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HydroDash

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72 Palawan Beach Walk, Sentosa Island 099344 Singapore
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Singapore Sunset Cruise On A Luxury Catamaran
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Singapore Sunset Cruise On A Luxury Catamaran

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Escape the crowds on land and see Singapore at the most magical time of day during a sunset sailing cruise. A romantic experience that’s ideal for couples, this tour provides a different perspective of the modern metropolis from the water, and include free-flowing soft drinks and snacks. Alcoholic drinks can be purchased onboard.
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Chris J "Mohawk" Reed wrote a review Dec 2020
Sentosa Island, Singapore944 contributions453 helpful votes
Not for adults and not for young kids. Badly designed and no changing facilities but quite expensive for what you get. The worst thing about this place, which all the adults in the small kids area suffered (we all had to accompany kids under 7 in one quarter of the play area which they don't tell you on the website) is that once you fall in you can't get out. Yes I know! Really badly designed. They have a little step for the kids to get out but no big step for the adults and nothing to hold onto to help grip. Really bizarrely designed considering they want adults in this area with the young 'un's. The staff kept saying that over in the older kids area it's easier to get out but that didn't really help me or the other dads get out in our mini area! It's clearly not designed for adults at all and should really only be attended by 7-14 year olds no more and no less. There are also no towels, another thing they don't tell you on the website. They seem confused as to whether there are changing areas or storage lockers or not. The website says so but when I asked the staff they said no however there are about 2 minutes down the road next to the toilets. Dirty and not especially nice but they are there. Don't do two hours if you're with a young kid as there's limited space to play in, which they sneakily do not tell you on the website before you book. I suggested that my kids come back when they're older or my eldest with his friends but I won't be back. It's not for adults in anyway,
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Wendy Y wrote a review Nov 2020
Singapore, Singapore178 contributions104 helpful votes
Fun day-out with family. Because of Covid-safe measures, it is not crowded which makes for a better play experience. Play slots are of either 1-hour or 2-hours duration, booked in advance online although walk-ins are possible too (depending on capacity). Everything is in good condition: the pontoon, the life vests, the inflatables, etc. There are at least 3 lifeguards on duty. There are lockers (29, from $6 for 24-hour use) 5-mins’ walk from the set-up. Alternatively, you can leave your valuables in a box provided at the reception (at your own risk) and leave your bags on the beach. Shower rooms and toilets are available too. Just have fun!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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ChrisFreddo wrote a review Nov 2020
Singapore, Singapore22 contributions19 helpful votes
Reasonably fun but perhaps not as much as we had anticipated, going as a family with 2 young children, and certainly more physically demanding. The water was quite dirty, and moss/sludge had accumulated around the edges and underside of the inflatable platforms. It made you not want to fall into the water which is, of course, part of the fun. Don't underestimate the physical strength required on some of the obstacles. I wouldn't recommend it for children under 7-8.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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thetravellingfugu wrote a review Nov 2020
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This attraction is fairly new, having opened earlier in 2020. Strongly suggest you come with your partner or group of friends. Some obstacles are a piece of cake, but there are a few which really puts your agility, balance and strength to the test.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Jay wrote a review Sep 2020
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Staff was friendly! Booked the wrong timing and realised only 2 hours before and sent an email + facebook messaged them for help! Prompt reply and was asked to go down so they could help sort it out. Many thanks for that! Suitable for young couples in their 20s too, went there with my boyfriend and we had a good time! 2 hours was definitely more than enough. It was challenging because the float was slippery.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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