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Water Gun Battles, Dunking Machines & IG-Worthy Opps At This Month-Long Songkran Festival In Singapore

Super soaking good times ahead.

Water Gun Battles, Dunking Machines & IG-Worthy Opps At This Month-Long Songkran Festival In Singapore

You may be familiar with Songkran celebrations in Thailand, the convivial super-soaking festival on Apr 13 where people usher in the Thai New Year with water fights to symbolise cleansing and blessings.

While you may or may not be ready yet to travel to Thailand to soak up the fun, there’s no reason to miss out on the Songkran fun this year. Schlep over to Wild Wild Wet (WWW) for the Songkran Water Fest 2.0, on from Apr 1 to 30.

Tickets for the second edition of the festival are priced at $26 on weekdays, $35 on weekends, and $19 for children and seniors — all passes are inclusive of a $5 Ola Beach Club voucher. Each ticket also allows visitors to go on the standard rides at the waterpark.

Make a splash at a whole host of water battles (psst, there are four new water activities happening this year), try your luck at the giveaways, or refuel at the seven F&B stalls, hawking Thai nosh from the likes of Kin Kao Young to Siam Square Mookata.

Massive water gun battles are happening every hour from 1pm to 4pm at the Tsunami Pool.

Visitors are allowed to bring their own water guns — the bigger, the better, according to organisers — or use one of the 50 water guns at the Shiok River and Tsunami.

Grab a pal and duke it out with other duos in a water gun tag battle at this large inflatable maze (below). For an adrenaline rush, schlep over to giant inflatable water slides for thrill and spills, literally.

There’s also a cage dunk machine where you can take a shot at getting your friends dunked.

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