The park will operate only from Thursdays to Monday, at a 25 per cent capacity.
Want to have a splashing good time but are wary of crowds at the beaches? Good news – Wild Wild Wet (WWW) is reopening on Thursday (Jul 23)!
The park will operate from Thursdays to Mondays from 12pm to 6pm, with the last admission at 5pm. It will be closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Do note that the water park will be limited to 25 per cent of their operating capacity, as part of enhanced safety measures. Guests can only enter the park in groups of up to five, and no mixing among groups will be allowed.
All guests are also required to wear their masks, unless they are on rides and attractions.
Rides such as Tsunami, Professor’s Playground and Shiok River will operate at a reduced capacity of up to 50 people. A three-metre safe distance rule will be imposed in pools.
The water park is also offering 30 per cent off its Wild & Wet Premium Membership annual passes from Jul 23 till Aug 31. If you are only interested in a one-time day pass, you can get a free $5 F&B e-voucher when you buy a $15 day pass via the GetKaki app.
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