Happy Fish Indoor Heated Pool @ Wild Wild Wet (Coming Soon)
We will be located inside Wild Wild Wet.
Say goodbye to harmful UV and cold & heavy chlorinated water. Our indoor pool is running on high-quality salt chlorinator combined with UV & Ionizer system. UV is the non-chemical technology used by New York City to purify drinking water. The results are equally impressive in swimming pools. You'll enjoy a pool that is safe, healthy, and a lot easier to manage. UV does the heavy lifting which lowers chlorine demand up to 90%. Bacteria and other disinfection by-products are safely eliminated.
We maintain pool temperature at 30-32 Celsius during lesson time, so be assured to enjoy the warm crystal clear water and say goodbye to shivers, stinging eyes, dry hair and skin!
Wild Wild Wet Admission
Admission ticket (Day Pass) is required to enter Wild Wild Wet. For more info, visit Wild Wild Wet Day Pass
In collaboration with Wild Wild Wet, sign up for swim lesson with Happy Fish Swim School @ Wild Wild Wet and receive 2 adults plus 1 child* Wild & Wet Premium Membership annual passes worth $344. *1 Child Wild & Wet Premium Membership will be allocated to the registered student.
An annual registration fee of $100 (incl. GST) is required for swimming lessons at Happy Fish Swim School @ Wild Wild Wet. Registration fee for additional student will be $35 per annum (incl. GST) and with 1 child Wild & Wet Premium Membership allocated to this student. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to lesson to register for your Wild & Wet Premium Membership. (One-time process).
1 Pasir Ris Cl, Singapore 519599
|Monday to Sunday:|
|9.00am – 9.00pm|
|Except Public Holiday|
|25m Indoor Heated Pool|
|10 Baby Shower Basin|
|WWW Shower Rooms|
Wild Wild Wet Highlights
– 16 exhilarating water slides and features
– Adrenaline – pumping rides for thrill seekers to relaxing and gentle ones suitable for young children
– One of Singapore largest water parks
– Awarded Tripzilla Best Family Attraction 2017
– Lifeguards trained in stringent international standards