Jalan Bahar Park: Community Hub & Playground AKA Hong Kah Mini Park

Jalan Bahar Park: Community Hub & Playground At The Hong Kah Mini Park
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Jalan Bahar Park is a fairly sized open space along Jurong West Street 24. Located around the back of Corporation Primary School, the Jalan Bahar Park also has a playground as well as some sports facilities.

Jalan Bahar Park or Hong Kah Mini Park

The Community Hub was launched by Dr Amy Khor on 23 June 2018. The Jalan Bahar Park space is equipped with playground equipment for children of various ages.


Jalan Bahar Park Playground

Jalan Bahar Park Playground


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The Jalan Bahar Park Playground has a tall yellow tower with red enclosed slides. At the lower level of the play tower, there is a bridge which connects its to another shorter structure on the other side.

Unfortunately, the play tower looks like it is in need of a spruce up because it has been well-exposed to the elements.

Jalan Bahar Park Playground Equipment

Other variety of play equipment at the Jalan Bahar Park playground include an inclusive swing which can accommodate wheelchair users, and a structure that is accessible via low, gently sloped ramps.


Facilities at Jalan Bahar Park Community Hub / Hong Kah Mini Park

There is also a sheltered rest area for people to have a seat at the Jalan Bahar / Jurong West Street 24 Community Hub. There is also a larger sheltered event space with a mini stage as well at the Hong Kah Mini Park.

Facilities at Jalan Bahar Park Community Hub / Hong Kah Mini Park

There are jogging and cycling tracks too.

The Jalan Bahar Park is only a temporary site. Eventually, when the site is required for development, it will be removed. In the meanwhile, residents can enjoy the neighbourhood park and its open space.


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