Neighbourhood Water Parks: Community Water Play Areas In The Heartlands

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Neighbourhood playgrounds typically consist of the play equipment such as slides, climbing frames and teeter-totters. However, there are some places where you can find neighbourhood water playgrounds – wet areas where kids can have splashing fun without having to venture too far away from home.

Here are three neighbourhood water parks in Singapore, perfect for enjoying a soak on those blazing hot days in the tropics.

Neighbourhood Water Play Areas

Oasis Waterpark @ Nee Soon East

Oasis @ Yishun Community Water ParkOpened in June 2019, Oasis Waterpark @ Nee Soon East is located close to Block 307 Yishun Ring Road and features several water play areas.

There are swishing buckets of water, a mini water slide, wading pools and mist spray area, it is a fun place for kids to enjoy the pleasures of water play together. Entry to this Yishun community water park is free and all are welcomed to enjoy the facilities.

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Jelutung Harbour Park

Jelutung Harbour Park Water PlaygroundReopened in September 2018, Jelutung Harbour Park not only has a number of dry playgrounds but a wet play area too. The Jelutung Harbour Park water playground is operational from 9.30 am to 9.30 pm. It has a nautical theme with jets of water and spray cannons for kids to have fun playing on. Changing rooms are also located at the park.

Choa Chu Kang Transport-themed Water Play Area

Choa Chu Kang Transport-themed Water Play AreaLocated under the shelter of the MRT train tracks, beside the Keat Hong Community Club and a stone’s throw from Choa Chu Kang MRT and Lot One (which also has a water playground) is a mini water play area. This transport-themed water play area has a centrepiece which incorporates a VW van and old-style steam locomotive into its design.

Fuel PumpKids can also play at a fountain designed to look like a fuel pump. The water play area operates from 10 am to 2 pm, 4 pm to 8 pm.

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