Theme parks are constantly packed and popular among Singaporeans, and if you’re coming to visit, they offer some really fantastic rides and experiences that are rather unique to the country. Regardless, theme parks are universally recognised as a place to just have fun and get a few thrills and scares — and they are no different here.
Don’t be surprised that, in such a humid and balmy environment, water sports or activities would be quite popular. This highly animated playground is great for mindless revelry, and they have a whole plethora of rides for you and your loved ones to enjoy all day long. If you don’t like thrills and heights, there is some ground-level fun you can enjoy as well. Just remember to bring along your bathing suits.
A unique endeavour that uses figures from Chinese mythology in a theme park setting to emphasise Oriental culture and values; this is one of the oldest and most unique theme parks you will find in Singapore. The figures and artefacts further adds to its charm, especially its most dreaded area, which is dubbed ‘The Ten Courts of Hell’ and depicts all sorts of gruesome punishments in the afterlife for various sins. They have also added some rides to bring it into the modern era, but the experience alone makes this a key stop when in Singapore.