Playgrounds in Singapore

Playground, Gardens by the Bay

“Play is the work of a child,” said Maria Montessori. And there is no better place to play than at a playground in Singapore. At a playground, kids can discover the environment around them, learn to challenge their abilities and how to socialise with others.

There are plenty of different playgrounds in Singapore. These include outdoor playgrounds, indoor playgrounds, shopping centre playgrounds and water playgrounds.

Have fun discovering the many playgrounds in Singapore.

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Zhenghua Nature Park: At the Edge of Nature

In November 2015, a 3.8-hectare extension was officially added to the Zhenghua Nature Park. Located at Segar Road, close to residential flats, this extension includes a sand-based children’s playground, an open green and amenities...
Bishan Clock Playground: Time To Play

Bishan Clock Playground: Time To Play

Stand at the edge of the Bishan bus interchange is the Bishan Clock Playground. This classic mosaic playground stands frozen in time, watching as traffic passes by at the nearby road in front of...
Nestopia: A Grand Adventure Exploring New Heights At Siloso Beach

Nestopia: A Grand Adventure Exploring New Heights At Siloso Beach

Walking along the Siloso Beach, a trio of wired nest-like climbing structures with two of the longest-ever gleaming spiral slides greeted us. We had just gotten our first glimpse of Nestopia, Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort...
Sketch People & Animals - Refreshed Future World Singapore: New Exhibits And Experiences At ArtScience Museum

Refreshed Future World Singapore: New Exhibits And Experiences At ArtScience Museum

Since its opening, Future World Singapore at ArtScience Museum has been dazzling visitors with its blend of digital and interactive artworks. From 1 September 2018, this permanent gallery at the Marina Bay Sands museum will...
Rainbow Net at Kidzland

Kidzland at The Grandstand: Indoor Playground & Kiddy Entertainment Centre

An indoor playground inside a children’s game arcade? With crafting activities too? That must sound like music to little ears and that’s what you get at Kidzland at The Grandstand.The indoor playground is just...
Pirate Land Indoor Playground at Centrepoint

Pirate Land Indoor Playground at Centrepoint: For Kid Adventurers In Town

Pirate Land at Centrepoint is an indoor playground and play centre on the third floor of the Orchard Road shopping mall. Offering a variety of activities for kids, it is a hideaway for kids...
Lot One Playground

Lot One Playground: Rooftop Garden Play Spot

Located on the rooftop garden of the Choa Chu Kang mall is the Lot One Playground. This playground includes both wet and dry play areas for children between the ages of 5 to 12...
Jem Play Playground Version 2.0 - Free Indoor Playgrounds in Singapore

Jem Play Playground: New Netted Playground In The West

The Jem Play Playground has been renovated.The old mudskipper playground on the fifth floor of the Jurong East shopping mall has now taken on a new form. Netted Playground The Jem Play Playground is now a...
Bukit Panjang Plaza Playground

Bukit Panjang Plaza Playground: Little Play Spot for Little Ones

Hidden away in a small L-shaped alcove on the fourth floor of the shopping mall is the Bukit Panjang Plaza Playground. The outdoor rooftop playground offers a simple play spot for little ones and...
Lazy Rivers in Singapore

Lazy Rivers in Singapore: Where To Find Them

There is something relaxing about floating along a lazy river and, thankfully, there are quite a few lazy rivers in Singapore. From jungle-themed lazy rivers to ones with curtains water, you can look forward...
Northpoint City Playground: Splish-Splash At The Mall

Northpoint City Playground: Splish-Splash At The Mall Rooftop

The Northpoint City Playground, on the roof terrace of the mall's North Wing is an awesome FREE outdoor playground. Known simply as The Playground, it is split into two areas - a mini dry playground,...
Lower Seletar Reservoir Park

Lower Seletar Reservoir Park: Water Play Area, Kayaking and More

If you have ever taken the train between Khatib and Yio Chu Kang stations, you would have looked out the waters of Lower Seletar Reservoir and greenery of Lower Seletar Reservoir Park.Up until 1992,...
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