Sentosa’s Port of Lost Wonder reopens water play area

By Lynn Wee   — February 06, 2017
  • Sentosa’s Port of Lost Wonder reopens water play area
    1 / 4 Sentosa’s Port of Lost Wonder reopens water play area

    By Lynn Wee

    Good news! The iconic Port of Lost Wonder which has ceased all operations since Dec 27, 2016, has reopened its water play area.  

    Due to popular request, families can now have access to its signature water play area – the Pirate Ship which is now known as the ‘Palawan Pirate Ship’.

    (Click on arrows in photos to find out more)  

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  • Families can enjoy this water play area for free
    2 / 4 Families can enjoy this water play area for free

    Play zones such as the Curiosity Island, the Play Den, the Picnic Area and all other scheduled activities are no longer in operation, but kids can still enjoy the eye-catching ship – for free. 

    Designed for children aged three to 10 years old, the water playground can accommodate up to 100 kids at any one time. 

    The little ones can also take part in a good water gun adventure or climb up and slide down the ship structure while parents park themselves at the sheltered rest areas and benches located nearby. 

    Related: Video: Port of Lost Wonder at Sentosa to close for good

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  • Parents can continue to host their kid's birthday party here
    3 / 4 Parents can continue to host their kid's birthday party here

    Parents looking for a place to host their little one’s birthday party can continue to do so with the two existing party packages. 

    The Ultimate Island party will be held at the Celebration Island while the Little Explorers party at the Party Cove Tent.  

    Both party settings are located just next to the water play area, and are only opened during party bookings. 

    Related: Manage her birthday party expectations 

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  • Details of the reopened Palawan Pirate Ship
    4 / 4 Details of the reopened Palawan Pirate Ship

    Venue: Palawan Pirate Ship, Palawan Beach 

    Time: 10.00am to 6.00pm daily, until further notice

    Price: Free 

    Find out more: www.sentosa.com.sg/Explore/Attractions/Palawan-Pirate-Ship 

    Besides the reopened Palawan pirate ship, parents can also bring their little ones to visit other family-friendly activities nearby – such as Kidzania Singapore and Mosh! 

    (Photos: Sentosa Development Corporation)

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