Tampines Park: Playground, Fitness Corner and Ponds

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A quaint spot nestled in the midst of a residential neighbourhood, Tampines Park offers a spot of greenery for those who wish to enjoy some fresh air. It is a simple spot with lots of lush greenery in the midst of Tampines. The Tampines Park is great for walks, jogging, exercising and for dog owners to take their dogs out for a walk. There are a variety of play elements and facilities for the residents in the area too.


Playground at Tampines Park

Playground at Tampines Park

The playground at Tampines Park is one with two structures linked together by a netted bridge. Kids can find on one side of the structure play elements such as rock climbing walls, tunnels, and a climbing ladder. There are also platforms with lookout points as well as multiple slides that allow kids to slide down in pairs or by themselves.

There is a rope bridge that links one of the structures to another structure consisting of mostly slides. There is a net that is in the middle of the bridge for kids who decide to change their route as they play. On the second structure, kids can enjoy two bright curved yellow slides, one of which is covered and the other is open. There is also a blue slide that has a longer curve.


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Fitness Corner at Tampines Park

Fitness Corner at Tampines Park

Those who wish to get some exercise can do so at the Fitness Corner at Tampines Park. There are pull up bars of various heights as well as a few sit up benches which can also double up as a platform to do exercises that require a bench. The area is padded making it suitable for static exercises such as jumping or planks.


Pond at Tampines Park

Pond at Tampines Park

Residents that live near Tampines Park will be aware of the pond that is in the park. Visitors can take a stroll and admire the pond which is home to happy fishes such as Tilapia. There used to be turtles at the pond but they no longer seem to be sighted as often at this space.


Resting areas at Tampines Park

Resting areas at Tampines Park

There are multiple shaded areas and benches that residents can sit and rest at while taking a stroll at Tampines Park. It is not fully sheltered but the plats and wooden beams with plants overhead provide some shade on sunny days.

open area with some platforms

There is also an open area with some platforms which make good community gathering spots for activites such as exercise.

Tampines Park is located at Tampines Ave 5. See other parks in Singapore here.


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