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Why Port of Lost Wonder is special ?
Port of Lost Wonder is Singapore's first kids' club by the Beach. Designed to provide a unique experience of family bonding, the attraction houses a signature water play area, themed islets for picnics and leisure activities and distinctive retail and dining experiences for the very young and young at heart.
What to explore at Port of Lost Wonder?
Port Belly provides the entire family with a delectable and fun selection of meals and Just Wonder's wide range of merchandise lets you bring home a piece of Port of Lost Wonder. With a myriad of specially-designed activities such as Pots & Planks, seasonal workshops and even a Bubble Party on weekends aimed at satisfying wonder, curiosity and connection, it is here where families can come together to explore and discover new experiences and create unforgettable memories.
Looking for a unique party venue or the most memorable excursion experience? Port Of Lost Wonder promises you the most awesome party experience with our party packages and an excursion that the little ones will remember for a long time to come. Click here for more information, or check our POLW Facebook page for the latest updates and to catch the latest workshops and special activities.
How to get to Port of Lost Wonder?
From Beach Station, take a short 5-minute walk towards Palawan Beach to start your adventure! Alternatively, you may take the Palawan-Tanjong Beach Tram and alight at the first tram-stop outside POLW.
- Great for small kids
- Lots of activities
- Awesome for Toddlers/Kids
- The coolest evening spent at the lowest price
- For both adult and kids
Tips for you
“Good for kids under 11” Went there with family to celebrate kid's birthday. After flashing our admission tickets, we recieved 100 curios(a currency used to participate in certain activities). The restrooms were empty so we got changed fairly quickly. The main attraction 'the pirate ship' was out in the Centre of the waterpark with multiple colourful slides, some water cannons that shot water at high power, and a giant bucket at the top that was filled with water and dumped on people sitting under it. The curios required for the special activities there ranged from 20-80 curios. These activities consisted of bubble baths, mural paintings and much more. There was also two construction grounds in which blue rubber blocks of all shapes and sizes could be used to make imaginative shapes and structures. Relating back to my title, I realised that older kids may feel bored of the place easily. My teenage kid told me that the slides were slow, the queues were long and the activies looked boring. In the end, he spent most of his time under the shade of the pirate ship. In conclusion, this will be fun and exciting for young kids