Fun reigns at the Waterway Point Playground that includes an outdoor play zone that includes rope-climbing, slides and trampolines at the dry zone along with a water-tastic wet area for the kids to enjoy a bout of splishy-splashy fun.
Happy Park Reopened
After being closed during the pandemic, the Waterway Point water playground at Level 2 – Happy Park has reopened.
Waterway Point Playground
The following review was originally published in 2016.
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Keeping with the terraced riverside theme of the Punggol shopping mall, the Waterway Point Playground Happy Park has a meandering mini river loop surrounded by padded terrain.
Of course, it also has a fantastic view of the waterway.
Water Play at Waterway Point Playground
The wet play area centres around a small lake with flowing water and cushy lilypad-like stepping stones.
Water curtains and jet sprays are a great way to keep cool in the outdoor heat.
There are also mini fountains that are great for young toddlers who might be intimidated by watersprays. Great for simple water play!
Dry Zone at Waterway Point Playground
Just like the water play area, the dry zone is padded underfoot.
Tunnel slides are a central feature of the dry playground at Waterway Point.
The shorter slides will attract the younger set, as they are less scary. The kids can get to the top of these small slides by climbing the padded terraced slopes.
Kids can bounce to their hearts’ content on the trampolines located at the Waterway Point playground, overlooking the view of the waterway.
For less intense play, there’s a hammock and a low spiderweb climbing structure.
The “rabbit holes” lead to a small cave beneath the terraces.
From within the mini caves, kids can peer out of the bubble tops of the terraces.
There is also a small corner where you can towel-dry and change the kids’ clothes.
Waterway Point, Level 2
83 Punggol Central, Singapore 828761
First published in 2016.