The Bukit Batok SkyPeak playground is actually made up of two separate play areas, one for older kids and another for the younger age set.
This interesting netted playground reminds us of a space-time warp, one where a heavy mass object or a black hole is changing the continuum of space.
Bukit Batok SkyPeak Playground for Older Kids
Located in front of Block 292B Bukit Batok East Avenue 6 is the first Bukit Batok SkyPeak playground. This play area features a mound with a steel frame structure inside.
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A climbing net has been stretched out across the frame. However, it is not just a regular shaped net. Instead, at the very centre is a hole where which almost looks like it is drawing those who play on it to the centre.
In fact, it is this that reminds us a black hole in space, drawing everything in.
To escape from the gravity of the black hole, kids will need to make their way to the topmost part of the climbing frame. There they will find an escape route in the form of a yellow slide that leads out of the mound.
Also around the Bukit Batok SkyPeak playground, there is a space-age looking seesaw for two.
This Bukit Batok SkyPeak playground is located to the rear of Bukit View Primary School.
Playground for Preschoolers
The second SkyPeak playground is a distance away in front of Block 293, just beside PCF Sparkletots.
As this is designed for younger kids, this playground is much lower than the other. However, it does still feature a mound which forms something similar to a crater.
There is also a low slide for kids to enjoy the trip down the crater.
Around the playground, there are orbs. Perhaps these are supposed to be planets?
There are also low hammock swings and little spring see-saws at this toddler playground.
Other playgrounds in the vicinity that you can check out include the playground at Fuji Hill.