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Lockers, towels and life vests for children are available for rent at Singapore Sal's and High 'n Dry. Life vests are provided free of charge for Guests who wish to leave an identification card. Towels cost $2.00 each to rent. Lockers cost $8 for small and $10 for large, plus a $5 refundable deposit.

Lockers are located adjacent to the main dressing room and at the restrooms near Shark Reef.

Small lockers measure 12" Tall, 12 " Wide & 16" Deep.
Large lockers measure 18" Tall, 18 " Wide & 16" Deep.

Parking and inner tube usage are included with admission in each Water Park.

For your safety, recreational flotations are not permitted in the surf pool.

One piece bathing suits are recommended for women who intend to use the large water slides such as Humunga Kowabunga.

Swim attire with rivets, buckles or exposed metal is not permitted on the attractions.

There are picnic areas where you may enjoy your own food, however, please note that no alcoholic beverages or glass containers are permitted.

For the comfort and safety of all guests and cast members, smoking is only permitted in designated areas only.

No running or diving permitted.

Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult.

Please note that each attraction has its own guidelines. Most require that you be in good health and of certain age or height to participate.

Disney's Typhoon Lagoon may close due to inclement weather or maximum guest capacity. Admission media is non-refundable.

For your safety, diaper-age children must wear plastic pants or swim diapers.


Arrive early on busy days to claim your spot on the beach, or to secure a lounger.

When arriving at the park, start at the back of the park and make your way to the front, since it tends to fill up faster in the front.

Take your own towel with you to save queueing for one.

The ground can get very hot, so water shoes are recommended.

During the busy summer months, the best time to visit is after 3 p.m.

Tired of water slides? Hop into Castaway Creek and relax!

A lot of people leave when it starts to rain, but if it's only a brief shower, sit it out under shelter and the park will be a lot emptier when the rain stops.

There's no need for waterproof watches — you can always check the time on the Park's Clock Tower.

Measure your child's height before you arrive at the Park so you know which attractions he or she is able to ride.



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