Tampines GreenWeave Playground: Weaving Bridges And Tall Towers

Tampines Greenweave Playground: Weaving Bridges and Tall Towers
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The Nature Tower Playground at Tampines GreenWeave encourages the imagination of children of all ages. This playground is designed by Playpoint and has a total of four playground areas with customised towers. Many of the structures mimic a weaving motion, which is fitting for the Tampines GreenWeave playground.


Tampines GreenWeave Playground: Two Towers with Twisted Bridge

Two Towers with Twisted Bridge

Located at block 609A, the main feature is two towers with see-through netted walls connected by a uniquely designed bridge with a twisted structure. Children can get some fun in the sun and also navigate this interesting looking bridge.


Hammock Forest

Hammock Forest


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There are multiple ways to climb up towards the bridge and there is also a slide that one can play on. There are seats that resemble a forest of hammocks and children can sway gently on them or choose to use them as steps to climb and reach the other side of the climbing tower.


Toddler Play Area

Toddler play area

Located a short walk away is a playground suitable for toddlers as the structures are smaller and have more visually interactive element such as the windows shaped like flowers as well as a little window with a mail sign in it.

mini climbing wall and a net

There is also a mini climbing wall and a net to cross from one end to the other. Little ones can also slide down the mini slide in the same area.


Three Play Towers

Three Play Towers

In the same precinct are nature-inspired tree towers. Located at Block 612B, this structure at the Tampines GreenView playground has three towers with white mast-like covers and a long slide right at the centre of the structure. The towers are linked by both netted and wooden bridges, letting kids have a variety of elements to play with.


Climbing Nets and Trampolines

Climbing Nets and Trampolines

The rope nets inside the tower are also another way kids can up to the main bridge. There is also a small wooden bridge located separately for kids to test their balancing skills. There are also rocking seats and ropes for kids to climb on and across.

mini trampoline

There is also a mini trampoline located in the middle of a small hill. It is also best suited for younger kids to play on.

The Tampines GreenWeave playground and Tampines GreenView playground are located at Tampines North Drive 1


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