Located beside Whampoa River, McNair Towers is a set of apartment blocks across the river from St George’s Tower. The McNair Towers playground, or more rightfully playgrounds, is a neighbourhood play spot where kids can enjoy scrambling around purple and yellow play equipment.
McNair Towers Playground
There are two McNair Towers playgrounds, one in front of Block 113B, facing Whampoa River, and another at Block 113C.
The McNair Towers playground at Block 113B consists of a series of elevated platforms. Kids can make use of interconnecting pathways to move from one platform to another. Even climbing up on to the platforms can be an adventure. There is a cargo net as well as a rather steep ladder which they can use to ascend the playground.
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Two slides, one purple and another yellow connect the raised platform to the ground. A chicken-shaped, orange teeter-totter look on from nearby.
There are also other opportunities for climbing around the playground with panels with handholds that kids can grip on to.
The McNair Tower playground at Block 113C continues with theme of platforms and climbing fun.
Similarly decked out in a yellow and purple livery, the playground also has climbing nets and panel for kids to reach the top of the elevated platforms.
There is also an elephant shaped teeter-totter at the soft-padded floor playground.
More Play Opportunities Across Whampoa River
If you wish to explore more fun around the neighbourhood, head across the river to the St George’s Tower playground which has a basket swing and bouncy netted “trampoline”. Find out more about the St George’s Tower playground.