Kids will have a whale of a time at Clementi NorthArc’s Whale Playground and red climbing play structure.
These children’s play areas can be found in front of Blocks 211 and 210C Clementi Avenue 6, just a stone’s throw away from the Bee Hive Playground.
Whale Playground at Clementi NorthArc
The most visually striking play structure at Clementi NorthArc is the Whale Playground. This bright blue playground is in the form of large whale, complete with a pair of googly eyes.
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Kids can have fun inside the whale where the belly houses several hammocks that they can climb up on to chill out.
There are also little ropes for kids to climb on under the whale’s tail and on its sides.
A little mound at the whale’s mouth is where there is a slide. Kids can literally slip out of the whale’s mouth using the slide.
Parents may want to supervise kids if they decide to climb up on top of the whale’s back for an adventure, especially if the structure is wet.
Around the whale playground structure, there are also play panels under its pectoral fins as well as a set of orange sound tubes for kids to pass secret messages back and forth.
A four-way springer, green see-saw and a spin cup complete the play equipment at the Clementi NorthArc Whale Playground.
Red Climbing Net
However, there’s more for kids to explore as a red climbing net structure is close by.
The play structure’s red frame is fitted with netting for children to scramble about on.
They can make use of the cargo net tunnels to get onto the play structure where there are also five little “pockets” that they can pop into.
Want to go for a spin? There are two merry-go-rounds handily close to the climbing net.
Or if in the mood to catch some air, how about bouncing about on one of the embedded trampolines.
That’s not all. A set of swings can also be found between Blocks 211 and 210C.
If you are planning a visit to the Whale Playground at Clementi NorthArc, before to check out the Bee Hive playground too!
Also, did you know there is another park in Singapore where you can walk into a whale too?