At Aqua Adventure in Bedok at HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir, the weather will never be a consideration when you want to have splashing day out at the water park.
As Singapore’s first integrated all-weather, water adventure centre, the three-storey high Aqua Adventure has different play elements for those seeking out fun with family and friends.
Overview of Aqua Adventure in Bedok
The HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir clubhouse can be found along Bedok North Road at the southwestern corner of Bedok Reservoir Park. At five-storeys tall, the building is home to swimming pool, eateries, villas with park and reservoir views, as well as an indoor adventure centre Action Motion.
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Aqua Adventure at the Bedok clubhouse adds water play to the mix of activities.
The indoor water park is found on Level 2, beside the swimming pool, facing the waters of Bedok Reservoir.
What to Expect at Aqua Adventure
Stepping inside Aqua Adventure, you will greeted by the sight of three-storey tall water slides.
Sprays, bucket splashes, dials and gears add on the air of fun and excitement at the steampunk-themed water park.
A big draw of the Aqua Adventure is that it is fully sheltered, making it great in all sorts of weather.
Whether it is scorching outside or pouring down cats and dogs, it is always waterpark time at Aqua Adventure.
The indoor water park isn’t very large but it packs in more by going vertical to offer a mix of wet and dry activities.
Laze Pool (Wet Activity)
At the heart of Aqua Adventure is a 1.2 metre deep pool.
The Laze Pool is where you can get a soak and contemplate which play element to do around the water park.
It is a place to relax in-between various activities and you can hang out on the cute floating pontoons.
Aquatic Specialists also organise programmes and games such as Tug-O-War and Captain’s Ball at the Laze Pool.
Next to the Laze Pool, there are a limited number of seats and tables for those who don’t wish to get wet but want to keep an eye on what’s going on from the sidelines.
Double Trouble Aqua Tube (Wet Activity)
The highlight of Aqua Adventure is Singapore’s longest indoor waterslide, Double Trouble.
The green closed water flume ride is 114 metres long and you can choose to either attempt it as a single rider or to pair up with a buddy.
Grab a float and haul it up the stairs to get to the start of ride before slip-sliding down the water slide.
Blackhole Aqua Tube (Wet Activity)
Aqua Adventure’s second water slide is the orange-and-white and 85-metre-long Blackhole Aqua Tube.
Take the plunge for a 12- to 15-second watery ride before splashing down at the bottom.
AquaCourse: Indoor Aquatic Challenge Rope Course (Wet Activity)
Head upstairs to try out the the Aquatic Challenge Rope Course where eight obstacles await.
You will have to walk across narrow beams and other obstacles while water splahses down from buckets all around you for added distraction.
Of course, you will be fastened in to a full-body harness but there is still the thrill of completing the course two-storeys up.
Scramble Net (Dry Activity)
For a bit of a change, head over to Scramble Net, one of the dry activities at Aqua Adventure.
First, climb up the net to reach the obstacle arena where there are seven obstacle elements.
Swing from bar to bar, and test your balance as you cross the various elements.
Clockwork Towers (Dry Activity)
The last activity station at Aqua Adventure is Clockwork Towers. This is a five-lane climbing wall. The different sections of the walls are Clock Gears, Brick Face, Steel Speed (two lanes) and Pressure Pipes.
The walls feature various interactive elements such as turning gears.
At Steel Speed, you can go head-to-head with a challenger to see who can get up to the top of the wall fastest.
Useful Things To Know about Aqua Adventure at HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir
Height and Weight Requirements
While there is no age requirement for the activities at Aqua Adventure, there is a minimum height requirement of 1.25 metres and a minimum weight of 30 kg and a maximum weight of 120 kg.
Children under 12 years old are required to have adult supervision in the pool.
What to Wear
Due to safety precautions, participants at Aqua Adventure are required to be in comfortable wet attire such as dri-fit t-shirt and shorts.
Two-piece bikinis and any clothing with exposed zippers, buckles, rivets, or metal ornamentation are not recommended.
Participants are not recommended to be bare-bodied.
There are lockers available for use at Aqua Adventure.
For those are don’t feel so confident in the water, life jackets are available.
There are two party rooms at Aqua Adventure – Atlantis and Nautilus. They can be combined together to accommodate up to 30 persons.
Aqua Adventure Ticket Prices
Walk-in rates for Aqua Adventure for an Aquatic Single Pass start from $60 for the public, from $52 for Affiliates, and from $40 for HomeTeamNS members.
There is also an Aquatic Duo Pass for two, and an Aquatic Five-O Pass for five.
Aqua Adventure Operating hours
During the June School Holidays 2023, the operating hours are as follows:
Closed on Monday
Tuesday to Thursday – 10 am to 9 pm with the following time slots: 10 am to 3 pm, and 4 pm to 9 pm
The operating hours after the June holidays are:
Closed from Monday to Wednesday.
Thursday & Friday (Non-Peak) – 2 pm to 8 pm
Weekends, Public Holiday, and School Holiday (Peak) – 10 am to 3 pm, and 4 pm to 9pm
Booking Tickets to Aqua Adventure
Tickets to Aqua Adventure can be purchased via the HomeTeamNS website, the HomeTeamNS Mobile App, or the Self-Help Kiosks on-site.
You are encouraged to pre-book the session to avoid disappointment as there is a maximum capacity of 105 persons per session.
Where is Aqua Adventure
Where: 900 Bedok North Road, HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir, #02-06, Singapore 479994
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