Snow City, Singapore
Snow City - A Quick Overview[Contribute/Review]
Address: 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433
Ticket Price: 15 SGD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:45 am - 05:15 pm Details
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About Snow City, Singapore
When it is quite hot in Singapore, tourists should definitely head for Snow city as it is known for winter fun, snow and cold temperatures. This is an entertaining family attraction and has various activities that involve snow. The snow is artificiallally created so while there is sweltering heat outside, you will be able to experience a chill like no other here.There is a polar bear gallery too. There is a snow chamber too wherein winter activities like skiing, sledding, snowboarding and tubing can be enjoyed. Various things like gloves, jackets, boots and snowboards are available on rent.
Snow City is one of the attractions added in Singapore itinerary 5 days. Must visit this awesome attraction.
Snow City Information
- All age groups can enjoy.
- Various things like gloves, jackets, boots and snowboards are available on rent.
- VISA, Mastercard and Amex cards acceptable.
- Bring long trousers and socks.
Snow City Ticket Prices
- Ticket Price: $10 - $15
- Depending on activities, rates vary.
- Adults: Singapore Dollar15
- Kids: Singapore Dollar12
- Non-Singaporeans: Singapore Dollar18 (adults and kids both)
For additional price details, visit the official website.
Snow City Opening and Closing Hours
- On school and public holidays: 9:45 am to 6:00 pm
How To reach Snow City by Public Transport
- Jurong East
- Bus: 66, 178, 198 and 335
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Snow City, Singapore Reviews
It's really good for kids, my little cousin loved it! For people who doesn't have winter in it's country, Snow City is a great experience. But it's too pricey for just a small "snow city", and the small slides for kids are not slippery. For teens or adults, the big slide is the only fun thing to do and to dress up. Tips : bring gloves so you can play with the snow (for people who have no experience of holding snow, its so coold)
My first and my last visit here. Did not expect the place to be small and less activity. It was definitely a one time thing only. Some of the staff were friendly but some just can't be bothered and completely ignored the visitors. A good experience of "real snow". Maybe this place is good for kids.....
I appreciate that it must cost a fortune to run the centre but for $40 I find it extremely disappointing! There is little to nothing for small children to do apart from slip and fall all over the place as it is very badly maintained and the ice is very patchy. Their anti slip mats are covered in ice and you still land up slipping everywhere! You are not permitted to take photos inside the snow zone and there are photographers around to take photos if they bothered to get off their phones and pay attention to the clients instead of their own personal conversations with each other. And then to top it off you get charged $25 for one photo!!! Then you go get your hot chocolate at the end only for it to be served boiling hot to a 2yr old. And apparently (in a snow centre) they don't have ice blocks or cold milk to help cool it down! The general state of the centre is pretty run down with every toilet they have being broken and the jackets and shirts that are given to you being extremely used! I would strongly think twice about bringing children here unless you required ski or snowboard boarding practice!
It's fun but little bit small area and not many things to play. Mainly for taking photos. Anyway, warm clothes are somehow, very smelly...
So you pay to get in and they don't allow you to take photos. They have these camera people taking pictures instead and they yell at you if you weren't paying attention to the restriction and take a photo of your kids sliding down a miserable looking slide. The place is chaotic and the required clothing provided were poor quality and dirty. Seriously not worth it. If you want to see snow go to Japan or New Zealand for the real deal.