Surf’s Up!

On top of the sun, sea and sand, check out the fourth “S” just off our sunny island at Wave House Sentosa, Singapore’s first and only simulated wave surfing outfit—without the fear of sandflies, salty water or a stranded child at sea.

A shallow non-curling endless wave resting upon a plastic surface, the Double FlowRider is the more basic ride of the two waves at Wave House Sentosa. It is also where beginners develop better balancing skills as well as focus, before moving on to the speedier and more challenging stand-up ride at the tubed FlowBarrel.

But whether you opt for bodyboarding or stand-up rides, there will be skilled instructors to guide both you and your child. Besides concentration and balance, kids will also discover the determination and discipline that they require to conquer the waves.

What’s more, Wave House Sentosa offers a great bargain with its “1 for 1” Wednesdays, which allows a child to ride for free with every paying parent.

After an exciting yet exhausting splash of a time flowriding, sit back and relax together at the Californian and Asian beachfront alfresco restaurant by Wave House and unwind under the setting Sentosa sun.

Wave House Sentosa
36 Siloso Beach Walk Singapore 099007
Prices range from $35 for one hour on the Flowrider on weekdays to $400 for private bookings on the weekends.
To note: Minimum age requirement of 6 years and above, as well as a height requirement of 107cm for the FlowRider and Flowbarrel, and 133cm for the Flowboard.


Categories: Eateries, Full Day, Good Value, High Impact, Hobbies & Crafts, Miscellaneous, Nearby, Playspace, Rides, Attractions, Sports

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