Adventure Cove Reopens On 12 May After Being Closed Since ‘Circuit Breaker’

After ‘Circuit Breaker’ measures were lifted last year, many local attractions like S.E.A Aquarium and Universal Studios Singapore gradually reopened.

However, Adventure Cove in Sentosa remains closed until now.


Those who miss thrilling times there will be happy to know that the waterpark is reopening on 12 May.

Adventure Cove reopens on 12 May

According to Resorts World Sentosa, the reopening of Adventure Cove means that the resort can fully open all of its main attractions to guests since Apr 2020.

Image courtesy of Resorts World Sentosa

Some of the features you can revisit or make new memories with are:

  • Waterslides
  • Riptide Rocket — the region’s first hydro-magnetic coaster
  • Whirlpool Washout
  • Adventure River

Adventure Cove safety management measures

However, as we’re still in the thick of the Covid-19 era, there is a suite of safety measures to follow.

You’ll need to book your preferred visit date on the RWS website before heading down.

When you’re there, you can expect the usual temperature checks, as well as checking in and out via TraceTogether.


There will be strict capacity limits at all queue lines, and you need to wear a mask at all times except when you’re eating and while queuing for/during rides.

Here are other safety measures to take note of:

  • Maintain a safe distance at all queue lines, stay within your allocated box
  • Keep a distance of 3 metres between groups when you’re in the water
  • Mingling between cabanas are not allowed.

Changes to operating hours

During opening week, 12-16 May, operating hours are from 10am-5pm daily.

Subsequently, the park will only be open from Friday-Sunday and public holidays.

If it’s the school holidays, they will be open from Friday-Tuesday.

Opening timings and dates may be changed depending on the Covid-19 situation.

Reopening ticket promos

You can start booking tickets to Adventure Cove now. There’s a special promotion available for all Singapore residents to celebrate their reopening.

Adult tickets are priced at $26 and $32 for non-peak and peak periods, respectively. For children and seniors, they can snag tickets at $20 each during the non-peak period and at $24 during peak periods.

Image courtesy of Resorts World Sentosa

You can visit the RWS website here for more details.

Looking forward to fun water adventures in Sentosa

With overseas travel out of the question for now, local attractions are the next best thing we can look forward to for fun times with friends and the fam.

And if you haven’t used your SingapoRediscovers vouchers, it looks like now is a good time to do so. You have till 31 Dec, anyway.

Here’s how to redeem them if you don’t have access to Singpass: 

SingapoRediscovers Vouchers Extended Till 31 Dec, Redemption At CCs With IC Possible

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