A Bouncy Adventure Your Guide to HydroDash in Sentosa
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A Bouncy Adventure: Your Guide to HydroDash in Sentosa

Playing on a bounce house is fun, but you know what makes that even better? It’s when the bounce house is floating at sea!

That’s exactly the concept of HydroDash, which is why you won’t want to miss out on the opportunity to come here. Located in beautiful Sentosa, this floating aqua park—the first and only of its kind in Singapore—offers exciting activities for families

So, if you’re in the mood for adventure and thrill, come to HydroDash and test your wits and balancing skills (keeping steady on a floating bounce house is harder than you think!). Feel free to use this article as your guide. 

Things to Know about HydroDash

How to Get There

Address: 54 Palawan Beach Walk, Singapore 098233
Contact Number: +6597837549

Bus: If you prefer taking the bus to HydroDash, ride bus 123, stop at Beach Station, then walk to The Palawan @ Sentosa. As for the intra-island bus, ride Sentosa Bus A or B, stop at Beach Station, and walk to the destination. 

Beach Shuttle: If you ride the beach shuttle, disembark at Palawan Kidz City/Opp Palawan Kidz City/Palawan West stop.

Sentosa Express: Riding the Sentosa Express is another mode of public transportation to get to HydroDash. Simply disembark at Beach Station and walk to The Palawan @ Sentosa. 

Car: For people who want to drive, the nearest car park is the Beach Station Car Park, Blue Zone. 

The Different Floats Available

In HydroDash, you can choose from several float options, each of them having its own unique characteristic. To help you narrow down your choices, here are some of the most popular floats:

  • Action Tower XXL. This float is noted for its high obstacles. Your endurance and your wits will be tested! Be prepared to climb, crawl, hang, slide, and jump off into the sea!
  • Monkey Bars. Inspired by the classic playground fixture, Monkey Bars aims to test the strength of your arm muscles. So, if you’re ready to flex, this float is the one for you.
  • Plank. The Plank is a simple-looking float, but don’t let its simplicity fool you. Balancing on this float is trickier than you think, but it’s definitely fun trying. For even more fun, challenge someone to dash across without falling.  
  • Springboard. Nothing beats the thrill of jumping from a high point and into the sea. If you’d like to get your heart pumping, conquer this jump tower—and don’t hesitate to get creative with your jumps!
  • Flip. If jumping isn’t enough for you, the Flip float might prove to be a worthy challenge. Get catapulted into the air on this exhilarating float! 

Requirements and Other Regulations

Before you come to HydroDash, it’s highly recommended that you check out the establishment’s Rider Agreement. This agreement lays down all the terms and conditions you need to follow to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

In summary, here are the general rules you need to remember:

  • You must be at least six years old and at least 1.1 meters tall to be admitted to the park. Children should also be accompanied by an adult. 
  • The aqua park is comprised of different modular components, which are designed to be walked or run on. For your safety, you’re not allowed to jump from module to module or from a trampoline to a module. 
  • Never ever swim under any module. 
  • When you’re about to jump or slide into the water, check if the water and landing area are clear. Also, diving head-first into the water is prohibited. 
  • Don’t climb immediately after someone since they might slip and fall on you. 
  • Always slide separately—no holding hands with someone else. 
  • Avoid wearing any pieces of jewelry, watches, and other accessories while exploring the float. 
  • You’re not allowed to bring any electronic devices onto the course. 
  • In the event of heavy rain, thunderstorms, and/or lighting, the park will be closed and will only reopen when the warning has been lifted. I recommend purchasing inclement weather insurance so that you can reschedule your visit if you want.

Other Safety Tips to Keep in Mind

In addition to the general rules, you should also keep in mind the following safety tips:

  • Follow the buddy system: each group should have two or three individuals. This is just to ensure that if something were to happen to you, someone could help immediately or call the attention of the park staff. 
  • Buoyancy aids will be provided, so make sure to wear yours at all times. It will also be helpful if you know the basics of swimming since you’ll be required to swim to reach the float from the shore. 
  • Wear the proper swimming attire—swimsuits, rash vests, or broad shorts. Also, make sure that your attire doesn’t have any rivets, buttons, or any other hard objects. 
  • Be careful when swimming; try not to disrupt any marine creatures. In particular, be on the lookout for jellyfish or stonefish; getting into contact with them will injure you. 
  • Don’t wear contact lenses when playing on the course, as they might slip or fall. 
  • Be sure to bring sunscreen and a sizeable water bottle to keep you hydrated. Don’t forget a towel as well for showering after your session. 
  • For your valuables, you can store them inside a locker. The locker facility is right beside the ticketing counter, and you’ll have to pay additional charges to have access. 
  • Try to arrive at the park at least 30 minutes before your session. That way, you have more time to change and prepare for the course.

Best Time to Go

Operating Hours

  • Monday to Friday—12 to 6 pm
  • Saturday and Sunday—10 am to 6 pm

HydroDash is open every day, so technically, you can come whenever you want. 

That said, I believe that the best time to come to this aqua park is when the tide is high. This is because you’re only allowed to jump off the float during high tide. 

You can check the tide timings on the National Environment Agency website. Before you book your session, check the page to see when high tide occurs. 

How much time should I spend in HydroDash?

You can book either a one-hour session or a two-hour session in HydroDash. 

In my opinion, one hour is enough time to spend in this park. After all, playing here is quite a workout. 

However, if you’re the active kind, then two hours might be the more viable option. It does give you more time to check out the other floats and challenge yourself to do more exciting stunts.

HydroDash Tickets

HydroDash has various ticket options, so you can pick one that suits your needs. If you have S$2 per person to spare, I recommend buying a ticket with inclement weather insurance because it allows you to change your session’s schedule. 

Here are the ticket options and their prices:

DurationPeak or Off-PeakPrice
1 HourPeakS$22
1 Hour (with Inclement Weather Insurance)PeakS$24
2 HoursPeakS$40
2 Hours (with Inclement Weather Insurance)PeakS$42

How do I purchase HydroDash tickets?

You can purchase HydroDash tickets through the ticketing counter on the premises or the website. 

That said, online booking is the preferred method because slots are limited per session. In other words, there’s a possibility that if you decide to purchase through the ticketing counter, your preferred session might be fully booked already. 

Are the tickets exchangeable or refundable?

Once the tickets are issued to you, they’re not refundable or exchangeable anymore. If you decide to change your mind and not show up on the day of your session, you won’t receive a refund or a reschedule.

That said, you’re given the opportunity to reschedule within 30 days if you have inclement weather insurance. Just take note that you can only reschedule once. 

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