Theme Park. Escape Theme Park will certainly promise you a great deal of thrill and excitement. There are a total of 16 rides in this Singapore Theme Park. Each ride is unique and will certainly provide you with great moments of fun. They have rides for kids and exciting ones for the adventurous.

Rides for the Excitement Seekers

Inverter - A ride so intense that you'll flip over. Literally. From a central pivot, the Inverter swings through cycles of 360 degrees, picking up speed as it circles you through the air at velocities that defy the senses!

Pirate Ship - A heart-stopping, scream-raising experience that beats all other Viking rides flat, the Pirate Ship brings you to even greater heights before plunging back down! Scream as you swing with the momentum and don't be disappointed if it ends too soon.

Wet and Wild - A watery punch that you'll never forget! So let the currents sweep you off on a five-level climb before dropping you headlong into a spectacular splash out!

Flipper - Spin round and round and spin upside down too! Imagine moving around at a heart-stopping speed as you plunge and climb 13.5 metres - all in the blink of an eye!

Rides for the Kids

Ferris Wheel - A classic which comes with eight balloon-shaped carriages that reproduce all the charm of a full-sized Ferris Wheel. Take a leisurely ride to the top and admire the breathtaking view.

Choo Choo Train - Take your pick of carriages or be the driver if you're adventurous enough! Go on a joy ride as you navigate the winding tracks and don't forget to blow that whistle hard!

Rides for the family

Bumper Boats - Take one of our colourful inflatable boats together with your love ones. You can choose to navigate carefully through an obstacle course of fellow boaters, or indulge in a splashing game! Just remember to take an extra set of clothing!

Family Coaster - This is suitable for people of all ages and it is a good way to spend quality time with your family. Don't miss it when you are in this Singapore Theme Park.

Kite Flyer - The first and only ride of its kind in Asia, Kite Flyer ups the excitement factor as you hang in mid-air suspended only by a shoulder harness! Enjoy the extra mobility as your entire body swings with the motion.


Location : Pasir Ris Info : www.escapethemepark.com.sg
Theme Park Ticket : SGD17.70 (adult) and SGD8.90 (child aged between 3 - 12 years old)Operating Hours : 10am - 8pm
How to get there : Just a 10-minute walk from Pasir Ris MRT Station or take public bus nos (3, 5, 6, 12, 17, 21, 89, 354, 358)

Wild Wild Wet

Wild Wild Wet is a water park that is located adjacent to Escape Theme Park. This Singapore Theme Park has many thrilling rides for the adventurous and pools and playgrounds for the family.

Rides for the Adventurous

The Waterworks - Slip down the crazy and weird turnings in this high speed flume ride that comes with open and covered body slides.

ULah-lah - A fantastic flume ride that you can enjoy together with five other friends or loved ones. The first raft slide in Southeast Asia

Slide Up - Slide down from a 4-storey ramp slide, skim across the deck and soar up the opposite side. This is repeated several times until the rider's momentum runs out.

Water Fun for the Family

Shiok river - Skirting the perimeter of the park, this ride spans 335 metres in length. You can walk in it or get a float and spin and move along the currents.

Tsunami - A combination of swimming pools and the sea to give you the excitement of the surf under controlled conditions. Without the bother of irregular and dangerous currents, even kids can feel completely at ease in the water

Skyrider - If you do not like to get wet for the whole day, try out this skyride, which the only dry ride in the park. Sitting in the twin-seat carriages of the SkyRider monorail, you can glide five metres up in the air on a scenic route over various pools and rides.

Yippee! - A shallow sloshing area filled with soft play equipment designed to provide a safe and fun environment for toddlers


Location : Pasir Ris Info : www.wildwildwet.com
Theme Park Tickets : SGD15.50 (adult) and SGD10.50 (child aged between 3 - 12 years old)Operating Hours : Mon, Wed, Thu & Fri (1pm - 7pm) and Sat, Sun, Gazette School & Public Holidays (10am - 7pm)
How to get there : Just a 10-minute walk from Pasir Ris MRT Station or take public bus nos (3, 5, 6, 12, 17, 21, 89, 354, 358)

Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore, Singapore's only movie-theme park is set to house 24 rides, 18 of which are original ideas or specifically designed for this Singapore Theme Park. It promises an experience that you will not forget. With seven themed zones, including The Lost World, Hollywood Boulevard and Egypt, Universal Studios Singapore is an adrenaline-charged excursion that will fill an entire day, or more.

The Universal Studios Singapore is reported to be a "one-of-its-kind theme park in Asia" as Universal Studios has promised that this will be the only park it would have in Southeast Asia for the next 30 years. It is larger than Universal Studios Hollywood. The total number of attractions in this Singapore Theme Park will also be more than Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Studios Japan.

Transformers

Transformers, one of the rides that many fans are waiting to experience first-hand is being developed into a theme park ride, and debuts at Universal Studios Singapore in 2010. Transformers will fuse 3D-HD media, mega special effects and robotics with a ride system that will "transform perceptions of theme park experiences". The mega-attraction debuts first at Universal Studios Singapore at the Resorts World at Sentosa, then at Universal Studios Hollywood. When Transformers opens in Universal Studios Singapore in 2011, it will be the first of its kind in the world.

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