Singapore largest outdoor skate park has opened at the northern end of Jurong Lake Gardens, part of Lakeside Garden section of the park.
Occupying the space alongside the MRT line at Boon Lay Way, the opening of the Skate Park at Lakeside Garden marks the completion of Lakeside Garden, which together with Chinese Garden and Japanese Garden make up Jurong Lake Garden.
Skate Park at Jurong Lake Gardens’ Lakeside Garden
The vibe at the Skate Park is definitely more youth oriented. There are several areas for skaters of different abilities.
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The most prominent space is the Plaza Pod, a 900 square metre sheltered area for skaters to enjoy time on the rail no matter rain or shine.
There are also areas for novice skaters such as mini ramp area and a mini bowl.
The Jurong Lake Gardens Skate Park also has a 280 metre long pump track. While skaters will natural want to try it out, we foresee daring bike riders trying it out too.
Parkour enthusiasts will enjoy the parkour area which has low walls and rails that allow them to practise the sport.
There is a bouldering wall thrown in for good measure too.
What Else is at the Northern End of Lakeside Garden
There is also a Rainforest Pavilion with toilet amenities. Also at the Rainforest Pavilion is a skateboard-themed cafe that will open in April.
Take a walk along Lakeside Green, an area with a short boardwalk that offers a southwards view of Jurong Lake Gardens. Visitors to Lakeside Green can also admire the pink flowering plants that beautify the area.
Also along the waterfront is the Jerung Bridge. Still closed off as of April 2023, it looks as it will connect towards Chinese Garden in the future and act as a path for those who wish to take a walk along the water’s edge of Jurong Lake.
Find out more about what else is at Jurong Lake Gardens with our park guide.