Sandwiched between Block 156 and 165 Simei Road, just behind the low-rise multi-storey car park, is the Simei Road Wallholla Playground.
Simei Road Wallholla Playground
The black-framed Simei vertical playground has an orange ribbon running through it. Like other Wallholla vertical playgrounds in Singapore, this play space provides a stack of opportunities for kids to climb and scamper about inside.
Entry into the Simei Road Wallholla playground is via an opening at the base of the structure. Alternatively, there are climbing handholds to reach up to openings on the second level of the playground.
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Inside the Simei Vertical Playground
Inside, there are hammock nets where kids can sit back and relax.
The Simei Road Wallholla playground also has a metal tube slide which leads out from the upper level of the play structure back to the padded ground below.
The structure is one of several pieces of play equipment that can be found in between Blocks 156 and 165.
There is a red-and-yellow, house-shaped play tower for toddlers and ring-shaped merry-go-round too.
A semi-circular arc-shaped climbing frame, together with a teeter-totter which young children can ride on, can also be found standing nearby. This is located close to the multi-storey car park.
At the other end of the community space, there is a fitness area equipped with some exercise gear.
There is a provision shop at Block 156 where kids can pick up some refreshments after expending energy at the playground.
Across Simei Road, there is another obstacle course playground.
A short distance away behind Block 162 is the Jalan Pelatok Park Open Space & Playground.