After two years of hiatus, Singapore Wake Park is now officially open for people to try out what wakeboarding is like! The one and only available cable-ski attraction here in Singapore caters to people even with no experiences. The park offers three different levels, progressing from beginner to intermediate and lastly, advanced.
It was my first time trying out wakeboarding and I didn’t know what to expect. I was nervous and afraid that I would not be able to get the hang of this water sport. Despite the many challenges faced when learning, the instructors were patient in guiding me through all of it. Within a short span of time, I got the hang of it and progressed from the first level to the second where instead of having the cable just pulling me straight, there are turns that I need to learn to negotiate. No doubt, I had the best time facing all the different challenges and getting my adrenaline fixed. It was absolutely amazing and exhilarating! So if it’s your first time trying out wakeboarding, you don’t have to worry at all! At all times, there will always be a qualified instructor there to guide you through and trust me, these professionals are very friendly and patient!
After having so much fun, you’re bound to get hungry and thirsty. Fret not, Singapore Wake Park’s Cafe & Bar (Coastal Rhythm Cafe) has got your back! With available free wifi, the cafe & bar offers both alcoholic & non-alcoholic drinks to cool you down under our Singapore’s extreme weather. They also serve a large variety of western cuisine and cafe-style dishes to fuel you up for your next round of fun!
Wondering where to keep your belongings while you’re wakeboarding and where to get yourself all cleaned up after it? Bring your own padlocks because there will be free lockers in the changing rooms where you can keep your bags and other belongings. Don’t worry, there are shower rooms inside as well.
Address: 1206A East Coast Parkway Singapore 449891.
Contact: 6636 4266 to ride, or 6636 3705 for food-related enquiries.
Rates: $40 on weekdays, $60 on weekends.
Opening Hours of Park:
Mondays – Fridays, 10AM – 10PM
Saturdays, Sundays & PH, 9AM – 10PM
Opening Hours of Coastal Rhythm Cafe:
Mondays – Thursdays, 10AM – 11PM
Fridays & Eve of PH, 10AM – 1AM
Saturdays, 9AM – 1AM
Sundays & PH, 9AM – 11PM
Getting there: By Bus: Board buses 401 (operates only on Saturdays and Sundays) and 197 from Bedok Interchange. Alight at Laguna Park and walk 1km through the Pedestrian Tunnel to Singapore Wake Park.
By Car/Taxi: Via ECP highway, exit 7A and take the Laguna Flyover into East Coast Park Service Road. Park at Car Park E1 and walk 500m to Singapore Wake Park.
Editorial by Marcus Chew