New Safe Management Measure At Far East Organization Children’s Garden From 4 Sep

New Safe Management Measure At Far East Organization Children’s Garden From 4 Sep
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Gardens by the Bay’s Far East Organization Children’s Garden is a popular spot for families and kids looking for a spot of fun in town. Those who intend to pay the outdoor playground a visit in September should take note of new capacity limits being put in place at the children’s garden.


One Adult to One Child at Far East Organization Children’s Garden from 4 Sep

One Adult to One Child at Far East Organization Children's Garden from 4 Sep

In order to ensure adequate space for everyone to practise safe distancing, Gardens by the Bay has announced that each child at Far East Organization Children’s Garden can only be accompanied by one adult from Friday, 4 September 2020 onwards.

This date coincides with the start of the September school holidays 2020 in Singapore. It is a timely announcement to prevent overcrowding at the popular playground.

Gardens by the Bay also shared that peak times at the Children’s Garden are on weekends and public holidays from 10 am to 12 pm and 4 pm to 6 pm. Those who don’t want to encounter huge crowds should ideally avoid these times.

For those who have yet to visit the Gardens by the Bay Children’s Garden, here is a video of the playground (shot before the pandemic).

Alternative playgrounds to explore around Singapore include this northern playground and this other one which is fairly new. They may not be quite as large as the Far East Organization Children’s Garden but they won’t be as crowded either.


Staying Safe

In another announcement, Gardens by the Bay also reminded everyone to keep their face masks on at all times, even when taking personal photos at the Gardens.

Singapore is still in Phase 2 Safe Reopening. Let’s all remain vigilant and safe when heading out and about so that we can all enjoy days out.

For more ideas on what to do with kids during the September school holidays 2020 in Singapore, click here.