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Tickets to HydroDash Singapore

HydroDash Singapore opened on 1st September 2020.

highlights

  • Visit HydroDash, a floating water playground in Sentosa, and let the games begin!
  • Navigate through slippery hurdles as you try and complete a floating inflatable course.
  • Expect a whole lot of climbing, dashing, bouncing, sliding, trampolining, and more.
  • The water park features exclusive zones dedicated to kids and adults alike.
  • A mandatory buoyancy aid and lifeguards will ensure you remain safe throughout.

inclusions

  • Entry to HydroDash Singapore

cancellation policy

The cancellation policy will be announced soon.

what to expect

What is HydroDash?

Dubbed Singapore’s first-ever floating water park, HydroDash at Sentosa, Palawan Beach, is the ultimate playground for water babies and fitness fanatics. Loaded with inflatables that make up a giant floating obstacle course, this attraction offers a whole lot of splashing fun with family and friends.

Why visit HydroDash?

A trip to HydroDash is ideal if you want to cool down on a hot summer’s day! Over here, you get wet and wild while trying to complete a slippery obstacle course. With slides, climbing ropes, trampolines, and other fun obstacles, you can be sure that no minute spent here will be boring. The attraction caters to all ages and fitness levels.

The Zones of HydroDash Singapore

Zone 1

This zone is exclusively designed for children and features a miniature obstacle course full of tiny slides and height-appropriate hurdles. Children as young as five and six years old, and at least 1m tall can safely enjoy on this side of the park. In addition to being supervised by an accompanying adult, there are also plenty of lifeguards on the lookout.

Zone 2

Zone 2–4 are for adults alone. Zone 2 features monkey bars and target wheels and involves a whole lot of climbing and balancing. If you’re careful enough, you might just make it through without getting wet in the water!

Zone 3

This is where you’ll find the trampolines and the 3M-tall Springboard. Make a huge splash as you jump from high platforms, do somersaults, or maybe just bounce around and have some fun!

Zone 4

You can expect to fall a lot more into the water here because the course is more challenging than the rest. The hurdles here may seem easy and unassuming, but they can get tricky. Swing like Tarzan, cross a High Roller bridge without falling, climb using knotted ropes, hang above water, and finally slide into the water with full force. This portion of the park requires not just balance, but strength and agility.

know before you go

Timings

Weekdays: 12 PM – 6 PM

Weekends, Public and School Holidays: 10 AM – 7 PM

How to Get to HydroDash

Getting There

  • By Sentosa Express: Alight at Beach Station and take the Beach Shuttle
  • By Public Bus: Board Bus 123 and alight at Beach Station. Take the Beach Shuttle from here.
  • By Beach Shuttle: Alight at Palawan Beach
  • Nearest Car Park: Sentosa Beach Car Park

How Much Do HydroDash Tickets Cost?

1hr Pass: SGD 13 for ages 5 - 6, SGD 18 for ages 7+, and SGD 60 for a group of 4 pax aged 7 and above.

2hr Pass: SGD 26 for ages 5 - 6, SGD 36 for ages 7+, and SGD 120 for a group of 4 pax aged 7 and above.

Things to Do Near HydroDash Singapore

Gardens by the Bay

Spread across 101 hectares, Gardens by the Bay comprises three distinct sections and is a sanctuary for budding horticulturists. Check out Flower Dome, Floral Fantasy, Cloud Forest, Supertree Grove, and more.

Merlion

Feast your eyes on Singapore’s national icon – the mythical Merlion with a head like a lion’s and body like a fish. Symbolizing Singapore’s humble past as a fishing village, this majestic statue stands tall at 8.6 meters and weighs 70 tonnes. Marvel at this piece of art as it sprouts water from its mouth!

Universal Studios Singapore

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additional information

HydroDash Singapore: Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is HydroDash Singapore open?

A: HydroDash Singapore officially opened on 1st September 2020.

Q: Where is HydroDash Singapore located?

A: HydroDash is located in Palawan Beach, Sentosa, and is within walking distance from the car park at Beach Station.

Q: How much do HydroDash tickets cost?

A: 1hr Pass: SGD 13 for ages 5 - 6, SGD 18 for ages 7+, and SGD 60 for a group of 4 pax aged 7 and above.

2hr Pass: SGD 26 for ages 5 - 6, SGD 36 for ages 7+, and SGD 120 for a group of 4 pax aged 7 and above.

Q: What’s there to do at HydroDash Singapore?

A: HydroDash Singapore contains four different zones full of super-fun obstacles that involve climbing, dashing, bouncing, sliding, trampolining, and more, all attempted on a floating inflatable playground.

Q: Is there an age limit at HydroDash Singapore?

A: Children under 5 or below 1.0 meters are not permitted in HydroDash. Ages 5 to 6 are welcome to the park but MUST be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Q: Are there any restrictions at HydroDash Singapore?

A: Participants will only be permitted to participate if they are able to correctly wear the provided buoyancy aid and meet the following height requirement:

  • Zone 1: Ages 5 to 6, at least 1.0 meter or taller, and supervised by an accompanied adult
  • Zone 2–4: Ages 7 & above, at least 1.1 meters or taller

Q: Is there a specific dress code at HydroDash Singapore?

A: Proper swimming attire (such as swimsuits, rash vests, broad shorts) is essential. All swimming attire should be free of rivets, buttons, or other hard objects. No jeans or traditional attire is allowed. Ensure watches, jewelry, or other sharp objects are removed before entering the park.

Q: Is the water at HydroDash Singapore safe to swim in?

A: The water quality at Sentosa is regularly monitored by the National Environment Agency.

Q: Are cameras and selfie sticks allowed at HydroDash Singapore?

A: No, these items aren’t allowed because they can get damaged.

Q: Who isn’t allowed at HydroDash Singapore?

A: People who are unable to swim or have any medical conditions that prevent physically demanding activities, or haven’t been physically active for some time. Pregnant women are strictly prohibited from entering the Course for their own safety. Pre-existing injuries may pose a risk of aggravation.

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