Photo credit: AQUA ADVENTURE

114m waterslide, interactive obstacle courses: What to expect at HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir’s new indoor waterpark

The three-storey waterpark also features a high-level water obstacle course.

Seif Umar

Certified football, Formula One and teh tarik addict.

Published: 1 June 2023, 1:22 PM

If you wish to escape the intense heat and to have a fun time with your family or friends, then look no further than Aqua Adventure – a three-storey indoor waterpark located at HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir. 

With the waterpark’s official opening on Jun 2, it becomes the latest installation to be unveiled to the public since the clubhouse’s opening on Jan 4. 

Aqua Adventure is divided into two zones – the wet and dry play zones. 

The main highlight of the wet zone is the Double Trouble Aqua Tube. Located at the third storey of the waterpark and spanning 114m, it boasts to be Singapore’s longest indoor water slide.


The Double Trouble Aqua Tube (in green) is also best experienced with two riders sharing a dual float. PHOTO CREDIT: AQUA ADVENTURE, YOUTHOPIA/SEIF UMAR


Those looking to have a more thrilling ride can opt for the waterpark’s other water slide – the Blackhole Aqua Tube. 

The experience with this water slide is much more fast-paced, taking riders down at a high speed and sudden change in motions.


The Blackhole Aqua Tube spans 85m. GIF CREDIT: YOUTHOPIA/TIANA QUEK


The wet zone also houses the AquaCourse: Indoor Aquatic Challenge Rope Course. It offers eight obstacles that include having participants walk across narrow beams and hanging steps that are shaped in a zig zag.

Participants can also splash water on other visitors by pulling down ropes that are connected to water buckets.


The wet obstacle course is located on the second storey of the waterpark. PHOTO CREDIT: AQUA ADVENTURE


The last feature of the wet play zone is the Laze Pool, which is a 1.2m deep pool that allows visitors to relax while still enjoying the waterpark’s atmosphere.

There are also hourly organised programmes and games on floating pontoons by the waterpark’s staff such as Tug-O-War and Captain’s Ball.


The Laze Pool is located on the ground level of the waterpark and has two floating pontoons for visitors to use. PHOTO CREDIT: AQUA ADVENTURE


The dry zone features the Scramble Net, where its net layout encourages participants to venture through the obstacles set within the net. This includes crawling through net-based tunnels and swinging from bars. 

Once they make it through the orange tunnel, participants are supposed to complete the obstacle course in a clockwise direction until they reach the pink tunnel. 

The net layout is also designed to cushion participants should they struggle and fall from the obstacle course. However, they are still encouraged to brace themselves should such a scenario happen.


Scramble Net houses a total of seven obstacles. PHOTO CREDIT: AQUA ADVENTURE


The dry zone also includes the Clockwork Towers, which is made up of five time-themed rock climbing walls. One of the walls also has rotating steps that resemble clock gears, making it harder to climb. 

All walls are also equipped with auto belay systems, enabling beginner climbers to climb with ease as they are fully supported and protected while they climb.


The walls with the green and orange climbing steps are equipped with stopwatches that can time participants as they climb. PHOTO CREDIT: YOUTHOPIA/SEIF UMAR


Aqua Adventure’s operational hours during the June holidays are from 10am to 6pm from Tuesdays to Thursdays. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays will see two sessions from 10am to 3pm and from 4pm to 9pm. It is closed on Mondays.

For non-school holiday periods, the waterpark is open from 2pm to 8pm on Thursdays and Fridays, 10am to 3pm on weekends, and 4pm to 9pm on public holidays. It will be closed from Mondays to Wednesdays.

Participants are required to wear comfortable wet attire such as a dri-fit t-shirt and shorts. Any clothing with exposed zippers, buckles, rivets, or metal ornamentation are not recommended. Visitors are also not recommended to be bare-bodied.

Though there is no age requirement for the waterpark’s activities, children under 12 years old must have adult supervision while in the pool. Staff will also be deployed around the vicinity during each session. Participants must also follow the minimum height requirement of 1.25m as well as a minimum and maximum weight of 30kg and 120kg respectively. 

Single pass tickets cost $40 per pax for HomeTeamNS members and $60 per pax for guests on Thursdays and Fridays. They cost $45 and $68 respectively on weekends, public holidays and school holidays.

Tickets can be purchased via the HomeTeamNS website, the HomeTeamNS mobile app, or at the self-help kiosks on-site. Visitors are encouraged to pre-book the session to avoid any inconveniences. The waterpark will also have a maximum capacity of 105 people per session. 

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