Power Tower Playgrounds: Elevating Play to New Heights

Tower Playgrounds: Elevated Play Spots

All kids have dreamt of living in a treehouse, darting along elevated walkways, high above the surrounding land below. While not exactly treehouses, several tower playgrounds and play spots in Singapore do provide kids the opportunity to take play off the ground and up in the air. Elevated playgrounds consist of towers and bridges. Cargo nets lead from the ground upwards to little hideaways perched above.

These playgrounds are both challenging and fun. They allow kids to expend their energy and, more importantly, build a healthy sense of adventure and self-confidence.

Tower Playgrounds with Bridges, Cargo Nets and Climbing Structures in Singapore

1. Woodlands Waterfront Park

https://www.littledayout.com/2014/10/09/woodlands-waterfront-sea-land-and-sky/Admiralty Road West

Woodlands Waterfront is not only home to one the longest jetties in Singapore but one of the most exciting elevated playgrounds too. “Crows nests” are interconnected by chain-link bridges at this coastal park playground. Rope ladders and climbing nets provide multiple entryways for kids to get to the fun above.

READ: Woodlands Waterfront: Sea, Land and Sky

2. Marine Cove

Marine Cove Playground1000 East Coast Parkway, Singapore 449876

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At the centre of the Marine Cove Playground is a red “lighthouse” play tower. A raised cargo net tunnel is connected to the play tower, providing an alternative route in and out.

READ: Marine Cove Playground – For Families at East Coast Park

3. Tampines Green Forest Park

Tampines Green Forest Park Playground879A Tampines Avenue 8, Singapore 521879

Scale the hexagonal spaces of a climbing net to get up the towers at Tampines Green Forest Park. This earthy brown playground has sky cabins raised up above ground. Cabins are interconnected by a series of netted bridges.

READ: Tampines Green Forest Park & Playground: Cargo Net Course

4. Forest Adventure

Forest Adventure825 Bedok Reservoir Road, Singapore 479244

Experience adventure among the trees at Forest Adventure. This rope adventure course at Bedok Reservoir Park is perfect for both kids and adults to challenge themselves and build confidence. And it comes with an awesome view too.

READ: Forest Adventure: Taking Fun to New Heights at Bedok Reservoir Park

5. Jurong East Street 32 Playground

Jurong East Street 32 PlaygroundBlock 306 Jurong East Street 32, SIngapore 600306 

Two rustic “cottages” sit atop green “trees” at Jurong East Street 32. The two shelters are connected by a netted walkway. Climb a rope ladder up at one end and twirl down the slide at the other.

6. TreeTop Walk

Treetop Walk at Central Catchment Nature ReserveMacRitchie Reservoir, enter via Venus Drive

For a truly elevated perspective on nature, make the trek to the TreeTop Walk at the Central Catchment Area. The 250-metre long suspension bridge connects Bukit Peirce and Bukit Kalang, the two highest points in MacRitchie.

READ: TreeTop Walk: Scenic Aerial Views of the Rainforest Canopy

MORE: 15 of the Best Outdoor Playgrounds in Singapore

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