We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
An exhibition demonstrating how Singapore cope with their water supply problem. Note that you need to have online reservation for the tour and public transportation is not accessible to the centre as of today.
If you are looking for a free indoor (or air conditioned) attraction, this can be one of them. Went there with two primary school aged children and it was both educational and interesting. What you need to do is to book the tour via their...More
Be sure to check out the tour schedules first before heading to the centre. They offer free tour to brief visitors about water recycling in sg. We didn't so we had to join halfway through and missed some infos. Overall tour was quick and informative,...More
I am impressed how technology has advanced and is used to improve our daily needs and battles mother's nature of drought and pollution. This is the very essence of what our future holds when technology is used correctly. I am proud that this technology is...More
I had to travel there by Uber as public transportation was far-ish from that area. Do book in advance on their website. There are only 120 spaces, and most of the spaces are booked up by tour companies because it is free. It was a...More
NEWater is the brand name given to reclaimed water produced by Singapore's Public Utilities Board. It is treated wastewater (sewage- they call it as used water) that has been purified using dual-membrane (via microfiltration and reverse osmosis) and ultraviolet technologies, in addition to conventional water...More
I am a fan of Singapore.Its amazingly that such a small country can be on top in many domains.One is certainly water processing.
In "newater visiting centre" you can see how they make of used water (they wont call it waste water) new water of...More
The visit is free and it is very informative and educational. I learnt few basic facts on NEWater:
One third of Singapore water needs is fulfilled with the help of Newater Technology. There are four Newater plants in Singapore and one of the processes include...More