Located at Pasir Ris Street 11, Aquaria Park is a calm and interesting community spot with a playground, an exercise corner, multiple resting spots and a running track. The name of the park seems to be inspired by an aquarium, and interestingly, there are different motifs of underwater creatures such as crabs and isopods to be scattered on the floor of the park.
Playground at Aquaria Park
The playground at Aquaria Park is not as big compared to many other playgrounds in other parks in Pasir Ris but has a few interesting climbing structures. One section that stands out in the playground is the warped green climbing structure which has easy to hold grips allowing kids of different ages to play on it.
There are palm trees decorating the playground and kids can choose to slide down two different slides on this playground structure. There is also a rock-climbing wall that is textured to resemble actual rocks and kids can try to climb and cross the wall from left to right. There is also a movable panel to play tic tac toe.
Exercise and IPPT area at Aquaria Park
As kids play, there is also an exercise corner for residents and visitors in the area to use. There are various exercises that can be done to strengthen the upper and lower body.
There is also a section that has equipment dedicated to assisting the exercises that are tested during fitness tests such as IPPT. The exercise area has pull-up bars as well as sit up benches. There is also a running track for runners to get a good cardio workout or for those who wish to practice for timed runs.