Beat the heat and humidity, and escape to a winter wonderland at Snow City Singapore, the only indoor snow park in the country. Featuring a 12,917-square-foot (1,200-square-meter) snow chamber maintained at a chilly 23˚F (-5˚C), Snow City gives you the rare opportunity to play in the snow while vacationing in the tropics. The Basics
With a constant 16 inches (40 centimeters) of man-made snow, Snow City Singapore is divided into several different areas. Admire life-size snow sculptures in the Arctic Snow Playground, and experience a blizzard in the Snow Field. Peek inside an igloo in the Traditional Inuit’s Home, then race down a 3-story-high snow slope on a tube at the Arctic Snow Slide. Finally, check out the interactive, educational Sub-Zero exhibition.
Sessions at Snow City Singapore are available in 1-hour increments.
Things to Know Before You Go
How to Get There
- Snow City Singapore is ideal for families with kids, and anyone looking to cool off.
- The entrance fee includes the use of winter jackets and boots.
- Personal cameras aren’t permitted; photos can be purchased from professional photographers on-site.
- Outside food and drinks aren’t permitted; a snack shop and restaurant are on-site.
- Take care when walking on the snow and ice.
Take the MRT to Jurong East station. Then, transfer to bus 66 or 335, or walk about 10 minutes. Buses 178 and 198 also stop near Snow City. Paid parking is available for those driving. When to Get There
Open daily, Snow City Singapore has extended hours on school and public holidays. Maintenance closures occur a few times a year and are listed on Snow City’s website.
Science Centre Singapore
Located near Snow City Singapore, the science center offers a fun, learning-filled experience for the whole family. Browse more than 100 interactive exhibits on a variety of science-related topics, such as the human body, the solar system, and inventions. Science Centre Singapore also hosts a number of educational programs in conjunction with Snow City Singapore.